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Live in Paradise Now!

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posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 10:29 AM
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Yay!
Peace love harmony joy!
Excitement, awareness, appreciation, freedom.

We with You have Paradise Now.

Experience the flow of exuberant paradise,
flow through your body of light.

Here in this thread we with you,
will guide as many as we with you can,
through the corridors of mind and experience,
to get to Paradise Now.

I'm already at Paradise Now.

I got here by getting to nowhere by zen meditation,
achieving present moment appreciation,
infinite bliss by rationing,
and to pleasant by metta meditation.
Among many other things.
Let we with you grow together!

Are you at Paradise Now?
Share your experiences.
Would you like to be?
We be here for you.

[edit on 15-1-2010 by lowki]




posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 11:01 AM
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Im deffinately not in paradice right now. Louisiana, U.S.A. is more like it. Crawfish season BABY!



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 01:24 PM
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Originally posted by MessOnTheFED!
Im deffinately not in paradice right now. Louisiana, U.S.A. is more like it.

Paradise is more a mind destination.
Though physical experience is a reflection of the mind.

The scenery objects or place names is relatively irrelevant,
it's more how you feel about them, and yourself in relation to them.



Crawfish season BABY!

Well I'm happy you're happy.

Remember to eat in ration,
so as to maintain pleasant levels of satiation or hunger.

:-) I'm on the CRON diet, 5'8" and was 135 pounds last time I measured (last weekend), might be less now.
I'm also a vegan, eating exclusively plants fungi and minerals.

Just sharing relevant experience.

Have a happy, wonderful, paradise experience. :-)



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 01:39 PM
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reply to post by lowki
 


Paridice is a juicy steak my friend. You find happiness there.

MessOnTheFED!



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 06:48 PM
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Originally posted by MessOnTheFED!
reply to post by lowki
 


Paridice is a juicy steak my friend. You find happiness there.

MessOnTheFED!




you be describe bliss,
when you enjoy something.

happy when you anticipate.

paradise be when you achieve balance,
not hungry or full,
in tranquility.



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 11:00 PM
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I've been in paradise for about a week now. Impossible to put into words.

If I may make one suggestion. I've learned that you can not tell anyone much about it. It never seems to work out for the better.


However, I will say this. I feel like I have found the Holy Grail.

hey..what's that smell? Oh..it's the stench of everyone's fears bearing on their own backs.....


VIBRATE HIGHER



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 11:32 PM
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Yes i want to be in paradise.

I am away from home far from my loved ones and wont be home for another two weeks and have been away from them for two weeks already. I really miss them. I don't have much money to spend and all i'm doing is working and staying in a hotel. Sucks.



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by MessOnTheFED!
reply to post by lowki
 


Paridice is a juicy steak my friend. You find happiness there.

MessOnTheFED!




you be describe bliss,
when you enjoy something.

happy when you anticipate.

paradise be when you achieve balance,
not hungry or full,
in tranquility.

Buddha called it the middle way.

[edit on 16-1-2010 by lowki]



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:02 AM
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Originally posted by C-DNA
Yes i want to be in paradise.

I am away from home far from my loved ones and wont be home for another two weeks and have been away from them for two weeks already.
I really miss them. I don't have much money to spend and all i'm doing is working and staying in a hotel. Sucks.


feel at home within the self.
the home you have across eternity,
between and with bodies.

Recall the stability of soul.
You are them,
we are us,
we are you,
us by you.

miss the self reflection,
it can always rearise,
remanifest.

What do you love about your home and family or friends?
write it down, send them a letter or email.
share appreciation, can even skype,
feel the heart of compassion embrace you.
Chakra hug over long distances.

when I was in thailand being a monk,
that's what I did.
Happy times,
appreciate the now,
so have much to share.

"what a beautiful flower,
here's a picture."
as example,
of appreciation,
creating things for sharing.

paradise is here with you,
for you that allows it.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:03 AM
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[edit on 16-1-2010 by lowki]



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:12 AM
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The only way to be in paradise is to keep your nose on the pomander ball so you don't smell the stench of the downtrodden as you pass them by.

Hopefully others will bear their burdens in silence so as not to disturb your lofty selfish goals.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 12:24 AM
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How do i chakra hug?

Thank you.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 04:04 AM
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Originally posted by Alethea

The only way to be in paradise is to keep your nose on the pomander ball so you don't smell the stench of the downtrodden as you pass them by.

Hopefully others will bear their burdens in silence so as not to disturb your lofty selfish goals.


People need to stop making everyone else pay the price for their burdens. If you have a bad situation, it's your own mind that is making you experience it negatively.

I walk around the malls surrounded by a bunch of spoiled, grown up brats who have no self worth and hate themselves. Instead of looking within, they choose to make me and everyone else the enemy of all of their problems.

Everywhere you look, they are blaming others for their problems. Government, economy, bosses, co workers, ex spouses , ex friends..you name it, they'll blame it...as long as they don't have to look at themselves.

The paradise the OP is referring to, is a state of mind you reach when you stop needing the approval of others in order to be happy. You don't need people to be nice to you, and you're not affected when they disapprove of you.

It frees you from that bondage and makes you available to finally Love everyone around you. You realize that you are not the reason for their unhappiness or anger. THEY are. It's a shield that protects you from people like that, yet allows you to love them more than ever.

It's God's eye, or the divinity of mind. Some call it the Holy Grail.

VIBRATE HIGHER



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by C-DNA
How do i chakra hug?

Thank you.



Well if you're familiar with chakra's,
there are 6 within the body,
a seventh is the crown chakra,
so might say it's on the body,
then there is the eighth which is the local chakra (within local experience),
and then the 9th the planetary chakra which is high in the atmosphere.

10 solar system
11 galaxy
12 universe

so with this 9th planetary chakra you can bring to connect with that you wish to hug on the same planet,
a mind visualizing experience,
then the other chakras send beams of light to each other,
and exchange of energies interconnect,
that's a chakra hug.

it can be quite powerful,
you might feel a warmth,
or tingling of the exchange.

works well if both individuals know and consent to the experience,
can do a chakra hug during a telephone call for instance,
for some extra connection.

grows stronger with practice,
as all things do.

happy hugging!

*chakra hugs*



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 10:10 PM
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Originally posted by juzchilln

Originally posted by Alethea

The only way to be in paradise is to keep your nose on the pomander ball so you don't smell the stench of the downtrodden as you pass them by.


perhaps it's you?




Hopefully others will bear their burdens in silence so as not to disturb your lofty selfish goals.


release yourself,
allow yourself deep breathing.
realize sharing with others be pleasurable.



People need to stop making everyone else pay the price for their burdens.
If you have a bad situation, it's your own mind that is making you experience it negatively.

I walk around the malls surrounded by a bunch of spoiled, grown up brats who have no self worth and hate themselves. Instead of looking within, they choose to make me and everyone else the enemy of all of their problems.

Everywhere you look, they are blaming others for their problems. Government, economy, bosses, co workers, ex spouses , ex friends..you name it, they'll blame it...as long as they don't have to look at themselves.


you see in others,
only what you see in yourself.

when I walk about in public,
or take transit.
I do notice some interested glances my way.
though little else.

Admittedly much of the time I'm appreciating what I sense,
the rest of the time I'm meditating.
I follow the policy of "don't wait, meditate".
So a transit ride of an hour might seem like it was a few blinks.
In Meditation one feels alert all the time,
so can have a background process that takes note of the station being announced,
or half an eye for noting the location.



The paradise the OP is referring to, is a state of mind you reach when you stop needing the approval of others in order to be happy. You don't need people to be nice to you, and you're not affected when they disapprove of you.

that's certainly a part of it.



It frees you from that bondage and makes you available to finally Love everyone around you.

that's beautiful
*hugs*


You realize that you are not the reason for their unhappiness or anger. THEY are. It's a shield that protects you from people like that, yet allows you to love them more than ever.

I don't even know any such people.
I've met some in the past.
just not recently.

Everyone I interact with seems loving and kind.
Smiling most times,
with an air of relaxation,
and keen interest.



It's God's eye, or the divinity of mind. Some call it the Holy Grail.

VIBRATE HIGHER


Zen may be nowhere,
but nowhere be everywhere.
*blows a kiss through time*



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 04:28 AM
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I have a few questions.

Is Paradise in Southern California?

Does everyone in it look like your avatar?

If I come, will I get my 72 dark-eyed, high-breasted houris? Can I have 18 light-eyed ones and 54 dark-eyed ones instead? (I don't want any low-breasted ones, though; you can have those. I don't want any anorexic ones either.)

Are there any fools in Paradise? (Not counting the bimb--er, houris, I mean. It's okay if they're a couple of watercress sandwiches short of the whole picnic.)

Is everybody Vegan in Paradise or is bacon allowed?

Okay, if bacon is verboten, how about seafood? It can't be Paradise without seafood, I mean, come on.

Do you have to meet your in-laws in Paradise? Can you buy insurance against that?

I hear wine from the spring of Tasneem, that flows in Paradise, refreshes but never intoxicates. That sounds suspiciously like plain water to me. Can you confirm that Tasneem wine has an alcohol content of at least 11%, corresponding to the US legal minimum content for table wine?

And finally, could you also please confirm that the suicide-bombers are accommodated separately, together with their houris, away from other residents in a special secure facility? I don't care if they have Hummers. I don't care if the Hummers are diamond-encrusted. I just don't want them parking in my neighbourhood.

Thank you.

By the way, the place I live is often called a tropical paradise. Life is hell for most of its luckless citizens.

I am also reminded of a line by the Eagles: 'Call some place Paradise, kiss it goodbye.'



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 12:46 PM
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Originally posted by Astyanax
I have a few questions.

Is Paradise in Southern California?

no but I believe there is a grid line focal point there.



as mentioned earlier,
Paradise is nowhere,
yet nowhere is everywhere.



Does everyone in it look like your avatar?

no.
Grays are a heterogeneous group
in terms of their souls and levels of development,
as well as degrees of pleasantness.

even a rock can experience paradise.
one might even say it's easier for a rock,
since they are closer to nothing than we are.

though when it's experienced by us,
we've more sensations to appreciate.



If I come, will I get my 72 dark-eyed, high-breasted houris?
Can I have 18 light-eyed ones and 54 dark-eyed ones instead?
(I don't want any low-breasted ones, though; you can have those.
I don't want any anorexic ones either.)

you're referring to paradise as described by a version of Islam.

In fact if you read the Quran,
it mainly mentions "gardens" as the heaven scenario.
Which were quite preferable to the hot desert where the belief system originated.

In most of the world we already have gardens,
at least in the form of parks or yards.

Though really it's essential that no matter what your body experiences,
you can still be in paradise. Nowhere is accessible everywhere.

Paradise as I'm referring to it, is a zenfull tranquility, of balance.
It can be experienced in a forest, a desert, a plain, or anywhere you find yourself.
Paradise Now, you can bring with you, wherever you go.
A place of safety, unconditional love, and longevity.

The body or soul is like a radio,
depending on beliefs or vibrations held within,
the station is tuned to, which may have a slew of sensory phenomena associated.

By adjusting these beliefs within yourself,
and setting them that you have happy safe beautiful interesting experiences,
no matter where you are, Paradise Now manifests itself.



Are there any fools in Paradise?
(Not counting the bimb--er, houris, I mean.
It's okay if they're a couple of watercress sandwiches short of the whole picnic.)

If fool is a person or thing that knows less than thou,
then there are plenty, many opportunities to teach others.
There are rocks, plants and barnacles,
all of which can learn from you,
a great divine source of wisdom in their eyes.



Is everybody Vegan in Paradise or is bacon allowed?

Okay, if bacon is verboten, how about seafood? It can't be Paradise without seafood, I mean, come on.

you can have anything now that you like.

on the planet earth where I am at,
it is wise to have large portions of salad,
to maintain the good health of the homo-sapien vessle.

Yoga or various excersizes are also recommended,
to keep the body free, flexible, versatile and strong.



Do you have to meet your in-laws in Paradise?

If you and your spouse choose to.


Can you buy insurance against that?

I don't know.

Though syncronistically,
my beloved's father is an insurance salesman.



I hear wine from the spring of Tasneem, that flows in Paradise,
refreshes but never intoxicates.
That sounds suspiciously like plain water to me.
Can you confirm that Tasneem wine has an alcohol content of at least 11%, corresponding to the US legal minimum content for table wine?

I live in Toronto, Canada.



And finally, could you also please confirm that the suicide-bombers are accommodated separately, together with their houris, away from other residents in a special secure facility? I don't care if they have Hummers. I don't care if the Hummers are diamond-encrusted. I just don't want them parking in my neighbourhood.

As some Arcturians mentioned in a channeling book I read.
When one is of pleasant vibration (like Paradise Now),
one can stroll through a relative warzone,
peaceably, safely, and luxuriously.



Thank you.

your welcome.




By the way, the place I live is often called a tropical paradise.
Life is hell for most of its luckless citizens.

have you interviewed most of it's citizens?

Perhaps there is more that you can appreciate about your circumstances.

Where I live,
some people think is cold,
I love it.
Earlier broke a hole in the ice in our pool,
jumped in and swam around a few times.
It felt great and was exhilarating.

Admitedly I warmed up in our sauna before and after.
Which was also quite pleasant.



I am also reminded of a line by the Eagles:
'Call some place Paradise, kiss it goodbye.'

Paradise Now is not a physical place,
it's a vibration you can achieve,
then you can bring Paradise Now with you,
whichever physical place you go.

- Lowki, happily happying along.



posted on Jan, 18 2010 @ 12:35 AM
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Thank you for answering my questions so fully.

I have just one more.

Is there anyone in Paradise with a sense of humour?



posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 02:54 AM
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Originally posted by Astyanax
reply to post by lowki
 

Thank you for answering my questions so fully.

I have just one more.

You're welcome


Is there anyone in Paradise with a sense of humour?

I'm sorry that does not compute.

Well the best definition of laughter, i.e. hahaha
is casting for something to happen in future.
when one convulses and moves about during laughter,
they bind to many universes in the multiverse,
spreading that vibrations to them,
hence binding to those worlds,
the present moment experience.

Humour, hmmm

www.etymonline.com...
humor Look up humor at Dictionary.com
1340, "fluid or juice of an animal or plant," from Anglo-Norm. humour, from O.Fr. humor, from L. umor "body fluid" (also humor, by false assoc. with humus "earth"), related to umere "be wet, moist," and to uvescere "become wet." In ancient and medieval physiology, "any of the four body fluids" (blood, phlegm, choler, and melancholy or black bile) whose relative proportions were thought to determine state of mind. This led to a sense of "mood, temporary state of mind" (first recorded 1525); the sense of "amusing quality, funniness" is first recorded 1682, probably via sense of "whim, caprice" (1565), which also produced the verb sense of "indulge," first attested 1588. "The pronunciation of the initial h is only of recent date, and is sometimes omitted ...." [OED] Humorous in the modern sense is first recorded 1705. For types of humor, see the useful table below, from H.W. Fowler ["Modern English Usage," 1926].

device HUMOR WIT SATIRE SARCASM INVECTIVE IRONY CYNICISM SARDONIC
motive/aim discovery throwing light amendment inflicting pain discredit exclusiveness self-justification self-relief
province human nature words & ideas morals & manners faults & foibles misconduct statement of facts morals adversity
method/means observation surprise accentuation inversion direct statement mystification exposure of nakedness pessimism
audience the sympathetic the intelligent the self-satisfied victim & bystander the public an inner circle the respectable the self

"Discovery of human nature by observation"
Yes, we with you do plenty of that.
Experiencing the now,
we learn more of who we with you are.

I'm more of a how person.
Like how to do.

What is, well I have my what's,
and we with you can do we with your what's.
All choosing free happy entities.

Perhaps humour requires what's?
Well I've done some rudimentary analysis of stage comedians content.
Seems to be related to every day experience topics.

I went to the store,
and there was an apple,
it was so tasty looking.
hmm hahaha

ya, that was funny.
I laughed.



- Lowki

[edit on 19-1-2010 by lowki]



posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 10:05 AM
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Is there anyone in Paradise with a sense of humour?


the answer is no - humor would be superfluous

if you think you might miss that - best stay put



(no sound - but turns out it isn't necessary) :-)



Okay, if bacon is verboten, how about seafood? It can't be Paradise without seafood, I mean, come on.


:-)

I have it on good authority that seafood is allowed - but, depending on what part of paradise you're in it may need to be flown in

for the OP: is anyone ever sad in paradise?

just curious

[edit on 1/19/2010 by Spiramirabilis]




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