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    Affirmation: Declarative statement
    In spirituality and personal evolution, affirmations are used to retrain the subconscious as to beliefs.

    Anima, Animus

    The Anima and Animus are, in Carl Jung's school of analytical psychology, the unconscious or true inner self of an individual, as opposed to the persona or outer aspect of the personality. In the unconscious of the male, it finds expression as a feminine inner personality: anima; equivalently, in the unconscious of the female, it is expressed as a masculine inner personality: animus.

    Theoretically, we are whole beings (that is, our souls are neither female nor male) so when we are one gender, the opposite gender characteristics of the persona's soul become part of the unconscious. Jung's view of the psyche included the soul -hence the gendering of the anima/animus,which means soul.-CF's note, from Jung's Collected Works.

    Astral wind, Akashic wind, Akashic pulse, Astral pulse: ... art-7.html
    And scroll down to "Purpose of Mind Split"
    and see topic: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=8914

    The Tibetan word Bardo means literally "intermediate state" - also translated as "transitional state" or "in-between state". In Sanskrit the concept has the name antarabh√„¬Āva. Used somewhat loosely, the term "bardo" refers to the state of existence intermediate between two lives on earth... More on:

    Robert's "Catch Basket Concept" ... ncept.html

    Belief is the psychological state in which an individual is convinced of the truth of a proposition. Like the related concepts truth, knowledge, and wisdom, there is no precise definition of belief on which scholars agree, but rather numerous theories and continued debate about the nature of belief. More on:

    The Bible and OBE's: ... art-8.html
    & Scroll Down to "Religion Instilled Worry/Fear"

    Brain Biology and Consciousness
    Consciousness appears to be dependent upon activation of many widely-separated areas of the human brain rather than enjoying a special location within the brain, this location commonly referred to as the seat of the soul or the seat of consciousness. It appears that the thalamocortical system and associated consciousness-specific interconnections with other consciousness-related brain areas may be that is responsible for consciousness awareness. ... sness.html

    Core affirmations: Affirmations that speak to your core beliefs.

    What happens at death: ... -2.html#15

    RB's opinion: viewtopic.php?t=2405
    The only cases I have come across where projectors have had seriously bad experiences with lower subplanes involved hallucinogenic drugs being used to precipitate out-of-body experiences. Drugs, while capable of causing out-of-body experiences, sidestep the required skills and abilities necessary for safe conscious-exit projection. This breaks many natural laws concerning projection while artificially overcoming many natural safeguards and barriers. Natural barriers are there to protect the novice from operating in dimensional areas they are not equipped to experience.
    Robert Bruce
    Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 9:15 pm


    This is a bit of a conundrum.

    I don't think it would be wise to ban all threads that discuss drugs and OBE, and shamanistic drugs, etc.

    There are reasons for this.

    First, I noted in that thread some statements that smoking pot and etc is totally safe with no side effects. This is total bull♥♥♥♥. I have dealt with a string of people over the past fifteen years or so who have mixed drug use and spiritual work and gone into drug-induced psychosis. I am currently helping a young man with horrendous problems that stem from mixing drugs with magic and energy work, etc. he went into full blown psychosis for three months. Then he went into psychosis for a month just by smoking some pot and drinking beer. He recently caused a two week long psychosis just through alcohol. He is obviously becoming more and more sensitive, and could slip into full schizophrenia for the rest of his life if he does not live a clean life, which I am recommending to him.

    Medically speaking (I have discussed this with several doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, etc) this is well known, that drugs cause psychosis and mental illness. Hospitals here in Aus are full of patients with drug induced psychosis, etc. It is difficult for a genuinely mentally ill person, suicidal depression, or someone having a breakdown, to get into a mental hospital these days, because they are choked with people suffering from drug induced psychosis type problems, or detoxing, etc.

    I have also helped people who have developed serious addictions to mushrooms and pot, etc. They are not supposed to be addictive, but they are. And the effects of such hallucinogenics are not what they seem. They may appear to reveal the greater reality, and I'm sure they do to some extent (the lower astral mainly), but this most definitely does not provide access to the 'source'. I have talked at length to such people and what they have brought back with them from such experiences is usually worthless. And for what insight they do get into life, the harmful side effects badly outweigh.

    So, back to the point, if we ban all such discussions, we do not get to give an opinion. And a healthy opinion would help those people who are considering using such drugs to induce altered states, OBE, etc.

    I have, btw, never used pot. Its never appealed to me. I have, however, had my pipe spiked a few times, and accidentally eaten mull cookies. Pot has a nasty effect on me and I generally vomit a lot; not a nice time. I learned this in my teens and have avoided it since.

    I do agree that pot has medicinal side to it, and I have seen it do wonders for people with neck injuries, cancer, etc. But, the pot today is not what pot used to be, re its been bred to be so strong its more like hard drugs.

    I have friends who smoke pot regularly and it seems to do them no harm, but I know it has the potential to do harm to some people in some situations. This is particularly so when it comes to mixing spiritual practices with drugs and alcohol. This is not a good mix.

    Note: I do not comment here on shamanistic substance use as taking substances, herbs, etc, under expert guidance is a bit different from experimenting with no controls or wisdom as guidance.

    Take care, Robert
    Faith: To Trust.
    Faith has two general implications which can be implied either exclusively or mutually:
    To trust:
    Believing a certain variable will act or has the potential to act a specific way despite the potential influence and probability of known or unknown change.
    To have faith in one's spouse that he/she will keep a promise of commitment
    To have faith that the world will someday be peaceful
    To have faith in a person to pay you back
    To believe without reason: Believing impulsively, or believing based upon personal hopes

    In either case, Faith is based upon the interpretation of the intangible (feelings, emotions, etc.) instead of the physically tangible and is primarily associated with religion in modern times. More on:

    Global Talisman Project: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=4194

    God- See Theism

    Higher Self
    Meditation to form Higher Self Connection:
    INSPEC- Acronym for "Intelligent Species", one presumed greater than the human version'-coined by Robert A. Monroe and cited in his book Ultimate Journey. (Glossary).
    'Throughout Ultimate Journey, my father√Ę‚‚¨‚„Ęs growing understanding of his true multidimensional nature was evidenced by his realization that his Inspec guides were really himself. ' L.A. Monroe: ... onroe.html
    viewtopic.php?t=5091&postdays=0&postorder=asc&star t=0

    Indigo- A shade of blue, and:

    I-There: Term coined by Robert Monroe, comprising of all of an individual's prior and present (parallel) incarnations. Also known as the Oversoul, Total Self, sometimes considered the Higher Self matrix, and in some places considered the Monad, although the Monad has a bit of a more monistic implication.
    Places to read more:

    Robert's views:
    Robert recommends this website:
    Robert says:
    The definition of what kundalini is should be discussed. Today, popularly, all energy body sensations are frequently attributed to kundalini. In a sense this is correct. Everyone experiencing energy body sensations can be said to have awakened Kundalini, as energy movement sensations and phenomena do relate to this.

    Most young people that aspire to kundalini, it seems, do so because they have heard that it is a cool thing to do. I think very few actually understand what this involves. They hear the poetic descriptions of what this is supposed to be and they want to do it.

    It must be kept in mind that pPsychic abilities have nothing to do with spiritual development. These can be a side effect, but they are not a yard stick. They certainly cannot be used to ascertain anyone's level of spiritual development. For example, a black mage or satanist can have a very high level of psychic ability. So these things should be put to one side when considering kundalini and spiritual development.

    Kundalini is a natural energy mechanism that exists within everyone. It can be triggered in various ways, accidentally, spontaneously, or deliberately. This can, however, have serious negative side effects if people are not stable enough to handle this level of consciousness and growth.

    Normal life, in the enormously complex hive that we call life, does not require a high level of consciousness. In fact, this would be detrimental to normal life, and would result in unhappiness and dysfunctionality in a normal life sense.

    The purpose of kundalini is to evolve persons to higher levels of consciousness, in response to need. This is triggered by intellectual, emotional and spiritual efforts, and experiences that go beyond the norm.

    So, in this sense, there would appear to be no age or health limitations to experiencing kundalini awakening.

    However, the heavier phenomenon related to the higher end of kundalini, like Uraeus Serpent of Fire, are not suitable for children or teens. This requires a high level of stability on all levels, or it will have destabilizing and destructive results, even causing serious mental and physical illnesses.

    Fortunately, in my experience, Uraeus is not something that can be easily or accidentally triggered. As I have suggested, mastering conscious astral projection and similar first, as this is childsplay in comparison.

    Robert Bruce
    Kundalini Circuit Activation- Quick How-to by Robert viewtopic.php?f=28&t=15679

    Higher Levels/Realms of Existence: ... art-2.html
    & Scroll down to
    Higher Levels And Their Buffer Zones and Higher Level Projection

    Last edited by CFTraveler; 13th November 2013 at 01:15 PM.

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