On 12/1/2014 9:53 AM, Share Long wrote:
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salyavin, ok, we have different definitions of troll.
>
Troll - /A person who sends duplicitous messages to get angry responses./

For example, posting to a good looking meditator gal on a spiritual discussion a cartoon of Lord Buddha saying /"Try not to be a cunt."/
>
And we have different preferences wrt FFL posts. I often enjoy your posts and I often enjoy Richard's posts. And I think we all are responsible for what happens here.
>
Let's blame it all on Rick Archer - he started this forum. Gawd! What a bliss-ninny.
>


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*From:* salyavin808 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com>
*To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
*Sent:* Monday, December 1, 2014 7:05 AM
*Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Lucid-dreaming query




---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <sharelong60@...> wrote :

Salyavin, you posted a comment with the c word in it and you called Richard a crude name. How is my reading of those events obscured? And those were expressions of your /opinion/, not reality. I've expressed my opinions about Richard before. I recognize that he posts a lot and repeats a lot. BUT, I don't find the tone of his posts malicious. imo that's the essence of trollness.

You are funny. He doesn't engage, he has no opinion that he wants to talk about, he comes here just to piss people off, what else do you need to know? It's called trolling. Annoying people for your own amusement. If it makes him happy I'm happy to ignore him.

What I did do yesterday was point out how much he stands out now that the others have gone. I shall go back to ignoring him and he'll either leave or die of boredom by the end of the week. Actually, I don't suppose he will, he wants to piss in the well until no one else wants to visit this place. Some sort of childish last-man-standing sort of thing. Good luck to him if that's how he wants to waste his life.

He should join Jim's group and see if he can rediscover his personality before it's too late. But actually conversing requires thinking and that takes effort. I doubt he'll bother.

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*From:* salyavin808 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com>
*To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
*Sent:* Monday, December 1, 2014 1:37 AM
*Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Lucid-dreaming query




---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <sharelong60@...> wrote :

OMG, Richard, what happened to salyavin? He used to sound pretty even tempered and reasonable. Now he's saying vile stuff to you. And using the c word! Jeez...

What is it that obscures your view of reality Share? Even if you randomly read only 1% of Willy's posts you'll know he is a pointless troll whose only "purpose" here is to annoy people. How mature do you think that is?

This why he hasn't gone to play on Jim's site, because he's got nothing to say that isn't deliberately aggravating to someone, so who would want him? Unless Jim is playing a "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" game, he isn't going to want 300 dumb and predictable posts littering the place up every week. So we're stuck with him until someone starts a "say nothing as many times as you like" site. 10 years he's been doing it. At least!

The longer he stays as the only troll here the stupider he is going to look, so he's welcome to waste his life nagging at me, it bothers me not one jot.

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*From:* "'Richard J. Williams' punditster@... [FairfieldLife]" <FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com>
*To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
*Sent:* Sunday, November 30, 2014 1:06 PM
*Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Lucid-dreaming query

On 11/30/2014 9:44 AM, Share Long wrote:

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    dear Richard, I'll really miss you. Thank you for all the
    laughter and knowledge and good you've brought into my life. all
    the best always to you and Rita and your whole family,
    Share
    >
    /Thanks. Maybe you should consider subscribing to The Peak./
    >

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    *From:* "'Richard J. Williams' punditster@...
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    *To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
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    *Sent:* Monday, November 17, 2014 11:16 AM
    *Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Lucid-dreaming query

    On 11/17/2014 9:58 AM, Share Long wrote:
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    Richard, I tried this last night but didn't notice anything
    different. Maybe cuz I didn't sit up in bed when I did it? And I
    forgot to do it this morning. Nonetheless, will soldier on,
    thanks again for posting.
    >
    /The technique may not work for just anyone. Apparently MMY
    dropped using this technique himself for some reason, but I found
    it quite enjoyable.

    People usually think thoughts just before going to sleep but
    quite often they are just random thinking without any direction.

    Until I was taught the "Night Technique" by Satyanand, I used
    another technique that I developed myself - you simply think of
    something positive to look forward to the next day and then slip
    into sleep.

    It works too, but not as well. There is something about the
    directed sound vibration than is a subtle relaxing feeling with
    the bija mantra - Laya Yoga while you sleep./
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    *From:* "'Richard J. Williams' punditster@...
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    *To:* FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com
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    *Sent:* Sunday, November 16, 2014 8:20 AM
    *Subject:* Re: [FairfieldLife] Lucid-dreaming query

    On 11/15/2014 5:22 PM, s3raphita wrote:
    >
    So last night I had a lucid experience while dreaming (it's
    happened a few times before - always involuntary as I've never
    bothered to follow the "techniques" recommended by devotees of
    this perception). At least I assume it was a lucid-dream
    experience - I suppose one could have a normal dream which
    included the false thought that one was lucid when in fact one
    wasn't (if you can follow that explanation). What's more, I
    woke up (for real), mused about the dream for a minute, then
    fell asleep again and immediately went back into the same dream
    landscape in the same self-conscious, lucid state.
    Now I'd heard that when in a lucid dream you can alter the
    "dreamscape" to suit yourself. So you might find it amusing to
    flip over into being a Zero pilot on a kamikaze mission and
    diving into the Golden Dome in Fairfield. Whatever floats your
    boat. Anyway, though I was lucidly self-aware that I was indeed
    dreaming I couldn't change the story narration unfolding before
    me so just left the dream to run its course while absorbing the
    novel experience.
    My question is: is there some trick to getting the dream to
    change to suit your whim or is it a case of practice makes
    perfect? Or maybe most lucid dreams are like mine? Or maybe my
    will power is feeble compared with my imaginative power and
    others have a more dominant will?
    >
    /The trick is to practice a Laya Yoga technique we learned from
    Satyanand: //
    //
    //When you are ready for sleep you just sit up in bed and then
    let your bija mantra rest at the heart chakra for a few minutes.
    That way, the subtle currents from your Istadevata will permeate
    your entire being while you sleep.

    For example, my Istadevata is Saraswati, the Goddess of
    Learning, so by resting the bija portion of her mantra at the
    heart chakra, my intelligence will grow by leaps and bounds,
    right while I'm sleeping.

    Then, when you awaken in the morning you will feel refreshed and
    full of energy and knowledge. It's that simple!/
    >
    Anyone had a similar experience?
    >
    /Yes. A lucid dream is a dream in which the sleeper is aware
    that he or she is dreaming. From what I've read, the phenomenon
    of lucid dreaming has been well established by scientific
    research, so its existence is well established. /














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