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  1. Palladium
    04-06-2014 04:27 PM
    Palladium commented on Women aging with grace
    Excellent point.
  2. Bisclavret
    03-31-2014 04:07 PM
    Bisclavret commented on Frankenstein...
    A fascinating topic of discussion! A personal favourite. Are you well versed in sci-fi literature? I'd be curious to know what first drove in this direction.
  3. BethMit
    03-31-2014 12:48 PM
    BethMit
    Good call. He's more interested in replying with insults and non sequiturs than actual reasoned responses.
  4. BethMit
    03-31-2014 12:27 AM
    BethMit commented on INTJf Rape Culture Poll
    True that.
  5. RBM
    03-29-2014 10:28 PM
    RBM
    I've read for hours and hours of just regular people going to the Void and back. Others trying their darndest to get to the Void. The Monroe Institute has tapes from the 70's that one can listen to 'out of body' experiences which is where one CAN go but has to be THROUGH the Void. And so on ...

    I talk to him the same. And I called him on his jumping like a frog to his assumptions - instead of asking for some clarification.

    Yes, not many things, ALL things, are in the eyes of the beholder, because we ARE Consciousness. And we all are in different places of the journey.

    Yippppppppeeeeee !
  6. RBM
    03-29-2014 01:48 PM
    RBM
    Oh, liking or not isn't what I was getting at. I was addressing his presumptuousness(key ... door). That is all about EGO, and is a particular nut to crack in the M-B INTJ personality category.
  7. RBM
    03-28-2014 05:12 PM
    RBM
    I seem, as this instance as an example, of sloooooooowly pushing my internal doorway to the larger reality open bit by bit.

    So, I guess I'm doing fine ?!

    I was reviewing how many precognitive dreams I've had about work, when it hit me, that the most recent case was while wide awake and I was, for a lack of better description, 'daydreaming', as it were.

    That's what Campbell calls one way to access the larger reality. Einstein was renown for daydreaming, while Tesla had outright visions.

    I'm getting a good laugh from crows appearance on the board. He's like a little kid that just discovered the key to the candy store - and all he's said he's done is little more than opened the door.

    For his sake, maybe he's doing more real life personal work, that he's not revealing ...

    See ya' 'round.
  8. Rex the Red
    03-28-2014 12:20 AM
    Rex the Red commented on Frankenstein...
    I'll send you an audio link on the Nephilim when I find it.
  9. RBM
    03-27-2014 04:48 PM
    RBM commented on Tree Of Life.
    ummm, I had a dream(Deja Vu) of reading this ...
  10. Rex the Red
    03-18-2014 02:23 AM
    Rex the Red
    You too...Coco.
    Oh, btw - can you post to the Incompetent Psycho-Therapist thread?
    I'm attempting to "jump start" it again...thanks.
  11. Rex the Red
    03-17-2014 11:43 PM
    Rex the Red
    Well, that's good you haven't experienced possession. I've met people who are definitely possessed and tormented by entities.
    Yes indeed. I am a believer in God and I have had an interesting journey. At one point, I had a "crisis" in faith and for a period of time was what I'd call a "spiritual agnostic" and practiced Zen for a period of time. What I've learned from my practice of Zen is it's all about "spiritual practice." The Zen Buddhist came up with the idea that if you strip away all of the Buddhas teaching to the core, what was it? In the case of Zen, it's learning to be present by the practice of meditation, just as Siddartha (Buddha) did under the Bodhi tree.
    Today, I am a Christian, but I'd say I practice "religious-less" Christianity. That is, if you strip away the Religious/Political institution of the Church from Christianity, what do you have left? The basic teachings of Christ. Love God and your neighbors. Forgive sins of others around you. Accept Christ as Lord. This is what Bonhoffer (who was later hanged by the Nazi's) taught and believed. Even if the institution of the Christian Church is corrupted, this should NOT corrupt your relationship with God.
    I make my spiritual practice applying and following the basic teachings of Christ.
    What the net effect of "spiritual practice" is you learn to be emotionally calm, then you can become aware of yourself and the world around you. When you "witness" a supernatural event, it's not that it suddenly occurred because of spiritual practice, it is you have become aware that it was happening in the FIRST PLACE. You can find examples of "satori" or "enlightenment" examples everywhere.
    If you want some more info of more specific thing I've experienced PM me.
  12. Rex the Red
    03-17-2014 11:06 PM
    Rex the Red
    When you say household, are you referring to family members or the roommates/so your living with? Myself, "spiritual practice" is what you do to have an spiritual experience. However, not all "spiritual entities" have good intentions.
  13. Rex the Red
    03-17-2014 04:48 PM
    Rex the Red commented on Answer the question
    Sounds like your on a quest or looking for something? How did you get started?
  14. ness2361
    03-15-2014 02:14 PM
    ness2361 commented on Let's Spread Rumors.
    You have this way of making me laugh, barely audible..., and I'd stick my tongue in your cheek but waiting to use that line... ------->>>>>>
  15. SelfInflected
    03-14-2014 11:38 PM
    SelfInflected
    Thanks. It's quite a story. Some people just give up, and others do not matter at that point.
  16. ness2361
    03-12-2014 12:44 AM
    ness2361 commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    I wish you, and some others, could hear me when I laugh 'aloud' because it's appealing--and you did it! I want a really long tongue for this one: ------>>>>>>> Sheesh-Kabobs, let's make some, tomorrow; I'm tired, too. ♥
  17. Haumea
    03-11-2014 01:10 AM
    Haumea
    Yeah, there is a lot to discover. Well said!
  18. ness2361
    03-10-2014 11:23 PM
    ness2361
    I came on my avi suddenly, you know, without thinking, and my gut response was, 'So adorable', and he is awesome... I love watching Foghorn, and listening too, as he instructs 'the boy' on really important stuff while the Egghead (my father called me that, a lot, when I was growing up) just looks up, listening, then WHAM! shoots past him, and Foghorn is too damn stupid to learn... I only liked certain cartoons, and Foghorn Leghorn was one of my favorites. An egghead, indeed :-D
  19. ness2361
    03-10-2014 09:45 PM
    ness2361 commented on Let's Spread Rumors.
    Medusa's nemesis: Damn, I don't want to edit. (Sound of ness stomping away...) :-D
  20. Haumea
    03-09-2014 10:36 AM
    Haumea
    Hiya,

    I'm glad to hear that!

    There are many free resources on the web with which I began my astrology education (like astrology-numerology.com), but ultimately I had to acquire a small library of books to fully satisfy my curiousity.

    There are some books on chart interpretation which "put it all together", but ultimately it's about large structures (like stelliums and t-squares -- or e.g. a splay chart -- if there are any) and overall chart emphasis (like overemphasis or lack of some element.)

    A book I've found indispensable is Dynamics of Aspect Analysis by Bil Tierney. It is quite abstract but really gives you an in-depth understanding of aspects.

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