Eelco wrote: Pris wrote:
Eelco wrote:Ah but there's a key isn't there. In accepting that people are experiencing soul-less realms we can accept there experience..But do we then discard there conclusions? And if we do... What does that mean, because most often when we say we disregard a conclusion based on someone else's experience a tension field arises where both are feeling they are discarded.
I think we can 'accept' the experience as their experience. If you want to internalize it and make it your own, that's your business. BUT, I'd alert you to what you were doing. I'd feel compelled
to say something to you... (that's one reason I've been drawn to this thread).
When it comes to this 'soul-less' topic, personally, I'd steer clear of it (do not internalize it). That's my feeling. It's not something I want in my own... experience.
Nah Don't worry.
Soul-less at the moment seems a lot less appealing as chacra-less.
Besides even though ego and soul are 2 sides of the same coin. I don't think they are inserted with malicious intent like the chakra's might be.
As natural illusions of life, ego and soul have a different part to play.
They provide helpful boundaries with witch one can experience part of the whole.
Yeah, 'soul-less' hasn't got much appeal for me. And, I don't concern myself with 'chakras' at all. As far as I'm 'concerned', I don't have them because I don't focus on them (whether they are 'maliciously inserted' or not, whether they 'exist' or not).
I don't buy the idea that ego and soul are inserted
(as if by someone else's doing), but I do think they are '2 sides of the same coin', yes.
Also, I don't buy that the ego soul are 'natural illusions of life'. Perhaps they are just as 'real' as the nose on your face, the skin of your body... the 'event horizons' of singularities... those boundaries creating the so-called 'illusion' of 'solidity'. I'm still fascinated with all of it and what may or may not constitute 'what is natural', 'what is an illusion', and 'what is a natural illusion'. Boundaries
-- the term in general... how does one define something as 'real' or 'illusion'? Maybe there's no such thing as an 'illusion' and it's all real
It is real because I want it to be
. It is illusion because I want it to be
What do you