August 4th (MISA Yoga camp commentary 2011)

14:00 – 14:30  Exemplification: Evoking and communion with the great yogi Sri Yukteswar. 
The meditations with characters from the supposedly autobiographical book of Paramahamsa Yogananda are somewhat a tradition in the MISA camps. 
The book itself (this is a link to the MISA version, translated and adapted to the level of understanding of his stupid disciples who wouldn't understand anything not translated in this manner by the master himself from a language he barely speaks. Now that is some sort of paranormal performance right there. And don't ask my why the actual person who's autobiography this is supposed to be and who wrote the book and who has his photograph on the cover of almost every other edition of the book has in the MISA version a painting of a mythological immortal yogi's image on the cover. If you can think like a MISA yogi you know why, I just can't find any normal, rational reason for it) is recommended reading for first year MISA students and is presented the ideal path for a modern yogi with the occasional MISA specific change. 
Never mind that it is also full of fictional events and bs. Reality has absolute no worth to MISA and it's leader Gregorian "omniscient and in communion with god all the time" Bivolaru. 

Presentation of the meditation on the official MISA site

21:00 – 21:30  Exemplification: The state of spontaneous ecstasy that appears in our interior universe through the awareness of the absolute harmony that exists in the entire Macrocosm. 
Or otherwise known as the anthropic principle, that MISA never actually teaches under that name but hints to it in various ways, among them this type of meditations. For why this is utter bullshit see

Spiritual activities
22:00 – 23:30  Again the movie evening.

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