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Lets change all that sticky you lot were throwing about with a nice song huh :)
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On another note....

It felt as though my Right side was being hit with an icy microwave last night.

It was ridiculously intense, even by my standards. And unusual, for my Right side to be 'shocked' as it were....

hmm

It was like an ASMR feedback loop had expanded to the entire Right thalamus. Repeatedly, and for at least an hour, did the 'microwave' sensation return....
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Ahh thanks pi, was that you I just felt :)
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On another note....

It felt as though my Right side was being hit with an icy microwave last night.

It was ridiculously intense, even by my standards. And unusual, for my Right side to be 'shocked' as it were....

hmm

It was like an ASMR feedback loop had expanded to the entire Right thalamus. Repeatedly, and for at least an hour, did the 'microwave' sensation return....
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I just felt exactly what you described ha, but on my left side lol, I thought you sent something nice my way :)
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Ahh thanks pi, was that you I just felt :)
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I just felt exactly what you described ha, but on my left side lol, I thought you sent something nice my way :)
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tounge

I'll probably channel/resonate for a bit longer before, hopefully, exhausting and falling asleep a sparking pile of cerebellar neurons

banana

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Ahh thanks pi, was that you I just felt :)
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I just felt exactly what you described ha, but on my left side lol, I thought you sent something nice my way :)
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tounge

I'll probably channel/resonate for a bit longer before, hopefully, exhausting and falling asleep a sparking pile of cerebellar neurons

banana
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Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
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That American flag under my handle has got to go.

But how, I wonder?

hmm
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That American flag under my handle has got to go.

But how, I wonder?

hmm
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if you use a free P -r 0 xy provider it will only last a day, a paid one will last as long as you use it.
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Ahh thanks pi, was that you I just felt :)
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I just felt exactly what you described ha, but on my left side lol, I thought you sent something nice my way :)
 Quoting: acuk



tounge

I'll probably channel/resonate for a bit longer before, hopefully, exhausting and falling asleep a sparking pile of cerebellar neurons

banana
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Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
 Quoting: acuk


Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
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Ahh thanks pi, was that you I just felt :)
 Quoting: acuk

I just felt exactly what you described ha, but on my left side lol, I thought you sent something nice my way :)
 Quoting: acuk



tounge

I'll probably channel/resonate for a bit longer before, hopefully, exhausting and falling asleep a sparking pile of cerebellar neurons

banana
 Quoting: pi


Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
 Quoting: acuk


Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
 Quoting: pi


Because of your understanding of neural pathways and the like, you understand the movement a lot better than me, I just imagine a snake, and direct it, I can pull it up from down low, instigating spinal shivers, or I can channel it around the brain, which is the one I like best, it literally is a snake crawling around inside my head, it builds with the twists and turns.
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tounge

I'll probably channel/resonate for a bit longer before, hopefully, exhausting and falling asleep a sparking pile of cerebellar neurons

banana
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Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
 Quoting: acuk


Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
 Quoting: pi


Because of your understanding of neural pathways and the like, you understand the movement a lot better than me, I just imagine a snake, and direct it, I can pull it up from down low, instigating spinal shivers, or I can channel it around the brain, which is the one I like best, it literally is a snake crawling around inside my head, it builds with the twists and turns.
 Quoting: acuk


Little snakes have this horrible habit of getting much bigger tounge

IdaStarSeeker


In neurological terms.... it (KundalinI) is powerful enough to manipulate neuroplasticity (learning, memory, et al). As a result.... mental 'snake charming' only ever gets easier, as KundalinI is re-structuring aspects of the brain so that it can be more readily and efficiently activated.
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Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
 Quoting: acuk


Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
 Quoting: pi


Because of your understanding of neural pathways and the like, you understand the movement a lot better than me, I just imagine a snake, and direct it, I can pull it up from down low, instigating spinal shivers, or I can channel it around the brain, which is the one I like best, it literally is a snake crawling around inside my head, it builds with the twists and turns.
 Quoting: acuk


Little snakes have this horrible habit of getting much bigger tounge

:IdaStarSeeker:


In neurological terms.... it (KundalinI) is powerful enough to manipulate neuroplasticity (learning, memory, et al). As a result.... mental 'snake charming' only ever gets easier, as KundalinI is re-structuring aspects of the brain so that it can be more readily and efficiently activated.
 Quoting: pi


Yes, the twists and turns are what makes it grow.

we used to have a pet snake at our house, he escaped and had a fight with our cat once, funny thing is they are called itchy and scratchy hahaha.

They have both passed away now, they are both missed.

Arrrg, my dog has chewed a few keys off my keyboard, it is very annoying to type.
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Yay, funday morning party.
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Cheers buds.


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Laterz gatorz.
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stay happy bro'

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Felt nice, still leaving a residue, whole left side.
 Quoting: acuk


Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
 Quoting: pi


Because of your understanding of neural pathways and the like, you understand the movement a lot better than me, I just imagine a snake, and direct it, I can pull it up from down low, instigating spinal shivers, or I can channel it around the brain, which is the one I like best, it literally is a snake crawling around inside my head, it builds with the twists and turns.
 Quoting: acuk


Little snakes have this horrible habit of getting much bigger tounge

:IdaStarSeeker:


In neurological terms.... it (KundalinI) is powerful enough to manipulate neuroplasticity (learning, memory, et al). As a result.... mental 'snake charming' only ever gets easier, as KundalinI is re-structuring aspects of the brain so that it can be more readily and efficiently activated.
 Quoting: pi


Weird weird weird. I wonder what you call this. How do people link up like this and why? I guess I'll say what happened to me, lol. A few days ago I put some chinese herbs on me for an ailment. That is why I thought I had this dream, because they were icy herbs. In the dream the night I put the poultice on, there was a snake and it slithered on me releasing this icy wet feeling I can't even describe. It was too much after a while and I pulled the snake off. Then, this is a gross part, I found what looked like a hair sticking out but wasn't and pulled and it was like never ending until it coiled at the end.
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Yes.... the feeling was indescribably blissful, a notch or two above regular Kriya vibes.

I looped the sensation when it wasn't 'feeding in'.... it led to some interesting mental 'corridors', as well.

I am still thinking of the best way to communicate the visual, somatic, and aural components of the whole thing.
 Quoting: pi


Because of your understanding of neural pathways and the like, you understand the movement a lot better than me, I just imagine a snake, and direct it, I can pull it up from down low, instigating spinal shivers, or I can channel it around the brain, which is the one I like best, it literally is a snake crawling around inside my head, it builds with the twists and turns.
 Quoting: acuk


Little snakes have this horrible habit of getting much bigger tounge

:IdaStarSeeker:


In neurological terms.... it (KundalinI) is powerful enough to manipulate neuroplasticity (learning, memory, et al). As a result.... mental 'snake charming' only ever gets easier, as KundalinI is re-structuring aspects of the brain so that it can be more readily and efficiently activated.
 Quoting: pi


Weird weird weird. I wonder what you call this. How do people link up like this and why? I guess I'll say what happened to me, lol. A few days ago I put some chinese herbs on me for an ailment. That is why I thought I had this dream, because they were icy herbs. In the dream the night I put the poultice on, there was a snake and it slithered on me releasing this icy wet feeling I can't even describe. It was too much after a while and I pulled the snake off. Then, this is a gross part, I found what looked like a hair sticking out but wasn't and pulled and it was like never ending until it coiled at the end.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27543704


Key word "pulled" "pull"

When muse posted about the book "reveal" I immediatly saw laever. .leaver...pull the leaver...then you posted a little later about gravity:-) I thought that was fitting.





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