Tír Na NÓg is the mystical otherworld in Irish mythology.
The land of joy & youth can be reached via ancient burial mounds, caves, travelling through mist, going under water, or by crossing the sea for three days on an enchanted boat.
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Q: Osho says, that one cannot do anything by oneself for realisation.
#MotherMeera: It depends on God’s grace and also on your sincere aspiration.
Q: Mother, is it possible to be enlightened without leaving the active world?
MM: Nowadays not even Gurus are going into caves. pic.twitter.com/MXsvsntM68
The Starved is a small, lithe creature that lurks in sewers & caves, where there is an abundance of discarded food or small prey. With dissolving saliva, a climbing speed, & pack tactics, they can prove quite problematic in large groups.
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