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Quote The same way Christ called himself a stone rejected by masons, the Jain hermits had called themselves logs rejected by all carpenters.
Their idea is that the visionary must live apart from the normal world, and reject pleasure and comfort and conformity in order to connect with the divine.
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Quote The interesting part is when you look at pain as a spiritual tool.
Pain and deprivation.
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Quote The Buddhist monks sit on roofs, fasting and sleepless until they reach enlightenment. Isolated and exposed to the wind and sun. Compare them to Saint Simeon, who rotted on his pillar. Or the centuries of standing yogis. Or Native Americans who wandered on vision quests. Or the starving girls in nineteenth-century America who fasted to death out of piety. Or Saint Veronica, whose only food was five orange seeds, chewed in memory of the five wounds of Christ. Or Lord Byron, who fasted and purged and made his heroic swim of the Hellespont. A romantic anorexic. Moses and Elijah, who fasted to receive visions in the Old Testament. English witches of the seventeenth century who fasted to cast their spells. Or whirling dervishes, exhausting themselves for enlightenment.

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Quote All these mystics, throughout history, all over the world, they all found their way to enlightenment by physical suffering.
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Here’s where it gets interesting. According to split-brain physiology, your brain is divided like a walnut into two halves.
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Quote The left half of your brain deals with logic, language, calculation, and reason, he says. This is the half people perceive as their personal identity. This is the conscious, rational, everyday basis of our reality.
The right side of your brain, the doctor tells her, is the center of your intuition, emotion, insight, and pattern recognition skills. Your subconscious.
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Originally posted by HeyBeautiful18 HeyBeautiful18 wrote:

Diane why don't you have a microwave?

My brother doesn't have one because he's afraid of the radiation

Hey CB!

HB i have a microwave, Im just marvelling at the better reheating you get from placing your plate on top of a pot of boiling water, a re-steaming if you will, instead of using the microwave. And im reminiscing on how we teased a classmate for using that method because she never had a microwave. Her parents could afford it, her dad was just real cheap weird and awfulAngry

Plus certain food stuff (esp starchy foods) are just a FAIL in the microwave like dumplings, yam, festival, bammy they come out brick hard. Plus the reheating point of all the food groups is different so the food just either too hard, too cold, too soggy (veggies) so the pot/double boiler method makes much more sense.

I remember when the old folks would stay farrrrrrrrrr back from the microwave and shoo you if you stood in front of itCryCryLOL
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Your left brain is a scientist. Your right brain is an artist.
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Quote People live their lives out of the left half of their brains. It’s only when someone is in extreme pain, or upset or sick, that their subconscious can slip into their conscious. When someone’s injured or sick or mourning or depressed, the right brain can take over for a flash, just an instant, and give them access to divine inspiration.
A flash of inspiration. A moment of insight.
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Quote This lets us connect to a universal body of knowledge. The wisdom of all people over all time.
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