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  1. Mattandsuch
    I like that analogy.
  2. Sk8ordude
    11-14-2015 05:45 PM
    So what if it was your avatar?
  3. Sk8ordude
    11-14-2015 05:26 PM
    I don't recall a dream ever giving me anything I didn't already know.

    Intuition however is something I have learned to go with. A while back I had a theory that perhaps I could train myself to listen better by repeatedly "guessing" the outcome of a flipped coin, some interesting coincidences followed.

    However I want to point out that both of our anecdotes cant rule out that the mind itself doesn't know more than our conscious experience of it, or rather the background programs. In your case you might have previously seen yogurt at the bottom, and you just weren't conscious of it or you forgot about it, but the rest of your mind didn't. In my case, my mind just might be very good at calculating how the coin would land.
  4. SkyBright
    11-14-2015 11:05 AM
    I guess I was considering the parallel of the universe. It doesn't get reincarnated into something else. Why should we? I don't think we do. If you are reborn over and over again, that is recycling, which is not the same as reincarnation, which implies the same entity inhabiting different bodies. Whereas with recycling of energy or information, the entity would be changed to not be "the same entity."
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  6. Bluesea
    11-14-2015 06:52 AM
    Yes, good to see the bigger picture and how each agreement works into a larger strategic plan. To what extent do you feel there is an element of conspiracy theory as well as truth in that presentation ...and to what extent it is just purely a corporate take over strategy as they say ...?
  7. SkyBright
    11-13-2015 02:08 PM
    I've been thinking about this somewhat. Does the "collective unconscious" in your model (I want to call it BS ) get more than one existence? Does it have an end like it has a beginning? Or does it not have a beginning?
  8. Sk8ordude
    11-08-2015 07:54 AM
    I enjoyed it

    I've still had no luck in recognizing the NPMR data though, fortunately there are other benefits in the mean time.
  9. Ghoster
    11-03-2015 03:27 PM
    I suppose that makes sense. It's almost like a more modernly acceptable version, if I dare say it. Lots of people are thrown off by the whole "spiritual" thing. Their bullshit detectors go off because of the modern concept of religion they've been exposed to. But if you switch up the terminology a bit and put it in a way the techie generation can think about without throwing up their defences...

    Not that that's the case for you. I know it's not. I think you're more middle-aged anyways, right? Not really part of the demographic I'm thinking of.
  10. Ghoster
    11-03-2015 03:19 PM
    Ghoster commented on Consciousness
    I do enjoy how much of this simulated universe stuff goes back to Buddhism. Or is it the other way around...
  11. SkyBright
    10-27-2015 07:32 PM
    I understand that aspect. What doesn't make sense is how this life personality made the guy on the boat sneeze so as to not notice they went off course, thereby sending the fishing boat straight for him. Linear time is only a part of the issue. Typically, reincarnation is the idea that the same entity incarnates different bodies. Monroe has a different idea of it.
  12. SkyBright
    10-27-2015 03:13 PM
    He begins video 6 talking about his life personalities, and having five dominant ones that have merged and formed like an executive committee of sorts to send him on to the next human experience. But then he continues into video 7 of the surfing story, where he says one of these life personalities, he communicated with, and figured out how that life personality caused the captain to sneeze or something and sent him towards him to rescue him. At this point, the idea of life personality morphs into a nonphysical entity with which he discoursed. These life personalities would then indeed be also nonphysical entities that can be communicated with. It's rather muddling. On the one hand, its like he is only talking about an accumulation of life experiences and personalities which leave impressions and catalogs for his current life to draw upon, but then it becomes a helper that manipulates other people and things, from a nonphysical form.
  13. Bioplasmoid
    10-27-2015 06:20 AM
    Yes RBM, it sure does. I've had experience of that myself lately. Sometimes there is an element of grace to it though, in a 'christian' sense, a 'universal hologram' sense, or even just a day to day - hidden friends sense. Best not to overanalyse I tell myself. I've had a few drinks tonight. Take care.
  14. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 06:03 PM
    He actually said he was a collection of different he/she's, which are used at different times, he has named them. And talks about them, helping them over his life at different times.
  15. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 03:36 PM
    Do you mean the part where it could be thousands of years to reach escape velocity ?

    I did like the imagery of losing and regaining escape velocity.
  16. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 03:24 PM
    I also just listened to excerpts from conversations with Tolstoy, in which he said that there is no limit to pleasure, there is a limit to need. so I'm sure that is influencing my present attitude as well.
  17. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 03:17 PM
    "The frog as spirit animal or totem reminds us of the transient nature of our lives. As symbol of transition and transformation, this spirit animal supports us in times of change. Strongly associated with the water element, it connects us with the world of emotions and feminine energies, as well as the process of cleansing, whether it’s physical, emotional, or more spiritual or energetic."

    Yeah, it fits for now. When Monroe talked about wanting to come back over and over again as human in order to do this or that, I took away perhaps something unintended. One life is enough. I don't plan on dying feeling like anything is left undone. That requires accepting that there is a lot I will never do, and being satisfied with what I do.
  18. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 03:13 PM
    Lol. I may adopt the frog as an animal totem. Now, I get the reference to "jumping to conclusions." Hahaha I'm feeling foggy today anyway; a little sinus trouble.
  19. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 02:52 PM
    Cloudy Sky sounds better than Foggy Sky.

    I spend time in quiet thought, yes.
  20. SkyBright
    10-26-2015 07:04 AM
    I think Monroe is caught in his own belief system of philosophical dualism. His experiences COULD be explained as:

    1) demon/spirit possession;
    2) organic brain disease such as schizophrenia;
    3) as he has done;
    4) a con;

    Depending on one's philosophical belief system which one has "locked into" any of these theories will make sense. But hearing him say that they are rigorously scientific about it, to claim a scientific authority, without really having it or needing it, makes me think he is indeed locked into his own belief system of philosophical dualism - and not just a few beliefs here or there, but a mentality or way of thinking that permeates every aspect of being.

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    Student of Life, old fart. post alcohol/cancer
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