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Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/22/13 12:26:22PM
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You merely prove to yourself and everyone else how shut off you are man. All I hear is your ego screaming, saying your shut off from the universe, are unaware of your owninherentabilities, and deny what makes you human. I feel for you man, as I do the rest of Humanity who is in the same slumber as you. You have Love coming to you man. Much Love.

Remember, the ego screams, while the high self whispers.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/22/13 12:17:04PM
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im going to stop at "time and science will tell." if that is all you have to go off of, you are missing out on the grander picture man. Sorry.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/22/13 12:10:14PM
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Wow this is still going on...Kelly, really man, I cannot stand to see someone dig themselves such a deep hole. But you are exactly right! Being in Spirit, or simply realizing it, is crazy. At least from a societal standpoint, because its what we have been programmed to dismiss anddisregard. Kindle your connection with nature, to include the Sun. I really hope someday we can see eye to eye my friend. SE can provide you with so many legitimate examples because hes been around and knows many people with whom hes shared experiences with, not to mention the fact that hes in tune with hes heart center, which does not confuse you but allows you to KNOW.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 08:23:12PM
588 posts

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That is why I care not to explain, I can recommend, but you must learn on your own as I did coming to realizations without anyone elses influence. Giving explanation would only lead to it being picked apart by someone again. Tried that a couple times already...ask the universe and you shall receive, and I cannot think of a closer connection to that than through the Sun. I was in chronic pain a few weeks ago myself.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 07:00:07PM
588 posts

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You only make me want to shine more light Kelly, Thank You brother <3

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 06:48:59PM
588 posts

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Thank you very much James. You never know, you may catch the Sun rising one day and think to try your first ten seconds (maybe 5 lol) and immediately notice the difference. Tis what happened to me. Blessed be brother. I only suggested this because of my own issues in the past which are very similar, and with chemicalimbalancesin the brain, and this helped fix all of that.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 06:33:03PM
588 posts

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You stand by ignorance. The only thing being battled over is your own stupidity, and ego. Stillhaven'tresearched have you?

Also your reprimand is worthless, and based on absolutely nothing but your own egotistical opinion. Please be done.

@amethyst- I did my due diligence when i first heard about this. Instead of wondering and thinking about who might be right, or who might be wrong, I decided to find out for myself. Plus people who have 40+ years experience, and are enlightening people around the globe cant be wrong. I can see further than before, and my eyes adjust very quickly to light and darkness. I can make a list of benefits I have come to personally realize, but it SIMPLY KEEPS GROWING :D

Let the light into your life Kelly.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 06:11:57PM
588 posts

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Damn man, really? No need for those words brother. I have been practicing this for about three months, and know others who still practice after a year or gazing every single morning. From your narrow point of view, it appears to me that you have yet to even research the subject completely. If you set your ego aside you might see that you are simply limiting your own ability to live a healthier and happier life my friend.

"Don't knock it till you try it." let alone research it, instead of what we have beenprogrammedto think...think about it.

Kelly said:

What's my point? Staring at the sun causes damage to the retinas. You'd do well to heed your own advise. Staring at the sun is idiotic. Lots of people are verysuggestible and you clearly are too, so you should stop telling people to do such reckless things. You play retard by yourself and leave others vision intact.

Sorry to detract from your post, James.

Castaway J said:

Ok, looked it up and what is your point? It is one of many suggestions that are true. It is not that I should stop telling people all viable options they have available, but it is that you must unlearn what you have been learned your whole life.

As stated when originally suggested, do your due diligence and research the subject. I could tell you, but would only be met with more denials on the subject. Naturally, be smart.

Kelly said:

CJ, you really need to stop telling people to stare at the sun. Look up solar retinopathy.

Justin, if I were you I would stop taking it. Start exercising in the morning. Nothing makes you sleep better than physical exhaustion. A run, cycle or swim will work wonders. Anything that gets the heart rate going.

There are also other little tricks, such as having a hot shower shortly before bed, not watching too much TV or playing games before bed and avoiding strong lights.

Castaway J
@castaway-j
02/21/13 05:56:09PM
588 posts

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Ok, looked it up and what is your point? It is one of many suggestions that are true. It is not that I should stop telling people all viable options they have available, but it is that you must unlearn what you have been learned your whole life.

As stated when originally suggested, do your due diligence and research the subject. I could tell you, but would only be met with more denials on the subject. Naturally, be smart.

Kelly said:

CJ, you really need to stop telling people to stare at the sun. Look up solar retinopathy.

Justin, if I were you I would stop taking it. Start exercising in the morning. Nothing makes you sleep better than physical exhaustion. A run, cycle or swim will work wonders. Anything that gets the heart rate going.

There are also other little tricks, such as having a hot shower shortly before bed, not watching too much TV or playing games before bed and avoiding strong lights.

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