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#1421

From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Wed Nov 20, 2002 11:58 pm Subject: she's good! ozblueriver Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > Moderator's note: Back in the days I focused > on such things, I found it vastly easier to > maintain the "clarity" concept than the "shield" > concept. That I was totally clear and energy > could just "blow right through me" and out the > other side. When I actually started focusing on > what made me feel 'more clear' and 'less clear', > I accidentally found the path to enlightenment. > Alas I stopped at a roadside stand and fell off > the wagon, LOL! PJ LOL PJ, You're brilliant. Now why on earth didn't I think of that! It's just my style...simple, logical and you end up on a clearer path than when you started. thank you, thank you thank you! Liz --------------------- Moderator's note: I actually got the idea -- well it was mine but it was sparked by something -- from a book called "Bander Snatch" by Kevin O'Donnell Jr. Anybody interested in telepathy should consider doing a used bookstore search for this. It is dark, and crude, and sarcastic -- it is the first book by the author (an advanced martial artist) when he was quite young. I corresponded with him a little, he was a little embarrassed by it was my impression, but despite its crudity, I thought it was really brilliant. Some of his conceptualizations were interesting, it's sort of like "street gang sci fi" if there is such a genre! And his humor is so ironic it's hilarious if you have a dark and twisted side. I even adopted quite a bit of his slang from it years ago. :-) Anyway this one minor character said he recognized people with high psi talent when he'd conceptualize "blowing a wind through them" and if he met resistance, he felt they had psi. It gave me the idea, indirectly. But, given I never seem to think up anything novel - every brilliant idea I have has not only usually been written before, but usually centuries ago - there's a good chance that approach actually exists somewhere already. :-) PJ Reply | Forward

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From: "Eva" Date: Fri Nov 22, 2002 9:05 pm Subject: Re: she's good! k9caninek9 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 I think of it in a similar way as just being a product of empathy. I think we naturally tend to be influenced by those around us. If they are sad, we tend to feel sad. But sometimes it can be much more subtle and less obvious or perhaps it can even be a deliberate attempt by others. What seems to help me is to just concentrate on who I am as a person and just shine that brighter and stronger. I think of it as similar to the waking world in which someone might say something and you can be swayed by it or decide you disagree with it because it is not for you. And of course there are times when you might decide that you do want to allow something to influence you if you feel it is a goodness and light type scenario that could help you. -E > > When I actually started focusing on > > what made me feel 'more clear' and 'less clear',

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