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We are Not What We Once Were...and Not Yet Decided What We are...but We are Remembering

 
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
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The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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I have nothing to prove this point, but it feels as if a separation is occurring between worldviews. I know it feels like this has been occurring, but it seems to be stronger than ever, and continuing to do so. Killing, lying, stealing, etc, is just so unthinkable to some of us. Yet to others, it is life. And others are in the middle, trying to decide which path they will pursue...


I had "experiences" in the year of 1994 that made me know this, too.
In the middle of the night, I bolted from bed and wrote down the word "CATHARSIS", and then forgot all about it until later the next day. Being a dumbo, I actually did not really know what the word even meant, and had to look it up.

This was followed by a year of very strange and amazing events for me... (in 1994, there was little connection available re internet, you know, but I did receive help in the form of mysterious snail-mail letters that arrived daily from strangers)

But anyway, I was made aware that a "split" was happening, a resonance thing with absolutely NOTHING TO FEAR, and alas, No Guilt, as these sad ones would kind of just fade from "reality". And although it feels very sad, we must release them with love and allow them their way. The "unconditional christ love" resonance is actually soooo much stronger and soooo much more powerful, and we all actually do re-member this.
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Mine REALLY ramped up in 2007...everything changed...
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Same here Sickscent, 2007 was when I felt the shift and started pursuing spirituality. What I've found is it's best to stick with your gut and not let all the outside details get to you. It all comes from within. No official doctrine will tell you that.
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Don't try so hard. chuckle Some of us remember specifics, but most of us cannot. And nearly ALL of it, is subjective in nature. The 'remembering' I speak of is almost like a salve for the soul, for the spirit. Having comfort that the grand picture is all a part of us, and we are all a part of it...and that we have gone through more than we can imagine while incarnated here on Earth.

Much of this has to do with getting back in touch with our spiritual selves. Not religious, but spirit. If we do not explore our spiritual side of existence - personally, not through books or lectures - then we will always be cut-off from remembrance...remembering that we are much, much more than what we think we are.
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have also been working on this since we recently spoke and notice I am becoming better again rather quickly with the practice. Though I feel my dreams are still very watered down with media and fear. Still working on clarity and remembering.
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Hopefully all of the type of 'work' you are doing is easier than ever to accomplish now. IMO, that would be part of the acceleration we should be experiencing.
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It has been. I have been working on my readings, as you are familiar, as well as my breathing, sleep, and dreaming. Coming much easier than anticipated. Like a dog in water.
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That is good to hear.
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The "veil" of which you speak, that clouds the awareness of the self, is the mind.

So are you saying that some interstellar energies can kill the mind/ego and reveal the true self? Or is there some other mechanism at work, because I don't think it's possible for anyone to overcome the mind/ego without serious spiritual dedication and hard work.
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I do not think it is a case of either/or. It is a matter of and. I think it is a 'helping hand' to the above.

I go over it in detail in this thread.
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Thanks for this reply. I had a gut feeling that something like this is what would take place. It's great to see a logical series of steps through which it might actually come to fruition.

You are right I think, in that it would offer a sort of "helping hand" by showing people there actually is something beyond the physical body-mind. And then the real work can finally begin.
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The "veil" of which you speak, that clouds the awareness of the self, is the mind.

So are you saying that some interstellar energies can kill the mind/ego and reveal the true self? Or is there some other mechanism at work, because I don't think it's possible for anyone to overcome the mind/ego without serious spiritual dedication and hard work.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185559


I do not think it is a case of either/or. It is a matter of and. I think it is a 'helping hand' to the above.

I go over it in detail in this thread.
 Quoting: SickScent


Thanks for this reply. I had a gut feeling that something like this is what would take place. It's great to see a logical series of steps through which it might actually come to fruition.

You are right I think, in that it would offer a sort of "helping hand" by showing people there actually is something beyond the physical body-mind. And then the real work can finally begin.
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Maybe another good way to think of it, is almost like a catalyst to make the shift.
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1516420


The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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Yeah i get those feelings too, but i can also see that more people are becoming awake. Or at least I'm finding more of them. Also don't take antidepressants or any pharmaceutical drugs for that matter unless its absolutely necessary, but even then. Most of them (like zoloft) just numb the mind into thinking its alright.

Just sit down and smoke a joint or eat some brownies (cannabis yumm), maybe even a couple of shrooms. Meditation will help in any state and maybe even give some inspiration.

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Dear Sickscent,
I always look at your new posts when I come here. Today, well... It is hard to find right words for the feelings that took over when I read your post. Like all pieces started to fall into places, with peace, dignity and greatness. All is uniting in my mind, slowly and peacefully.

Thank you for opening my mind. Thank you for helping us remembering.

With a lot of love,
Tina


Idem... luv
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These next words relate directly to the concepts presented in my original post and are sparked from your replies...

What is very cool, and is unrecognized because it is so difficult to properly understand, is this...

...be at peace...be in love...and be patient...

...you do not know it yet...but we have all the time in the world to get things right...
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Needed to hear this- Thanks hf
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1516420


The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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Yeah i get those feelings too, but i can also see that more people are becoming awake. Or at least I'm finding more of them. Also don't take antidepressants or any pharmaceutical drugs for that matter unless its absolutely necessary, but even then. Most of them (like zoloft) just numb the mind into thinking its alright.

Just sit down and smoke a joint or eat some brownies (cannabis yumm), maybe even a couple of shrooms. Meditation will help in any state and maybe even give some inspiration.
 Quoting: PoachedTomatoes


Agreed, marijuana with the right intention can certainly heighten consciousness and facilitate inner peace. It can often times be a temporary fix though. Still, the inspiration remains and isn't forgotten if your intentions are in the right place. It reminds me of the movie Limitless, on a smaller scale.
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Hah! FU EQ threads!
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
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The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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+1,000 to this!
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1516420


The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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+1,000 to this!
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The "veil" of which you speak, that clouds the awareness of the self, is the mind.

So are you saying that some interstellar energies can kill the mind/ego and reveal the true self? Or is there some other mechanism at work, because I don't think it's possible for anyone to overcome the mind/ego without serious spiritual dedication and hard work.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185559


I do not think it is a case of either/or. It is a matter of and. I think it is a 'helping hand' to the above.

I go over it in detail in this thread.
 Quoting: SickScent


Thanks for this reply. I had a gut feeling that something like this is what would take place. It's great to see a logical series of steps through which it might actually come to fruition.

You are right I think, in that it would offer a sort of "helping hand" by showing people there actually is something beyond the physical body-mind. And then the real work can finally begin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185559


Maybe another good way to think of it, is almost like a catalyst to make the shift.
 Quoting: SickScent


I watched The Matrix last night for the first time in many years. I must have paused it a hundred times. Great symbology and witty dialog in that movie.
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I do not think it is a case of either/or. It is a matter of and. I think it is a 'helping hand' to the above.

I go over it in detail in this thread.
 Quoting: SickScent


Thanks for this reply. I had a gut feeling that something like this is what would take place. It's great to see a logical series of steps through which it might actually come to fruition.

You are right I think, in that it would offer a sort of "helping hand" by showing people there actually is something beyond the physical body-mind. And then the real work can finally begin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185559


Maybe another good way to think of it, is almost like a catalyst to make the shift.
 Quoting: SickScent


I watched The Matrix last night for the first time in many years. I must have paused it a hundred times. Great symbology and witty dialog in that movie.
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I watched it about 2 months ago...same thing.
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Thanks for this reply. I had a gut feeling that something like this is what would take place. It's great to see a logical series of steps through which it might actually come to fruition.

You are right I think, in that it would offer a sort of "helping hand" by showing people there actually is something beyond the physical body-mind. And then the real work can finally begin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1185559


Maybe another good way to think of it, is almost like a catalyst to make the shift.
 Quoting: SickScent


I watched The Matrix last night for the first time in many years. I must have paused it a hundred times. Great symbology and witty dialog in that movie.
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I watched it about 2 months ago...same thing.
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Good thing I have my Iphone, as it allowed me to search and learn much while I watched. I must have turned a two hour movie into a four hour watching.
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Remember
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We were raised on television to believe
that we'd all be millionares, movie gods,
rock stars, but we won't. And we're
starting to figure that out...


Hahaha - Can't help myself!
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applause2 smile_kiss
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It makes me sorrowful...

too_sad
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Aww, 6th Honey, don't be sad. It will all be okay. Really, as you so elloquently put it, "We are starting to Remember" So this time we won't forget. We will BE all that we forgot.

A great fren of mine, just found out she has cancer and will begin Chemo in 3 weeks. This is a quote She sent to me today...and I'm supposed to be comforting her.

" Everything in my life is not fine. But I am fine with everything in my life."


With so much love for you 6th,
AC 1908
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YES. Very much so for the past year and a half. It has been a negative experience for me over the last 2 months though - I don't enjoy movies or TV anymore, only music is still enjoyable. And I find it very hard to connect with others, as they just want to watch movies/TV, drink beers at the pub, etc. It's like no-one else around me seems to be feeling this way, and when I try to express it they look at me like I'm crazy. My doctor sympathises (I think she is 'awake', and brings up some very interesting topics when I go for check-ups), but another doctor I saw recently suggested meds (Zoloft). Definitely don't want to go there, at least not yet. Something tells me to just weather the storm, but I find it increasingly hard when the external world (especially the city) seems so depressing. Music, art books, parks and beaches are my only salvation at the moment.

Any suggestions on what to do to cheer myself up?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1516420


The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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+1,000 to this!
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Beer if proof God loves us. Benjamin Franklin

Burn one and drink a beer, enhance your appreciation for art and philosophy.
The Self-Annointed Golden Elohim; Israel's Foresaken.
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The exact same thing is happening to me. My friends just mock and laugh at me. Embrace it. Feel pity on them, because they are still blinded. The shock for them will be much greater than it is for us.

Do NOT take zoloft or any other anti-depressant. The feelings you have are a good thing. Instead of movies and beer, enlighten yourself with the arts and philosophy. You've been given a gift.
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+1,000 to this!
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Beer if proof God loves us. Benjamin Franklin

Burn one and drink a beer, enhance your appreciation for art and philosophy.
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If Beer is the only reason we can into existence in this reality I would no be suprised. :)
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+1,000 to this!
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 Quoting: SickScent


Beer if proof God loves us. Benjamin Franklin

Burn one and drink a beer, enhance your appreciation for art and philosophy.
 Quoting: HilosPP


If Beer is the only reason we can into existence in this reality I would no be suprised. :)
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Haha, Jesus did pass on the Hyssop when He was being Crucified but I bet there was plenty of Communion after the Resurrection, just my opinion. Seriously though that's hilarious.
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hey sickscent

“My reality is just as valid as your reality” is not universally true."

human self (memory) is maintained within our local environment

our local environment (memory of self) eternally was within an anode glow (golden age) which limited our ability to know anything about the wider universe since we could not see stars.

that environment became as it is now and we are not yet peaceful with our new local environment (memory of self)

we are not what we were and not yet decided what we are

et`s possessing the ability to reach us enjoy the comfort of memory of self within our local environment

it is hoped that humankinds requirement of sense of self is strong enough to desire contact with others whom possess matching sense of self

in anticipation of that hope, focusing humankinds attention on the ingredients of what self contains became important within disclosure
Thread: Spiritual Rapture, Dream States, Creative Insurges - Schumann Resonance and the Natural Frequencies of the Human Brain...and the Incoming (Page 11)

disclosure is awareness of self (memory information)
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My thought patterns on specific concepts that the ancients put forth, that in turn have become constructs of our reality, have changed in the last year.

Imagine, knowing your spirit while being physical, knowing what is beyond physical death, being in communion with not only your past, but others past...being in communion with the universe...no disease, no hunger, no violence, no lies, no distrust in the human condition...rather, everything about your spiritual/physical family of beings is pure...nothing missing...the veil is not only gone, it had yet to even come into existence.

Back then, energies began leaving, and the veil was coming. Some began thinking of what exactly that might entail, though they could not imagine it as it truly would become...because the veil...the forgetting...the separation had yet to make mankind fall into tragedy, trauma...fear. Imagine...fear was not even in their reality...they were connected to everything. It was the Golden Age.

As cycles spin round, spiral in form as the universe decrees, the increased energies that birthed their Golden Age - their own version of the Fluff that they resided in - began falling, spinning away from the solar system into mythology, receding into the aether behind.

We spiritual beings called humans were entering the darkness at the same rate that the Fluff fell away, falling away from knowing the universe, falling far from the comfort of God's communion...A new name took hold...The Fallen. And the process of forgetting our souls began...of being separated from the divine, of the eternal fall from being a conscious spiritual knowing being...to being utterly alone...a massive scarring took place within our collective pysche. During the falling process, when we were in the throes of forgetting what we are, we scrambled to remember what we were losing...Memories carved in stone, raised as monuments...frozen memories defying time. Some held on longer (they had yet to forget, but in their horror, they witnessed others already fallen) but knew that soon we all were going to lose contact with our souls...and so ensued massive trauma, something much worse than death, not only a tragedy to the human condition, but to our divine souls...the horror that was to come...the killing fields that would soak the world through...

They knew that when the Fluff left (the interstellar cloud, though they thought of it differently, of course) we would FORGET...so they wrote to the future...I Ching, 'religious texts', pyramids, secret knowledge, calendars, etc...someday they knew that there would come a day (the universe decrees the spinning of the spiral, after all) when a new Golden Age would surface...and just as our memory once fell away with a receding interstellar cloud, memory would rise once more, like a surging wave, an all encompassing spirit arriving on the cloud of God...

So, in attempts to tell us how to live properly, one with all, without killing/stealing/lying...without fear...they shouted from the past.

But there was a problem...They did not know how far reality would change. When going from one age of darkness, to an age of light, and vice-versa, 'reality' is different...it changes...so confusion and misunderstanding and convolusion reigned as one age living in a fading light, tried to communicate to the coming age of darkness.

But they shouted as loud as they could...on stone, on copper, vellum in sealed vase, in symbols, in writing, books, in visions, in dreams, in myths, in prophecies, on pyramids, on monoliths, in calendars, in the alignment of stars, in maps, tombs, in the very structures of their civilizations...

God, how much louder do they have to be...?

Imagine the fear that must have gripped them when the forgetting began to accomplish all of the above...all for us...for the first time in an eternal spirit's reality, the true unknown lay stretched out in front of them (knowing that they would be us) for thousands and thousands of years...with NO WAY OUT...not because there was no way out, but merely because we forgot there was a way.

We are finally beginning to remember again. We are remembering that we were never left all alone...we are remembering that there has always been a way.

Its been a long time, hasn't it...?
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Good Post! This might sound cheesy to some but I feel like when I took shrooms I connected with the human consciousness that was watching over the world. Silent we all were one, no fear, all love and imagination. I called alot of my friends and told them how much I loved then and how sorry i was for being so selfish and insensitive. It was like the veil came off completely in waves. One minute I was on a couch laughing with my friends and the next minute I was in outerspace falling gracefully thru a beautiful nebula. It wasnt until I started to come down from my trip that I remembered all my insecurities and fears and even then towards the end of my trip I feared staying in limbo between a trip and reality. It was soooo crazy but soooo enlightening.

Whenever you post I feel like alot of what you say resonates to my soul. I am trying to remember. I want to remember. I want everyone to remember.

Peace and love
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Pretty sure Buddha loved mushrooms too.
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I think some things simply help you get you out of the way for a little while, and allows more expansive realization and thought.
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I think some things simply help you get you out of the way for a little while, and allows more expansive realization and thought.
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Tim Leary thought it actually ate away at a thin skin that encased your brain and opened up new neuro pathways.
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Nice post! Enjoyed reading it.
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It makes me sorrowful...

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Aww, 6th Honey, don't be sad. It will all be okay. Really, as you so elloquently put it, "We are starting to Remember" So this time we won't forget. We will BE all that we forgot.

A great fren of mine, just found out she has cancer and will begin Chemo in 3 weeks. This is a quote She sent to me today...and I'm supposed to be comforting her.

" Everything in my life is not fine. But I am fine with everything in my life."


With so much love for you 6th,
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Thank you for your words. This was (in my mind) a while ago. This came from accumulated knowledge and 'vision' so it hit me fairly hard. Cried for two days, unable to express it. I look at this writing now, as a metaphor, or a symbolic story to try and give expression to the un-expressable.

I am sorry for your friend. That is beautiful that she can say those words...but, I am saddened, as I am sure you are, at the suffering one's must go through...Even though we understand that things WILL be fine and are fine in Truth, it is the suffering that must be made to bare though.
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really good post brother....i enjoyed the read...shows why u have the karma u do...not for ratting out copyrights but for thought provoking posts that open our minds....i like it...peace L_O
just don't give a ......
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really good post brother....i enjoyed the read...shows why u have the karma u do...not for ratting out copyrights but for thought provoking posts that open our minds....i like it...peace L_O
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Thanks Lost One.

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For me, the hardest part came when it hit me I was the villain of the piece... But we ALL made that decision, not just me. We teach, we learn and then we forgive. Don't you love the little clues twisting through history? Like little love notes from those who "got it" so when the time came, we'd be ready to act, not react. So our true natures would shine and not the masks we wear here "on stage". Still working on the how... But I always did fly by the seat of my pants, lol. Remember?
"Chaos exists as a pool of possibilities that order draws from and organizes according to creative desire. Some things get tossed down the memory hole only to reemerge later when the need arises. Neither chaos nor order holds a monopoly on creation and destruction, creative or destructive chaos exists as does creative and destructive order." - ME! Yeah, Bea :) snoocherdoodle@gmail.com
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For me, the hardest part came when it hit me I was the villain of the piece... But we ALL made that decision, not just me. We teach, we learn and then we forgive. Don't you love the little clues twisting through history? Like little love notes from those who "got it" so when the time came, we'd be ready to act, not react. So our true natures would shine and not the masks we wear here "on stage". Still working on the how... But I always did fly by the seat of my pants, lol. Remember?
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IMO, that is the fun way to do it!

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