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posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 08:40 AM
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Okay I have a question for you. Love and curse, love and curse it makes us worse, or it can be traverse and make us first understand the deeper meaning of the word love and hate. Decipher and let me know what you think.




posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 08:55 AM
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OP, which direction should I go in?

Thx...



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 09:11 AM
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I have decided to paint my garage/shop this summer and although I have a solid base color, picking a good trim color has proved to be quite a headache. Could you please offer your answer to this puzzle?

Also if I am permitted two questions...I have decided to install and use an oil burning furnace, to burn all my used motor oil (along with all I gather from others), but my question is: Where in my garage/shop should I put this furnace? I have considered putting it in the rear of the shop so it is out of the way but closer to the roll-up doors would allow for better access...so what is the answer?

Thanks



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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I guess opinions never hurt.


I hate my slave job. I hate my slave money. I hate my slave life. I hate the world and most of all, I have lost faith in humanity and our socio-economic order.

What can I do to find a job I love and how do I go around earning a living while having more time to (someday) raise my children properly and spend time enjoying life?

What is my purpose? There has to be more... otherwise god is a sadist.
edit on 10-6-2011 by darius2025 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 06:40 PM
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Originally posted by 85inalaska
Well since you apparently know everything, tell me if spending 10 dollars on a movie ticket to see the hangover 2 is a good idea. Because im still skeptical about that movie


I can answer that, its a total waste of money.. but thats just my opinion.
You can check it out for yourself though (for free) at " www.putlocker.com... "
( its legit, i promise).

My 2nd post ^_^



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 07:02 PM
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Hi EW,

At first I was a little confused about the opening post, but saw the seriousness of your offering... and the motivation behind it to assist others... as opposed to the limited general perception of some who think you did this for kudos and S&F's.

Many will claim it wrong to offer advice to those you don't know, based on their own concerns for how listeners will take the advice and how they will then behave. These few do not understand that it is perfectly fine to offer advice to anyone who asks a serious question, and, that good advice is good advice whether you know the person personally or not.

I noticed too that with a little opposition you went into doubt-mode, and the energy drained away so that you felt less able to assist anyone. That much is normal friend, Refocus and set time limits to how long you will work in each session, so that you can remain connected and fresh without becoming too drained with effort.

As always, we meet opposition to what you want to do. And invariably that opposition comes from people with their own issues that prevent them from seeing what is being offered as having value. Again that is very normal.

Be well, rest well and come back nicely tuned in again... as you were at the very start of this thread.



posted on Jun, 10 2011 @ 07:05 PM
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I don't know why, but I really enjoy these types of threads, however they usually get so much traffic that my post (request for answer from op) gets lost in the shuffle. Hopefully not this time.

I am most concerned with the next 6 months and my career. Need a direction, I would be more specific but you seem to be able to go with very little. Let's see how good you are.

thanks much



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 05:06 AM
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Originally posted by soundofathousandbirds
reply to post by etherical waterwave
 


Hey,

-How will you make me?

by showing ways which can make one progress.

-Why do you want me to 'move on with my life'? What is your motivation?

It is good for society and yourself.

-What direction should my life be moving?

To happiness and succes. I don't say you don't have any. I can motivate by giving opportunities.

What qualifies you to advise me or anyone else on their life?

It is something I have succeed in before. I also use telepathy. I'm introduced into astral work.
For myself this experience is good to have more self-esteem and to open up myself.




posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 05:12 AM
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reply to post by VreemdeVlieendeVoorwep
 


Receiving advice can open up ones mind. What is given from above always succeeds in broadening ones perception or making them become more aware of themselves. This is very important thus one can move on with their life fulfilling it's destiny of becoming a happy person.



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 05:18 AM
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Do you like your dog? Accept him as he is. What's the point if you don't own a dog? If the dog can be, so can you. You need loving kindness and recognition. Be true. Maybe you still have your friends out of your youth.
Nothings really wrong with you. You just need to find more happiness out of recognition.

This site isn't a very good one for seeking unity.



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 05:38 AM
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Wow Tayesin.... I'm a bit surprised by your reply.


These few do not understand that it is perfectly fine to offer advice to anyone who asks a serious question, and, that good advice is good advice whether you know the person personally or not.


Don't get me wrong....I completely agree with the notion that free advise is good but one has to realize that the basis of one's advice should be independent knowledge of the situation.

For instance, if somebody asks me if he should buy a certain car. It does help if you know the person's financial situation, for what purpose he is going to use the car, what state the car is in etc etc. Without knowing these things I could give advice...sure, but the quality of that advise is nil. It's based on nothing more than an educated guess.

I could entertain the thought that the cosmos is steering my educated guess and claim that because I have faith in this system further information is not necessary but that would make it more of a faith based advise, kinda like saying:"if you pray hard enough, your soul will be saved"......that's good advise but also kind of empty and meaningless.

And I was only talking about advise on a car. What if somebody comes along and asks if he should stop with his medication?

Having a believe system is fine but I really urge to use caution when it could have implications on other people's life.

That's all....


Be well, Peace



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 07:39 AM
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Hi,

Advice for a car is like you say. I wouldn't offer advice on that without knowing the situation, that's part of being honest with offering advice.

Neither would I suggest anyone go off their medication unless the side-effects were much worse than the sypmtoms they have, and even then not without them seeing their medic... first piece of advice right there.

The thing about offering advice is working with the limitations you have. Unless you "get" solid info from "another source" that you have learned to trust over time. In which case you get a good insight into the person's situation and are more sure of the information you offer them.

Each case is unique to how one handles it.



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 08:28 AM
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I hear you and I'll try to refrain from posting any further interuptions in this thread but there's just one thing....


The thing about offering advice is working with the limitations you have. Unless you "get" solid info from "another source" that you have learned to trust over time. In which case you get a good insight into the person's situation and are more sure of the information you offer them.


How do I, you or even the OP know that the time past has been enough to trust the source from which he is receiving his answers? How do I, you or even the OP know that his source can be trusted?

I know a few people that would claim that the voices in their head are messages from beyond this realm but more often than not the source turned out to be something other than the cosmos.

I'll leave the OP to futher advise people, thanks for the eloquent reply.

Peace






edit on 11-6-2011 by operation mindcrime because: aaaaargh....spellling

edit on 11-6-2011 by operation mindcrime because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by operation mindcrime
How do I, you or even the OP know that the time past has been enough to trust the source from which he is receiving his answers? How do I, you or even the OP know that his source can be trusted?

I know a few people that would claim that the voices in their head are messages from beyond this realm but more often than not the source turned out to be something other than the cosmos.

I'll leave the OP to futher advise people, thanks for the eloquent reply.

Peace


You don't have to leave the thread, your balanced perspectives are important too.

How much is enough time? Simple answer, many years.

Starting with a testing phase of "seeing/getting" and waiting to see if it happens in the "real world". Followed by learning to know the Feel of what's providing the information. In bigger picture reality Feel holds all the information you need about a person or "other thing"... you know the Intent behind it, the strength of the information relating to it's probability and what paths are more effective for direction.

Next step is learning how to stay a clear 'receiver' when you need or choose to be, then we learn how to trust yourself. Followed by learning that it's not really us who is good at it, it is simply the strength of the information that is good if you are clear to perceive it. Regular examinations of our own motives and behaviours then rounds out the picture, so to speak.

One small rule of thumb is simple... trust your own initial gut intuitions, they are usually correct.

And thank you for asking an important question.



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 10:38 AM
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Tayesin,

I understand what you mean but isn't there the possibility of hidden doubt or uncertainty clouding your "reception" without being aware of it??

What I mean is, if you do not have 100% trust in your ability to communicate with the cosmos, won't your mind fill in the blanks without you knowing it and thus perceiving it as genuine information from an other source than the imagination? And how would you ever know......?

(If I am really getting off-track here, let me know
)

Peace



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by operation mindcrime
I understand what you mean but isn't there the possibility of hidden doubt or uncertainty clouding your "reception" without being aware of it??

What I mean is, if you do not have 100% trust in your ability to communicate with the cosmos, won't your mind fill in the blanks without you knowing it and thus perceiving it as genuine information from an other source than the imagination? And how would you ever know......?

(If I am really getting off-track here, let me know
)

Peace


You ask great questions om. It's been said when we know the right questions to ask we will know the answers... they are usually within the perfect questions.

Anyway.. not to waffle-on so here goes....

It's possible and likely probable, depending on the individual, that some degree of self-doubt could make our perception "filters" a little murky.. like wearing foggy glasses.

The "good" ones will have a pre-client and post-client procedure for cleaning out the dross in their own filters. And even then if the information doesn't have the "correct" Feel to it then it should be doubted, discarded and the practitioner does a "reset" using their clearing method.

One of the big issues I have seen over the years with psychics is many will go with whatever info comes to them, even if it is from their own mind's creation, and so we would think of these as false prophets, etc. Many do not test the information nor it's source... and some seem not to have regular examinations of their motives for doing this work, which can also cloud the filters.

How would we ever know? .. excellent question again....

It's the Feel inherent in everything. Example, you meet a person for the first time.. you get a distinct Feel within you about that person. Most times that Feel turns out to have been correct information about that person. This example is something we all experience when meeting new people.

Something else we learn is that our Thoughts create reactionary Feelings that are felt as real. So when we know this we are able to separate what is a feeling resonse to our own thoughts and what is not.

More specifically.... to prevent the Mind filling in the blanks, one has to be Vigilant on their own Input. We learn to become aware of the energy flow within us so that we can monitor it in each moment. It is a very fine line that many workers in the field don't seem to operate with unfortunately, and something necessary to do in order to make sure we are remaining clear and receptive only to what we have learned to tune-in to.

The doubt doesn't fill in the information, the doubt is only ever about ourselves as avenues for the information to come into. Although the unmastered mind's focus can easily fill in blanks, as we know. And this is when we get into other aspects of offering advice as a service....

A practitioner must put the effort in to insuring they are able to hold the focus necessary, they have to be honest enough to know when to "reset", and, tell the client when they are unhappy with their 'performance' before reset-ing. All service has to be offered with 100% honesty, otherwise it is not a service for anyone.

As you can see the process is involved right from the outset in our preparations, in our constant vigilance on our mental input and constant testing of the information as we get it.

I hope I've managed to answer your questions.



posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by Signals
OP, which direction should I go in?

Thx...


Apparently OP doesn't have an answer for all questions...and I thought mine was pretty simple.




posted on Jun, 11 2011 @ 09:06 PM
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What is the purpose of meaning?



posted on Jun, 12 2011 @ 04:41 PM
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Thanks again for the eloquent reply Tayesin, you have a very clear way of explaining these things.


I understand that what you are saying. It takes a lot of effort, honesty and experience (or as you more eloquently put it "constant vigilance on our mental input and constant testing of the information").


The "good" ones will have a pre-client and post-client procedure for cleaning out the dross in their own filters. And even then if the information doesn't have the "correct" Feel to it then it should be doubted, discarded and the practitioner does a "reset" using their clearing method.


How are the...uhhmm....not-connected-to-the-cosmos folks, the people to whom the OP is dispensing advise, suppose to differentiate between a genuine practitioner and a quack(sp?)?

I mean...it's hard work for the OP and I really appreciate it but how can he expect, with his knowledge of how hard it is to tell the difference between genuine and false information, how can he expect us to recognize him in an anonymous sea of mentally insane, quacks, jokers.......??

There has to be mutual trust I guess so here goes: I know the OP....it's etherical waterwave, has 1749 posts, 193 flags, 466 stars, registered on 30-8-2006, Lives in Flanders and is currently feeling saturated.....

It's impossible!! With this information it is impossible to tell if the OP is a genuine practitioner, at least for people blocked from information from the cosmos. It would require the same amount of effort as it would take a genuine practitioner to filter it's information (some people are not very good in doing this!!!). It is to much to expect and if anything the OP should be advising his audience not to take advise from people like him.......right?? (And I think the cosmos should have told the OP this...
).

It's confusing......


Peace



posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 06:19 PM
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Sorry to take so long to reply.. had things to do.


Originally posted by operation mindcrime
How are the...uhhmm....not-connected-to-the-cosmos folks, the people to whom the OP is dispensing advise, suppose to differentiate between a genuine practitioner and a quack(sp?)?

I mean...it's hard work for the OP and I really appreciate it but how can he expect, with his knowledge of how hard it is to tell the difference between genuine and false information, how can he expect us to recognize him in an anonymous sea of mentally insane, quacks, jokers.......??

It's impossible!! With this information it is impossible to tell if the OP is a genuine practitioner, at least for people blocked from information from the cosmos. It would require the same amount of effort as it would take a genuine practitioner to filter it's information (some people are not very good in doing this!!!). It is to much to expect and if anything the OP should be advising his audience not to take advise from people like him.......right?? (And I think the cosmos should have told the OP this...
).


Usually, it's the information provided that shows who is worth listening to and who isn't. Example, the OP's first reply to a questioner, obviously hit a nail on the head, going by the responders reply to the information. That information made no sense to anyone else except the person it was directed at.

On "taking advice".... we all have the right to take it or leave it. We do it all the time when hearing family members, work associates, etc offering their advice.. and we choose what we take and what we discard. Same applies here or anywhere else.

I think the OP started out okay.. and had every right to put up a sign to offer services under. If the information is good then all is good. If not, then people won't bother with it at all.

I do think it right to say "you don't have to take my advice".

It would have been nice to see E.W. continue with what they set out to do.

So, in short, the answer is simple enough... E.W. should continue to offer advice while they are getting good information that is relevant to the questioners. E.W doesn't need to be a qualified practitioner in the strict sense and everyone can take it or leave it.

We get advice from many people all the time.. and we decide if we go with it or not. Same applies here.



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