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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
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I remember that. They concluded what they 'saw' because they had yet the information of what the cause of the changes would be. They 'filled in the gaps' with subconscious imagination because their subconscious had yet to imagine the real causes.
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hey sept, you know ,
you got munroe before he got you tounge
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You lost me, lol. You talking about Robert Monroe?
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i was
miss spelt remote sense/view joke

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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
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hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
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perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
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hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
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I remember that. They concluded what they 'saw' because they had yet the information of what the cause of the changes would be. They 'filled in the gaps' with subconscious imagination because their subconscious had yet to imagine the real causes.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


hey sept, you know ,
you got munroe before he got you tounge
 Quoting: aether


You lost me, lol. You talking about Robert Monroe?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i was
miss spelt remote sense/view joke
 Quoting: aether


thumbs

Its funny, I remember reading about his journeys and always wished I could have them too. As it turned out, I have experienced more than he had. I always come back to remembering that thought of mine, wishing I could experience the type of his stuff. And to think I have been through things that I could never have imagined. It has been an amazing, albeit long, life.
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hey sept, you know ,
you got munroe before he got you tounge
 Quoting: aether


You lost me, lol. You talking about Robert Monroe?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i was
miss spelt remote sense/view joke
 Quoting: aether


thumbs

Its funny, I remember reading about his journeys and always wished I could have them too. As it turned out, I have experienced more than he had. I always come back to remembering that thought of mine, wishing I could experience the type of his stuff. And to think I have been through things that I could never have imagined. It has been an amazing, albeit long, life.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and
if i may add
the point of the joke
you have a far more accurate understanding of how and why your experiences are achieved and
your experiences are on going and feedback productivly
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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


Lines form from cracks on the sphere obscuring vision and creating tendency and biased projection beyond.

It's hard to stay round (fully aware):

Help me if you can, I'm feeling down
And I do appreciate you being round.
Help me, get my feet back on the ground,
Won't you please, please help me.

But, it does Help.
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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
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age is often a defining experience restraint,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
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You lost me, lol. You talking about Robert Monroe?
 Quoting: Septenary Man


i was
miss spelt remote sense/view joke
 Quoting: aether


thumbs

Its funny, I remember reading about his journeys and always wished I could have them too. As it turned out, I have experienced more than he had. I always come back to remembering that thought of mine, wishing I could experience the type of his stuff. And to think I have been through things that I could never have imagined. It has been an amazing, albeit long, life.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and
if i may add
the point of the joke
you have a far more accurate understanding of how and why your experiences are achieved and
your experiences are on going and feedback productivly
 Quoting: aether


Shit, I just deleted my original reply.

I find I get frustrated reading back through that information (Monroe, etc) because I know all the errors within.

Step by step
came floating into my mind just then. It had an emotional feeling attached to it. No need to look back, just keep moving forward was the associated emotional signature.
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hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


it does
i was lucky
i am self taught lmao
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Shit, I just deleted my original reply.

I find I get frustrated reading back through that information (Monroe, etc) because I know all the errors within.

Step by step
came floating into my mind just then. It had an emotional feeling attached to it. No need to look back, just keep moving forward was the associated emotional signature.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


that is the point on this topic
you have never the need to look back because you know where you are is never by error
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i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


it does
i was lucky
i am self taught lmao
 Quoting: aether


Good, You get my point then.
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hey nobody
how does restraint fit onto defining experience in the context of linear time
 Quoting: aether



perceptional relativity,,

much love,,
 Quoting: nobody 30416591


i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
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questions can be leading indeed,,

all avenues of perception are bias within restraint,,

inbetween/throughout,, and all around,, never fully encompass the retaining intentional barb of any answerable future subjuctive finality,,

all questions offer equally only two choices by response,, and they therefore,, by design posses a known intention,,

and are also therefore not requisite within the simple restraint paramative of a yes/no answer,, regardless of any virtuitus design,,

inbetween and without prejudice is always the greator response,,

much love,,
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Shit, I just deleted my original reply.

I find I get frustrated reading back through that information (Monroe, etc) because I know all the errors within.

Step by step
came floating into my mind just then. It had an emotional feeling attached to it. No need to look back, just keep moving forward was the associated emotional signature.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


that is the point on this topic
you have never the need to look back because you know where you are is never by error
 Quoting: aether


Which is an effect of reconciliation.
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I believe time travel is ruled out in the Electric Universe others may confirm or deny. As far as faster than light speed, sub particles that form an electron must move some "2.5 million light years per second!!!!!!!!", how that translates to human capability is out of my expertise. I am no expert on this so I'll leave you the link that I read it from to postulate as you wish:
 Quoting: observation


A simple calculation shows that the sub-particles that form an electron must travel at a speed far in excess of the speed of light some 2.5 million light-years per second, or from here to the far side of the Andromeda galaxy in one second! So the electrostatic force must act at a speed which is almost infinite on our scale for the electron to be stable
 Quoting: observation

[link to www.holoscience.com]

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I believe time travel is ruled out in the Electric Universe others may confirm or deny. As far as faster than light speed, sub particles that form an electron must move some "2.5 million light years per second!!!!!!!!", how that translates to human capability is out of my expertise. I am no expert on this so I'll leave you the link that I read it from to postulate as you wish:
 Quoting: observation


A simple calculation shows that the sub-particles that form an electron must travel at a speed far in excess of the speed of light some 2.5 million light-years per second, or from here to the far side of the Andromeda galaxy in one second! So the electrostatic force must act at a speed which is almost infinite on our scale for the electron to be stable
 Quoting: observation

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


that reminds me

well bea , an explanation

everything happens faster than we ever experience even when our personalities function at atto velocity (see earlier post) but never quite instant and that is because our universe, both material and non material is "organic"

not the best word "organic" but it is the best one i have at the moment thus, when for instance, you are within a machine that utilizes the non material dimensions to transport you, at near instant velocity, (superluminal), over any distance with 0 inertia, you experience altered state of reality emotionally, the same as in a dream, the entire time you are within the non material dimension utilized
to you this is an emotional experience of minutes, hours, days, weeks, lifetime even , totally dependent on information (awareness) possessed by the traveler

but in light speed "time" , 2.5 seconds have passed to arrival at andromeda

just as a dream, it is a real experience

whatever you experience you never experience what the cause of your experience is experiencing as in:

you never function, nor can anything ever function, at the velocity our organic universe does thus nothing happens all at once ever but it appears that must be the case because nothing can imagine or experience reality of that velocity of existence(reality of our universes "personality")

whoa

i enjoyed telling that
 Quoting: aether


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i get it
generally the older a person is the less likely they are going to experience change despite experienceing what would alter a younger person
because habits grow stronger over linear time

yes?
 Quoting: aether


my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Envision two spheres spinning into one another. both spinning in opposite directions. When they come into 'contact' and stop one another creating angular momentum; Who will know the outcome?

Exactly, so keep your eyes and ears open (every sense and the totality of awareness) otherwise by supposition you may miss something.
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I believe time travel is ruled out in the Electric Universe others may confirm or deny. As far as faster than light speed, sub particles that form an electron must move some "2.5 million light years per second!!!!!!!!", how that translates to human capability is out of my expertise. I am no expert on this so I'll leave you the link that I read it from to postulate as you wish:
 Quoting: observation


A simple calculation shows that the sub-particles that form an electron must travel at a speed far in excess of the speed of light some 2.5 million light-years per second, or from here to the far side of the Andromeda galaxy in one second! So the electrostatic force must act at a speed which is almost infinite on our scale for the electron to be stable
 Quoting: observation

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


that reminds me

well bea , an explanation

everything happens faster than we ever experience even when our personalities function at atto velocity (see earlier post) but never quite instant and that is because our universe, both material and non material is "organic"

not the best word "organic" but it is the best one i have at the moment thus, when for instance, you are within a machine that utilizes the non material dimensions to transport you, at near instant velocity, (superluminal), over any distance with 0 inertia, you experience altered state of reality emotionally, the same as in a dream, the entire time you are within the non material dimension utilized
to you this is an emotional experience of minutes, hours, days, weeks, lifetime even , totally dependent on information (awareness) possessed by the traveler

but in light speed "time" , 2.5 seconds have passed to arrival at andromeda

just as a dream, it is a real experience

whatever you experience you never experience what the cause of your experience is experiencing as in:

you never function, nor can anything ever function, at the velocity our organic universe does thus nothing happens all at once ever but it appears that must be the case because nothing can imagine or experience reality of that velocity of existence(reality of our universes "personality")

whoa

i enjoyed telling that
 Quoting: aether

 Quoting: aether


so now we know the velocity of the organic craft is approx 1 million light years per linear second

impressed rockon

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my personal experience generally is the age of 15 years to 25 years people are receptivity/clever
25 to 40 still okay
40 plus
not many

but all hinges on their first 15 years/environment
 Quoting: aether


It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Envision two spheres spinning into one another. both spinning in opposite directions. When they come into 'contact' and stop one another creating angular momentum; Who will know the outcome?

Exactly, so keep your eyes and ears open (every sense and the totality of awareness) otherwise by supposition you may miss something.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


damn...that is a great image, Dion.

Glad you're back.
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It all depends on who their teachers are.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Envision two spheres spinning into one another. both spinning in opposite directions. When they come into 'contact' and stop one another creating angular momentum; Who will know the outcome?

Exactly, so keep your eyes and ears open (every sense and the totality of awareness) otherwise by supposition you may miss something.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


damn...that is a great image, Dion.

Glad you're back.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


that is a lovely practical description bump
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Envision two spheres spinning into one another. both spinning in opposite directions. When they come into 'contact' and stop one another creating angular momentum; Who will know the outcome?

Exactly, so keep your eyes and ears open (every sense and the totality of awareness) otherwise by supposition you may miss something.

 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


damn...that is a great image, Dion.

Glad you're back.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


that is a lovely practical description bump
 Quoting: aether


Third times the charm...


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Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


see you hover over the right reasons
hence you arrive at the right answers

nice tounge

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Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


see you hover over the right reasons
hence you arrive at the right answers

nice tounge
 Quoting: aether


I learned it, then read about Buddha, and knew I was on to something.

chuckle

Seriously though, this just comes naturally now, so it is extremely enjoyable as there is no thinking in the response.
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Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


see you hover over the right reasons
hence you arrive at the right answers

nice tounge
 Quoting: aether


I learned it, then read about Buddha, and knew I was on to something.

chuckle

Seriously though, this just comes naturally now, so it is extremely enjoyable as there is no thinking in the response.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes
i noticed your without thought
in avatar dress sense tounge
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Not just teachers, but their own personal sphere of influence and how it reacts to all other influences not coming from self, but from overall environment. Acceptance, attachments, denial, dismissive, trauma, passions, etc. The interacting exterior influences and the personal sphere...what is creating synergy, and what is causing disharmony, and how the spirit reacts to the constitute effects of those interactions.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


see you hover over the right reasons
hence you arrive at the right answers

nice tounge
 Quoting: aether


I learned it, then read about Buddha, and knew I was on to something.

chuckle

Seriously though, this just comes naturally now, so it is extremely enjoyable as there is no thinking in the response.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yes
i noticed your without thought
in avatar dress sense tounge
 Quoting: aether


I like it! nanni2
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I like it! nanni2
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subtle banana2
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I like it! nanni2
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subtle banana2
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lol

I like it too.


Do you have a link to a larger image?

What is between the bucks front legs? Is it a figure?


Reminds me of this video...



:)

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