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As U Can Hear... tounge

hf
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i like that song tounge
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Did you know some female moles are hermaphrodites.
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This hieroglyph in the Temple of Seti I at Abydos which shows apparent helicopters, and submarines,
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oh

i never knew where in egypt that was /z\

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How about this for example, which I found early this morning propped on the back of this thread.

Thread: Teenage sex slave raped 90 times in one weekend - Welcome to Britain 2013


Briefs comments on said thread so disgusted me I found myself wrestling with desire to seek vengeance...in ways I probably shouldn't.

Eye for and eye type thing.

No one invokes my rage like Brief.
 Quoting: Seer777


Brief always have a certain comment style, sometimes lacking empathy.

I think it is normal to have that feeling of wanting revenge on her behalf.
Wanting to punish those men, but we have to rely on the "justice" of the system, which is better than the eye for an eye spiral of vengeance.

I just can't help thinking, why, what makes people do such things, are they born with those desires and emotions, lacking compassion and empathy, just acting on animalistic instinct like beasts.
 Quoting: Michael_



It was callous disregard and jokes made at this child's experience by Brief, which goes so far beyond my ability to comprehend a Mind which would utter said, I find myself incapable of dealing properly with the emotion it arises in me.

It was Brief I wanted vengeance on.

...
 Quoting: Seer777

ah, well I agree that what he said in that thread was stupid and cruel, and I think it would be ok to throw a punch at him if he said it in real life :p - or maybe just yell at him, violence is so ape.

though I have a feeling that he wouldn't make a comment like that if he was talking about the subject among people, the internet is a sort of safety valve for some people :)
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I do feel the safety valve of hiding behind a keyboard plays a big part in Briefs' comments. If he does have kids someone cared enough for him to allow the deed, lol.

Anytime someone takes advantage of a misfortunate one strikes much anger in me. And yes I have confronted that type of situation with violence in the past. But I digress in such actions. But it sure felt good at the time.

Did the violence change the error of thought, most of the time no.

Recently was reading the writings of this Paul Ferrini dude. I feel there is truth in his teachings and try to tap into the wisdom when confronted with such anger.
_________________________

Paul Ferrini

"In human society there is a right and a wrong. Those who do right are rewarded and those who do wrong are punished. This is how it has always been.

My teaching threatens this basic assumption. At the most superficial level it challenges the idea that wrongs should be punished. In the face of the call for retribution, I have stood and will continue to stand for forgiveness.

At a deeper level my teaching challenges the very idea that someone should be condemned by his behavior. If someone acts wrongly, it is because he thinks thoughts that are false. If he can realize the untruth of his thinking, he can change his behavior. And it is in the interest of society to help him do this. But if punishment is brought, his false ideas will be reinforced, and guilt will be added to them.

You have heard the expression "two wrongs do not make a right." That is the essence of my teaching. All wrongs must be corrected in the right manner. Otherwise correction is attack.

To oppose, seek to overpower or argue with a false idea is to strengthen it. That is the way of violence. My way, on the other hand, is nonviolent. It demonstrates the answer in its approach to the problem. It brings love, not attack, to the ones in pain. Its means are consistent with its ends.

To make wrong is to teach guilt, and perpetuate the belief that pain and suffering are necessary. To make right is to teach love and demonstrate its power to overcome all suffering. To put it simply, you are never right to make wrong, or wrong to make right. To be right, make right.

You cannot love in an unloving way. You can't be right and attack what's wrong. Error must be undone. And since the root of all error is fear, only the undoing of fear will bring correction.

Love is the only response that undoes fear. If you don't believe this, try it. Love any person or situation that evokes fear in you and the fear will disappear. This is true, not so much because love is an antidote to fear, but because fear is "the absence of love." It therefore cannot exist whenever love is present."


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My elderly father lacked empathy much like Brief most of his life. Now he is just a big bundle of love

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I do feel the safety valve of hiding behind a keyboard plays a big part in Briefs' comments. If he does have kids someone cared enough for him to allow the deed, lol.

Anytime someone takes advantage of a misfortunate one strikes much anger in me. And yes I have confronted that type of situation with violence in the past. But I digress in such actions. But it sure felt good at the time.

Did the violence change the error of thought, most of the time no.

Recently was reading the writings of this Paul Ferrini dude. I feel there is truth in his teachings and try to tap into the wisdom when confronted with such anger.
_________________________

Paul Ferrini

"In human society there is a right and a wrong. Those who do right are rewarded and those who do wrong are punished. This is how it has always been.

My teaching threatens this basic assumption. At the most superficial level it challenges the idea that wrongs should be punished. In the face of the call for retribution, I have stood and will continue to stand for forgiveness.

At a deeper level my teaching challenges the very idea that someone should be condemned by his behavior. If someone acts wrongly, it is because he thinks thoughts that are false. If he can realize the untruth of his thinking, he can change his behavior. And it is in the interest of society to help him do this. But if punishment is brought, his false ideas will be reinforced, and guilt will be added to them.

You have heard the expression "two wrongs do not make a right." That is the essence of my teaching. All wrongs must be corrected in the right manner. Otherwise correction is attack.

To oppose, seek to overpower or argue with a false idea is to strengthen it. That is the way of violence. My way, on the other hand, is nonviolent. It demonstrates the answer in its approach to the problem. It brings love, not attack, to the ones in pain. Its means are consistent with its ends.

To make wrong is to teach guilt, and perpetuate the belief that pain and suffering are necessary. To make right is to teach love and demonstrate its power to overcome all suffering. To put it simply, you are never right to make wrong, or wrong to make right. To be right, make right.

You cannot love in an unloving way. You can't be right and attack what's wrong. Error must be undone. And since the root of all error is fear, only the undoing of fear will bring correction.

Love is the only response that undoes fear. If you don't believe this, try it. Love any person or situation that evokes fear in you and the fear will disappear. This is true, not so much because love is an antidote to fear, but because fear is "the absence of love." It therefore cannot exist whenever love is present."


[link to www.youtube.com]

My elderly father lacked empathy much like Brief most of his life. Now he is just a big bundle of love

peace
 Quoting: Cutbait


I think that is beautiful.

And exactly my point. When the anger does flare one is presented a choice.

A choice to react out of Anger, or to react out of Compassion.

Compassion in this regard being the very forgiveness mentioned above...


The meaning behind, Forgive them Father, they know not what they do.


Brief's statements today hit on another thread I commented on a few days ago. I had been wondering to myself the ways society deals with people like this.

And if any culturally implemented 'treatment' really works to alter behavior.

And if not, what to do...

Are you saying you are incapable of dealing with your own aggression, through your own means and are forced to take injections so you don't kill people?

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


basically, yes.
 Quoting: -RazriN-


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interesting,,

stages of development,,

to love all is to forgive all,,

as all,, are at differing stages of development,,


this reality is particular,, within this vibrational density,,


suffering and death,, are only as real,, as this reality chooses,,

all choices echo back,, indeed,,


all here often choose this reality unwittingly,,

perhaps when all choose,, a colour not yet seen,,

all may imaj-in,, a lessor dense reflection,, too dwell within,,


the observor singular/enmasse creates the singular result enmasse,,

all connect and reflect thus,,

much lovew,,
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interesting,,

stages of development,,

to love all is to forgive all,,

as all,, are at differing stages of development,,


this reality is particular,, within this vibrational density,,


suffering and death,, are only as real,, as this reality chooses,,

all choices echo back,, indeed,,


all here often choose this reality unwittingly,,

perhaps when all choose,, a colour not yet seen,,

all may imaj-in,, a lessor dense reflection,, too dwell within,,


the observor singular/enmasse creates the singular result enmasse,,

all connect and reflect thus,,

much lovew,,
 Quoting: nobody 35960777


Why forgive when you can forget. Memory is the pinion.

Why love or hate as that solely colours a constricting experience?. Emotion is the pinion.


As the answer will always be I am.
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as it is you are.
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I do not have actual info, but I have had talks. Things ARE being set up for change, which is kind of cool, because I get stuff from GLP, and now I get stuff from outside GLP as well, that match up.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


please, give us some of what you heard! you are killing me with the teasing!

cheers
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Also, not many notice this, but ET abductions/contact have dropped dramatically. Why?


 Quoting: Septenary Man


So you got sick and lost your magical powers. Does that mean youre gonna change your name? Its kind of overdramatic Nd annoying...
 Quoting: Jk 31236804

It's a bigger world than you have been taught and truth is often stranger than fiction. Most outside channeling, remote viewing, and astral traveling has been closed down. Why would you celebrate someone's distress even if you do not believe in the cause?
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hmm
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hey dion,,

too fore-give is a prior intention,, by a learned wisdom,, of all potential outcomes,, especially when realised within a chosen narrative of an obvious fruitful lateral portent,,


too fore-get,, is simply an after realised,, transgression,,

the former,, preceeds the latter as a construct via wisdom,,

the wisdom is never within "i am",, yet more the quite oppersite transgression,,

"we are",,

we are all loved,, when we love all,,

the perfect circle indeed,,


much love,,
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I know there are those out there who are reluctant to believe any stories of ancient,lost, knowledge. They think all advances in scientific knowledge are progressive, and linear. To them, I would merely point out this paradox:

We are all familiar with a time in our recent history, where we had a great scientific/religious battle over whether it was the sun or the earth that was the center about which we traveled. The great advance was supposedly the realization that it was the sun,and not Earth, that was the center of the solar system. Yet, we have discovered even more ancient stories of a central sun, about which OUR SUN , traveled.

So to get from a point where we even considered some distant star as our center , to a point where we argued over which solar system body is the center of our world, already represents a major backwards step in thinking at some time in the distant past. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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I think that is beautiful.

And exactly my point. When the anger does flare one is presented a choice.

A choice to react out of Anger, or to react out of Compassion.

Compassion in this regard being the very forgiveness mentioned above...


The meaning behind, Forgive them Father, they know not what they do.


Brief's statements today hit on another thread I commented on a few days ago. I had been wondering to myself the ways society deals with people like this.

And if any culturally implemented 'treatment' really works to alter behavior.

And if not, what to do...
 Quoting: Seer777


Alter, yes.

Repair? No.

...

Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.
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Thread: Newly discovered binary brown dwarf solar system!!!! close to Earth!!! 3/11!!!!
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the perfect circle indeed,,


much love,,
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The Earth child's twilight might.

Wings of the soul
In the blink of an eye
The wings of the soul
Clear vision
The wings of the soul

The Bundle of Him
Keeps the heart in balance
The Bundle of Him
Keeps the heart in rhythm
The Bundle of Him

The hymnal played by humming birds flight
The dragonflies sight
The Wing of the soul
The Bundle of Him
Lightnings dance of life


Beyond the complexity of mind and thought
twinkling the eye
Is I
The Bundle of Him
The wings of the soul.


Sun by day
The Bundle of hymn
Moon by night
Shines the wings of the sol
The Earth child's twilight might.

Is I,

Eye
Aye

THE tree of life.

0
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hey dion,,

too fore-give is a prior intention,, by a learned wisdom,, of all potential outcomes,, especially when realised within a chosen narrative of an obvious fruitful lateral portent,,


too fore-get,, is simply an after realised,, transgression,,

the former,, preceeds the latter as a construct via wisdom,,

the wisdom is never within "i am",, yet more the quite oppersite transgression,,

"we are",,

we are all loved,, when we love all,,

the perfect circle indeed,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 35960777


The perfect circle is the neutrality of opposites attracting.

To wax poetix: Fuck intent, It makes for a good hung albatross.

To forget is to be in the moment, slaying demons of bias and improper action that bind to the ego desiring the stroking of dulcet tones.

Atonal Symphonia and discordia or repetition ad absurdem.
The Bull is loosed in the china shop.
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sailing the seas of cheese
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being followed by an albatross was generally considered an omen of good luck.
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wonderful words dion,,

your correct indeed,,



the absurdem is the loosened bull,, within the china shop,,

the intent reveals,, thus,, the bias,,

the china damaged,, reflects always the demon of a broken prideful resolve,,

the circle surrounds both by design,,



much love,,
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Damn, got this wicked headache that's lasting all day long.
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The Blind man, " It's hard to kill a horse with a flute" - " Cord... each moment that passes changes you. You do not... cannot possess even yourself. How can you hope to possess anyone or anything else?"
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I think that is beautiful.

And exactly my point. When the anger does flare one is presented a choice.

A choice to react out of Anger, or to react out of Compassion.

Compassion in this regard being the very forgiveness mentioned above...


The meaning behind, Forgive them Father, they know not what they do.


Brief's statements today hit on another thread I commented on a few days ago. I had been wondering to myself the ways society deals with people like this.

And if any culturally implemented 'treatment' really works to alter behavior.

And if not, what to do...
 Quoting: Seer777


Alter, yes.

Repair? No.

...

Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.

 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


That reminds me of SOMA from A Brave New World.

That book disturbed me, in several ways.


Is there a way for inherent morality to Stand by its own Merit?

Or will, one bad apple spoil the whole bunch remain?
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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I think that is beautiful.

And exactly my point. When the anger does flare one is presented a choice.

A choice to react out of Anger, or to react out of Compassion.

Compassion in this regard being the very forgiveness mentioned above...


The meaning behind, Forgive them Father, they know not what they do.


Brief's statements today hit on another thread I commented on a few days ago. I had been wondering to myself the ways society deals with people like this.

And if any culturally implemented 'treatment' really works to alter behavior.

And if not, what to do...
 Quoting: Seer777


Alter, yes.

Repair? No.

...

Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.

 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


That reminds me of SOMA from A Brave New World.

That book disturbed me, in several ways.


Is there a way for inherent morality to Stand by its own Merit?

Or will, one bad apple spoil the whole bunch remain?
 Quoting: Seer777


hmm

I'm going to think about this for a bit....
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Damn, got this wicked headache that's lasting all day long.
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quake


Busy day...

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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nn aether,, and all,,



meditation,, non-time,,



much love,,
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If you want me to never return, just say it so.

And it will be so.



Those thousands of swine in china, remind me of legion.. as it was cast out.

For the nobody in UK.

Much love,,

Off to sea a pipe about a pied piper.

chuckle

Have a good day everyone.

At some point, i will never return to this forum.
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I think that is beautiful.

And exactly my point. When the anger does flare one is presented a choice.

A choice to react out of Anger, or to react out of Compassion.

Compassion in this regard being the very forgiveness mentioned above...


The meaning behind, Forgive them Father, they know not what they do.


Brief's statements today hit on another thread I commented on a few days ago. I had been wondering to myself the ways society deals with people like this.

And if any culturally implemented 'treatment' really works to alter behavior.

And if not, what to do...
 Quoting: Seer777


Alter, yes.

Repair? No.

...

Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.

 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


That reminds me of SOMA from A Brave New World.

That book disturbed me, in several ways.


Is there a way for inherent morality to Stand by its own Merit?

Or will, one bad apple spoil the whole bunch remain?
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our environment is altering /z\ thus we alter tounge

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nn aether,, and all,,



meditation,, non-time,,



much love,,
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sweet dreams.... wink
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Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.
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That reminds me of SOMA from A Brave New World.

That book disturbed me, in several ways.


Is there a way for inherent morality to Stand by its own Merit?

Or will, one bad apple spoil the whole bunch remain?
 Quoting: Seer777


our environment is altering /z\ thus we alter tounge
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Our Environment is constantly altering.

How we react is Key.

balance3
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check google's homepage logo today
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Only an opiate could do both seamlessly.
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That reminds me of SOMA from A Brave New World.

That book disturbed me, in several ways.


Is there a way for inherent morality to Stand by its own Merit?

Or will, one bad apple spoil the whole bunch remain?
 Quoting: Seer777


our environment is altering /z\ thus we alter tounge
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Our Environment is constantly altering.

How we react is Key.

balance3
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would having no reaction be considered a reaction?
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been lurking for a while.
this is my first thread.

[link to imageshack.us]

i am an artist.
for the past year or so, i have been pursuing a certain visual aesthetic, primarily because it is something i have never seen anywhere in the world outside my head.
i have been doing my best to manifest these images into the world as i recall glimpses over time... i feel as though i am documenting something, rather than creating it... since the event that inspired it, i have become somewhat obsessed with attempting to find out what it is and to pull it into our world.
thus far, the closest things i have seen to it are certain aspects of the works of dr. seuss, max ernst, and jim woodring. woodring is the closest and i only recently learned about him

just today, i read a thread that mentioned the 'Squatting Man' archetype, a simple image drawn by prehistoric man with variations found throughout the world, as though these various cultures had all seen the same image

this immediately reminded me of a current piece i am working on, the most complete thus far... i know it's just a pose, but it seems to fit and i've always felt that this piece represented some sort of universal archetype...

included is a link to the work. let me know what you think and tell me if this image seems to have any relevance to anything.

long story short, i've been on this path since i went under the dome on my first exposure to dimethyltryptamine... that might give you a better idea of where i'm coming from and why i feel this work is important.

thanks

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Thread: 'squatting man' archetype? (ultradimensional art)

we noticed that when a person does something new, all people everywhere do it quicker progressively
and
when new information is understood by one person, all peoples everywhere understand the same information quicker than the first one ever did
this scales up progressively

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