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Thank you Zake. I will most certainly test this out. Also, when I see through my eyelids, it is like you said, not seeing in the normal way. It is more like the things of the dark, eyes open or closed I can see these pinpricks, now that I think about it, when I was younger(oh say 9 or 10) I would shape these pinpricks or color into various shapes, explosions mostly since they(the explosions) are mostly comprised of spheres or circles on a 2 dimensional frame. As for DownRodeo and sargon, I see the firefly things as well, also some shapes that look like the elongated bacteria strung together which I am begining to believe is scarring on the outermost layer of my eyes(or retinas) as when I try to look directly at them(they always appear in the corner of my eye) they move in the direction I look.

Other / Seeing in complete Darkness and Extremely low light conditions
« on: August 30, 2005, 11:45:24 PM »
Hello everyone, I would like to get opinions from you on the topic I posted about. I have been staying up late as of usual and usually walk around with either no light or very little and can see. For example, when I walk into my room despite to the low levels of light(from a switch on a power stick, the power indication light on my computer and a few other small things) I can still see just about everything in the room that I am close to(2 or 3 feet from). I see what the colors of the rods or cones(don't remember which is for which) are, an almalgamation of red, blue, and green pinpricks of what can only be described as light. Is it possible I am seeing a very low frequency of light or just that my memory is so familiar with the enviroment that it compensates in such as manner that when I am close to something it tries to simulate the position and size of the object. Also, this isn't just with my eyes open. I can close my eyes and see my arm through my eyelids as well. It is not acurate in size or movement or distance but I know the general location of my arm. It is possible though that the memory compensation method I spoke of earlier is in effect here too as my arm is part of me. Is it also possible that in the low light and dark areas I am seeing the energy of there objects(though I highly doubt this possiblity as I have never seen anyone else's "enegry" other than my own and object 2 to 3 feet from me.)

I thank you for your opinions and suggestions.

Spirituality / Re: A Theory on Existence
« on: August 30, 2005, 11:29:55 PM »
Why would I be banned, if your comment was directed to me Mayan. I was just saying I don't believe a person can be selfless and that if one were to want an example of not being selfless when one intends to be then provide a scenario and I will attempt to unprove that an act is selfless by showing it is in a sense, selfish. I do not mean selfish as greed pertaining to oneself(such as wanting power or money or the like) but realting to self.

Spirituality / Re: Whos' God's Dad?
« on: August 29, 2005, 10:55:34 PM »
Its not that I'm fed up with anything along those lines, and not I don't believe in anything I come across where I like it or not, infact it is quite the opposite SleepWalker. I have trouble believing. I guess it is because of my frame of mind. I don't know but I certainly don't "Believe" its quite the opposite. The only real thing I want is to see it all end

Spirituality / Re: Whos' God's Dad?
« on: August 28, 2005, 12:10:27 AM »
Actually I don't care about anything about god or his creation, its just a theory is all, not like I believe it, I don't believe in the current god because the bible is supposed to be so good and has to many contradictions and lies I find, also as many say it was written by man so things may have been misinterpreted or whatever when it was written and as for the lies part, again it was written by men, they'll do things that favor "their" beliefs, look at all the different versions of relgions that talk about god or gods or whatever. Most have very similar foundries but are overall different. I don't actually care about any of it though like I said. When we die we are dead. Thats it for me. I don't mean we don't go somewhere when we die, but when we're not conscious or anything. If you don't agree with me, oh well, I'm nuetral towards most things so I don't really care. If I sound as if I'm trying to argue I'm apologize, its not my intent so I'll just drop the subject.

Spirituality / Re: A Theory on Existence
« on: August 26, 2005, 11:46:44 PM »
The buhdisst know that good and bad exist, They also know that it's only a perception.

They beileve that a good action is from egolessness, and a bad action is from an ego.

They used different wording for ego though, I forgot the exact wording.

I don't believe so to speak in the whole egolessness because your ego is your self, so to be what buhdissts say is good is to be selfless which is impossible because all things relate to self. Provide an example of selflessness and I'll attempt to prove it is selfish. If I cannot then I cannot and selflessness will exist to me.

Spirituality / Re: Whos' God's Dad?
« on: August 26, 2005, 11:26:46 PM »
well thats is pretty much what I was saying so thanks Kasei Knight. Yeah, there could be alot of theories for god, like, god is actually an entity from a higher dimensional plane called the wave dimension where all things are one, god created all things that are here in a sense as it (I will not refer to god as he or she) gave us the resources and potential for what we have, god surely didn't think, "Ah, I will create vidoegames and tv and such to make people lazy!" we created that. Back to where I was now, when god decened from this higher dimension into ours some of the waves, previously mentiones, spilled out with god, giving god the ability to take these waves and shape them to what he desired, and planets and all this other good junk came out of it. Just another theory from a videogame called Xenogears

Spirituality / Re: Whos' God's Dad?
« on: August 26, 2005, 12:51:20 AM »
Well to go out on a loop here...literally, we are god. What if, when all things finally do come to an end all life in all of existence unifies and becomes one single entity. It would know everything we currently know, secrets of the universe and all that other good stuff. It being the only thing left creates a universe (if I translate this right, uni=one, verse=in music and writings a piece of the whole each one similar but different.) It then disperses and creates life...and happens again...a paradox. I exist though my own creation. Like in the game soul reaver the weapon you get is actually you sucked into the sword while you we're trying to stop you from becoming what you are. In other words, you are the reason you became what you are.

This is all just something off the top of my head though.

Martial Arts / Re: The Clinch
« on: August 25, 2005, 12:41:14 AM »
well it all depends on what you're aiming for. If they wanna grab you behind the head and begin kneeing you in face, do the same grab to them. Controling an arm and the head requires two arms. your oppoent still has one and can get in kidney/rib shots with his free arm, painful.  If your oppoent gets you in an under arm hug, swim into his guard, for example, if he has his arms wrapped around you under your arms, take your hand, either one, and thrust in between his bicep and chest, if succesful you have gained one arm under him, repeat. If your aiming for damage, for damge, you have two free arms, he has a head and two knees, he is too close to use the kness, perform any attack you want to the head, if you want to cause intense pain and stun him, cup both hands slightly, pull arms back, slap ears, ow.

Martial Arts / Re: How do YOU fight?
« on: August 25, 2005, 12:31:51 AM »
well it all depends, I'm new to it, but I use a brazilian jiu-jitsu style form of fighting. Streetfigt, the opponent has to come in some time, even if I throw a weak punch at him, he'll attempt a counter-attack, take him to the ground, get in the top mounted position, if he knows nothing of jiu-jitsu, I'll hit him in the head a few times, any blows from him will do minmal damage as he'll have reduced leverage, after hitting him in head a few times and him not being able to do anything, he'll turn on him stomache to avoid head shots, choke hold from there until he is unconcious, little damage, I've won the fight, could've killed him if held choke longer. Fight for fun, same stuff but they probably know my style too and with either beat me or we'll go at it for a good 30 mins to an hour before we have to stop, oh yeah and we don't hit, we only aim for submissions. It's a simple and extremely effective stlye and strikers and most other styles if used properly.

Another thing is people who have learned a style or think they can fight but never have will be exetremely cautious in battle. Things rarely go as smoothly as you want, if your oppoent has any skill he won't let you preform a move effectively, simple or not, unless of course if he doesn't know that your making him open up to you(the punch in face till they roll over and choke them). Even if I am hit but in the face but it grazes off my face from a slight movement, I evaded a blow that could have done significant dammage.

Martial Arts / Re: Choosing a new Martial Art
« on: August 24, 2005, 11:57:05 PM »
It all truly depends on you and what you want to do, a style usualy has tendencies and always has a base, be it power or kicks or fluidity. I myself am have just started brazilian jiu-jitsu, it is a simple stlye that utilizes movement, leverage, and you oppent not being to beat you because of simple overpowering. For example, 5'10" 140lb men can easily beat a 6'3" 220lb man from simple leverage. Also, one can defeat a person with out having to cause any real damage. It is a very effective style against strikers because it closes the range needed for a strike. The striker no longer has the leverage or ability to make too many effective stikes, most strikes are even useless. I like it and I find it fun, it's also great because if you face an opponent of equal skill, a single match may last 30 or more minutes, great for building indurance and stamina. I don't know everything about it, but its a good simple style thats pretty easy to learn in my opinion.

Body Energy Arts / Re: Human regeneration
« on: August 24, 2005, 11:27:54 PM »
Oh yes, also I forgot to put the other reasons a forearm wouldn't regenerate. As everyone knows, or should know, muscles connect from one bone to another or one side of a bone to another with ligaments. This means, of course, that the skeleton would have to regrow first, otherwise the muscles wouldn't have anything to connect to on the other end, since the bones need blood, the formation of veins and all that good stuff would have to happen at the same time, which is impossible considering that the muscles would also have to be growing. Maybe one day there will be a process to clone one's arm and attach the severed piece. Even then, it is still not going to work as well as the original. Perhaps even if humans ever use nano-tech they could painstiakingly physically reconstruct your arm. Natual regeneration? Not gonna happen,even if genetic manipulation put a regen ability in our body like some reptiles or the star fish has, I highly doubt an arm, maybe a finger or something small, something simple. Now this is all from my memory from 10th grade biology so I may be wrong here but I think that and my other post about sums up natural regen on a large based scale...a finger...maybe...simple.

Body Energy Arts / Re: Human regeneration
« on: August 22, 2005, 10:58:39 PM »
The reason regeneration is not possible naturally is because you go through a process from start to end, first a sever wound is inflicted (for example, forearm dismemberment) your flesh and bones and other organic material go into shock, your body then tries to stop loss of blood and ect., your bones and skin heal so quickly a scar remains.

In essence, if one's wound could not bleed or cause risk to one's life then regeneration might just be possible, lengthly, but possible as the body would have time to reconstruct your forearm. Your body has a memory of everything that has ever happened to it.

Other / Improper Awakening?
« on: February 18, 2004, 04:31:08 PM »
I remember that when I was younger...below the age of 12 that my mind was always full of thoughts and clouded with information.  About for 5 years now I never knew what was wrong with me if anything was actually wrong.  I looked around and found out some kind of energy called kundalini.  I've heard that when one awakens kundalini or whatever that one becomes enlightened, their mind becomes calmed and almost what some would called empty since there is nothing clouding it. If awakened improperly it can be bad.  If these things are correct is it possible that I accidentally and improperly awakened my kundalini?  I've always felt like I could never meditate and I still can't but I had put a post up saying how I couldn't meditate, one of the guys replying said that my symptoms sounded like I was always meditating.  Also sometimes when I'm sitting there and something is triggered I just know stuff like I've always know it but more like I'm remembering it.  The other night, last night infact I felt as if I knew the answer to all things, not questions like:  "Whats the square root of 20030495?" more like things such as the things most people don't understand in life, they're having relationship problems and I know what to do when they don't, or they ask "what are we here for?" and I can give them the answer. I think that if it is kundalini and I've awakened it improperly that it is some of the reasons I have things like lack of emotion motivation and I just don't care about school and stuff cause I know that even if become the president of some super corp that it won't matter when I die...I dunno...any opinions?

Other / I feel it but its not there!
« on: February 13, 2004, 05:43:22 PM »
First of all I haven't practiced any forms of chi or psi or anything for about 6 months to a year now.  Second, can biofeedback affect other people?

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