Friday, July 21, 2006

What do you infer when the egg hatches?

The Mother compares it to the transformation of consciousness.

The starting point of this transformation is receptivity. This change of consciousness and its preparation is compared with the formation of chicken in the egg.

Till the very last moment, the egg remains the same. There is no change and it is only when the chick is completely formed, absolutely alive that it itself makes a hole with its little beak and comes out.

Something similar takes place at the moment of change of consciousness. For a long time, you have the impression that nothing is happening, that your consciousness is the same as usual and if you have an intense aspiration, you even feel a resistance.

But hen you are ready within, a last effort and everything opens and you are projected into another consciousness.

Courtesy: Questions and Answers by The Mother

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Aurora is located approximately 45 miles southwest of Chicago.

The City of Aurora is the house for six school districts and covers portions of Kane, DuPage, Kendall and Will counties.

The community colleges for Aurora are the College of DuPage and Waubonsee Community College.

Aurora real estate consists of condominiums, townhomes, single family homes and more.

In the past year Aurora realtors have sold single family properties ranging from $56,100 all the way to $975,000.

The detached housing which includes condos and townhomes range from $52,000 to $578,000.

Aurora is part of the Fox Valley Park District. It covers 47 square miles of land and three different towns including Aurora.

The park district has golf courses, an aquatic center and a few fitness centers, plus much more. Also inside the city, you will find Phillips Park Zoo. It is open daily with free admission.
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