June 27, 2012 at 11:16 am #39429
♂– impulse to destroy
♀– impulse to preserve
“Zayin” (זין) means sword, and the verb “Lezayen” (לזיין) means to arm. In modern Hebrew, ‘zayin’ (זין) means phallus and ‘lezayen’ (לזין) is a vulgar term which generally means to perform sexual intercourse and is used in a similar fashion to the English word fuck, although the older meaning survives in ‘maavak mezuyan’ (armed struggle) (מאבק מזוין) and ‘beton mezuyan’ (בטון מזוין) (armed, i.e., reinforced concrete).
BUDDHAS ARE BRAHMIN CAST, NOT KASHATRIYAJuly 12, 2012 at 1:38 am #39430
Varna is a Sanskrit term varṇa (वर्ण) is derived from the root vṛ, meaning “to cover, to envelop” (compare vṛtra). Derived meanings include “kind, sort, character, quality”. Contemporary students of Hindu society understand Varna as an ancient fourfold arrangement of socioeconomic categories called the varnas, which is traced back to an oral tradition preserved in the Rigveda (dating perhaps from between 1500 and 1200 bce). One might argue that Hinduism is a belief system wedded to the idea that a well ordered society is composed of four castes: Brahmins (priestly or scholarly caste), Kṣatriya (martial or royal caste), Vaiśyas (merchant caste) and Sūdras (labor caste). This argument is fallacious for primarily two reasons. First, caste (varna, or more commonly jāti) is an Indian phenomenon that is not restricted to Hindu sections of society. It has been argued that the approving use of the term Brahmin in Buddhist and Jain texts shows that even these socially critical movements were comfortable with a caste structured society as long as obligations and privileges accorded to the various castes were justly distributed (cf. Dhammapada ch. XXVI; cf. Sūtrakṛtānga I.xii.11-21). Second, caste is not philosophically important to many schools that are conventionally understood under the heading of Hindu philosophy. Some philosophical schools, such as Yoga, seem to be implicitly critical of life in conventional society guided by the values of social and ecological domination, while other schools, such as Advaita Vedānta, are openly critical of the idea that caste morality has any relevance to a spiritually serious aspirant.
>>BUDDHAS ARE BRAHMIN CAST, NOT KASHATRIYA >>
Actually Buddhists are originally celibate mendicants and definitely there shouldn’t have been any place for females.
But hey, I think Frito says it all!
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law!
July 12, 2012 at 3:42 am #39432
Tsujigiri (ÞyØ¤ê or ÞyØ tsuji-giri, literally ‘crossroads killing’) is a Japanese term for a practice when a samurai, after receiving a new katana sword or developing a new fighting style or weapon, tests its effectiveness by attacking a human opponent, usually a random defenseless passer-by, in many cases during nighttime. The practitioners themselves are also referred to as tsujigiri.
Originally, this practice took the form of traditional duels between bushi, but as the classical ideals of bushid¨ were largely forgotten during the Edo period, the mannerisms of tsujigiri became increasingly dishonorable. By the 18th century, it was not uncommon to hear of masterless samurai ambushing unarmed peasants in the dark for simple amusement.
The practice of attacking defenseless people was especially rampant during the early Edo period, which led the Edo government to prohibit it. Offenders would receive the capital punishment.
note: This investigative report confirms what I have felt all along: Castaneda was working for the Dark Side.
A supreme manipulator and super controller whose “witches” likely committed suicide to “be with him” after his death from liver cancer. His Tensegrity is basically hard, martial style qigong, perfect for angry weekend warriors, Get the juicy details below. – Michael
There is this hidden CC posting with Michael Winn’s terribly immoral and gluttonously gleeful short comment…
>>His Tensegrity is basically hard, martial style qigong, perfect for angry weekend warriors>>
Sorry, this is completely misguided comment in my opinion.
Best way to learn softness is Tom Brown, Jr./American Indian type survival training
about which also Castaneda has descriptions in his novels.
One is already firmly working for the dark side with very little simple daily things.
So my posting is hooray for impeccability.
Sorry for my broken English.
HOWDYJuly 16, 2012 at 2:16 pm #39434
although Castenada has always seemed great, witches are apparently quite real and can be totally “evil”/self serving/wrong/false, apparently existing in a semi-4d flex space of local evolving overselves attacking people via the sa across dreams and memory networks like some semi-conscious spider totem half merged with personal manifestation fields of dysfunctional shien reflections
: /July 24, 2012 at 3:47 am #39436
The four immeasurables are:
1.Loving-kindness (Pâli: metta, Sanskrit: maitri) towards all: the hope that a person will be well; “the wish that all sentient beings, without any exception, be happy.”
2.Compassion (Pâli and Sanskrit: karuṇâ): the hope that a person’s sufferings will diminish; “the wish for all sentient beings to be free from suffering.”
3.Empathetic joy (Pâli and Sanskrit: mudita): joy in the accomplishments of a persononeself or another; sympathetic joy; “the wholesome attitude of rejoicing in the happiness and virtues of all sentient beings.”
4.Equanimity (Pâli: upekkhâ, Sanskrit: upekṣâ): learning to accept loss and gain, praise and blame, and success and failure, all with detachment, equally, for oneself and for others. Equanimity is “not to distinguish between friend, enemy or stranger, but regard every sentient being as equal. It is a clear-minded tranquil state of mindnot being overpowered by delusions, mental dullness or agitation.”
Loving-kindness and compassion are both hopes for the future (leading, where possible, to action aimed at realizing those hopes). Joy and equanimity are attitudes to what has already happened, but also with regard to consequences for future action. While these four might be delineated as attitudes to the future or past, they contain the seed of the “present” within their core (as a living embodied practice). This is the essence of the spiritual laws of karma, self-responsibility, and right thoughts (samma sankkalpa, literally ‘right commitments’). A dedicated intention that all beings are in the “here and now”, tranquil, happy, in touch with their gifts and accomplishments, and feeling interconnected by that synergy to eschew suffering by abdication.
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A child’s imagination has no bounds. Some boys and girls pretend to be astronauts and mermaids. Others run alongside imaginary friends. But, for a few children around the world, the mind conjures hallucinations that never go away. At times, these make-believe visions even lead to violent behavior.
Michael and Susan Schofield know all too well how mental illness can affect a child’s life. Their 7-year-old daughter, Jani, has been diagnosed with one of the most severe cases of childhood schizophrenia Jani’s doctors say they’ve ever seen.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, schizophrenia is a chronic, disabling brain disorder that may cause a person to hear voices and misinterpret reality. In some cases, schizophrenic patients believe people are plotting to harm them, which causes extreme agitation or depression.
Jani may be younger than most people with schizophrenia, but she battles the same demons. In her case, hallucinations take the form of imaginary children and animals. There’s a little girl named 24 Hours, a rat named Wednesday, and a cat named 400 who tells her to do bad things.
Yes, but immediately it’s about competition and not about love if ever it’s about love.
This is because people are quite often evil, self serving and so on.
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