How to Instantly Tell Who's Evil versus Good

PirateAndBum

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Loohan, have you considered the possibility that what you are seeing are nothing more than digital artifacts? Perhaps you should take a trip to DC and go visit Capital Hill and actually meet these people. Have you considered that these people that you call shapeshifters are human beings that have families, mothers and fathers, grandparents? Take a closer look at what your assumptions imply - it seems to me that you are being misled, just like Hubbard misled with his tales.
 

Loohan

Am I Mettaya?
Loohan, have you considered the possibility that what you are seeing are nothing more than digital artifacts? Perhaps you should take a trip to DC and go visit Capital Hill and actually meet these people. Have you considered that these people that you call shapeshifters are human beings that have families, mothers and fathers, grandparents? Take a closer look at what your assumptions imply - it seems to me that you are being misled, just like Hubbard misled with his tales.

I'm fairly sure that LRH vid was in the pre-digital days.
 

Idle Morgue

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Unfortunately, i don't know of any real-life "They Live" glasses.
However, it is possible for some rare individuals to perceive what i speak of. I am in contact with several such.

Easier than trying to discern who is CIA, is discerning who is a shapeshifting reptilian. Then, it follows that if you see a shapeshifting rept pretending to be a freedom fighter or do-gooder, that person is likely CIA or some other kind of similar phony.

How does one discern a shapeshifting rept? I have never actually seen one shift in real life; it seems few people do. But on camera it is quite common. I don't watch TV normally, but if i happen to be near one i can't help but spot them by their vertical pupils.
Almost everyone you see on national TV is one: all the newscasters, sportscasters, weather reporters, gov't spokesmen, Congressmen, pundits, comedians, etc. but most of the time they don't flaunt their lizard eyes. Still, often they do.
Here is one i snapped a pic of on my mom's large screen in Feb:
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Some Satanist White House jerk.

Mostly how i discern them is by their VIBE. And i was missing most of them even a year ago. Then i developed special radionic/orgone programs to "light" up their evil DNA. When you blast them with certain positive frequencies, it, as LRH would say
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(note his loving vertical pupils), it causes their energy field to ridge up. This is palpable to me.

Now all of them on Earth are more or less de-cloaked and can be felt by some sensitive people.

But one must be careful because some people have enough rept DNA to shapeshift, but are not shapeshifters, and know nothing about this stuff, e.g. David Mayo and Miscavige's siblings and mother.
Others are knowing shapeshifters but benign: Bruce Lee and his widow, for example.

This is where it helps to have more psychic insight. The evil ones invariably are promiscuous pedophile bisexuals, with the exception of a minority who eschew the opposite sex in favor of their own.

(But wait, you might ask, why are the pupils not parallel to his face angle? Why do they remain perfectly vertical? This is because weird stuff happens like this with these critters. For example, here is a video of a CIA shapeshifter at Project Scamalot interviewing another CIA shapeshifter. This link should take you straight to the 1:09:50 point:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ4Q1jKTNVI&feature=player_detailpage#t=4189s
, where a short sequence begins in which you can see her pupils do the same thing.)

Youtube is full of videos of personages shapeshifting.
Like the Satanist, MPDed, Scientologist John Travolta:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fl-j_a5y5Go

I think it is the light reflection in the eyes that make it look like reptilian eyes...if you check out the people that taut this theory - you will find them to be frauds...charging money and scaring the besus out of people...I believe it is another scam and am quite suprized the Church of Scientology and David Miscavige have not some how incorporated the reptilian shapeshifter theory into the "merchants of chaos videos". :coolwink:

the Co$ love to scare people - because after they do - they of course ask for donations....it is a natural mechanism built in humans to want to do something to help. Hubbard knew this...it has made Scientology billions! :omg:

All they do now is talk about the world going to hell and then beg for money.

The Co$ is doing nothing for anyone anywhere! They lie in their promo - their staff slaves lie!
 

PirateAndBum

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I'm fairly sure that LRH vid was in the pre-digital days.

Are you not watching a digital rendering of it?


Try your own experiment: Make some vid's of yourself in various lighting situations and see what you get. (I assume you're not a shapeshifter - or are you?)
 

lkwdblds

Crusader
Here's and interesting, science based article re: Evil.

http://science.time.com/2013/05/03/evil-brain/?iid=tsmodule

BTW, when a hemorrhagic brain lesion wiped out part of my anterior temporal lobe, upon my recovery--along with irreversible brain function damage--my personality changed. It was not a 180 degree change but very noticeable to others that knew me well and corroborated by comparison of identical pre-hemorrahge and post-hemorrahge Psychologist administered tests.

Some folks think the "old" me was "better" than the "new" me and some folks think the "new" me is "better" than the "old" me. As far a I'm concerned, it doesn't make any difference whether the "old" Face or "new" face is "better"...there aint a damn thing I can do about it other than continue to "Wake up" in an discover a "new" located in the same place as the "old" one.

As far as the good v. evil thing goes I'll leave that up to Y'all to discuss, dialogue and debate. I've got ideas of what is "good" and what is "evil" to me and, to some degree, the "evil" within me but one person's poison can often be another person's tea.

However, I will say this...I tend to find when I see and act from my Heart things usually turn out "good", when I act from my Head it's a crap shoot...and, the odds are when shooting Craps you're most likely gonna lose over the long haul. When I indulge the "evil" within me it invariably winds up in a train wreck somewhere down the line.

Face:)

Thanks Face for your comments on your personal condition, they are interesting and informative! Also, I like your last paragraph a lot. For about 2 years, 2010 - 2012, I got involved with metaphysics and also attended some clasees at my local Unitarian Church. The concept of thinking with one's heart and not one's brain plays a major role in metaphysical studies. There is even a course called "Heart Math" which encourages "thinking" with one's heart which is offered at the Unitarian Church.

Doing what those people call "thinking" using one's heart does generally produce a better result for most people in certain areas. I will qualify my comments a bit because it depends a lot on what subject is thought about. Thinking about mathematical or scientific issues, I believe strongly that the head does it much better than the heart.

An example would be a roulette wheel. In the American casino, the odds of a spin yielding red 18/38, the odds for an black number is also 18/38 but there are the "0" and "00" where both red and odd black lose. This 2/38 or 5.26% is called the "house advantage". The brain will easily compute this simple fact and not play the game or will play it for entertainment value or for the small chance of a "hot streak" which would make him a big winner though knowing that in the long run he will lose 5.26% of his bet action.

The heart doesn't reason as well as the head on this type of problem. The heart likes fairness, equality of outcomes, etc.. A player using his heart may play a "double up" betting progression starting with 1 chip and doubling every time he loses until he wins a bet. After a win, he starts over at one. The system goes 1,2,4,8,16.32.64.128,256,512... However, the house imposes a limit on the bet size, say $1,000. A player figures that he would have to lose 9 times in a row to lose a series and figures that in a fair game, this will not occur in a short period of time, say 2 hours. His heart tells him that the odds should be in his favor if he restricts his betting session to 2 hours when on the average he will still lose 5.26% of every bet he makes.

Even stupider is the guy who waits until 3 odds in a row or 3 evens in a row come up and then comes in with a large bet in the opposite direction. For example he bets 1,2,4 on even and loses all three or just stands there not betting anything until either 3 evens in a row occur or 3 odds in a row occur, he then jumps in with a series of 10,20,40 figuring that six straight loses is so rare that must almost always win his $40 bet. Again, the brain worked out the fact that the game is a losing game but the heart reasons that things must even up. Well, they do even up over a very large series of trials but in a small number of trails, each trial is totally independent and not influenced by the previous rolls.

When it gets down to human relationships, romance, friendships, and so forth, thinking with the heart seems to prove superior. I have given massages to dozens of people over the last few years and when a person attempts to use his head to solve human relationships, especially in the area of romance, the person's shoulder and neck areas tighten up and static electricity accumulates on their skulls. People's thoughts seems to loop around in circles as they apply head type thought to personal relationships. When they go with what their heart tells then, the results seem to be better and even if using the heart was not as successful as they had hoped, tension does not form in their bodies. That's my two cents on Face's comments.
Lakey
 
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afaceinthecrowd

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Thanks Face for your comments on your personal condition, they are interesting and informative! Also, I like your last paragraph a lot. For about 2 years, 2010 - 2012, I got involved with metaphysics and also attended some clasees at my local Unitarian Church. The concept of thinking with one's heart and not one's brain plays a major role in metaphysical studies. There is even a course called "Heart Math" which encourages "thinking" with one's heart which is offered at the Unitarian Church.

Doing what those people call "thinking" using one's heart does generally produce a better result for most people in certain areas. I will qualify my comments a bit because it depends a lot on what subject is thought about. Thinking about mathematical or scientific issues, I believe strongly that the head does it much better than the heart.

An example would be a roulette wheel. In the American casino, the odds of a spin yielding red 18/38, the odds for an black number is also 18/38 but there are the "0" and "00" where both red and odd black lose. This 2/38 or 5.26% is called the "house advantage". The brain will easily compute this simple fact and not play the game or will play it for entertainment value or for the small chance of a "hot streak" which would make him a big winner though knowing that in the long run he will lose 5.26% of his bet action.

The heart doesn't reason as well as the head on this type of problem. The heart likes fairness, equality of outcomes, etc.. A player using his heart may play a "double up" betting progression starting with 1 chip and doubling every time he loses until he wins a bet. After a win, he starts over at one. The system goes 1,2,4,8,16.32.64.128,256,512... However, the house imposes a limit on the bet size, say $1,000. A player figures that he would have to lose 9 times in a row to lose a series and figures that in a fair game, this will not occur in a short period of time, say 2 hours. His heart tells him that the odds should be in his favor if he restricts his betting session to 2 hours when on the average he will still lose 5.26% of every bet he makes.

Even stupider is the guy who waits until 3 odds in a row or 3 evens in a row come up and then comes in with a large bet in the opposite direction. For example he bets 1,2,4 on even and loses all three or just stands there not betting anything until either 3 evens in a row occur or 3 odds in a row occur, he then jumps in with a series of 10,20,40 figuring that six straight loses is so rare that must almost always win his $40 bet. Again, the brain worked out the fact that the game is a losing game but the heart reasons that things must even up. Well, they do even up over a very large series of trials but in a small number of trails, each trial is totally independent and not influenced by the previous rolls.

When it gets down to human relationships, romance, friendships, and so forth, thinking with the heart seems to prove superior. I have given massages to dozens of people over the last few years and when a person attempts to use his head to solve human relationships, especially in the area of romance, the person's shoulder and neck areas tighten up and static electricity accumulates on their skulls. People's thoughts seems to loop around in circles as they apply head type thought to personal relationships. When they go with what their heart tells then, the results seem to be better and even if using the heart was not as successful as they had hoped, tension does not form in their bodies. That's my two cents on Face's comments.
Lakey

Thank you for your observations, Lakey.

Please note that I said "see and act from my heart", not "thinking." To me, "seeing and acting" from one's heart has nothing what so ever to do with "thinking" and trying to train someone to "think" with their heart misses the boat entirely and sounds like some sortta "squirrel" metaphysics, IMO. Einstein, IMO, used his brain to figure out General & Special Relativity and acting from his heart allowed or helped him to see the Physical Universe in a less cluttered and heretofore undetected way.

Face:)
 

David C Gibbons

Ex-Scientology Peon
True dat... (google image search for bdsm... yikes - hard to find something tame enough to insert here... lol)

Snipped the image - no need to spend bytes re-posting the image, but somehow I am reminded of a 'good' Scientologist, except that the blinders were left off this poor woman, and the ropes weren't labelled 'tech' and 'policy'

Why is the system telling me my message is too short, "Must have 2 characters"
 

David C Gibbons

Ex-Scientology Peon
With all respect and honor given to the OP, the referenced article was intended to denigrate liberalism, or 'the left'. Ironically, the actual day-to-day actions of 'the right' also condemn them by the criteria posed in the article, in my opinion.

A poster earlier in the thread mentioned the word 'balance' in his post, and that term, and the term 'commonweal' (That's our word for the day) come to mind as being the most useful in making determinations of what is good or bad in any particular situation. The Golden Rule, or it's variant where you do 'what they want to have done unto them' both can be used as tools, but the overall balance and the common good seem a more general guide to use. (The Golden Rule works OK in situations where you are dealing with others who share most of your views. Not so well in the global village.)

Religion, and the various "-ism's" provide convenient shortcuts for those who don't have the time or inclination to dig in and figure out what is the best path through any situation or issue. Propaganda spews forth every day from various interest groups providing well-designed perspectives to support that interest group's goals, and 'good & evil' are often part of the propaganda package. It's a convenient replacement for independent thought.

Propaganda of course has as its goal the control of the thoughts and beliefs of the target audience. Empowerment...the screaming about gun rights seems (to me) in the end to be mostly about the empowerment of the weapon makers to sell more and more guns. Sorry if this last is offensive, but I just try to follow the money.

I've enjoyed this philosophical thread, and thanks to all who have posted.
 

In present time

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exactly, the propaganda is everywhere, almost always an agenda and following the money trails has saved me countless hours. the recent scientific american article that went viral about conspiracy theorists turns out to have been written by a man whose soul job is to propagate the "belief" in global warming. how many people will ever realise the source of that article and what it was REALLY. about. sadly, very few. all these internets leave me :questions: :duh::why:
 

lkwdblds

Crusader
Thank you for your observations, Lakey.

Please note that I said "see and act from my heart", not "thinking." To me, "seeing and acting" from one's heart has nothing what so ever to do with "thinking" and trying to train someone to "think" with their heart misses the boat entirely and sounds like some sortta "squirrel" metaphysics, IMO. Einstein, IMO, used his brain to figure out General & Special Relativity and acting from his heart allowed or helped him to see the Physical Universe in a less cluttered and heretofore undetected way.

Face:)

Thanks Face, your points are well taken. In my limited experience, the metaphysical community does distinguish between what they call thinking with the brain and "thinking" with the heart. Their concept of what is done with the heart is similar to to your concepts of "seeing and acting", it does not involve the same type of activity as the brain uses to make decisions.

Typically, a man puts a move on a woman to have sex. The woman is attracted to the man physically but then he stands her up a couple of times but offers excuses and approaches her again. Her brain type thinking says to give him another chance but her heart "tells her" that he is not right for her and to just drop him. My experience is that if she does what her heart tells her and just drops him, things work out better. She suffers a bit for a short time and then moves on. When someone tries to analyze the excuses and figure-figure-figure on what the guy's actual motives are, this type thought just does not work to resolve anything but leads to further upsets and emotional suffering. The woman always ends up with sleep difficulties, severe tension in her shoulders, upper back and neck and large amounts of trapped static electricity on her skull.

That has been my experience over a couple of decades, doing massages on family and friends, a sample size of maybe 100 people. It is not a scientific test, just one person's opinion based on anecdotal experience! Nevertheless, the metaphysical community isn't engaging in squirrel metaphysics. They have a legitimate theory called "heart math" and have some texts on the subject. They even make efforts and cite references to attempt to establish scientific grounds for their theories. Please don't condemn their heart math theory because of poor word usage on my part.

On you comments on Einstein, of course, that was exactly my point! I used my roulette example to illustrate how head type thinking is superior in science and mathematics.
Lakwy
 

lkwdblds

Crusader
With all respect and honor given to the OP, the referenced article was intended to denigrate liberalism, or 'the left'. Ironically, the actual day-to-day actions of 'the right' also condemn them by the criteria posed in the article, in my opinion.

A poster earlier in the thread mentioned the word 'balance' in his post, and that term, and the term 'commonweal' (That's our word for the day) come to mind as being the most useful in making determinations of what is good or bad in any particular situation. The Golden Rule, or it's variant where you do 'what they want to have done unto them' both can be used as tools, but the overall balance and the common good seem a more general guide to use. (The Golden Rule works OK in situations where you are dealing with others who share most of your views. Not so well in the global village.)

Religion, and the various "-ism's" provide convenient shortcuts for those who don't have the time or inclination to dig in and figure out what is the best path through any situation or issue. Propaganda spews forth every day from various interest groups providing well-designed perspectives to support that interest group's goals, and 'good & evil' are often part of the propaganda package. It's a convenient replacement for independent thought.

Propaganda of course has as its goal the control of the thoughts and beliefs of the target audience. Empowerment...the screaming about gun rights seems (to me) in the end to be mostly about the empowerment of the weapon makers to sell more and more guns. Sorry if this last is offensive, but I just try to follow the money.

I've enjoyed this philosophical thread, and thanks to all who have posted.

Excellent post with many good points. I agree that the OP was set up by it's author to denigrate liberalism. I wasn't using the article in that manner. I believe the topic is sufficiently broad and thought provoking, without any references to political philosophies to lead to some lively discussion. This has proved to be the case..

Doing everything for the most common good may be the ultimate answer but for that to work in the real world,each citizen would have to hold in their mind excellent core values and they would have to be able to reason well to ascertain which courses of action would lead to the most common good. Unfortunately, people are deficient in both quantities, basic core values and ability to reason. With such severe restrictions, perhaps the best chance for success is to ascertain what things worked best in the past and reuse those, hopefully improving on them. Theories which failed to work in the past would be discarded.

The above discussion also leads to another discussion and that is, "From where to people get their inner core values?" Are we born with a totally clean slate and figure out our own core values newly or are our basic core values passed on from generation to generation. It is apparent that some concepts are passed on to to newborns. Perhaps that is why we have a system of birth and death. Each new generation is supposed to inherit what was done by the previous generation and build on it and improve it so as to build a better society.
Lakey
 

Loohan

Am I Mettaya?
Are you not watching a digital rendering of it?

Um, yes. So you are suggesting a digital rendering of an old-time vid can cause such distortions? Most plausible.

Try your own experiment: Make some vid's of yourself in various lighting situations and see what you get. (I assume you're not a shapeshifter - or are you?)

Actually i once saw a youtube vid of a guy who "debunked" this stuff by setting up certain lighting conditions to make his pupils appear very much like shapeshifters'. And he is not a shapeshifter. Quite clever, really.

But my dealing with these matters preceeds my recognition that such people were shapeshifters. Ever heard of gang stalking? Google "gang stalking forum".
All these people are being stalked by shapeshifters. Most of which have some connection to the CIA.
So far i have found no other groups but Scn to have ordinary Earthlings help with such stalkings.
I have rescued people for years from ETs and demons.
First time i ran into gang-stalking, it was a guy in Seattle being stalked and black-magicked by people associated with foreign language schools in the area, and also by a cult called Congregational Illuminism. I tangled with them hard in terms of psychic warfare. Didn't realize till years later that they were shapeshifters.

Then later it was a lady south of Seattle, being stalked and surrounded by freaky psychic ETS from galaxy M32.
There are many strains of shapeshifting repts.
It took me a long time to realize the M32ers were shapeshifters too.

In fact so far i have found 2 shapeshifters working for OSA on this board. I will not name them (that's what they want) but one of them i think is the BF or husband of the woman on the left here
http://www.shopjustthething.com/about.html
and the other is the woman on the right, who i think is the older woman's daughter from a previous marriage.

Now, isn't there a single energy sensitive on this board who can tell by this pic that these are some freaky-ass ETs?
 

Helena Handbasket

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... a roulette wheel. ... A player using his heart may play a "double up" betting progression starting with 1 chip and doubling every time he loses until he wins a bet. After a win, he starts over at one. The system goes 1,2,4,8,16.32.64.128,256,512... However, the house imposes a limit on the bet size, say $1,000.

You don't need a house limit to make this system not work. Eventually, you reach your own limit of how much you can afford to put down.

But the real problem with this type of system is that you usually win, but win small. If you play until you run out of money, you won't have that happen often, but you will lose big. The occaisional or one-time loss will more than offset the many little wins. And if you do the math, you will find the expected outcome is -- you guessed it -- losing money at the exact rate of the house advantage.

So what do you do if you bet as much as you can afford, and still lose? Your heart will tell you one more bet should do it. So you steal from your family, assuming you can cover what you've taken after you win "this time for sure". But if you don't win, all of a sudden you've betrayed all your loved ones, and to them you're just another *** ****** compulsive gambler.

I once saw this movie about a woman who moves to Reno with her kids, gets sucked into the "gaming" lifestyle, and loses everything.

I myself occaisionally gamble, but only for the fun of it. I don't expect to profit, just like I don't expect to profit from an electronic arcade game.

Helena
 

lkwdblds

Crusader
You don't need a house limit to make this system not work. Eventually, you reach your own limit of how much you can afford to put down.

But the real problem with this type of system is that you usually win, but win small. If you play until you run out of money, you won't have that happen often, but you will lose big. The occaisional or one-time loss will more than offset the many little wins. And if you do the math, you will find the expected outcome is -- you guessed it -- losing money at the exact rate of the house advantage.

So what do you do if you bet as much as you can afford, and still lose? Your heart will tell you one more bet should do it. So you steal from your family, assuming you can cover what you've taken after you win "this time for sure". But if you don't win, all of a sudden you've betrayed all your loved ones, and to them you're just another *** ****** compulsive gambler.

I once saw this movie about a woman who moves to Reno with her kids, gets sucked into the "gaming" lifestyle, and loses everything.

I myself occaisionally gamble, but only for the fun of it. I don't expect to profit, just like I don't expect to profit from an electronic arcade game.

Helena

I like your example about "thinking" with your heart but I don't agree fully with your comments about a house betting limit.

It's true that a gambler will lose his money anyway, without a house limit, but without that limit, the casino is put at risk. They are businessmen and want to minimize risk. They know they are going to win over the long run, so why risk their business. Having no house limit would enable a wealthy cartel of investors to pool their money to exceed that of the casino's and then double up indefinitely until either the casino's money runs out or the cartel wins a huge sum in the millions or billions and decides to walk away.

In the real world, the casino limit is what causes the public's double up scheme to be defeated. In the theoretical world, the public would also lose but they would lose much more while increasing their chances of a huge win by a tiny amount. The only way a casino could get hurt is to have no betting limit or a very large betting limit and face a cartel of gamblers who had more funds to risk than the casino did. Even then, the cartel would have to get lucky but long runs of good luck for gamblers are mathematically possible and do occur and when one did, the casino would be wiped out.
 

PirateAndBum

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Um, yes. So you are suggesting a digital rendering of an old-time vid can cause such distortions? Most plausible.



Actually i once saw a youtube vid of a guy who "debunked" this stuff by setting up certain lighting conditions to make his pupils appear very much like shapeshifters'. And he is not a shapeshifter. Quite clever, really.

But my dealing with these matters preceeds my recognition that such people were shapeshifters. Ever heard of gang stalking? Google "gang stalking forum".
All these people are being stalked by shapeshifters. Most of which have some connection to the CIA.
So far i have found no other groups but Scn to have ordinary Earthlings help with such stalkings.
I have rescued people for years from ETs and demons.
First time i ran into gang-stalking, it was a guy in Seattle being stalked and black-magicked by people associated with foreign language schools in the area, and also by a cult called Congregational Illuminism. I tangled with them hard in terms of psychic warfare. Didn't realize till years later that they were shapeshifters.

Then later it was a lady south of Seattle, being stalked and surrounded by freaky psychic ETS from galaxy M32.
There are many strains of shapeshifting repts.
It took me a long time to realize the M32ers were shapeshifters too.

In fact so far i have found 2 shapeshifters working for OSA on this board. I will not name them (that's what they want) but one of them i think is the BF or husband of the woman on the left here
http://www.shopjustthething.com/about.html
and the other is the woman on the right, who i think is the older woman's daughter from a previous marriage.

Now, isn't there a single energy sensitive on this board who can tell by this pic that these are some freaky-ass ETs?

They do look a bit weird in the eyes.

I hear those M32 dudes are very evil mofos.
 

afaceinthecrowd

Gold Meritorious Patron
Thanks Face, your points are well taken. In my limited experience, the metaphysical community does distinguish between what they call thinking with the brain and "thinking" with the heart. Their concept of what is done with the heart is similar to to your concepts of "seeing and acting", it does not involve the same type of activity as the brain uses to make decisions.

Typically, a man puts a move on a woman to have sex. The woman is attracted to the man physically but then he stands her up a couple of times but offers excuses and approaches her again. Her brain type thinking says to give him another chance but her heart "tells her" that he is not right for her and to just drop him. My experience is that if she does what her heart tells her and just drops him, things work out better. She suffers a bit for a short time and then moves on. When someone tries to analyze the excuses and figure-figure-figure on what the guy's actual motives are, this type thought just does not work to resolve anything but leads to further upsets and emotional suffering. The woman always ends up with sleep difficulties, severe tension in her shoulders, upper back and neck and large amounts of trapped static electricity on her skull.

That has been my experience over a couple of decades, doing massages on family and friends, a sample size of maybe 100 people. It is not a scientific test, just one person's opinion based on anecdotal experience! Nevertheless, the metaphysical community isn't engaging in squirrel metaphysics. They have a legitimate theory called "heart math" and have some texts on the subject. They even make efforts and cite references to attempt to establish scientific grounds for their theories. Please don't condemn their heart math theory because of poor word usage on my part.

On you comments on Einstein, of course, that was exactly my point! I used my roulette example to illustrate how head type thinking is superior in science and mathematics.
Lakwy

Thank you, Lakey.

I'm not condemning anyone's math theory.

My point was simply that, IMHO, the "Essence" of metaphysics is from the "Heart", not the "Head" and that all truly transformative essence and insight emanates from the Heart, not the Head. I do not see my comments re: Einstein as being remotely close to "exactly" your point.

However, I do not wish to argue semantics as I lack the stamina and interest. Although I am woefully ignorant and intellectually vapid (I'm not being demure or coy when I say that), the pursuits of the TOE and the GUT fascinates me.

I wish your SoCal metaphysical community acquaintances well with "Heart Math" but, I will make one comment...If their works do not mention or discuss, in detail, Socrates' "Meno Dialogue" then I'm not a good candidate for one of their students as I know that I am Meno's slave and, everyday, I wish that was not so and that I could be as certain as everyone else, but all I know is to keep going forward trying know my Heart.

Peace. :yes:

Face:)
 
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lkwdblds

Crusader
Thank you, Lakey.

I'm not condemning anyone's math theory.

My point was simply that, IMHO, the "Essence" of metaphysics is from the "Heart", not the "Head" and that all truly transformative essence and insight emanates from the Heart, not the Head. I do not see my comments re: Einstein as being remotely close to "exactly" your point.

However, I do not wish to argue semantics as I lack the stamina and interest. Although I am woefully ignorant and intellectually vapid (I'm not being demure or coy when I say that), the pursuits of the TOE and the GUT fascinates me.

I wish your SoCal metaphysical community acquaintances well with "Heart Math" but, I will make one comment...If their works do not mention or discuss, in detail, Socrates' "Meno Dialogue" then I'm not a good candidate for one of their students as I know that I am Meno's slave and, everyday, I wish that was not so and that I could be as certain as everyone else, but all I know is to keep going forward trying know my Heart.

Peace. :yes:

Face:)

Good luck in keeping going forward. In pursuing that goal you have made a tremendous positive impact here on ESMB!!
Lakey
 

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The political left and right are both control freaks.

Incorrect. The furthest Right is for Natural Human Rights. The more left you go the more they freak out over Natural Human Rights and seek to assert gov control over the individual. "Libertarians" in the US is as far right as you can go with a semi organized political movement.
 
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