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cosmicgirl
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"time to dream a NEW DREAM"
Thu Aug-28-03 10:28 AM

  

          

TAKEN FROM the text EGYPTIAN YOGA:

The preoccupation with matters such as race relations, wars, crime, social status, physical appearance, and all other intricacies of human interaction are, as we will see, manifestations of a limited (ignorant) intellect which has not been able to transcend the pettiness of the apparent world condition in order to see the larger reality, the Absolute reality that lies beyond the apparent differences that seem to exist in the world. Yes there are practical realities in the world to be dealt with in one's physical existence, but these are not to be accepted as Absolute realities, for acceptance of these as Absolute realities leads to bondage to them.

TIME TO DREAM A NEW DREAM "ACTIVISTS"


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"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous

  

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RE: time to dream a NEW DREAM
Aug 28th 2003
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our dreams
Aug 28th 2003
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      RE:Translate
Aug 28th 2003
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           dreams
Aug 28th 2003
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                RE: dreams
Aug 28th 2003
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                     from reading the posts
Aug 28th 2003
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                          RE: from reading the posts
Aug 28th 2003
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                               i haven't learned them all yet
Aug 28th 2003
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                                    RE: i haven't learned them all yet
Aug 28th 2003
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RE: time to dream a NEW DREAM
Aug 28th 2003
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peace by piece
Aug 28th 2003
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      RE: peace by piece
Aug 28th 2003
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           the Absolute Reality
Aug 28th 2003
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more to think about
Aug 28th 2003
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yall dont wanna know my dreams....
Aug 28th 2003
11
humor me
Aug 28th 2003
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      yo for real...
Aug 28th 2003
18
           yeah,
Aug 28th 2003
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                dont have showtine,i'll stick to..
Aug 28th 2003
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                     funny
Aug 28th 2003
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This is semantically dichotomous, everything's physical
Aug 28th 2003
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it is an idea of complementary opposites
Aug 28th 2003
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      I bare witness to this statement
Aug 28th 2003
22
I Have A Dream Too (c) dead prez
Aug 28th 2003
19

blueology3
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1. "RE: time to dream a NEW DREAM"
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The practicalities of life is what we used to evolve depending on how we deal with them. Ignore them and I don't care what Muata Ashby says a racist ass cop will still put a bullet in your back. Issues are bigger than race, I attribute them to a messed up spirit and mental. I like to think of Malcolm as someone who was stuck on race but evolved as a person when he realized it was a good and evil thing.

"We are not stunted in spirit, we are not europeans, we are not Christians that we should invent fables a child would laugh at and harden our eyes to preach them daylight and deep night as truth. We are not Arabs, we are not Muslims to fabricate a desert

  

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cosmicgirl
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2. "our dreams"
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both waking and sleeping, define the reality.

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blueology3
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3. "RE:Translate"
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don't know what you're asking or saying. Dreams are just different states of consciousness right?

"We are not stunted in spirit, we are not europeans, we are not Christians that we should invent fables a child would laugh at and harden our eyes to preach them daylight and deep night as truth. We are not Arabs, we are not Muslims to fabricate a desert

  

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cosmicgirl
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5. "dreams"
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are part of a collective dream field.

This collective dreamfield feeds on beliefs, dramas, human suffering, and human emotions. Without realizing it consciously, people are programmed to feed the nightmare (Called everyday reality) with their own fears and furies.

For instance, a major aspect of the dream is the fact that the Earth is a warrior planet, run and dominated by warrior mentality. The population is made up of seven different role types, with twenty-five percent of the population making up warriors. So they get to decide the game plan overall. Why? Because we are humans and we are experimenting.

BUT reading a lot of the posts, it is definitely time to just change the dream. We all have our own truths based on our experiences, and need to learn to respect and listen a little more. Or just change the dream. I vote for changing the dream.

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"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous

  

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blueology3
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10. "RE: dreams"
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So what is this change you speak about?

"We are not stunted in spirit, we are not europeans, we are not Christians that we should invent fables a child would laugh at and harden our eyes to preach them daylight and deep night as truth. We are not Arabs, we are not Muslims to fabricate a desert

  

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cosmicgirl
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12. "from reading the posts"
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while I was broswing through, they are really disheartening.

There is a difference between desires, wishes, fears, hopes, fantasies, and dreams. In undisciplined and immature people, thesee things all tend to run together, one contaminating the other without any knowledge of how to separate them.

IT is time we start separating our fears from our dreams. The reason that the collective dream is so successful (That of the warrior) is that it has been and is being sold exceptionally effectively by individuals, universities, corporations, societies, and cultures that have absolute faith in it. These concepts are spread 24 hours a day by a media that is completely caught in the dream and doesn't know it.

This board is totally ridiculous, bordering on disgusting. I consider myself an activist, and this boards says nothing of activism to me. Just a bunch of egos trying to out-clever and outwit the next cat.


I was told that the reason this board started and it's actual function are two VERY DIFFERENT THINGS. People should start thinking about that.

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"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous

  

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blueology3
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14. "RE: from reading the posts"
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What are the other 6 roles?

"We are not stunted in spirit, we are not europeans, we are not Christians that we should invent fables a child would laugh at and harden our eyes to preach them daylight and deep night as truth. We are not Arabs, we are not Muslims to fabricate a desert

  

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cosmicgirl
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15. "i haven't learned them all yet"
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the studies focused on the third and fourth stages of humanity development. I will ask for you

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blueology3
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16. "RE: i haven't learned them all yet"
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OK, so what do people dream about who buy into the warrior mentality

"We are not stunted in spirit, we are not europeans, we are not Christians that we should invent fables a child would laugh at and harden our eyes to preach them daylight and deep night as truth. We are not Arabs, we are not Muslims to fabricate a desert

  

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LK1
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Thu Aug-28-03 10:54 AM

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4. "RE: time to dream a NEW DREAM"
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If an "Absolute Reality" existed in our physical realm, which it most certainly does not and cannot given our physical limitations of human conception, I believe we'd all be there. But truth is truth, and people ARE suffering, so rather than selfishly removing ourselves from the world's troubles, we should recognize that we KNOW people are suffering and adhere to THAT consciousness. Peace,

***I'm a Child of Production***

  

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cosmicgirl
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6. "peace by piece"
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Thu Aug-28-03 11:00 AM

  

          

If an "Absolute Reality" existed in our physical realm, which it most certainly does not and cannot given our physical limitations of human conception, I believe we'd all be there. But truth is truth, and people ARE suffering, so rather than selfishly removing ourselves from the world's troubles, we should recognize that we KNOW people are suffering and adhere to THAT consciousness. Peace

Who said that the Absolute Reality and the physical realm cannot coexist? Cuz in fact they are. I know people are suffering, believe me... but do you really think yelling, pointing, and deferring blame time and time again is gonna get us anywhere as a unit. EVERYONE who woke up this morning woke up for a reason. WE are all on the same plane, and we need to start consciously changing the landscape.

You say, you believe that if an Absolute Reality, did indeed exist, we would all be there. It is available to you anytime you are ready actually. It is just that we as humans have this thing called "Reason" and we often view that as our God, before the Absolute Reality of which I speak.

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LK1
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8. "RE: peace by piece"
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um.. please explain to me what the Absolute Reality is... I mean, considering color, sound and light have all been scientifically proven to be illusions created by our own perception, how can we possibly even conceive what a reality is?

***I'm a Child of Production***

  

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cosmicgirl
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9. "the Absolute Reality"
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is God, or Oneness.

All of these apparent pieces and divisions are actually all part of the same thing.

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"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous

  

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7. "more to think about"
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Thu Aug-28-03 11:05 AM

  

          

Earth, at this time, is heavily influenced by a young soul mentality that is in many ways akin to the desires and wishes of a ten-year-old. That mentality is a "me first," "he who dies with the most toys wins" value system. This is not a bad thing, but simply a developmental stage of humanity that has outlived its useful life at this time. The planet is ready to enter the fourth stage, the mature stage of development. As the third stage corresponds to the warrior, the fourth stage corresponds to the scholar.

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"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous

  

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11. "yall dont wanna know my dreams...."
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http://www.mijamag.com "It's not just a magazine, it's a movement"

  

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13. "humor me"
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18. "yo for real..."
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u dont wanna know ..they too freaky.. a woman like me shouldnt think like this. Its too much for activist.

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21. "yeah,"
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sounds like you should save it for Real Sex, or Red Shoe Diaries or somethin.


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23. "dont have showtine,i'll stick to.."
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GENERAL DISCUSSION

http://www.mijamag.com "It's not just a magazine, it's a movement"

  

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24. "funny"
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:D

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17. "This is semantically dichotomous, everything's physical"
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Thu Aug-28-03 11:51 AM

          

We're physical beings, in
a physical world.
You say that God or oneness
is the absolute reality,
so then...how do you explain
this or make "god" or oneness
(as u put it) tangible/material?

Peace

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20. "it is an idea of complementary opposites"
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God manifests. God is refelcted in each individual. All objects are given existence by Neter, (Neters being aspects of God). All objects, including humans are Neter.


The reflection of God in say, one's life, is proportional to the degree of mental conditioning one has.


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22. "I bare witness to this statement"
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>The reflection of God in say, one's life, is proportional to
>the degree of mental conditioning one has.

Thusly, to an atheist or an agnostic for that
matter...this would not be absolute...
its moreso equivocal


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19. "I Have A Dream Too (c) dead prez"
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