Saturday, October 25, 2008

Ian Brown - F.E.A.R.

Ian Brown - F.E.A.R.

For each a road
For everyman a religion
Find everybody and rule
**** everything and rumble
Forget everything and remember
For everything a reason
Forgive everybody and remember

You got the fear

Finding eternity arouses reactions
Freeing excellence affects reality
Fallen empires are ruling
Find earth and reap

Fantastic expectations
Amazing revelations
Final execution and resurrection
Free expression as revolution
Finding everything and realizing

You got the fear

Fantastic expectations amazing revelations
Finding everyone and reuniting
For everything a reason

F.E.A.R. (You got the fear)
You got the fear

Thanks tRaNcePaReNtS

(Advanced) Lucid Dreaming series from Lucidipedia

Check out 2 series about Lucid Dreaming from Lucidipedia

Learn Lucid Dreaming part 1

Advanced Lucid Dreaming: part 1

All videos here at the Lucidipedia Youtube channel

Since quitting Marijuana completely more than a week ago (a post about that in progress) I am totally focusing on the mystical path again, and one of the branches is keeping a dream journal. To give you an idea of what you're missing if you don't actively try to remember your dreams... this week in my dreamworld I talked to Thom Yorke of Radiohead at a festival, flew around my grandparents house, and Snake Plissken blasted through a sci-fi steampunk train to help me fight off some Nazis. Can't wait to regain my lucidity!

Bill Hicks - Gulf War I & George H.W. Bush

Bill Hicks - Gulf War I & George H.W. Bush

Timeless. Other short film version of "bullies of the world"

Broken Koans and other Zen debris

Hui Neng once approached a student who was sitting in meditation. "Why do you spend so much time sitting?" he asked. "Because I want to become a Buddha," the student replied.
At this, Hui Neng picked up a brick tile from the floor, and began rubbing it with his robe. "Why are you doing that?" asked the student. "Because I want to make a mirror," Hui Neng replied.
"But Master," said the student, "no amount of -- oh, wait, I get it! Very funny, very funny."

Two monks were arguing about a flag. One said, "The flag is moving."
The other said, "The wind is moving."
Julian Barbour happened to be passing by. He told them, "Not the wind, not the flag."
The first monk said, "Is the mind moving?"
Barbour replied, "Not even mind is moving."
The second monk said, "Is time moving?"
Barbour said, "There is no time. You could say that it is mu-ving."
"Then why do we think that flags flap, and wind blows, and minds change, and time moves?" inquired the first monk.
Barbour thought, and said, "Because you remember."

Zen students are with their masters at least ten years before they presume to teach others. Nan-in was visited by Tenno, who, having passed his apprenticeship, had become a teacher. The day happened to be rainy, so Tenno wore wooden clogs and carried an umbrella. After greeting him Nan-in remarked: "I suppose you left your wooden clogs in the vestibule. I want to know if your umbrella is on the right or left side of the clogs."
"Beats the hell out of me," Tenno replied without hesitation.
"Ah," said Nan-in, "Have some tea."
"Word," replied Tenno.

Broken Koans and other Zen debris

Nonlethal weapons touted for use on citizens

Air Force secretary says they should be used for domestic crowd control

lol, reverse psychology mindfuck:
"If we're not willing to use it here against our fellow citizens, then we should not be willing to use it in a wartime situation," said Wynne. "(Because) if I hit somebody with a nonlethal weapon and they claim that it injured them in a way that was not intended, I think that I would be vilified in the world press."
Yeah the entire World Press isn't as tightly controlled as the US mainstream press... So non-complacent US citizens look forward to all the new military toys... Wtf!