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Old 29-02-2016, 11:34 AM
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Except you seem to be implying "stuff releases the body has to adapt, the energy literally moves through the body, it begins to vibrate faster" as if all that is exclusive to getting sick. It's not. The path to wisdom - self-understanding - is life, both the good and not so good, the healthy and not so healthy. Sickness, suffering, etc. are just particular ways that self-understanding opportunities manifest. Of course everyone experiences unexpected illness. And one can learn great things about themselves from it. Or not, sometimes it's just horrible awful illness.

Your coming up with theorys that make sense to you. All im saying is if its accelerated enough your body is going to break down. Im not speaking of psychological awakening. Im speaking of energetic
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:46 AM
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Uh, I'm having a hard time following this. Though, I suppose most people do reject that illness has or can have a purpose. They fight against it and maybe believe that by being free of it, they would somehow be more spiritually powerful. Is that what I'm sensing here?

Some of my most powerful experiences have been when I'm ill, so I see it differently. It's true that sometimes it just plain sucks, but then again, life is like that much of the time. Sometimes a cold has broken me out of a long-term funk in my ways of thinking. It's kind of hard to explain.

It kind of seems that everyone else is trying to make running feel stupid for being bold enough to contemplate things in a different way.
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:46 AM
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Im sorry baile. But you havent a clue what im talking about.
What others are pointing out is you don't seem to want input you feel invalidates what you're saying. But instead of being honest about that, you hide behind comments like, "I don't know what you're talking about, it's clear to me" and "You haven't got a clue." This is a discussion, if upholding your singular POV is that important, why even create a topic thread? Post a blog.
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:52 AM
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Some of my most powerful experiences have been when I'm ill, so I see it differently.
What do you mean differently? Most everyone else is in agreement and has been saying the same thing. That's not the issue here.
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:56 AM
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I know its clear to you.

I find that you stay in your experience and wont let go and discuss deeper to develop more understanding or what others offer in discussion to open up deeper more to your own view and your experience.

This is not about saying your experience is not right for you, but have you ever considered that when you post things in this way, their is much more at play in relation to illness and people suffering with illness and instead of looking at this from *maybe I should just get sick more often* and spreading this message you might consider as part of your own experience that their is much more at play and build understanding through questions and shared ideas offered, to grow and deepen understanding in the message your conveying to a larger audience here.


Perhaps you feel your posts are only about you and those that agree with you or side with you in similar alignment?

I guess that's fine though.

It was a joke. And a description of the experience. But maybe i should sense its nice growing at a faster rate. I get sick once every year or two. Never stop working though cause thats not an option. Unless im dieing. Lol
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Old 29-02-2016, 12:08 PM
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What others are pointing out is you don't seem to want input you feel invalidates what you're saying. But instead of being honest about that, you hide behind comments like, "I don't know what you're talking about, it's clear to me" and "You haven't got a clue." This is a discussion, if upholding your singular POV is that important, why even create a topic thread? Post a blog.

Your rejecting what i explained in my experience. Im rejecting your theory. Sound fair?
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Old 29-02-2016, 12:17 PM
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Except you seem to be implying "stuff releases the body has to adapt, the energy literally moves through the body, it begins to vibrate faster" as if all that is exclusive to getting sick. It's not. The path to wisdom - self-understanding - is life, both the good and not so good, the healthy and not so healthy. Sickness, suffering, etc. are just particular ways that self-understanding opportunities manifest. Of course everyone experiences unexpected illness. And one can learn great things about themselves from it. Or not, sometimes it's just horrible awful illness.

Your rejection of what i witness. Your theory about how it is.
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Old 29-02-2016, 12:36 PM
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My mistake baile. I read over the word exclusive. From that context i agree with you
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Old 29-02-2016, 03:51 PM
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So far through out my energetic developmentl. Since beginning this journey about nine years ago. Getting sick gives me more growth per time than any other practice.

Today im getting over a cold. Guess what? In a few days i cleared more gunk out of my third eye than at least a month of daily meditation. Plus other things i do. And i dont meditate when im sick.

Guess what i should probably be preying for? But not sure i will. Lol

Getting sick is your body telling you that you need a break or a vacation. Better to take a break or time off, than waiting to get sick, so you can do it.
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Old 29-02-2016, 04:35 PM
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Getting sick is your body telling you that you need a break or a vacation. Better to take a break or time off, than waiting to get sick, so you can do it.
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Im sure that happens no doubt. I agree.I was on vacation taking a break.

In this particular case and it seems relevant other times. Is there is a correlation between getting sick and energetic growth. I wish i could some how show people how easy it is to see. But what does it matter? But in any case i find it interesting enough to mention here
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