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    I'm going to say that it's gravity, the invisible attractions radiating across bodies and connecting their fields together. Indeed, gravitation is the prime cause for people falling in love! Then again, superunknown and Nikola Tesla think that the idea of gravity curving space-time is unnatural, as they say how something cannot act upon nothing, and the real nature of it is a kind of force in the aether radiating across the grids of the cosmos. So we can say that colors beyond our vision, physical and mental alike show us what it means to be man and to have a charged life force.

    Well, if we were to unleash the forces of antigravity, then maybe we could alter the very laws of what can and can't fly! This would literally turn the world on its head, and in response, it would change the laws of gravitation as we know them. So, if we shift perspectives and see things beyond their superficial meanings, then it really expands the scope of our worlds. Love is the same way - it's the ultimate truth that sets us all free!

    Just because I say something doesn't mean I believe its correctness to be complete, nor does it mean I understand the basic foundations of Typology. Still, to learn, we just have to keep on talking. The evidence for this is simple: when ancient societies began using advanced forms of communication, like writing, human development went skyrocketing exponentially through the roof. It's only logical then that if we continue to shine forth our presentations, no matter how fallible they may be in nature, our overall levels of reasoning and enlightenment will be better refined.

    Well, let's look at love from the perspective of knowledge and reason, as described by Leonardo da Vinci and Baruch Spinoza:

    “One has no right to love or hate anything if one has not acquired a thorough knowledge of its nature. Great love springs from great knowledge of the beloved object, and if you know it but little you will be able to love it only a little or not at all.” ― Leonardo da Vinci

    “He alone is free who lives with free consent under the entire guidance of reason.” - Baruch Spinoza

    Those with higher levels of knowledge have more pieces to integrate with as they construct their reasonings, and Spinoza was telling us how higher reasonings equate with greater liberation, as they can show the sequences and control the causes behind all things, answering the questions of "how" and "why". Add this element of freedom with what da Vinci said about more knowledge expanding our visions and in turn of what we can love. Finally, the release of limitless love allows its light as divined by our unbounded knowledge to shine forth with full and complete freedom.

    I guess I can lay this out more axiomatically: Knowledge (A), Reason (B), Freedom (C), Love (D).
    A ―> B ―> C | C ―> A ―> D | D ―> A ―> C

    I say this because when we refuse to be satisfied, there's always a push for improvement, a drive to make things better. If the african american slaves decided that they were happy about their lives, they wouldn't have taken action to get full equality. Basically, when we aren't happy, (paradoxically) there are greater hopes for future happiness.

    Okay, so the source that springs new universes with many spectrums for different laws is infinite, and when universes die, they return back to the infinite source, spring into more universes, and so forth forever...

    Do you think that this potentially reflects some of the reality?

    With the right amount of mental preparation anything can happen!

    This idea can be explained quite simply with the anology of legos; the pieces by themselves aren't worth too much, but if you can put them all together into a construct, then they become something.

    I think you're saying that events destined to happen in the future coexist with the present events leading up to them. In that sense, the future is already here, from a certain point of view.

    I'm taking your side on this one; it's not that considering the various possibilities intuition can present us with is bad, but what is bad is when we act on it or assume things without question. I used to have a bigger problem with this, although I've found over time with experience that our intuitions are often off, or at least incomplete. The truth quite often actually seems to be counter-intuitive - that is, it goes against our initial expectations.

    Indeed, we as individuals are shaped as so much more than what we're preprogrammed upon genesis to become.

    Well, it's true that we may integrate more stuff into our personalities as we grow and experience more things, but I also think that the process by which we go about doing so may have something to do with type, among many other factors of course. Still, your point about development being an equation with multiple factors is taken.

    But yes, it makes sense that different people each have their own perspectives on things - how they come to see them depends largely both on the evolution of what we're analyzing, and the stories of our own individual beings.

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    I think in some Star Wars game I played, precognition had something to do with "sensing" the next immediate actions, and preparing for them accordingly.

    So if we had the right visions for the future, perhaps it could already be happening within us, and then our minds just take the necessary steps to make it happen.

    Is it within my free will to type this comment, or was it determined from the dawn of time that I would do so - or did I myself determine it with my force of will!?

    Okay, so you look at the same thing in many different ways, put in short. Perhaps this also has a similarity to the idea I read once of "Model-dependent realism", which is that our perceptions may or may not be giving us the complete picture (like we could be fish in a bowl calculating visually distorted movements of the constellations); but as long as we can create working predictions with them for our present context, then that's at least sufficient - that is, they can explain the world from alternate points of view, whether or not and at whatever levels those particular worldviews reflect reality. But then again, who's to say that our perceptions are any less real than the world itself?

    But we don't know yet what our minds can truly accomplish; perhaps right now controlling the cosmic forces is beyond us, but we can still build foundations for what powers we could unleash in the future. And then again, altering existence doesn't even need to be taken completely literally. It could just be a general philosophy for thinking with spectrums of boxes, or of refining rules for new value systems, and possibly even "willing" new things into being. I'm not saying that it shall be done, but as Nietzsche says, what's great in man is that he is a bridge, and not an end (goal).

    Um, you might as well just say that facts can expand our visions by giving us more reference points and pieces to work with.

    At least for me, logic and possibility are both on separate planes - logic deals with deterministic sequences, whereas possibilities are more chaos-contingent. Logic can help to make things more stable perhaps, but it can also limit expansion. Possibility on the other hand has all promise to take on crazy shapes that are beyond what we might intuitively reason to be. Put more simply, it makes much more sense, at least for me to think in terms of currents rather than chains.

    I relate to your thoughts here better than usual, even if it's explained in a maze. It makes sense that having a universal system of ethics would (ideally) give us a better blueprint for healing the world. If people do bad things just because it supposedly leads to the better good (like killing a sadistic Sith Lord or whatever without cause who's at your mercy), it still may not be right. I say this because dealing immediate justice like that doesn't give any hope for redemption, and as such, it limits the possibilities for enlightenment. The justice may be the logical choice, but the chance for the unworthy to redeem themselves open up the real possibilities.

    You should then take great comfort in knowing that I'm laying the foundations and pointing the way towards the ultimate annihilation of this corrupted program!

    Indeed, I agree with both of you - new realities will explode forth with our greatest imaginings as we extend our perceptions forever into the future!

    I would much prefer a false sense of faith rather than hope.

    With faith, it's very much a goal we stretch across the horizons to reach, and even if it's never achieved, there's so many expansions that we can make!

    Hope on the other hand is more like wishing for things without steps of action.

    It's worth noting that many supposed "experts" at the art of typing who are well-verses in Nardi's research still come to very different conclusions that they're just so dang sure of because the evidence (appears to) "back it up".

    My theory is that we can each see the same pieces, but we integrate them into our mental models and various worldviews quite differently, so who's really right?

    "My project was retarded by laws of nature. The world was not prepared for it. It was too far ahead of time.
    But the same laws will prevail in the end and make it a triumphal success." ~ Nikola Tesla

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    Yes well, science works by rational means which follow from each other in causal chains.

    The supernatural however is more like alterations of the currents, focusing the flow.

    Perhaps the concept of contingency, the binder between the 2 may be a good bridge to walk, of both determined sequences and willed transformations.

    The original demiurge may possibly be benevolent, but his program has over time been hacked and corrupted by another mind, one bent upon malevolence and the law of the jungle.

    Extreme actions must be taken if this treachery is to be undone, now!

    The Gods as of now have settled for a contract of hyper-dimensional guidance rather than direct contact.

    if Karma is this mighty force so many "great" sages and mystics throughout the ages declare to be, then why did Tim Duncan lose to Lebron James, got all of the wrong bounces in the ending moments? James is a materialistic imbecile, and Duncan is a humble thinker. Clearly Karma (assuming its existence to be real on the fullest level) has gone for the dark side! I ain't letting no Karmic bullshit write my story - I choose to spit against the wind!

    It is the student's ultimate destiny to surpass the master.

    I forgot to mention that I prefer to think in terms of expansive horizons rather than confining tunnels.
    If you want to see the light, step out into the sunshine!

    don't walk off the edge of space, or else you will be gone for all time!

    Being full of hatred is a good thing, because then your will shall be all the stronger for breaking and shaping the world into a new model!

    What are you even saying? This doesn't qualify as a question. I am the source of crazy!

    Okay, well to get back on topic, I get very annoyed with societal needs that pull me away from exploring the more promising aspects of being.

    And what actually drives me crazy is when I'm thinking a bunch of stuff through and can't crystallize it all into a solution. But I think that's a good thing, as it allows me to break my chains and fly into random directions everywhere!

    I used to believe that God and the universe were amazing things for us to understand and capture, but now I think they're both the greatest evils in our known existence!

    In other words, the biggest sin was making the universe as it is.

    We at least must learn to defy the natural order, as what nature wants often seems heartless and malevolent.

    "I pray you, magnificent Sir, do not trouble yourself to return to us, but await our coming to you."
    ~ Giordano Bruno

    "...Big Bang which was really the roaring laughter of God voluntarily getting lost for the millionth time." ~ Ken Wilber

    I am so not an old man yet, and by the time I reach that point, I will be so wise and powerful, that all of this messing with mundane humans shall be all over; this is your last chance - surrender!

    Don't confuse faith with metaphysics. Faith is often just accepting things as they are directly presented to us, whereas metaphysics works to penerate beyond our immediately observable world, expose the real living structures within this existence and beyond. If you ask me, those 2 approaches seem quite opposite in many ways.

    The problem is that we're just way too freaking arrogant, like of all the opinions in the world, the ones that jump into our own minds must be the right ones, despite external measures as to how accurate they're likely to be. And of course, we're also much too aggressive towards those who disagree with our own stubborn beliefs. Argumentation is okay, but not damage.

    I really don't care who shot who. I think that we should spend more time on establishing preventive measures rather than debating who to punish and how to do so, or freaking out about small incidents that happen everywhere, which with a universal system of help could easily be averted, at least more often and with greater effect.

    "The whole meaning and joy of Life lay in the search of Perfection and understanding of God's Will." ~ Leo Tolstoy

    “All stories are true. But some of them never happened.” ― James A. Owen

    To hell with the numbers! How about we just create a more high-minded society? So let's invent complex strategies involving the overthrow of our current world system to initiate the establishment of a future where we build the bridges of faith and friendship. We will unleash the powers of chaos and destruction to forge new constructs of more benevolent designs.

    I don't think the forum has any problems. I think the problems are in how we react to things. Is some stuff more corrupted than others? Sure. But do we need to take all of this insane disciplinary action to cure it? No. I say no because corruption is just part of the world, and we can't hide from it. The best way I think is to confront it directly, to take on the challenge and triumph.

    “Power, true power, comes from the belief in true things, and the willingness to stand behind that belief, even if the universe itself conspires to thwart your plans. Chaos may settle; flames may die;
    worlds may rise and fall. But true things will remain so, and will never fail to guide you to your goals.”
    ― James A. Owen, Here, There Be Dragons

    This is one thing Satan got right.
    What he got wrong is that it's also about everyone else as well.
    Faith in the self and rising up is where it's at.

    I don't think there's anything wrong with backing stuff up by externals, be it a person, experience, theory, or whatever else.
    Glory to me seems more like the idea of getting power, but also using it to make a better world and to share happiness.

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    I don't trust or believe in the universe enough for its chance events to decide my will and fate. Tarot cards however can be interesting, but more for their meanings, not for their predictive powers.

    Synchronicities I think may happen because the higher minds of evil want to make us live by their setups.

    Good on the other hand seems more for the idea of being free.

    I don't believe in logic; I believe in reason.

    Logic can get you from point A to B, work from problems to solutions, establish rules, and so forth.
    Reason on the other hand asks questions, looks for causes, searches for the why, and invents new ideas about where those things could go.

    Ideally, I think a little logic can give us a foundation or structure to work with, but reason really puts the building blocks together.
    If you ask me, logic seems more about absolutes and determinism, whereas reason could be the "what-if" contingencies that have all promise to open up amazing new possibilities!

    "True virtue is life under the direction of reason." - Baruch Spinoza

    Okay, I think I just sufficiently took all of you logic-obsessed freaks back to the blackboard!
    Now matter how you try to prove stuff with logic as you may understand it, simply shifting the rules into another context can turn your whole world on its head!

    Maybe this actually works the other way around; someone who could attain superpowers may not need to live by the accursed laws of the jungle. I hate some things about the natural order. The system of survival has no mercy. Extreme actions must be taken if this treachery is to be undone. We must become God, and with our super-powers, we could overthrow him and his corrupted program, forge new worlds of our own design. One thing about life I believe in is sharing happiness, letting the force of love shine forth from our rainbows, but I'm never content. There's always things that can be altered. And with super-powers ready to unleash at the tips of our fingers, we could do incredible things, like moving mountains, or transforming into dragons!

    Someone who does devil worship doesn't understand the real ways of evil. Evil people like the devil don't bow down before anyone. They seize everything for themselves.

    I for one certainly believe in personal ascension, but I also believe that everyone has promise, and we should all be free. Being in bondage to a king would be lifeless.

    I'm very happy about my possibilities, and very angry about my present condition.

    Just because you see something doesn't mean it's the reality.

    Why? Because people see what they choose to see!

    We tend to see things in terms of confirmation biases.

    If we're conditioned to think this expression means that function in all cases, then the exceptions may not be detected.

    Sometimes people aren't even acting naturally; they're just going through premeditated processes.

    I just don't really care for outside control of people.
    It seems better to have a general outline of what's right.
    Possibility must be open to all people I would think.

    I really don't care about proving stuff or verifying if it works; I care only about what seems ideologically awesome.

    The value of a story is not so much in its ability to predict the future, but more in how it has themes that can stand strong forever.

    If we alter the architecures of our box, or even penetrate to other boxes, then the old contextual precedents would explode.

    I think faith can be useful in giving us goals, higher destinations that we can't completely see yet, but we can continue our journeys to the ultimate.

    Challenges can be chances for us to rise up and triumph. They are fires that destroy the old and forge worlds anew.
    The universe may conspire against us, but with sufficient determination and force of will on our parts, we shall conquer it all!

    Maybe we can equate science with determinism, and mysticism with contingency.

    Science operates with working predictions. Mysticism can't currently be mapped, if ever.

    Maybe some stuff could shift from science to mysticism, but unknowns still exist.

    Some of them may even defy the laws of existence altogether.

    The universe may have been intelligently designed in a way that things evolve, but that doesn't make its source benevolent and worthy of worship!

    This is a good idea against the laws of cause and effect moving in the foward direction applying universally in every context. Time at higher levels seems much like a multi-faceted crystallization.

    I actually value the "constructivist" NT approach over the "imaginative" NF one, as the former uses a system, and the latter uses a flow. I much prefer the idea of being a builder rather than a swimmer.

    Yes, I'm well aware that people of any type have promise to do great things in different zones. But I've found that we often learn much from asking fool's questions.

    Existence, mind, time, space, journey, ethics, Heaven, God, creation, ultimate, truth, dreams, love...

    One time in Europe when I was 14, I got a bit of wine, but nothing more than that, ever. The reason I'm good at generating thoughts is because I put more focus there. I guess it's kind of like how good athletes get that way by training, not by drugs. It just seems like we can put ourselves into meditative states by making the journey into inner space rather than being catapulted into it, as in the former method, we gain more experience and see more horizons. I've heard how many artists in various fields can get more creative when they're using mind-altering substances, but it's more rewarding for me to do it without the artificial support. Even in sports, the true champions would rather triumph over the challenge of winning on the road than at home.

    Maybe a bubble doesn't have to be a boxed in space; it could be a saddle or something along those lines. Different bubbles with different laws and architectures right? Or maybe we could whirl around endlessly in other bubbles.
    Okay, like the bubbles split off from each other maybe, and can take alternative courses of direction.
    Wait, I thought bubbles just pop when they're done for, but I guess they do dometimes have to get stretched out or punctured for that to take effect.
    There's nothing wrong and everything right with good paradoxes to blow things open!

    I'm a narcisisist and I know that. It's pretty easy to tell when you have faith in yourself.

    People who act arrogant as a show of toughness aren't real narcisists; they're just throwing up shields.

    The best discussions that really blow things open invent their own rules.

    Ah yes, purple was power. It was like staring into the heart of the Force, into its very soul!
    The constantly radiating Transcendent Power is instantiated in objects, persons, events, and ideas, relative to the purpose of the arresting force.

    I don't go by auras. That previous question just had a fabricated answer. I know in science though that when objects get increased heat energy, they start changing colors. Perhaps if we could change what our minds project, then our overall spheres of influence can reflect in new ways. Maybe that's why the mind is everything, as it can detect these contrasts, and even initiate them.

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    No, it isn't, and I don't believe in everything being about substance either.

    You can prove this or that with your tests and experiments, but once the laws change, your results disintegrate. Empiricism relies on the funny assumption that laws are fixed. But we don't know whether or not other realms of existence even operate by well-defined laws to begin with. Determinism goes against the very ideals of liberation and freedom.

    Mind is the X-factor. That's where the contingencies are at. Even when we mastermind schemes, they generally go awry if we don't have a spectrum of plans within the blueprints. They should account for existence at all possible levels.

    Empiricism when used in combination with actual thinking can generate great constructs. But when we just look and mindlessly accept what's in front of us without asking why or how, then it's much more blind. Ironic, since empirical things are directly looked at, albeit with the weaker eyes.

    No, what doesn't kill us doesn't always make us stronger.
    We often need to die to be born again stronger than ever.

    Yes, I generally tend to start the confrontations, although I don't intend to do damages. It's more just a way of challenging people rather than hostility. Like when I argue, it's to learn rather than win something, so other people usually get angry at me and win anyway, even if I framed a good argument ideologically.

    Playing with people is very much like pushing their avatars buttons in video games!

    Well, opinions are always changing. You, me, and everyone else can say this one day, but question it the next.

    I would annihilate all ignorance and champion the construction of universal enlightenment.

    It's important to note though that anyone should theoretically be included.

    The doing away with the old people starts with our collective mental development.

    No, I don't agree. Evil seems to equate with suffering life feels in responce to not dealing well with the chaos of change.

    I actually think that pride is a good trait, as it gives us faith in our own promise and abilities, which is much of the force needed to conquer evil.

    I spend a lot of time thinking about things and asking a whole bunch of questions before I jump into context.

    Like before I play certain video games, I have to draw up a big spectrum of plans and integrate the best ideas from each together into a master blueprint. Or when I create outlines for world goals and metaphysical systems, I have to generate various categories and fit all of the pieces into their respective boxes.

    For reference, I just made a private blog recently where I have 14 groups of ideas that each contain 10 questions, which are Existence, Mind, Time, Space, Journey, Ethics, Heaven, God, Creation, Ultimate, Truth, Dreams, Love, and Dragon.

    The natural order is an evil cycle of eat or be eaten. The Creator has cursed and forsaken us all!
    If there's any kind of hunger we should be feeling, it's to take God's place and restore a new Heaven to this worldly Hell!

    In my opinion, a visionary constructs worldviews that are ahead of the times and invents revolutionary ideas that can transform paradigms.

    I think that hate is the offspring of greater love, since it gives us a motivation to change what we hate, and as such, when it gets better, then there's more to love.

    That guy atop the pinnacle to me looks like a man with a vision to accomplish great things and an ambition to stretch out across the horizons.

    It also seems to symbolize conquering the world and discovering our self-mastery.

    And then there's a kind of haze as well, which adds an element of mystery, makes more space for it all.

    The point is that the sky is the limit and how we can explode beyond all of the boundaries; there's nothing that we can't do!

    Some speculate that the changing and dynamic ways of the natural order is the prime cause for evil and suffering, since when we can't shape ourselves to better deal with change, then we experience negative effects directed towards both the duration and quality of our lives.

    Don't forget that we also have written records and inventions as testaments of what we have archived and achieved, not to mention the possibility of lives beyond this one.

    Some see intelligence as our ability to solve problems as presented by various contexts, being able to transform our thinking to make (and maybe break) the boxes.

    The universe is indeed very vast, and what happens in one part of it may in time effect events all throughout the entire cosmic order.

    I see mind (consciousness) as the "X-factor". There's some big questions though as to whether or not this variable can be directly calculated, and if so, how close we can get it. Stars however are pure physical systems, and as such can be plotted by the numbers. But perhaps with life, the numbers are much too limited and trapped by paradoxes.

    Yes, I much prefer to act in natural ways around girls, even with those that I might be sexed up by rather than making calculated advances. It just seems that if people are really meant for each other, whether for romance or friendship, then it should build up through meaningful interactions. I believe real love revolves around higher virtues, like sharing happiness and wishing well, not sex.

    My new avatar: Hyper Ultimate Dragon God

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post

    I see mind (consciousness) as the "X-factor". There's some big questions though as to whether or not this variable can be directly calculated, and if so, how close we can get it. Stars however are pure physical systems, and as such can be plotted by the numbers. But perhaps with life, the numbers are much too limited and trapped by paradoxes.
    This is an interesting idea. I think people can be quite predictable, making them easily calculate-able, however, ones mind or imagination, ultimately is sourced from an infinite predisposition. how else could one imagine? However, in saying that, I guess, by the mind living or limited by human existence, it could theoretically become more predictable, assuming that its human is influenced by the realm of life similarly to other human beings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhc View Post
    This is an interesting idea. I think people can be quite predictable, making them easily calculate-able, however, ones mind or imagination, ultimately is sourced from an infinite predisposition. how else could one imagine? However, in saying that, I guess, by the mind living or limited by human existence, it could theoretically become more predictable, assuming that its human is influenced by the realm of life similarly to other human beings.
    It's interesting to see someone commented here upon my morning awakening just now, much against my expectation. This must be evidence in favor of unpredictable mental dynamics!

    I'm not sure that we have infinite imaginations yet, but there could be fields of potential out there that we can tap into for realizing it all.

    Many humans do indeed seem quite similar to one another (perhaps too much so), and as such, we can look very programmed and robotic. The old man must be conquered!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    It's interesting to see someone commented here upon my morning awakening just now, much against my expectation. This must be evidence in favor of unpredictable mental dynamics!
    Jung called this synchronicity.

    and indeed the old man must be conquered, but he has pulled a good trick, making him us!!!!

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    and even tho our imagination is fractually infinite, the starting point is him!! go figure he would do something like that!!

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    as long as we are able to perceive two or more things (ideas, objects, etc etc) we have the ability to imagine. e.g why are these two objects here? in asking the question, one has created with his imagination not only a question, but also a perceived number of objects, and a place in which they are.

    so imagination could be described, in this instance (everything is only objectionably relative of course), as the creation of ones perception by a means of deducing what is known into that which is assumed.

    when only one thing is known, only our own existence is comprehendible, as the first thing would have to be understanding of knowledge of oneself. however the duality of existence also concludes that infinite things are needed to imagine. so perhaps non existence is cause enough for imagination...

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