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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Chaol
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To create something new, rather than get something new.

(tuuuuur's representation of his "old" toy car is somewhat different as I interfered somewhat in the process in order to illustrate, similar to an interference with your 'island' query)
 Quoting: Chaol


Chaol, I love ya but I am confused. The bold above, you tell me to create something new.

You told me in a post (in the link below) that symbols we create ourselves are not as powerful. I can make my own sigils and would prefer to do so but because of the post in this link, I quit making them and started finding symbols...such as a lottery ticket.

Thread: Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking. (Page 175)

So, do you see why I am confused?
 Quoting: Unit3


Hi.

I believe you may have misinterpreted it. Please check again.
 Quoting: Chaol




I am sure I have probably misinterpreted. No problem with that. But, check what again? In the first post, I asked about using a symbol I received in meditation. You said no, it's not as powerful because it came from my mind.

Anyway, the question is: is it more powerful to start off with a new symbol I create myself, for example taking toothpicks and taping them together....or is it more powerful to find something, like purchase a lottery ticket, which is a new symbol to me?
 Quoting: Unit3


A purchased lottery ticket would not be a ~new symbol but one with meaning all ready.

The toothpicks would serve as a more effective symbol.

(For your reference, I think the quote you are talknig about is, "Just remember that when you draw the symbol you are not capturing its essence but only drawing a reference." I believe you were implying drawing symbols on paper, is that about it? I was just saying to make a new, physically-oriented symbol rather than drawing a symbol on paper. Either way, it should be something that can well-interact with your perspective... something as physical as you are.)
 
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