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thirtypaws
Posted 9/18/2006 11:41 AM (#903 - in reply to #616)
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Thanks for the tip on affirmations, Hyper   I've also found that when you consciously switch from believing that they are powerful, to 'knowing' that they are....  things they start a-poppin! LOL

And to all the UMS students out there -- with all these fabulous books, don't know about you, but coursework is suffering a tad...  anybody know of a 'speed reading' website?

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thirtypaws
Posted 9/18/2006 11:42 AM (#904 - in reply to #616)
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If this old memory was better, Hydro wouldn't have been Hyper.  Sorry....
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Hydro-Kinetic
Posted 9/21/2006 8:01 PM (#915 - in reply to #616)
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Thank you ThirtyPaws, and your right because everythings starts in the "Mind Realm" first before it becomes Experiencal Reality. Thank you for reading my post

PS. Helloween is almost here! This is the best time of the year!
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me2cali
Posted 10/4/2006 10:03 PM (#988 - in reply to #616)
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Tarot Shadow Work, Using the Dark Symbols to Heal by Christine Jette. Great read on 2 very intersting subjects. It deals only with the Major arcana though. I thought I read somewhere that she did a book or article on the Minor also. Not possitive though.
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Kiddo Green
Posted 7/30/2008 4:33 AM (#7982 - in reply to #616)
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The Sea Priestess by Dion Fortune (forerunner of neopaganism, and a member of theosophical society in the early part of of the 20th century)

Etheric Anatomy by Victor Anderson

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Paul Joseph
Posted 7/30/2008 5:02 AM (#7991 - in reply to #7982)
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'I am That', by a Vedic Hindu sage (but it is at home, so cannot remember his name, will come back to you if you like)

'The Gnostic Gospels' complete (dip in and out)

'Mister God this is anna' (just re-read to assist memory for the Board)

Jung's Collected Works (ditto above)

Ken Wilber's Collected Works (ditto above)

The Once and Future King (ditto above)

Many favourite books I keep out to dip inot, when I need their refreshing sustenance.

One such is The Golden Thread, a collection edited by Dorothy Boux

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instinctual
Posted 7/30/2008 3:01 PM (#8034 - in reply to #616)
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Wow, great! I love it when old threads are reborn.

I am reading Naked by David Sedaris. a hilarious book!! Also, a book called Nursing In America, a year in the life of a nurse, as well as The Tao of Writing, and Writing Magic. I find myself taking a step away from wordy, heavy brain thudding literature, as I seem right now to be on a quest to be present in the moment, and not to be so dang existential all the time... Sort of, reconnecting with the feeling of my feet firmly anchored on earth. Giving myself this permission felt odd, as I am enrolled in these metaphysical studies, yet how can one accomplish and or master any of these studies without a solid dose of "this is who I am" reality, ya know? It feels good...and I highly recommend it! ahaha!

Love and Laughter, Joy and Peace- from me to yous!

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Kiddo Green
Posted 7/30/2008 6:03 PM (#8039 - in reply to #616)
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oh yeah, and the books that I dip into from time to time..and the paused reading books. too many to list.

A wealth of reference guides on gems

CAn I count all the kiddie books? There are some really good interpersonal and ecological messages in these ones too. The Rainbow Fish, Todd and the Talking Pinata (Yeah, I know, but it was good!)

Cara
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Paul Joseph
Posted 7/31/2008 4:54 AM (#8076 - in reply to #8039)
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Kiddies books are the best ...
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John W. Kelly
Posted 8/1/2008 1:16 AM (#8128 - in reply to #616)
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"Scepticism", by Kai Nielsen.

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sunflower
Posted 8/1/2008 1:49 AM (#8131 - in reply to #8076)
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animal farm,by,um paulo who was it!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/1/2008 3:51 AM (#8135 - in reply to #8131)
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George Orwell I think. Heavy stuff that !

He also wrote, 1984,and, Down and Out in Paris & London, which is still not so very far from the experience of homelessness today ..

I am honoured you might think I knew that answer Sunflower !! x
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sunflower
Posted 8/1/2008 4:16 AM (#8144 - in reply to #8135)
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ahh,i didn,t think you,d know it i knew,cos your clever and well read,repectfully,i,ve told you afore,you have much knowledge,and should never put yourself down,if you do,if you don,t thats okay.x
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/1/2008 4:19 AM (#8146 - in reply to #8144)
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Dear Sunflower, in the words of another book, 'been down so long it seems like up to me' !!

&

Dear John W Kelly: Do you believe in scepticism ? (a rhetorical pun)
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John W. Kelly
Posted 8/1/2008 11:54 AM (#8206 - in reply to #8146)
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Ha! Actually, yes. But not in it's absolute form.
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Kiddo Green
Posted 8/1/2008 8:35 PM (#8225 - in reply to #616)
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PJ- You are making me titter with your skeptism quips?

In college, a friend (very clever one), used to asked other students, "Would you like to join the Apathy Club???"

If they replied, "Nah, not really. I don't feel like it...."

He would fire back, "You're in!"

"Where are these people now?!?", Cara wonders...

Cara
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/2/2008 11:41 AM (#8257 - in reply to #8225)
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I couldn't care less about apathy; and i am not sure about scepticism either ...

xx
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Kiddo Green
Posted 8/3/2008 3:16 AM (#8315 - in reply to #616)
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Ahahaha! LOL I love it. That's the spirit! *smirk*

Cara
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/3/2008 9:29 AM (#8343 - in reply to #8315)
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Aah, but if truly was 'that', then could it be truly, the Spirit ?

ie, what is Zen ? : it is neither this nor that !

I am bowing with only but a flower in my vision ...

[sorry, last was a bit gnomic [or Gnostic - ha!]: it is a reference to Buddha's Flower Sermon, as if you wouldn't have known x]

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