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Good morning everyone.

What an unfortunate name she carries. I'd be willing to bet there is a porn site with that name. If not, there will be shortly. Not trying to be crude.



Unut


Unut, alt. Wenut or Wenet, is a prehistoric Egyptian snake goddess.

Originally, she had the form of a snake and was called "The swift one". She came from the fifteenth Upper Egyptian province and was worshipped with Thoth at its capital Hermopolis. Later she was depicted with a woman's body and a hare's head. She was taken into the cult of Horus and later of Ra.

Her name can be represented with five different hieroglyphs, but she appears rarely in literature and inscriptions. An exceptional sculpture of her has been found by American archaeologists and is probably the only one of its kind found so far. Her name was taken into the highest royal position just once in the long Egyptian history. The only king bearing her name was Unas. Her male companion is Wenenu, who was sometimes regarded as a form of Osiris or Ra

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Is coffee a bean or a nut? A seed.


A Coffee “Bean” is Not Actually a Bean
Now I know you are saying to yourself right now, “Aren’t beans seeds and seeds beans?” Surprisingly, that is not the case. (who knew?) In fact, though beans are always seeds, seeds are not always beans. A bean is just one kind of a seed. Specifically, it is a name for seeds of the family Fabaceae (also known as Leguminosae) of which the coffee plant is not a member; thus, coffee “beans” are not actually beans.
[link to www.todayifoundout.com]


Nut(Fruit)
A nut is a fruit composed of a hard shell and a seed, where the hard-shelled fruit does not open to release the seed (indehiscent). In a culinary context, a wide variety of dried seeds are often called nuts, but in a botanical context, only ones that include the indehiscent fruit are considered true nuts. The translation of "nut" in certain languages frequently requires paraphrases, as the concept is ambiguous.

Most seeds come from fruits that naturally free themselves from the shell, unlike nuts such as hazelnuts, chestnuts, and acorns, which have hard shell walls and originate from a compound ovary.

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Nu ("watery one") or Nun ( "inert one")

So, which is it?
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The Dual Chalice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57227637


In Wicca a chalice, as a feminine principle ........
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

it is never who you know but what you do with them that causes the effect of your experience of them

that prompts the notion women and men should be cautious

common sense i suppose
 Quoting: aether


That reminds of Fancy's post from last night.


So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

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That is so awesome! Unut is related to Unas(wenis) and the two ladies. Interesting unut is called the swift one.

...


'Belief walls'. That which one is willing to accept...

They only exist until breached.


I watched World War Z last night. Much about walls...

Man can solve any 'problem'. Just give em enough time...
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Wondering if the gap is just the pause between inhale and exhale, in analogy.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


The gap is the two ladies or upper and lower egypt not united or could say the elbow would be the joint.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The nebty name, literally meaning, "two ladies", is one of the titles of an Egyptian pharaoh, following the standard naming convention used by the Ancient Egyptians. The name was associated with the patron goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt:

Nekhbet, patron deity of Upper Egypt, was represented by as a griffon vulture, and
Wadjet, patron deity of Lower Egypt, was represented as an Egyptian cobra.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The word 'mastaba' comes from the Arabic word for a bench of mud,[5] likely because when seen from a distance it resembles a bench. It is also speculated that the Egyptians may have borrowed ideas from Mesopotamia since at the time they were both building similar structures.



Thanks to double jointed elbows and wenis (new learned word)rofl
Wondering if the egyptian beard with hat, the beard is like a grounding pin kind of like same sense as for lightning. Like the beard ground the wedjet and nekhbet.



Also saw this yesterday, pyramid structure with the words(results on top):


results
actions
beliefs
experiences

"our beliefs come from experiences, our results come from our actions, what beliefs do you want us to have of you?"



What constitutes empathy and how can it be developed? Empathy is the ability to put oneself in someone else’s shoes. It is the ability to experience vicariously the feelings that someone else may have and then being able to communicate that understanding in such a way that the recipient feels understood. It is not sufficient that you believe that you understand what the other person is feeling, but that they experience being understood. Being empathic requires the ability to put aside one’s own feelings and thoughts in order to fully attend to the feelings and thoughts of someone else. It requires the ability to get outside of oneself.
The empathy connection

Empathy is the glue that bonds people in an intimate relationship. When there is an empathic connection, people feel understood, they feel seen. Empathy is not the only way for people to bond, but it is necessary for an intimate connection. Bonding over a common activity or common experience may foster a connection just as doing something for someone else might engender gratitude or appreciation. But in order for there to be intimacy, empathy is required.............
 Quoting: observation

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 Quoting: aether



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That's it. cool2
 Quoting: Fancypantz


huge difference between the images

two sides of a coin
 Quoting: rekameohsnad


Two sides of a coin because it represents both life and death depending on what structure you put it in depends on outcome, imo.

These were some interesting quotes
"I am what I need to be" "It's not what you do it's what you are"

okay done, shew
 Quoting: Fancypantz

 Quoting: Fancypantz


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Good morning everyone.

What an unfortunate name she carries. I'd be willing to bet there is a porn site with that name. If not, there will be shortly. Not trying to be crude.



Unut


Unut, alt. Wenut or Wenet, is a prehistoric Egyptian snake goddess.

Originally, she had the form of a snake and was called "The swift one". She came from the fifteenth Upper Egyptian province and was worshipped with Thoth at its capital Hermopolis. Later she was depicted with a woman's body and a hare's head. She was taken into the cult of Horus and later of Ra.

Her name can be represented with five different hieroglyphs, but she appears rarely in literature and inscriptions. An exceptional sculpture of her has been found by American archaeologists and is probably the only one of its kind found so far. Her name was taken into the highest royal position just once in the long Egyptian history. The only king bearing her name was Unas. Her male companion is Wenenu, who was sometimes regarded as a form of Osiris or Ra

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


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Good morning, yeah not so good nowadays, I'll just call her the swift one.

Was looking into symbols and their meanings earlier to figure out what the double circle with a cross inside means and came across the symbol for water.

[link to www.crossroad.to]

The coffee bean reminded me of it again when I saw your picture.
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Did I hear tell of rabbits?


Time to fire up that endometrial tissue.
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
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Good morning everyone.

What an unfortunate name she carries. I'd be willing to bet there is a porn site with that name. If not, there will be shortly. Not trying to be crude.



Unut


Unut, alt. Wenut or Wenet, is a prehistoric Egyptian snake goddess.

Originally, she had the form of a snake and was called "The swift one". She came from the fifteenth Upper Egyptian province and was worshipped with Thoth at its capital Hermopolis. Later she was depicted with a woman's body and a hare's head. She was taken into the cult of Horus and later of Ra.

Her name can be represented with five different hieroglyphs, but she appears rarely in literature and inscriptions. An exceptional sculpture of her has been found by American archaeologists and is probably the only one of its kind found so far. Her name was taken into the highest royal position just once in the long Egyptian history. The only king bearing her name was Unas. Her male companion is Wenenu, who was sometimes regarded as a form of Osiris or Ra

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

CoffeeBeanz
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good morning
i experience porn signals with that name to, i got uncut as in uncut penis
it feels our sexuality is influenced to experience live sex/audience emotions within our sexual emotions

i suppose it is transmitting/experiencing feeling ever more dramatically , maybe it is a visibly sign of something , a signal within our current excitation signalling/pulsing experience of our global information of instant communication era

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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
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Good morning everyone.

What an unfortunate name she carries. I'd be willing to bet there is a porn site with that name. If not, there will be shortly. Not trying to be crude.



Unut


Unut, alt. Wenut or Wenet, is a prehistoric Egyptian snake goddess.

Originally, she had the form of a snake and was called "The swift one". She came from the fifteenth Upper Egyptian province and was worshipped with Thoth at its capital Hermopolis. Later she was depicted with a woman's body and a hare's head. She was taken into the cult of Horus and later of Ra.

Her name can be represented with five different hieroglyphs, but she appears rarely in literature and inscriptions. An exceptional sculpture of her has been found by American archaeologists and is probably the only one of its kind found so far. Her name was taken into the highest royal position just once in the long Egyptian history. The only king bearing her name was Unas. Her male companion is Wenenu, who was sometimes regarded as a form of Osiris or Ra

[link to en.wikipedia.org]


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

CoffeeBeanz
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Good morning, yeah not so good nowadays, I'll just call her the swift one.

Was looking into symbols and their meanings earlier to figure out what the double circle with a cross inside means and came across the symbol for water.

[link to www.crossroad.to]

The coffee bean reminded me of it again when I saw your picture.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


I was thinking of Mem earlier. And 'crossroads' have come up several times in the last 24hrs.
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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
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Nice. That bit above is what I call, 'picking from the chaos'.

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The Dual Chalice.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 57227637


In Wicca a chalice, as a feminine principle ........
 Quoting: observation

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

it is never who you know but what you do with them that causes the effect of your experience of them

that prompts the notion women and men should be cautious

common sense i suppose
 Quoting: aether


That reminds of Fancy's post from last night.


So. Bunny rabbits and deities. Does it exist?

It does.

Unut: The Rabbit Goddess of Ancient Egypt

Rabbits have long been associated with spring and Easter as a symbol of fertility and new birth. In the ancient world, pre-Christian religions would celebrate the spring equinox with live rabbits, as this is the time of year when many wild animals give birth to their young. While the rabbit as an actual representation of deity did not exist on the European continent, in ancient Egypt there was one such deity by the name of Unut.

Unut was a rabbit headed goddess who origins dated back to prehistoric Egypt. Also known as Wenut, this deity has an interesting path of evolution, for she was not always known as a rabbit shaped deity. Prior to her rabbit form which came about at an unknown point during her worship, she was represented in the form of a snake. This seems rather unusual for a reptile to be transformed into a soft, gentle, furry creature, even though snakes too were considered symbols of fertility in ancient Egypt

[link to voices.yahoo.com]
 Quoting: Seer777




That is so awesome! Unut is related to Unas(wenis) and the two ladies. Interesting unut is called the swift one.

...


Wondering if the gap is just the pause between inhale and exhale, in analogy.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


The gap is the two ladies or upper and lower egypt not united or could say the elbow would be the joint.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The nebty name, literally meaning, "two ladies", is one of the titles of an Egyptian pharaoh, following the standard naming convention used by the Ancient Egyptians. The name was associated with the patron goddesses of Upper and Lower Egypt:

Nekhbet, patron deity of Upper Egypt, was represented by as a griffon vulture, and
Wadjet, patron deity of Lower Egypt, was represented as an Egyptian cobra.


[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The word 'mastaba' comes from the Arabic word for a bench of mud,[5] likely because when seen from a distance it resembles a bench. It is also speculated that the Egyptians may have borrowed ideas from Mesopotamia since at the time they were both building similar structures.



Thanks to double jointed elbows and wenis (new learned word)rofl
Wondering if the egyptian beard with hat, the beard is like a grounding pin kind of like same sense as for lightning. Like the beard ground the wedjet and nekhbet.



Also saw this yesterday, pyramid structure with the words(results on top):


results
actions
beliefs
experiences

"our beliefs come from experiences, our results come from our actions, what beliefs do you want us to have of you?"



What constitutes empathy and how can it be developed? Empathy is the ability to put oneself in someone else’s shoes. It is the ability to experience vicariously the feelings that someone else may have and then being able to communicate that understanding in such a way that the recipient feels understood. It is not sufficient that you believe that you understand what the other person is feeling, but that they experience being understood. Being empathic requires the ability to put aside one’s own feelings and thoughts in order to fully attend to the feelings and thoughts of someone else. It requires the ability to get outside of oneself.
The empathy connection

...

[link to www.docdreyfus.com]
 Quoting: aether



...


huge difference between the images

two sides of a coin
 Quoting: rekameohsnad


Two sides of a coin because it represents both life and death depending on what structure you put it in depends on outcome, imo.

These were some interesting quotes
"I am what I need to be" "It's not what you do it's what you are"

okay done, shew
 Quoting: Fancypantz

 Quoting: Fancypantz

 Quoting: Seer777


oh yes

changing expression (function) is changing shape (structure)
you remain self (the same to yourself)
you do notice your difference of impression upon all things not yourself caused by your expression (shape) change

changing frame of mind is shape changing

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Did I hear tell of rabbits?


Time to fire up that endometrial tissue.
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The endometrium is the inner mucous membrane of the mammalian uterus.
 Quoting: observation

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i see
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777

Like the nobody movie.

Some say time is only now. I think it was the wingmakers that said the pencil with rings around it as example of time and possibilities. In a broader scope couldn't that be what reincarnation truly is, if it even exists, played out all at once but looks like past and future from the most inner you of choice? (going down rabbit hole, lol)
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
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yes we are talking about this in matching of our sciences , faiths and philosophies to our experiences and what you tell is lawful within faith , sciences , philosophy and mythology

all information known from every culture upon gaia thus far discovered confirms what you describe as true
and
in recent years common explanations of experience experienced is becoming discovered which matches experiences throughout gaia culture both past and present
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
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Whether "inter-dimensionally". Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.

thoughts expound on the probability of a desired outcome.
the variance of the unknowns makes any such conclusion desperately romanticized. not taking into account the unknown, leaves an equation based on practical science alone. practical science says no. QM says maybe or maybe not or 50/50 at any random conjunction. QM by its nature implies anything is possible.

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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777

Like the nobody movie.

Some say time is only now. I think it was the wingmakers that said the pencil with rings around it as example of time and possibilities. In a broader scope couldn't that be what reincarnation truly is, if it even exists, played out all at once but looks like past and future from the most inner you of choice? (going down rabbit hole, lol)
 Quoting: Fancypantz


hmm

In the Nobody movie he doesn't reincarnate. Space time contracts instead of expanding and everything is then relived backward. Which I suppose would be 'normal' after living it.


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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
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i wonder why he said secret, it maybe because no person on gaia knew but jung knew someone somewhere must know thus it was a secret to people of gaia
unless
jung believed people upon gaia do know and do not tell anyone
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777

Like the nobody movie.

Some say time is only now. I think it was the wingmakers that said the pencil with rings around it as example of time and possibilities. In a broader scope couldn't that be what reincarnation truly is, if it even exists, played out all at once but looks like past and future from the most inner you of choice? (going down rabbit hole, lol)
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a universe without dimensions is awkward to explain
when we add dimensions all of our faiths upon gaia have a lot to think about
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777

Like the nobody movie.

Some say time is only now. I think it was the wingmakers that said the pencil with rings around it as example of time and possibilities. In a broader scope couldn't that be what reincarnation truly is, if it even exists, played out all at once but looks like past and future from the most inner you of choice? (going down rabbit hole, lol)
 Quoting: Fancypantz


hmm

In the Nobody movie he doesn't reincarnate. Space time contracts instead of expanding and everything is then relived backward. Which I suppose would be 'normal' after living it.


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That is right. It is like he was splintered and lived it all out and then came back into himself at the point of choice. Saying for reincarnation the choice happens nonmaterial and the splinter material until one goes back to non material. Who knows, just thinking.
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
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Whether "inter-dimensionally". Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.

thoughts expound on the probability of a desired outcome.
the variance of the unknowns makes any such conclusion desperately romanticized. not taking into account the unknown, leaves an equation based on practical science alone. practical science says no. QM says maybe or maybe not or 50/50 at any random conjunction. QM by its nature implies anything is possible.

thought requires imagination, dogs dream.

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nice, we can see current information of this topic from all of gaia`s resources is "thin" tounge
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


yes we are talking about this in matching of our sciences , faiths and philosophies to our experiences and what you tell is lawful within faith , sciences , philosophy and mythology

all information known from every culture upon gaia thus far discovered confirms what you describe as true
and
in recent years common explanations of experience experienced is becoming discovered which matches experiences throughout gaia culture both past and present
 Quoting: aether


Just another way of describing how we can effectively 'see things coming'. And due the probability of outcome of movement and the number of moves available, one will with a high degree of accuracy see 'what is coming' and plan accordingly.

A form of Precognition. If you will.

The more practiced, the more sensitive. The more sensitive, the more aware.


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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
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i wonder why he said secret, it maybe because no person on gaia knew but jung knew someone somewhere must know thus it was a secret to people of gaia
unless
jung believed people upon gaia do know and do not tell anyone
 Quoting: aether


I was thinking it was because of peoples awareness of the environment is lacking so it would be a secret until one was aware and can see the synchronicity abounding around them and all the while they see the disorder never connecting the two together.
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Is it fair to say that once something can be or is 'conceived of' it is 'set motion'?

When considering choice for example. Think of it like chess. One projects self(future movement) into the future to see all possible outcome of a certain choice.

Each 'conceived of notion' plays out down a rather linear path to a certain outcome. Depending on how long one spends deciding on a choice, the larger the pool of 'possible ends' come into sight.

By having these tools of probable conceived future, one can then see more vague choices coming upon the happenstance of the reaction from said choice...

In that way, one narrows down the probability of certain occurrences by altering movement in another way to head off potential undesirable outcome.

Now say that each of these conceived 'paths' that arrive from movement can be or will be after conception, played out in some form?

Whether interdimentionally. Echoes. Or the like. Whether played out in the 'physical' or not.


Not sure that makes sense but I thought I would put it out there.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


yes we are talking about this in matching of our sciences , faiths and philosophies to our experiences and what you tell is lawful within faith , sciences , philosophy and mythology

all information known from every culture upon gaia thus far discovered confirms what you describe as true
and
in recent years common explanations of experience experienced is becoming discovered which matches experiences throughout gaia culture both past and present
 Quoting: aether


Just another way of describing how we can effectively 'see things coming'. And due the probability of outcome of movement and the number of moves available, one will with a high degree of accuracy see 'what is coming' and plan accordingly.

A form of Precognition. If you will.

The more practiced, the more sensitive. The more sensitive, the more aware.


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fischer
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yes precognition possessing ability to explain how and why precognition becomes true
our threads tell that this is true
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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
 Quoting: Fancypantz


i wonder why he said secret, it maybe because no person on gaia knew but jung knew someone somewhere must know thus it was a secret to people of gaia
unless
jung believed people upon gaia do know and do not tell anyone
 Quoting: aether


I was thinking it was because of peoples awareness of the environment is lacking so it would be a secret until one was aware and can see the synchronicity abounding around them and all the while they see the disorder never connecting the two together.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


that /z\ feels the true explanation thumbs
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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
 Quoting: Fancypantz


i wonder why he said secret, it maybe because no person on gaia knew but jung knew someone somewhere must know thus it was a secret to people of gaia
unless
jung believed people upon gaia do know and do not tell anyone
 Quoting: aether


I was thinking it was because of peoples awareness of the environment is lacking so it would be a secret until one was aware and can see the synchronicity abounding around them and all the while they see the disorder never connecting the two together.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Well said.

Order out of Chaos rings a bell...


Infinite regression.

The limits of math become more troublesome when physicists try to explain the origin of the universe. Math does not really explain how a universe can exist without a first cause. True, physicists invoke the “big bang,” a massive explosion of supercondensed matter. They call this the “singularity,” as if that explains things any better. Whatever words, or math, they use, they cannot explain what created the supercondensed mass in the first place. Where did that mass come from? If it was created by energy, where did that come from? You can see that such questions create an infinite loop of effects that have a cause. Scientists call this “infinite regression,” which is an untenable way to explain anything.

Even if you invoke the idea of a creator god, where did that god come from? So, you see, physicists and the rest of us are stuck with the unsatisfying conclusion that something can be created from nothing.

[link to www.salon.com]


How do epiphanies occur?
[link to vocabulary-vocabulary.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


epiphany is synergy
you together/entangled with something(s) experience that which you never experienced before your entanglement with something(s) caused your experience (epiphany/synergy)to become true
 Quoting: aether


Human imagination is a creative force.

'How creative' is determinate on the human and practice.

 Quoting: Seer777


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Just another way of describing how we can effectively 'see things coming'. And due the probability of outcome of movement and the number of moves available, one will with a high degree of accuracy see 'what is coming' and plan accordingly.

A form of Precognition. If you will.

The more practiced, the more sensitive. The more sensitive, the more aware.

 Quoting: Seer777


yes precognition possessing ability to explain how and why precognition becomes true
our threads tell that this is true
 Quoting: aether


It becomes 'true' because you have already seen it play out.

Reminds...

Lately my whole life feels like some sort of Deja vu, is it possible somehow we have all lived through this before? History repeating itself literally. Only we have some knowledge leftover from the last time to try and change it a little. And when everything ends we just go back to the beginning and start all over and try again.It would fit into the reincarnation model I think.
 Quoting: Keneh



speaking of the "in between", when reading through post does anyone experience this? a drift into a memory that does not have a bases in ones own life experiences, yet that same memory is fundamental to your personal makeup. it's as if it incorporates itself into your body of recollections and becomes part of your mental makeup. it is grasped as belonging to memory and yet has no bases for it's existents other than the fleeting reflection\recollection. e.g. it is much like a dream where you have a brother or sister that doesnot exist but the relationship has a history that can be recalled. fringe and seer, is this how the "in between" is experienced by you?
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Sure.

But the 'in between' I was speaking of earlier was in regard to the space between impulse and thought. Then the space between thought and action.

Behavior can be interrupted or changed at either one of these spaces.



What you're describing reminds me of something else...

The question is how does one remember the future?

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus



Perhaps something like this?



Do you ever sometimes feel like our ancient past is really our future?


I keep getting this sensation.

It's an odd feeling.

ouroboros
 Quoting: Seer777





It just sometimes feels like we have already done this before...


Does that make sense?


Maybe it's time travel from our future into our past.

I dunno.

It keeps resurfacing.


hmm
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 Quoting: Seer777

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~Seneca
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Interesting quote on synchronicity


"“In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order.” " - Carl Jung
 Quoting: Fancypantz


i wonder why he said secret, it maybe because no person on gaia knew but jung knew someone somewhere must know thus it was a secret to people of gaia
unless
jung believed people upon gaia do know and do not tell anyone
 Quoting: aether


I was thinking it was because of peoples awareness of the environment is lacking so it would be a secret until one was aware and can see the synchronicity abounding around them and all the while they see the disorder never connecting the two together.
 Quoting: Fancypantz


Well said.

Order out of Chaos rings a bell...


Infinite regression.

The limits of math become more troublesome when physicists try to explain the origin of the universe. Math does not really explain how a universe can exist without a first cause. True, physicists invoke the “big bang,” a massive explosion of supercondensed matter. They call this the “singularity,” as if that explains things any better. Whatever words, or math, they use, they cannot explain what created the supercondensed mass in the first place. Where did that mass come from? If it was created by energy, where did that come from? You can see that such questions create an infinite loop of effects that have a cause. Scientists call this “infinite regression,” which is an untenable way to explain anything.

Even if you invoke the idea of a creator god, where did that god come from? So, you see, physicists and the rest of us are stuck with the unsatisfying conclusion that something can be created from nothing.

[link to www.salon.com]


How do epiphanies occur?
[link to vocabulary-vocabulary.com]
 Quoting: Seer777


epiphany is synergy
you together/entangled with something(s) experience that which you never experienced before your entanglement with something(s) caused your experience (epiphany/synergy)to become true
 Quoting: aether


Human imagination is a creative force.

'How creative' is determinate on the human and practice.

 Quoting: Seer777


vortex
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if we utilize the description aethyr within super fluid thought that is arising again within our sciences

“Long ago... [mankind] recognized that all perceptible matter comes from a primary substance, or tenuity beyond conception, filling all space… The primary substance, thrown into infinitesimal whirls of prodigious velocity, becomes gross matter; the force subsiding, the motion ceases and matter disappears, reverting to the primary substance.”
 Quoting: nikola tesla

[link to www.human-resonance.org]

we are told that non-ponderable matter called aethyr experiences like this :

"... set the fluid around it moving with a velocity proportional to its own, so that to move the sphere we have not merely to move the substance of eh sphere itself, but also the liquid around it; the consequence of this is, that the sphere behaves as if its mass were increased by that of a certain volume of liquid."
 Quoting: j.j.thompson

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utilizing the above visuals for conscious matter (people) and aethyr we may consider the notion that aethyr causes emotional experience within a person causing transfer of environmental emotional information causing the person to visibly (frame of mind) alter thus express (function) differently
with that in mind the motivation for aethyr to cause emotional change of mind of a person will be the consequences of people(s) noticeable entanglement with aethyr as in: aethyr always motivated
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Just another way of describing how we can effectively 'see things coming'. And due the probability of outcome of movement and the number of moves available, one will with a high degree of accuracy see 'what is coming' and plan accordingly.

A form of Precognition. If you will.

The more practiced, the more sensitive. The more sensitive, the more aware.

 Quoting: Seer777


yes precognition possessing ability to explain how and why precognition becomes true
our threads tell that this is true
 Quoting: aether


It becomes 'true' because you have already seen it play out.

Reminds...

Lately my whole life feels like some sort of Deja vu, is it possible somehow we have all lived through this before? History repeating itself literally. Only we have some knowledge leftover from the last time to try and change it a little. And when everything ends we just go back to the beginning and start all over and try again.It would fit into the reincarnation model I think.
 Quoting: Keneh



speaking of the "in between", when reading through post does anyone experience this? a drift into a memory that does not have a bases in ones own life experiences, yet that same memory is fundamental to your personal makeup. it's as if it incorporates itself into your body of recollections and becomes part of your mental makeup. it is grasped as belonging to memory and yet has no bases for it's existents other than the fleeting reflection\recollection. e.g. it is much like a dream where you have a brother or sister that doesnot exist but the relationship has a history that can be recalled. fringe and seer, is this how the "in between" is experienced by you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


Sure.

But the 'in between' I was speaking of earlier was in regard to the space between impulse and thought. Then the space between thought and action.

Behavior can be interrupted or changed at either one of these spaces.



What you're describing reminds me of something else...

...



Perhaps something like this?

...



...



 Quoting: Seer777

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 Quoting: Seer777


yes

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