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Old 06-07-2007, 01:29 AM   #1
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I noticed we have a few Stuie Wilde fans on the board, this is part one of an excellent workshop he gave in Copenhagen in 2000..


I'll post part two later when I get a chance to upload it.

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Old 06-07-2007, 01:36 AM   #2
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Old 06-07-2007, 05:31 AM   #3
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I noticed we have a few Stuie Wilde fans on the board, this is part one of an excellent workshop he gave in Copenhagen in 2000..

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0FY0MKY0

I'll post part two later when I get a chance to upload it.

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Thanks Montag!!! Really loved this....nearly wet the you know whats laughing!!
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There's never a dull moment at a Stuart Wilde presentation!

Patiently waiting for part 2 now





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Thanks montag. Listening now & it's cracking me up, LOL!!
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Everything else I have of Stuies is copyrighted so I'm unable to post it..
But News for the soul has a few good interviews with him here if you're interested..
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I noticed we have a few Stuie Wilde fans on the board, this is part one of an excellent workshop he gave in Copenhagen in 2000..

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0FY0MKY0

I'll post part two later when I get a chance to upload it.

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Killer workshop..Stuie Rocks..thanks mate.....now you and your little dog, just piss off
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LMAO, loved the dog snot, the gurus always being up hills / mountains etc too Had me in fits so much I had to keep pausing cos I was missing bits!! Was a good Stuie-fix for sure
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:27 AM   #12
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Stuart Wilde on Coast 2 Coast AM 2004..

In this interview Stuart talks about how he introduced David Icke to Ayahuasca..

http://www.coasttocoastam.com/shows/2004/02/04.html
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:28 AM   #13
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Do I have to be a member to get that interview Montag?

And what's the go with this stuff!? Full on or what?



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In the photo here this fascinating morph process has been captured on film. You can see that Justis' upper body, especially his head has gone very hazy, and his arms really aren't there at all. Around his legs the morph is less strong, but it's still enough to make them also look rather blurred. Behind him we have indicated what seems to be a set of etheric wings. It came as surprise. I didn't image the announcement in the morph of the arrival of man with wings meant that we would actually see it in the etheric. But there it is. The other person in the photo beside Justis has remained in his normal solid state.
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Do I have to be a member to get that interview Montag?
Yes sorry, I didn't realize until after I posted it. I did have a copy of this interview, but I lost it when my last computer died.
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Default Stuart Wilde - Miracles Audiobook

Stuart Wilde discusses the law of attraction..

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not so much of a researcher more an energy worker. he's been beating out a path for others to walk, for a long time now

seems to have turned a corner with his 'journey beyond enlightenment' audio series focusing even more on the spiritual. (he himself says he had a profound experience where he saw beyong the matrix)



http://www.stuartwilde.com/


http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?...77513942&hl=en
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I noticed we have a few Stuie Wilde fans on the board, this is part one of an excellent workshop he gave in Copenhagen in 2000..

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0FY0MKY0

I'll post part two later when I get a chance to upload it.

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wow he's on form in this one !

good stuff
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New from Stuart Wilde's blog



Romanticism

Romanticism was a movement of the mid 1700s until the midpoint into 1800s; it was a movement of painting, art, and writing that emphasized warmth, color and softness.

I was very influenced in the early days of my writing by romantic French writers like Stendhal, Flaubert and Baudelaire who said: "Romanticism is precisely situated neither in choice of subject nor exact truth, but in the way of feeling."

Many intellectual historians have seen Romanticism as a key movement when perceptions shifted as a reaction against the logical thinking that was then described as the Age of Enlightenment, during which time people felt reason and facts were the only way to go. Wikipedia says “While thinkers of the Enlightenment emphasized the primacy of deductive reasoning, Romanticism emphasized intuition, imagination and feeling.”


You can see the color and romance in this painting by Irish painter Daniel Maclise. A Scene from 'Undine' (detail) 1843 (The Queen owns this one)

I realized that the things I teach today are a return to Romanticism for we seek to establish an order built on softness, colourful expression and tender sentiments. In a world of perpetual war and the grey, yang-style harshness of a scary media, and the cold logic of technology, and a New World Order that we don’t want, romanticism offers us a ray of hope—a softer way.

I’ve seen it manifest in myself as adoration and admiration, like watching a dog in the park, a baby in a carriage, an old lady hobbling across a street, a sunset in the desert. It is all about respect for Gaia and our humanity. It is about sensuality, love and esteem.


Francesco Hayez, The Kiss

The best of it comes to you as heightened perceptions once you become comfortable in your skin then you can look beyond yourself and truly see what is out there and how beautiful it really is. It is really an honouring of femininity and the soft things of life.


READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE HERE:
http://www.stuartwildeblog.com/perce...manticism.html
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I love Stuie Wilde he has such a sense of humour like that doesn't take everything so serious. My fav book so far is gods gladiators but i just ordered his new one.

Big up Mr Wilde
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