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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

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oh
there is discovery in pleasure

lovely tounge
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I decided to download some more of the 'Ancient Aliens' series.

It is one of the few TV shows I can stand to watch

tounge

In fact, I quite like it.

The subject matter is both interesting and deeply comforting to me.
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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

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Energetic bliss would be my answer.

:)


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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

Thanks.
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not to fear cuz you are mice with fake memmory
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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

Thanks.
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not to fear cuz you are mice with fake memmory
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lol

I smell cheese.
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Most use altered state without being fully aware, the singer, the actor, the artist, the writer, the builder, the cook etc...
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hi
I wonder where it comes from.
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we may consider the driving a vehicle analogy
many drivers of vehicles have experienced of driving of suddenly being aware they possess no memory of driving the previous x amount of miles because they were in deep thought about something and driving is a complex task to not notice doing
thus with that /z\ in mind we see we possess the ability to be within 2 states of mind at once and both states respond to outside stimuli accurately, in real time, without causing the other state to stop what it is doing
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Subconsciousafro
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you know what comes up, all our society's have "laws" that state what is possible to be in contact with thus the term "non local conscious" falls under the "laws" of society which states what invisible forces can provide information/emotion/feeling to a person
which means most people have in their frame of mind what all and any sensation they experiences is coming from before they experience anything thus whatever they do experience they have already placed it into a "context" for what it is
thus all thoughts are steered by the society the thought experience is within cos all societies impose the rules for what can give you thought

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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

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Energetic bliss would be my answer.

:)


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active enjoyment!!!

then fear is a personal self endeavor?
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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6933310


Energetic bliss would be my answer.

:)


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active enjoyment!!!

then fear is a personal self endeavor?
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hmm

What I was getting at is a notch or two above 'active enjoyment', but that certainly works as well.

....

Could fear perhaps represent a simple lack of engagement, or perhaps a sudden loss that has us scrambling to find a new thought-train?
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I just found this and received a 'whoa'.

lol.


As I was meditating I attempted to send the scent of a rose. As I find this rather easy to do.

I received a response and thought...well how about irises then?

Purple Irises.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


Perun
In Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.

His other attributes were fire, mountains, the oak, iris, eagle, firmament
(in Indo-European languages, this was joined with the notion of the sky of stone), horses and carts, weapons (the hammer, axe (Axe of Perun), and arrow), and war. He was first associated with weapons made of stone and later with those of metal.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

JupiterandVenus
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that is beautiful talking , pleasurable discovery
is the phrase tounge
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Yes.

I see a lot of reoccurring themes there...

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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There are five main modes of seed dispersal: gravity, wind, ballistic, water and by animals. Some plants are serotinous and only disperse their seeds in response to an environmental stimulus. It can be measured using seed traps.
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On the Perun link it has this pict

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Gromoviti znaci or thunder marks such as these are ancient symbols of Perun, which are often engraved upon roof beams of village houses, particularly in Eastern Slavic populations, to protect them from lightning bolts. It is conjectured their circular shape symbolises ball lightning.

Which is the same as an acorn. The folklore was to place an acorn on the window sill to keep the home from being struck by lightning.
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On the Perun link it has this pict

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Gromoviti znaci or thunder marks such as these are ancient symbols of Perun, which are often engraved upon roof beams of village houses, particularly in Eastern Slavic populations, to protect them from lightning bolts. It is conjectured their circular shape symbolises ball lightning.

Which is the same as an acorn. The folklore was to place an acorn on the window sill to keep the home from being struck by lightning.
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/z\ Wow.

MetatronsCube2
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On the Perun link it has this pict

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Gromoviti znaci or thunder marks such as these are ancient symbols of Perun, which are often engraved upon roof beams of village houses, particularly in Eastern Slavic populations, to protect them from lightning bolts. It is conjectured their circular shape symbolises ball lightning.

Which is the same as an acorn. The folklore was to place an acorn on the window sill to keep the home from being struck by lightning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


/z\ Wow.

MetatronsCube2
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Indeed

eyebrow
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Subcommittee on Space and Subcommittee on Research Joint Hearing - Exoplanet Discoveries: Have We Found Other Earths?
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...


hi
I wonder where it comes from.
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we may consider the driving a vehicle analogy
many drivers of vehicles have experienced of driving of suddenly being aware they possess no memory of driving the previous x amount of miles because they were in deep thought about something and driving is a complex task to not notice doing
thus with that /z\ in mind we see we possess the ability to be within 2 states of mind at once and both states respond to outside stimuli accurately, in real time, without causing the other state to stop what it is doing
 Quoting: aether


Subconsciousafro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


you know what comes up, all our society's have "laws" that state what is possible to be in contact with thus the term "non local conscious" falls under the "laws" of society which states what invisible forces can provide information/emotion/feeling to a person
which means most people have in their frame of mind what all and any sensation they experiences is coming from before they experience anything thus whatever they do experience they have already placed it into a "context" for what it is
thus all thoughts are steered by the society the thought experience is within cos all societies impose the rules for what can give you thought
 Quoting: aether

I remember Cayce saying that everything happens in dream before reality or something like that. Would that bypass laws? Or is there 'dream laws"?
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Hello from the Pennines, lovely warm rain here.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: acuk 44190627


oh, i love the pennine chain , are you sitting on energy right now or what
perfect location for you is the sensation thumbs
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Yes high charge here, at night I have seen a black fire while in altered state, it is coming off others while they sleep here, any ideas what that is?

We walked for hours down the canal opening the locks for boats today was very relaxing and nice.
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What is the fuel? That tells you the nAture of the fire.

If black is all things, potential is aflame.
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07/28/2013 05:21 PM
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Hi....good evening.......quick question if I may?

What is the opposite of fear as an emotion?

Thanks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6933310


I would say, understanding, yet, am unsure if that is even classed as an emotion.


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Thanks aether, for that reply, it makes good sense, to find colour in ones life, is to find life :)


I have to go for a while, inlaws wanna watch a movie with us bbl, seerstar, here is a pic for you my lovely.

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On the Perun link it has this pict

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Gromoviti znaci or thunder marks such as these are ancient symbols of Perun, which are often engraved upon roof beams of village houses, particularly in Eastern Slavic populations, to protect them from lightning bolts. It is conjectured their circular shape symbolises ball lightning.

Which is the same as an acorn. The folklore was to place an acorn on the window sill to keep the home from being struck by lightning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


/z\ Wow.

:MetatronsCube2:
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I brought this up several months back, too lazy to find the page.

These days, it seems I'm living in Peruns pants with the amount of discharge about.
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I just found this and received a 'whoa'.

lol.


As I was meditating I attempted to send the scent of a rose. As I find this rather easy to do.

I received a response and thought...well how about irises then?

Purple Irises.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


Perun
In Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.

His other attributes were fire, mountains, the oak, iris, eagle, firmament
(in Indo-European languages, this was joined with the notion of the sky of stone), horses and carts, weapons (the hammer, axe (Axe of Perun), and arrow), and war. He was first associated with weapons made of stone and later with those of metal.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

JupiterandVenus
 Quoting: Seer777


that is beautiful talking , pleasurable discovery
is the phrase tounge
 Quoting: aether


Yes.

I see a lot of reoccurring themes there...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


it can also be shown that Perun was married to the Sun.

He, however, shared his wife with his enemy Veles, as each night the Sun was thought of as diving behind the horizon and into the underworld, the realm of the dead over which Veles ruled.

Like many other Indo-European thunder gods, Perun's vegetative hypostasis was the oak, especially a particularly distinctive or prominent one.

In Southern Slavic traditions, marked oaks stood on country borders; communities at these positions were visited during village holidays in the late spring and during the summer. Shrines of Perun were located either on top of mountains or hills, or in sacred groves underneath ancient oaks. These were a general place of worship and holding of sacrifices (with a bull, an ox, a ram, and eggs).

In addition to the tree association, Perun had a day association (Thursday) as well as the material association (tin)


duality
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love is the greator emotion,,

indeed,, the wood of the oak,, represents a strength within a form,, of a much latter realised creative responsibility,,

the tenatious convolude within the latin seeded oak,, represents not the root,, nor the balm,,


wisdom is as much genetic,, as it is equal too the oak,,


the forest [persists,,



how wonderful,,


much love,,
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Hello from the Pennines, lovely warm rain here.


[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: acuk 44190627


oh, i love the pennine chain , are you sitting on energy right now or what
perfect location for you is the sensation thumbs
 Quoting: aether


Yes high charge here, at night I have seen a black fire while in altered state, it is coming off others while they sleep here, any ideas what that is?

We walked for hours down the canal opening the locks for boats today was very relaxing and nice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44190627


What is the fuel? That tells you the nAture of the fire.

If black is all things, potential is aflame.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740


Wow big fella, you always blow my mind, missed you guys lots, was working hard before I came here so not had loads of time of late, am about 30 pages behind :(

Now should I bother to read them or just let the info slip in to my system via our interaction :)

laterz gatorz
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the opposite of fear : faith, hope, love, courage and being positively assured that the will of GOD has complete and total supernatural power to do wonders in us.

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Faithful & Truth
Balance & Unity
Freedom & Liberty
by love, by petition, and by reverence, 3 limes:)
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On the Perun link it has this pict

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Gromoviti znaci or thunder marks such as these are ancient symbols of Perun, which are often engraved upon roof beams of village houses, particularly in Eastern Slavic populations, to protect them from lightning bolts. It is conjectured their circular shape symbolises ball lightning.

Which is the same as an acorn. The folklore was to place an acorn on the window sill to keep the home from being struck by lightning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


/z\ Wow.

:MetatronsCube2:
 Quoting: Seer777


I brought this up several months back, too lazy to find the page.

These days, it seems I'm living in Peruns pants with the amount of discharge about.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740

Looks like Esus chopped the tree down?

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Probably with 8 acorns, lol
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nn all,,

much love,,
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oh, i love the pennine chain , are you sitting on energy right now or what
perfect location for you is the sensation thumbs
 Quoting: aether


Yes high charge here, at night I have seen a black fire while in altered state, it is coming off others while they sleep here, any ideas what that is?

We walked for hours down the canal opening the locks for boats today was very relaxing and nice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44190627


What is the fuel? That tells you the nAture of the fire.

If black is all things, potential is aflame.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740


Wow big fella, you always blow my mind, missed you guys lots, was working hard before I came here so not had loads of time of late, am about 30 pages behind :(

Now should I bother to read them or just let the info slip in to my system via our interaction :)

laterz gatorz
 Quoting: acuk 44190627


Cheers, it's good to have time away to let things percolate. Taking some time to glue together the seemingly random into the novelty of tommorrow.
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I just found this and received a 'whoa'.

lol.


As I was meditating I attempted to send the scent of a rose. As I find this rather easy to do.

I received a response and thought...well how about irises then?

Purple Irises.
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]


Perun
In Slavic mythology, Perun is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.

His other attributes were fire, mountains, the oak, iris, eagle, firmament
(in Indo-European languages, this was joined with the notion of the sky of stone), horses and carts, weapons (the hammer, axe (Axe of Perun), and arrow), and war. He was first associated with weapons made of stone and later with those of metal.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

:JupiterandVenus:
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that is beautiful talking , pleasurable discovery
is the phrase tounge
 Quoting: aether


Yes.

I see a lot of reoccurring themes there...

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


it can also be shown that Perun was married to the Sun.

He, however, shared his wife with his enemy Veles, as each night the Sun was thought of as diving behind the horizon and into the underworld, the realm of the dead over which Veles ruled.

Like many other Indo-European thunder gods, Perun's vegetative hypostasis was the oak, especially a particularly distinctive or prominent one.

In Southern Slavic traditions, marked oaks stood on country borders; communities at these positions were visited during village holidays in the late spring and during the summer. Shrines of Perun were located either on top of mountains or hills, or in sacred groves underneath ancient oaks. These were a general place of worship and holding of sacrifices (with a bull, an ox, a ram, and eggs).

In addition to the tree association, Perun had a day association (Thursday) as well as the material association (tin)


:duality:
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The picture of Perun looks like he has a spear. I wonder if it is connected to Lapetus
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nn all,,

much love,,
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hugs

nn.
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nn all,,

much love,,
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Already? Have you recently had a stroke? Or are you gainfully employed with shrubberies and such?
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it can also be shown that Perun was married to the Sun.

He, however, shared his wife with his enemy Veles, as each night the Sun was thought of as diving behind the horizon and into the underworld, the realm of the dead over which Veles ruled.

Like many other Indo-European thunder gods, Perun's vegetative hypostasis was the oak, especially a particularly distinctive or prominent one.

In Southern Slavic traditions, marked oaks stood on country borders; communities at these positions were visited during village holidays in the late spring and during the summer. Shrines of Perun were located either on top of mountains or hills, or in sacred groves underneath ancient oaks. These were a general place of worship and holding of sacrifices (with a bull, an ox, a ram, and eggs).

In addition to the tree association, Perun had a day association (Thursday) as well as the material association (tin)


duality
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Veles

Ancient Slavs viewed their world as a huge tree, with the treetop and branches representing the heavenly abode of gods and the world of mortals, whilst the roots represented the underworld.

And while Perun, seen as a hawk or eagle sitting on a tallest branch of tree, was believed to be ruler of heaven and living world, Veles, seen as a huge serpent coiling around the roots, was ruling the world of dead.

This was actually quite a lovely place, described in folk tales as a green and wet world of grassy plains and eternal spring, where various fantastic creatures dwell and the spirits of deceased watch over Veles' herds of cattle. In more geographical terms, the world of Veles was located, the Slavs believed, "across the sea", and it was there the migrating birds would fly to every winter. In folk tales this land is called Virey or Iriy.

Each year, the god of fertility and vegetation, Jarilo, who also dwelt there during winter, would return from across the sea and bring spring into the world of the living.

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I remember Cayce saying that everything happens in dream before reality or something like that. Would that bypass laws? Or is there 'dream laws"?
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well they are called laws by those that discover/create them and society programs it`self into experiencing the laws are are true by demanding all experiences are caused by the laws

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