No.VanCitySean wrote:i am thinking about master cleanse but i like to know if there is a recommended cleanse
by the vipassna community and if buddist have a special cleanse ?
VanCitySean wrote: i am thinking about master cleanse but i like to know if there is a recommended cleanse
by the vipassna community and if buddist have a special cleanse?
As is said in Hatha Yoga: If the colon is right the mind is right.PeterB wrote:Thankfully the Theravada is free from the kind of psuedo science and body fascism that gives rise to nonsense like the concept of detoxing. Which doesnt mean that all of its adherents have escaped being brainwashed by such notions. Whatever your friend is experiencing VanCitySean you can be fairly sure it has nothing to do with Enlightenment as taught by the Buddha.
jcsuperstar wrote: chakras lined up and spinning!
It uses the Septic System.PeterB wrote:Cacayana "
I don't think that is really contested. What is contested is that a clean colon will lead to deeper insight by virtue of being clean.alan wrote:It's true the OP was kind of silly.
Yoga and rigorous exercise, along with proper nutrition, contribute to a healthier body and a clearer mind.
Don't knock it until you've tried it.
Just don't feed it to pigs.Kenshou wrote:I knew bacon was good, but not that good.
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