Don't panic

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Don't panic

Post by evan » Tue Mar 17, 2015 4:56 pm

Neat stuff.
It makes me curious;), just thinking that in those moments in life when I have panicked that I have come to a point where I say to myself "what happened" exploring the event that transpired that caused the break in the reality that I was in.
It seems that the option to be curious and break the panic/ no answers option , well it continues to be available.
Or I get to the point where you described as open to the suggestions of ideas from saviors, then I put it to how I feel and it still doesn't seem right. Then my curiosity is further piqued.

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Re: Don't panic

Post by Aaron » Tue Mar 17, 2015 8:33 pm

Indeed Evan,

The ability to detect and recognize that somethings not right as soon as possible is the most crucial part, as everything after doesn't really matter if you don't:)

You have good intuition.

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Re: Don't panic

Post by evan » Wed Mar 18, 2015 3:52 pm

Aaron wrote:You have good intuition.
Thanks.
Having good intuition is one thing, listening through the clutter is another.

Often I like to believe that I am to an extent past the point of the panic, ( a lifes work) or what I would described as painted in a proverbial corner where the choices are as Daniel described. ( or in my understanding) Take the suggested conclusions - be they those of a belief system, social "correctness" or a rivalry mindset of lashing out.

I aspire to respond to experience's that aren't in my comfort zone with a few aware breaths and checking in with how the experience feels, rather than the initial mind reaction.

There has been mentions of the Dharma and Greg sitcom lately.
I remember Dharma's mother as the waaay laid back hippie type.
So in that spirit, on the above thoughts the goal is to smoke a big ole mental fatty while checking in with the heart and gut and seeing what the truth is(or maybe) and what can I learn from this.
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Re: Don't panic

Post by daniel » Thu Mar 19, 2015 11:13 am

evan wrote:There has been mentions of the Dharma and Greg sitcom lately.
I remember Dharma's mother as the waaay laid back hippie type.
That is one of the things I like about the series--Abby and Larry under-react, while Kitty and Ed over-react, and Dharma and Greg have to find the middle zone--which is nice, because it shows you how to find that level of compassion and moderation coming from both extremes. I've learned quite a bit from the series that I apply in my everyday life.
evan wrote:So in that spirit, on the above thoughts the goal is to smoke a big ole mental fatty while checking in with the heart and gut and seeing what the truth is(or maybe) and what can I learn from this.
Well, just as long as you don't end up like Larry, growing oregano in the shed with no short term memory.

Virtually all of the '60s "hippies" I knew when I was growing up are now exactly like Larry... no brain, no pain. Curiously enough, I rarely see that mentioned (the long-term effect of psychoactive drug use), except in comedy situations--almost as though TPTB are trying to encourage a burned-out future for the younger people. Most are still the New Age types, but are so "blue pilled" into that system, sitting around, zoned-out, waiting for the mass landings of UFOs to ascend them to Nirvana--where the drugs will be even better. And on that day, Satan will be ice skating to work! :)
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Re: Don't panic

Post by DickPile » Thu Mar 19, 2015 1:20 pm

Hey, guys. Even though I'm a member I never leave any comments because I don't feel like I have that much to give, yet.

I like your papers too Daniel and I even found myself starting to read Dewey Larsons books over at Antiquatis library. Currently reading "Nothing but motion" after I finished the "Case against the nuclear atom".

Anyhow, has any of you hear about Mega Genius inc.? In 2000 he made a series called the megagenius lectures which is supposed to skyrocket your intelligence. Being a self help geek I bought the first 6 lectures back in 2010 and eventually ended up buying all the lectures. Not promoting them or anything, but everything he teaches fits extremely well into everything Daniel talks about. AAAAnd since all the lectures are copyrighted I don't feel like it's right to write the 3 steps he talks about.

Just curious to know if anyone else has heard of him? He har some "briefings" as he calls them on his site.
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Re: Don't panic

Post by pgolde » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:48 pm

I personally have not heard of him, which means nothing really. I did a quick duck search and found this, I am not sure if it is real but I have no interest in paying for his lectures, especially if this is what I will be getting.
Mega Genius® Interview, Page 10 (emphasis mine) wrote:INTERVIEWER: You mentioned the relationship of Earth to the rest of the universe. I suspect you were not referring to this planet's physical interaction with the rest of our solar system and this Galaxy. I think you were referring to the relationship of Mankind to other intelligent life out there somewhere.

Would I be correct in inferring we are not alone?

MEGA GENIUS®: We have "space neighbors."

INTERVIEWER: That's a bold statement. Do you have any concern about being ridiculed by astronomers, rocket scientists, and the like for expressing that opinion?

MEGA GENIUS®: Well, first, astronomers and rocket scientists have considerably lower IQ's than I do.

Second, my statement was not an opinion; it was a statement of certainty from beyond the top of the IQ scale and it is also the truth. And truth bows to no one.

Third, the most renown astronomer of our times, Dr. Carl Sagan, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and professor of astronomy at Cornell University, speculated that the Moon and Mars may have been used as bases by extra-terrestrials.

Fourth, the most distinguished rocket scientist of modern times and the foremost figure in America's space program, Dr. Wernher Von Braun, once stated that we didn't develop all our modern technology ourselves -- that we had help from out there.

And fifth, a number of our astronauts have originated similarly verifying statements. For example, Gordon Cooper has said that the United States Government has made contact with extra-terrestrials. Astronaut Story Musgrave, who has been in space more times than any other astronaut, has said that small, thin, gray-skinned extra-terrestrials, with large almond-shaped eyes, are actually out there.

The truth is that irrefutable evidence of the existence of extraterrestrials and their voyages exists on the Moon, Mars, and other planetary bodies within our own solar system, and even on Earth.

For instance, one only needs to look deeply enough beneath the area of the Sphinx, in Egypt. Although some of this evidence has not yet come to light, almost all of what has been discovered is currently being withheld from the public for fear of upsetting the religious, political, and civil status quo. It will all begin to surface, however, in the near future.

I know all the truth about these matters in exhaustive detail--far more than any of the governments of this planet know--and I intend to record some lectures soon that will cover that entire matter.
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Re: Don't panic

Post by infinity » Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:11 am

Hey don't shoot him down - I might buy it for entertainment purposes xD

Okay all jokes aside, I came here through David Wilcock's contribution to humanity. And there's no way I would refer anyone to him now either. But the funny thing is, it's never the content that is a deal-maker or breaker (whether its DW's hope-porn or MEGA GENIUS facts only for smart people!!!) . Its the consciousness of a person that can take it and MAKE something useful for its own expansion until that's no longer possible - then moves on. I applaud DickPile for his consciousness and for keeping eyes forward and looking to make sense of things instead of just accepting mainstream propaganda, and encourage him - Keep going! Welcome to CH too!)

Some people need MEGA GENIUS (registered trademarked copyrighted gimme money if you want to hear my awesome mega magic Genie-us!) to shake our thinking up a little - I needed David Wilcock's blog to get here, so who am I to look down on MEGA GENIUS (R).

Heck I watch videos of Bashar and Abraham Hicks despite all the warnings on CH and AQ against any form of channeling. Why do I do it? Well for some reason I find practical stuff in it that makes me a better person and gets me some results. Are they fake or real, good or bad? Don't care. Doesn't matter. Get useful stuff out of it, and I ignore the rest. I walk away a bit better than when I entered. Does it make me lazy in doing work myself to make the world a better place? I don't think so. I'm learning how to help others apply the same tools that I've learned. And getting some results.

But daniel on the other hand... well this is hardcore stuff. Only for those that are bold enough to go where no man has gone before! Ahem... I guess that is copyrighted too, dangit.

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Re: Don't panic

Post by DickPile » Sat Mar 21, 2015 3:57 am

To pgolde: That's probably from his interview and he tends to be cocky and promoting his lectures. I was thinking more of these: http://www.megagenius.com/free-briefings/.
His lectures is for everyone nomatter what intelligence you have. As long as you can count to three and don't have any mental handycaps you can use it.

To infinity:
Yes I got here from David Wilcock too. So much time wasted on waiting and hoping while reading him and Fulford.
Megagenius is just a trademark. The reason I don't want to talk about his lectures is because Antiquatis (or the monestary) has rules on not using any copyrighted information and I thought the same might apply here. Publicly revealing his lectures might have legal repercussions for all I know. :? (google searching direct phrases from his lectures or his name leads him straight here, although rephrasing things might work).

And the reason I mentioned him here is because most of his lectures talks about how to find the truth, taking responisiblity for yourself and that understanding things is alot more important than just knowing alot of information. Which is kind of the problem with this information age. As a 26 year old I have great problems in actually focusing and learning something thoughroughly because I'm so used to just reading worthless information. And thats why it's nice to have places like this, and people like Daniel who shares wisdom.

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Re: Don't panic

Post by deepfsh » Sat Mar 21, 2015 5:04 am

DickPile wrote:As a 26 year old I have great problems in actually focusing and learning something thoughroughly because I'm so used to just reading worthless information.
One of the most important and revealing statements on the fora if you ask me ... reasoning out information and using it intelligently is a big problem, especially nowadays. I'm actually becoming more and more familiar with the idea that "everything you know is backwards"/"nothing works the way you think it does" (be it in politics, finance, science or whatever).
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Re: Don't panic

Post by daniel » Sat Mar 21, 2015 3:48 pm

DickPile wrote:Yes I got here from David Wilcock too.
Technically, I got here from David Wilcock, too! If I had not run across him at Denny's, I never would have said anything to anybody.
DickPile wrote:Megagenius is just a trademark. The reason I don't want to talk about his lectures is because Antiquatis (or the monestary) has rules on not using any copyrighted information and I thought the same might apply here. Publicly revealing his lectures might have legal repercussions for all I know. :? (google searching direct phrases from his lectures or his name leads him straight here, although rephrasing things might work).
So Megagenius has created fear in you, to prevent the sharing of knowledge. I find that rather interesting. I don't know what country you live in, but check your copyright laws--you cannot copyright knowledge, only the way it is presented (book, video, etc). You are the copyright holder of your own words. (If you don't want your posts available to the search engines, you can post to the "Nos Antiquus" forum on Antiquatis, which is only visible to registered members, or to "Adult Psychology" there, which is only visible to legal adults.)
DickPile wrote:And the reason I mentioned him here is because most of his lectures talks about how to find the truth, taking responisiblity for yourself and that understanding things is alot more important than just knowing alot of information. Which is kind of the problem with this information age. As a 26 year old I have great problems in actually focusing and learning something thoughroughly because I'm so used to just reading worthless information. And thats why it's nice to have places like this, and people like Daniel who shares wisdom.
I agree with that process, but it is becoming increasingly difficult for the younger generations as they are being trained as slaves (employees), not educated as men (or women; using 'men' generically for 'mankind'). To quote Don West from the Lost in Space remake, "And the monkey pushes the button," or more appropriately, "the monkey asks if you want fries with that."

You cannot rely on modern "education" these days, so if you want to be intelligent, you are going to have to learn how to do it yourself. And that means understanding how you understand things. The root of intelligence is logic--and that applies to BOTH thinking and feeling! Thinking is logical in 3D space; feeling is logical in 3D time. So start out with learning some basic logic. Though I did find it interesting when LB posted a logical assertion challenge on Antiquatis (Master of Many Trades) and no one answered it... or even tried. To me, that points out a "defect" in the foundation of the thought process, itself, on which abstract structures are built. You should always check for defects in workmanship, before building that skyscraper to challenge the gods!
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