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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 3:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:
Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.




You are just thinking of your self.
That's alright.
That's what we all do.
That's the programming.
It might help you understand what is really happening
here if that were faced head on.



Luckily "I've" still got "myself" (in the reflection of "toombaru")...

Wink


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.



Life in the dual world is "attachment".

"Non-attachment" is...:

1.destruction
2.annulment
3.annihilation
4.demolition
5.extinction
6.reversal
7.abolition
8.ruin
9.defeat
10.overturn
11.crush
12.abatement
13.abolishment
14.pulverization
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dilaram wrote:
Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.



Life in the dual world is "attachment".

"Non-attachment" is...:

1.destruction
2.annulment
3.annihilation
4.demolition
5.extinction
6.reversal
7.abolition
8.ruin
9.defeat
10.overturn
11.crush
12.abatement
13.abolishment
14.pulverization




For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.
Now I am attached to nothing.
And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 4:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:


For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.

Now I am attached to nothing.And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.


toomby, would you like to share with us what that feels like? to be attached to nothing.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

aquarius wrote:
toombaru wrote:


For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.

Now I am attached to nothing.And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.


toomby, would you like to share with us what that feels like? to be attached to nothing.




Attachment to nothing is the last attachment.
Beyond that.....for the sense of self......there is oblivion.
As the I amness loses its opacity the perceptual input flows unimpeded by preference.
Emotions arise and subside naturally in direct proportion to their purpose.
Images appear and disappear like a three dimensional liquid painting.
The names of individual objects melt back into the subject and
life flows effortlessly along its course with no center.
It becomes known that this is merely another facet of an ever expanding awareness and that that..........is one's only identity.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:




For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.
Now I am attached to nothing.
And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.



It's all an absolutely wonderful absurd cosmic joke (seen and enjoyed by no one).


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:
aquarius wrote:
toombaru wrote:


For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.

Now I am attached to nothing.And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.


toomby, would you like to share with us what that feels like? to be attached to nothing.




Attachment to nothing is the last attachment.
Beyond that.....for the sense of self......there is oblivion.
As the I amness loses its opacity the perceptual input flows unimpeded by preference.
Emotions arise and subside naturally in direct proportion to their purpose.
Images appear and disappear like a three dimensional liquid painting.
The names of individual objects melt back into the subject and
life flows effortlessly along its course with no center.
It becomes known that this is merely another facet of an ever expanding awareness and that that..........is one's only identity.


Very nicely put.Thank you.

It feels like I have written that myself.

Quote:
Beyond that.....for the sense of self......there is oblivion.


For the sense of self this 'aqua character' , oblivion feels like a very uncomfortable lonely place.
It gives me butterflies in my tummy just thinking about it.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

aquarius wrote:
toombaru wrote:
aquarius wrote:
toombaru wrote:


For the longest time I was attached to non-attachment.

Now I am attached to nothing.And that is perhaps the hardest attachment to see.


toomby, would you like to share with us what that feels like? to be attached to nothing.




Attachment to nothing is the last attachment.
Beyond that.....for the sense of self......there is oblivion.
As the I amness loses its opacity the perceptual input flows unimpeded by preference.
Emotions arise and subside naturally in direct proportion to their purpose.
Images appear and disappear like a three dimensional liquid painting.
The names of individual objects melt back into the subject and
life flows effortlessly along its course with no center.
It becomes known that this is merely another facet of an ever expanding awareness and that that..........is one's only identity.


Very nicely put.Thank you.

It feels like I have written that myself.

Quote:
Beyond that.....for the sense of self......there is oblivion.


For the sense of self this 'aqua character' , oblivion feels like a very uncomfortable lonely place.
It gives me butterflies in my tummy just thinking about it.




Yes.

I call it "wheredhego".




Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:
Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.




You are just thinking of your self.
That's alright.
That's what we all do.
That's the programming.
It might help you understand what is really happening
here if that were faced head on.


Alright you got me Laughing . A virtual tap with the keisaku.

I thank you for that Toombaru.

And Dil I hug you man, if we were in the same city I'd love to have a beer and a good discussion. In fact that would be several evenings worth of beer and discussion at the rate you talk Wink Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:



Yes.

I call it "wheredhego".




Laughing



No-where and every-where and now-here.

Razz
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Matt wrote:
toombaru wrote:
Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.




You are just thinking of your self.
That's alright.
That's what we all do.
That's the programming.
It might help you understand what is really happening
here if that were faced head on.


Alright you got me Laughing . A virtual tap with the keisaku.

I thank you for that Toombaru.

And Dil I hug you man, if we were in the same city I'd love to have a beer and a good discussion. In fact that would be several evenings worth of beer and discussion at the rate you talk Wink Very Happy




Hats off to you Matt.

All battles within the dream are diversions.

The uprooting of self is the only arena within which true heroism arises.

If you ever find your self on the Central Coast of California....stop by.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

toombaru wrote:


Yes.

I call it "wheredhego". Laughing


I guess we'll never ever know Laughing

Gee, this really is a dream, omg....what a hoot! Cool

Die before you die and do what ever you like ...... hehehehe
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dilaram wrote:
Matt wrote:
You seem somewhat attached to the forum, which isn't good. I've been there too.

Just thinking of you Dil.



Life in the dual world is "attachment".

"Non-attachment" is...:

1.destruction
2.annulment
3.annihilation
4.demolition
5.extinction
6.reversal
7.abolition
8.ruin
9.defeat
10.overturn
11.crush
12.abatement
13.abolishment
14.pulverization


15. silence


who said that?
Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Matt wrote:


Alright you got me Laughing . A virtual tap with the keisaku.

I thank you for that Toombaru.

And Dil I hug you man, if we were in the same city I'd love to have a beer and a good discussion. In fact that would be several evenings worth of beer and discussion at the rate you talk Wink Very Happy



Thank you too man, a hug back.

Like I already mentioned, sometimes I'm like a waterfall and sometimes I'm like an empty well, hollow and dry and dark...

Cheers again mate! Razz
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2010 5:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Libra wrote:


15. silence


who said that?
Rolling Eyes


Silenced Razz
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