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  1. Daoist Magic

    Now a year later, I have very different feelings. In short, no need for protection at Light Level. It is kind of hard to explain as Light has to be experienced and words can fail. But in Medical Qigong, we did all sorts of 'protection' stuff... and I was attacked once by energy when I forgot to do one step. Now, it is never needed cuz the Qigong level of energy is sticky like but light level is closer to water off a ducks back... The issues seems to boil down to when energy hits you (from a person or deity), it may kind of stick if you resonant with that issue or problem. By residing more and letting it pass, it helps to clear that issue. My experience so far
  2. very cool ! Nice to see you here... explore the chat link and get setup or we can invite you. Thanks for dropping by to check it out. You'll find the discussion distinctly different than the TDB stuff
  3. New Chat Link

    I'll share the research I did for another site: Babble: https://invisionpowe...real-time-chat/ This is in the IPS marketplace but for $100/$45yr you get multiple chatrooms (based on pictures). Cbox: Priced at $1.72m/$7.92m . Latter has 100 channels (rooms?). BowoB: Priced at $10m. AVChat Seems overkill. ArrowChat Commetchat: or Looks like you can create chatrooms and assign a name. Priced at $129/$249/$499 one-time cost. Starting at Middle cost supports mobile devices.
  4. Daoist Magic

    SFH: Do you feel that folks should create an energy shield around themselves for protection or it is better to interact freely with the energy and deal with what you encounter? I am sure you'll say, "it depends on the circumstances" so maybe you can offer when it is needed and when it is not. Thanks in advance.
  5. I'm new here

    Hi Alicia... nice to see you in chat today
  6. You are Gods

    I like the similar passages in John and Exodus which parallels this thread point: John 8:56-59 Responding to the Pharisees’ question “Who do you think you are?” Jesus said, “‘Your father Abraham rejoiced at the thought of seeing my day; he saw it and was glad.’ ‘You are not yet fifty years old,’ the Jews said to him, ‘and you have seen Abraham!’ ‘I tell you the truth,’ Jesus answered, ‘before Abraham was born, I am!’ At this, they picked up stones to stone him, but Jesus hid himself, slipping away from the temple grounds”. Cross reference to Exodus 3:14. God said to Moses, “I am who I am.” And he said, “Say this to the people of Israel, ‘I am has sent me to you.’ ”
  7. The Difference A Guru Makes...

    It seems to me that the guru (as described here) is really like a conduit to help one come in contact with their higher self... and by that I mean the guru is that higher self (as all higher selves are really connected).
  8. Greetings!

    Welcome Brian @Jeff... I had to go through 20 approved posts... maybe I'm special
  9. Eye Of The Needle...

    it is all the same... both sides means every side... all sides... semantics in the end. In energetic clinicals, we had six people who would get six readings from a patient's condition.. One felt it; one saw it; one could draw it; one could color it; one could explain it; one could smile about it; all the same. I had a southern friend who liked to say, 'whatever floats your boat'...
  10. Tao Te Ching - Discussion

    Chapter 7: Heaven and Earth are still. Why are Heaven and Earth still? Because they are detached. The Sage is detached, so he is like Heaven and Earth; thus he is at one with all. Being at one, he performs selfless actions and so he is fulfilled.
  11. Tao Te Ching - Discussion

    CHAPTER 6 The root of Heaven and Earth, can be found in its spirit. Search and feel this spirit, for it is ever present; the gateway to all mysteries. The spirit is the primordial mother of the ten thousand things. It is ever present and eternal. Note: I will note that this deviates from traditional renderings in that line #2 has the word for "Valley" , as in "Valley Spirit". I will add that I never had like the focus on "Valley" through the years and this version is the first where someone simply dropped it. I agree because the valley is more like the background of the foreground spirit but in western explanations the Valley seems to be a part of the foreground. So maybe, in my way of thinking, I would picture it as: "The spirit as it moves through mountains and valleys"
  12. Tao Te Ching - Discussion

    I think there is metaphor of a mirror image in different perceptions or planes... but I generally take it as a complementary whole of the universe (ie:manifest life) The chinese word Ren, is a favor of Confucius... showing two people to signify relations and kindness. Despite the various translations of 'not Ren' as ruthless, unkind, inhumane, etc... I've always like the idea that it is simply NOT REN; not human relationships at work. I agree with you examples. The chinese has a word for a bellows (which was used to put more air into the furnace)... I've taken it along the lines as Qi (which is a form of energy)... or a vital breath which fires the internal Qi. That gets into Neigong practices. Nice explanation... I might say the clearer one is, the more they simply are light; It is not felt as passing through because there is no difference. The feeling of passing through is likely our perception of the difference. Its all a trap... a game of perceptions... and then there was light or, be light.
  13. Do you have some links for this? Does a bypass on 6/7 chakra because of transmission or other issues?
  14. Tao Te Ching - Discussion

    poetic language starts with brevity and ends with clarity. These are but six chinese characters which rhythm and sound are lost as soon as we translate... Here they are: Dao ke Dao fei heng Dao Dao can Dao not eternal Dao IMO, the deeper meaning is: Dao once Dao'ing (manifesting) is not Dao [itself, but a representation of it] IF we want to go poetically over-board, then I'll write: Say the Way is to Fey the Way OR Say the Way is to Sway the Way Dao means "the Way"... as in, the way things unfold... naturally... of its own Way. Dao is singularity; whatever we try to do or say about it makes it multiplicity... which is the result of Dao.... but is not Dao itself