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Is the invisible really invisible or is it the absence of light?
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I think light may be how it works.

One's Light...but it's invisible.



Imagine if you were sitting in total darkness.

Then imagine wind.

You would feel it, but not see it.

:thewind:


Is this Fancy?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Not fancy's feel. No this one is in protective mode. Deflecting any possible criticism. Even from you Seer.
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I never found invisible hard, seer. Its the spotlight that requires the initial thrust.
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Hard to box, as in label.


Knock, knock...

Who's there?

...

... who?

... .~*~*~. - .*.*.*.*.*. ~~~~

hmm

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~Seneca
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11/18/2012 05:00 PM
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good evening see7,,

much love,,
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11/18/2012 05:03 PM
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I never found invisible hard, seer. Its the spotlight that requires the initial thrust.
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Hard to box, as in label.


Knock, knock...

Who's there?

...

... who?

... .~*~*~. - .*.*.*.*.*. ~~~~

hmm

scratching
 Quoting: Seer777


it was nobody. hello nobody
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good evening see7,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


Good evening Nobody.

:)


hf
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~Seneca
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11/18/2012 05:07 PM
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well you did knock,,

and it is of course only polite that one should answer and greet with a known customry welcoming verbal antidote,,


much love,,
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11/18/2012 05:10 PM
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well you did knock,,

and it is of course only polite that one should answer and greet with a known customry welcoming verbal antidote,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


be careful nobody, Seer is feisty after recovery from a tummy ache. she may try to box you.
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11/18/2012 05:11 PM
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it is very easy to fail at humor when talking to a brit even if you are a brit tounge

where do we put humor
feeling happy is not humor
laughing with joy is not humor
is humor man made ?
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11/18/2012 05:12 PM
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well you did knock,,

and it is of course only polite that one should answer and greet with a known customry welcoming verbal antidote,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


be careful nobody, Seer is feisty after recovery from a tummy ache. she may try to box you.
 Quoting: aka 20093181


now that is funny to me now i understand aether in a box
was a joke
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it is very easy to fail at humor when talking to a brit even if you are a brit tounge

where do we put humor
feeling happy is not humor
laughing with joy is not humor
is humor man made ?
 Quoting: aether


same arena as music, don't you think?
and we taught music to the gods
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a gentile buttefly kiss upon her naval from the spirit of love should ease her suffering,,

the thought alone may heal indeed,,

much love,,
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well you did knock,,

and it is of course only polite that one should answer and greet with a known customry welcoming verbal antidote,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


be careful nobody, Seer is feisty after recovery from a tummy ache. she may try to box you.
 Quoting: aka 20093181


now that is funny to me now i understand aether in a box
was a joke
 Quoting: aether


of course, did you think i meant 6 feet under? now thats funny
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well you did knock,,

and it is of course only polite that one should answer and greet with a known customry welcoming verbal antidote,,


much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


be careful nobody, Seer is feisty after recovery from a tummy ache. she may try to box you.
 Quoting: aka 20093181


now that is funny to me now i understand aether in a box
was a joke
 Quoting: aether


of course, did you think i meant 6 feet under? now thats funny
 Quoting: aka 20093181


meant it as compartmentalizing you in my head. hahahah
what is it that you think i used to do for work?
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11/18/2012 05:19 PM
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a gentile buttefly kiss upon her naval from the spirit of love should ease her suffering,,

the thought alone may heal indeed,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


hell with the navel, i'd kiss any booboo anywhere
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?

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a gentile buttefly kiss upon her naval from the spirit of love should ease her suffering,,

the thought alone may heal indeed,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 28005393


hell with the navel, i'd kiss any booboo anywhere
 Quoting: aka 20093181


why was i in trouble? seer and not fancy, you know i love both of you. in different ways of course.
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


do Americans speak English?
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range

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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


do Americans speak English?
 Quoting: aka 20093181


i don`t know
do i speak english
i am told i do but spoken language is not a topic i notice much
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11/18/2012 05:41 PM
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


do Americans speak English?
 Quoting: aka 20093181


i don`t know
do i speak english
i am told i do but spoken language is not a topic i notice much
 Quoting: aether


American have alway taken pride in bastardizing the mother tongue (the English lanquage) traditional box. the flexible box being lanquage. nevermind aether.
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


What of astral projections and traveling great distances?
Do you suppose that essence is aware of locality and doessn't wish to go far?
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


do Americans speak English?
 Quoting: aka 20093181


i don`t know
do i speak english
i am told i do but spoken language is not a topic i notice much
 Quoting: aether


American have alway taken pride in bastardizing the mother tongue (the English lanquage) traditional box. the flexible box being lanquage. nevermind aether.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 20093181


it goes back to a churchhill quote i believe, regarding a common people separated by a common language
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


What of astral projections and traveling great distances?
Do you suppose that essence is aware of locality and doessn't wish to go far?
 Quoting: aka 20093181


scale of aura is emotionally defined
technically i know of no practical scale it can not be if motivated to be so
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What of astral projections and traveling great distances?
Do you suppose that essence is aware of locality and doessn't wish to go far?
 Quoting: aka


scale of aura is emotionally defined
technically i know of no practical scale it can not be if motivated to be so
 Quoting: aether


and if you up scale your aura why would you desire to utilize your 5% self of conscious process to go to the boundaries of your aura when your aura transmits all that you would see where you there

oh

but as i write i detect people do like to do it and it is easier in some ways i suppose
like one trip instead of several
not something i am prompted to do, go where i may expand my aura to
no reason other than never prompted to do it

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remembering we are within a self aware environment so personal motivation for these topics to a big degree dictates outcome
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


I think what we need to ask ourselves is if 2 or more things can exist in the same space, at once...

As I have heard others mention it is impossible.

hmm
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


I think what we need to ask ourselves is if 2 or more things can exist in the same space, at once...

As I have heard others mention it is impossible.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


What kind of things? And what defines the same space? Is not a child an amalgam of two things existing in the same space?
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


I think what we need to ask ourselves is if 2 or more things can exist in the same space, at once...

As I have heard others mention it is impossible.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


feels an odd notion
you mean like bacteria in a body?
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remembering we are within a self aware environment so personal motivation for these topics to a big degree dictates outcome
 Quoting: aether


What if I have no motivations?
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interesting thought
to me people (us) have boundaries defined by aura (emotional definition)
the emotions they display within their flexible boundary (tensegrity) defines their experience of all things outside of their flexible boundary

do traditional boxes have flexible boundaries?
 Quoting: aether


if you think about it where were those people in hospital if not within their flexible boundary powered by their still living 95% conscious process within their body hence they never go more than 40 ft away
no history of consciously knowing anything about the topic they remain within average aura range's of 5 to 10 to 30 to 40 ft
mostly around the 5 to 10 ft range
 Quoting: aether


I think what we need to ask ourselves is if 2 or more things can exist in the same space, at once...

As I have heard others mention it is impossible.

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


feels an odd notion
you mean like bacteria in a body?
 Quoting: aether


Like a shnitzel in the deep fry! Yummmmmm


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