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Mon Feb 3, 2020, 01:47 AM

Buddhist bodhisattva cat.

There is a story about Ramana Maharshi and a cow that came to his Ashram that was very spiritually developed. After the cow, (named Lakshmi) died Ramana said, when asked, that an animal can attain enlightenment and sometimes even a flower. Although both are very rare. He did not directly say that Lakshmi attained enlightenment but the man telling the story implied that he thought that is what happened with Lakshmi.


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Maraya1969 Feb 2020 OP
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Mon Feb 3, 2020, 04:32 PM

1. Fun!

Zen kitty monk. Eckhart Tolle often refers to animals as excellent teachers and I think we can learn much from them just as they are.

Ah, yes, Lakshmi! MU, MOO, MU!



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