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  1. Archetypically, narcissists are metaphorically vampires. Many of the traits of vampirism can be seen in narcissists such as:

     

    Needing a willing victim

    Draining the other person for blood (energy)

    Asking to be let in (not forcing their way into a relationship)

    Lack of care or empathy of the other person

    Using their 'victim' for their own fulfilment

    Can't see themselves in mirrors (because with narcissists, there is no one really there, just reflections of a human)

     

    If you have suffered under a narcissists spell, what personal responsibility did you/can you take for it happening? What boundaries were or weren't in place? I've worked with narcissists and created clear boundaries on our interactions and have also suffered for many years over a 'frenemy' narcissist, where I never knew if we were friends or if I was wanted or being used. It left me very confused for years until I cut them out of my life and feel very happy for doing so. They send me the occasional text to ask how I am and share some news but I never reply, happy I have cut off their supply. 

     

    I've just started this new book by Alex Lowen, so the timing is good for this thread. 

     

    Alexander-Lowen-Narcissism

     

     

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  2. 10 hours ago, Mr H said:

    I remember growing up as a child. Few things entertained me more than listening to the elder's stories. 

     

    Now I'm becoming an elder. I would like to pass on stories and wisdom to the younger members of the family.

     

    However, I don't currently know how to tell a story in an entertaining and captivating way.

     

    For you story tellers out there, any hints and tips?

     

    Hello, also sharing your sentiments on becoming an elder and sharing stories, especially from people and perspectives who are more 'awake' to the world. 

     

    Simply enough, stories have a beginning, a middle and an end. I've worked in sales for most of my career and have my own podcast and youtube channel so have become well versed in telling a story and driving an interesting narrative to keep people interested and entertained. And I'm always learning, it's a wonderful skill to nurture. 

     

    As a beginner, I would say just start telling your stories. Work out what works well and what doesn't for you. Just practice with main intention of having fun and sharing your knowledge. If you want some training join your local toastmasters and they'll be able to provide support and structure to your stories.

     

    And if you want to take it a step further, I've been to some conscious festivals where they have professional story tellers sharing stories on the old English traditions. I was at a workshop with this guy leading and it was brilliant. He has a story telling retreat in May I was considering going to: https://lamsound.com/storytelling/

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  3. On 8/18/2022 at 4:04 PM, Macnamara said:

    jogging fall or occult initiation? Who the hell knows?

    He's running: Jeremy Corbyn, 73, reveals he fell over while JOGGING after turning up to support striking rail workers with a black eye and split lip - but says he won't stop

    • He attended rail strike pickets today with a massive shiner under his left eye
    • Former Labour leader, 73, said he fell over while jogging in north London
    • Said: 'Me and the tree root collided and I collided with the ground afterwards'

    By David Wilcock, Deputy Political Editor For Mailonline

    Published: 11:37 BST, 18 August 2022 | Updated: 13:58 BST, 18 August 2022

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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11123411/Jeremy-Corbyn-73-reveals-fell-RUNNING-shows-picket-line-sporting-black-eye.html

     

     

     

    Another famous jogging black eye incident - this time with the German Chancellor. 

     

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-66710492

     

    How is it even possible to get a black eye when jogging? Has anyone ever encountered it in their everyday lives with other people?

     

    black eye.webp

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  4. I think we (humans) come from space but this is long forgotten or has been deliberately erased to make way for the new religion of materialism and feudalism.

     

    For those who have taken stronger plant medicines (aya, 5meo), some may have seen the origins of our species. I know I saw something when I was on them, I felt we originated now from this dimension / realm. 

     

    Do the PTB have space knowledge, I'm not sure. I think they have advanced technology that is slowly revealed to the public over decades.

  5. I've been pondering this for the last few years as I've seen more and more coverage of women's football, women's cricket and women's rugby on our proud chief propaganda service station, the BBC. 

     

    I mean, who tf is interested in women's cricket? Sometimes they are the lead article on BBC sport. How many hits do these web pages reporting it get? They must be paltry!

     

    Sport and team sport has always been a man's domain in the media, in most homes and in western culture in general. Seeing the England 'lionesses' on their euro campaign has really bought to prominence that the BBC and other outlets really want to raise the bar with equal coverage for both the men's and woman's sport. 

     

    Am I being overly critical in my thinking here?

     

    Do women's sports (probably being the same quality as most men's amateur or junior leagues) deserve the same coverage?

     

    Is this another attempt to deconstruct and undermine traditional male spaces and masculinity by offering woke philosophies of men and women having to be equal and take equal billing in all walks of life?

     

    Would live to hear your thoughts. 

     

    KT

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  6. I saw this on Twitter. This is genius. A protester chained herself to the net at the French open tennis tournament with the message of having 1028 days left to SAVE THE WORLD from climate change - 1028 days is 33 months. 33. 

     

     

    1028.jpeg

  7. 2 hours ago, BlueSky said:

    I've ordered this water distiller: White Stainless Steel Water Distiller with 4L Glass Collection Jug (makewaterpure.co.uk)

    See how it goes. Maybe I'll try the reverse osmosis option too. Anyone one with a reverse osmosis system, how much are you spending on filters?

    I've been drinking Highland Spring for years, supposed to come from organic land. Please don't tell me it's from some random tap! :-)

    What you all doing for water at the moment?

     

     

    Hey, we're using a Wrekin water filter (this one Wrekin water). Is this better or worse than a distiller?

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