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Let there be light. May 2015 webinar is released

Discussion in 'Factor X' started by Jack Kruse, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. Josh

    Josh Gold

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  2. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    But then, this would be happening with no delay?

    Energy would be here, there and everywhere when you have good potential. If we now with our great science can see how one photon can energize so much, what do really happen. Today we have so many bad weldings in our circuit board that sun do not make its magic, quite the other way around.

    Why is the veins so exposed? To gather information from the sun perhaps. Why are they blue(ish). And how do we use blood really. I think we should be able to gather sun all day long without burn, but if we burn we repair with the same deal but with different dose, photorepair. We can not just phantom today that we are made to function 24/7 out there, not in here...

    I always get a high from sun this way, i am worshiping it like... Crazy.
     
  3. Josh

    Josh Gold

    At altitude in Arizona is not the same as Sweden...
     
  4. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    No way... I dig deep at sea levels, like 0.5 meters above and below.
     
  5. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    Still many times we do find the same kick from just the same things, high and low.
     
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  6. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    It's that time of the month. Full Moon is upon us on May 4th 2015, and is obviously affecting people in non-deterministic ways o_O:D:p

    I'd love to measure my Alpha Waves right now :rolleyes:. I should hit Ruben up regarding some of the stuff that he uses to do those measurements.

    As I've gotten healthier, I can definitely notice such changes to a greater extent. What seemed like a random craving for coffee at a particular time of the month like now, can be indicative of a slight loss in energetic efficiency. Of course, now that I'm healthier, I can also make better decisions -- like skipping the coffee and spending more time in the sea instead :cool:

    ....
     
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  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    NeilBB is the alpha wave man.........he has the tools and the skills. But he is in NOLA now eating oysters at my place
     
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  8. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    So many interesting things come to mind here . . .

    First thing coming to mind is the incredible blood flow that can be found at these places if vasoconstriction can be managed. With the cooling gloves they overcame this limitation on cooling the blood by applying a slight vacuum to the hand to keep the AVAs (arteriovenous anastomoses) open.
    I've often wondered about this effect and its opposite - vasoconstriction - when doing CT, wondering whether pushing too hard and causing vasoconstriction is counterproductive. However, its seems pressure (Archimedes) is beneficial which might indicate that using a slight vacuum to keep AVAs open might not be.

    The second thing that comes to mind, especially in light of the meditation subject, is that that when I was taught 5 gate breathing meditation - the 5 gates were the 2 palms of the hands, the corresponding parts of the feet and the third eye position on the forehead. In terms of energy/coherence/connectedness, my instructor emphasised the significance of these locations by having us consider the crucifiction of Jesus Christ - where it was exactly these gates in the hands*, feet and face (and possibly the nuchal ligament?) that were closed off by nails and a crown of thorns.

    Whether taken literally or symbolically - the correlations are unmistakable. Might this be a way of telling us about what else sustains life and conciousness besides food? Not only are these parts of the body important for thermoregulation - but it seems they are prime sites for light transmission and reception - and who knows what else.

    * Yes I realise that the nails in the hands were more probably driven through the wrists unless the arms were bound to the cross.

    Perhaps a device combining the LED wristband with the cooling glove could apply slight vaccum to the hand to open AVAs and increase blood flow while irradiating the blood - and at the same time cool the blood and cause a more generalised vasoconstriction in the rest of the skin so that RBCs squeeze through capilliaries and realise the benefits of pressure (Archimedes).
     
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  9. Da-mo

    Da-mo Gold

    On the subject of optimism . . . the more i hear regarding technologies like this and then think about the advent of 3D printer technology - the more I think that "MED Beds" as depicted in movies like Transcendence and Elysium could one day be a reality. I mean, the theory is pretty much there - its just a matter of application and development from here.

     
  10. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    I've just raked out my vacuum cupping set, :rolleyes: used one on the palm of my hand with an ice cube in it, and shone red light on it and the veins on my wrist. Need to refine how I do this, but it should be an interesting experiment :cool:
     
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  11. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    Neat combo.
     
  12. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    I'm not talking about everything Rand believed politically here, Patrick. I'm focused on epistemology and to a certain extent ethics (or meta-ethics). The point is that living things require a certain course of action to remain living (animated). Human beings face a voluntary choice constantly to embrace live-promoting versus life-depleting courses of action. Most today mindlessly choose life-depleting ones the majority of the time. Some know they are doing it. Some don't. And the fallout does affect others besides themselves, and that is also a problem.

    The fact that you never read her stuff yet are so vicerally opposed should make you stop and question whose second-hand opinion you have absorbed, in my opinion.

    I was responding to your sentiment that you had "no choice." Humans always have a choice, it's just that only certain choices are life-promoting. Also, I do not believe that philosophical epistemology is subject to opinion. I believe it is right or wrong. That's where I differ from you and almost everyone else here in the way that I approach this subject...
     
  13. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

  14. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    So funny because i feel that, every time i read Rand i feel like i am reading a lovestory...

    I feel that many lay a filter of politics and religion on that work, it is easy to do when you live a life based on society.

    The things i see is a passion to be alive, to not follow paths that all has been teached, simply letting go of the bad ego and letting your rockstar shine...
     
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  15. Neil, now you have given me something to think about..............because you are right I am 'viscerally' opposed to her (way of thinking). I'm reminded of Dr K's statement about it being the mark of an educated mind to be able to read or consider something that I fundamentally disagree with. (I hope I am quoting roughly correctly). So maybe I will read her. I know her books are long some very long do you know of a kind of 'introduction' or a short book she has. Also the big ones are novels so I really don't read fiction or have the time and am behind already on reading I really need and want to do

    I have been 'opposed' to her for a few reasons, one if I am of the 'left' politically and from what I know she is very of the 'right'. When I heard that Alan Greenspan was an almost devoted follower I felt I had seen enough. Not a reason to dismiss her and Dr K's 'challenge' does come to mind. The other thing is what I know of her 'biography' from what I read she died sort of alone and friendless not to hold that against her but it seemed at least to me a bit typical of someone whose values are so 'individualistic' and 'materialistic' a world where everything can be bought and sold and deeper things sort of don't exist. Again this is my impression I am really now just giving you my 'biases' if you like. Also my understanding is the Bolsheviks/Communists took everything from her father who was a businessman at the time of the Revolution and she had a 'visceral' hatred of Communism or Socialism for ever after. (Before we are too quick to dismiss the Soviets or Communism we might notice what Dr K has been saying about the amazing achievements of their science about light etc. And how a lot of their warning and misgiving about 'tech' were ignored by the always eager to make money West)

    About "philosophical epistemology is subject to opinion" well I better not start it would take too long and I probably would not get anywhere even for myself.
     
  16. NeilBB

    NeilBB New Member

    Patrick, I'm not interested in other people's views on Rand any more than I am interested in their views on Jack. I think for myself, always...
     
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  17. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  18. OK Neil...............but part of 'thinking for oneself' does involve seeing and being aware of other view points. I do that quite a bit I would say and I feel at least I think a bit 'better' for myself as a result. I am sure you did not get your degrees by simply 'thinking for yourself' well of course you did but combined with the input and ideas of lots of other people. I would never think of this as a kind of Either/Or situation and specifically in the case of Ayn Rand it I think it is quite interesting to say the way her ideas have been and are being used. And to be totally clear I am only talking about Ayn Rand not anything about Dr Kruse.
     
  19. Dr Kruse, this may be in the wrong thread but it's the current one. I just listened to the tape of the Vancouver event and I have a question about the effect of pressure inspired by that. You have mentioned more than once about how when a baby is being born it is under great pressure (if at least being born without a C-section) I never really got the point of what you were getting at but is it that that pressure does all this stuff that promotes 'health' or 'life' in that it primes the baby, increases it's E/Z etc to meet life (live on its' own). Is there something about that experience that is important for the baby?

    I mean I guess I know the answer is 'Yes' but wondered what else you might have to say about that. I suppose pressure would also be 'pizo-electric' literally means electricity causes by pressure so would charge the system in that way. Also would this explain the traditional practice of swaddling babies binding them under pressure of clothes. Instinctively I feel there is something of importance there and you have mentioned it a few times so................
     

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