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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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lol a little of both...but more curious about the sweating alone!
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A beautiful lady must never sweat alone...
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I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!

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Menopause?
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whew I hope not! I'm only 26 :)
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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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lol a little of both...but more curious about the sweating alone!
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A beautiful lady must never sweat alone...
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Are all Turkish Dr.s obsessed with sex?
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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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lol a little of both...but more curious about the sweating alone!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


A beautiful lady must never sweat alone...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32180353


Are all Turkish Dr.s obsessed with sex?
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not really sure...I know sex in a healthy relationship can be VERY beneficial for the body, but I could see that conversation going downhill REALLY fast.
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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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lol a little of both...but more curious about the sweating alone!
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A beautiful lady must never sweat alone...
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Are all Turkish Dr.s obsessed with sex?
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Not only sex, Hug is the most important part. Feeling to be one.
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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
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Obviously you're not the only one, OP. I am the same age as this poster and I also know there's something different going on to menopause.
I've experienced them for a year or so, I guess. Just as I am going to sleep. The heat makes me crave every bit of cool bedding I can touch! And the window wide open last night, in mid winter! Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

Strange, but I live in the UK - never been logged on as US before!

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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
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Obviously you're not the only one, OP. I am the same age as this poster and I also know there's something different going on to menopause.
I've experienced them for a year or so, I guess. Just as I am going to sleep. The heat makes me crave every bit of cool bedding I can touch! And the window wide open last night, in mid winter! Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

Strange, but I live in the UK - never been logged on as US before!
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Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

<<< time for some lightbody upgrades ;)
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


Obviously you're not the only one, OP. I am the same age as this poster and I also know there's something different going on to menopause.
I've experienced them for a year or so, I guess. Just as I am going to sleep. The heat makes me crave every bit of cool bedding I can touch! And the window wide open last night, in mid winter! Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

Strange, but I live in the UK - never been logged on as US before!
 Quoting: Marshwiggle


Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

<<< time for some lightbody upgrades ;)
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Bring it on, PLEESE!
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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


Obviously you're not the only one, OP. I am the same age as this poster and I also know there's something different going on to menopause.
I've experienced them for a year or so, I guess. Just as I am going to sleep. The heat makes me crave every bit of cool bedding I can touch! And the window wide open last night, in mid winter! Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

Strange, but I live in the UK - never been logged on as US before!
 Quoting: Marshwiggle


Also accompanied with intense tingling sensations and dna changes is what has come to mind over this time.

<<< time for some lightbody upgrades ;)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Bring it on, PLEESE!
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lol I am right there with you...ready and **patiently** (as much as I can) waiting!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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NO,Just the usual morning wood!
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NO,Just the usual morning wood!
funnyhaha
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lol can't say I've experienced that one :) perfect timing with the pic tho...
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It's hard, innit - you telling them, because you know that you are not getting sick, but having specific "rearrangement" of energies and all effects - they keep giving you [ rather contradicting ] diagnosis and telling to ... have sex...

Sometimes very often humanity is a bit disappointing :D
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It's hard, innit - you telling them, because you know that you are not getting sick, but having specific "rearrangement" of energies and all effects - they keep giving you [ rather contradicting ] diagnosis and telling to ... have sex...

Sometimes very often humanity is a bit disappointing :D
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agreed, at least a few understand...seems like some others are experiencing a large jump in these night sweats so maybe I'm not the only one!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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I'm 27 and I seem to relate to you in numerous ways judging by your threads. I also have the same sweats. It happened a lot as a child as well.
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I just read your post Mission and am responding.

Have been going through the night sweats for a few years now. I feel it is related to ENERGY, often what is happening with the sun cme;s and when the energies reach here - geo-thermal storms; as well as out moving closer to the galactic center, as well as my body changing at the cellular level - I am reminded of a line from Isaiah - "I will purify you in the furnace (of affliction). The HOLY FIRE.

I don't have a clear answer, I just have an inner 'knowing' that is is related to all of the above and my body changing, being able to handle higher frequencies.

I hope this helps...

By the way, it is now beginning to happen during the day, and when I am in close proximity to people who carry a lot of toxic energy in their bodies.

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I have had these off and on for many years. I have lyme and other co infections. Babesia, Lyme and Ehrlichia can cause night sweats. Took me over 10yrs for a doctor to take me seriously and get diagnosis. Hope you find out what is wrong.
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Before having a heart attack 18 years ago I was getting the sweats, now if it happens it's after a very bad dinner rich in FATS. As I fired my heart Dr. over three years ago. On my own heart health regiment, after reading the Calcium Bomb.

Another test for thyroid in the AM is the Basal Body Temperature Can Diagnose Hypothyroidism.

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I just read your post Mission and am responding.

Have been going through the night sweats for a few years now. I feel it is related to ENERGY, often what is happening with the sun cme;s and when the energies reach here - geo-thermal storms; as well as out moving closer to the galactic center, as well as my body changing at the cellular level - I am reminded of a line from Isaiah - "I will purify you in the furnace (of affliction). The HOLY FIRE.

I don't have a clear answer, I just have an inner 'knowing' that is is related to all of the above and my body changing, being able to handle higher frequencies.

I hope this helps...

By the way, it is now beginning to happen during the day, and when I am in close proximity to people who carry a lot of toxic energy in their bodies.

oneLOVE

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It's interesting you mentioned sweating around people with toxic energy. I have a class I only attend one day a week. Every time I'm in that class I start sweating. It's never hot, it's a very comfortable temperature. Tonight it was at it's worst. As soon as all the other students left and it was just me having a conversation with the professor, the sweating was gone.
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I just read your post Mission and am responding.

Have been going through the night sweats for a few years now. I feel it is related to ENERGY, often what is happening with the sun cme;s and when the energies reach here - geo-thermal storms; as well as out moving closer to the galactic center, as well as my body changing at the cellular level - I am reminded of a line from Isaiah - "I will purify you in the furnace (of affliction). The HOLY FIRE.

I don't have a clear answer, I just have an inner 'knowing' that is is related to all of the above and my body changing, being able to handle higher frequencies.

I hope this helps...

By the way, it is now beginning to happen during the day, and when I am in close proximity to people who carry a lot of toxic energy in their bodies.

oneLOVE

oneLOVEsoulJAH
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It's interesting you mentioned sweating around people with toxic energy. I have a class I only attend one day a week. Every time I'm in that class I start sweating. It's never hot, it's a very comfortable temperature. Tonight it was at it's worst. As soon as all the other students left and it was just me having a conversation with the professor, the sweating was gone.
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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
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I just read your post Mission and am responding.

Have been going through the night sweats for a few years now. I feel it is related to ENERGY, often what is happening with the sun cme;s and when the energies reach here - geo-thermal storms; as well as out moving closer to the galactic center, as well as my body changing at the cellular level - I am reminded of a line from Isaiah - "I will purify you in the furnace (of affliction). The HOLY FIRE.

I don't have a clear answer, I just have an inner 'knowing' that is is related to all of the above and my body changing, being able to handle higher frequencies.

I hope this helps...

By the way, it is now beginning to happen during the day, and when I am in close proximity to people who carry a lot of toxic energy in their bodies.

oneLOVE

oneLOVEsoulJAH
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Whew I feel you on giving off others toxic energies...I did finally come down with the 'flu' although I think it was energetic as I am bouncing back and have some higher senses than I have had in the past...I was sick for almost a week, and I usually am one to really keep my immune system in check. I am still having the night sweats tho, the last few nights I am still having them.

I have seen a few threads about cosmic rays recently...think these could be related as well?

I think our DNA/lightbody is sensitive to these energetic changes and we are shedding through some very real and toxic energies and literal toxins as our bodies begin to shift.
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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I'm 27 and I seem to relate to you in numerous ways judging by your threads. I also have the same sweats. It happened a lot as a child as well.
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We are about the same age :) I am not surprised...those around our age can really feel some of these changes if they are tuned in to them!
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Well said, we're experiencing an internal karma type process.

The course of the cycle has tragedy before triumph.

hf
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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Well said, we're experiencing an internal karma type process.

The course of the cycle has tragedy before triumph.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I agree...I go through total waves of emotion, been like this most of my life and have learned over time to try and manage it. Its this weird internal battle for yourself and defining who you are and what your place is in life.

We learn from this and get to finally know our true selves.
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Been getting night sweats for the last couple of weeks, never happened in my life up until now being 19 years old.

I used to be on a very low sleeping schedule due to insomnia but found a way to curve this problem like OP.

I feel disgusted upon waking up from these night sweats.
What sucks even more is these night sweats are commonly associated with bad dreams, VERY bad dreams.

Can't pin-point what is the cause but I've been dreading to go to sleep nowadays.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Well said, we're experiencing an internal karma type process.

The course of the cycle has tragedy before triumph.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I agree...I go through total waves of emotion, been like this most of my life and have learned over time to try and manage it. Its this weird internal battle for yourself and defining who you are and what your place is in life.

We learn from this and get to finally know our true selves.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I like what you said about energy in another thread i posted in.

We're very powerful bodies of energy exchanging outlets of infinite charges to anything that picks it up.

I think the brain/receiver has been kicked up a few notches and our bodies are compensating by flushing our bodies out through swear.

A cleansing. :)
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I feel like a lot of emotional bagagge is being cleared through our dreams and in our real life.

Things I have not thought about for YEARS are coming back up and I am having to deal with them...its hard to explain but if you experience that feeling or memory trigger its this wave of emotion that you have to deal with. I think our dreamlike state can sometimes help us with this...it can be very uncomfortable at times tho!
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Well said, we're experiencing an internal karma type process.

The course of the cycle has tragedy before triumph.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I agree...I go through total waves of emotion, been like this most of my life and have learned over time to try and manage it. Its this weird internal battle for yourself and defining who you are and what your place is in life.

We learn from this and get to finally know our true selves.
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I like what you said about energy in another thread i posted in.

We're very powerful bodies of energy exchanging outlets of infinite charges to anything that picks it up.

I think the brain/receiver has been kicked up a few notches and our bodies are compensating by flushing our bodies out through swear.

A cleansing. :)
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Thanks for reading my other thread :) WHich one did you post in? I don't have it set to update me when people post in an older thread!

I totally think our bodies/DNA act like an antennae to send/receive information to and from the environment around us. The more we tap in, the more we change and EVolve or DE-evolve (as most people are just zombies nowadays) tuning into the lower frequencies (what they eat, listen to, EMFs, etc around us)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
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Re: Night sweats anyone?
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Well said, we're experiencing an internal karma type process.

The course of the cycle has tragedy before triumph.

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607


I agree...I go through total waves of emotion, been like this most of my life and have learned over time to try and manage it. Its this weird internal battle for yourself and defining who you are and what your place is in life.

We learn from this and get to finally know our true selves.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


I like what you said about energy in another thread i posted in.

We're very powerful bodies of energy exchanging outlets of infinite charges to anything that picks it up.

I think the brain/receiver has been kicked up a few notches and our bodies are compensating by flushing our bodies out through swear.

A cleansing. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33399607



Thanks for reading my other thread :) WHich one did you post in? I don't have it set to update me when people post in an older thread!

I totally think our bodies/DNA act like an antennae to send/receive information to and from the environment around us. The more we tap in, the more we change and EVolve or DE-evolve (as most people are just zombies nowadays) tuning into the lower frequencies (what they eat, listen to, EMFs, etc around us)
 Quoting: MissionInvisible



OOps I read what you said wrong :) lol which other thread did you comment in?
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden

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