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  • Hi Bob, eh? That's a nice excuse for something that seperates us so deeply. We think it's a way to join-up forces in the scattered way that is the disorderly universe. Through and through we are all not even one and there is no other way, religous natural or otherwise :-) -Peace --- medit8ionsociety wrote: > > "Why do we need religion? It helps us go within and find that we > are...
    Jason Fishman Feb 28, 2005
  • Hi Tony, Thats not quite what I was getting at. You don't decide to explode the world that you are the creator of, nor do you get to dissect it, due to some readiness to do so. If you take the quality of karma as a guide, then following the path of certain ideals will get the experience to manifest, that would be the readiness, like preparing for a camping trip or a picnic. The...
    Jason Fishman Feb 21, 2005
  • Hi Tony, It means the dissection of reality, it means cutting to the quick of how self is defined, as well as, what one takes as not-self. It's a disposition of bounderies between what is sensed and that which senses. It means, if you know words or any other object, like thought, it's as the reflection of the interpersonal in relation to the extropersonal contrast of self...
    Jason Fishman Feb 18, 2005
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  • Hi Tony, Introvert as a description isn't very helpful for meditation. If there were a majority of meditators that took a similar test they would most likely be described in the same manner. Meditation isn't a group activity and for the entirety of practice, the focus is self-situated, as-if there are those that are not self oriented, even in group activities. If we meditate to...
    Jason Fishman Feb 17, 2005
  • --- Nina wrote: > > Hi, Jason, and everyone, > > Somehow related to what you wrote in response to > Ganesh, and because I recall you like working with > images, I thought you'd like to know about the > following article: > > http://www.collectivewisdominitiative.org/papers/hegedus_inner.htm > > Nina Thanks Nina, That's a great intuitive article on some things that Gangesh can...
    Jason Fishman Jan 23, 2005
  • --- Ganesh Kumar wrote: > Hey everyone, > > I have tried various meditation techniques. > They all worked out well, more or less. > But astral travel seems as if it cannot be done. > Please help me. Does it exist or not? > > Hope you all are well, > Wish you peace, > Indian Dragon alias Wolf Hi Ganesh, When delving into sensation travel or astral travel you have to look at it from...
    Jason Fishman Jan 22, 2005
  • --- Nina wrote: > Well, I know one at least place where you can have your > chicken and egg together: the Waffle House. If I recall > correctly, you get some hasbrowns on the side, too. > Back in the late 80s when I was workin' at the Waffle House, > it was only $5.99. What a deal, if you don't count > the killer indoor air quality. Yay! Waffle house!! Are they even in biz anymore...
    Jason Fishman Sep 25, 2004
  • Wow, what a beautiful story. Sparks such a vivid reality for me! My son was the same way too. Although it's not the mother son relationship spoke of here. I remember doing alot that stuff while trying to work full time out of the house. Often comming home after hours spent at install sites, just to be handed a child that couldn't be left alone for more then 3 or 4 minutes without...
    Jason Fishman Sep 15, 2004
  • Hi T, "that" (the unmentionable, non specific, non local being) "thou" (I or self) "art" (am or became from) Some more... Being in this world, but not of it. These actually aren't christian (originating from) sayings, they are much older then the christian belief system and supposedly (as I have heard) Jesus was a study of many different religions, faiths and philosophies. Perhaps...
    Jason Fishman Jul 6, 2004
  • Hi F, What you were disposed to isn't unsual and can be viewed as good or bad, but isn't really either or. Your friend is correct that what you were subjected to was the witness as it has been called, for lack of a more useful term. During a creative process one can be exposed to variable points of perspective, most of which are subtle and go unoticed as something other then "me...
    Jason Fishman Jul 6, 2004