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Unfiltered conciousness and the golden age

 
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Adam and Eve set the mood for Millenia of Judeo Christian filters. The Inadequacies of women rife with Falling to temptation and misleading the loins of men to their intellectual doom.

It set the tempo for the hammer of the Malleus Maleficarum to seperate the final shards of natural wisdom to complete the subjugation begun with the flaying of Hypatia.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Subtle energies were overthrown for easily controlled panels of red and white.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


scratching
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Bliss and Trauma.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Honestly, In a way it's a euphemism for fuck it or fight it.
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The akashic records will soon be downloaded into everyone living after the three days of darkness. When it will occur is still a mystery unfortunately. It will happen before 2014 though, i know this from my trips to the astral.
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In his case and in mine there was absolutely no evidence of consciousness at all - neither in or outside the brain. No recollection of even the faintest dream, white light, nothing. The best way to explain the experience is the illustration of turning a computer on then on again. There was nothing in between - no concept of space or time - absolute nothing - and it is scares the hell our of my subconscious
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?Why? Would death then not be an eternity without pain?. No queueing in line and endless hours of waiting until we can test our mettle. It would be limitless.

If it's simply flicked on and off; We would be and then not.

What's to fear?
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


The fear of complete nothingness. Fear of loss of who you are and the fear that those you love most will be completely devoid of any existence or that have already passed from this life gone forever.
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All that is gone is the Idea and perspective point of what is. My contention is that unconcious reaction is exactly what the universe is. A constant reexamination through new eyes.

Do you need to exist as you for all eternity? To me that is terrifying.

Do you not think that you have influence in the material matter that makes you up in some degree that it contains the inflection of what is you? It is timeless.

At what degree of conciousness do you think you need to exist?

We live and influence through our works in ways that we can never fathom and all that is us echos. Do we do or must we only do for reward?
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The akashic records will soon be downloaded into everyone living after the three days of darkness. When it will occur is still a mystery unfortunately. It will happen before 2014 though, i know this from my trips to the astral.
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I need no definitive answer. As it defeats the purpose of feeling creation. All meaning is relative and quite relational to a perspective.

It is also directly related to the use of physical self/senses. As a temporal construct we are constrained by the relationships therein.

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One word: Spin. Namely the spiral. As we spiral outward we arrange everything that we percieve behind the turning line of awareness. It in turn arranges what we describe as self within us, projecting from within what was once external.
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One word: Spin. Namely the spiral. As we spiral outward we arrange everything that we percieve behind the turning line of awareness. It in turn arranges what we describe as self within us, projecting from within what was once external.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


We are vehicles to the unconcious.
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Subtle energies were overthrown for easily controlled panels of red and white.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


scratching
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Bliss and Trauma.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Honestly, In a way it's a euphemism for fuck it or fight it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

But in a strict balance of Morality sense.

If it feels wrong...you fight it.


However, there is bliss one must fight as well to stay moral.

The 'ripple' must always be heeded.


How easy it would be to give in to the temptation...

I believe that is why most fail.


All one need to do is let that guard down for but a moment...to be challenged once again. At least that has been my experience.


Some of it has been really awful...

...


However, once you rise above Self, trauma doesn't linger and can be utilized as a lesson for the greater good, growth, intention, and allows better tools for future balancing.

Duality2

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scratching
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Bliss and Trauma.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Honestly, In a way it's a euphemism for fuck it or fight it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

But in a strict balance of Morality sense.

If it feels wrong...you fight it.


However, there is bliss one must fight as well to stay moral.

The 'ripple' must always be heeded.


How easy it would be to give in to the temptation...

I believe that is why most fail.


All one need to do is let that guard down for but a moment...to be challenged once again. At least that has been my experience.


Some of it has been really awful...

...


However, once you rise above Self, trauma doesn't linger and can be utilized as a lesson for the greater good, growth, intention, and allows better tools for future balancing.

Duality2
 Quoting: Seer777


By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
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By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Well.

In the regard of which I speak, I was told directly not to. So I have fought it ever since...

ALL of it...

9 months worth.


Apparently, sexual energy is one of the greatest of creative energies...so when one denies those impulses, again and again, and pulls it up, it can then be utilized for greater breakthrough in the higher chakra energy centers.


Not easy though...

By any means.



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By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Well.

In the regard of which I speak, I was told directly not to. So I have fought it ever since...

ALL of it...

9 months worth.


Apparently, sexual energy is one of the greatest of creative energies...so when one denies those impulses, again and again, and pulls it up, it can then be utilized for greater breakthrough in the higher chakra energy centers.


Not easy though...

By any means.



dynamite

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 Quoting: Seer777


It is also quite prevalent in the acts of Tantra, requiring balanced energies in ritual to dually ascend. But, It takes just as much restraint.

Focus is always a key issue as we must attune to the Other (outside) energies. As with everything it relates to the wisdom to know how any act or word affects others.

And nothing of any worth is ever easy.
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By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Well.

In the regard of which I speak, I was told directly not to. So I have fought it ever since...

ALL of it...

9 months worth.


Apparently, sexual energy is one of the greatest of creative energies...so when one denies those impulses, again and again, and pulls it up, it can then be utilized for greater breakthrough in the higher chakra energy centers.


Not easy though...

By any means.



dynamite

tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


I found the party!
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By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Well.

In the regard of which I speak, I was told directly not to. So I have fought it ever since...

ALL of it...

9 months worth.


Apparently, sexual energy is one of the greatest of creative energies...so when one denies those impulses, again and again, and pulls it up, it can then be utilized for greater breakthrough in the higher chakra energy centers.


Not easy though...

By any means.



dynamite

tounge
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I found the party!
 Quoting: Obsequious Pachyderm


LOL, The embodiment of reactive over unfiltered conciousness.

Cheers!
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It is also quite prevalent in the acts of Tantra, requiring balanced energies in ritual to dually ascend. But, It takes just as much restraint.

Focus is always a key issue as we must attune to the Other (outside) energies. As with everything it relates to the wisdom to know how any act or word affects others.

And nothing of any worth is ever easy.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


:)

Agreed...beautifully said.


Thanks love.

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I found the party!
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damned
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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I found the party!
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damned
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l o l...
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It is also quite prevalent in the acts of Tantra, requiring balanced energies in ritual to dually ascend. But, It takes just as much restraint.

Focus is always a key issue as we must attune to the Other (outside) energies. As with everything it relates to the wisdom to know how any act or word affects others.

And nothing of any worth is ever easy.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


:)

Agreed...beautifully said.


Thanks love.

hugs
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No worries, You won't and can't ever waste time. So, never hurry yourself or submit to others ascribed doubts.

And since you folks like video's:

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No worries, You won't and can't ever waste time. So, never hurry yourself or submit to others ascribed doubts.

And since you folks like video's:


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'Time' has different meaning to me as it once did. When a week can stretch into a lifetime, reality alters in dramatic fashion. However, I do often still feel pressed as if rushing toward something I can't quite see, which causes me great distress due my Nature...


Bend or break.


What a ride...

Wow.


Scratching but the surface.


Turtle power...


Hiding


In


Plain


Sight.




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No worries, You won't and can't ever waste time. So, never hurry yourself or submit to others ascribed doubts.

And since you folks like video's:


 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


'Time' has different meaning to me as it once did. When a week can stretch into a lifetime, reality alters in dramatic fashion. However, I do often still feel pressed as if rushing toward something I can't quite see, which causes me great distress due my Nature...


Bend or break.


What a ride...

Wow.


Scratching but the surface.


Turtle power...


Hiding


In


Plain


Sight.




tounge
 Quoting: Seer777


Cheers! Off to an early slumber. Walk slow and take it all in.
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One word: Spin. Namely the spiral. As we spiral outward we arrange everything that we percieve behind the turning line of awareness. It in turn arranges what we describe as self within us, projecting from within what was once external.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Pure Isness,total coherance, but to bring everything about there had to be an initial decoherence. The retracing of the spiral, the backtrack on the straight and narrow line. The tide is starting to turn towards another epoch. We are returning back from whence we came! Total recohering, our world as we know it will be gone,PROJECTING FROM WITHIN WHAT WAS ONCE EXTERNAL. That sure strikes gongs,beats drums, the works!rockon
“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” – Carl Sagan
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One word: Spin. Namely the spiral. As we spiral outward we arrange everything that we percieve behind the turning line of awareness. It in turn arranges what we describe as self within us, projecting from within what was once external.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Pure Isness,total coherance, but to bring everything about there had to be an initial decoherence. The retracing of the spiral, the backtrack on the straight and narrow line. The tide is starting to turn towards another epoch. We are returning back from whence we came! Total recohering, our world as we know it will be gone,PROJECTING FROM WITHIN WHAT WAS ONCE EXTERNAL. That sure strikes gongs,beats drums, the works!rockon
 Quoting: shadasonic


Focus is what I am getting rather than de coherence. In short, allowing the focusing, not of sense organs, but the whole of being on that which is coming silently into our sight.

I'll explain myself later...
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Third tractate: The knowing hypostases and the transcendent

Written by Plotinus, 250 AD

1. Are we to think that a being knowing itself must contain diversity, that self-knowledge can be affirmed only when some one phase of the self perceives other phases, and that therefore an absolutely simplex entity would be equally incapable of introversion and of self-awareness?

No: a being that has no parts or phases may have this consciousness; in fact there would be no real self-knowing in an entity presented as knowing itself in virtue of being a compound- some single element in it perceiving other elements- as we may know our own form and entire bodily organism by sense-perception: such knowing does not cover the whole field; the knowing element has not had the required cognisance at once of its associates and of itself; this is not the self-knower asked for; it is merely something that knows something else.

Either we must exhibit the self-knowing of an uncompounded being- and show how that is possible- or abandon the belief that any being can possess veritable self-cognition.

To abandon the belief is not possible in view of the many absurdities thus entailed.



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One word: Spin. Namely the spiral. As we spiral outward we arrange everything that we percieve behind the turning line of awareness. It in turn arranges what we describe as self within us, projecting from within what was once external.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Pure Isness,total coherance, but to bring everything about there had to be an initial decoherence. The retracing of the spiral, the backtrack on the straight and narrow line. The tide is starting to turn towards another epoch. We are returning back from whence we came! Total recohering, our world as we know it will be gone,PROJECTING FROM WITHIN WHAT WAS ONCE EXTERNAL. That sure strikes gongs,beats drums, the works!rockon
 Quoting: shadasonic


Focus is what I am getting rather than de coherence. In short, allowing the focusing, not of sense organs, but the whole of being on that which is coming silently into our sight.

I'll explain myself later...
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


But, understanding of the Logos may suffice as a abbreviated statement.

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Bliss and Trauma.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Honestly, In a way it's a euphemism for fuck it or fight it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

But in a strict balance of Morality sense.

If it feels wrong...you fight it.


However, there is bliss one must fight as well to stay moral.

The 'ripple' must always be heeded.


How easy it would be to give in to the temptation...

I believe that is why most fail.


All one need to do is let that guard down for but a moment...to be challenged once again. At least that has been my experience.


Some of it has been really awful...

...


However, once you rise above Self, trauma doesn't linger and can be utilized as a lesson for the greater good, growth, intention, and allows better tools for future balancing.

Duality2
 Quoting: Seer777


By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


My moral compass as a generality, is fairly simple.

An act that knowingly violates or impacts in a negative manner another's Free Will, is morally wrong.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Honestly, In a way it's a euphemism for fuck it or fight it.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


Yes.

But in a strict balance of Morality sense.

If it feels wrong...you fight it.


However, there is bliss one must fight as well to stay moral.

The 'ripple' must always be heeded.


How easy it would be to give in to the temptation...

I believe that is why most fail.


All one need to do is let that guard down for but a moment...to be challenged once again. At least that has been my experience.


Some of it has been really awful...

...


However, once you rise above Self, trauma doesn't linger and can be utilized as a lesson for the greater good, growth, intention, and allows better tools for future balancing.

Duality2
 Quoting: Seer777


By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


My moral compass as a generality, is fairly simple.

An act that knowingly violates or impacts in a negative manner another's Free Will, is morally wrong.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Good, we're agreed then: use the whole of awareness to inclusive goodness.
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The more we know:

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Yes.

But in a strict balance of Morality sense.

If it feels wrong...you fight it.


However, there is bliss one must fight as well to stay moral.

The 'ripple' must always be heeded.


How easy it would be to give in to the temptation...

I believe that is why most fail.


All one need to do is let that guard down for but a moment...to be challenged once again. At least that has been my experience.


Some of it has been really awful...

...


However, once you rise above Self, trauma doesn't linger and can be utilized as a lesson for the greater good, growth, intention, and allows better tools for future balancing.

Duality2
 Quoting: Seer777


By which Moral compass though? : Everything in Moderation or everything as ostensible Sin?

My personal interpretation is an act or word that will in turn propagate the most creative impetus to the most people.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


My moral compass as a generality, is fairly simple.

An act that knowingly violates or impacts in a negative manner another's Free Will, is morally wrong.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Good, we're agreed then: use the whole of awareness to inclusive goodness.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


We're agreed.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Live Science says those calendar symbols are ...


“...complex indeed, featuring stacked bars and dots representing fives and ones and recording lunar cycles in six-month chunks of time. ... The Maya recorded time in a series of cycles, … called baktuns. … In one column, the ancient scribe even worked out a cycle of time recording 17 baktuns.”


That 17 baktuns means time will extend 7,000 years into the future — contradicting the previous Mayan calendar that resulted in end of the world rumors.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Live Science says those calendar symbols are ...


“...complex indeed, featuring stacked bars and dots representing fives and ones and recording lunar cycles in six-month chunks of time. ... The Maya recorded time in a series of cycles, … called baktuns. … In one column, the ancient scribe even worked out a cycle of time recording 17 baktuns.”


That 17 baktuns means time will extend 7,000 years into the future — contradicting the previous Mayan calendar that resulted in end of the world rumors.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


It does sound much like McKenna's theoretical transcription of the hexagrammatical I'ching into timewave zero.

Novelty collapses on the 17th, but my guess is that it will be irrelevent.

All that is relevant ,in my estimation, is the need to create with greater inclusion and responsibility.

All else is smoke.
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Live Science says those calendar symbols are ...


“...complex indeed, featuring stacked bars and dots representing fives and ones and recording lunar cycles in six-month chunks of time. ... The Maya recorded time in a series of cycles, … called baktuns. … In one column, the ancient scribe even worked out a cycle of time recording 17 baktuns.”


That 17 baktuns means time will extend 7,000 years into the future — contradicting the previous Mayan calendar that resulted in end of the world rumors.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


It does sound much like McKenna's theoretical transcription of the hexagrammatical I'ching into timewave zero.

Novelty collapses on the 17th, but my guess is that it will be irrelevent.

All that is relevant ,in my estimation, is the need to create with greater inclusion and responsibility.

All else is smoke.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


There is no reason to think otherwise.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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Live Science says those calendar symbols are ...


“...complex indeed, featuring stacked bars and dots representing fives and ones and recording lunar cycles in six-month chunks of time. ... The Maya recorded time in a series of cycles, … called baktuns. … In one column, the ancient scribe even worked out a cycle of time recording 17 baktuns.”


That 17 baktuns means time will extend 7,000 years into the future — contradicting the previous Mayan calendar that resulted in end of the world rumors.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


It does sound much like McKenna's theoretical transcription of the hexagrammatical I'ching into timewave zero.

Novelty collapses on the 17th, but my guess is that it will be irrelevent.

All that is relevant ,in my estimation, is the need to create with greater inclusion and responsibility.

All else is smoke.
 Quoting: Dionysian Fullaflattus


There is no reason to think otherwise.
 Quoting: Swinging on Spirals


Then why is it that most minds are 'stuck' on the theory that we need incontrovertible evidence that a source is in control.

It defies every logic of creative awareness.

There are subtle patterns in place which clearly denote outcomes and repetition/ actions and reactions.

So many obsessed with beating the house or obsequiously serving it.

We are the house and the reflection of the architect.

This is rhetorical, as I know you already know the answer.

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