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Telepathy is REAL and happening NOW.

 
Wodensman  (OP)

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Luna Llena

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quote from link....GREAT....thanks op

From a shaman's point of view, what ordinary people are engaged in maintaining their livelihoods is not at all what it seems. Socially programmed reality is all part of a great, messy, millennia long factory process, by which "souls" are recycled in order to keep the group mind replenished, fixed, and unchanging—just like the computer generated reality in The Matrix. What shamans do is to reverse the polarity of life/death, Eros/Thanatos, and use their sex drive as energy or fuel to enter into the realms beyond death. Their aim is to cross over to "the border" and enter into "third person" existence, outside the false idea of the individual self, as defined by the group mind. This is the ultimate paradox of earthly existence: that individuality is an illusion which only true individuation can dispel, and that only by dying to the self can we begin to live as our selves. In the same way, the first person perspective of "I, me, mine," which we are all trapped inside, is actually being generated by the group mind; as such, it is anything but autonomous. The self we identify with is actually a fictional construct very much like a character in a novel. On the other hand, the third person identity, since it allows our individual selves to be what they are—momentary arrangements of molecules within a vast, infinite and eternal tapestry of cosmic awareness—is the only true "I" that exists. And so the dreamer awakes and becomes the dreamed, and what we once dreamed as "the other" becomes the dreamer, dreaming us. Leaving the group mind is the true "little death" for which the greatest orgasm in the universe is no substitute. But it can be the means.

When shamans enter into the subatomic realms of DNA, it is in order (like Neo) to read the code and access the true, fundamental text of existence. This furnishes them with the option, now they have reduced themselves to nothing and entered into the everything, of changing that script and rewriting the program of creation. Shamans then become the authors not only of their own reality but of everyone else's too, by means of that empathic transmission sourced in a full body merging with the collective, for the good of all. Lucid dreamers inside the waking dream of the group mind are in the world but not of the world. These shamans are not merely skywalkers but skywriters.

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In the human spirit, as in the universe, nothing is higher or lower; everything has equal rights to a common center which manifests its hidden existence precisely through this harmonic relationship between every part and itself. ~ Goethe
Luna Llena

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Skywriters in Hades - Part 1

[link to www.realitysandwich.com]

small portion of the article...

"How does shamanic ritual work? Why do humans get healed by seeing someone else perform a ritual? At first glance, the answer seems obvious: watching a ritual triggers an idea (we start thinking about healing), which then triggers a change (we are healed). This is how most of us think about thinking: sensations cause thoughts which cause physical responses. Shamanic ritual is a quintessential example of how such a thought process might work.

But this straightforward answer is probably wrong. Shamanic ritual does not cause us to think about being healed. Rather, shamanic ritual causes us to think we are doing the healing. From the perspective of the brain, the act of healing is not preceded by a separate idea, which we absorb via watching the shaman. The act itself is the healing. In other words, shamanic ritual works by convincing us that we are not watching a shamanic ritual. We think we are the shaman, doing the ritual."

Last Edited by Luna Llena on 09/28/2011 11:50 AM
In the human spirit, as in the universe, nothing is higher or lower; everything has equal rights to a common center which manifests its hidden existence precisely through this harmonic relationship between every part and itself. ~ Goethe
Wodensman  (OP)

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Skywriters in Hades - Part 1

[link to www.realitysandwich.com]
small portion of the article...

"How does shamanic ritual work? Why do humans get healed by seeing someone else perform a ritual? At first glance, the answer seems obvious: watching a ritual triggers an idea (we start thinking about healing), which then triggers a change (we are healed). This is how most of us think about thinking: sensations cause thoughts which cause physical responses. Shamanic ritual is a quintessential example of how such a thought process might work.

But this straightforward answer is probably wrong. Shamanic ritual does not cause us to think about being healed. Rather, shamanic ritual causes us to think we are doing the healing. From the perspective of the brain, the act of healing is not preceded by a separate idea, which we absorb via watching the shaman. The act itself is the healing. In other words, shamanic ritual works by convincing us that we are not watching a shamanic ritual. We think we are the shaman, doing the ritual."
 Quoting: Luna Llena


I'm very happy you enjoyed this article. There is so much for beginners, and long-time "knowers" to gain from reading it.
Kenaz Ansuz
Luna Llena

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10/01/2011 02:35 PM
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Skywriters in Hades - Part 1

[link to www.realitysandwich.com]

small portion of the article...

"How does shamanic ritual work? Why do humans get healed by seeing someone else perform a ritual? At first glance, the answer seems obvious: watching a ritual triggers an idea (we start thinking about healing), which then triggers a change (we are healed). This is how most of us think about thinking: sensations cause thoughts which cause physical responses. Shamanic ritual is a quintessential example of how such a thought process might work.

But this straightforward answer is probably wrong. Shamanic ritual does not cause us to think about being healed. Rather, shamanic ritual causes us to think we are doing the healing. From the perspective of the brain, the act of healing is not preceded by a separate idea, which we absorb via watching the shaman. The act itself is the healing. In other words, shamanic ritual works by convincing us that we are not watching a shamanic ritual. We think we are the shaman, doing the ritual."
 Quoting: Luna Llena


I'm very happy you enjoyed this article. There is so much for beginners, and long-time "knowers" to gain from reading it.
 Quoting: Wodensman


i purchased his book the Homo Serpiens. looks very interesting
In the human spirit, as in the universe, nothing is higher or lower; everything has equal rights to a common center which manifests its hidden existence precisely through this harmonic relationship between every part and itself. ~ Goethe
Wodensman  (OP)

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10/01/2011 04:34 PM
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Skywriters in Hades - Part 1

[link to www.realitysandwich.com]
small portion of the article...

"How does shamanic ritual work? Why do humans get healed by seeing someone else perform a ritual? At first glance, the answer seems obvious: watching a ritual triggers an idea (we start thinking about healing), which then triggers a change (we are healed). This is how most of us think about thinking: sensations cause thoughts which cause physical responses. Shamanic ritual is a quintessential example of how such a thought process might work.

But this straightforward answer is probably wrong. Shamanic ritual does not cause us to think about being healed. Rather, shamanic ritual causes us to think we are doing the healing. From the perspective of the brain, the act of healing is not preceded by a separate idea, which we absorb via watching the shaman. The act itself is the healing. In other words, shamanic ritual works by convincing us that we are not watching a shamanic ritual. We think we are the shaman, doing the ritual."
 Quoting: Luna Llena


I'm very happy you enjoyed this article. There is so much for beginners, and long-time "knowers" to gain from reading it.
 Quoting: Wodensman


i purchased his book the Homo Serpiens. looks very interesting
 Quoting: Luna Llena


Me too! Waiting for delivery. Also, You should check out Daniel Pinchbeck. His book, "Toward 2012" is very inspirational for the coming times. No doom and gloom, just perspectives and solutions.
Kenaz Ansuz
Luna Llena

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10/01/2011 04:41 PM
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Skywriters in Hades - Part 1

[link to www.realitysandwich.com]

small portion of the article...

"How does shamanic ritual work? Why do humans get healed by seeing someone else perform a ritual? At first glance, the answer seems obvious: watching a ritual triggers an idea (we start thinking about healing), which then triggers a change (we are healed). This is how most of us think about thinking: sensations cause thoughts which cause physical responses. Shamanic ritual is a quintessential example of how such a thought process might work.

But this straightforward answer is probably wrong. Shamanic ritual does not cause us to think about being healed. Rather, shamanic ritual causes us to think we are doing the healing. From the perspective of the brain, the act of healing is not preceded by a separate idea, which we absorb via watching the shaman. The act itself is the healing. In other words, shamanic ritual works by convincing us that we are not watching a shamanic ritual. We think we are the shaman, doing the ritual."
 Quoting: Luna Llena


I'm very happy you enjoyed this article. There is so much for beginners, and long-time "knowers" to gain from reading it.
 Quoting: Wodensman


i purchased his book the Homo Serpiens. looks very interesting
 Quoting: Luna Llena


Me too! Waiting for delivery. Also, You should check out Daniel Pinchbeck. His book, "Toward 2012" is very inspirational for the coming times. No doom and gloom, just perspectives and solutions.
 Quoting: Wodensman


Thanks Wodensman! Will check it our. I have mine, HS. I can tell he has read some book that I have by his references and art work. Haven't started it yet. Just skimming...He is brilliant but he feels open. Like...he would reconsider something if new evidence presented itself. You know...move like water.

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In the human spirit, as in the universe, nothing is higher or lower; everything has equal rights to a common center which manifests its hidden existence precisely through this harmonic relationship between every part and itself. ~ Goethe





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