Joy


via d'A
I can help. Emotion is the bodies response to a thought. Joy is the emotion the body produces when a thought is aligned with a persons true desires, the desires of the higher self. Excitement is the emotion our body produces when we think about a choice that is aligned to give us joy. Sometimes we enjoy what others are thinking about us. When there is a problem, it comes from taking our cues about what to do next from what others think about us instead of our own feeling of excitement. Then, joy get's tangled up with other peoples business and it's all a mess, and our cells dutifully reproduce that mess too!
So yea, joy is both our desired internal experience and and expeience we have related to others. But when we experience it, it's because we are following our own right path, being who we are and loving it.

Comments


Mark de LA says
This is compatible with 16286 in some of the chapters that follow the quote. Of particular interest is the idea that a self can be left behind or not survive & yet the consciousness & being still be there.  This is somewhat a kindred idea to some of d'A & his quantum leapitude.


Si says
Nice!

BTW ... your fastblogit website could use facebook-login automation so that I can comment as a facebook user and skip the extra name and captcha just to make a comment. :)

:( It did not let me use the name d(apostrophe)A ... SQL error ... basically the name field is not escaped for the apostrophe character in your SQL statements ... bummer.

Mark de LA says
Nathan 2012-11-11 12:18:20 16260
Nice!

BTW ... your fastblogit website could use facebook-login automation so that I can comment as a facebook user and skip the extra name and captcha just to make a comment. :)

:( It did not let me use the name d(apostrophe)A ... SQL error ... basically the name field is not escaped for the apostrophe character in your SQL statements ... bummer.
Yep, that is a  that has been around for a long time. The doesn't want to fix it. You can go in the opposite direction from the permalink but it doesn't always capture the right pic & sometimes works badly.

Seth says
Nathan 2012-11-11 12:18:20 16260
Nice!

BTW ... your fastblogit website could use facebook-login automation so that I can comment as a facebook user and skip the extra name and captcha just to make a comment. :)

:( It did not let me use the name d(apostrophe)A ... SQL error ... basically the name field is not escaped for the apostrophe character in your SQL statements ... bummer.
yep, there are a whole lot of improvements that could be made here.  One of them being the ability to log in using other identity sources, like facebook, G+, twitter etc.  The biggest problem is that the editor is not compatible with anything except Firefox.  I stopped developing here some years ago.  If you want to improve things here, by all means, have at it.   We are using a virtual server at inMotion and are under utilizing it.  Lots more websites could be added.  I even put in a automatic installer there for word-press blogs. 

Seth says
M 2012-11-11 12:26:03 16260
Nathan 2012-11-11 12:18:20 16260
Nice!

BTW ... your fastblogit website could use facebook-login automation so that I can comment as a facebook user and skip the extra name and captcha just to make a comment. :)

:( It did not let me use the name d(apostrophe)A ... SQL error ... basically the name field is not escaped for the apostrophe character in your SQL statements ... bummer.
Yep, that is a  that has been around for a long time. The doesn't want to fix it. You can go in the opposite direction from the permalink but it doesn't always capture the right pic & sometimes works badly.
the restrictions to names here should not yield a sql error, rather it should just inform you of the limitations.   the work around is just to use a simple name with no special characters.