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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:13 am

What is this feeling that it is "real?"
Thats very hard to say. I cant say much about these feelings/intuition, since they just seem to be wordless understandings.

Im unable to give you a direct answer, since these feelings are hard to dissect.
What kind of feeling is it? How does that feel?
Its a kind of certianty. A connection.

It feels like a rule i lived by my whole life, that suddenly is being questioned.

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:09 am

Hi Kevin. :)


Thats very hard to say. I cant say much about these feelings/intuition, since they just seem to be wordless understandings.

Im unable to give you a direct answer, since these feelings are hard to dissect.


It doesn't matter how hard it seems, Kevin. Try to find some words, your own words,
that most fit the feeling. Don't say you can't, and keep giving it a try.


Its a kind of certianty. A connection.


And how does that "certainty" perceived?
As thought? Sensation? Or else?



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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Sat Feb 09, 2019 1:32 am

Sorry for the delay, for some reason i didnt get an email notification.
It doesn't matter how hard it seems, Kevin. Try to find some words, your own words,
that most fit the feeling. Don't say you can't, and keep giving it a try.
Before i get closer to that. I thought about it, im unsure what real even is? What defines something as real? I have no idea.
And how does that "certainty" perceived?
As thought? Sensation? Or else?
The ceartainty of the i being real is very weird. It seems more subtle than a thought, a knowing.

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:13 am

Hi Kevin. :)



What is “a knowing?” would you observe it and describe it?



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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:13 am

Hi :)
What is “a knowing?” would you observe it and describe it?

A word-less understanding, that kind of behaves like thoughts, in the matter where it comes and goes. If im caught up in an activity, there isnt really any knowing of the certainty of the self.

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:30 am

Hi Kevin. :)


Sorry, your previous post didn't really make sense to me.
Could you elaborate?


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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Thu Feb 14, 2019 12:13 am

What is “a knowing?” would you observe it and describe it?
A knowing is a kind of thought that carry no words, an instant understanding of a concept without thinking.

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Thu Feb 14, 2019 1:30 pm

Hi Kevin. :)

A knowing is a kind of thought that carry no words, an instant understanding of a concept without thinking.


I might have asked this before, but again, can you give an example of "a concept" that is
understood without thought?



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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Fri Feb 15, 2019 12:27 am

I might have asked this before, but again, can you give an example of "a concept" that is
understood without thought?

Ever felt that someone is looking at you even though you dont see them doing it? Or sensed that a person is in a bad mood without any physical signs of it?

These are the concepts i mean.

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Fri Feb 15, 2019 11:39 am

Hi Kevin. :)


If you were unable to imagine anything, would that "concept" still exist?
In other words, if you can't imagine that someone is looking at you,
could that "concept" of someone's look still exist?


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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby k0ngoz » Sat Feb 16, 2019 1:37 am

If you were unable to imagine anything, would that "concept" still exist?
In other words, if you can't imagine that someone is looking at you,
could that "concept" of someone's look still exist?
Exactly what do you meanby imagine? Thinking?

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Re: What's the right answers?

Postby Bananafish » Sat Feb 16, 2019 9:36 am

When you imagine an apple, you visualize the apple, don't you?
Then thought comes and names it apple.

By imagination I mean this process of visualizing and naming it.


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