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Garibaldi bisuits

Post by makara » Wed Sep 22, 2010 12:08 pm

Matt reminded me of Garibaldi biscuits when
I'd mentioned childhood and tastes and treats remembered.

What this is really reminiscent of is the first
noticing that no matter what changes have
occured in the body the sense of 'inner self',
'transpersonal self' remains the same.

When that recognition first happened I sat
for ages a little stunned, not quite
understanding what it meant.
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Re: Garibaldi bisuits

Post by ANNA » Wed Sep 22, 2010 12:11 pm

makara wrote:Matt reminded me of Garibaldi biscuits when
I'd mentioned childhood and tastes and treats remembered.

What this is really reminiscent of is the first
noticing that no matter what changes have
occured in the body the sense of 'inner self',
'transpersonal self' remains the same.

When that recognition first happened I sat
for ages a little stunned, not quite
understanding what it meant.

8) :D


hi makara

yes, indeed........

:D
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Post by makara » Thu Sep 23, 2010 5:37 am

cooooo eeeeeee Anna!
So you also know that strange sensation?
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Post by ANNA » Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:09 am

makara wrote:cooooo eeeeeee Anna!
So you also know that strange sensation?


Coooooooooeeeeeeeeeee, makara!

Sure, we all know this strange feeling,
of course……smile

I remember, some months
before passed away
my father said:

“It's so sad that
that the spirit
remains always
young,
Unchanged,
but the body is
growing old…”


I think in now days
its going a process
of merging of spirit and body,
(or they never have been separated! )
perhaps on DNA level
and somehow the process of
aging could stop and reverse…


“At the DNA level, there are two principal clocks that measure, reflect and appear to affect physiologic aging. These are DNA methylation and length of the telomeres, the ends of the chromosomes. A methyl group is the simplest organic hydrocarbon group. It consists of a single carbon atom with three hydrogen atoms. This is the basis of many single carbon transfer reactions, building organic molecules one carbon group at a time.
The methylation reactions support approximately 200 core chemical pathways in the body. Perhaps the most important pathway of all for longevity is the methylation of DNA. At the time of birth, methyl groups are placed on cytosine residues in precise places on DNA specific to a particular type of cell. Over time these groups tend to “fall off,” failing to be properly replaced with cell replication. When 40 percent of the groups present at birth fall off, degenerative demise of the organism typically occurs. Any intervention that slows, stops or reverses the loss of methyl groups from DNA slows, stops or reverses aging at the DNA level.”


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Post by makara » Thu Sep 23, 2010 7:18 am

stops or reverses aging at the DNA level.”
Anna, have you been reading Depak Chopra?
Ah ... that wondrous, eternal search for the
fountain of youth.
Yes, where is it? :wink:

But if it could be achieved wouldn't that
make this apparent existence redundant?
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Post by ANNA » Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:26 am

makara wrote:
stops or reverses aging at the DNA level.”
Anna, have you been reading Depak Chopra?
Ah ... that wondrous, eternal search for the
fountain of youth.
Yes, where is it? :wink:

But if it could be achieved wouldn't that
make this apparent existence redundant?

yes, i have been reading Deepak Chopra,

many, many years ago, almost

forgot everything that have been reading... :lol:


....and yes, this apparent existence

might make redundant,

nobody knows

what might happen...


let just 'see'.....


:wink: :lol:
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Post by makara » Thu Sep 23, 2010 9:42 am

let just 'see'.....
How will we do that?
:lol: :wink:
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Post by ANNA » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:28 am

makara wrote:
let just 'see'.....
How will we do that?
:lol: :wink:

imagine.....


..................everything that you are able to imagine...


:P :wink: :lol:
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Post by makara » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:35 am

imagine.....
Yes!
James Hillman said that:
"Imagination is the first freedom of the soul."

And John Lennon said:
"Imagine there's no heaven..."

:lol:
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Post by ANNA » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:38 am

makara wrote:
imagine.....
Yes!
James Hillman said that:
"Imagination is the first freedom of the soul."

And John Lennon said:
"Imagine there's no heaven..."

:lol:

both quotes are well put......


8) :lol:
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Post by ANNA » Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:42 am

P.S. hey, makara


do you know where went these

dudes toombaru and dilaram,

they were your friends, aren't they?


:wink: :P :lol:
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Post by fox » Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:55 pm

makara wrote:
stops or reverses aging at the DNA level.”
Anna, have you been reading Depak Chopra?
Ah ... that wondrous, eternal search for the
fountain of youth.
Yes, where is it? :wink:

But if it could be achieved wouldn't that
make this apparent existence redundant?
Apparently Russian scientists are very close to producing a pill which gets rid of the painful sting of ageing!

see here:
http://english.ruvr.ru/2008/12/29/232306.html
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Post by makara » Fri Sep 24, 2010 4:48 am

do you know where went these

dudes toombaru and dilaram,
Sometimes Anna, black and white words
on a computer screen do not convey
enough information.

Please say some more .... eg yesterday
when I came to the site Dil was very
much present.
___________________

Academician Vladimir Skulachev provides a good
laugh ... somehow I doubt that entrophy
is quite so ready to depart the scene.
:lol:
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