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aether (OP)

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you are stuck with "it"
the it being
what only you
and it
know
it
to be tounge
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Which is what?

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


the moment fate
became destiny
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Interesting.

That is not really where I was going with it, but I like your thinking.


The point is Trust.

Having enough trust in the one who holds you aloft, that pushing onesSelf beyond what would be considered 'average' for her 'age' became little more than a challenge to overcome.


When the fear stuck her, the fear of falling, she remembered my words to her. She trusted that I would not 'let her fall'.

She was right.

I didn't.


:HOTH:

:)
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the foundation of all things real
is the feel
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the mirror reflects learning through love guidance,,

yet also teaches and reminds the teacher,, that regardless of all understanding,, greator requience,, needs not more too be learnt,, too fully understand the lesson of how to teach,,

some questions are the answers indeed,,

the blind often see with greator perspective,,

ignorance blissed,,

perhaps,,


much love,,
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I kind of like the word share instead of teach. To me, teach denotes someone over another person. idk,

I was just reading the story of iktome and the ducks:


One day Iktomi (Ik-toe-me) the Trickster was walking by a pond. Many ducks were singing and dancing at the pond. When Iktomi saw the ducks, he got hungry. He wanted to catch a few for his dinner. He had an idea. Iktomi filled a bag with grass (to make the bag look full) and threw it over his shoulder. Pretending he was in a hurry, Iktomi walked close to the pond so the ducks could see him. The curious ducks saw Iktomi with the bag on his back. They asked, "Where are you going?" "What is in your bag?"

Iktomi hurried along. "My friends, do not slow me down. I'm in a hurry!" he said.

But these ducks were very curious. They crowded around Iktomi. "All that I have in my bag is a bunch of magic songs," said Iktomi. "Oh, please let us hear your songs!" cried the ducks. Iktomi continued with his plan to trick the ducks. "OK, but first we must build a tepee," Iktomi said. "I can't sing my songs outside because they will escape into the air."

The ducks helped Iktomi build a tepee with sticks. Then they all went inside. Iktomi warned the ducks that they must do what he said or he would not share his songs. The ducks said, "We will do whatever you tell us to." Iktomi sang, "Dance with your eyes closed!" Each duck shut his eyes very tightly and danced hard.
Iktomi and the ducks While the ducks' eyes were closed, Iktomi quietly opened his bag and began hitting the ducks on their heads. One by one he put them into his bag. Because they were busy dancing with their eyes closed, the ducks did not see him coming. After a while, one of the ducks got very curious. He opened his eyes and saw Iktomi hurting his friends. He yelled to the other ducks, "Open your eyes! Look at what he is doing! Run! Fly away!" The ducks in the bag tried to get out. They bit Iktomi on the hand and on the nose. The ducks flew out through the opening of the tepee just in time. They were almost Iktomi's dinner.


The definition of blind is tricky. Awareness is probably the most accurate to what your saying in your post. Because awareness is not of the eyes.
I like reading your posts nobodyhf
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Page 1000....

Thanks for the thread aether... cheer flower flower flower

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An in imitation? They say imitation is the finest form of flattery, but I'm not sure that is it...

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


with a child it is flattery, with an adult it is creepy

I think the reason is because a child doesn't know who they are and are testing the waters. But with an adult, it is like they are trying on your clothes
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Well, adults imitate as children do. And certainly doesn't need be 'creepy'. It can be. The whole 'why are you copying me' bit, is Ego believing one owns what is being imitated. That is false ego and leads to resentment.


Once seen from a different vantage point, it become more clear.

If we see another acting/speaking/dressing what have you, in a manner that pleases us, we find a kind of common ground of mutual enjoyment.

Admiration.


Being part of the group...if you will.

Like this ---> :)


Truth Resonates...

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your words of intentionality carried power and became a sort of glyph of that power to her as she invoked them.
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Lovely.

Yes, a type of self soothing mantra based on our bond and her knowing that she is 'safe' in my presence.


:)

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Page 1000....

Thanks for the thread aether... cheer flower flower flower

TwinChannel
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thank you
realization right now is a bit of a strange feeling to me

like it tingles my tummy nervously a little knowing so much has occurred to on 1000
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Happy 1000th thread page Aether!!!

Have an awesome day everyone!!!
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please forgive see7,,

was viewing your eexperience as an antidote for a deeper overall life relevance,,

of course,, trust is the answer,,



much love,,
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Love...please don't apologize.

There are those I might accept an apology from over the course of my life, but you are not one of them.

And I do not dwell on needing apology, even from them.


No worries.

Please, speak freely.

Together we stand.

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An in imitation? They say imitation is the finest form of flattery, but I'm not sure that is it...

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


with a child it is flattery, with an adult it is creepy

I think the reason is because a child doesn't know who they are and are testing the waters. But with an adult, it is like they are trying on your clothes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


Well, adults imitate as children do. And certainly doesn't need be 'creepy'. It can be. The whole 'why are you copying me' bit, is Ego believing one owns what is being imitated. That is false ego and leads to resentment.


Once seen from a different vantage point, it become more clear.

If we see another acting/speaking/dressing what have you, in a manner that pleases us, we find a kind of common ground of mutual enjoyment.

Admiration.


Being part of the group...if you will.

Like this ---> :)


Truth Resonates...

:ColorWave:
 Quoting: Seer777


you get me out of my box thinking, lol which is really nice! Maybe that is where culture stems from?
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An in imitation? They say imitation is the finest form of flattery, but I'm not sure that is it...

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


with a child it is flattery, with an adult it is creepy

I think the reason is because a child doesn't know who they are and are testing the waters. But with an adult, it is like they are trying on your clothes
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


Well, adults imitate as children do. And certainly doesn't need be 'creepy'. It can be. The whole 'why are you copying me' bit, is Ego believing one owns what is being imitated. That is false ego and leads to resentment.


Once seen from a different vantage point, it become more clear.

If we see another acting/speaking/dressing what have you, in a manner that pleases us, we find a kind of common ground of mutual enjoyment.

Admiration.


Being part of the group...if you will.

Like this ---> :)


Truth Resonates...

ColorWave
 Quoting: Seer777


you get me out of my box thinking, lol which is really nice! Maybe that is where culture stems from?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


Could be eh? wink
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Page 1000....

Thanks for the thread aether... cheer flower flower flower

TwinChannel
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Nus
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My My, I'm here for 1000. G'day all.

Let's see if I get the ban hammer when I login. ;)
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My My, I'm here for 1000. G'day all.

Let's see if I get the ban hammer when I login. ;)
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banana


Welcome back...

BubbleReflection
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My My, I'm here for 1000. G'day all.

Let's see if I get the ban hammer when I login. ;)
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banana


Welcome back...

:BubbleReflection:
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LOL, My guess is .....not for long.
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
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LOL, My guess is .....not for long.
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Were you banned?

Interesting timing that was...


Either way...good see you.

You were missed.

WalktheLine

:)
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LOL, My guess is .....not for long.
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Were you banned?

Interesting timing that was...


Either way...good see you.

You were missed.

:WalktheLine:

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Cheers, you as well, likely a rotating thing via non subscription.
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Cheers, you as well, likely a rotating thing via non subscription.
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I see.

Perhaps we can remedy that.

:)
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.


Either way...I feel better.

ana
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.
 Quoting: Seer777


tounge

And the most powerful neuro-neuroreceptors are the MGluR's and the NMDAr's...

4 = TASTE: UMAMI: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Data... memory...
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.


Either way...I feel better.

ana
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
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ohyeah

cool2
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Olfactory response circumvents the pineal and as such has the strongest associative memory response.

Why this has popped to mind? who knows
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


chuckle

Who knows...
 Quoting: pi


tounge


I do.

At least, when I read his response I was engaged in an activity I have performed since early childhood which is based entirely around smell.
 Quoting: Seer777


tounge

And the most powerful neuro-neuroreceptors are the MGluR's and the NMDAr's...

4 = TASTE: UMAMI: [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: pi


Data... memory...
 Quoting: pi


However, like thoughts themselves, chemoreceptive as is the basis of dna. I'm guessing the first is glutamine based and the other to be possibly opioid based?
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However, like thoughts themselves, chemoreceptive as is the basis of dna.
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ohyeah

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

peace
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My Idea is pinioned to the premise that we may tap 'genetic' (field) memory. Remembering outside the box if you will.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

I wrote to another some days ago regarding said, and received little interest.

His request was for an interesting science experiment for his child to perform. I thought it clever. He did not.

tounge
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
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hey dion
1001 feels better than 1000
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Cheers Aether, Always Milleniarism vs Utopianism. ;)
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rockon

Utopianism is a facet i am pleased to possess


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