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Taken from my facebook just a few minutes ago from a coven group I was formerly following

Sheryl Marsh

Group admin 

 - Excuse me,? You are a member in this group....and when I look I see your posts predominantly....but it does not bother me. You are expressing yourself, that is fine by

me, so I honestly do not believe you have a right to complain about anyone posting whatever they want

as long as it is respectful, pertains to what this group is about...etc.

If I get sick of seeing someone 's postings I skip over it...sorry if this offends you, but...you are not the page owner. Love, and Light~

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Shen Long I see why Kari left now. And I have an understanding of why some of the senior members are leaving. I wasn't expecting that.




side note:

Transparency:

2. Lack of hidden agendas and conditions, accompanied by the availability of full information required for collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making.
3. Minimum degree of disclosure to which agreements, dealings, practices, and transactions are open to all for verification.
4. Essential condition for a free and open exchange whereby the rules and reasons behind regulatory measures are fair and clear to all participants.

Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/transparency.html
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Introductions / Re: Well hello there
« Last post by NoddyTheDragon on October 23, 2017, 10:41:14 am »
Welcome.
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Introductions / Re: Hey! It's Redd!
« Last post by NoddyTheDragon on October 23, 2017, 10:40:52 am »
Welcome to the site.
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Introductions / Re: Hello alll ~
« Last post by NoddyTheDragon on October 17, 2017, 08:28:23 am »
Welcome.  ^.-.^
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Introductions / Re: Allo and such! 'O.=.o'
« Last post by NoddyTheDragon on October 17, 2017, 08:27:58 am »
Heya Redalgo.  Good to see you here.  ^.-.^
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Introductions / Re: Hello alll ~
« Last post by CrystalisRC on October 16, 2017, 06:23:38 am »
only thing that sucks around here are our dragon shaped  Roombas

they'll sweep the floor, suck up dirt and spit fire while making robotic rawring noises
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Introductions / Re: Allo and such! 'O.=.o'
« Last post by CrystalisRC on October 16, 2017, 04:59:27 am »
it's just simply another emoji
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Introductions / Re: Allo and such! 'O.=.o'
« Last post by Suwranna on October 16, 2017, 01:04:16 am »
I do not understand the symbol please explain it.
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Support and Advice / Re: Concern About Negative and Positive Past Life Memories
« Last post by CrystalisRC on October 15, 2017, 12:34:11 am »
it is discussions like these that go un noticed that the project was revived to begin with

keep up the good work rebuilding the archives and discussions

(I'm just enthusiastic a little...but it warms my heart to see such positive reinforcement)
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Support and Advice / Re: Concern About Negative and Positive Past Life Memories
« Last post by Deebles on October 14, 2017, 05:18:34 am »
(I know I'm rather late, sorry.)
This is a perfectly normal phenomenon and is based on one simple thing: you are more likely to survive if you remember things that threatened your survival. If a snake bites you and makes you ill from its venom, it's beneficial to have the ability to remember that illness and avoid that snake.

Unfortunately while this is a biological advantage, it means you'll stay up until 3 AM beating yourself up for something dumb you said 20 years ago but you won't recall the song that played 20 minutes ago. This seems to transfer to past life recollection as well; my first two memories were a near death experience and a death experience.

This also colors childhood recollection. I do not intend to lessen your position but it's easy to remember your dad losing it out of nowhere and punishing you for no reason. It's harder to recall that actually it was not a random assault, you had been badgering him for hours and he got tired of polite, gentle corrections. I am not attempting to dismiss your experience, merely point out that your brain will only readily recall the sting of the snake bite, and won't bother reminding you that technically you poked it with a sharp stick first. It is only useful to remember that X is dangerous, fear and avoid X.

There's not much you can do about this other than make a conscious effort to experience and recall positive events and dismiss negativity from your mind. It'll never go away but you can train your brain to change its focus.

Good luck!
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