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    • Are Jedi Against Deception (Last post by Kamizu)
    • If you were Air Force why do you call yourself a soldier? In your journal you said you became a paratrooper right out of school and just said you were drawing maps because you were showing skill. That edit is the original and continued meaning of "Loose Lips Sink Ships". Only now you hear OpSec instead. The military tends not to have idioms because that confuses things.
    • Where does our talents come from? (Last post by OB1Shinobi)
    • in the PERSONALITY TRANSFORMATIONS seriez prof peterson talks about the nature vs nurture as a false dichotomy he says that our biologocal systems are constantly adapting to our environment in an interactige way which renders the idea that either is "dominant" in a definitive sense, across the board, as being inaccurate i think its #5 constructivist im pretty sure it was number 5 because he talks about piaget who was a pioneer in cognitive development theory which translates practically into child development theory which obviously the nature vs nurture issue would be especially relevant as to the OP i agree totally that there is a distinction between talent and skill talent is natural and skill is earned with effort they have a definite relationship but there is a difference
    • Workout Check-In Thread (Last post by LTK)
    • Today was my day off so I took a walk in a park near my house. No music except the birds and ducks. :)
    • Weevils (Last post by Kamizu)
    • Lol that was the first thing I thought of when I saw your title haha
    • Personality and its Transformations (Last post by OB1Shinobi)
    • he mentions this thing in one of the previous videos and i had not heard of it The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense responsible for the development of emerging technologies for use by the military. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DARPA
    • The Grateful Thread (Last post by Proteus)
    • I'm grateful for the people who not only tell me but show me what i mean to them by their presence in my life day to day, and for the courage they show of opening up to me and allowing me to open up to them, regardless of what may or may not come from it. It's a personal adventure that I feel is crucial to our journeys, and it gives each other all the more meaning when we take that leap and allow it to happen for us to grow.
    • Vegetarianism (Last post by Mareeka)
    • The soy granules I use are TVP (textured vegetable protein) which is purchased from health food stores. Mostly I use them for chile. Meat eaters have been amazed there was not meat. Since I do not digest nuts well, I get them in the diet in 2 ways: 1) grind them in a coffee type grinder which is reserved for nuts and mild herbs and spices. These I put direct in salads or make dressing with. Mostly, I use almond and walnut and sunflower seeds and flax. I keep the quantities small and sometimes I mix 2 together. 2) I soak them over night or half the day. I drain them. Sometimes I let them dry on a paper towel and eat them like that. The soaking removes a lot of flavor but not nutrients. Sometimes I put them in a smoothie. With small quantities the flavor is not discernable. The following link appears as vegan on the front page but that is not the draw for me.. What I like about it is: It has a very large data-base. Many of the recipes are created by the users and the quantities are small. Not much is lost if I try something new and I do not like it. It has a search engine that works. So, when I get tired of my X many recipes for a particular veggie . . I often go here. www.vegwweb.com
    • A Daily Practice for Somewhat Spiritual Noobs... (Last post by Streen)
    • Meditation is a great place to start, but keep in mind that meditation can take on many forms. Even ordinary activities can be meditative. For example, washing dishes, going for a walk, folding clothes, etc. Nearly anything that is repetitive that causes your mind to wander, for lack of a better word. Keep in mind, there is nothing you have to do or think when meditating in general. There are techniques as others have already posted, but meditation can be as simple as just sitting and letting your mind do whatever it wants to do. You might be surprised what it comes up with when you set it free ;)
    • Live Service - Friday, 1 May 2015 at 17:30 UTC (Last post by V-Tog)
    • Hello everyone :) I will conducting a live service on Friday 1st May at 17:30 UTC. It will be the first service/sermon on the new theme of 'Ego, yet Humility', and will take place in the TOTJO chat-room. To check when this service will be taking place in your timezone, please click here. Looking forward to seeing you there!
    • Nepal (Last post by Cyan Sarden)
    • My wife has family in Nepal - haven't heard anything from them In he meantime, all we can do is donate, I guess :-( secure2.oxfamamerica.org/page/content/nepal_earthquake/
    • The Reiki Thread :-) (Last post by Adder)
    • Quote: Quote: Start low, end high. I tend to breath in through nose only when their is obvious particulate or its really cold, otherwise I get better flow in through the mouth and adequate filtration through the moisture in the mouth, and out through the nose to retain moisture. Switch them both around in different configs depending on circumstance. Is it releted to Reiki? the original intent of the question was specifically during a reiki treatment but since its been asked i guess any good suggestions on breathwork are beneficial in general also id like to be clear with the responses so far - when people say "start low" are you meaning "belly breathin/use your diaphram" low or "draw from the center of the earth low"? that may seem like a silly question i have had great resluts from using the feeling that my feet and legs draw in from the earth with every inhalation similar to how a plant might draw water into itself from the ground and generally, i feellike i project outwards better either when i hold my breath or on exhalation I cannot speak for Khaos who used the same wording (prior to me), but I was just referring to normal breathing and so only meant diaphragm, draw into the belly sort of thing. I've always just used CV-6 气海 as a cauldron of energy to punctuate with breath... like a wind blowing into a room and mixing with a stream of incense to fill the space with smoke. I don't do Reiki so I cannot comment beyond that, but I do do various breathing exercises from the Doctrine/Yoga of Inner Heat, Tummo, Kundalini, whatever you'd like to call it!
    • Interactive Art (Last post by Edan)
    • Saw this today on Reddit, love it (Definitely check out the Scream) fff.cmiscm.com/#!/main

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