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aether (OP)

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The whole reincarnation and rebirth, are you saying those now who are birthed are like new, no memory, and the archetypes cannot birth here so they 'attach'(not right word there) to the ones birthed and live vicariously through them?
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we change our archetypes to fit the natural archetypes who`s affect we originally modeled our thought formed archetypes around

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This is the moment yesterday went awry...

Wouldn't it be wonderful as an OP of a thread, to be able to block AC's and not just registered members? Why is this feature not available?


Red bold and everything...

Yikes.


W I D E B E R T H.

damned
 Quoting: Seer777

 Quoting: Seer777


That was pretty weird.

She seems to have cooled down a little.

RE: post on whaling, if memory serves and they are indeed the same person.
 Quoting: pi


hey pi how are you going rockon
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This is the moment yesterday went awry...

Wouldn't it be wonderful as an OP of a thread, to be able to block AC's and not just registered members? Why is this feature not available?


Red bold and everything...

Yikes.


W I D E B E R T H.

damned
 Quoting: Seer777

 Quoting: Seer777


That was pretty weird.

She seems to have cooled down a little.

RE: post on whaling, if memory serves and they are indeed the same person.
 Quoting: pi


hey pi how are you going rockon
 Quoting: aether


I am fine. You? :)

Got to admit.... talking with Pachy last night left me a little "spun".
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The whole reincarnation and rebirth, are you saying those now who are birthed are like new, no memory, and the archetypes cannot birth here so they 'attach'(not right word there) to the ones birthed and live vicariously through them?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


we change our archetypes to fit the natural archetypes who`s affect we originally modeled our thought formed archetypes around
 Quoting: aether


tongue twister, lol
still confusing...but getting there
hmmm, gonna think on this a while
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one little trick to revitalize stagnate energy in the home

lol do a salt wash with natural salt!!!
 Quoting: >~* Flutterby Fringe*~<


hmm

This idea of 'washing' seems to be a theme.

Let's see where it goes...

My spine has been tingling all day.


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lavandula
The English word lavender is generally thought to be derived from Old French lavandre, ultimately from the Latin lavare (to wash), referring to the use of infusions of the plants. [5] The botanic name Lavandula as used by Linnaeus is considered to be derived from this and other European vernacular names for the plants. However it is suggested that this explanation may be apocryphal, and that the name may actually be derived from Latin livere, "blueish".
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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YES
 Quoting: pi


You're right, it's a clue.
 Quoting: Obsequious Pachyderm


One that continues to resurface it seems.

Hydrating balms being all the rage.


Lotion:

from Latin a washing

lol.
 Quoting: Seer777


:)
 Quoting: Seer777
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lavandula
The English word lavender is generally thought to be derived from Old French lavandre, ultimately from the Latin lavare (to wash), referring to the use of infusions of the plants. [5] The botanic name Lavandula as used by Linnaeus is considered to be derived from this and other European vernacular names for the plants. However it is suggested that this explanation may be apocryphal, and that the name may actually be derived from Latin livere, "blueish".
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
whoops
aether (OP)

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This is the moment yesterday went awry...

...

 Quoting: Seer777


That was pretty weird.

She seems to have cooled down a little.

RE: post on whaling, if memory serves and they are indeed the same person.
 Quoting: pi


hey pi how are you going rockon
 Quoting: aether


I am fine. You? :)

Got to admit.... talking with Pachy last night left me a little "spun".
 Quoting: pi


haha
sorry to laugh
it is the way you told that
i still have the giggles
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That was pretty weird.

She seems to have cooled down a little.

RE: post on whaling, if memory serves and they are indeed the same person.
 Quoting: pi


hey pi how are you going rockon
 Quoting: aether


I am fine. You? :)

Got to admit.... talking with Pachy last night left me a little "spun".
 Quoting: pi


haha
sorry to laugh
it is the way you told that
i still have the giggles
 Quoting: aether


wink

stoned
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Got to admit.... talking with Pachy last night left me a little "spun".
 Quoting: pi


Yes, it was a comment from him which added to yesterdays introspection for myself.

As I had to reexamine some things.


I found clarity later last night after speaking to aether.

:)

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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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Got to admit.... talking with Pachy last night left me a little "spun".
 Quoting: pi


Yes, it was a comment from him which added to yesterdays introspection for myself.

As I had to reexamine some things.


I found clarity later last night after speaking to aether.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Yes, I ought to keep that in mind.

We are certainly honoured to have someone like aether around. :)
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strange though without listening to seer i would have not noticed, that is how used i have become to lifestyle
automatic acceptance until one hears meaningful reasons to think about it
then i instantly saw seers point
but left to my own devises i would not have thought about it thus i condone it by my silence
obvious now
but before today on that topic
is was not
 Quoting: aether


That's kinda the whole point love.

We InSpire each other. That is why speed can be such a factor when catching the wave as it rises.

Bouncing off each other until we get a more complete picture of what we are viewing. Opening new doors or avenue of thought.

Like a spark.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


It has nothing to do with speed, rather placement. Put yourself in the right place to catch the wave and the complimentary effect could be construed as such.

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Yes, I ought to keep that in mind.

We are certainly honoured to have someone like aether around. :)
 Quoting: pi


Did you read the bit about the memory loss and the eyebrows?

tounge



Agreed.

Listening
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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hey dion,, happy german beer night,,



much love,,
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It has nothing to do with speed, rather placement. Put yourself in the right place to catch the wave and the complimentary effect could be construed as such.


 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


When I referenced 'speed' I meant attempting to reduce the distractions which causes the lulls. For example, if we get a really good wave going, interference can come in and completely disrupt it, essentially freezing everything in place.

Within those lulls, is where the wave can be lost, if not tightly gripped.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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hey dion,, happy german beer night,,



much love,,
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Cheers, I shall libate and lubricationallly bilocate shortly.

them thars drinkin' words if I ever did see 'dem.
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Yes, I ought to keep that in mind.

We are certainly honoured to have someone like aether around. :)
 Quoting: pi


Did you read the bit about the memory loss and the eyebrows?

tounge



Agreed.

Listening
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Sounds familiar... on "X Marks the Spot"? hmm

By the way, I love that picture.

peace
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It has nothing to do with speed, rather placement. Put yourself in the right place to catch the wave and the complimentary effect could be construed as such.


 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


When I referenced 'speed' I meant attempting to reduce the distractions which causes the lulls. For example, if we get a really good wave going, interference can come in and completely disrupt it, essentially freezing everything in place.

Within those lulls, is where the wave can be lost, if not tightly gripped.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


So do I as speed is referenced in processing power and is thus relational rather than a direct baseline.

I feel most concentrated and aware in what most would construe chaotic and bombastic circumstances.
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It has nothing to do with speed, rather placement. Put yourself in the right place to catch the wave and the complimentary effect could be construed as such.


 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


When I referenced 'speed' I meant attempting to reduce the distractions which causes the lulls. For example, if we get a really good wave going, interference can come in and completely disrupt it, essentially freezing everything in place.

Within those lulls, is where the wave can be lost, if not tightly gripped.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


So do I as speed is referenced in processing power and is thus relational rather than a direct baseline.

I feel most concentrated and aware in what most would construe chaotic and bombastic circumstances.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Nothing can be lost that you habitate on the skin of.
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Damn... re-posted a kundalini mantra and sun power mantra on "Is the Nobody still out there?" and Pachy was online for a bit, then he vanished. hmm
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hey dion,,

as often is the case,, this one's rest,, lies only within a non-mutual recognised reconcilliation,, of a far
beyond multi-personality disorder perspective,,

all relevance is anothers choice when clarity is an allowed definement,, especially and also within,, a perspectice never known when fully sobered,,

bottoms up indeed,,



much love,,
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Nothing can be lost that you habitate on the skin of.
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Living on the wave IOW...

Love that.

WaveLength

:)
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Damn... re-posted a kundalini mantra and sun power mantra on "Is the Nobody still out there?" and Pachy was online for a bit, then he vanished. hmm
 Quoting: pi


He occasionally disappears for weeks at a time. I wouldn't worry about it.

:)
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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this is beginning to make better sense

Mainstreams biggest problem is assuming protons and nuetrons are made up of internal charges, yet somehow an electron is not. Phhht. Either it is a conductor made up of internal charges, or a cloud of charges orbiting the proton and neutron that we mistake for a single particle. Perhaps it doesnt emit EM energy because that energy is used to power the atom. People that think energy comes from external sources will never find the answer to the atom. It is self powered just as our solar system is self powered from every single atom that makes it up. Just as a cloud of plasma with electric current is self powered. Surely one does not believe that the ions and electrons making up a cloud of plasma requires outside current when it is the interaction of those said ions and protons that cause the current? If said interaction merely transfers outside energy, then we deffinately need to revise our description of space plasma. We assume said interaction causes the current observed, yet then have this silly idea that all current is external. Phhht. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


remembering all is within aether and it`s dimensional structure
and
remembering synergy

 Quoting: aether


In the EU model, the solar system IS powered from outside. Every "state" of the solar system can be explained by forces from outside. For example,the sun's spin rate is a function of current flow to the sun. The sun's spin direction is dependent on the direction of the current filament,same with the orbital plane of the planets. As a matter of fact,it is only when we consider that the solar system is powered from the inside (gravitational collapse), that we end up with problems, like the anomalous distribution of angular momentum between the sun and planets.
As far as atoms, much of what we see is also driven from the outside. An atom emitting a photon after absorbing one from outside, or nuclear decay rates being altered by external electric fields, are both examples of atomic events driven from outside. The latter being a fairly recent discovery,with the mainstream believing that radioactive decay could be understood by looking at the nucleus itself.
This makes us look at this question again: Is an atom powered internally or externally? As we point out, the mainstream sees an atom as an amalgam of four different forces. Could it be that this problem of needing four forces, is that we are trying to understand an atom as being powered and shaped by forces from within? Perhaps we can explain an atom's behavior from the outside? If radioactive decay rates are dependent on the outside electric field, have we not already gotten rid of one of the seemingly independent forces? [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
 Quoting: observation


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this year seems quite long already tounge
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Nothing can be lost that you habitate on the skin of.
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Living on the wave IOW...

Love that.

WaveLength

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


that is one of my favorite emotional prompts hugs
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that is one of my favorite emotional prompts hugs
 Quoting: aether


:)

That's what it feels like...



Mmmmmm....don't you just love it when you're meditating and someone kicks the couch.

I've hurt my neck a few times that way.

tounge
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that is one of my favorite emotional prompts hugs
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:)

That's what it feels like...



Mmmmmm....don't you just love it when you're meditating and someone kicks the couch.

I've hurt my neck a few times that way.

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


tounge
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this year seems quite long already tounge
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The cool attracts electrons. Electrons stipple data upon you and with added weight upon it old skin tears off easier (concious and subconcious memory).
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Just out of curiosity Aether ... what is your reaction to these ?

shefire




hefire
Spirituality must be lived, not just studied. All the books in the world will NOT help us if we do not live what we learn.

"You can lead a person to knowledge, but You can't make them think"

"It is Balance That I seek"

"Somewhere beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing,
there is a Garden , The Balance. I’ll meet you there."

ENFJ-A " the Protagonist"

“The heart and mind must be brought into perfect equilibrium before true thinking or true spirituality can be attained. The highest function of the mind is reason; the highest function of the heart is intuition, a sensing process not necessitating the normal working of the mind.” ~Manly P. Hall

Love, Faith, and Hope to All hugs

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Just out of curiosity Aether ... what is your reaction to these ?

shefire




hefire
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the top one when i go in
i can go through/forward as in:
ahead/forward as far as i wish
up
down
3 directions excluding using my way in to come out
so three ways to somewhere else not here

the bottom one i can go ahead/forward as far as i wish
no up or down option
out as i came in the same as first one
but
this one encourages me to enter and stay within it and enjoy a process of varied experience
all pleasurable
actually within reason and motive
whoa

haha

i`m out now
tempting but i would need to be with the one i love
is the sensation

lovely


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