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Victor Gonzalez speaks of his Satori Moment

chris knight

11-08-2004 09:57:05

Victor speaks of his Satori moment in this aritcle
The Sales Carpenter
By Victor Gonzalez

Excerpt
"Satori,… a moment of enlightenment.

At that very moment, a new mindset was born for building sales. Instead of focusing in on the enormous task of increasing sales for the entire region (the whole roof), I would focus on building the company’s sales slowly (one ceramic tile or sales office at a time)."

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http://www.ezinearticles.com/?The-Sales-Carpenter&id=710
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wizdumb

24-09-2004 10:04:10

oops Sorry, not so much as a Satori moment. But........
a Moksa ( awakening or enlightment is attained when one reaches a level of consciousness where no distinction exists between self and Brahman) moment.

It was a beautiful Sunday morning, September 19, 2004, the weather was perfect, clear and crisp. It was about 930 AM. Sitting by the pool, reading Alan Watts "THIS IS IT", a 7 month old german shepard named Maximus running about, with one of his favorite chew toys, a deflated rubber football( wonder how it got that way).

Reading about "cosmic consciousness", or trying too, but Maximus wants to play, and the way he lets us know is by banging that football against our legs, he is telling us, let's play, now!

All of a sudden there is an awareness of oneness (unity).

The Mennonite church, that is less than 100 yards from the house, has always been there,long before we moved next to it, some 7 years ago. Hearing the congregation driving up in their cars and their voices talking,
as they arrive for service.
The Catholic church across the street, with it's church bells ringing, proclaiming, it's time for mass, has been there too.
Wow, how cool, in the back yard is a deer, calm and gentle, grazing, (Maximus stop !) all happening simultaneously.
"I am that, you are that, this is that and that's all there is"!!!!

The sound of the tree's singing in the background as the breezes of Ivan rush through their leaves and branches. Singing a glorious hymn of oneness.

One can not describe in words a temporal experience, as it relates to self.

I am - LOVE/PEACE (Atman is Brahman)

Thank you, for this site, great work.

wizdumb

24-09-2004 10:05:25

oops Sorry, not so much as a Satori moment. But........
a Moksa ( awakening or enlightment is attained when one reaches a level of consciousness where no distinction exists between self and Brahman) moment.

It was a beautiful Sunday morning, September 19, 2004, the weather was perfect, clear and crisp. It was about 930 AM. Sitting by the pool, reading Alan Watts "THIS IS IT", a 7 month old german shepard named Maximus running about, with one of his favorite chew toys, a deflated rubber football( wonder how it got that way).

Reading about "cosmic consciousness", or trying too, but Maximus wants to play, and the way he lets us know is by banging that football against our legs, he is telling us, let's play, now!

All of a sudden there is an awareness of oneness (unity).

The Mennonite church, that is less than 100 yards from the house, has always been there,long before we moved next to it, some 7 years ago. Hearing the congregation driving up in their cars and their voices talking,
as they arrive for service.
The Catholic church across the street, with it's church bells ringing, proclaiming, it's time for mass, has been there too.
Wow, how cool, in the back yard is a deer, calm and gentle, grazing, (Maximus stop !) all happening simultaneously.
"I am that, you are that, this is that and that's all there is"!!!!

The sound of the tree's singing in the background as the breezes of Ivan rush through their leaves and branches. Singing a glorious hymn of oneness.

One can not describe in words a temporal experience, as it relates to self.

I am - LOVE/PEACE (Atman is Brahman)

Thank you, for this site, great work.

wizdumb

28-09-2004 10:57:24

In response to my own post. Or the post that appeared before this ONE.

KENSHO- literally, "seeing into one's own nature".

The term SATORI, implies a deeper experience

Having a KENSHO or MOKSA experience does not mean we are enlightened. idea

learning the path,YO