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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: CONDITIONING.
vertical line Posted on May.29.2008 @ 02:19AM EDT by shayne

Seems most of you on the forum are VERY condtioned in your thought patterns and cant see past them.

who speaks?

huh?

whats this crap.

enlightenment?

an idea.

seperation?

wtf is seperation anyway?

an idea. we are automatically in touch with reality. their is no trying to connect.

we hear sounds regardless if we pay attention to them or not.

attention?

opps i can see past that one.

no mind.

all i see is ideas of mind on this forum.

including no mind.

the mind is the attention.

not no mind.

not anything else.

so what other IDEAS are you people gonna come up with next?


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Reply from Woodsman
May.29.2008
05:10AM EDT 
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vertical line reading into darkness

is the same as turning your back on the truth, the poor, the sick, the helpless condition

of the rational idiot who grabs for answer to form sentences which lead further away from

the truth of where one is, the closeness of being present within the body and mind as

equal reflections of one another is denied away again and again, reborn in ignorance to a

clear way of being which neither takes or gives delusion as a source of awakening to

Self as other than what is within as without suffering as source of awakening, so be it

shaynee
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Reply from 9999999
May.29.2008
06:12AM EDT 
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vertical line why take anything seriously?  it makes the great joke all the funnier
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
07:16AM EDT 
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my name is shayne not shaynee you friggin goofball.

hahaha.

anyway...........what complexity are you babbeling about?

all i know is we buried my gfs great grandmother so i hugged my gfs gram.

all i knew was to comfort the living. other then that she was dead and their was nothing that could be done about it.

so i dont turn away from the truth.

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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
08:19AM EDT 
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My name's friggin' goofball.  
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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
08:20AM EDT 
vertical line Anyway, anyway,  that's a lot of statements, even for a friggin' goofball.
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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
08:21AM EDT 
vertical line Oh no.  You'll never be free of your conditioning.  What y're gonna do?  Now?
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
08:29AM EDT 
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vertical line this mind is already free. it can look anywhere and into anything.
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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
08:43AM EDT 
vertical line The nature of the mind is neurotic - it wants, always, two things at the same time.  
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
09:09AM EDT 
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vertical line two things? how about one thing at a time which it can ever do. you cant focus on two things at once.
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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
09:24AM EDT 
vertical line No, two things.  Always two things.  Like 'I want to please my girlfriend by mowing the lawn' and 'I don't want to mow the lawn'.
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
09:26AM EDT 
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id rather be neurotic then be you. thats for sure.

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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
09:32AM EDT 
vertical line So you got a result then, that's for sure. 
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
09:33AM EDT 
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vertical line and btw who said i want to please my gf too? YOU! ha
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Reply from ______
May.29.2008
09:41AM EDT 
vertical line Your girlfriend will have a cow if you don't get it mowed.  For the grass. 
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Reply from Woodsman
May.29.2008
09:45AM EDT 
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vertical line build a bluebird house today
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Reply from shayne
May.29.2008
10:02AM EDT 
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Quote: "Your girlfriend will have a cow if you don't get it mowed.  For the grass. "
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already mowed.

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Reply from glorymind
May.29.2008
11:03AM EDT 
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Quote: "The nature of the mind is neurotic - it wants, always, two things at the same time.  "
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A walk in the park.

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Reply from Lynnoh
May.29.2008
11:10AM EDT 
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Quote: "build a bluebird house today "
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oh looky.. it's the bluebird of happiness ! hahahaha

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Reply from 9999999
May.29.2008
11:47AM EDT 
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