Leaving Fort Wayne and Metaphysical journey were abound!

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15 Jul 2005, 9:12 pm

1)...The Question?

Does this metaphysical profiling help you folks
about you own personal exploration?

2)...Statements by ghosthunter

Goodbye and Good riddence to ForT Wanker! wrote:

Fort Wayne sucks! It is desolent and isolated. The 3rd
cafe/wifi place called "seekers" was too funie-da-mental
and to Oooh1! Praise lord there is a ?insert non-christian.


Metapysics and teaching wrote:
Wanking Fort Wayne may be,......But hmmm-unnn-hmmm
being stranded and helping pryaxis brought out the
metaphysical teacher(and no Quack! duck tape need
apply). We touched energies and explored inner
character. The autism is strong in both of us!

Hmmmm-Unnn-hmmmmmm! sTrong bE the FoRCe in her1!
and strong be the force in I. Through, music, touch and inner-spirit
communication we have explored aspects of untouched that
only autism can express. The average NT in Fort Wanker
would go "Look MA! I have a new! and Duh! Duh! where is my
sex drive, it won't wank. But in Autism, the fire is internal
and is expressed through touch, sexuality, eyes, art, sound
and non-physical compensation

Autism fire and strength is in it's silence then outwardly
expressed!


Tommorow and off to BeeBee's wrote:
I go the Grey hound depot by 8am and I start the
ticket process. Please forgive my numerous posting
silence. I have been tapping with pryaxis my inner autism
state(lama-lama_lau!), and her from me.


3)...Statements by Pyraxis...Heeeerrrrrrre's Pyraxis!
Duh-duh-duh-dee-dum! and now after this commercial
break1!

A very interesting week wrote:
He's the most intense person I've met and in my world that's a compliment. It was fascinating to experiment with new modes of communication, a way of thought I understood but never expected someone else to grasp so naturally. This was one journey I was honored to be a part of. I don't think this fire is restricted to the autistic spectrum - I think it's the result of a lifetime of control or non-expression, which can grow from other causes too. But it's very powerful when channelled properly. Powerful when it's not channelled, too - but dangerous.


4)...The question repeated!

Does this metaphysical profiling help you folks
about you own personal exploration?



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15 Jul 2005, 9:48 pm

Yes, it has certainly made *me* think.

Even when I don't answer, your posts give me something to think about.

BeeBee



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15 Jul 2005, 10:49 pm

It's getting boring. When are you going to come up with a Starship Wrongplanet thing? :lol:



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16 Jul 2005, 5:36 am

BeeBee wrote:
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Yes, it has certainly made *me* think.

Even when I don't answer, your posts
give me something to think about.

BeeBee


That is why I do deeeeep posts. The
thought processes don't see simplicity
nor complexity in all things.

What would be a good example of a
deep exploration for you?



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16 Jul 2005, 5:39 am

ilikedragons wrote:
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It's getting boring. When are you going to
come up with a Starship Wrongplanet thing?


Hmmmm? What's getting boring? I know
I can bore people, or overwhelm them!
Hmmmm?

S.S.W.P will have to wait until I reach a
certain point in this trip. It requires a stable
location and time on all members parts.

Hmmmm? Are you sure you would be up
to my EvIl humor? I remember the last
time you caught my eVIl humor?

Hmmmmm?



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16 Jul 2005, 5:42 am

nah...I don't think it's boring to hear about your trip. It's the most exciting thing on the whole internet!



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16 Jul 2005, 10:12 am

Ghosthunter wrote:
BeeBee wrote:
Yes, it has certainly made *me* think.

Even when I don't answer, your posts
give me something to think about.

BeeBee


That is why I do deeeeep posts. The
thought processes don't see simplicity
nor complexity in all things.

What would be a good example of a
deep exploration for you?


Boy, are you gonna be sorry you asked! Its long and I don't think it will be of interest to any one other than me. But, ask you did.

Okay. Lets look at the mystic eye thread...one I did not post in.

It allowed me to exam my life. Two things stood out.

1) Its been very, very long since I've felt the fire. (Which, by the way, isn't a flame for me but a sun like ball that expands or contracts with my interest/commitment.) Some of that may be due to the demands of parenting, some due to the depression I'm working my way out of, some over the fact that my job duties have been evoling in a direction I don't care for. In any case, upon relection, I realized I do have more control over my life then I'd been thinking. Its critial to have fire or one's soul may die years before one's body. I had been blaming it on my job. I am seeing a concillor for the depression and she had suggested I think about other work. I had a million reasons why I couldn't...some legitamate, many not so legitamate. To top it all off, I began hating my job to the degree where I really wasn't putting any effort in. It took months but my boss finally saw that and called me on it. The therapist tried to tell me that that I had more options but I needed time to think about it to let it really sink in. I'd put off thinking about it until I read your post. After thinking long and hard, I realized I did have options. I could make my current job more interesting or I could, with some planning, begin looking for another. I decided to make my current job more interesting. My boss even noted and commented on my renewed interest.

2) You posted about sexuality/sensuality and the flame. I very much have a tendancy to live only in my head...I interact and enjoy the greater world so I don't mean it in that sense, I mean I don't think about my body. Its a secondary concern. I realized I had slipped into the mode where I was *totally* living in my head again. Time to broaden that out! I plan on starting by getting flowers for my senses to enjoy. I'll pick some up this morning when I pick up your book. I want to start excersing again. I haven't but once I decide to do something I almost always follow though so I will.

There! Is that the type of thing you were asking about?

BeeBee



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16 Jul 2005, 10:15 am

Yes, your posts give me something to think about. :)



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16 Jul 2005, 10:30 am

WHat is metaphysical profiling ?????



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16 Jul 2005, 10:34 am

I can relate to that Beebee, I feel that the "fire" inside is crtical too, and that I have to stay creative and make life interesting.



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16 Jul 2005, 10:37 am

Thanks, tom!

It means a lot to me to hear that. That post looks so lame....

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16 Jul 2005, 10:55 am

And another thing we have in common...we will both purchase a copy of the same book today!