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Forum: General Discussion Sat, 24 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

Paul Davidson wrote: What do we make of the above quote?

dear bro, i know you can make paul write full book on this. i want to know you have gained some new knowledge to share with us or you will enjoy in repeat of old knowledge in new form? we first cause conflict and then enjoy discussions about it. win win situation for us.:)

Forum: General Discussion Sat, 24 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

Paul Davidson wrote: . . . or a case of old games in new masks! What does such nonsense actually add?

few realize this nonsense/sense is our power, life, diet. right bro? thanks for reaction! keep the grip on this mind strong!

Forum: General Discussion Sun, 25 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

me speak wrote: dear bro,... win win situation for us.:)

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this is sweet victory for us all, brothers! remember united we stand and devided we stand more firmly. in insulting, hurting, belittling, irritating and praising each other we become stronger. heaven and hell both are ours. gods and devil both are on our sides. how can it be otherwise as we have created them. in this victory on K site we rejoice! in this tragedy on K site we rejoice!

Forum: General Discussion Mon, 26 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

Muad dhib wrote: yogi or his reincarnation is back don't feed the troll and he will die..

who can say that 'me' has been absent in him/her even for a moment? like the soul, 'me' is also forever, brother. :)

our brother in yogi kept himself healthy by anti-K tirade. you do it by sticking to sorrow. my interest is to point out our strengths and weaknesses and that gives me my superiority complex. we all have to have our specialised fields to feel great and different.

do not be afraid of me, brother. criticise me as much as you want. i am doing the same, but remember that i am on your side, man. you flourish by interacting with me and i with you. simple and effective 'me' survival tactics, aren't they?

after analyzing all this, i hope you would not advise other brothers to avoid me, would you? if we all stopped listening to you, what would happen to your infatuation with 'sorrow', brother? mutual support and cooperation is a must, brother!

Forum: General Discussion Mon, 26 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

Paul Davidson wrote: Don't know if it is Y or Zzzzzzz Dan. Can't judge by the erratic style. The Sri Lanka reference could be just to lead the good folks of this site on a merry dance off-piste. Could be some cowardly little troll or trollette masturbating their ego-needs in some damn way I do not care to understand. But "Don't Feed" should certainly be hang on the end of the hospital bed.

you are very powerful, energetic and volatile, brother. with so strong reactions, how do you manage to be with 'what is'? sorry, my miastake. all that silence, emptiness, direct perception stuff is 'to mislead the good folks of this site', isn't it brother?

my reply to 'me' in dan should allay your fears to, brother.

Forum: General Discussion Tue, 27 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

ganesan balachandran wrote: Anon yogi. gb

never hesitate in guessing, imagining and projecting, brother gb. memory is given to us to make the roots of conditioned reactions stronger. but tell me, why can you not simply accept 'me' as the brother of your 'me', brother gb?

ganesan balachandran wrote: not reaction, but action. that is the secret and also what is. gb

good going, brother. when i, your brother, can not understand what you are saying, then nobody can! creating confusion, conflict and contradiction by our words should always be our priority, brother.

Forum: General Discussion Tue, 27 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

Paul Davidson wrote: Could be some cowardly little troll or trollette masturbating their ego-needs in some damn way I do not care to understand.

excellent, brother paul. i could never gather courage to use these kind of words. you are really the backbone of our clan in these forums.

Forum: General Discussion Tue, 27 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

ganesan balachandran wrote: but you are there already.

me accept, but i do not understand why my brothers hide the fact that they are active, hale and hearty.

ganesan balachandran wrote: I am really worried about my loving Bob.

'worrying' is best tonic for us, brother.

Forum: General Discussion Tue, 27 Sep 2011
Topic: The Conflict Underlying Self

ganesan balachandran wrote: or hurting out. gb

getting hurt or feeling proud are two sides of the same coin, brother. both are proof that 'me' and 'you' are interacting on same wave length. why not accept this fact and say 'three cheers' for our good health, brother?

Forum: General Discussion Mon, 03 Oct 2011
Topic: Memory must exist so long as the mind is seeking a culmination, a goal.

Ravi Seth wrote: wah ! What an extraordinary statement!It explains everything.... the rise of the "i" .... the self.... , in what other way Baba could point out better? Thank you very much.... feel like dying.......

but nothing is going to happen to you, brother. those who understand what 'statesment explain' and jump with 'joy' are immortal members of 'me' club! :)

Forum: General Discussion Mon, 03 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

Dr.sudhir sharma wrote:

Still no direct answer to my question.:-) Paul, anyone can speak volumes about 'swimming' but if one doesn't know it, then 'drowning' is inevitable. Similarly with negative thinking. Either it is a concept or a fact for one. You have been pushed in to the river. Either swim or drown. Your reply will show your ability. If you are not interested in direct reply, then we end it here.

Paul Davidson wrote:

I know what 'swimming' means Sudhir. It is not a technical term really. It means locomotion in water, does it not? Now here is a very interesting question for you, Sudhir: Is drowning a form of 'negative swimming?'

why are you two not playing this game of 'catch me if you can' any more? this is a good opportunity to show your knowledge to rest of brothers. if there is any problem in finding words about 'negative thinking', then i can ask my friend 'emptiness speak' to help you out, brother paul. brother doc, why a learned man like you is finding it difficult to say something about 'negative swimming', ? since when not understanding anything has become an obstacle in writing about it for any of us?

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

Paul Davidson wrote: Dear brother Mr Speakeasy, You will find that a little dob of ghee at the end of it will reduce the friction considerably.

so you finally decided to come out of closet, brother! thanks, but no thanks for for sharing your well kept secret.

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

ganesan balachandran wrote: as me speak.

'me speak' is there with us all, brother gb, till we breathe our last!

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

kamarajugadda Mallik ArjunaRao wrote: All reactions are repititions or immitations,what to do ?this topic is such.Will they subside?

never, brother rao. you want to get rid of 'me' by some 'doing', so it will stay forever.:)

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: Memory must exist so long as the mind is seeking a culmination, a goal.

Ravi Seth wrote: The comment was in appreciation of the one whom i revere.

very good step, brother...the best and simplest way to block the start of the journey of transformation.

Ravi Seth wrote: I cannot create poetry of this kind.

keep trying, brother. never indulge in the dangerous game of living the poetry, 'me' is warning you!

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: Is the world crumbling?

Paul Davidson wrote: I have tried to avoid the personalisations and get to the real issues but when you are surrounded by hyenas you have to learn to spit in many directions.

wah! as brother ravi would say. when i pointed out in one of my initial posts that insult, praise, criticism, sarcasm etc all strengthen 'me' and this quality is so clearly visible in all of us, you warned everyone to stay away from replying to my posts. how difficult it is to learn to look at real 'you'! why is it necessary to wear a mask here when the fact is that we are all alike, brother paul?

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 06 Oct 2011
Topic: Is the world crumbling?

Paul Davidson wrote: Let us drop the antagonistic postures, Jack, for the sake of this site if nothing else. But I hope it has its own resonance. Please.

and kill the 'individuality'? can't say this can happen 'over my dead body' as antagonism makes 'me' stronger, but hoping to see this change in the other first is never a possibility, brother paul!

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 07 Oct 2011
Topic: Is the world crumbling?

Ravi Seth wrote: silly of you.even a blind man sees he is not yogi.

brother gb's eye sight has been destroyed by vedas. me love him for that. some may ditch us but he will always be the member of 'me club'.

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 07 Oct 2011
Topic: Is the world crumbling?

Paul Davidson wrote: But all this only goes to prove that when one dog drops a bone there is always another mutt on the corner ready to pick it up and chew it.

don't forget the 'leader' who is always ready to fight for throne/bone, brother paul.:)

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 07 Oct 2011
Topic: Is the world crumbling?

Paul Davidson wrote: so he must be . . . . Ravi.

yogi, randall, carter and now ravi...do not go mad figuring 'me' out. it would be a great tragedy for all of us if 'me club' lost its president doing such a useless research!

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 07 Oct 2011
Topic: The none doing...

Angel Miolan wrote: How can we learn to stop making noise and simply watch?

dhirendra singh wrote: STOP OR CONTINUE.SIMPLE!

brother dhirendra, this time in your excitment you forgot your pet, evergreen answer- there is no 'how'. looks like you also want/wish to be respected as 'teacher'. let me warn you about brother paul. he will not take it lying down!

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

Paul Davidson wrote: It seems to me that self is not a real entity but a pattern, but one which has gathered to itself a tremendous momentum. And this momentum carries itself forward whenever attention is lax and can be gathered up by self.

activities of 'me/i/self' are more powerful and natural than movement of attention. what is not present in mind can not become lax, can it, brother?

Paul Davidson wrote: And it came into my head...

that is the way to learn! more words...and then some more...

Paul Davidson wrote: I wonder whether attention could learn that trick, which implies intelligent observation/action, rather than combatting with force?

still wondering about activities of 'attention', brother paul? not good for your reputation as teacher to accept such ignorance publicly.

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: A stroll in a day..... a reflection of the mind....past, present,&future.

kamarajugadda Mallik ArjunaRao wrote: Sure, such type of expirience is felt many times, but I doubt whether the self always does like that.There is lot of confusion about it.

me understand. living in darkness has its negative sides, brother. one can not live with fire (self) and avoid burning the hands (confusion). but do not lose heart. gain more and more powerful experiences and all will be well.:)

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: Joseph's meeting with J Krishnamurti

ganesan balachandran wrote: me speak where is he? :)

hi, gb!

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: Gandhiji and K...

Paul Davidson wrote: I have never been a nationalist but for many years shared in the fallacious myth of internationalism, anti-Imperialism etc.

'me' lives in isolation and needs to be a part of or be in opposition to a group. there is strength in numbers, brother.nice to see that you are now trying hard for the membership of 'enlightened souls' club.

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: Gandhiji and K...

dhirendra singh wrote: Will men do it against men, till he is not divided in some special groups of religions, nations or many other?

very basic division is of 'i' and 'you'. progressing from here to 'we' and 'them' under different names and banners is easy. the more we talk about the division, the less will be the guilt feeling that i am doing nothing to end it in myself. good tactics, brother.

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: WHAT IS PERCEPTION ?

max greene wrote: The new, faced by factual memory, still remains new. The new, faced by our psychological "I" and psychological memory, is distorted.

emptiness speaks, " this is theoretical understanding about 'new'. an awake, intelligent and sensitive mind is not affected by both factual and psychological memory. new will be perceived as new only when self has ended. the new that self sees in the presence of factual knowledge is only concentration making clarity possible for few moments in limited field."

Forum: General Discussion Thu, 13 Oct 2011
Topic: WHAT IS PERCEPTION ?

P Sylvan wrote: I have suggested that this ‘unknowable’ state cannot be known because memory has yet to come into existence.

emptiness asks, " what is stopping 'unknowable' from flooding those areas of brain where memory resides and leaving a living taste/feel of itself in memory?"

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 14 Oct 2011
Topic: Gandhiji and K...

dhirendra singh wrote: Can we/me do anything to end it?

all the doing is being done by 'me' in this regard and that is one solid reason why 'me' need never worry about its ending. in addition to talking about division you should also indulge in internal seeking, searching, finding etc about it. that will be more entertaining.

dhirendra singh wrote: Thanks dear sister.:)

wrong number, bro.:)

Forum: General Discussion Fri, 14 Oct 2011
Topic: Gandhiji and K...

Ravi Seth wrote: what made you say the above?

'me' is worthless without a 'you'. why the question? is it difficult to recognise this division in our daily life, bro? or are you interested in knowing what 'emptiness' has to say about it?