Originally posted by Yummy Freelunch
reply to post by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Forgive my ignorance, but just how do you know what your yin and yang can agree on?
That's a huge part of the challenge, finding something you are truly at peace with, and being of one mind in regards to it.
Maybe it is excelling at a sport or activity, or simply a desire for peace or enlightenment.
What is important to understand that if any concious doubt exists or any conflict you won't achieve the state of balance that will allow you to
conciously communicate with your higher self.
To be one with the universe, you must first be able to be one with yourself.
Our indoctrinated concept of original sin, and humans being inherently flawed as a species does a great job at preventing people from being one with
There is always some ellement of guilt or fear or other conflicting desire in play as a result of this instilled mindset and programming.
Most of your life has been dedicated to a path away from your true self in order to particpate in a shared reality.
Reversing that direction, isn't always easy or quick.
It can be done though, and it's probably easier to encounter that state through accident than design.
People have been known to acheive it though through practice trial and error with a deliberate aim to achieve it though the majority who try do end up
It can not be done with out first becoming completely and totally of one mind.
Any doubt, any uncertainty acts as a buffer, and let's face it our whole way of life is based on instilling doubts and uncertainty into others as a
means to convince them to go along with and do things that are not inherently natural to us or feel right or moral.
Your experience may if you are succesful lead to SHC (spontaneous human combustion) and the more progressive people you leave behind might end up
arguing the following.
Unverified natural phenomena
Since every human body contains varying strengths of electrical field and the human body also contains flammable gases (mainly methane in the
intestines), an electrical discharge could ignite these gases.
SHC victims are sometimes described as lonely people who fall into a trance immediately before their incineration. Heymer suggests that a
psychosomatic process in such emotionally-distressed people can trigger off a chain reaction by reacting nitrogen within the body and setting off a
chain reaction of mitochondrial explosions. This theory has been criticized on the basis that Heymer "seems to be under the illusion that nitrogen
exist as gases in the blood and are thus vulnerable to ignition, which is, in fact, not the case." (Mitochondria are organelles found within
cells.) The theory also fails to take into account the fact that nitrogen is an inert, non-flammable gas.
Another theory suggests high-energy particles or gamma rays coupled with susceptibilities in the potential victim (e.g. increased alcohol in the
blood) triggers the initial reaction. This process may use no external oxygen to spread throughout the body, since it may not be an
oxidation-reduction reaction. However, no reaction mechanism has been proposed, nor has a source for the high-energy particles.
The victim is an alcoholic and has been smoking while drinking or shortly after drinking a strong spirit. There are claims that this raises the blood
alcohol level to a point where it ignites; however, this theory is implausible, since ethanol typically burns only if the concentration is greater
than about 23%, whereas a fatally toxic level is about 1%. However, this does introduce the probability that the victim will fall asleep while
holding a lit cigarette.
A suggested possibility is that both clothing and the person are caused to burn by a discharge of static electricity. A person walking across a carpet
can build up sufficient charge and voltage to create a spark. It is unlikely that this could start a clothing fire, as although the voltage can be
high (several thousand volts), the stored energy is very low (typically less than a joule).
The controversial phenomenon of ball lightning has also been proposed as one of the causes of spontaneous combustion.
The reality is none of the above are correct but it's hard to explain why a person would in essence deatomize.
Yet the truth is that deatomizing is what you will do if you succeed.
You might want to read the Celestine Prophecies though a fictional book, it describes fairly well in very simple ways the process of acheiving balance
with the energies around you and inside of your self, and how to acheive a different vibrational state to exit the dimension.
[edit on 26/7/10 by ProtoplasmicTraveler]