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Ijinfuhen
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Re: Potential to heal?
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On the subject of vibration then.

It is possible to vibrate an energy regardless of it`s nature to a lower or higher vibrative state of it`s norm.
As energy can be altered or transformed, like how you make less volts of a higher voltage in any adapter.

It`s a bit like that.

So regardless of the energy you can make it a higher vibration, but it`s effects do not always support this.
Thus effects change, property change through change of substance.
Like stretching time, duration becomes slower to perception outside of the stretched time.
On both sides that is.
So a property alteration doesn`t mean the natural effect will stay the same or become better or more intense.
Intensity comes with volume of energy and it`s density.

Low density energies have less intense effects then high density energies.
But that also depends on the type of energy, so it`s not a simple 1+1=2 outcome.

Same as with light and darkness, if you increase vibration of light energy it simply becomes more active, it spreads out more and accumulates itself in a steady structure, that means that when you make it higher it stretches but is still attached to each other, but it is much more brittle.

When you lower it however it becomes less stretched and more sturdy, less easy to poke some other energy inbetween and break it.

If you make darkness higher it stretches out aswell, but it becomes more sticky and elastic and doesn`t move well.
It is harder to control since you are dealing with something with viscocity.
It doesn`t break, but clings to everything.

If you lower it it becomes more dense and solid.
It is easier to control in terms of direction, but it`s mass also requires a different approach, since the space between each particle of energy becomes very small.
However that also cause it to draw in other energies and it converts them, or rather it assimilates the energies into itself.
The mass grows but it does so in a non-symetrical manner and makes your end result look like a blob of darkness wich has hardened

However if you keep both of these energies in it`s normal state, they actually don`t interfere with eachother.

They both don`t sway to one another, and if you allow them to you can combine them into a mix, although that mix won`t give a new colour or something.
Nor will it cancel out one another, only then it starts interacting with eachother.

And when it does it doesn`t sway to either one.
It actually allows you to combine effects of dark and light into a new system.

And since each weakness of the other is covered, neither seperate light, nor seperate dark can come in between it, it is repelled.

That`s why i always said that using both is much more benefitial.
Plus the false notion of dark is negative and light is positive is also false.

A lower vibration turns into a negative value and a high vibration turns into a positive value, but not in the sense of i like this this is positive and i don`t like this this is negative, it simply means positive and negative as in + and -

Can you try this and see for yourself if this was accurate?

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Tanemon06
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Re: Potential to heal?
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quote:

So you're an atheist then. Perhaps agnostic?

I don't equate spirituality to religion at all, I can assure you. In fact, many atheists I know practice some form of spirituality.


No, I wouldn't call myself an atheist. I'm a modern human being, and a spiritually oriented person. I can see some good in the core beliefs (or better, insights or perceptions) of many religions.

I agree that if you look at religions historically, pretty well all of them have become involved, at times, with power games. Some more than others, and some for longer stretches of time than others.

Some modern spiritual people of the last century or so have seen the world's existing large-scale religions as, on the one hand, shrines to the eternal truths, and on the other, encrusted institutions that smother the essential truths. But reformers of religions in ages past have also felt this way, going back thousands of years.

When historians of individual religions look at something like primitive Christianity (1st-century AD) or early Buddhism, they find that groups of people sharing the same or very similar perceptions or inspiration had to evolve a set of observances and customs that allowed them to meet, live around each other, and get along in ordinary human matters. These are a large part of the basis of the original norms and codes of behavior amongst the participants or "followers".

As time goes on, these norms and ethics get much elaborated. I believe that for a certain period of time the elaboration is largely practical. As soon as there's acceptance and maybe patronage from wealthy and powerful people, or links to rulers and governments (etc), the whole concept and game can become more enmeshed in prestige, ceremony, power, money, control of adherents and maybe of a whole populace in general.

By personal inclination, I'd say I feel more sympathetic to mystical religions (aspects of Buddhism, or Vedantic Hinduism, or "primitive Christianity") than to fundamentally ethical religions like Judaism, Islam, or Confucianism. But I don't belong to any of these.

Still, I feel people and communities and societies do need ethics. I'm not sure it's "religious" to value what seems to one to be "socially good". I once lived for two winters in a shared household of six adults - it turned out we needed some rules. I once lived for several years on shared rural land, with separate households - it turned out we needed agreed-upon habits. Larger communities of people have similar needs, and on a somewhat larger scale.

Edited by Tanemon06 on 07/10/13 06:12 PM.




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Re: Potential to heal?
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No, I wouldn't call myself an atheist. I'm a modern human being, and a spiritually oriented person. I can see some good in the core beliefs (or better, insights or perceptions) of many religions.



That doesn't disqualify an atheist though.


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Tanemon06
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That doesn't disqualify an atheist though.


Seems to me people adopt or identify with a label: Christian, Buddhist, Jew, Muslim, atheist, etc. The simple thing is, I don't identify with the label "athiest".

You do, and that's fine.


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Re: Potential to heal?
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Heal the self first.

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Tiat
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There are many ways to heal.

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Human beings need rules because we don't trust ourselves not to run amok without them.

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II don't mind rules, as long as those making the rules also abide by them. which in a lot of cases they don't.


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