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    • Workout Check-In Thread (Last post by Exarchias)
    • 10 x 3 x (2 hands) 3 kg triceps 20 x 3 x (2 hands) 3 kg biceps 20 x 3 push ups 20 x 3 air squats 20 x 3 x (2 hands) 3 kg biceps 10 x 3 x (2 hands) 3 kg triceps
    • The Grateful Thread (Last post by Darren)
    • Around this time every year, I normally go through about a week of pollen-allergy before I get accustomed to it being in the air... that was irritating me for a good part of the evening yesterday, but today I can breath through my nose just fine, and my eyes aren't watery. It may come back, but for now, I'm grateful just to be able to function. :laugh:
    • Kermit the Frog... and TED? (Last post by Vusuki)
    • A talk on creativity. (With a brief intro with Ken Robinson) Haven't even finished watching this but wanted to throw this up here for those interested, :)
    • Blaming God (Last post by Cyan Sarden)
    • Everything happens for a reason you make up afterwards. twitter.com/TheTweetOfGod/status/589644520641286144 That's exactly what my behavior used to be (and still is in some instances).
    • Terrible Idea (Last post by Tarran)
    • Quote: Quote: Quote- "You may look at someone and think he or she is sitting badly, but it's up to that person and there is no moral superiority in standing 'better'. If it works for you do it, but do it quietly. You may find the Alexandre Technique can produce the desired effects if you practise it yourself - telling other people that they need it or that they are standing badly can put them off ever wanting to learn about it. If it works for you that's great - let others wonder about your new graceful way of moving or increased health and vitality. If they want to know your secret they'll ask, and you can tell them, but meanwhile just concentrate on yourself." 'Teach yourself the Alexandre Technique'- Richard Craze This speaks beautifully to a few conversations getting kicked around. Thank you for sharing it! I agree with Cabur Senaar... this rings with a great truth - a Native American might say, "There is power in silence"; A Christian might quote Matthew 6:1 through 8; still another might say, "quietly setting a good example is the noblest way to teach". All a bit different, but can all relate to what you said here - good stuff! :)
    • From time to time a poem (Last post by Raikoutenshi)
    • Awake At Night: A Poem from a Dark Time Have you ever lain awake at night while the voices whisper in your ears Staring into nothingness as they voice your deepest fears Inadequacies, doubts and all your flaws Your reminded of your past The happiness fades so easily and pain is all that lasts ~Rai
    • Hoth battle analyzed (Last post by Kitsu Tails)
    • I want to say that...there is actually a book that leads into the Hoth Battle. Though it's been ages since I read it so, I could be wrong.......
    • Kabbalah Course Discussion Group (Last post by OB1Shinobi)
    • the definition of mysticism has sort of evolved - or maybe itsjust become more open essentially mysticism as the word is used today is the unification of the individual with the whole of reality or at least the sublime ostensibly the sublime experience is in effect tje divine experience and so to be unified is an ecstacy from which we draw not only happiness but also wisdom and purpose every now and again i like to look up the definition of the word "sublime" the path of the mystic is imo simply one linguistic interpretation of the path of knowledge lol or is it the other way around? i think mysticism is great its referenced with "occult" and often (in new age) its associated with "alchemy" which i dont know a fig about what the old alchemist "mystics" really did or belived but its presented now that the word of the day in the alchemist tradition is "transformation" which i dont know of a system that ISNT about transformation, including our exciting (IM excited!) forray into what ive always heard described as "jewish mysticism" the kaballah oh and again im not sure which video its in but kabbalah as its explained here DEFINITELY has a yin/yang concept of giving and recieving i dont recall if he mentioned this but the word itself actually MEANS "to recieve" and he explains that is part of our nature i dont want to say more because i think im talking about videos ahead of where we're at in the convo but imo its not possoble to develop a system that will.actually work for elevating consciousness without pretty much hitting on the same ideas that have always been used to develop consciousness the awesomeness for me is when i find something which offers new (to me) way of explaining something which i relate to more meaningfully than what i had before

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