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That is because you didn't have to do the work to separate it from Self. What is repulsion?

If say, you decided to 'stop eating meat' without said aversion, you would be fighting yourself to remain free from said. Every time you saw a commercial, ad, or passed said n the grocery store.


Much 'mental chatter' goes on when one is attempting to forcefully break a habit. Disdain is part of it.


Seemingly necessary.

How do smokers quit? By convincing themselves the immediate benefit, is not worth the potential long-term side effects. How does one do said? By making the 'habit' the enemy. If you will.

It's a balancing of will and desire.
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yes , i see that, what works for me when i want to stop nicotine smoking is i smoke weed only without tobacco for about 10 days then notice i never notice i am not smoking nicotine tounge
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I quit cigs for 2 years in 2009 for the simple reason that I wanted to quit, just went cold turkey and it was very easy. I started again for the simple reason that I wanted to. Mastering the senses based on sensual desire/greed/material attachments is also something I had learned from a young age and found very easy. Mastering desire from the spiritual heart is something I will never want to do. There is desire and then there is desire. Fun and joy from the heart is something else again
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i agree
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Yes.

Much of the 'emotion' comes from others looking on, in said occurrence.

Meat eaters may form the same disdain toward you, which one forms around 'meat eating'.

Does that make sense?


Accommodating behavior by friends and family is often begrudged and flavored with a scent of their perceived 'snobbishness' of you and your 'beliefs'.

Most likely due the belief that a vegetarian looks down on 'meat eaters'. Which I can say in my case, is not the case.

However, I do think 'mindless eating' is a real issue.

Mindful eating is being much more popular and generally embraced.
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well, thus far my "change" has not been seen by others so how i am thought of in the company of others eating i have yet to experience
thinking about it my general self imposed withdrawal from social events fits quite well cos i do not have to eat in the company of others ever if i do not want to cos i have no shared eating habits with another person

useful tounge
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I received a lot of 'raised eyebrows' from both my peer group and my family due the sudden 'change'..

For the first a couple months I would gag if I even smelled meat cooking. Almost all 'food' for that matter.



The 'change' was sudden and came without warning.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Yes.

Much of the 'emotion' comes from others looking on, in said occurrence.

Meat eaters may form the same disdain toward you, which one forms around 'meat eating'.

Does that make sense?


Accommodating behavior by friends and family is often begrudged and flavored with a scent of their perceived 'snobbishness' of you and your 'beliefs'.

Most likely due the belief that a vegetarian looks down on 'meat eaters'. Which I can say in my case, is not the case.

However, I do think 'mindless eating' is a real issue.

Mindful eating is being much more popular and generally embraced.
 Quoting: Seer777


well, thus far my "change" has not been seen by others so how i am thought of in the company of others eating i have yet to experience
thinking about it my general self imposed withdrawal from social events fits quite well cos i do not have to eat in the company of others ever if i do not want to cos i have no shared eating habits with another person

useful tounge
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I received a lot of 'raised eyebrows' from both my peer group and my family due the sudden 'change'..

For the first a couple months I would gag if I even smelled meat cooking. Almost all 'food' for that matter.



The 'change' was sudden and came without warning.
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yes as i noticed that about myself as i wrote that /z\, i saw two things
me in the company of meat eaters , which was yuck
me in the company of non meat eaters, which was lovley cos the sensation of the food was lovley to my senses
thus i know this day my change of eating style dictates my association with other people
and i like it so tounge

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Yes.

Much of the 'emotion' comes from others looking on, in said occurrence.

Meat eaters may form the same disdain toward you, which one forms around 'meat eating'.

Does that make sense?


Accommodating behavior by friends and family is often begrudged and flavored with a scent of their perceived 'snobbishness' of you and your 'beliefs'.

Most likely due the belief that a vegetarian looks down on 'meat eaters'. Which I can say in my case, is not the case.

However, I do think 'mindless eating' is a real issue.

Mindful eating is being much more popular and generally embraced.
 Quoting: Seer777


well, thus far my "change" has not been seen by others so how i am thought of in the company of others eating i have yet to experience
thinking about it my general self imposed withdrawal from social events fits quite well cos i do not have to eat in the company of others ever if i do not want to cos i have no shared eating habits with another person

useful tounge
 Quoting: aether


I received a lot of 'raised eyebrows' from both my peer group and my family due the sudden 'change'..

For the first a couple months I would gag if I even smelled meat cooking. Almost all 'food' for that matter.



The 'change' was sudden and came without warning.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes as i noticed that about myself as i wrote that /z\, i saw two things
me in the company of meat eaters , which was yuck
me in the company of non meat eaters, which was lovley cos the sensation of the food was lovley to my senses
thus i know this day my change of eating style dictates my association with other people
and i like it so tounge
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People eat meat. That is just the way it is. I have no issue watching people eat meat, unless it is Mindlessly.


For example, I watched the newer movie version of Star Trek last night, and I realized something.

I remember as a child always praying over (being thankful for) the food which I was provided and about to consume. A gift of sustenance.

Which it seems, is now often regarded as a 'given' and no longer is food seen as something to be routinely thankful for.


Unless you don't have it.

And then, the volume gets turn down on everything else. I have often wondered how I would fair in a post-apocalyptic world, with little food...

harvesttime

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People eat meat. That is just the way it is. I have no issue watching people eat meat, unless it is Mindlessly.


For example, I watched the newer movie version of Star Trek last night, and I realized something.

I remember as a child always praying over (being thankful for) the food which I was provided and about to consume. A gift of sustenance.

Which it seems, is now often regarded as a 'given' and no longer is food seen as something to be routinely thankful for.


Unless you don't have it.

And then, the volume gets turn down on everything else. I have often wondered how I would fair in a post-apocalyptic world, with little food...

harvesttime
 Quoting: Seer777


yes i see your point, it was the sudden smell of meat preperation i experienced talking to you that propmted me to say that, likly watching others eat meat will not effect me at all but the cooking of it would

yes , how we came to eat meat is likley cos it was the food that worked for us at the time and now we can change to non meat, we will
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People eat meat. That is just the way it is. I have no issue watching people eat meat, unless it is Mindlessly.


For example, I watched the newer movie version of Star Trek last night, and I realized something.

I remember as a child always praying over (being thankful for) the food which I was provided and about to consume. A gift of sustenance.

Which it seems, is now often regarded as a 'given' and no longer is food seen as something to be routinely thankful for.


Unless you don't have it.

And then, the volume gets turn down on everything else. I have often wondered how I would fair in a post-apocalyptic world, with little food...

harvesttime
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yes i see your point, it was the sudden smell of meat preperation i experienced talking to you that propmted me to say that, likly watching others eat meat will not effect me at all but the cooking of it would

yes , how we came to eat meat is likley cos it was the food that worked for us at the time and now we can change to non meat, we will
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We came to 'eat meat' to survive in a semi-hostile environment. Just as all the other carnivorous/omnivorous of the animal kingdom.


One must consume life to live.

Even plants, trees and grasses are alive. As we all know.


However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating? :)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating?
:)
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Feels like this...


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What does it mean, then.... when humans lose their appetites, even when food is all around?

hmm
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For me personally...

It was a sudden understanding of what 'food' actually IS...

AppleRose



I know WHY Buddha boy could just 'sit there'. I would have as well.


If I was afforded the opportunity, without constant 'outside' disturbance...

Duality2
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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Just found this and thought I would share...


Thread: The Little Buddha Boy Emerged Last Year As A Man
[link to paldendorje.com]

Dharma speech given on March 21, 2012



Maha Sambodhi Guru Dharma Sangha


Namo Bodhi Shravan Guru Sanghaya
Namo Maitri Sarva Dharma Sanghaya


Having followed the path of the true Dharma in search of purest path, I am giving the eternal message at the world Peace Maitri Puja, lovingly benefitting all the Dharma loving followers for the liberation from the suffering and pain of all sentient beings by the form of the GuruMarga GuruPath- Bodhi Shravan Dharma Sangha which was established having arrived on earth 35 thousand years ago according to the Maitri Calander.

Just as a flower without obstacle freely offers its beauty and fragrance to the whole universe proves itself to be, so should humans eliminate from their lives attachment, anger, greed, desire, pride, murder, violence, and other defilements; for unless one cultivates the true Dharma's precepts, the fragrant flower cannot blossom.

Since I have submitted to extreme penance and practices for the path of true freedom and emancipation for the world from May 17, 2005 until May 17, 2011; without deviation even for a single moment, I have been fully devoted to the Maitreya Meditation with complete determination, the GuruMarga (Guru Path) that has landed is Bodhi Shravan Dharma Sangha. Bodhi Shravan means the true aim to be a realized guru.

Having recognized the substance of the entire existence or having the power of all knowledge and the words of Dharma Sangha addresses all Gurus of this world and other worlds. Bodhi Shravan Dharma Sangha in other words all the Gurus having followed the path of Enlightenment from the Gurus of the Path and GuruMarga or having received the wisdom has been named Bodhi Shravan Dharma Sangha


[link to paldendorje.com]
 Quoting: Shirley Partridge


Remember Buddha Boy?

I wonder where he is now.


[link to www.youtube.com]

Seashell
 Quoting: Seer777


Wow this documentary was great. Went into a lot of things...

Amazing.


Including EXTREME fasting, as well as Tummo.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I am wondering if this could be the cause of the sudden 'hot hand phenomena'.

I also found it interesting how the monk would not discuss how it is done.

lol.


I wonder...
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rainbowserpentme

:)
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People eat meat. That is just the way it is. I have no issue watching people eat meat, unless it is Mindlessly.


For example, I watched the newer movie version of Star Trek last night, and I realized something.

I remember as a child always praying over (being thankful for) the food which I was provided and about to consume. A gift of sustenance.

Which it seems, is now often regarded as a 'given' and no longer is food seen as something to be routinely thankful for.


Unless you don't have it.

And then, the volume gets turn down on everything else. I have often wondered how I would fair in a post-apocalyptic world, with little food...

:harvesttime:
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yes i see your point, it was the sudden smell of meat preperation i experienced talking to you that propmted me to say that, likly watching others eat meat will not effect me at all but the cooking of it would

yes , how we came to eat meat is likley cos it was the food that worked for us at the time and now we can change to non meat, we will
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We came to 'eat meat' to survive in a semi-hostile environment. Just as all the other carnivorous/omnivorous of the animal kingdom.


One must consume life to live.

Even plants, trees and grasses are alive. As we all know.


However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating? :)
 Quoting: Seer777


This is making me smile for which I thank you both, especially the bolded indigo.

Next is the understanding that water is the memory between humans and Gaia.

hf
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We came to 'eat meat' to survive in a semi-hostile environment. Just as all the other carnivorous/omnivorous of the animal kingdom.


One must consume life to live.

Even plants, trees and grasses are alive. As we all know.


However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating? :)
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well buddha boy seems an exercise in financial reward in a culture where meditation is one of the tools traditionaly utilized to manapulate local belief into servitude

can people our shape not eat material , why would we not, the line between conscious matter that is offended becoming transmuted (eaten) and conscious matter that is not offended is a topic we have not got to yet tounge

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We came to 'eat meat' to survive in a semi-hostile environment. Just as all the other carnivorous/omnivorous of the animal kingdom.


One must consume life to live.

Even plants, trees and grasses are alive. As we all know.


However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating? :)
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well buddha boy seems an exercise in financial reward
in a culture where meditation is one of the tools traditionaly utilized to manapulate local belief into servitude

can people our shape not eat material , why would we not, the line between conscious matter that is offended becoming transmuted (eaten) and conscious matter that is not offended is a topic we have not got to yet tounge
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I disagree completely.

What was 'created around him' was not his doing. His intention remained pure. IMO.


Go sit on packed dirt for any length of time, and you find pain quite shortly...crippling pain after several hours.

Imagine days, weeks...
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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can people our shape not eat material , why would we not, the line between conscious matter that is offended becoming transmuted (eaten) and conscious matter that is not offended is a topic we have not got to yet tounge
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In February 1966, he attached polygraph electrodes to a Dracaena cane plant, to measure at first the time taken for water to reach the leaves. The electrodes are used to measure galvanic skin response and the plant showed readings which resembled that of a human. This made Backster try different scenarios, and claimed that the readings went off the chart when he burnt the leaf, because he claimed that the plant registered a stress response to his thoughts of harming it. He conducted another similar experiment where he observed a plant's response to the death of a brine shrimp in another room; his results convinced him that plants demonstrated telepathic awareness. He argued that plants perceived human intentions, and as he began to investigate further, he also reported finding that other human thoughts and emotions caused reactions in plants, that could be recorded by a polygraph instrument. He termed the plants' sensitivity to thoughts "primary perception", and published his findings from the experiments in the International Journal of Parapsychology in 1968. After 1973, he further experimented on yoghurt bacteria, eggs and human sperm and he claimed his results showed "primary perception" could be measured in all living things.
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[link to www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk]

The newspaper reported: "He doesn't juggle. He doesn't twist balloons into animal shapes. He just stares."
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.
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We came to 'eat meat' to survive in a semi-hostile environment. Just as all the other carnivorous/omnivorous of the animal kingdom.


One must consume life to live.

Even plants, trees and grasses are alive. As we all know.


However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating? :)
 Quoting: Seer777


well buddha boy seems an exercise in financial reward
in a culture where meditation is one of the tools traditionaly utilized to manapulate local belief into servitude

can people our shape not eat material , why would we not, the line between conscious matter that is offended becoming transmuted (eaten) and conscious matter that is not offended is a topic we have not got to yet tounge
 Quoting: aether


I disagree completely.

What was 'created around him' was not his doing. His intention remained pure. IMO.


Go sit on packed dirt for any length of time, and you find pain quite shortly...crippling pain after several hours.

Imagine days, weeks...
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i know, i have met some of them, i met a man who kept his right arm upright for 40 years, when i met him, for bramha
his arm was petrified solid, like oak

i also met children whos parents had placed insects into hollow walnut shells over their eyes thus they become blind and would legaly beg
next to the man with the arm for bramha
that is where it had got them 20 years ago

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Well...we will have to agree to disagree on that. I do not see how the two relate.

Purposely blinding children to become beggars, is horrifying to my sense and in comparison of one meditating under a tree.


Buddha Boy just sat there. 'Taking' nothing.
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Well...we will have to agree to disagree on that. I do not see how the two relate.

Purposely blinding children to become beggars, is horrifying to my sense and in comparison of one meditating under a tree.


Buddha Boy just sat there. 'Taking' nothing.
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did he
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Well...we will have to agree to disagree on that. I do not see how the two relate.

Purposely blinding children to become beggars, is horrifying to my sense and in comparison of one meditating under a tree.


Buddha Boy just sat there. 'Taking' nothing.
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did he
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Watch the video. They have a camera trained on him. Watch how little he moves. The human body is not structured to sit still for long periods. That is why we are always moving.

Also, there is a bit about another man on the same vid, who went under 'locked in' 24hr clinical observation for a month.
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Well...we will have to agree to disagree on that. I do not see how the two relate.

Purposely blinding children to become beggars, is horrifying to my sense and in comparison of one meditating under a tree.


Buddha Boy just sat there. 'Taking' nothing.
 Quoting: Seer777


did he
 Quoting: aether


Watch the video. They have a camera trained on him. Watch how little he moves. The human body is not structured to sit still for long periods. That is why we are always moving.

Also, there is a bit about another man on the same vid, who went under 'locked in' 24hr clinical observation for a month.
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okay
it is not what they physicly do i find odd, i do not
it is the imformation they provide to others i find odd
the information their altered state tells
it does never seem to conatian anything but common sense and traditional beliefs supporting common sense
and
because traditonal beliefs have never manifested practical common sense in listeners of the belief
i look and wonder
what is the point
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Yes.

In 2006, Discovery Channel showed a 45-minute documentary titled The Boy With Divine Powers. One of the aims was to establish whether Ram was indeed abstaining from all sustenance, water included, by filming him continuously for four days and nights.

On their first attempt, in January 2006, the film crew was required to stay outside a guarded barbed-wire fence, and their camera's infrared capabilities did not pick up evidence of a body at the base of the tree where Bomjon sat during their non-stop recording.


On a second attempt a few weeks later, however, the film crew was able to film Ram continuously for 96 hours, day and night, during which time he did not change his position and did not drink any fluids or eat any food.

As Discovery Channel's commentator concluded: "After 96 hours of filming, Ram has defied modern science by continuing his meditation and remaining alive." According to scientists on the documentary, an average person would be expected to die from kidney failure after four days without drinking any fluids (although cases of inedia lasting for a whole week have been observed).

The boy showed no signs of classical physical deterioration caused by dehydration. A close inspection by the film crew of the area around the tree where Ram was sitting revealed no hidden food supply or water pipes.

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Well...we will have to agree to disagree on that. I do not see how the two relate.

Purposely blinding children to become beggars, is horrifying to my sense and in comparison of one meditating under a tree.


Buddha Boy just sat there. 'Taking' nothing.
 Quoting: Seer777


did he
 Quoting: aether


Watch the video. They have a camera trained on him. Watch how little he moves. The human body is not structured to sit still for long periods. That is why we are always moving.

Also, there is a bit about another man on the same vid, who went under 'locked in' 24hr clinical observation for a month.
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okay
it is not what they physicly do i find odd, i do not
it is the imformation they provide to others i find odd
the information their altered state tells
it does never seem to conatian anything but common sense and traditional beliefs supporting common sense
and
because traditonal beliefs have never manifested practical common sense in listeners of the belief
i look and wonder
what is the point
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However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating?
:)
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 Quoting: Seer777


Common sense?

lol.


Indeed.

:)
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did he
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Watch the video. They have a camera trained on him. Watch how little he moves. The human body is not structured to sit still for long periods. That is why we are always moving.

Also, there is a bit about another man on the same vid, who went under 'locked in' 24hr clinical observation for a month.
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okay
it is not what they physicly do i find odd, i do not
it is the imformation they provide to others i find odd
the information their altered state tells
it does never seem to conatian anything but common sense and traditional beliefs supporting common sense
and
because traditonal beliefs have never manifested practical common sense in listeners of the belief
i look and wonder
what is the point
 Quoting: aether



However, some it seems have moved past the need for eating.

Buddha Boy springs to Mind.

What is he eating?
:)
 Quoting: Seer777

 Quoting: Seer777


Common sense?

lol.


Indeed.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


rofl
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The newspaper reported: "He doesn't juggle. He doesn't twist balloons into animal shapes. He just stares."
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yes
maybe we should accept his emotional input into gaia`s emotional fields is positive in ways he feels , not in the way he speaks to explain his feelings

that seems easier for me to live with tounge
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09/17/2013 03:10 PM
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Yes.

Much of the 'emotion' comes from others looking on, in said occurrence.

Meat eaters may form the same disdain toward you, which one forms around 'meat eating'.

Does that make sense?


Accommodating behavior by friends and family is often begrudged and flavored with a scent of their perceived 'snobbishness' of you and your 'beliefs'.

Most likely due the belief that a vegetarian looks down on 'meat eaters'. Which I can say in my case, is not the case.

However, I do think 'mindless eating' is a real issue.

Mindful eating is being much more popular and generally embraced.
 Quoting: Seer777


well, thus far my "change" has not been seen by others so how i am thought of in the company of others eating i have yet to experience
thinking about it my general self imposed withdrawal from social events fits quite well cos i do not have to eat in the company of others ever if i do not want to cos i have no shared eating habits with another person

useful tounge
 Quoting: aether


I received a lot of 'raised eyebrows' from both my peer group and my family due the sudden 'change'..

For the first a couple months I would gag if I even smelled meat cooking. Almost all 'food' for that matter.



The 'change' was sudden and came without warning.
 Quoting: Seer777


yes as i noticed that about myself as i wrote that /z\, i saw two things
me in the company of meat eaters , which was yuck
me in the company of non meat eaters, which was lovley cos the sensation of the food was lovley to my senses
thus i know this day my change of eating style dictates my association with other people
and i like it so tounge
 Quoting: aether


twigs and berrys, yum! :D
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09/17/2013 03:15 PM
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at 6:25 or so it talks about the number 64
The difference between 35 and 29 is 6
hmm

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I didn't know it talks about two crosses, the galatic cross and ecliptic and then solar year cross. He takes a G to show which way they go. One goes counter clockwise and the other clockwise. At 30min in. The galatic looks like an X and the solar looks like a plus sign. Which brings back the 8 or star of Mary...
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09/17/2013 03:41 PM
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Wonderful.

Getting a handle around our own perceived vices is often a battle with ones Self.

One desires. Especially, if readily available.


Essentially, teaching oneself to 'hate' that which one once 'loved'.

If you will...


The same thing happened to me. As you know. An instant aversion to said.

It required no work on my part, due said arriving.

If all 'habit' could be broken so easily. We would live in a very different world.


'Former' (smokers, drinkers, meat eaters, etc..)often form a type of disdain toward that which they once loved to forcefully separate it from Self.

Not always.


That is because you didn't have to do the work to separate it from Self. What is repulsion?

If say, you decided to 'stop eating meat' without said aversion, you would be fighting yourself to remain free from said. Every time you saw a commercial, ad, or passed said n the grocery store.


Much 'mental chatter' goes on when one is attempting to forcefully break a habit. Disdain is part of it.


Seemingly necessary.

How do smokers quit? By convincing themselves the immediate benefit, is not worth the potential long-term side effects. How does one do said? By making the 'habit' the enemy. If you will.

It's a balancing of will and desire.
 Quoting: Seer777


it is interesting thinking about it because it was my environment that prompted the instant alteration to my senses thus our environment possess the ability to alter our senses on any emotional topic we possess

we know this

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09/17/2013 03:46 PM
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it is interesting thinking about it because it was my environment that prompted the instant alteration to my senses thus our environment possess the ability to alter our senses on any emotional topic we possess

we know this
 Quoting: aether


Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment
 Quoting: nikola tesla


thus we may consider the notion free will occurs within the bonds/boundaries our environment provides and our environment will alter our will if it so demands
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09/17/2013 03:48 PM
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it is interesting thinking about it because it was my environment that prompted the instant alteration to my senses thus our environment possess the ability to alter our senses on any emotional topic we possess

we know this
 Quoting: aether


Environmental Energy - the Discovery of a new physical Truth: there is no energy in matter other than that received from the environment
 Quoting: nikola tesla


thus we may consider the notion free will occurs within the bonds/boundaries our environment provides and our environment will alter our will if it so demands
 Quoting: aether


and from our point of view, our will change is natural cos to us, we made it so tounge


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