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Discussion in 'Philosophy and Religion' started by CaitlinRae2192, Jun 29, 2020.
Juuuuudas Priest. That one "out there" question I should've just kept to my damn self. Yeahhhhhh lol
Really it was just curiosity... I used to be terrified of dark this, entity that then I encountered some real covert assholes along the way. So then I thought, what's so scary? Even IF I encountered something outright sinister, at least its outright lol. In the end I don't fear anything anymore so I guess it turned out for the better...
John mulaney has a good story related to this: Skip to 5:00 in if you don't have patience and don't find John mulaney helplessly enchanting as I do
The green color comes from the anti-reflective coating of the lens. That gives these lens flares. If the coating wasn't there, you'd get much stronger reflections from the camera flash. Then you might recognize the person in the mirror even less. You can sometimes see this green color when you look into the lens from the front. But if you want to try it, use a tripod and a self-timer. If there is no person in the room, it must be from the camera and the strong light. I would also rather assume that a person would be more able to see the aura of another person. I don't think you could use technical devices to do that. Because otherwise it would be easy to recognize the intentions of a person by means of a photo. I hope this does not dissuade you from trying to sense the needs and cares of other people.
From my understanding, auras have little to do with a person's intentions It's more of an orientation, but I suppose theoretically you could gain insight on intent based on that
I suppose you're right. Though I should mention that I used to believe that there was a possibility that some people might see auras. But after reading about it in books and on the internet, I now rather think that they are mostly afterimages. But as an INFJ you have the ability to perceive the feelings of other people and you don't need auras.
But as an INFJ you have the ability to perceive the feelings of other people and you don't need auras. [/QUOTE] At times it feels like it's a gift, other times it feels more like a hindrance lol.
I know. That's why: Share your pain. With great power comes great responsibility! May the force be with you, so live long and prosper!
That's good. But just because you don't fear something, doesn't mean it can't hurt you.
Still doesn't scare me....lifelong anxiety, c-ptsd, and giving more love to others than I have to myself many times has really set me up to withstand anything.
This is God tier.
Good you're not afraid. But just be careful. Fearlessness can be a weakness.
When you're not afraid of anything, you can easily walk into harmful circumstances. If you're not afraid of being eaten alive by a bunch of wild cats, you can walk into a group of hungry leopards thinking you'll be just fine. Fear leads to underestimation and gross misjudgement. And there are those who take advantage of that.
It is not only fear that protects me, but also common sense. I can think before I get into a dangerous situation. It is always good to play through all possibilities with the help of your thoughts and feelings, and then make a decision. But if you suddenly find yourself in an unexpected situation, it is better to listen to your own fear.
I don't fear those who take advantage of me, they wouldn't get away with it forever. I would eventually figure it out and exile them from my life, and just move on. If that animal reference was literal that wouldn't happen, I am a human not a tiger or leopard nor would I stand a chance with my bare hands based on body mass, defensive style, and physical strength alone. That's just not smart to begin with, pick and choose battles wisely ya know? Lol
Just be careful and stay out of this spiritual stuff. It's really evil.
Yes and no, some of it certainly is but it all can't just be all thrown out as that leads to other problems that is so typical in modern society.
Fuck I was writing a whole reply then accidentally hit something, and now it's all gone. What I was saying beforehand was referencing my previous replies. My previous replies were saying that, in spiritual communities, you are far more likely to get put in a bad situation by bad people (and you are never aware of it) than you are to find something good. My latest reply was reiterating the fact that you have to be very careful when diving into the supernatural. It's like diving straight into the ocean, where most things want to kill you, and you don't know anything around you. My last reply did make it sound like I was speaking in absolutes (lol Siths lol), but that wasn't what I was trying to say. I apologise that I gave off the wrong idea.