Golden Rule - comment 56504

Seth says ...
Well what can hang true over here is “that experiencing a happening is passive. All action has been done already to change state of being.”  … except, of course, for feeling of personal energy being expended at the moment when a change of state is actually being made – that makes what is happening feel active rather than passive.  Timings of those changes of state don’t always happen before the deed, or in the same way, or in the same way in different people.  You might always do it the same way, but i do not.  For example frequently my state of being changes simultaneously with me doing a deed.  I can even honestly say, that is why i did it.

But your story about sensing seems  just your story (and the story of other gurus), and does not follow from any truth above, or from my experience.  When i sense, i actually receive information from outside my being … it is not always “a reflection like a movie or in a mirror”.  That sensed information (sans my own filters) becomes me knowing what is actually happening outside my being.
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forked here, @nathan, out of harm’s way.  i think this description might be getting us closer to the same page on several issues – or at least teasing out where our basic assumptions are dissimilar.

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Mark de LA says
This is a good forking – you are forking your own material. thought 21311 is a bad forking similar to the M$M on politics. The latter wrenches something I posted out of the context I posted it in & retains the “Mark says” label.  In the M$M they say “Obama says ...” “Trump says ...” & “Hillary says … “ with quotes or made up shit without the true contexts. I think losing context is close to lying. Changing context may be cute, humorous or just another way of lying. I could go on a bit but I am sure some RWG is already bubbling up somewhere ready to spout as I press the save changes button.
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Seth says
well i would prefer not talking about RWG here … my thought above is quite devoid of that and it would distract from any potential meeting of minds. 

incidentally maybe fork your comment above to thought 21311 … might be more on topic there.  it may be a good idea to only allow forking on comments made by yourself … but that deep subject would not be about this one here.

Mark de LA says
Yep I was talking about forking mostly. I used the RWG as a prediction. null

Seth says
well please do take it somwhere else.  apparently i am powerless to restrain it from happening here even on my own blog.  so currently the only thing i can do, to manifest my focus, is to jawbone you and hope you will yourself be sensitive enought to my focus, that you will comply with my wishes.

Mark de LA says
i’m done with it

Si says
I explained forking. There is no good or bad forking. Forking is changing context. It is bouncing off of one comment and talking about it differently than the current thread. Good and bad forking makes no sense and nothing about this is in the ballpark of intentional misrepresentation of what is believed (i.e. lying).

Sorry @mark, that you look at political commentary so often that your panties are in a twist about how stupidly people comment on political issues. Maybe the smart thing to do would be to stop reading it.

In any case, if your actual issue is with the “Mark Says”, I will simply remove that now that you have let me know. It’s that simple. You don’t have to parade around bashing forking and starting self-rwg over it.  

Si says
Done.  

Seth says
it was the content in the body of this thought to which i intended to call to @nathan ‘s attention … not mark’s thread which i view as a distraction from my focus here.

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Yes, I would have created a simple comment and then forked before commenting on “forking”, if I were @Mark. Once he started this thread though, all further comments are relevant to it so it’s stuck as is … until move threads are available. They have not popped up on the excitement radar yet. Perhaps we are still generating real-life material to see what is actually needed so that when they do pop up they will be just right.  

Seth says
okay null … but i think it would be more objectively accurate if you said “move threads have not popped up on nathan’s  radar yet” … they have been on mine for a long time … and mark’s train above is a prime provocation for my excitement. 

Si says
Well, when someone else is programming then I will say that. Until then it’s like saying the sky is blue when no one is yet living on Mars or Venus.

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