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  • Re: The Dark Side

    I don't know quite where to start, but I clicked reply with the intention of saying I can relate; probably most of us can.&nbsp; It's easy to tell ourselves (and others) that these dark times will pass, but that doesn't help much when we're wrapped up in that darkness.&nbsp; I had kind of a bad night of it last night (it's been building for a few ...
    Posted to The Seventh Circle (Forum) by Resurrected on January 23, 2008
  • Re: Shadow-Boxing the Opposites

    Almost certainly because of some shadow issues of my own, I'm usually a&nbsp;little hyper-sensitive to the one-upmanship game you mentioned.&nbsp; If I get even a faint impression of one-upmanship, I tend to focus on the interpersonal dynamic and very nearly disregard the content of a conversation.&nbsp; This quite often creates bigger problems ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by Resurrected on January 16, 2008
  • Re: 潺螢潺涕ッ筐 (Emil Inama says Ken is totally Invited)

    I never noticed that you live in Utah.&nbsp; I live about 10-15 miles from the address you posted...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by Resurrected on December 31, 2007
  • Re: Buddhism: the Only Real Science?

    That is a very interesting article.&nbsp; In the absence of any direct addres to anyone, and at the risk of coming across as self-centered, I can't help thinking you posted it in response to me, because it so directly addresses my last post.&nbsp; It's given me some things to think about.&nbsp; It reminds me of the debate over freewill, and ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by Resurrected on December 19, 2007
  • Re: Buddhism: the Only Real Science?

    A couple points about science I'd like to put out there for comment... First, what makes scientific inquiry scientific is not empiricism, but objectivity.&nbsp; It just so happens that empirical inquiry is the only logical way we know of that is objective. An objection might arise at this point that statistics are an objective kind of ...
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by Resurrected on December 19, 2007
  • Re: you know

    vulgan: i have a cynicism toward the path&nbsp;and its own trappings even&nbsp;if i am on it. Heh, I'm with you there, very much so.&nbsp; One of the things I deleted from my first response was something to the effect of being fed up with all the new age fluffbunny bullshit I've seen in the last 12 years or so, ever since I found an ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by Resurrected on December 17, 2007
  • Re: you know

    If I understand you correctly, and please forgive me (and correct me)&nbsp;if I simplify it too far in attempt to summarize: you're saying that in a very real sense, everyone is already enlightened, and life is a process of learning to be that more firmly and in a less 'accidental' way, but that in no way adds to or augments the enlightnement we ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by Resurrected on December 16, 2007
  • Re: you know

    vulgan: from what ive read (sore unslept eyes) you believe i'm anti human I'm really at a loss why you'd think so... The thing I was trying to convey generally was that I think to say there is no distinction between waking and sleeping is an oversimplification.&nbsp; That's the overarching idea that informs everything else I was ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by Resurrected on December 16, 2007
  • Re: you know

    I don't want to overcomplicate this by trying to respond to your post bit by bit, Vulgan.&nbsp; But I do want to respond.&nbsp; I like how you think, and I like the fact that you don't seem to be trying to pull your punches, but at the same time you retain a kind of gentleness in your approach.&nbsp; I appreciate your being here.&nbsp; So... ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by Resurrected on December 15, 2007
  • Re: you know

    you and everyone&nbsp;born and&nbsp;grown into a&nbsp;person&nbsp;are playing.&nbsp; people are characters and in their depths, under the noises their&nbsp;life,&nbsp;they are artists&nbsp; --- and&nbsp;you know this.&nbsp; there is something aware of&nbsp;our art&nbsp;in every state possible in life.&nbsp; sometimes, this suspiscion takes a ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by Resurrected on December 14, 2007
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