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    Re: I ache from loneliness

    I've always preferred being alone. I tend to get exhausted with too much company, too often.

    However, it may just be a symptom of this fatigue disorder( mitochondrial disorder)I have more than an...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    fRoRLWuzSL8
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    an aside: it's prudent to break your fears up into manageable parts. in no way am i suggesting you just cannonball into the pits of hell and hope for the best.

    as i said, part of my practice is...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    hi Ernie, no your granddaughter would not be best served by having terrible parents. that's a horrible idea and i'm not saying that at all.

    but on the flip side, it would be doing her an...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    all beautifully expressed and thank you.

    shadow work does force us to lose some innocence, but i view that as a healthy thing. too much innocence equals naivete, and naivete isn't a productive...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    thanks for all the thoughtful replies.

    to clarify: i don't mean to suggest one should be consumed with evil. but i think one should be keenly aware of it.

    ignoring the robber sneaking in the...
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    Sure, I hear you. I do.

    But also be aware of what you're not focusing on.

    Evil is out there. Malevolence is out there. Getting accustomed to that is prudent. Ignore it at your own peril.
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    Re: Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    Part of my practice of exposing myself to malevolence is watching prison docs, or interviews of people who have been in prison. Stuff like that.

    I do that because that's one of my greatest fears:...
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    Exposing Yourself To Malevolence

    I've been thinking about this concept lately, and I think it holds enormous value.

    Why?

    Answer: Relativity.

    For example: say you did 10 years in a federal prison. Upon release, you would...
  10. Re: Precognitive Dreams : (Another) Thread for Personal Experiences

    Cool thread Tam.

    I told this story here before, I think. But maybe it's worth telling again.

    I had this lucid dream once (tho I did not know I was dreaming, such was the level of its lucidity),...
  11. Would Anyone Be Interested In Doing An Astrological Chart For My Friend?

    I know this is a long and tedious thing. Asking a lot maybe.

    I'll owe you a favor:)
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    Re: A Barbarian And A Poet

    Thanks for the suggestion Praxis!:thumbsup: I'm always looking for something new to read.
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    Re: Mysterious Deaths of Holistic Doctors

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  15. Re: French Inventor flies across the English Channel on his kerosene powered hoverboard...

    that is one of the coolest things i've ever seen
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    Re: Sexsomnia and you...

    Hmmm....

    I recall being a boy and witnessing my Dad sleep walk. He'd arrive in our room, angry and disheveled, and demand we get ready for some implied event. We'd explain to him it was...
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    Transformative Trauma

    This thread was inspired by Cara mostly, after a small exchange we had on the ask the mods thread.

    Her question was: what is the most transformative experience you've ever had? And how did it...
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    Re: A Barbarian And A Poet

    Hey thanks!

    No I've never read any Harisson, but I will now for certain.

    In my mid 20's I became aware of some deficiencies of mine that I couldn't justify avoiding anymore. I tried...
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    Re: A Barbarian And A Poet

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