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i just noticed something on the topic happines, people and gaia
there has never been a moment when happines within people upon gaia did never exist
but
there has been times when unhappines within people on gaia never existed
thus happiness is a constant
unhappiness is not a constant
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a truth /z\ tounge
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Evening, sorry about my late reply but I haven't been able to get on to GLP after my last post?

While I love the idea of happiness having always been on Gaia and so being a truth....can you summarize a book by only the definitions within the first chapter?

Chapter 1: all was love and happiness
Chapter 2: confused and concerned
Chapter 3: Fear becomes within one
Chapter 4: turmoil and the separation
Chapter 5: a new unknown calm
Chapter 6: long lost and forgotten
Chapter 7: living for the self
Chapter 8: technology becomes god
Chapter 9: ?

cool2
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good afternoon
how does a book become an analogy for a planet, it`s surface life and it`s environment
easy when you know the history of the planet
has that book been written yet
no
will it be written soon
yes
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good afternoon
how does a book become an analogy for a planet, it`s surface life and it`s environment
easy when you know the history of the planet
has that book been written yet
no
will it be written soon
yes
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Nice.......can I get it on kindle?

Will a movie be made....think it would be a blockbuster.

lol
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good afternoon
how does a book become an analogy for a planet, it`s surface life and it`s environment
easy when you know the history of the planet
has that book been written yet
no
will it be written soon
yes
 Quoting: aether


Nice.......can I get it on kindle?

Will a movie be made....think it would be a blockbuster.

lol
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well funny you should say that cos i found out in the brien video that a year ago "hollywood" were considering supplying the funding to produce a proper evalution over 5 years in return for "hollywood" have the right to use the findings of the evaluation
i think brien has not agreed terms on that and he may never agree terms cos he may not want the single influence (source) of money driving the program but we know our topics have hollywoods attention which i think is good news

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Anyone else having consistent trouble with GLP timing out?

I wasn't able to get on all yesterday morning/afternoon. And seems the same today...
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If one has the courage to leave all regulation to spirit and accepts one's planned path by spirit as a human the notion of sacrifice is redundant

This has absolutely nothing to do with beliefs as they also become redundant, in particular when one is not afraid to jump from belief system to belief system (which requires mastering the arts of detachment/shapeshifting/totems) in order to clean out the filth (energy and thought-forms)

One must also remain true to the human-self to facilitate 100% true honest expression. We are all hypocrites but levels and magnitudes differ greatly. Current life situations that arise, as well as past-life emotional memories/ancestors memories all link together for the formula to align with the great symphony. Self-sabotage sourced by spirit creates negative stimuli for exactly this reason. Just because the human facilitates this does not mean that the human is deliberately inflicting self-harm. No matter how many times the human attempts to surrender and lay down their weapons they will just get more weapons if there is still work to do as regulated by spirit

Having said that, once certain thresholds have been breached the human effectively becomes the scales. Here judgement is falsely labled on the scales when it is simply perception based on merit earned by spirit. Hard thing for many to swallow but it ain't a picnic for the scales either

Therefore, the scales can fire away at will knowing that the wind will blow exactly where need be and hollow points land safely on those with sufficient merit who place themselves or land in the firing line. Those who are protected are obviously protected

The scales also must wait for retirement as regulated by spirit in order to once again live as a human being
 Quoting: X3NOPHON


very nicly said
 Quoting: aether


Not really, I addressed this as memory bias and perturbation of action. As conciousness within encapsulating boundaries matures and fruits it deforms and becomes another container unto itself.

As we well know there is only one uncontained force. All else ebbs and flows as it matures with the yeasts and sugars.

Here we subsist on the rebalancing fulcrum of tidal flow, seeking the first lesson. Silence.

Some have taken the theories of godhead too far.

God has no head. Only false Idols.

Please think on fields and sum.


Why oh lord must I repeat myself.

No answer. ;)
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Hi Dion,

I think the problem is communication (unfortunately myself and others have trouble making sense of what you are saying sometimes. I see your wisdom (sometimes because I've sensed/experienced what you say, etc ) but other times I'm lost) and the fact is this thread is so large that few have read all the pages (nor your other threads) and its difficult finding/reading things on some of these devices.

(I know we all have language barriers and I know I don't make sense sometimes (or perhaps much of the time) to everyone either. So if you don't (or others) understand what I'm trying to convey than please ask.)

Perhaps you can, for the benefit of all, compile your findings in a new thread of yours or expand one of your threads, please? (Please excuse me if you have already as I haven't checked lately.)

Thanks in advance Dion.
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Anyone else having consistent trouble with GLP timing out?

I wasn't able to get on all yesterday morning/afternoon. And seems the same today...
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yes, same for me

good morning
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Anyone else having consistent trouble with GLP timing out?

I wasn't able to get on all yesterday morning/afternoon. And seems the same today...
 Quoting: Seer777


yes, same for me

good morning
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I can get GLP to load for a few minutes, then it will go down again for an hour or longer.

Frustrating.


Seems some aren't having issues. While others are. I wondering if there is a pattern of who can and who can't get on.

hmm
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rofl

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In the meantime I have been watching quite a lot of videos. I found a YouTube station yesterday that while a bit crude, is also funny and creative.

The station is called 'CollegeHumor'.

I think there is a couple thousand of these types of vids.

Entertaining.

[link to www.youtube.com]

tounge
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In the meantime I have been watching quite a lot of videos. I found a YouTube station yesterday that while a bit crude, is also funny and creative.

The station is called 'CollegeHumor'.

I think there is a couple thousand of these types of vids.

Entertaining.

[link to www.youtube.com]

tounge
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rofl thumbs
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In the meantime I have been watching quite a lot of videos. I found a YouTube station yesterday that while a bit crude, is also funny and creative.

The station is called 'CollegeHumor'.

I think there is a couple thousand of these types of vids.

Entertaining.

[link to www.youtube.com]

tounge
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rofl thumbs
 Quoting: aether


They vary in subject.

And are well done to my senses.


Where is the line?


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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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In the meantime I have been watching quite a lot of videos. I found a YouTube station yesterday that while a bit crude, is also funny and creative.

The station is called 'CollegeHumor'.

I think there is a couple thousand of these types of vids.

Entertaining.

[link to www.youtube.com]

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


rofl thumbs
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notice his /z\ mona lisa drawing , briliant
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They vary in subject.

And are well done to my senses.


Where is the line?


[link to www.youtube.com]
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the best yet /z\

had to see a child psychologist for many years
i can see that
is there an ancient script by anyone anywhere that talks about children and their welfare in a manner that seems true
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notice his /z\ mona lisa drawing , briliant
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I did. :)

I thought it interesting he drew cubes. The margins of all my college notebooks were filled with stars and pyramids.

I find that interesting when I look back over it now.
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notice his /z\ mona lisa drawing , briliant
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I did. :)

I thought it interesting he drew cubes. The margins of all my college notebooks were filled with stars and pyramids.

I find that interesting when I look back over it now.
 Quoting: Seer777


i only drew space craft in simple lines and i remember the satisfaction unfettered travel each time i drew one

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notice his /z\ mona lisa drawing , briliant
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I did. :)

I thought it interesting he drew cubes. The margins of all my college notebooks were filled with stars and pyramids.

I find that interesting when I look back over it now.
 Quoting: Seer777


i only drew space craft in simple lines and i remembr the satisfaction unfettered travel each time i drew one
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I often found myself less than engaged while sitting in class. So I would doodle to pass the time.

Trees were another favorite.
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notice his /z\ mona lisa drawing , briliant
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I did. :)

I thought it interesting he drew cubes. The margins of all my college notebooks were filled with stars and pyramids.

I find that interesting when I look back over it now.
 Quoting: Seer777


i only drew space craft in simple lines and i remembr the satisfaction unfettered travel each time i drew one
 Quoting: aether


I often found myself less than engaged while sitting in class. So I would doodle to pass the time.

Trees were another favorite.
 Quoting: Seer777


that become a favorite of mine from aged 12 onwards
same tree, same winding road, same hill, same grass, always the same scene

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They vary in subject.

And are well done to my senses.


Where is the line?


[link to www.youtube.com]
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lmao
that was pretty funny :D
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They vary in subject.

And are well done to my senses.


Where is the line?


[link to www.youtube.com]
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lmao
that was pretty funny :D
 Quoting: Michael_


There is a ton of them. And they are all unique in their own way.


[link to www.youtube.com]

rofl
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haha yeah they are pretty great :D
this is for all the trolls on GLP I think :p
nm, found a power ranger one, that is funnier



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If one has the courage to leave all regulation to spirit and accepts one's planned path by spirit as a human the notion of sacrifice is redundant

This has absolutely nothing to do with beliefs as they also become redundant, in particular when one is not afraid to jump from belief system to belief system (which requires mastering the arts of detachment/shapeshifting/totems) in order to clean out the filth (energy and thought-forms)

One must also remain true to the human-self to facilitate 100% true honest expression. We are all hypocrites but levels and magnitudes differ greatly. Current life situations that arise, as well as past-life emotional memories/ancestors memories all link together for the formula to align with the great symphony. Self-sabotage sourced by spirit creates negative stimuli for exactly this reason. Just because the human facilitates this does not mean that the human is deliberately inflicting self-harm. No matter how many times the human attempts to surrender and lay down their weapons they will just get more weapons if there is still work to do as regulated by spirit

Having said that, once certain thresholds have been breached the human effectively becomes the scales. Here judgement is falsely labled on the scales when it is simply perception based on merit earned by spirit. Hard thing for many to swallow but it ain't a picnic for the scales either

Therefore, the scales can fire away at will knowing that the wind will blow exactly where need be and hollow points land safely on those with sufficient merit who place themselves or land in the firing line. Those who are protected are obviously protected

The scales also must wait for retirement as regulated by spirit in order to once again live as a human being
 Quoting: X3NOPHON


very nicly said
 Quoting: aether


Not really, I addressed this as memory bias and perturbation of action. As conciousness within encapsulating boundaries matures and fruits it deforms and becomes another container unto itself.

As we well know there is only one uncontained force. All else ebbs and flows as it matures with the yeasts and sugars.

Here we subsist on the rebalancing fulcrum of tidal flow, seeking the first lesson. Silence.

Some have taken the theories of godhead too far.

God has no head. Only false Idols.

Please think on fields and sum.


Why oh lord must I repeat myself.

No answer. ;)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39812740

Hi Dion,

I think the problem is communication (unfortunately myself and others have trouble making sense of what you are saying sometimes. I see your wisdom (sometimes because I've sensed/experienced what you say, etc ) but other times I'm lost) and the fact is this thread is so large that few have read all the pages (nor your other threads) and its difficult finding/reading things on some of these devices.

(I know we all have language barriers and I know I don't make sense sometimes (or perhaps much of the time) to everyone either. So if you don't (or others) understand what I'm trying to convey than please ask.)

Perhaps you can, for the benefit of all, compile your findings in a new thread of yours or expand one of your threads, please? (Please excuse me if you have already as I haven't checked lately.)

Thanks in advance Dion.
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Simple, All permanent memory is reflexively drawn from ones relation to the world(that about you). All temporary memory is drawn from that which we would typify as thought.

Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. They become recorded within motion and it's effects.

Cheers
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Actions are distilled choice.
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There is a ton of them. And they are all unique in their own way.


[link to www.youtube.com]

rofl
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i don`t give a shit i`ve got google maps thumbs
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Simple, All permanent memory is reflexively drawn from ones relation to the world(that about you). All temporary memory is drawn from that which we would typify as thought.

Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. They become recorded within motion and it's effects.

Cheers
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so permeanent memory is belief built upon experience thus far and tempory memory is your reaction to the next stimulus you recieve from all that has stimulated you thus far

if that is correect /z\

"Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. "


where does that /z\ fit and where is the other point

"They become recorded within motion and it's effects."

recorded /z\ in your permanant memory

yes

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Simple, All permanent memory is reflexively drawn from ones relation to the world(that about you). All temporary memory is drawn from that which we would typify as thought.

Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. They become recorded within motion and it's effects.

Cheers
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so permeanent memory is belief built upon experience thus far and tempory memory is your reaction to the next stimulus you recieve from all that has stimulated you thus far

if that is correect /z\

"Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. "


where does that /z\ fit and where is the other point

"They become recorded within motion and it's effects."

recorded /z\ in your permanant memory

yes
 Quoting: aether


Not yours, not mine. Ises, or would that be Is's or Isses.

Dependent on relational action, velocity or directional movement in accordance with what is there.

Cheers
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Simple, All permanent memory is reflexively drawn from ones relation to the world(that about you). All temporary memory is drawn from that which we would typify as thought.

Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. They become recorded within motion and it's effects.

Cheers
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so permeanent memory is belief built upon experience thus far and tempory memory is your reaction to the next stimulus you recieve from all that has stimulated you thus far

if that is correect /z\

"Ones actions become the memory to be drawn at another point. "


where does that /z\ fit and where is the other point

"They become recorded within motion and it's effects."

recorded /z\ in your permanant memory

yes
 Quoting: aether


Not yours, not mine. Ises, or would that be Is's or Isses.

Dependent on relational action, velocity or directional movement in accordance with what is there.

Cheers
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The relation of course materializing the relationship within form.

Leading to deformation as form bleeds to form.

Momentary transition.

Watch it blossom out of itself only to enfold that which has 'related' to.

I'm out......meet the teacher night.

At least this way they know where little El gets it from.

Cheers
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Not yours, not mine. Ises, or would that be Is's or Isses.

Dependent on relational action, velocity or directional movement in accordance with what is there.

Cheers
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The relation of course materializing the relationship within form.

Leading to deformation as form bleeds to form.

Momentary transition.

Watch it blossom out of itself only to enfold that which has 'related' to.

I'm out......meet the teacher night.

At least this way they know where little El gets it from.

Cheers
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our uniquie relationship with all that is not us (isis/indra/etc etc) is remembered by isis thus their next stimuls to us is formed from their memory of us to the moment of that stimulas
and
their motive expressed within that stimulus will be their feeling of where we are within their motive of knowing us and their involving us within their motive

have a lovley teachers night tounge

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Isis

Isis original Egyptian pronunciation more likely "Aset" or "Iset") is a goddess in Ancient Egyptian religious beliefs, whose worship spread throughout the Greco-Roman world. She was worshipped as the ideal mother and wife as well as the patroness of nature and magic. She was the friend of slaves, sinners, artisans, the downtrodden, but she also listened to the prayers of the wealthy, maidens, aristocrats, and rulers
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