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Body Energy Arts / Question on Auras
« on: May 10, 2016, 01:57:18 PM »
I can very easily see my own aura just a few seconds after focusing on my hand and I can also see a color, usually green with a hint of yellow. But when I try to see the aura of any other object, it is colorless, kind of like a dirty white. I've tried with both living objects and non-living objects but the same thing occurs. So I was wondering if anyone has an explanation for why this happens and how to potentially see the color of someone else's aura?

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Dreams / Re: Help with Lucid Dreaming
« on: June 15, 2015, 10:24:46 PM »
Thanks for your help. Haha yeah even though my lucid dreams aren't that common every now and then I have to stop and think "wait was that a dream?" Lol

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Dreams / Help with Lucid Dreaming
« on: June 11, 2015, 06:54:28 PM »
Hallo, so I'm getting better at recognizing when a dream is actually a dream but I'm still having some issue staying lucid. Like I'll become lucid and aware that it is a dream but a lot of the time it's like I'm slipping away and the dream turns back into a dream I have no control over. Also, I'm having difficulty controlling my dreams. I can become lucid, but when I try to create an object I either stop being lucid or nothing happens. Only in my most recent dream have I accomplished something. I wanted to walk through a wall and I was able to. But when i want to fly it only turns into jumping. Any tips?

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Psionics / Re: Purposeful increase in adrenaline?
« on: July 10, 2014, 04:45:51 PM »
You could just stab yourself with an epi pen
Jk don't do that ._.

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Psionics / Re: beginning biokinesis
« on: February 23, 2014, 01:18:32 PM »
The article says there is no genetic mutation that could be responsible for humans being born with a tapetum lucidum, which allows animals to see in the dark. There is also the possibility for the video being a complete hoax. An optometrist gave his opinion about the boy and said that he seems to have a mild case of ocular albinism, nothing special. There just isn't any change you can do to your genes that would allow you to be able to see in the dark.

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Hello and Goodbye / Re: Friendly greets.
« on: February 22, 2014, 07:08:05 PM »
What are you interested in learning? ;D

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Psionics / Re: beginning biokinesis
« on: February 22, 2014, 06:35:22 PM »
To me, eating better and exercising regularly seems like a much more efficient way to improve your metabolism. And to the question about improving eyesight, we aren't able to see in the dark like many animals can because humans lack a tissue in the eyes that contribute to night vision in animals.

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Body Energy Arts / Re: A question on Auras and the art of 'seeing' them.
« on: February 22, 2014, 04:56:06 PM »
Can you see your own aura? I find seeing the auras of other people much more difficult. With my aura I can just hold up my hand and be able to see it and the color. Also, do you expect to we the auras in your mind? Or be able to visually see it?

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Psionics / Re: Concentration Meditation Exercises
« on: February 16, 2014, 08:07:54 PM »
Before I do a self healing through reiki ( the only energy work I do now ) I begin with a void mediation. I try to get as relaxed as possible and I let to of all the stress in my body. I like to believe that the deeper the breath gets, the more stress and tension is released from the body. I usually do so for just a few minutes. And when I focus on the breath, I simply focus on it being slow and deep. After the meditation I usually do a dantien meditarion where I focus on my lower dantien (you have three major dantiens, an upper middle and lower, your lower dantien is not to for below your belly button), I do this to just focus my mind more so it doesn't wonder during the healing. I again focus on the deepness on my breathe.

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I'm more than sure working on four chakras instead of the orthodox seven is pretty much taboo. Focusing on one chakra for example creates the opportunity for energy imbalances.

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Body Energy Arts / Re: Aura Colors
« on: January 25, 2014, 08:22:05 PM »
Ah. So the reason I see green in my aura is because I associate green to be the color of a healer, a title I often give myself. :cool:

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Body Energy Arts / Aura Colors
« on: January 25, 2014, 07:05:23 PM »
Do aura colors really signify anything? And what exactly causes someone's aura to be the color that it is?

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Spirituality / Re: Evolution
« on: January 23, 2014, 06:34:35 PM »
See, despite the experiential understanding of gravity that every layman can pick up on, and how humans have long known intuitively that we're "rooted" to the Earth because of it, it wasn't until Sir Isaac Newton that it was seriously studied as a scientific endeavor (Galileo studied it too, but it didn't take off among the rest of the scientific community at that time).

That is actually false in that Aristotle actually pondered why objects fall when you drop them prior to both Newton and Galileo where Galileo's concept of a pendulum was analogous, in some ways, to the constrained fall of say a rock. The idea was that per the nature of the rock, it will seek to fall to its lower state. It is one of those things they tell people in grade school like Thomas Edison invented the light bulb or Christopher Columbus set out to prove the world was not flat. I do not know why, though. These myths are often times addressed in college, though, I do not know why a lot of people do not teach things correcly from the get go.

Evolution, on the other hand, was accepted as a natural (or divine) thing at least as long ago as the Greeks. But it also didn't receive serious scientific study until around the time of Darwin and his Theory of Evolution (or at least, that's what teachers of today credit as being the serious start of that thread of scientific inquiry).

Also not true. What made Darwinian views initially controversial is that it went against concepts of organic teleology where Greek concepts of growth were teleological at its core(reading material for you: Epigenesis and Preformationism). According to Darwinian concepts, an organism is not working towards a predetermined state of being; rather, adaptations to the environment help shape morphogenic traits. Greek science addressed morphogensis from the stand point of teleology which evolution contradicts on multiple points. This embodies the creationists versus evolutionists debate in that creationists hold to a teleological view point which evolution contradicts (intelligent design), so, technically, while the Greeks investigated development(such as how a seed changes into a tree), they did not investigate evolution anymore than creationists arguments are evolutionary arguments(not in the same sense of the word, at least, Greek concepts of evolution are closer to concepts of development). Versus a human eye being a human eye due to a teleological nature creating such, a human eye came about per adaptions to the environment and not due to a predetermined state. For some stupid reason, a lot of high school teachers, and even college professors, teach things incorrectly.
I'm pretty sure that during the time Darwin published his theory of evolution, it was controversial due to the fact that it went against the orthodox view on how man was created

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Spirituality / Re: Evolution
« on: January 23, 2014, 06:30:59 PM »
Do you believe in evolution? And if you don't, why?
Do you believe in gravity? And if you don't, why? :)

~Steve
I'm guessing you asked this question to make us realize that you are pretty idiotic if you don't believe in scientific fact.
Something like that. But also to draw another scientific parallel between the two.

See, despite the experiential understanding of gravity that every layman can pick up on, and how humans have long known intuitively that we're "rooted" to the Earth because of it, it wasn't until Sir Isaac Newton that it was seriously studied as a scientific endeavor (Galileo studied it too, but it didn't take off among the rest of the scientific community at that time).

Evolution, on the other hand, was accepted as a natural (or divine) thing at least as long ago as the Greeks. But it also didn't receive serious scientific study until around the time of Darwin and his Theory of Evolution (or at least, that's what teachers of today credit as being the serious start of that thread of scientific inquiry).

Like the original theories of gravity, the original theories of evolution weren't entirely correct. However, it was with study and experimentation that information was gleaned and theories were updated, again and again, enhancing one another towards the path of understanding.

It is scientific fact that evolution happens. It has been proven time and again in selective breeding experiments. It is not up for serious debate among any scientific circle that puts their science before their religion. And thus, yes, to not believe in at least the basic concept of evolution, as the concept that animals species change over time and that genetic variations occur through both mutations and genetic selection over time, is about as silly as not believing in the basic concept of gravity, as the concept that masses attract one another for some odd reason.

So I don't mean to derail your thread and make it sound like the question is kind of moot, because it's not. It's always okay to ask why people do or don't think or believe the things that they do.

~Steve
I don't believe you derailed this thread at all. I think you contributed a lot to this topic so thanks :)

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Spirituality / Re: Evolution
« on: January 23, 2014, 04:47:37 AM »
Do you believe in evolution? And if you don't, why?
Do you believe in gravity? And if you don't, why? :)

~Steve
I'm guessing you asked this question to make us realize that you are pretty idiotic if you don't believe in scientific fact.

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