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Psionics / Re: Meditation
« on: February 11, 2006, 04:24:41 PM »
I suppose I just faced facts and realized that meditation was the only thing stopping me from my goals and that I had to work with it and love it. :-P

Psionics / Re: Meditation
« on: February 11, 2006, 09:38:42 AM »
I used to be very impatient myself. Much like you, I wanted to force train myself at a rapid rate so I can get things done in no time. I had this mentality up until a few months ago. And considering i've been at Veritas for 2 years, that's quite a while. Do you know what I have accomplished up until a few months ago? Nothing. How much have I accomplish since I decided to be patient? More than I originally wanted to.

It's a pretty done deal once you decided whether meditation is important or not. Obviously our need to be active held us back.  But the fact is, without proper practice of meditation, you won't go very far at all. Take it from a guy who had the opportunity to learn a lot but decided to be arrogant and lost it.

If you don't want to get erious about meditation, don't bother wasting your time with any of the disciplines. These passed few years for me was nothing but a waste of time and now i'm making up for it. I suggest that if learning this stuff is what you really want to do, then you NEED to bite the bone and spend a while on meditation.

Besides, after you meditate for a day or two, you'll start to learn to not have to be so active and it'll become much easier. Think of it as reprogramming of who you are.


I'm sorry this post was rushed, I wanted to leave you off with some sort of advice before my weekend getaway. Hope this helps.

Psionics / Re: Is Psi right for me?
« on: February 09, 2006, 06:51:57 PM »
No matter which you choose, you can accomplish the same means with one as you would with another. I believe it was Kobok who told me that the three disciplines were merely ways to achieve a goal. For example, a goal could be to create a banner for Veritas. To do so I could either use PaintShop or Adobe Photoshop. Both are two different programs but can be used to accomplish the same means. Some work better with PaintShop, some with Adobe. Another example would be hitting someone in the torso. One could give a left hook into the torso or a kick. Either way, it gets done. The key thing to look for is what works better for you.

My advice to you is not to look so much at WHAT can be done with each practice, but HOW it is done. Find what you're most comfortable with and what works best, which are synonymous. You may not find out which is better right off the bat without putting quite a bit of effort into each of them. But that depends on your commitment level and that's a different story. I hope this helps. :)

Psionics / Re: My question...
« on: February 09, 2006, 06:40:27 PM »
Communicating with humans via the mind would be telepathy. You can find articles on telepathy here:

As for using telepathy with animals, I don't see why not. Although it may be harder to tell whether your results are accurate or not. Telepathy could also be used to calm animals or people. You just need to be skilled at the craft :).

Hope this helps!

Psionics / Re: how do i start?
« on: February 08, 2006, 05:09:14 PM »
Little else has a point other than eating and sleeping ;)

Psionics / Re: Biokenisis Article
« on: February 08, 2006, 11:05:57 AM »
Like Remakai stated, intent surpasses all. That being said, I would like to point out just for everyone's information that our modern science practices created fear in the hearts of patients when they were first suggested. For example, the heart transplant technique was highly critizied when it was first proposed and the success rates were poor.

Dr. Shumway performed the first heart transplant in the U.S.A. on an adult patient on January 6, 1968.  He found that one of the major dangers in heart transplants is the body's tendency to reject a new heart.  Patients died only days after the operation. During the 1960's and 70's, Dr. Shumway found better surgical procedures. About 80% of his patients in the 1980's survived at least one year.

However, due to improvements in the field and continuing research, one person has given people hope for the technique. This is an exerpt from an article I found.

"The surgeon stated that the operation itself had technically been a success but that we still had a long way to go. During the next 24 hours Kaylee’s heart stopped beating four times. We were in a terrible state wondering if it would be better to let her die naturally.

The next day everything seemed to settle down and she recovered in an amazing way over the next 10 days. She came off the life support machine and was pink!

That day Kaylee made medical history at just five months old when she became Britain's youngest ever heart transplant patient. She is still one of the longest surviving baby heart transplants in the world, certainly in the UK.

Since then, Kaylee went from strength to strength and she has taken part in the annual Transplant Games, competing in the 100 metres, long jump, badminton, and obstacle race, and winning a whole host of medals.

She has been selected to represent Great Britain at the World Transplant games in Canada in July 2005 and previously represented Great Britain in France in July 2003.

She has just celebrated her 18th birthday. We've had 18 years we thought we would ever get to share with her. She is pursuing her dream of becoming a professional dancer and choreographer, studying performing arts at the City of Sunderland College."


Looking at the history and progress of our modern techniques should lead us to conclude that Falcon's seemingly flawed perspective of biology could later on be perfected by someone else so that the risk of damage is significantly reduced. But before we can do that, someone has to start somewhere and do all they can do research their field. With that said, Falcon, I hope you take this article and every article after it to the furthest extent that you can. You never know when something seemingly insignificant can become a scientific breakthrough years from now. :)

Main Hall / Re: Help needed
« on: February 08, 2006, 09:37:46 AM »
I offer my services when test day comes  :biggrin:

/cough/Free-Roam Darth Maul/cough/

Psionics / Theory
« on: June 07, 2005, 06:23:45 PM »
Alright, so what i've been doing with the seven hours I spend at work is this...

I've come up with a theory that could potentially impact modern science.

I read in Not Important's article on PsiPog that objects a hundred miles from us are still affected by our energy field and gravity. Now, focusing in on a few inches in front of us should be much easier (in our minds). People can move a psiwheel or pencil with just a thought and focus. Some people can ever manipulate these objects in any way they wish. Some can even make an object levitate (or so I hear).

Now, lets assume we have a hand that we cannot use due to nerve damage or any number of other reasons. I believe we can manipulate that hand to act as if the nerves were connected to it using the same method we use in psionics. Pretend it is just another object and the fact that it is well within any sort of enegy field because it is connected to us. It should be possible to make it seem as if that hand was fine (atleast to the outside world).

Where am I going with this? I don't know... I'm tired. But i'll get back on tomorrow and see if I can sort it out better. Meanwhile, if you can understand this, discuss!

Main Hall / Help!
« on: April 02, 2005, 07:17:28 PM »
So... *sniff sniff*.. it's not Batman Begins?... *sniff sniff*

Main Hall / Help!
« on: April 02, 2005, 02:15:34 PM »
I tried opening it with WinRAR and it showed up three files. One is a Alundra2.ccd, Alundra2.img, and Alundra2.sub... Does that mean I need another program to read it?

Main Hall / Help!
« on: April 02, 2005, 08:17:42 AM »
I downloaded an avi file from Limewire. It is 600+ MBs. I tried using windows media player, quick time, and a divx player/avi player to open the file. It either says I need a new video card or a certain codec. However, when I check to see what the codec is with the program "G Spot", it says it's RAR encrypted. However it is not zipped in Win RAR. What should I do?

The Cafeteria / Chatroom [ #vacademy ] Quotes
« on: December 31, 2004, 09:15:33 AM »
Bursting out laughing
Oh, not knowing what it was was angering me :-P
Oh it's some fancyfucker way of saying LOL :X
same DS
Yeah, lol got old
Death Star
Dog Squirt
Dip Shit!
I like that one
Make up one for my name, Lemius.
That's right, you can't do it.
It's too long.
But your name isn't an acronym.
Da Shitznit
wig wearing
in here
even gives a shit.Totally
I am!!!
* kobok sets mode: +b *!*
* Lemius was kicked by kobok (PUBLIC flooder)

Psionics / Video Game Meditation
« on: November 11, 2004, 05:19:20 AM »
I play GTA like i'm a drone. No thought, No emotion, No worries. Nothing but gaming instinct.

Psionics / Advice
« on: October 19, 2004, 04:24:01 PM »
Research the basic principals of psi and what it really is. This will unlock a whole world to you.

My suggestion is to begin with meditating for a good hour every day. Many people don't do this and whine that they can't accomplish the goals they set for themselves.

Psionics / Oscillations and stress on the body
« on: October 16, 2004, 07:25:14 PM »
I know what you're talking about. I get it when I yawn. It kinda feels like a surreal state of being where you feel compelle to let your body go, correct?

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