Got it?

dilaram

Got it?

Post by dilaram » Sat Oct 16, 2010 1:15 pm

Not getting it is a way of getting it.


:-k
tpb
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Post by tpb » Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:07 am

Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
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Post by maple3 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 5:25 am

tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Like when I finally get it that I'm not ever gonna get it? ](*,)

tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Or do you mean...
Thinking I get it means that I don't get it that I can't really get it? #-o

* * *

And isn't it interesting how one sentence can mean two different things depending on how I tilt my head? \:D/
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:28 am

tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Is there something which is not it?

Even nothing is it.

Being awake or being asleep, it is both being.

And Nonduality is about being, not about being this or that.

This and that is the story which appears in 'being'.

Duality is the story which appears in Nonduality.
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Post by ANNA » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:35 am

dilaram wrote:
tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Is there something which is not it?

Even nothing is it.

Being awake or being asleep, it is both being.

And Nonduality is about being, not about being this or that.

This and that is the story which appears in 'being'.

Duality is the story which appears in Nonduality.

are these sentences from the "Nonduality Handbook",

that we here, like a good students must learn.... :roll: :shock: lol


:P [bigsmile]
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 6:58 am

ANNA wrote:
dilaram wrote:
tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Is there something which is not it?

Even nothing is it.

Being awake or being asleep, it is both being.

And Nonduality is about being, not about being this or that.

This and that is the story which appears in 'being'.

Duality is the story which appears in Nonduality.

are these sentences from the "Nonduality Handbook",

that we here, like a good students must learn.... :roll: :shock: lol

:P [bigsmile]

If you're searching for a conflict, look elsewhere, no interest.

(You may put 50 smileys but I can feel and see your intentions, so ridiculous, unbelievable) :roll:
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Post by ANNA » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:23 am

dilaram wrote:
ANNA wrote:
dilaram wrote:
tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Is there something which is not it?

Even nothing is it.

Being awake or being asleep, it is both being.

And Nonduality is about being, not about being this or that.

This and that is the story which appears in 'being'.

Duality is the story which appears in Nonduality.

are these sentences from the "Nonduality Handbook",

that we here, like a good students must learn.... :roll: :shock: lol

:P [bigsmile]

If you're searching for a conflict, look elsewhere, no interest.

(You may put 50 smileys but I can feel and see your intentions, so ridiculous, unbelievable) :roll:
it seems you have lost your sense of humor today,

but its okay and all is well.........take it easy...

don't worry.....be happy..........




:)
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:31 am

ANNA wrote:
dilaram wrote:
ANNA wrote:
dilaram wrote:
tpb wrote:Getting it can be a way of not getting it, too.
Is there something which is not it?

Even nothing is it.

Being awake or being asleep, it is both being.

And Nonduality is about being, not about being this or that.

This and that is the story which appears in 'being'.

Duality is the story which appears in Nonduality.

are these sentences from the "Nonduality Handbook",

that we here, like a good students must learn.... :roll: :shock: lol

:P [bigsmile]

If you're searching for a conflict, look elsewhere, no interest.

(You may put 50 smileys but I can feel and see your intentions, so ridiculous, unbelievable) :roll:
it seems you have lost your sense of humor today,

but its okay and all is well.........take it easy...

don't worry.....be happy..........




:)

You call yourself 'we'...

Are you schizofrenic or are you the 'leader of the pack' that you can speak for 'all of them'?

I was not answering you, I was talking to someone else.

If you know all about nonduality and you read all the 'handbooks', then go elsewhere if you don't like it here anymore.

now, what about this 'sense of humor'?



8) :shock:
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Post by ANNA » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:39 am

ha ha ha :lol:


i am absolutely not afected

by your rudeness.... :lol:

if you are seeking for conflict,

i am not interested in at all.....


enjoy your day, you nasty boy...lol


:lol:
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:54 am

Unbelievable...

Who started with this 'are these sentences from the "Nonduality Handbook"' and this "and please, don't cry baby.......... "?


If that is your kind of 'humor' I don't like it, that's for sure...

I find it stupid, 'rude' and provocative...

For the rest I think I'm not gonna spill more words on this sillyness.



:roll: :roll: :roll:
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Post by ne0 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:53 am

I love stupid, 'rude' and provocative! In both dogs and humans. [bigsmile]
dilaram wrote:If you're searching for a conflict, look elsewhere, no interest.
That's so not-true. :lol:
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 9:58 am

ne0 wrote:I love stupid, 'rude' and provocative! In both dogs and humans. [bigsmile]
dilaram wrote:If you're searching for a conflict, look elsewhere, no interest.
That's so not-true. :lol:
Project on it what you can't prevent.

I'll do the same.

8)
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Post by ne0 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:02 am

That's right, I can't help it. It feels so true. :twisted:
dilaram

Post by dilaram » Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:10 am

ne0 wrote:That's right, I can't help it. It feels so true. :twisted:

Truth is not a feeling nor a thought.

Both appear in It which is not an it.
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Post by ne0 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:13 am

If It is not an it, truth may be no truth as well. It may be just a feeling. :twisted:
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