Thursday, February 21, 2008
12:27AM - My Mother, and Other Things
As all or most of you know, I have recently realized within myself how the law of attraction works. Since this understanding has come to me, I have had nothing but a desire but to share this knowledge with every one of my friends, family members and even the strangers on the street I come across. I realize everyone isn't as receptive to this information, especially in the vocabulary that it is presented, and I haven't always used other vocabulary to help people understand it in a different way, but I have had a breakthrough with one or two with you by using other vocabulary, and found that you believe in the law of attraction when it is presented in this alternative vocabulary. This was the same fear that I had in exposing the law of attraction to my mother. What I failed to realize was that my excitement was so strong, that, when it came to my mother, she latched onto it right away. In her own words, she said that she had known this all her life, but didn't realize that she knew it. One of our little sayings we have with each other is "Now I know I know, and I know you know I know." It both amuses us, and we understand it, and it uplifts us.
Thursday, June 16, 2005
3:42PM - Abe Maslow and Bill Tozier
I'm working on an article based on the theories of psychologist Abraham Maslow. Also, I happen to occasionally read Notional Slurry, by William Tozier. Tozier referenced something he had written before, and when I read it, it reminded me of something I had read the day before in an article by Maslow.
Thursday, October 14, 2004
I've had three related synchronicities lately. ( Read this whole entry.Collapse )
Tuesday, July 13, 2004
Sunday, July 11, 2004
11:11PM - An introduction and an idea
Crownofspoons showed me a link here, and I never joined, having nothing to talk about; until now.
Sunday, May 9, 2004
1:16PM - Situated cognition
Extending my previous entries here. I was thinking about ideas. I thought, well, what if we don't create ideas? What if ideas simply exist, external to the individual? What if they have always existed, like potential energy, waiting to be discovered? Then I began to think of memory as access to portions of the possible ideas concerning past events. Imagine those as a sphere of influence that surrounds you. Interacting with another, you can compare your spheres of influence, and, if open minded, achieve a greater amount of information and a greater degree of understanding.
Sunday, March 28, 2004
I'm not really sure if this a synchronicity or just something kind of weird. A friend of mine, rubeslipprs, made this entry. Honestly, I didn't understand it, and despite my comment to the countrary, I still don't. However, fallibledragon made a comment that discussed the idea of "being in the zone", and as you can see from my reply to that comment, I was certain I had been in contact with that concept earlier in the day. I truly believed that I had read it, and so later poured over all the things I had read that day with excruciating meticulouslness. I found nothing. However, as you can see in a later reply I made on that same comment, I did encounter that concept two weeks later, and it directly related to the subject. I'm not sure if this counts as synchonicity, but I think that it is, at the very least, really cool.
Sunday, February 22, 2004
Current mood: procrastinatory