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 71 
 on: May 19, 2015, 01:19:14 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Trepkos
I think as long as we have dreams we can't realize in this lifetime on earth, we will realize them in the next life on earth. A final incarnation usually has dreams that reach the stars and other planets. I think most people who visit this forum a lot have such dreams. But there is work to do on the inner planes. It is possible that the following paths can be treaded:

the path of earth service
the path of magnetic work
the path of training for planetary logos
the path to sirius
the ray path
the path the logos himself is on
the path of absolute sonship

I don't know if these paths can be treaded after physical dead by one who has "dreams that reach to the stars", but according to theosophical teachings, the fifth initiation has to be reached.

 72 
 on: May 19, 2015, 01:07:03 
Started by bungalow - Last post by Volgerle

 73 
 on: May 18, 2015, 23:14:40 
Started by Dreamshards - Last post by Dreamshards
Thank you both.  smiley

 74 
 on: May 18, 2015, 23:13:05 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by Dreamshards
I personally have learned a lot on this earth and in this lifetime. I don't think this world is boring one bit and wouldn't mind having another life to explore the beauties of this earth. If the universe believes I have more to learn here before going somewhere else then I trust that decision.

 75 
 on: May 18, 2015, 22:13:02 
Started by PlasmaAstralProjection - Last post by aspirine101
I'll drop my opinion here.

I don't know if what I want matters in the end, but no, I don't plan on reincarnating here again. Everything here is boring, I don't learn anything here, this reality is what keeps me caged from learning anything.
If we come here to learn, why is it that through history people did their best to hide important information as soon as it came up? People were getting killed for spreading that information. Libraries full of this information which was gathered throughout the years were burned to ashes.

"If you haven't had an experience in your life where perhaps you were with nothing to eat, you wouldn't learn the value of having even a soup to eat."
Have you thought for a moment that food was not supposed to have any value in the first place? Its natural, its to feel animals' basic needs, you can't exist without food. In my opinion the "food has value" thing is something invented by humans to make you be grateful that you can feel your MOST BASIC needs. So that you have to work for other people so they can give you those little bits of money so you can feed yourself and then you need to also be grateful for that. It's a simple slave/master game.

If we come here to learn... Why is it that all the knowledge we've got in our past lives is forgotten? It begins to seem to me there's some kind of evil involved here, but then if there's really evil involved how far does it reach? Does it corrupt everything? Therefore is there really no good without evil (hate that statement so much) and therefore are we all doomed? I don't believe that either. This is too much of a confusing thing to think about and thinking about it will lead nowhere.

Those were my 2 cents. Would like to see what you guys think about what I said.

 76 
 on: May 18, 2015, 21:38:10 
Started by sqprx - Last post by aspirine101
Hey, this is an interesting topic for sure. When I stare at something not too big for a few seconds it also disappears, but then I get distracted because my eyes start dropping tears. After reading this topic I tried staring at myself for a mirror for a few seconds, one of my arms became three times wider than it is, and generally there's some weird excrement happening before I get distracted. Anyway about what Xanth said that it's how your vision works and your mind fills the blanks. We can make a very simple experiment but it will require someone that can stare himself in the mirror until he disappears at will. This will go like this:
You sit in a comfortable position for your meditation and close your eyes
Someone goes into your room, puts some object behind you (say a box), this box should be completely covered by your body so you won't see it in the mirror right away after you open your eyes but only see it when your image disappears. You must not know there's a box behind you. You'd of course know there's something that someone you know put there, but you shouldn't be able to tell what it is. To make the experiment 100% correct, the one who put the box should also draw something on it, a star, circle, triangle whatever. So you MUST use your eyes to know what is behind you, and since you can't see it, your mind can't fill that blank. It might fill it with a box but not with the picture that someone drew on it. Then you start the meditation process. When you disappear, if you see the box with the drawing behind you it's impossible that it is your mind. It is either:
a) You literally see through yourself
b) You somehow used your third eye to see it (very highly unlikely imho)
If there's no box and you just see your bed or the place you were sitting on, then xanth is probably right.

 77 
 on: May 18, 2015, 20:12:53 
Started by Drakoreo - Last post by dpk38
Aham Brahmasmi

 78 
 on: May 18, 2015, 18:28:25 
Started by Drakoreo - Last post by desert-rat
In quoteing others Wayne Dyer   says "you are God " .

 79 
 on: May 18, 2015, 14:32:30 
Started by bungalow - Last post by Stillwater
No, that doesn't clarify much, but I think we speak very different languages.

What I am getting at above though...is that you make some fairly uncommon assertions in your opener, and then ask others to expand on the ideas, but that requires being on the same page to begin with.

See if I can give an analogy...

Suppose I said:

"Ok, so I have figured out that the souls of animals stay in purgatory, but can't get out. I think it probably has something to do with their auras. Given that, what do all of you think about the second coming?"

See, in order for the others to have an opinion about the second coming with respect to animals stuck in purgatory... they have to be on the same page about animals in purgatory to begin with, follow? I think that is the challenge here. There are too many ideas at once, and it is too difficult to unwind them all.

Maybe ask a simpler question, and we might have a hope of addressing it  wink

 80 
 on: May 18, 2015, 13:26:10 
Started by Bluefirephoenix - Last post by Bluefirephoenix
Just a reminder to the participents that the sessions are due in Wednesday. I have to limit the time because I will be out of the country the first of June. Please write down anything you get. Remember the image may be symbolic and even if it does not appear to be related to the target, it may in fact represent Szaxx's location. Szaxx will post his  target day and time Wed night.

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