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KERRAY
[https://i.imgur.com/azx3ct6m.jpg] Pokud nemáš čas přečíst tohle záhlaví, nemá vůbec cenu pokračovat v čtení.

Co sem patří si přečtěte na nástěnce. Klidně můžete chválit či diskutovat, ale počítejte s tím, že věci, které sem nesedí, se mažou hned, a věci, které sem nesedí, ale jsou zajímavé, se taky mažou, jen o něco později - aby v archivu zůstávaly jen psychedelické memy.

Pro čtenáře
Co si o klubu pomyslí čtenář, je jen a pouze na něm. Můžou tu klidně být matoucí či provokativní věci. Můžou tu být věci, které jsou pravý opak psychedelie - a je na vás, abyste se zarazili, a řekli si - no momentík. Většinou nemá cenu brát to tu doslovně nebo dokonce hodnotit jednotlivé příspěvky - buďto mně něco osloví, nebo neosloví. Obsah je cílen na návštěvníka, který si je schopen hrát s významy a odlesky slov, je ochoten se dívat na věci ze zajímavých úhlů, aniž by to pro něj nutně znamenalo, že těmto náhledům musí věřit. A pokud by něco z obsahu pomohlo třeba jen jedinému člověku (tobě? :) k probuzení, splní svůj účel dokonale.

Do your own thinking!
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TADEAS --- 17:26:28 24.6.2008
If you don't know what to do: Do nothing.

- Barry Long
YMLADRIS --- 17:16:15 23.6.2008
kdyby za mnou přišel nemocnej člověk a požádal mne o vyléčení, požádám jej, aby se mnou pár dní bydlel, budu ho pozorovat a sledovat jak a čím si ubližuje; a hlavně, proč to dělá,

[ PALEONTOLOG @ ŠaManYsMuS ]
YMLADRIS --- 20:04:04 20.6.2008
There are no whole truths; all truths are half-truths.
It is trying to treat them as whole truths that plays the devil.
-- Alfred Whitehead
KERRAY --- 23:05:04 19.6.2008
TADEAS --- 16:31:34 19.6.2008
Our feeling body does not have the shape and appearance of the physical body that our senses or fixed perceptions would have us believe. Our senses have produced a body that ages and dies. Yet the sensation of the body never ages, never dies. And although sensation may alter in frequency between pain and wellbeing, it is never absent. This body of indeterminate sensation is the ground of our psychic existence, whether we are alive, dead or dreaming. This body cannot die.

It is always some other body which is seen to be dying. If I should ever see my body dead, then I cannot be dead. If I never see my body dead, then death is an assumption. Only our fixed perceptions are seen to be dying.

Here is another example of fixed perception. I am conditioned to imagine that this mind of mine is confined to somewhere in my head, when really it is not positional at all. 'My head' is one of its fixed perceptions. If the head is taken away, as in sleep, where is outside, where is inside? All is just space or psyche in which heads and dreams are created every moment.

How necessary are our senses, our physical bodies? The senses are utterly necessary to physical existence. But they are not vital to our psyche or non-positional being. Which means that without our senses or bodies, we still are.

Does this mean there is no physical world in reality? No. It means there is no reality in the physical world except that which I provide.

- Barry Long
TADEAS --- 1:59:05 16.6.2008
Modern man is endeavouring to rid himself of the confusion and uncertainty created by emotional indulgence and ignorance. The remarkably popular self-growth movement, all the different meditation methods, therapies, schools of philosophy and psychology are directed towards this end. A huge and growing section of humanity is ready to discover that for all its apparent sincerety and harmlessness, emotional living and thinking is no more than pathetic, self-indulgent games-playing – the demand for love. Love cannot be demanded. But emotion thinks it can.

By facing up to the fact of emotion, by starving the demonic genie out of himself, man can begin to realise and fulfil his two basic drives - for pleasure as self-expression, and for love as union. As he is now, under the influence of the distorting and confusing demands of emotion, man can only vaguely sense that continuous creative pleasure and constant love are attainable. Certainly, his experience of living does little to confirm this; creative pleasure and constant love remain for most an impossible dream. Yet everyone in their own way continues to pursue them with unshakable certainty. For the simple truth is that man was born to love and to create.

- Barry Long