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    jakelafort
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    This is my brain on dope.

    #30999

    Just found one of my all time fav stoner albums which is no longer available. Sunday School may be a little late…

    #31000

    jakelafort
    Participant

    works for me…

    #31001

    Jody Lee
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    Nice… I could relax to that and set my brain to recess mode.

    This is my stoner jam…

    #31002

    @JodyLee….that was post rave chill album. There is a line in it that sounds like “Buy me an E, buy me an E”……

    #31006

    PopeBeanie
    Moderator

    Was going to say similarly to Reg, that all religious writings first came from people thinking and feeling things before myths were invented to explain them. Then God was invented in our image to assign our thoughts and feelings a source or origin. Against other opinions, I even feel that a word like spiritual can mean something outside a religious or wooish context, and we shouldn’t be afraid of defining it on our own terms and personal experiences. We speak figuratively and metaphorically all the time.

    Yeah, even God should repent and feel remorse! He can be such a dick.

    #31007

    PopeBeanie
    Moderator

    And about determinism, which I believe in strongly, I don’t see why it should necessarily invalidate an urge or request to repent. Relatedly, the concept/construct of karma works for me too, even if there’s no invisible or transcendental force around to enforce it.

    #31008

    Simon Paynton
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    Here’s my favourite stoner jam, a compilation of my favourite DJ, Klangkunst, that I put together.  (Might need to download file.)

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/j5jfogby9bfcdbi/KlangKunst%20edit.wav?dl=0

    Carl Cox rocks!

    #31013

    _Robert_
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    And about determinism, which I believe in strongly, I don’t see why it should necessarily invalidate an urge or request to repent.

    Yes, you have no choice but to act irrationally. 😉  I really don’t feel strongly one way or the other on determinism, freewill or duality. And the religious bent towards free will does not drive me towards determinism.

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