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Message Subject The field of HUMAN INTERACTION
Poster Handle Rayrayz
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Two or more people collaborating to create something together with cooperative awareness. They will move back and forth without dominance and submission cues in order to focus their energy on the creation. There's no competition within it, it's temporarily put to the side so they can use each other symbiotically with full disclosure of the energy exchanged... even subconsciously. The communicate as equals if in parallel fields. Just as all the fundamental forces or influences work together, like a organically internally choreographed dance.
 Quoting: Bea Nameless

Awesome post Bea...it really does make me wonder what people could do if they could just get to it already...instead we get hung up on the little stuff...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

I see some getting pissy about egos. We all have one, yet we deny then project ours and then become taken aback when someone else does the same. I don't think ego is "bad", we're not zen masters, we're human, all of us. There needs to me more "I'm ok, you're ok" within us. That's the one model that seems to work best. Not one lording, no one submitting or playing those sides against the other. We all have different approaches, talents and skills to offer that balance and complement others. We're built for cooperation. (And I'm not deriding healthy competition that spurs innovation and new ideas, just the kind that uses force and aggression.)
 Quoting: Bea Nameless

I slightly disagree.

Defending yourself and counter attacking is not a sign of an over inflated ego.

Constantly talking about yourself and how profound your ideas/theories/experiences/dreams are is a much bigger sign of an egotistical blowhard...imo.

don't quote that^^^
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