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Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.

 
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MAP YOUR BRAIN

Your brain needs mapping.

Mapping is and is not an instantaneous thing, start small and the effects will snowball.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

Genius allows one to focus perspective in order to perceive possibilities that draw one closer to goal....

follow the white rabbit, follow the synchronicities, follow the logical map, follow your genius.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

surrender and release expectations

MAP YOUR BRAIN
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MAP YOUR BRAIN

Your brain needs mapping.

Mapping is and is not an instantaneous thing, start small and the effects will snowball.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

Genius allows one to focus perspective in order to perceive possibilities that draw one closer to goal....

follow the white rabbit, follow the synchronicities, follow the logical map, follow your genius.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

surrender and release expectations

MAP YOUR BRAIN
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Excellent!

Is that you Justin?
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MAP YOUR BRAIN

Your brain needs mapping.

Mapping is and is not an instantaneous thing, start small and the effects will snowball.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

Genius allows one to focus perspective in order to perceive possibilities that draw one closer to goal....

follow the white rabbit, follow the synchronicities, follow the logical map, follow your genius.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

surrender and release expectations

MAP YOUR BRAIN
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Excellent!

Is that you Justin?
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Lol funniest thing ever (my perspective)
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MAP YOUR BRAIN

Your brain needs mapping.

Mapping is and is not an instantaneous thing, start small and the effects will snowball.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

Genius allows one to focus perspective in order to perceive possibilities that draw one closer to goal....

follow the white rabbit, follow the synchronicities, follow the logical map, follow your genius.

MAP YOUR BRAIN

surrender and release expectations

MAP YOUR BRAIN
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Thanks for the reminder not-Chaol hf
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Pretty cool (You already know this, but it's always awesome to be reminded)


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LOL! I usually don't get into doom threads but I am trying to watch metals, Russia, China, Europe and of course, USA!

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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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Pretty cool (You already know this, but it's always awesome to be reminded)


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This lecture is explaining The Law of Conservation of Energy: you are going to perceive the next easiest thing there is to see.

And, yeah. We all know this already. I hope.

But, this fellow does not know the basic tenet of Ecsys: change the geometry of a relationship, and you will perceive differently. Everything is already there. You just need to perceive differently in order to experience it.

Ecsys Prime: S=L(P^2-P)+ I

The lecturer in this video stresses effort and hard work. That is the old way. Unless you just want the physical workout, then why work so hard? Chaol's method makes all of this easy. Effortless.

I've worked my tail off all my life...and I mean hard, physical labor. Scratching about and making do and worrying and fretting over every penny. I am through with that. I did it for decades and now I don't want to do it like that anymore.

Chaol has recommended that we be something else that we don't care about. Well, I care about this a little bit, because I began my life with a healthy artistic streak in me, but then it went to the bottom of my list as life threw all sorts of other stuff at me. Here I am, forty years later, and I want to be an artist. More to the point, I want to be an "artisan". A craftsperson.

I don't care to do it for fame and fortune. I don't care if I am sitting in a cardboard box in a ditch while weaving twigs together or making unusual marks in the dirt. I want to do it because it thrills me. It makes me happy. It puts me in touch with my real self. I just want to make things. Cool things. Unique things. Creative things.

...and it does not bother me a bit to just give it all away. That makes more room to make more things, IMHO.

So. I guess I am already part-way there, according to what the man in the video is saying. Something that he does not mention is how the "conformers" flip out when they see that you are not conforming. I've had to dig deep for the attitude where I can ignore everybody else's alarm at "OMG! She's doing what she wants to do, and not what I want her to do!" It takes courage to follow one's own star and that can cause a lot of fear in other people.

But, I AM using Chaol's method...and it's working. Every day, I get a little bit better at whatever it is that I am playing with. More and more often, I am left alone to my own devices...to where I can do or not do whatever I feel like doing or not doing...and this feels like heaven to me.
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LOL! I usually don't get into doom threads but I am trying to watch metals, Russia, China, Europe and of course, USA!

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Can't believe I sucked into this again^^^^^^^.



As Chaol says,


Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe": July 18, 2012 - The Return of the Gods (Page 27)

"This war is not on Earth.

It is only "thought" with physical objects, not fought with machines.

It is a battle of perspective."
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Pretty cool (You already know this, but it's always awesome to be reminded)

[link to www.youtube.com]
 Quoting: MutantMessiah

This lecture is explaining The Law of Conservation of Energy: you are going to perceive the next easiest thing there is to see.

And, yeah. We all know this already. I hope.

But, this fellow does not know the basic tenet of Ecsys: change the geometry of a relationship, and you will perceive differently. Everything is already there. You just need to perceive differently in order to experience it.

Ecsys Prime: S=L(P^2-P)+ I

The lecturer in this video stresses effort and hard work. That is the old way. Unless you just want the physical workout, then why work so hard? Chaol's method makes all of this easy. Effortless.

I've worked my tail off all my life...and I mean hard, physical labor. Scratching about and making do and worrying and fretting over every penny. I am through with that. I did it for decades and now I don't want to do it like that anymore.

Chaol has recommended that we be something else that we don't care about. Well, I care about this a little bit, because I began my life with a healthy artistic streak in me, but then it went to the bottom of my list as life threw all sorts of other stuff at me. Here I am, forty years later, and I want to be an artist. More to the point, I want to be an "artisan". A craftsperson.

I don't care to do it for fame and fortune. I don't care if I am sitting in a cardboard box in a ditch while weaving twigs together or making unusual marks in the dirt. I want to do it because it thrills me. It makes me happy. It puts me in touch with my real self. I just want to make things. Cool things. Unique things. Creative things.

...and it does not bother me a bit to just give it all away. That makes more room to make more things, IMHO.

So. I guess I am already part-way there, according to what the man in the video is saying. Something that he does not mention is how the "conformers" flip out when they see that you are not conforming. I've had to dig deep for the attitude where I can ignore everybody else's alarm at "OMG! She's doing what she wants to do, and not what I want her to do!" It takes courage to follow one's own star and that can cause a lot of fear in other people.

But, I AM using Chaol's method...and it's working. Every day, I get a little bit better at whatever it is that I am playing with. More and more often, I am left alone to my own devices...to where I can do or not do whatever I feel like doing or not doing...and this feels like heaven to me.
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You know, that's the beauty of what we're learning. We don't have to sit in the dirt, with a cardboard box for a home to be an artist, once we know how to use the Genius.

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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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On my way J boy! hf
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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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On my way J boy! hf
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I'm a belieber!!!

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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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Symbols are representations for representations for representations for representations...

So map the relationships and become a BELIEBER!
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On my way J boy! hf
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I'm a belieber!!!


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Everything is easy with a bit of EC ;)
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The 0verlord's thread caught my attention also.

I'm happy to see it resonated with like minded individuals.

Exiting times for us all :)
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Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking. (Page 43)


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another question, will the illuminati try to stop that? or they are part of the story.

Thanks
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It's just a fantasy. It is not real. There is no conspiracy. There is only drama that we all participate in.

There is no one acting against you. Everything is in balance because, without balance, there is no "relative motion" and then nothing exists.


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another question, will the illuminati try to stop that? or they are part of the story.

Thanks
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It's just a fantasy. It is not real. There is no conspiracy. There is only drama that we all participate in.

There is no one acting against you. Everything is in balance because, without balance, there is no "relative motion" and then nothing exists.


 Quoting: Chaol

 Quoting: U3


Like minds! Was just reading through the earlier bits of this thread and this bit is so good and mind twisting (just the way I like it):

Chaol says:
"We have an innate sense for relativity (as our "body" is actually everything we perceive) and are in a constant state of "balancing" between what is relative to us at that moment and what is not. We seem to be moving through space and time because of this shifting balance, when any physical motion is, instead, abstract motion."

What???? Abstract??? So we're not really moving?! We just think we are? How interesting!
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The 0verlord's thread caught my attention also.

I'm happy to see it resonated with like minded individuals.

Exiting times for us all :)
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Yeah! I was sure most here would resonate with his words. He got my attention definitely :)
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If

"We illustrate the sudden lack of relativity of a person, place, or a thing, in our own logical narrative. A person cannot just disappear when it becomes much less relative. Depending on our own logic, they must develop an illness and die if they slowly become less relative. If their being becomes rapidly and vastly different from ours (perhaps because of a new bacterium or idea they had) then perhaps they die suddenly in an accident or move to an other country"

Then

We really should be creating our own drama or existence according to what we want! Maybe that's why Chaol says win the lottery first then pick your numbers (as an example). I can say I have been living my life differently and doing things in a different way since I discovered ecsys so I KNOW I'm on track! (That's my story and I'm sticking to it) 5a
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Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking. (Page 43)


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another question, will the illuminati try to stop that? or they are part of the story.

Thanks
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1484734



It's just a fantasy. It is not real. There is no conspiracy. There is only drama that we all participate in.

There is no one acting against you. Everything is in balance because, without balance, there is no "relative motion" and then nothing exists.


 Quoting: Chaol

 Quoting: U3


Like minds! Was just reading through the earlier bits of this thread and this bit is so good and mind twisting (just the way I like it):

Chaol says:
"We have an innate sense for relativity (as our "body" is actually everything we perceive) and are in a constant state of "balancing" between what is relative to us at that moment and what is not. We seem to be moving through space and time because of this shifting balance, when any physical motion is, instead, abstract motion."

What???? Abstract??? So we're not really moving?! We just think we are? How interesting!
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Yes, all we see are geometrial patterns. Our minds fill in the rest!

That whole post of Choal's is loaded. Here's another snippet from it:

"All times and spaces are in the here and now. Meaning, each is a value of the "now". Ancient Egypt, for example, is a particular value of the present civilization. It does not exist in the past. It exists entirely in the present. So does everything else."

We create past and future, right now! This is hard for me, dang it! I remember things from my childhood, lol!
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If

"We illustrate the sudden lack of relativity of a person, place, or a thing, in our own logical narrative. A person cannot just disappear when it becomes much less relative. Depending on our own logic, they must develop an illness and die if they slowly become less relative. If their being becomes rapidly and vastly different from ours (perhaps because of a new bacterium or idea they had) then perhaps they die suddenly in an accident or move to an other country"

Then

We really should be creating our own drama or existence according to what we want! Maybe that's why Chaol says win the lottery first then pick your numbers (as an example). I can say I have been living my life differently and doing things in a different way since I discovered ecsys so I KNOW I'm on track! (That's my story and I'm sticking to it) 5a
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Exactly. That's why it makes me laugh when I find myself going back to the "old" programming so easily!!!!

What all have you been doing with this knowledge? Learning Ec, using a Genius, becoming someone else....all the above? :o)
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If

"We illustrate the sudden lack of relativity of a person, place, or a thing, in our own logical narrative. A person cannot just disappear when it becomes much less relative. Depending on our own logic, they must develop an illness and die if they slowly become less relative. If their being becomes rapidly and vastly different from ours (perhaps because of a new bacterium or idea they had) then perhaps they die suddenly in an accident or move to an other country"

Then

We really should be creating our own drama or existence according to what we want! Maybe that's why Chaol says win the lottery first then pick your numbers (as an example). I can say I have been living my life differently and doing things in a different way since I discovered ecsys so I KNOW I'm on track! (That's my story and I'm sticking to it) 5a
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Exactly. That's why it makes me laugh when I find myself going back to the "old" programming so easily!!!!

What all have you been doing with this knowledge? Learning Ec, using a Genius, becoming someone else....all the above? :o)
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Well I can say I've stuck with learning to perceive reality using a new format (ecsys). The results are encouraging to say the least and if that's all that I've achieved, I'm VERY satisfied (personally, of course)

So basically, making genius models when/if required to change my perspective when/if required.

Following (or trying to follow) steadfastly the code of ecsys (daily reminder on my phone for all four of them) even if I don't do them, I am aware of them ;)

Daily use of my most used ec strings for various outcomes (not sure if continued use of same old same old string is advisable though as expansion is always just round the corner if needed)

Then general change of outlook. Looking at things in a different way (for example: we live in an endlessly flexible world depending on your imagination to get there i.e bridge from here to there. So just doing that and knowing what I've achieved so far (UK to Canada move) practically effortlessly is enough motivation to keep moving on tbh
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Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe": July 18, 2012 - The Return of the Gods (Page 27)

"This war is not on Earth.

It is only "thought" with physical objects, not fought with machines.

It is a battle of perspective."

 Quoting: U3


In R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz's book, The Temple in Man - Sacred Architecture and the Perfect Man, he devotes an entire chapter (Chapter II: Significance of the Crown of the Skull) to the different segments of the mind. From what I can tell, the ancient Egyptians recognized a "Divine" mind, a "natural" mind, and a "conscious" mind, which is the mortal mind belonging to the "Adamic Man". I have read the chapter a couple times, and am still not quite clear on what he is saying exactly, but he notes that there is a "conflict" between these segments. He calls it a "sufferance".

I propose that this involves the "battle of perspective" that Chaol alludes to.

U3 provided links to Lubicz's books, but I don't recall what page the links are on. I've read all three of them and recommend them highly. Lubicz is the fellow who spent 15 years studying the Temple at Luxor and he summarizes portions of ancient Egyptian philosophy that curtail nearly exactly with what Chaol has told us. In some cases, Lubicz explains it further.

(A bit of trivia: Egyptian statuary always indicated a line at the crown of the head. The upper part of the skull was partitioned from the rest of the body below. Even when making measurements of a person's height, the crown was not measured.)
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If

"We illustrate the sudden lack of relativity of a person, place, or a thing, in our own logical narrative. A person cannot just disappear when it becomes much less relative. Depending on our own logic, they must develop an illness and die if they slowly become less relative. If their being becomes rapidly and vastly different from ours (perhaps because of a new bacterium or idea they had) then perhaps they die suddenly in an accident or move to an other country"

Then

We really should be creating our own drama or existence according to what we want! Maybe that's why Chaol says win the lottery first then pick your numbers (as an example). I can say I have been living my life differently and doing things in a different way since I discovered ecsys so I KNOW I'm on track! (That's my story and I'm sticking to it) 5a
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Exactly. That's why it makes me laugh when I find myself going back to the "old" programming so easily!!!!

What all have you been doing with this knowledge? Learning Ec, using a Genius, becoming someone else....all the above? :o)
 Quoting: U3


Well I can say I've stuck with learning to perceive reality using a new format (ecsys). The results are encouraging to say the least and if that's all that I've achieved, I'm VERY satisfied (personally, of course)

So basically, making genius models when/if required to change my perspective when/if required.

Following (or trying to follow) steadfastly the code of ecsys (daily reminder on my phone for all four of them) even if I don't do them, I am aware of them ;)

Daily use of my most used ec strings for various outcomes (not sure if continued use of same old same old string is advisable though as expansion is always just round the corner if needed)

Then general change of outlook. Looking at things in a different way (for example: we live in an endlessly flexible world depending on your imagination to get there i.e bridge from here to there. So just doing that and knowing what I've achieved so far (UK to Canada move) practically effortlessly is enough motivation to keep moving on tbh
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I remember you. You made that move in like a month, didn't you? I would imagine it would be very encouraging to have that happen. Good for you.

I have started several Genius maps but somewhere along the way, I get lost as to what's happening. One problem has been I tried to do too many at once! :o) (I'm a glutton, heh)

So, I'm down to one right now. Although, since the symbols for some of the others keep showing up, I tend to do something to integrate them, anyway. It's hard not too.

I had a huge change of outlook once I ran across Chaol, too.
Nothing has ever made so much sense or changed my mind about so much. Now, if he would just come back!!!!

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What???? Abstract??? So we're not really moving?! We just think we are? How interesting!
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I am too lazy to go look for the citation, but Chaol told us to imagine that we're sitting in a car, looking out the window, watching the scenery go by. He says that the car is standing still. He says that this is you. You're still, not going anywhere, while the scenery is zipping past you.

In another post, he explains that when you are in a room, that the room is created by your perception of the room. He says that if you go outside and stand by a tree, that it is actually your perception reconfiguring the room so that you "seem" to now be outside standing by a tree.

If you ever stop to contemplate this and watch your movements, then realize that "you" are not really moving, it is pretty freaky.

I have been reading some long pages by Seth about "action". All reality is based on "action". Every teeny-tiny action causes a different reality.
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We create past and future, right now! This is hard for me, dang it! I remember things from my childhood, lol!
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Your memories are made in the moment.
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Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe": July 18, 2012 - The Return of the Gods (Page 27)

"This war is not on Earth.

It is only "thought" with physical objects, not fought with machines.

It is a battle of perspective."

 Quoting: U3


In R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz's book, The Temple in Man - Sacred Architecture and the Perfect Man, he devotes an entire chapter (Chapter II: Significance of the Crown of the Skull) to the different segments of the mind. From what I can tell, the ancient Egyptians recognized a "Divine" mind, a "natural" mind, and a "conscious" mind, which is the mortal mind belonging to the "Adamic Man". I have read the chapter a couple times, and am still not quite clear on what he is saying exactly, but he notes that there is a "conflict" between these segments. He calls it a "sufferance".

I propose that this involves the "battle of perspective" that Chaol alludes to.

U3 provided links to Lubicz's books, but I don't recall what page the links are on. I've read all three of them and recommend them highly. Lubicz is the fellow who spent 15 years studying the Temple at Luxor and he summarizes portions of ancient Egyptian philosophy that curtail nearly exactly with what Chaol has told us. In some cases, Lubicz explains it further.

(A bit of trivia: Egyptian statuary always indicated a line at the crown of the head. The upper part of the skull was partitioned from the rest of the body below. Even when making measurements of a person's height, the crown was not measured.)
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Wow, that's interesting. What does he say about the separation ofn the segments?

Do you remember that time, in one of the group dreams, I ate through a membrane to get into another room? I really felt I was just re-mapping the mind in that dream.

Unfortunately, the library is no longer available. They say it's lack of funds. I hope you downloaded some of the books. Anyway, here's the link to their forum:
[link to www.esotericonline.net]

Here's a link to a pdf of probably his most read book, The Temple in Man:

[link to arcaneadvisors.com]

Here's one to Ancient Egypt, Science and the Evolution of Consciousness:
[link to www.fatuma.net]

There are probably more.
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Daily use of my most used ec strings for various outcomes (not sure if continued use of same old same old string is advisable though as expansion is always just round the corner if needed)
 Quoting: Nahoti

I wonder about this too. Once I have employed an Ec string to describe a desired state, does that string always and forever describe that state?

Sometimes, when I find myself slipping into an "old", uncomfortable attitude, I will repeat an Ec string several times until I feel the warmth of the desired state returning.

But, I wonder about the "expansion" you mention. My favorite Ec string only has five neuronicons in it, and I have not felt a need to embellish it any more than that.

But, for some others, I DO feel a need for that expansion.

There are still some expressions for which I have yet to invent a string. I can't seem to settle on a definition for some things. One example: "beauty".
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Re: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
I decided to see how many books R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz wrote and went to his wikipedia page. This book was listed in the references for the page and it caught my eye, even though it isn't his book. I'm sure his work is mentioned in it.

Anyway, here's a pdf of The Spiritual Technology of Ancient Egypt by Edward Malowski. Here's an intro:

“Malkowski makes the daunting arcana of materialist-based quantum physics admirably comprehensible and shows how consciousness-based ‘new science’ effectively reproduces the sacred science of the ancients. "


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Re: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Biography of de Lubicz, titled:

René Schwaller de Lubicz and the Intelligence of the Heart
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Re: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Daily use of my most used ec strings for various outcomes (not sure if continued use of same old same old string is advisable though as expansion is always just round the corner if needed)
 Quoting: Nahoti

I wonder about this too. Once I have employed an Ec string to describe a desired state, does that string always and forever describe that state?

Sometimes, when I find myself slipping into an "old", uncomfortable attitude, I will repeat an Ec string several times until I feel the warmth of the desired state returning.

But, I wonder about the "expansion" you mention. My favorite Ec string only has five neuronicons in it, and I have not felt a need to embellish it any more than that.

But, for some others, I DO feel a need for that expansion.

There are still some expressions for which I have yet to invent a string. I can't seem to settle on a definition for some things. One example: "beauty".
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6853315


Ok how come I just made a string literally specifying "beauty" last week? This is freaky! Or very vain! Lol

I tweak my strings regularly depending on their performance hehe

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