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Old 09-22-2009, 11:10 PM   #26
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That cat is pure class artvision

If I had a cat like that, no way you'd find me in front of a PC....except to post the videos

K

P.S. I think somehow 'Maru' the amazing wonder cat has somehow disappeared from Artvision's post. This might make reading this thread a little confusing at this point... but Hey.. you're an Avalonian ! Confusion is your middle name !

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Old 09-22-2009, 11:38 PM   #27
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Cool cat artvision !
Is he still alive ? Did'nt look there was much oxygen left under his helmet

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Old 09-22-2009, 11:39 PM   #28
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If I had a cat like that, no way you'd find me in front of a PC....except to post the videos

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I have got 5 fresh new born ones Kula . Welcome to come over and choose one

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Old 09-22-2009, 11:40 PM   #29
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lol.. I know !

I was holding my breath just watching him !
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Old 09-23-2009, 12:21 AM   #30
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Amazing Story How Internet Changed A Homeless Guy's Life

Wether on or off the Pc what really matters really is how much of your Love you put in every minute that goes by ..

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Old 09-23-2009, 01:39 PM   #31
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Great ! I'd love one Mudra. Got one like Socrates?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-Fit-Club.html

I love the bit where it says:

"The verdict, not surprisingly, was that he was simply too fat to move, possibly because of his taste for cheese and onion crisps. "

Actually, I think I'd prefer one like Maru...

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Old 01-29-2010, 04:18 PM   #32
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Hi !

Just to let you folks know I hope to step away from this PC for a week... well, see if I can...it's for my own good

Hope the world is still there when I get back

If anyone catches me posting on-line... tell me to nab-off !

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Old 01-29-2010, 04:47 PM   #33
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Namaste. The question "How many of you find yourselves logging on every day to keep your finger on the pulse of what is going on on this forum, or indeed in the world?". Speaking for myself without this forum and the whistleblowers. I would have lost the will live. Everyone I love in this world has died, left me, or just doesn't want to hear it or hear anything with a margin of truth to it.. So I agree with what you are saying knowing computers give off frequency. But some of us might be very lonely and not have any other way to make human contact.
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Old 01-29-2010, 04:59 PM   #34
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Namaste. The question "How many of you find yourselves logging on every day to keep your finger on the pulse of what is going on on this forum, or indeed in the world?". Speaking for myself without this forum and the whistleblowers. I would have lost the will live. Everyone I love in this world has died, left me, or just doesn't want to hear it or hear anything with a margin of truth to it.. So I agree with what you are saying knowing computers give off frequency. But some of us might be very lonely and not have any other way to make human contact.
You make a valid point, Judgemental... and I agree with you. In fact, I value Avalon more as a community (albeit online) than I do for the information. That makes it very hard to tear away from (and I'm not advocating that).

I'm pleased and grateful if it gives comfort to some through connections. I know it does for me too.

But I feel like it's a never ending wheel sometimes... and the PC will take every second and breath I have to give it. Those with slightly more discipline , families (or jobs!) will have breaks enforced on them throughout the day. Being in between jobs myself at present, the day is easily commandeered !

thanks for your post Judge...

Ok.. I'm signing off now, thanks... see you soon!

Be nice to each other and please don't anyone write anything interesting while I'm gone lol

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Old 01-29-2010, 05:15 PM   #35
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Old 01-29-2010, 05:50 PM   #36
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Ok.. I'm signing off now, thanks... see you soon!
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I miss you already!
have loads of fun in the non-virtual world, and please return with wonderful
stories of your adventures while your gone


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Old 01-29-2010, 06:09 PM   #37
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Many years ago I cooked up a name for a punkband of a friend.
THE HAPPY ADDICTS
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Old 01-29-2010, 10:02 PM   #38
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I totally know what the OP is talking about in regards to stepping away from the computer. I'm a gamer and when I"m not gaming..I'm on the forums and other sites or....actually working (!) on the PC. But if I force myself to walk away and do other things around the house, it feels like a weight has been lifted off me. I feel "free" for lack of a better word. But it is a two-sided coin as many have said....I'd still maybe be completely in the dark if it wasn't for the internet..and even with gaming, I wouldn't have many of the friends I do, all over the world, if it wasn't for that.
I think it's an energy thing with the PC, the draining feeling.
Anyway..that's me.

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Old 02-05-2010, 10:20 AM   #39
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being in nature...mighty, beautiful, amazing Nature...helps balance body and spirit.

spending time away from technology, also allows the mind to sink deeply into the heart. ultimately, this is all we truly have: our heart's compass....
without my walks to the beach, i would feel half alive and disenchanted most of the time

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Old 02-05-2010, 12:29 PM   #40
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Ahh... the beauty of synchronicity !

Nice one omshanti... that's exactly what I was going to post about!

Well... I'm back !

-ish... did you miss me ? Caws you did...

I missed you too.

Well, I can say that the experiment is to it's conclusion. One week away from Avalon. Not totally away from the PC though. It was tough in places I can tell you, to be on the internet and not dawdle along to my favourites folder... lol. Still, I made myself a promise and I kept it.

Sanity is returning , do NOT adjust your screen....

I just got hold of Eckart Tolle's book..the power of now... and have just started reading it. My answer lies in there... that desire...to speak on Avalon...it's not me...it's my mind...yak..yak..yak...there...see ? It's going again.. give it five minutes and it will entertain and amaze you all....

Well, so it thinks...

I'm coming to understand that our sense of being and our mind are two different places. That incessent compulsion I was talking about to spend hours at Avalon...it's a compulsion of the mind. It's not even an illuminati brain-ultra 5k47 ray making me do it... just me.

I still love you all. let's do lunch.

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Old 02-05-2010, 05:10 PM   #41
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ah, Kula, glad to see you again
and proud of you for leaving and sticking to it.

the power of now is a great resource!
living in the now and being present is really what it's all about.
nature is what helps me appreciate and be present.
when in need, go hug a tree!

so where are we doing lunch?
fish and chips?
yum!


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Old 02-05-2010, 05:31 PM   #42
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hey kula ... you're back ...
good to empty the mind at times isn't it ... sometimes a whole new perspective comes to light about things ...

and you missed us too ... you have also been missed

ok illuminate ... i'll join yourself and kula for lunch ... fish and chips sounds superb ...

just need a bit of notice though ... tis a looong swim over ... but to meet you guys ... i'll start now ...
and if i get too tired ... i'll hop on one of these ...
and if that's too slow ... i'll be on one of these ...
i dunno if they permit turtles like me on board ... i'll check though ...

now i'm craving fish 'n chips ...



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Old 02-05-2010, 05:58 PM   #43
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ok illuminate ... i'll join yourself and kula for lunch ... fish and chips sounds superb ...

just need a bit of notice though ... tis a looong swim over ... but to meet you guys ... i'll start now ...
and if i get too tired ... i'll hop on one of these ...
and if that's too slow ... i'll be on one of these ...
i dunno if they permit turtles like me on board ... i'll check though ...

now i'm craving fish 'n chips ...
me too... with malt vinegar!
let's skip the swim, water is probable too chilly,
screw the airport, don't wanna get scanned and found out
so lets use teleportation, I've been told that all we need to do is
find some guy named scotty!


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Old 02-05-2010, 07:50 PM   #44
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If I don't even turn on the PC at all some days, then I've found the day runs very differently. Anyone else found that ? There's more peace for a start.


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Ignorance is bliss.

Dont look and it wont bother you.

Ignore it and it will go away.

There is too much information, so, I will find my own peace and let the world happen around me.

Nothing to see here, folks. Return to the TV. Nothing to see here.

I know what you are saying but, really, we live in the most difficult times that the earth has ever seen. The urge to close the eyes and cover the ears is very strong and some will do that. People are going through a lot of psycolological difficulty these days. When that happens they turn to the people who they think might support them. For some that is Project Avalon.
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Old 02-06-2010, 12:49 PM   #45
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I see what you're saying MK, but I don't think there's anything to be gained by filling your head with everything coming down the pipe on a daily basis.

I've done it, and I'm done with it. I'm not saying it's not true, and I'm not saying bury your head in the sand. On the contrary, I'm saying that by living in fear, or by living in preparation, and spending a large part of their time at the PC, some people will miss out on the basics of living a meaningful life.

I was one of them. Spent far too much time posting and reading. One thing I can say is this.. you cannot read, post...and build an unsinkable boat at the same time

A world of preparations is all about self..self survival . It is not about the many, it is about the few. I am choosing to give myself as fully as I can to those around me...and to myself.

I really don't need to read if this earthquake or that is caused by Haarp or not. It's like arguing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

If 'they' come for you, they will come for you...and you'll have to be very well prepared to not be caught.

Awareness is one thing, living a life as a slave to the screen is another.

If I'm right..and consciousness is the Big Daddy of them all...it won't matter what plans the 'evil ones' have...it aint' gonna happen.. for whatever reason.

If anyone feels their calling is to spend all their time on forums reading about all the things that are happening or could happen, I say fine..I did it myself for over a year. Just do what's inside of you. I'm just speaking what's true for me.

It doesn't have the hold over me it once had.

They're now saying they want troops patrolling in the UK...and, so ? Just what am I going to do about that? Nothing. I can't do anything about a headline. we're in for difficult times, for sure. I can talk about many things I've learned, to any one who wants to listen. But it ain't going to be my daily life any more....

Best wishes,

K

P.S. Illuminate and future eyes... can I swim over to you for pancakes and waffles with maple syrup?

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Old 02-06-2010, 01:06 PM   #46
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I see what you are saying.

Too much of anything can be a bad thing.

If it gets to the point of being obsessed then maybe its time to step back a little and give it a rest.

Ive had to do that too. Then when I came back I had a better perspective.

Peace.
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Old 02-06-2010, 01:18 PM   #47
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Thanks for sharing your view with me MK...

That's the great thing about forums that I like actually, it's a melting pot of views and ideas... no one is right or wrong in an absolute sense...but everyone is right from their own perspective. In seeing this, I've learned much about things I'd not even considered.

this thread is my own joke at myself for becoming a slave to the machine. I've since learned, in the last few days.. that this means being a slave to the mind. for it is the mind that controls us.

I knew I was on to something, but I wasn't sure what !

So I agree with you, people who are not awake, need to know, and those who are awake should not forget, but those who are awake, should also go and DO something too...

me..I'm off for a walk on the rolling hills of dartmoor... have a great afternoon... nice discussing with you...

See you (hopefully not too) soon

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Old 02-06-2010, 01:50 PM   #48
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[QUOTE=Kulapops;234288]
It's like arguing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.[QUOTE]


Well only one Elvis can dance on this pinhead!!




Great to see you back dear friend - you've been missed. xx


Darn - picture must have a copy right. Here's the link; http://bp0.blogger.com/_SZx2oaxuJSA/...lardWigan5.jpg

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Old 02-06-2010, 02:58 PM   #49
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me too... with malt vinegar!
let's skip the swim, water is probable too chilly,
screw the airport, don't wanna get scanned and found out
so lets use teleportation, I've been told that all we need to do is
find some guy named scotty!


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All joke aside, we are working on that its called orbing....apparently the orbs that we are seeing (the nice ones ) can be people that are trying to help us from other dimensions :O

Love
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:34 PM   #50
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I know I've spoken somewhere about getting much needed time away from the PC....

stop the pontificating.. stop the discussions about how many thubans it takes to change a lightbulb...

GO AND DO SOmETHING !!!!

Can't remember where I wrote about my compost bin project.. but I'm very proud of it. The nails weren't long enough, the weather was freezing... couldn't find the right size screws..and the jigsaw vibrated like.. well.. let's not go there...

so here it is ! I did something ! you can too ! lolol...

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