Ayahuasca – A discussion
09-13-2017, 09:07 AM,
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RE: Ayahuasca – A discussion
(09-13-2017, 04:15 AM)YinYang Wrote:  Thanks sunnysideup! :-) No, I won't expose them, which is why I mentioned no names in my story. I have decided recently that I'm kind of done with my truth crusades and exposing bad guys, because a fool must persist in his folly until he becomes wise. If you are deceived, it's because you should be deceived, that's your lesson. One day you will wake up to the deception, and that is a precious life lesson which enables tremendous spiritual growth and evolution... and that priceless little thing called wisdom.



Quote:Questioner: Then prior to the forgetting process, there was no concept of anything but service-to-others polarization. What sort of societies and experiences in third density were created and evolved in this condition?

Ra: I am Ra. It is our perception that such conditions created the situation of a most pallid experiential nexus in which lessons were garnered with the relative speed of the turtle to the cheetah.

Hear, hear. Not much I can add there, except perhaps that experiences like the one you had often are a blessing in disguise. Rock on, YingYang.

There is no death, only change of worlds. -Si'ahl
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09-13-2017, 10:18 AM, (This post was last modified: 09-13-2017, 10:19 AM by YinYang.)
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RE: Ayahuasca – A discussion
synnysideup Wrote:perhaps that experiences like the one you had often are a blessing in disguise.

Definitely, I always remind myself of the parable of the Chinese farmer:

Quote:Parable of the Chinese Farmer

Once there was a Chinese farmer who worked his poor farm together with his son and their horse. When the horse ran off one day, neighbors came to say, “How unfortunate for you!” The farmer replied, “Maybe yes, maybe no.”

When the horse returned, followed by a herd of wild horses, the neighbors gathered around and exclaimed, “What good luck for you!” The farmer stayed calm and replied, “Maybe yes, maybe no.”

While trying to tame one of wild horses, the farmer’s son fell, and broke his leg. He had to rest up and couldn’t help with the farm chores. “How sad for you,” the neighbors cried. “Maybe yes, maybe no,” said the farmer.

Shortly thereafter, a neighboring army threatened the farmer’s village. All the young men in the village were drafted to fight the invaders. Many died. But the farmer’s son had been left out of the fighting because of his broken leg. People said to the farmer, “What a good thing your son couldn’t fight!” “Maybe yes, maybe no,” was all the farmer said.

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09-18-2017, 08:30 PM,
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RE: Ayahuasca – A discussion
(09-10-2017, 02:59 PM)YinYang Wrote:  A satirical tale of my first "ayahuasca" weekend retreat

thanks for sharing your story, that was greatly entertaining!! it's good to know you were able to have a laugh about it all.

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