The Third Eye, The Autobiography of a Tibetan Lama

Finally finished the book, The Third Eye, The Autobiography of a Tibetan Lama.  by T. Lobsang Rampa, Doubleday 1956, Print.  This is a very good book.  A recommended read.

In college I had to read like 50 books outside of classroom books, plus test in order to finish my 4 year degree in 1 year.  I did not get through all the books, but most of them I did.

I set goals and there is a time limit on everything in life.

My goal since I was very young is and was to conquer the mind.  Except when I was young is was more like I just wanted to know everything.  With no teachers and my spirit guides as my teachers I have obtained more knowledge than most and it would be like, a burning desire as some would say.

It is the most magnificent thing, when you walk into a doctors office and the doctor actually could see you from the inside out.  He would just know from many years of extensive training how to treat you.  You walk into a doctors office, no words are spoken, and the doctor would know exactly how to heal you.  The doctor would know how to cure you not treat you.

That is what doctors around the world do, they cure not treat.  So the patient is then cured and does not need to go back to the doctor.  And that is the kind of doctor I will be.