Thought of the Day

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:23 am

he sat in contemplative silence for a while.

some said it was for ten years, but time had no place in his mind, being as ancient as the mountains. the muse had played her games and now she was ready to tell, slowly unveiling each moment in its glory.

he had lived in a time of true beauty. a time not only of physical beauty, but of thought. they had built a world that was a joy to behold, to all the senses. colour and fragrance filled the air, an air charged by the love of one another in a reality that knew nothing but peaceful serenity.

they knew it was coming. they knew that it could come at any time, yet it was so far away from this moment that it mattered not - their strength of nerve was such that it did affect them. they understood.

this time, this now, was a pale reflection on the spectrum of light and dark - but he knew that. it was test of sorts, a test that once passed, would lead to many more, each becoming more satisfying, regardless of outcome.

he had touched 3state and it had touched him. the most obvious thing to have ever existed had no words to describe it.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:44 am

A theoretical framework of mind in which all possibilities - and in particular, equal and opposing balance - are considered.

Closed, secret.
Open, honest.

Dark, hidden
Light, seen.

Equal and opposing, balancing, measures.

At the corners of your mind, where the jester hides
neither here, nor there, or anywhere at all
yet still it remains to be seen, this dance
of leading path, or dead end mayhem
a merry trip down memory lane, of all
things that can come to pass, now have
he holds his nerve, while you hold yours
an impasse which holds the key
to sight and sound and experience
subsequently.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:56 am

Why the drive to reproduce, madly?

An overwhelming force, railing against a reality that approaches, regardless.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Sep 28, 2019 9:24 am

Why is it that falsehoods that are so easy to prove as such, have tendency to stay in place regardless of exposure?

Because the truth is too horrendous to contemplate.

It is this conundrum that keeps those in power, in power.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Wed Oct 02, 2019 2:55 pm

I'm beginning to understand what it was about the 'Jesus Christ' persona that was so appealing/unappealing to people of his/her age.

This figure, whoever they were, was able to see 'hidden in plain sight' as it absolutely was. This made 'Christ' either a saviour who pointed out and explained the (now) obvious to his adherents, or the devil incarnate - who showed people the thing they least wanted to see.

To explain - as a practictioner of 3state, I always consider both sides. Something that appears wonderful will also have a terrible side - and as within a truth, there is a lie - and happiness can only be known when sadness has been experienced. Hopefully, you get the gist. There is a balancing within all things, including the greatest discoveries and the deepest thoughts ever conceived.

What is the greatest truth there is? The knowledge of the ultimate truth may be stunning, wonderful (to know a real truth) and world-shattering, but it comes at a terrible price. It is almost inconceivable - the price that must be paid - for the ultimate truth. Because the price is one of loss of peace of mind. There is no greater loss. Yet, at the same time, this loss of peace of mind can be wonderful - it can spur into action that which has previously been unthinkable. A paradox within a conundrum.

What right has any mind to expose an ultimate truth to any other mind that may or may not be ready to know it?

I have experienced the revelation of an ultimate truth. My stomach sank to the floor and I didn't sleep well for several weeks. But I had sought it - and now I had to deal with it. Be careful what you look for - it will be a dual-edged sword, should you find the truth.

Incidentally, the third state is the equal and opposing reference for balance, that retains order in this reality.

Would you want to know the truth if it were wonderful and terrible, simultaneously?

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:31 pm

I have a tale to tell, of each their own reality
where perfect sense for all that see
we've passed the line, the dreaded ledge
and tumble down toward our fate
still unknown and far away, but close enough at hand
the mind will split and tear away
lost in past and future present tense
the realisation both here and there
more than one can bear
to be shouldered by us all.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Sat Oct 12, 2019 11:55 pm

I may have mentioned it before, but time works differently for me, now.

Time does indeed work both ways - but not in the way you would initially assume.

I had previously imagined that 'reverse' time - (the opposite of the time advancement that we experience) - would be like rewinding a TV programme. i.e. you are 'born' old and very close to death and then 'mature' towards infancy. This is how time travel in our reality is assumed to work - you get in a contraption, dial up a date and are whisked back to events that have already happened.

Time doesn't appear to work like that for me. In my reality, time from the future echoes back into the now. This the true 'reversal' part of time, an equal and opposing balancing force. To try to explain this, here's an example: I stumble across an article about something of interest related to Basel, the town in Switzerland, on Thursday. I read it thoroughly and find it fascinating. Then my interested is piqued by something else and I move on. On Friday, I happen to notice something about the game of tennis in the news that sounds incredible, so I check it out. Then my interested is piqued by something else and I move on.
In both cases, neither of these subjects has been of any previous interest to me. I had not begun that particular day thinking about either of the two.
On Saturday, I meet a tennis player from Basel, Switzerland.

However, life is no less unpredicatble.

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Re: Thought of the Day

Post by C_D » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:41 am

Solid Surreal.

The solid surreal is a state of mind in which fact can no longer be discerned from fiction.

Anything that sounds like it might be real - and fits into individual worldview - is real.

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