Meeting Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala

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Sep 17, 2007 Meeting Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala

Kokopelli. (Image from website of Los Alamos National Laboratory.)

Last week, in the parking lot of the Whole Foods natural supermarket in my town, I met Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala. I was drawn to greet him after seeing the following on the back of his car: his name, a kokopelli image (shown above), the Om symbol, mention that he does home improvement work, and a North Carolina license plate.

This gentleman was very approachable and optimistic. When I asked about his home improvement services, he gave me a very attractive pamphlet, addressing home improvement as a way to harmonize our surroundings, and including his growing website (no longer operational as of 2014), which is entitled “Essence of Paradise”. Several of his writings are here, most of which I have yet to read.

I do not know enough about Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala to know how much I agree or not with his views and philosophies. I do know that I received very positive vibes from him, that helped recharge my own positive vibes.

Just as I believe in becoming a better trial lawyer from repeatedly being and getting on the road, I similarly believe in the importance of meeting and interacting with inspiring, truly optimistic and harmonious people. Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala seems to be one of them. Jon Katz.

ADDENDUM (December 9, 2014, and updated in my December 21, 2014, blog entry)

Baba-Kundi Ma`at-Shambhala has said: “Is there, or can there be an end to Goddess/God? No, of course not. So if there is no end to Goddess/God and we are all made in Goddess/God’s image and likeness there is no end to us either. If we look to nature we will see that there is a cycle to everything. In nature what we call death appears at one point along the cycle, but the death that we see is only the beginning of New Life, a transformation into a New Form. It is exactly the same with mankind.” (As requested by Baba, credit to Spirit and copyright holder Baba-Kundi Ma’at-Shambhala.)

Bowing, thanking, and praying to Baba-Kundi Ma’at Shambhala. Born Kevin William Naylor on January 9, 1954, Baba left his body on December 1, 2014. Na Mu Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo.

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