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23-05-2011, 04:10 PM
 
Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
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brain:
the thinker
the recycle of past machine
the past reconstructing projector toy to make a fun or sad future

mind:
appears only in present being
perceives what is
purveyor of eternity

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23-05-2011, 04:52 PM
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
What?

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23-05-2011, 05:04 PM
 
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
(23-05-2011 04:10 PM)the_weedy_seadragon Wrote:  .

brain:
the thinker
the recycle of past machine
the past reconstructing projector toy to make a fun or sad future

mind:
appears only in present being
perceives what is
purveyor of eternity

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Tiny misunderstanding...



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23-05-2011, 05:26 PM
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
I think it's only a matter of time before Weedy Seadragon posts a rant with this picture in it...

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If you get my drift. And for you new people who don't get it, don't worry about it.




Or it could just be a bad translation program.

"Ain't got no last words to say, yellow streak right up my spine. The gun in my mouth was real and the taste blew my mind."

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23-05-2011, 05:53 PM
 
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
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Unbeliever wrote:
What?


ohh la... how perfect is that Unbeliever
what? is the confusion of brain

since you do not know mind
let me introduce you...

mind: present being

how can you be present?
try this:

feel the chair beneath your butt
your feet on the floor
the weight of your shirt on your shoulders
the sound of the cooling fan of your computer
the hum of the condenser in your refrigerator
the distant sound of a car on the road
wind through the leaves

that is present being
it only happens now
when you are present

your brain will stop cranking
and
your mind will appear

try it out
try it on for size
be here...
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23-05-2011, 05:55 PM
 
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
Trollolol or just high? Dodgy
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23-05-2011, 05:58 PM
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23-05-2011, 05:59 PM
 
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
Celestus87 signature:
I believe

ah ohh celestus87
you understand the meaning of "believe" yes?
believe is not knowing
it is wanting something to be so

when believe has experience and knowledge
it is no longer believe
it is knowing
and believe falls away...

you know this right?


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B. Christ writes:
I think it's only a matter of time before Weedy Seadragon posts a rant with this picture in it...
If you get my drift. And for you new people who don't get it, don't worry about it.
Or it could just be a bad translation program.

oh yes
the new is... hard to take... no?
it must be decried and derided and dismissed or previous concepts will fail
and in failing
the old will crash and burn and die

struggle on B. Christ
it is your... necessity to exist
i understand complete

be well in your existence
i applaud the effort
it's no fun to be... you?
no... that's not it
that's not gracious

you got yours buddy
i got mine

if you want to joust in the court of words
let's get it ON!

* that reads more fun doesn't it? *







Unbeliever


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Celestus87 wrote:
Trollolol or just high? Dodgy

that's your best?
come on, gimme some intellect
high school derision is beneath the concept of this domain
don't you agree?


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24-05-2011, 12:10 AM
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Could you elaborate on what you mean. I'm not sure anyone (aside from possibly yourself) knows what you're on about. This is why you aren't getting any meaningful replies.

Buddy Christ, I'm not convinced he will or is the person you're hinting at. 'Judges' isn't in his name, and he actually replies to his posts.

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24-05-2011, 12:57 AM
 
RE: Brain v Mind : and the winner is...
daemonowner wrote:
Could you elaborate on what you mean. I'm not sure anyone
(aside from possibly yourself)
knows what you're on about. This is why you aren't getting
any meaningful replies.

all right daemonowner
thanks for saying it is not clear what i am endeavoring to communicate

it is this:
there is a difference between brain and mind
the two are used most often incorrectly and in cross-purpose
it is my intention to clarify those differences so right use and
communication is understood

brain is a function of the past
it only knows what was
past emotions and past experiences
brain cannot know present being because it is a past recycle machine

the brain is useful to remember where you left your car keys
that is all

mind
is a complete and other species apart and different from the brain
mind
only functions in the present
it perceives
it does not think

when you have thinking, the mind disappears
when you are empty of thinking
the mind appears

they do not co-exist
why?
because the past is not here
the future is not here
only NOW is here
and now is a function of mind
brain does not exist in the present
it is busy recycling past... it is out of existence

there are half a hundred examples and ways for me to show you
but
it's hellatious work on your part
i know
because i've done the hellatious work

ok?
ok!

p.



















Buddy Christ, I'm not convinced he will or is the person you're hinting at. 'Judges' isn't in his name, and he actually replies to his posts.



daemonowner wrote:
Buddy Christ, I'm not convinced he will or is the person you're hinting at. 'Judges' isn't in his name, and he actually replies to his posts.

so
i am being associated to some past experience
how classic is that!

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