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  • http://www.foryouto.com/pages/1/index.htm :) Nina
    Nina Aug 16, 2005
  • > > --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, > > medit8ionsociety wrote: > > (snip) > > > The grandson thought about it for a > > > minute and then asked his grandfather which wolf > > > would win. The old Cherokee simply replied, > > > "The one you feed." > > > > Watching 'What the Bleep...' last night, > > the discussion of how (quantumly) thoughts > > shape matter prompted me to...
    Nina Aug 8, 2005
  • --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, medit8ionsociety wrote: (snip) > The grandson thought about it for a > minute and then asked his grandfather which wolf > would win. The old Cherokee simply replied, > "The one you feed." Watching 'What the Bleep...' last night, the discussion of how (quantumly) thoughts shape matter prompted me to contemplate how our collective thoughts may...
    Nina Aug 6, 2005
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  • --- In meditationsocietyofamerica@^$1, "Jeff Belyea" wrote: > The next morning, the leaves > of that plant were standing > straight up firm and tall. > > "I'll have some of that tea, now." > were my first words that morning. Shipibo, eh? I wonder if it also makes you go blind? ;) Nina
    Nina Jul 3, 2005
  • Oh yea, that's one of my favorite approaches. Though technically not meditation, another approach I'm appreciating these days is yoga nidra - deep relaxation, or what is also translated as 'yogic sleep', a hypnogogic state of mind. I have always gravitated towards meditation lying down, but had been told this was not advisable: "you'll fall asleep" (lol, I thought they were right...
    Nina Mar 13, 2005
  • Is enquiry necessarily iterative? Polish lowland sheepdog? That was the result of the first round of enquiry. Just call me Harry. Chinese Crested? Here's the result of the second round of enquiry: "This affectionate little dog makes an exceedingly good pet for those who appreciate its loving natures and can see through its heart- stopping bizarre looks. It is frequently...
    Nina Feb 2, 2005
  • Interesting reading. I like the part about energy and matter representing two 'snapshots' along a spectrum of 'what is possible'. It made me consider what might be denser than matter and lighter than energy. It also made me think of how within stillness, it is possible to hear the subtle beginnings of movement which might then amplify into larger movement, without losing that...
    Nina Jan 29, 2005
  • 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
    Nina Jan 23, 2005
  • Yep, the power of belief. Thanks for the summary of that Harvard diagnosis program. Since you asked, my test results were neutral... something like 'no preference' or 'no strong identification with idealism OR realism'. Go figure... these tests don't show much except intended results for folks who can figure out the pattern of questioning within the first few questions. Nina
    Nina Jan 18, 2005
  • Hehe, maybe Harvard knows more than we think. My test was on idealism/realism. ;) That's pretty good that Harvard's program could outdiagnose 85% of doctors. What I'd like to know is: who is checking? At any rate, given that one of the major drug companies (Glaxo?) recently published a notice that pharmaceutical drugs usually only work for 35-50% of the people for which they are...
    Nina Jan 18, 2005