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18 minutes ago, Mr H said:

I would like to know what method you guys use to identify and follow your intuition?

 

With kindest regards.

 

I don't know how to explain it.  Sometimes I get strong negative or positive vibes from new people I meet, without any words

being said! It's my "Gut" instinct.

 

Words are so important whether it's on television or with friends, family, strangers etc but sometimes they don't know the

meaning of the words they are saying themselves!

 

I don't like toxic people and I was becoming toxic myself sometimes towards others in 2020 when in Spain we had such a severe lockdown,

and I was personally in a challenging environment. It was a wake up call for me. So something positive came from the lies!

 

 

 

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According to the law of assumption (Neville Goddard), intuition doesn't exist. Intuition and our gut feeling is our subconscious assumptions, based on our experiences and traumas stored in our cells, and our expectations of something or someone. Following intuition would imply that we are not responsible, or that we are not the creators of our reality, it would imply that someone else has free will in our reality. So there can't be such a thing as 'intuition', because what your intuition tells you may not be true for someone else's intuition.

 

I have always been an intuition advocate, don't get me wrong, however since looking into the law of assumption in the last few months, and the fact that there's no free will, I question everything.

 

So, say for example, your intuition tells you a person is evil. And so if you believe someone is evil, that person in your reality will behave as evil, however to another person who doesn't see them as evil, they will not behave as such. Our reality is a projection of our subconscious assumptions. It's a hard pill to swallow but I recommend you to look into this subject, it's interesting.

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1 hour ago, atenea said:

According to the law of assumption (Neville Goddard), intuition doesn't exist. Intuition and our gut feeling is our subconscious assumptions, based on our experiences and traumas stored in our cells, and our expectations of something or someone. Following intuition would imply that we are not responsible, or that we are not the creators of our reality, it would imply that someone else has free will in our reality. So there can't be such a thing as 'intuition', because what your intuition tells you may not be true for someone else's intuition.

 

I have always been an intuition advocate, don't get me wrong, however since looking into the law of assumption in the last few months, and the fact that there's no free will, I question everything.

 

So, say for example, your intuition tells you a person is evil. And so if you believe someone is evil, that person in your reality will behave as evil, however to another person who doesn't see them as evil, they will not behave as such. Our reality is a projection of our subconscious assumptions. It's a hard pill to swallow but I recommend you to look into this subject, it's interesting.

 

that sounds like an argument for moral reletavism

 

somethings ARE objectively wrong and just because other wrong-uns out there don't see it as wrong doesn't mean it isn't wrong

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On 3/8/2022 at 10:25 AM, Mr H said:

I would like to know what method you guys use to identify and follow your intuition?

 

 

I think first you have to identify what intuition is. IMO, in it's purest form, intuition is information. Information attained instinctively, thru direct knowledge or cognition without rational thought.

 

I've been studying Quantum Reality recently, and think you might find answers to questions that aren't on the surface, obvious. I believe that the earth's resonance frequency of 7.83 Hz, and our shifting in and out of the quantum field while transferring information, has a direct effect on intuition and manifestation. I also feel that this hidden power we possess is the only way the human race can and will survive. We just have to remember who we are. Meditation helps.

 

QUANTUM PHYSICS, How To Bend Reality - Dr. Joe Dispenza

 

 

What The Bleep Do We Know?

 

 

 

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On 3/20/2022 at 11:11 PM, Macnamara said:

 

that sounds like an argument for moral reletavism

 

somethings ARE objectively wrong and just because other wrong-uns out there don't see it as wrong doesn't mean it isn't wrong

I know, right? 🤔 At this point I don't discard anything, I believe anything is possible.

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On 3/20/2022 at 9:34 PM, atenea said:

So, say for example, your intuition tells you a person is evil. And so if you believe someone is evil, that person in your reality will behave as evil, however to another person who doesn't see them as evil, they will not behave as such

 

But some people ARE psychopaths who do things that do cause harm to others and just because another psychopath doesn't see their actions as problematic doesn't mean that those actions are ok for wider society

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Only trial and error and after sometime, you'll know you are right.

 

Talking of bending reality.....

 

WHAT IF.... you could jump time and go to pararel world that you'd never die? 🤔

Basically, you jump back to your past...say after graduating from school so that you don't have to sit in a classroom ever again but everytime you go back, you take your current knowledge but become younger and re-live your youth. You keep on doing this. 😆

I think Mandela effect has got something to do with it.

 

 

 

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What I have found recently is that environment for me personally seems to matter. The more time I spend in nature, the more in tune I am with "myself" - and the intuition flows. 

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13 minutes ago, Mr H said:

What I have found recently is that environment for me personally seems to matter. The more time I spend in nature, the more in tune I am with "myself" - and the intuition flows. 

 

That may be so for now but try not to become dependent on the environment.

What if you end up in a war zone? Your intuition goes?

For me it is to do with 'on need to know' basis. 😉

 

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1 minute ago, DaleP said:

 

That may be so for now but try not to become dependent on the environment.

What if you end up in a war zone? Your intuition goes?

For me it is to do with 'on need to know' basis. 😉

 

I'm just trying to cultivate it Dale. Hopefully it stays with me once embedded more....

 

It's a fine line between egoic thinking and intuition in my experience. 

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1 hour ago, Mr H said:

I'm just trying to cultivate it Dale. Hopefully it stays with me once embedded more....

 

It's a fine line between egoic thinking and intuition in my experience. 

 

Interesting. For me, ego doesn't come into it.

It's a matter of question, have I got it right? Question mark, question mark.....till you find out if I was correct or not.

The fun part is finding out if I was correct and it takes some courage to ask question if someone else is involved but it doesn't bother me now.

Life is too short to be worrying. Just ask. lol

 

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2 hours ago, DaleP said:

Only trial and error and after sometime, you'll know you are right.

 

Talking of bending reality.....

 

WHAT IF.... you could jump time and go to pararel world that you'd never die? 🤔

Basically, you jump back to your past...say after graduating from school so that you don't have to sit in a classroom ever again but everytime you go back, you take your current knowledge but become younger and re-live your youth. You keep on doing this. 😆

I think Mandela effect has got something to do with it.

 

 

 

A little bit of Sliders, a sprinkle of Quantum Leap, with a dash of...

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7 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Interesting. For me, ego doesn't come into it.

It's a matter of question, have I got it right? Question mark, question mark.....till you find out if I was correct or not.

The fun part is finding out if I was correct and it takes some courage to ask question if someone else is involved but it doesn't bother me now.

Life is too short to be worrying. Just ask. lol

 

Just to clarify, when I use the word ego, i refer to the sense of being a person, a body mind. Rather than some mal personality trait.

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On 3/8/2022 at 3:25 PM, Mr H said:

I would like to know what method you guys use to identify and follow your intuition?

 

With kindest regards.

i notice synchronisities and follow 

 

n.b i might miss some synchronisms but they werent meant to be noticed by me , just yet. 

 

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On 4/9/2022 at 10:40 PM, Macnamara said:

 

But some people ARE psychopaths who do things that do cause harm to others and just because another psychopath doesn't see their actions as problematic doesn't mean that those actions are ok for wider society

I agree - we are ruled by psycopaths after all, right? What if the majority of people are also psychopaths and therefore they don't see psychopaths as bad? what if what we perceive as harm (killing, etc.) doesn't matter or is not such harm to the majority of the subconscious? I know I'm stretching it a lot here, but everything could be possible. We truthers are so adamant in defending the good and in being good, in the light, etc... but in the grand scheme of things, what is good and bad if not two sides of the same coin? from a broader perspective, nothing's good or bad. I am deviating, I know :)

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36 minutes ago, atenea said:

I agree - we are ruled by psycopaths after all, right? What if the majority of people are also psychopaths and therefore they don't see psychopaths as bad? what if what we perceive as harm (killing, etc.) doesn't matter or is not such harm to the majority of the subconscious? I know I'm stretching it a lot here, but everything could be possible. We truthers are so adamant in defending the good and in being good, in the light, etc... but in the grand scheme of things, what is good and bad if not two sides of the same coin? from a broader perspective, nothing's good or bad. I am deviating, I know :)

Yeah I think I understand your point. From the absolute perspective there is no duality. So good and bad does not exist. This is our essential nature. However, this illusory world does exist still and we have to participate in it. And although we could say our essential nature never suffers, the character in the illusion or play does and as such we try and create rules, or ethics with which to conduct ourselves in the illusion so no one suffers, because no illusory self enjoys suffering. I am pondering now, whether if we all truly realized our true essential nature, whether there would be a need for ethics and whether suffering would exist? We would all just be I guess.

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2 hours ago, atenea said:

 from a broader perspective, nothing's good or bad. I am deviating, I know :)

 

I don't agree with that

 

I believe there is objective morality in the cosmos and that if we deviate from that we make the world a living hell

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On a personal level, I think it gets a bit easier with more understanding of my genuine needs. Not by following a commercial thought pattern. Intuitively I know I am happier whilst surrounded by nature and not by energy vampires. I know I’m stating the obvious but I find that when things get difficult it can be too easy to react and not use our intuition.

 

by not having a cluttered life in all ways I think it becomes as much instinctive as opposed to intuitive.  When I have that gut feeling about a person or place I’m usually right but not always

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Living Magically: The Art of Chewing Life Up and Spitting it Out

June 9, 2015
Gary “Z’ McGee, Staff Writer
Waking Times

“The Universe is saying: Allow me to flow through you unrestricted, and you will see the greatest magic you have ever seen.” –Klaus Joehle

You’ve probably heard the now common cliché, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” How true it is. But it’s not enough to know it with your head. You need to understand it with your heart; with your mind, body, and soul, in order to create magic with it. You need to be proactive about it, in order for it to really have an impact in your life. Like Daniel Pinchbeck said, “Deep down, nobody wants a job to occupy his or her time. We want a mission that inspires us.”

This will probably require getting a little “crazy,” a little bit “nuts.” In order to make your life more magical, you may need to take a non-dogmatic leap of faith. Let yourself go mad. Let yourself be weird. Like Kurt Vonnegut said, “We are here on Earth to fart around, and don’t let anybody tell you any different.” Farting around is making a big stink, it’s laughing at the all-too-serious human condition, and it’s falling in love with impermanence.

You are a magical creature, even if you’re not consciously aware of it. Your inner-child wants desperately to come out and play, even if you have suppressed it; even if it has been oppressed by a sick society. Jump into the angry abyss with a smile on your face. This is how magic has always been created, from shamans to Shakespeare. Get out there and live! Look for the magic within things. Look for the magic within you. Like William Butler Yeats poetically articulated, “The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

Dreamer of Dreams

“Not to dream boldly may turn out to be irresponsible.” –George Leonard

Haters gonna hate, lovers gonna love. And the best place to start loving, is to start dreaming your love into being. Dream of cathartic thunder resonating between lonely hearts. Dream of lightening in a jar drank to the dregs by humorless men desperately trying to regain their sense of humor. Dream of chaotic empathy usurping orderly apathy. Dethrone the parochial by dreaming God and Satan are playing tennis, and no matter how much they play, the score is always love-love. Like George Bernard Shaw said, “You see things, and you say ‘Why?’ But I dream things that never were, and I say, ‘Why not?’”

Between wakefulness and dreams there is a third thing: metamorphosis. Dreams don’t stand still: they move; they change; they dissolve and crumble and coalesce and regroup. As a dreamer of dreams, you must do the same. And if your dreams are “flying south for the winter,” then that’s probably where you should be heading. Turn your dreams into a quest, into a journey of the most high. Whether it’s the quest for health, truth or love, “quest” is the key word, and the journey is always the thing.

Forget logic and reason for a time. Let unreason and magic shine. Then bring logic and reason back in for a little tidying up. Do it with high humor, and the magic that comes from being the dreamer of dreams will not elude you. Like Carl Jung said, “Reason and understanding must unite with unreason and magic.” Let them unite within you in perfectly imperfect recognition.

The Greek word Thumos is the desire for prestige. It is the dream of the perfect recognition, when all that is great within ourselves synergizes perfectly with all that is eternal in the cosmos in harmonic synchronicity.
Mythmaker of Myths

“Dream the myth forward.” –Carl Jung

The greatest magic is transmuting the passions. And nothing is as powerful, alchemically, at transmuting the passions than myth.

Joseph Campbell described mythology as having four basic functions:

The Mystical Function: experiencing the awe of the universe,
The Cosmological Function: explaining the shape of the universe,
The Sociological Function: supporting and validating a certain social order, and
The Pedagogical Function: how to live a human lifetime under any circumstances.

As far as being a myth-maker is concerned, the mystical and the pedagogical functions are the most important. This is because the primary method of myth is sensual, not verbal. Language is secondary, and only because it is the only way we have to communicate the mythic vision. But by relearning this, sensual, nonverbal language (what Derrick Jensen calls “a language older than words”), we open ourselves up to the majesty of the cosmos and allow for the inner-workings of nature to rethread herself through us.

Our tool is myth. Our goal becomes, as Thomas Berry said, “to move the human community from its destructive presence on the planet to a benign or mutually enhancing presence on the planet.” The myths we harbor can work for or against us. Our current myth is a violent, exploitative, dog-eat-dog system. Unfortunately, we’ve swallowed this myth: hook, line, and sinker. Our duty, if we have the courage, is to update this outdated, unsustainable myth by becoming mythmakers who have the audacity to create a contemporary, sustainable system that meets violence with laughter, exploitation with expiation, and the dog-eat-dog system with a human-support-human system.

Mythology is an ever-present, ever-receding horizon mediated through the creative imagination of individuals and cultures and venerated through art and cosmology. As Louis G. Herman wrote, “The retelling of mythology helps access the creative energy of the ancient past within the present. In this understanding, past, present, and future become separate faces of a single reality,” or, as Jean Gebser put it, an “ever-present origin.”

If we can step back every once in a while and think like an outsider. If we can let go of the “story,” and release the myth. If we can think past it, around it, inside and out of it. If we can accept it for what it is, and then let our imagination run rampant all over it. If we can take the frame of our yester-life and reshape it, widen it, rebuild it out of rubber-bands, or weaponry turned livingry, or desertification turned greenery. If we can break it, if need be. If we can do that, then we can prevent the frame from ever becoming a locked safe. And if it ever happens to become a locked safe, it’s never too late. We know the combination. And if for any reason we should lose that combination, then we must have the courage to shatter the lock. Like Tony Robbins said, “Passion is the genesis of genius.” Being a mythmaker is having the passion to shatter outdated locks with updated sledgehammers.
Jokester of Jokes

“Life should be lived to the point of tears.” –Albert Camus

Nature loves audacious courage. Commit to nature and she responds by removing obstacles from your path. This is how magic is done. This is the art of chewing life up and spitting it out. This is the shamanic dance in the abyss.

One of the most amazing things that courageous people discover on their journey is how fulfilling the self-made path is, especially when they don’t know where it might lead. The awesome realization that if the path were clear, and everything ahead of us were known, it simply would not be fulfilling. Even if we cannot admit it to ourselves, we yearn for astonishment. We long to be surprised, to be in awe, to be taken aback by the majesty of the Great Mystery.

It is within the labyrinth of our own journey, with its twists and turns, ups and downs, hidden demons and thrashing thresholds, where we find true fulfillment. Not on the clear path of others, with their wide-open and clearly forecasted ways, their all-too-noticeable signs, their spoon-fed morsels of already-lived life, and their parochial paradigms handed down piecemeal from shrunken comfort zones. In the adventure of our own labyrinth, there is no such thing as dead ends. There is only the illusion of dead ends. On the already-lived-path-of-others there are always dead ends, especially if you don’t do things as “they” did, or as authority commands.

This is not to say that we should not stand upon the shoulders of giants. We definitely should. But we ought to make such standing a part of our journey rather than an end to it. If we can allow ourselves to be individuated voyeurs, peeking in on the paths of others, borrowing the magic that works and discarding that which insults our soul, all while using it to see further than they could, then we make our journey our own while learning from those who came before us. And the best part is we don’t get stuck, because we’re simply borrowing an egg or two (of knowledge) from their baskets, rather than placing all our eggs into any single basket.

By living the self-made labyrinth of our own journey, we turn the tables upon the cosmic joke itself. Instead of being the butt-end of the joke, we become the almighty jokester, the personified trickster, transcending seriousness with a humor of the most high. We become the one who laughs instead of the one who is laughed at. We liberate ourselves to laugh at it all, to poke holes in makeshift ideologies (especially our own), and to usurp outdated thrones with updated humor.

The paths that came before us pale in comparison to the paths that lay within us. Similarly, the dogmatic seriousness that came before us pales in comparison to the humorous sincerity that lies within us. Their old magic is no match for our new magic. I beseech you, you who would live a magical life of adventure and self-discovery, your path begins at the perceived limits of your comfort zone. Authentic love begins with genuine humor. Dream the dream forward. Dream the myth forward. Dream the joke forward. Laugh, and laugh hard, especially at stagnate dreams, outdated myths, and parochial gods. The world doesn’t need more obedient followers, sycophants, and bootlickers. It desperately needs more disobedient dreamers, mythmakers, and jokesters.

“In conclusion, there is no conclusion. Things will go on as they always have, getting weirder all the time.” –Robert Anton Wilson


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Gary ‘Z’ McGee, a former Navy Intelligence Specialist turned philosopher, is the author of Birthday Suit of God and The Looking Glass Man. His works are inspired by the great philosophers of the ages and his wide awake view of the modern world.
https://www.wakingtimes.com/2015/06/...itting-it-out/

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On 4/17/2022 at 11:41 PM, Macnamara said:

 

I don't agree with that

 

I believe there is objective morality in the cosmos and that if we deviate from that we make the world a living hell

Ultimately, everything is part of the light. Even the darkness. Although there are some who say that everything comes out of the darkness, including the light🤷‍♀️

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