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Employing technique by Mossling on August 12th, 2009, 1:03 am
When one must act spontaneously, it seems there is no technique which can be employed successfully without the help of luck being on one's side.

Any technique must have been drilled in to one's subconscious so that it can manifest reflexively. The best way to do this is appears to be to make it a daily practice which takes at least 30 minutes, and to avoid other activities which counteract the successful manifestation of that technique.
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First time using this, excuse the noob by Interloper on June 24th, 2009, 9:10 am
When a journalist expects you to rely on one camera,
he wants to spin a viewpoint to his favour;
when someone expects you to rely on one study, to cling to it,
he wants to spin a conclusion to an outcome he favours.

--- this came to me after a night of terrible dreams.
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Movie Review from the Hoosier Kingdom by Zach82 on June 21st, 2009, 1:01 pm
Christian Bale was perfect for the lead role in the movie Equilibrium, being a character completely unfamiliar with human emotions. The movie takes place in a dystopian future when human society is regulated through distribution of a drug called Prozium which eliminates all human emotions. Christian Bale plays "Grammaton Cleric John Preston," an enforcer of the State of Libria which hunts out and eliminates "Sense offenders" who refuse to take their Prozium and embrace emotion. The main mode of subversion for these sense offenders is the possession of tasteless interior decorations like gaudy mirrors or garage sale worthy lamps. Bale shines as an actor when he is brooding intensely while sense offenders perish clutching their adorable puppies or record players. I know what you are thinking. "Golly, this minimalist, Protestant world sounds great!" But John Preston's...

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messiah at an ungodly hour blues by Char0n on April 8th, 2014, 2:59 am
so ive been ashing my death sticks in an opaque bottle the color of midnight with a strangely geometric relief to the surface... deep relief... more like bumps or lumps in glass flesh... (**)... i plan on adding some chicken wing bones that i will char in my bbq grill... then i can seal it up until i Aladin or some Jasmine comes along and pours it out... then instead of a genie... i'll have a phoenix...
not that some vivid concept as an installation on a pedestal titled... 'its not a genie its a phoenix'... mixed media labeled below... and my name... my title of authority... meaning all that one is Authoritative and Right of is the Self labeled as such... just as a rose has only one other name that i seem to be forgetting because it always belongs to someone else when you try to think of it by directly concieving of what name it would be...
some things dont exist because they have no thing to name them back... just them and the universe... thats right... ill resist...

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Connection between Language and concept by Boop on April 3rd, 2012, 6:50 pm
"Love, Happiness, Truth" perhaps even the word "God" can be understood on many levels. Considering the levels at which "Love" can be understood, the highest understanding of love in our English language seems to be "Union." Perhaps there is a higher understanding (state) of love but there is no word in our language to describe that state. Do we need a word to describe this higher state of love before we can understand it and experience that state? If so, what do you believe the word should be? Is it "subjective expansion" as one person suggests, and, if so, what does that mean?

"Happiness" is also difficult to describe cause it means different things to different people, from a sense of mild contentment to ecstatic joy. Is there a word that describes (not temporary sense of satisfaction, well being) a state pf pervasive, ongoing "Happiness" that permeate the feeling of "All is well?"

I recently composed...

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