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  • Re: ?

    yes, we are galaxies too!&nbsp; ever expanding to who knows where, to who knows what........? .......zinging through and around&nbsp;the cosmos at the speed of light!&nbsp; ........evolving super-computers and virtual avatars for brains and bodies, consciously becoming and blinking out of existence&nbsp;..........and in ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 16, 2008
  • Re: Ron Paul sets off moneybomb - now a serious contender

    A vision that can hold big gov't and small gov't principles and gives the rich middle and poor the purple reds blues oranges greens and beyond a place and purpose in this Kosmic Experience we call home. Yes, that's really what we need isn't it?&nbsp; A place and space for everyone......without power being used/abused to force different ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 4, 2008
  • Re: machines

    fairyfaye: would a&nbsp;kosmocentric view&nbsp;include machines as beings at some point ? and what kind of children would sex with cyborgs produce ? &nbsp; Hi ff! Most certainly it includes machines as beings...........beings of matter, light and consciousness, with the ability to reproduce.&nbsp; The possibilities of the kinds of ...
    Posted to Interplay (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 3, 2008
  • Re: Buddhism: the Only Real Science?

    Hi jondavi, Great thread!&nbsp; I too believe Buddhism is a different and more-integral science than the current western, objective-dominated, orange v-meme science.&nbsp; To me&nbsp;this is so, because Buddism/meditation recognizes the truths of both the subjective and the objective and realizes that there are no Real distinctions between the two
    Posted to Theory Au Naturel (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 3, 2008
  • Re: indigenous cultures in the modern world

    Hi ambo, I am thinking that in our haste, perhaps in our integral idealism's haste to evolve and climb towards spiritual heights, we don't acknowledge that part of green sufficiently that maybe stridently even insists on uniform respect and treatment. You very eloquently point out something very true I think.&nbsp; I have long thought Ken's ...
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 3, 2008
  • Re: ?

    Hi ff!&nbsp; As with every thing else, it interdepends......... I wonder what caused ff to pose such a question........ rk
    Posted to The Frothy Edge (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 3, 2008
  • Re: a deep issue

    Hi Dan, MiraMiller: .....&nbsp;that you always have a choice - in fact, you don't. Over the past four months, I have repeatedly found myself in situations where, exactly as Kofman says, if I don't want to do something - I just say no. But in spite of this, Reality or the players in it force me, against my will, to do things which I don't want ...
    Posted to Embodied Practice (Forum) by rkrkrk on January 2, 2008
  • Re: The 9/11 Truth Movement

    For instance: the collapse of the Soviet Union did not create the nationalistic identifications which arose in the wake of that dissolution of structure. IMO, the regions of the bloc didn't regress to ethnocentricity. The conditions which delayed and diverted a set of collective stages changed in ways which allowed developmental lines to pick up ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by rkrkrk on March 28, 2007
  • Re: The 9/11 Truth Movement

    Thanks for sharing kcd!&nbsp; Contrast our two reactions, then imagine the spectrum of human psychological/emotional responses in our country and around the world..........these are responsible for/greatly impacting many of the material manifestations that have occurred since. Powerful stuff potentially........and yet so little observable positive
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by rkrkrk on March 27, 2007
  • Re: The 9/11 Truth Movement

    I am frankly a little surprised that the 9/11 Truth topic is discussed as little as it is on the forum here. &nbsp;Im interested in hearing more from all of you about your own psychological responses to 9/11 and the war on terror in general. My strongest psychological response to the attack was to the media's and many individuals' proclamations ...
    Posted to Nunc Fluens (Forum) by rkrkrk on March 26, 2007
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