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Jayson wrote:The level by which we are capable of manipulating what our experience is defined as to ourselves is grand in its scope of detailed potential articulation.
We can use our own selves to move ourselves rather than only using our minds to move our thoughts.
Jayson wrote:Yes you can use yourself to get shitfaced.
But what was the point of bringing that up here?
TheStumps wrote: You, as you might say it, are my god.
Now to convey my point, you can take all of what you posted and use them the same as you use your arm.
You can extend the emotional experience of any one of those uniquely upon request if you so wanted, and do so that you could directly move through your experience of life.
quetzalcoatl wrote:The Paineful Truth
Is that like saying; ‘what’s the point’ a vast universe out there and people think so small minded etc?
Jayson wrote:Using this:
You can take this:
Jayson wrote:Moreno, but reflect on that.
Why can't we use our emotions?
No, s'part of the problem with holistic thinking.
No matter how seemingly pointless or unfair or outrageous our threescore and 10, this is all but a blink against the great equalizer of eternity. "What we do in life echoes (forever) in eternity", and maybe so do we, if we can stand ourselves.
Quetz, no...well...sort of.
It is holistic listening from which selective and exact action can be directed.
Our emotions are behavioural appendages. We don't have to react to what our fingers do instinctively to stimuli. We can select the articulation.
I am saying that this can be done with emotions. You can select the emotion to evoke for use rather than reacting to what emotions arrive to you.
Your means of interaction, however, are on the right line of thinking as the evocation, being human, requires something by which is the reference frame to provoke the desired emotion to be used.
Like a method actor, but not for pretend.
I assume you didn't intend this, but her emotions appear to be fake to the point of caricature. Something to be cautious of, perhaps.
Jayson wrote:Emotions are a state, not objects of our self.
They are a state in which our nervous system is entered into within a moment of time.
Controlling the body can also be controlling the self, but that is another issue. Once you decide that this or that emotion is not right now, even through it is your natural reaction, then you have a split. One part of you judging another part of you - the emotional centers - as being wrong.Think on that youtube clip of Sherlock Holmes boxing that I cited in the other thread in response to you there.
Each move was not an object; it was what his bundle of nerves, muscle, and bone were articulating into in one moment of time after another.
I am sure people can do this, I just think they are treating themselves abusively.It may sound unpredictable and crazy, but essentially, you would flip to outrage from serene and back if so wanting.
Thank you. I can't say it is at all that gentle, but I have found that no longer suppressing, remolding, judging, stopping, stifling emotions has made me feel more like a unified being. It feels right.What I understand you to be saying, however, is that you enjoy simply letting yourself move as a leaf falling in the wind in regards to the emotions.
I won't contest, nor suggest that you shouldn't.
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