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6 years ago
k_mand
Remedios wrote: > Greengirl mentioned in another thread that we are part of a > living, conscious universe. I thought this would make for an > interesting discussion. So, thanks gg for bringing it up. I too > think it's very likely to be true. What does the universal rule book say? Do live things give birth to dead things or live things(as a part of its functioning)? So that would m
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6 years ago
k_mand
Remedios wrote: > What made you believe in a higher power? Did you have an > experience? Was there some kind of proof? What's higher? What's power? Something bigger than myself? Something better than me, or something that lives longer than me? Something that has authority over me? And what's belief? Do you mean when did I know there was a higher power? And lastly what is proof? Is it so
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6 years ago
k_mand
greengirl5 wrote: > Now, I am just a lay person in this field, but I read about it > sometimes. > The latest I can remember is, that the world did not come from > nothing, everything was already there, but was impossibly > dense, like a pea or something. Imagine all the galaxies put > together into a pea. > > So, it had to come to an explosion, the Big Bang. And because
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6 years ago
k_mand
D-Archer wrote: > Big bang is nonsense. There is no evidence that it ever > happened. > > The universe is of an unknown age and extent. > > Regards, > Daniel > Red shift? Background radiation? I think your definitive answer is overlooking some things....
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6 years ago
k_mand
Remedios wrote: > Evolution is obviously designed. There is no such thing as > random selection. There is nothing random about evolution at > all. There are certain forms evolution aims for, including > things like the eye, which evolved at least 40 times > independently. Take also things like marsupial dogs. How could > a form as specific as a dog, randomly evolve from separat
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6 years ago
k_mand
greengirl5 wrote: > That's it! Like ouija boards, it is definitely something I will > avoid! > I don't need either. Not now anyway. If I get reincarnated, > maybe in the future we will all develop, but right now, I don't > want to go insane after 82 years of being healthy! If I avoid > dementia I will be happy. I don't think I will get it, as my > memory seems to improve.  &
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6 years ago
k_mand
greengirl5 wrote: > K_mand and Remedios. > > I am very much inclined to believe in kundalini and all that. > But after reading how wrong it can go, with the risk of losing > many years of your life, maybe the rest of it, to insanity I > think it depends on your situation. > If you are alone in life, go for it, but if you have > responsibilities, can you defend your selfi
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6 years ago
k_mand
Richard Fusniak wrote: > k_mand wrote: > > > > Whenever I've talked to people who believe in chakras and > ask > > > them whether they have ever seen one, the answer is no. So > it > > > all boils down to psychic experiences and sensations. > > > > > > > > > Fuzzy > > > > Why don't you ask those same people if they
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6 years ago
k_mand
Here is a link to see it on youtube: ONN Exclusive: One-On-One Interview With God
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6 years ago
k_mand
Cut and paste this into your browser and see if it helps
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6 years ago
k_mand
greengirl5 wrote: > I think mixing astronomy and a belief in God works fine for me! > The earth bulges, and it is also tilted in a, for us at the > moment, perfect way, so life can thrive everywhere. > The distance between earth and moon will alter with time, the > earth will slow down too, and the sun die. > Good, change is the way of life, thank GOD. > My right boob is a
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6 years ago
k_mand
ray wakila wrote: > If the human “mind” is a product of the natural processes and > materials of the human brain, who’s to say that the natural > processes and materials of the Universe cannot combine in some > way to produce a similar phenomenon ⎯ i.e. a “Universal > Mind”? > > Stated differently: if the natural processes and materials of > the brain can gen
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6 years ago
k_mand
michael seabrook wrote: > For scientists suggest that more thought should be given to > the timing of a child’s arrival. > According to their research, the month in which babies are born > could affect everything from intelligence to length of life. Interesting post... The structure of the universe as perceived by human beings seems to be governed by the speed of light, along wit
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6 years ago
k_mand
Remedios wrote: > My Kundalini awakened on November 11th, 2010. Since then, I > have found God,and the perfection of the universe. Before I was > a materialist atheist, with no idea what I would learn about > the world. Kundalini is the awakening of life energy with in > the body, uniting the body and spirit. It poses challenges, but > also shows you what it is you are missing
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6 years ago
k_mand
> Whenever I've talked to people who believe in chakras and ask > them whether they have ever seen one, the answer is no. So it > all boils down to psychic experiences and sensations. > > > Fuzzy Why don't you ask those same people if they've ever seen an electron...
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6 years ago
k_mand
drrayeye wrote: > Richard, > > Have you read The Life of Pi or seen the movie? Christianity > is a way to know God--but it's not the only way. It's a way I > chose. > > Ray Ray, Yours is the moist poignant statement; "It's a way I chose." That really says it all, doesn't it. Its your choice. And though I personally haven't made that same choice, that doesn't
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6 years ago
k_mand
Lowelldw64 wrote: > Hi Everyone, > > God is like gravity? How you may ask? Well all you > non-believers in gravity owe all you have and do to it being an > unseen force. Without gravity we would not be here, denying the > existence of gravity shows your limited intelligence. You can > not see or touch gravity, or can you? God is like gravity > people, deny him an
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6 years ago
k_mand
Lowelldw64 wrote: > Hi k_mad, > > I agree to a point, Religion is a blight on the > universe, There is one God not many, Most these people I'm not > sure are really God loving but I could be wrong. Maybe, given the times in which we live, I'm equating fanatics and terrorists with extremists. Social equity, standards of living have always blunted extremist attitudes. A
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6 years ago
k_mand
randompHactor wrote: > > > The human condition is such an egocentric one, with our "I"deas > of truth and reality. > Consciousness, thinking, words, feeling are conditions of life > and have no bearing or use in the "afterlife". They are > specific to this side of the life/death dichotomy. > Everything you know or think you know only has validity
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6 years ago
k_mand
Brian Patterson wrote: > Hi all, > > I have noticed here that on occasion, > when someone expresses their personal > belief in relation to their God, some here find > it necessary to enlighten them as to the true > nature of religious reality. > > For me, Star Trek has the answer. > > > > > I personally operate by The Prime Directive, > >
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6 years ago
k_mand
Lowelldw64 wrote: > Hi everyone!, > > No one on this planet knows how to deal with religious > extremist? You deal with them by knowing their religion, and > then use that information to talk sense to them. > > They need their error's pointed out and how do we do > that. Easy they believe in the old testaments. The Old > Testaments plus some common sens
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6 years ago
k_mand
Brian that was just great!!!!
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6 years ago
k_mand
Corpuscles wrote: > > Then ... proof the existence of "Existence" is easy isn't it ? If one exists, possibly. > God includes ....everything.... that our limited senses can > perceive. I don't describe God. I refer to It only as It has been described according to human description/expectation of a set of behaviors. > > There is a organising faculty in....everyt
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6 years ago
k_mand
D-Archer wrote: > You are giving God certain attributes. But that is a human > error, God only is. > > Regards, > Daniel > Not really. if you pray and I pray, God may not answer at the same time. We might pray in the same place, but let's say I go on vacation. Will I get my answer away from where my original prayer took place? And how does God affect me over time and space,
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6 years ago
k_mand
Corpuscles wrote: > Hi k_mand > > However, the terms "proof" and "God" need definition. I can see where these terms might be a bit vague. They could lend themselves to several meanings that are not my own. Yet they are also self-explanatory in a general sense. But here are some defining parameters as I see them: God: The linguistic reference used, for my purposes
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6 years ago
k_mand
eli stills wrote: > For the last time I always understood your answer to my > question was yes. I offered it as a soft ball to start a > conversation. Your response was to demean the question and me > for asking it. > > Strange way to search for truth in my ignorant opinion. No. That's not true. You derided me and my presentation. And you introduced yourself and made me very
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6 years ago
k_mand
ray wakila wrote: > k_mand wrote: > > > ray wakila wrote: > > > > > Thanks for proving my point - that you have nothing useful, > > > substantive, or insightful to contribute as to the role of > > > faith and belief relative to the human experience. > > > > > > Just the same childish, senseless, boring argument about > > &q
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6 years ago
k_mand
eli stills wrote: > k_mand wrote: > > > Brilliantly stated. But I am neither narcissist nor bully. I > > just believe that the discussion of such a nebulous subject > > requires as precise communications as possible. I have not > > expressed a view of God nor was I ever asked about my > personal > > views. I have discussed a mode of conceptualization. But
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6 years ago
k_mand
Foot in mouth. Sorry.
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6 years ago
k_mand
eli stills wrote: > k_mand wrote: > > > > No. No. No. > > > > Your question was based on your own comprehension of my > point. > > Thus your comments in the post in question, in case you've > > forgotten here they are: > > "It’s a interesting thought Kevin. Is this why if a god > exists > > it does not manifest itself in a way tha
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