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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Jesse Sovoda
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Well, the desired experience implies the undesired, LOL! However, I don't want to be completely flat about everything. I think it's all about acceptance, what do you think?
 Quoting: Unit3


While I'll ponder on your other post, it seems to me that not all desired experiences imply the undesired, if that is already not relevant.

[New perspective]
Let's say I want to go to Spain for a holiday, as an example. It is a desired experience, and it would be fun to get the Genius working, but not going is not undesired, just irrelevant. Content either way.

[Change of current perspective]
In the case of the kitten, I really want to create a change, as I am tired of chasing after it, so the desired experience does imply the undesired (resistance), if perception stays focused on the problem (even indirectly), which is relevant.

This, to me is the trickier part.
 Quoting: Ambra 30767611


How can you desire something if you don't un-desire something? If you are content if your desires aren't met, (if you don't get to go to Spain) then I think it's all irrelevant, but not so sure otherwise.

Yes, it is tricky to have a problem and change it without resistance. I know Chaol has said to relate to it differently to change perspective. I'm trying to figure out how to do this with a certain body function that slows down if I don't eat enough fiber! ;o(
 Quoting: Unit3


Another example.
If I desire a dog, I am not un-desiring my cat.

If the desire is opposite of the un-desired, than there is resistance about the un-desired. If the desire is just something new, I think it's different.
 Quoting: Ambra 30767611


The dog and the cat could be the same symbol, if you perceive them that way ("I only ever wanted one pet" or some other limiting belief). They certainly explore a lot of the same relationships. Same could be said for your "computer" (or anything else) though. If you desire a dog and a cat in tandem, then that would explore a different set of relationships than the dog or cat alone. Maybe this is where our concept of death comes from. Sometimes we need to move "something" out of the way to see the sun.
 
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