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1  Astral Chat / Welcome to Members Introductions! / Hello on: October 10, 2013, 03:24:04
I've been gone for a while, but thought I'd stop by to see what's changed.   Can anybody tell me?
2  Dreams / Welcome to Dreams! / Re: Animals eating animals on: August 23, 2006, 04:15:30
Perhaps a little more detail would help.  Smiley

Was the animal being eaten alive?  Awake?  What kinds of animals were/are they?   What is the setting of the dream?  Are there any other details of the dream you could think of?
3  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / i am confused on: July 19, 2005, 20:55:59
Desire is the abuse of need.  It is the soul of addiction.  

Lust propogates humanity, but it is extremely common to seek sexual gratification as it's own reward.   Overstimulation is the result, which results in needing more stimulation for the same effect while dulling sensitivity outside of the addiction.

It is the same for any other desire, any other addiction.  Drugs, alcohol, food, entertainment, praise, control...   You name it, it can be an addiction.

So, believe me, without "desire" there is plenty of fun, by being 'in the moment', centered in the now and responding authentically to reality, instead of always reacting out of the current "desire".

That is the value of detachment.
4  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / A different view on OBE/AP: an article. on: November 16, 2004, 01:07:00
Hello Xetrov,

I hear and appreciate what you are saying in your article, however let me recommend the book 'Science and the Akashic Field' by Ervin Laszlo, then let us acknowledge that perhaps the transcendental phenomena is something far beyond both our understanding.

Yours in Love and Light,
5  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / Breathing on: November 16, 2004, 00:47:10
I have a breathing method that I used strictly to AP that was very effective.

After doing the tighten/relax each part of your body relaxation exercise, be sure to lay in a comfortable position with the head a comfortable angle but tilted slightly to one side to help against having to swallow.

Inhale through the nostrils very slowly.  When you have practiced this for a while, you will barely be able to feel air moving through your nostrils when done the way I did it.  

There is no need to hold a count, in fact I find it distracting to try to keep a count, but would rather hold my attention lightly on keeping my eyes unfocused on a point a couple inches in front of my forehead, and keeping my breathing pattern regular.  In the back of your mind should be the determination for the OBE you have planned, but do not dwell on it consciously.

Keep your eyes unfocused and your mind clear.  Concentrate on the sensation of breathing.  I imagined myself falling down an endless shaft, which also helped to bring on the falling sensations.

When you exhale, try to open the back of the throat to exhale in a natural motion as quickly as possible.   Done the way I did it, it will give you a falling sensation.    You should be able to empty the lungs in a quick nearly instantaneous motion.

Inhale again when you feel the need.  This will depend on how slowly you can inhale.

The goal here is to disassociate the mind from the body, and this did help.  The danger of hyperventilation was avoided by breathing at a natural rate, but emptying the lungs quickly helped to greatly amplify the falling sensations as they arose with deep relaxation.
6  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / OBE and Astral Defence on: October 27, 2004, 14:28:00
Within the mind are many facets of conscious awareness. A facet of conscious awareness is just a collection of mental faculties the mind uses to operate within whatever realm of existence it wishes to experience. All these are just basic tools, really, only mental ones. Each facet of conscious awareness has its own memory facility and memory banks are not necessarily linked.

Frank, I have a question and I hope it isn't too academic and you indulge me.   While only peripherally related to the topic, I would really appreciate your perspective.

If the mind is composed of 'many facets of conscious awareness', which I find completely plausible, then which is 'me'?  Am I my awake self?  My dream self?  My astral self?  

What is the 'intellect' really?  What are persona and personality?  Underneath the fractured consciousnesses, are we all really just the same base awareness strolling around thinking we are all different, when really we are all just varying brightnesses of the same awareness?

What are we really?
7  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / OBE and Astral Defence on: October 23, 2004, 18:44:18
Excellent post Frank!

How is the book going?   I simply MUST read it!  Smiley
8  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / What means "to surrender"... and how do to that ? on: October 20, 2004, 11:40:43
Very good replies Frank and Tayesin!

I agree that balance is key, and often overlooked.   Paradoxically, desire to be rid of ego can be very egoistic.   One can struggle for a lifetime with this, consciously or unconsciously, and all the time the struggle is entirely self-perpetuated.

OBEs do happen spontaneously all the time, but can also elude a person who is trying very hard for many years.   As Frank alluded to this has to do with where we draw our boundaries of consciousness, though we may, and most likely aren't, conscious of just what those boundaries are or how we draw them.

Doggedly sticking to things that don't work is unconsciousness in action, for one thing, and neurosis for another.    Consciousness and balance go hand in hand.  It is the 'ability to see where the energy is flowing for us' that Tayesin speaks of and the ego subserviance that Frank speaks of.  It is letting go without getting lost, it is surrendering without apathy.   It is the riding of the line between opposites with consciousness to enjoy the benefits of both.
9  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Lower Astral Pulse Realm on: August 27, 2004, 11:15:24
Does anyone else ever get the feeling that the PSD forum is like the lower realm of the Astral Pulse forums?   [Tongue]
10  Astral Chat / Welcome to News and Media! / God Calling - live a little longer... on: August 25, 2004, 22:20:55
Phone Call Saves Woman From Truck Accident

SUMMERFORD, Ohio - A woman says her life was likely saved when she answered a hang-up phone call. Mary Dhume of Ohio was watching television Monday night when the phone in the next room rang. She got up to answer it, but there was no one at the other end of the line.

Then she heard breaking glass and saw her living room wall collapse onto the chair where she'd been sitting.

A pickup truck had missed the curve on the road in front of Dhume's home and smashed into the century-old house. Dhume said she saw the driver run away as she dialed 911.

Three hours later, State Highway Patrol troopers arrested Carlos Cummings, 41, of Mechanicsburg, on a charge of failing to control a vehicle.

"The phone ringing at that particular time? That's one of those things people would never believe," Dhume said. "Maybe it was God calling to tell me to get out of my living room."

11  Metaphysics / Welcome to Quantum Physics! / Dr. Hameroff on: August 12, 2004, 10:02:23

12  Astral Chat / Welcome to News and Media! / Now is not the Time for Compassion and Healling on: July 27, 2004, 14:57:16
Editorial black satire from ""

Citizens, friends, and neighbors, we have come together today to reflect on recent events which have deeply wounded this community, and which will no doubt resonate with all of us for a long time to come. You are all undoubtedly feeling many complicated emotions right now—anger, confusion, resentment. But I would like for you to keep one thing in mind: This is not the time for compassion and healing.

Although Scoutmaster Holland's appalling actions have in some way hurt each and every one of us, we must not offer each other comfort and support. We must not cooperate to get through this difficult time together. Nor should we reflect on those blessings we do have—those of community, family, and friends. Rather, we must act out of petty self-interest and blind, irrational anger.

This is no time to turn to each other and share in our grief. This is a time for bitter, divisive accusation. It is a time to say things so terrible, they will give birth to grudges that we'll nurse for decades. This isn't the time to move forward or to forgive past wrongdoings. It is the time to hate, seethe, and wallow.

This tragedy could open the doors to change and renewal. We could seize the opportunity to exchange ideas on how to improve and safeguard our children's futures. But instead, let's exchange angry recriminations and engage in childish name-calling. Mrs. Dailey, earlier, you told me that Ms. McInnes was a bad mother. Saying that to me behind her back is one thing, but why not say it again before everyone?

As I look around at the anguished, questioning faces in the room, I see a real need for guidance and unity. Well, I'm afraid this is neither the time nor the place for that. For now, we must simply pick ourselves up and carry on with the business of finger-pointing and buck-passing. We must set about—and I'll tell you, I've been doing a whole lot of this—marveling at how certain troop leaders could really be as oblivious as they claim. From this day forward, let us make "alienation" our watchword. Gandhi said that "forgiveness is the attribute of the strong," but I'll bet Gandhi's kid was never touched in the woods on a camping trip.

Fine, "allegedly" touched.

We have convened this meeting not to console each other, not to find solace in numbers, but to get a good look at the lying, guilty faces of those who should have done something but didn't. Let us unleash our unbridled rage hither and thither until every last bit of acrimony is expressed, which probably won't be any time soon. Mrs. Dailey, could you maybe shut your mouth for three seconds and let me finish?

Some among you might be clinging to that old saw "innocent until proven guilty." To those people, I say, "Where were your high-minded ideals when your best friend and racquetball partner told you that sometimes he didn't trust himself around children, Terry?" Seriously, I'd like an answer to that. Oh, what a surprise. Terry's not here. Terry's probably, what? Polishing his car or buying himself something, like he probably was when his own kid was getting stroked in a field. I'm sorry, but after all, it's what we're here for.

Some of you may be asking "Why, God? Why my boy? What did he do to deserve this?" Some of you may be searching your hearts for understanding and insight. Many of you may have turned to God or family. Friends: Abandon fruitless searches. The molesting gym coach isn't inside you. Turn your search for scapegoats and excuses outward... You didn't hear it from me, but I don't think revenge is completely off the table, either.

Perhaps, years from now, you will find yourselves at peace with this tragedy, and see that the trials of today gave us strength, which in turn enriched our tomorrows. Who knows, maybe you and Mr. Holland will go bowling together. Or, I know, perhaps you'll put him in charge of a whole bunch of pre-adolescent boys and send them into the woods, huh, Mark? No, you're the son of a grump, Mark.

Any time any place, my friend. That's what I thought.

Friends, we must remember that experiences like these show what people are truly made of. I don't know about you, but at the moment, I am made of incandescent fury.

I suggest that we look on this as a fresh beginning, a jumping-off point for a new era of loathing and mistrust. Perhaps we can even re-open some old wounds. One thing is certain: The wounds that Mr. Holland opened will not be allowed to heal. To treat those wounds as the inevitable result of a single bad person living among better people would be the real tragedy. Now more than ever, we must put aside the commonality of our shared suffering and focus instead on concentrating our wrath on a single individual. I suggest Helen.
13  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Are you crazy?? on: April 21, 2004, 16:08:32
It's about time someone wrote a book like this:
Are You Getting Enlightened or Losing Your Mind? by Dr. Dennis Gersten

Excerpt from Are You Getting Enlightened or Losing Your Mind?;

Link to book;

14  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Belief, personal responsibility, and perception. on: January 20, 2004, 14:17:42
Is the law of intent, which says we are subject to our intent, real or not?   We are all free to do whatever we want, but at the same time we feel subject to the intentions of others.  This topic is to explore the question of where our intent begins and ends, and where we become subject to the will of others.

I see this as a critical understanding, not just for defending against so-called negative forces, but in understanding our own will, and achieving true self-empowerment.

Belief is a two edged sword.  For example, believing we can have power over others is a very seductive reasoning that says by disempowering others our own power is increased.  At the same time, however, it implies that others can have power over us, with our attendant loss of power.  With this belief in external power, we therefore open ourselves to control by others.  Belief in magic is the same, an unconscious agreement by ourselves to the power over us by others.  Just like any insult, however, according to the law of intent we can choose to accept the positive, and refuse the negative.

How do I know the law of intent is real?  To know the law of intent is real all you have to do is look around you.  The multiplicity of religions tells me the law of intent is real.  Art and destruction tells me it is real.  Love and hate tells me it is real   Samsara and enlightenment tells me it is real.  Karma and freedom tells me it is real.  I see we don't have to believe in the law of intent to have it act upon us - it is evident in peoples behaviour, that they see the world through their own understanding, often denying their own empowerment, and because they do not understand the law of intent they remain blind to it.  They remain blind to it because their perception is too dear to them - they choose to remain blind to it.   As I said, belief is a two edged sword, and to commit to the law of intent is to have no one to blame but yourself.

Also, there are those who prefer we remain blind to it.

Belief in external power is a mistaken displacement of physical cause and effect.  If someone holds negative intentions on our bodies they can hurt our bodies, and the pain leads us to say "You have given me this pain, you have hurt me, you have killed me."  This has several problems.  First of all, pain and death are inevitable in life, not just to be caused by someone with 'negative' intentions, not inherently good or bad.  Second of all, I would hope that everyone here at Astral Pulse would know that they are not their body, and when their body is hurt they are not really hurt, and when their body dies they do not really die.  Third, is the overall karmic connections, which we can never know completely and tends to direct most of our intentions, thus our situations and circumstances that we hold in life.

If we commit to the law of intent, we are sealling our belief that only we control what we do, which is our power over our self, which is the only true power.  Then we find freedom in the knowledge that if we choose self-responsibility, nothing can harm what the highest power has given us - except our own intent.  
15  Astral Projection & Out of Body Experiences / Welcome to Out of Body Experiences! / True Fearlessness on: January 15, 2004, 14:34:40
For those of you who don't already know this about me, some years ago, after quite a long time of mental exercises and OBE practice, I entered a several month long phase of intense OBE activity.  Toward the end of that period the experiences had become so overwhelming and spontaneous that I began to fear for my mental health, and I literally had to learn how NOT to have them.

Since then, I have taken my self-imposed mundanity to reflect on what I had been shown, grow into my new knowledge, and otherwise wonder just what the hell that was all about.  Without a doubt it was the impetus for a lot of personal growth, putting me on a fantastic and unpredictable path which in it's latest turn has led me here - back to a place where I feel once again confident to take up those nightly journeys.

Also in all that time, I have wondered at length - why then?  What was it that after so much failure had suddenly given me so much success - more than in the end I was capable of handling?   Also, reading throughout this forum, I see over and over again how people complain that they do the exercises, that they repeatedly get so close, only to have the OBE elude them.

I would like to suggest an answer, and would appreciate discussion on the subject.  The forum and books I have read are chocked full of technique and practice exercises, but what I am talking about is something I have yet to see discussed here at AstralPulse, and rarely see mentioned in any book of OBE, however I think it should not be overlooked.

Put simply, I was happy.  Ecstatic even.  At that time I had just ended a long dark period in my life, and while it was tremendously painful in places, when I came out the other side it seemed I was gonna be all right, which I hadn't really expected.  I am not saying it was happiness per se, there are many cases of OBE by people who were not happy, but I do strongly correlate my positive outlook and confidence in life with my ability to relax, to really open myself up to whatever the universe could bring on - THAT is what I think the true final piece of the OBE puzzle was.  Even after mastering the discipline and practicing endlessly, it still came down to just plain old confidence.

16  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / Wild Divine on: January 12, 2004, 03:28:23
Has anybody seen this or tried it out?

I think it looks really cool!  At $160 though it's a bit steep... Still, I am thinking it would be a lot of fun, and possibly a lot of benefit.[^]
17  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Attacked by a Professionals. on: October 01, 2004, 09:51:35
It's about letting go of the 'victim' mentality, which people are far less willing to do than you might think.  It involves a choice which nobody else can make but the person involved.

Give a person a fish and he will eat for a day.  Teach a person to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.
-I don't remember.
18  Astral Chat / Welcome to News and Media! / Mediums: Talking to the Dead on: September 30, 2004, 11:29:12
I thought the John Edward show 'Crossing Over' was good.
19  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Attacked by a Professionals. on: September 29, 2004, 13:25:37
You know that this Loving energy is the primary energy of the creator/awareness ?

Yes, I do know that, however in the past few years my time has been increasingly spread tightly thin, and I have sorrowfully neglected my meditations and AP exercises.  Your insight is spot on.  We could talk and talk, but unless I freshly experience for myself the loving primary energy from which all comes I will not be able to fill my Being with it.

It has been a long time.  Thanks to your gentle reminder, I am resolved to resume my meditations and AP exercises.

Many Thanks to you again, Tayesin.
20  Psychic and Paranormal / Welcome to Psychic and Paranormal! / Attacked by a Professionals. on: September 28, 2004, 19:01:02
As always Tayesin, a Masterfully insightful post.  I thank you very much!

Of course, as in any spiritual work, one must begin with oneself.  I must confess, for some time now I haven't felt very loving.   What can I do to help myself feel more loving after my life has gone through a difficult and fatigueing period?  Where should one start?  

21  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / There is such a thing as too big on: September 24, 2004, 15:26:54
Brevity is beautiful.

On the other hand, some thoughts are simply too complex to present briefly and comprehensively.  

It takes focus and a clear understanding of what you want to say in the first place, and at least some mastery of the written language to write an effective post. A writer must have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, with as little drift and confusion as possible.  I find writing a post and then EDITING it to be very helpful, which I doubt many posters here do.

Of course, it works both ways.  A reader who has trouble comprehending what he is reading makes communication just as difficult as an incompetant writer.
22  Astral Chat / Welcome to Astral Chat! / Pessimism and Negitivity on: September 21, 2004, 18:28:12
...the sight is about AP, not enlightenment.

Excellent point, missed by most.  As such, respect is handed out not to people with spiritual insight, necessarily, so much as to people with a certain ability (to AP).  When in doubt, the ability is often leveraged to validate an argument, wether or not the ability even has anything to do with the contention.  

Still, for the most part, those with the ability do seem to get along at least somewhat better than those without - and they are just as varied in character and temperament as anyone else, so I must conclude that there is at least something to it, even if it is something as mundane as having lighter spirits.  [Wink]  And that is an example to follow. [Cheesy]
23  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / If it harms no one, then do it! on: September 20, 2004, 12:06:47
All people are like this, just on different levels.

AK, it is apparent, as the last poster pointed out, that your ideas are so entrenched that if you ever do reconsider them, it will only be after decades of painful experience.

To me, what the above quote shows is the old half empty/full glass of water metaphore.   I'm sure you have heard of it, but if not, I'll quickly explain.   For a glass that is filled exactly half way, some people will call it half full, and some will call it half empty.  It is a subtle point, but it can be very revealling of a person's basic perspective, under the assumption that if they call it half empty then they see the world in terms of scarcity, whereas if they call it half full then they see the world in terms of plenty.   In your case, you appear to see all situations and interactions of people entirely in varying levels of instinct and tendency to violence.  

Your view has no room for the basic good in people or higher virtue, or the fundamental Joy of Being which is where all higher consciousness comes from.   Deep meditation would change that, but I do not know if even then you would allow it, or make the connection.

Interestingly, you come to a topic like this to speak up.   Could it be because you fear that Kenneth may be on to something, and you don't want to see it happen?   Think about it AK, if it would really be so bad.
24  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / If it harms no one, then do it! on: September 19, 2004, 11:40:54
Goodness Aryanknight666, you do have a lot to say.  I hope you can do a better job of defending all those assertions, because as I read through them your conclusions made absolutely no sense to me.  

Here is why;

Victory to the strong, death to the weak.

Well, yes and no.  This is one way of looking at 'natural law', but the fact is, taken to the extreme of the one-sided view you present, it leads to extinction to the strong and the weak, every time.

In nature, tigers eat gazelles.  If the tigers actually ate all the gazelles, guess what?  The tigers die, because they have eaten all their food.  When the strong does not eat, they become weak, and die.

Therefore, I suggest that it is not a case of the strong or the weak, but a balance within a system that propogates longevity.

In the classroom, the weak are victimized because one person's weakness is imperative to the whole group's surival.

Could you clarify this please?

People have the instinct the conquer which is why the weak are victimized.

No, people who victimize others suffer from primitive consciousness.  There is no 'instinct' to conquer - to protect one's own, I might agree, and some people may be more predisposed to violence or theft, but I do not see that the two naturally go together.

Going back to the classroom, bullying for it's own sake is a sign of weakness.   It is a sure sign that the bully feels he is unworthy of respect, thus must constantly 'prove' his strength to his peers.   Without spreading fear, he feels powerless, and that is true weakness.

It is also human nature to kill, fight, and disagree with one another.

No, it is a human weakness, brought about by combining primitive consciousness with modern capabilities.

If there was a one world government, there would still be land seperated by sea, so people on one landmass would differentiate themselves with those on another landmass and thus conflict would ensue, it would just be like watching nations becoming all over again.

If you really want to address this question, instead of make up answers, you should look to history.   The Roman empire was considered nearly the entire known world at it's height, and it did break up, but the reasons were entirely for monetary gain, not racial, and certainly not simply for the sake of violence.

World-wide equality and community cannot and will not work,

I am looking at your logic on this, and must flatly disagree.   Your logic makes no sense because your base assumptions about humanity are false, therefore I suggest the jury is still out on this question.

Of course, when there is one race for the whole world then it will mean the death of humanity. There are very different places in the world to one another. There are races so people can survive in these different environments. A mixture of all the races ie all the characteristics which are adaptions to totally different environments would mean there are no humans suited to any environments. Either this will happen and humanity will die or it simply won't happen because people will forever change to suit the environment.

Ridiculous.  Why are humans so successful?  Yes, it is because we have adapted, but not specifically.   We are adaptable as we are.  We are so successful precisely because we have not specialised.  

Our mental adaptation, our brain, transcends the physical - because we can figure out how to make fire, and clothes, and houses, and spaceships - and the internet, which by having forums with written postings allows us to even transcend space and time to some extent, so we can have this conversation!

Also, the spiritual transcends the mental - but that is for another subject.

Could you transplant a Fiji islander to the arctic and have him survive?  Could you transplant an Eskimo to the tropics and have them survive?  Yes!  Otherwise, why the multi-billion dollar annual business in world travel??  AK666, of all your assertions, that is the wackiest.   We even have people living in space - explain that adaptation!  [Tongue]

You can also not live by "if it harms none do it". That means I cannot eat any meat or living thing (all food except for starch, milk and cereal)

Let's be reasonable.  Of course you cannot 'harm none', but at the same time, one should take care to do as little harm as possible.

Life lives on, and against, life.  That is a fact.

What happens when we die?  Our body putrifies and rots.  Why?  Because bacteria and insects consume it.   Everyday, all day, our live body is defending against this.  Our immune system is constantly killing and defending against he organisms that would otherwise consume us.   Why do we not always have a cold or a million other diseases?  Because our antibodies are always killing the disease causing organisms.   When we eat, there is always stray bacteria or other nasties on the food - why do we not die?  Because our digestions system is attuned to let some bacteria live for digestion, and to kill the rest.

Our immune system is a testament to the fact cited above.

Also, what would happen to humanity if cockroaches, ants, rats, or other vermin were allowed to getout of control?   We kill them by the millions every year, and good thing too.  Anybody do any gardening?   Weeds, old plants, or even the occasional gopher become subject to the 'greater good'.

Also, it has been scientifically proven that even though plants cannot scream or run away, they do have a nervous system, and they are sensitive to what happens around them and what happens to them.

Killing, pain, and death are facts of LIFE which cannot be escaped.

That said, however, there is a LOT that can be done to minimize killing and pain simply by being AWARE that you have a hand in how much killing and pain there is in the world, and acting accordingly.   You cannot eliminate it, but you can reduce it.

it means I cannot defend myself or others, as well. If 1000 people are about to be killed by one guy with a detonator to explosives and I have a gun and am able to shoot him in the head to save those 1000 people, then by that way of thinking I'd be harming by shooting him and harming by not shooting him.

You're right, that is silly - however, remember that through awareness you can make responsible choices.

Shoot him in the head, even if you face consequences.  Least harm is better than acquiescing to mass murder.  Be responsible.  Think for yourself.

I agree one cannot do 'no harm', but certainly one can greatly reduce harm, and should.  In the interest of brevity, though, "If it harms no one, then do it!" is a great reminder and affirmation of my responsibilities in the world.
25  Spiritual Evolution / Welcome to Spiritual Evolution! / How to shed the junk on: September 18, 2004, 13:20:01
It appears I am getting my point across, though if somewhat misdirected.   The subject of this thread is 'Shedding the junk' not 'Frank' or 'Kiauma'.   As such, within our separate points, I keep trying to relate back to the subject.   I think we have made our cases well, and the rest is superfluous.

I bow to you Frank.
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