Forums

  1. Discussion

    1. 11,197
      posts
    2. 1,288
      posts
    3. 1,717
      posts
    4. 1,061
      posts
    5. 908
      posts
    6. 3,209
      posts
  2. The Completion Process

    1. 1,137
      posts
    2. 473
      posts
  3. Teal Swan's Work

    1. 875
      posts
    2. 55
      posts
  4. Community

    1. 373
      posts
    2. 488
      posts
    3. 260
      posts
      • No posts here yet
    4. 36
      posts
    5. 48
      posts
    6. 4
      posts
    7. 56
      posts
  5. Front Desk

    1. 334
      posts
  • Latest Posts

    • @Done Now I think when people start talking like me, saying no wonder someone is wherever they are if certain things happened to them, it sounds like justification and almost that what they did was right and okay. I am not saying it is okay. It just really frustrates me when all we still do in 2018 is shaming those people. Its all so painfully logical one has to be a blind, deaf not to understand this. Which is probably a side effect of suppressing bad things and focusing on the positive. I mostly feel like Im living among masks. 
    • Agh, I have this problem multiple times a year. The fun of farmhouses. As much as it sucks, I've not found a solution: if you let them be, they multiply and start destroying *everything*. Eating into plastic containers, chewing electrical wires, nesting in the interior of couches, fridges, wall insulation, around the hot water cylinder, making giant nests in the sheds...They're like little people, they're so destructive. 😛 If anyone has any ideas, I'd also love to hear it. Not a fan of killing things either (I tend to even capture moths to throw them outside rather than kill them), but, y'know... they're destructive, create fire hazards and when they kill each other/die on their own in the walls, their rotting corpses stink out the house. Traps seem to be the only realistic option I've tried. Even trying the slightly more 'natural' way of trying to get a cat to do it doesn't work very well, because they spend more of their time killing endangered birds than looking for rodents... It's tricky, but... moreso than almost any other creature, they've evolved alongside us to live in our world. We have to protect ourselves from them in a way that we don't have to with almost any other animal any more.
    • @starstruck9 you make some good insights. As a little bit of a truecrime fan, I'd suggest learning about those people, there's some really enjoyable podcasts out there about them (last podcast on the left is one my wife loves). How they justified what they did is the most interesting thing of all: people try to dehumanise them, pretend they're just inexplicable monsters, when really they were just flawed people with bad coping mechanisms from their upbringings. Everything they did makes sense for who they were, how they developed and how they saw the world. Everything everyone does makes sense, once you know those things. Doesn't mean anyone can change it, but it does at least make sense. Manson's pretty interesting though. Really, it seems he just wanted groupies, and needed to make up bigger and bigger schemes to keep them around. He was a beatnick who grew up in boys' prisons, wanted to be a musical icon. He had a lot of musical talent and showmanship, made a bunch of schemes to keep his groupies around, and it all snowballed because he was irresponsible, dishonest, selfish and short-sighted. He just wanted sex from groupies, heh. Didn't seem to think about his words and actions much beyond that aim. Shadow side of the hippie movement. @Inquisitor I think I get the idea of this thread, it's not bad, I like it. Like you say, things like this tend to collapse in on themselves. Because anger is unsustainable when it's allowed free reign. It burns itself out almost every time. A big flaw I see in a lot of spiritual communities is that they keep trying to suppress bad things, just stay all positive focus... that doesn't seem to ever work out in the long term. What I've seen of spirit science's community seems a good case study for that. Positivity turned toxic. ...Loved his youtube videos though, very fun. Have you seen them? Atlantis, space jews, Martians, Merkaba... spiritualist scifi. It's amazing and bizzare. And a *very* cute animation style. I'd never found sacred geometry to be in any way engaging before then. He's totally insane nowdays though, I saw a video of him trying to talk himself out of stealing crystals at a market because they were psychically speaking to him, telling him to steal them. Still, he seems happy and harmless. ----- I like Garnet, even though I don't know if we'd get along. I get where she's coming from. Starstruck's comments seem valid too though.
    • Are internet brides legit? I’m desperate in meeting a woman. I’ve tried everything you can think of. Blind dates, dating apps and the works. I’ve been seeing ads about internet brides and maybe this could be something worth trying. Is it legit? Has anyone here tried this or found love through this?
       
    • Sure, read the thing I wrote. You quoted it. "You don't experience memory the same way you experience waking life reality, and our brains receive information from the objective world. Sometimes we might be wrong about things in our world, but that only proves my point further that objective reality is independent of anyone's awareness in particular." That's my writing I didn't plagiarise it or as you say "piggyback" it. There is plenty more.   So far, the overall consensus is that we experience the world in the same way. We collectively experience an objective reality. It's the same one. The date in my world is the same sun shiney day as yours. Reality proves me right because I just agree with reality...that the reality we both experience is real. It is universal between all of us, no matter where on Earth you are. There is an objective reality, and your subjective opinion can be wrong.   See? He disagrees. He once used the quantum physics double slit experiment out of context to support his thing about subjective reality being more real than objective.  The truth is, once a potential electron's wave function collapses to a solid state, it's a solid state, and it objectively has the same value (location) for anyone who is looking. It doesn't change between people, which would happen if subjectivity had said effect, which he basically says it does.     Call it whatever you want to. What you do is not cool, so I'm calling it out. Eat shit.     The problem is your shit fuckn advice.   Unless you prove me to be harmful to innocent people, I'm going to assume this is an empty accusation.      
  • Topics - Most Commented This Week

  • Search

    Search The Forum