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10 years 5 months ago #1813 by andorxor
Hi everyone.

Would anyone be kind enough to read an article ive written. It's not technically about the mayan stuff but if you get to the end you will see how it is connected.

Sorry about the scientific jargon. I've tried to cram in as much necessary info as i could into a small space.


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10 years 5 months ago #1816 by Amore
Hi Andorxor,
Thanks for sharing your article - interesting.
I have been really inspired by Dr. Bruce Lipton. I managed to sit through about 9 hours of his lecture, "Where Mind and Matter Meet" and was just amazed at how he plainly showed how environmental influences (esp. thoughts/e-motions) affect us so much more than many would have us know.

The unity we see in almost any species except our own, seems to be based on instict, less free will. Our free will can be our best friend or worst enemy.

They say that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts - together we can do much more than we can on our own, that is IF we learn to draw on each other's strengths. I've wondered if God (all-knowing Creator) is another way of saying the whole of all of us on this earth.

Personally, I feel driven - almost obligated - to teach.
I feel a sense of urgency to eliminate or at least reduce suffering.
It could be I am projecting my own need for healing, but still, I often sense pain of others too.
I believe that truth can be a source of healing - although it can also be a source of pain.

There seems to be a maze of paradoxical obstacles that prevent many from genuinely healing.
Just for one person to be unified in mind, body & spirit (living what one believes) is difficult, so no wonder it is a challenge to develop unity among many.

Unfortunately, because of such obstacles, often "unity" stifles individuality - choice.
It is not individual beliefs that are dangerous, but rather the herd mentality.
Generally, insanity is the norm in groups and the exception in individuals.

Still, we need to find a way to work together - to use the many aspects we have in common, to root us enough to be able to appreciate & even benefit from each's uniqueness.

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10 years 5 months ago #1817 by andorxor
Hi Amore

Yes i agree that it's based on a kind of instinct as opposed to free-will. I don't subscribe to the notion of personal free-will. Actually, there are currently two articles on my blog and the other one is about free-will and determinism. Still, everything becomes hideously paradoxical trying to explain anything in those terms.

Anyway, for anyone who can't be bothered to read the article (there's a lot of info), i'm simply suggesting that we may experience a gradual neuro-chemical alternation based on an exogenous cue. It does sound a bit wild but if you read it you see that it makes sense. It's ultimately based on the same principal as hibernation, migration, menstruation and, well, anything in nature that rely's on biological time-keeping, which is pretty much everything.

Thanks :)

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10 years 4 months ago #1824 by Amore
Hi Andorxor,

I actually do believe in a type of free will.

"You can’t exercise your freedom to deny your freedom.
You can’t say that you’re advancing freedom when you use free thought to destroy free will."

Yet, as you mentioned, it becomes paradoxical.
We have free will, but it is always within limits.
We are never completely free - otherwise we would not exist.
I think paradox is the essence of vibration and the energy of possibility that permeates everything/everyone.

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