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Davey Jones

Alan Watts

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Its a word problem. GOD, those symbols stay the same but when we're saying it, its supposed to mean strings of memories in your head. The specific ones you're thinking and the thing is, we're all saying the same word but have different variations of thoughts strung together.
 

The feeling appears to occur when your conscience looks at whats happening and can't seem to believe that it somehow works, that seems to be gods domain. The feeling always tends arise in the same way you have an epiphone but then it sticks around.
 

I'd say it definatly has to do with less compartmentalisation of the memories and the links between the networks are more activated to connect this one idea to all the other ideas and then it feels as if your mind is free from the anchoring that other ideas tend to create.
The idea seems to be good for keeping fluidity of the possibilities rather create rigid definitions of what and how things are.

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On 3/25/2019 at 2:26 PM, FunkyJazzJesus said:

it feels as if your mind is free from the anchoring that other ideas tend to create.

This is the beauty of meditation or psychedelics.

Only when you can quieten your internal chatter can you let the mind think for itself.

 

Think of your mind like two people conversing.

Normally it's just you speaking and if you never stop speaking your mind can't get a word in edgeways. 

 

You cant listen when your always talking 

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1 hour ago, blackpoolbouncer said:

This is the beauty of meditation or psychedelics.

Only when you can quieten your internal chatter can you let the mind think for itself.

 

Think of your mind like two people conversing.

Normally it's just you speaking and if you never stop speaking your mind can't get a word in edgeways. 

 

You cant listen when your always talking 


Be-a-yoy-ti-ful.

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I like to think of the mind as a snow dome; only when the snow settles can you see all of the scene...

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