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Invisibledk138
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Re: Help with Innoculating *DELETED*
    #306023 - 04/30/01 07:48 PM (17 years, 5 months ago)

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Re: Help with Innoculating [Re: dk138]
    #306055 - 04/30/01 08:05 PM (17 years, 5 months ago)

Its better to put them in water first then innoculate with that. The spores will germinate much better if they are hydrated prior to innoculation.



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Re: Help with Innoculating
    #306381 - 05/01/01 01:47 AM (17 years, 5 months ago)

What...that he's a fool? Max, why are you such a condescending bastard? This is the third time today that I have seen you talk down to someone asking a legitimate question.

Only people with control issues tear people down...do you feel bigger and stronger now? Do yourself a favor, read 'The Celestine Prophesy' by James Redfield. You seem to be the classic 'Intimidator'...

An insight from the book:

The Sixth Insight. . .

The Sixth Insight is the awareness of when we lose our inner connection with divine energy. Often we find that at these times we are resorting to our personal (and unconscious) way of manipulating others out of their energy. These manipulations are generally either passive or aggressive. Most passive can be called the victim, or the Poor Me, approach: always framing events as negative, looking to others for help, describing events in such a way as to make others feel guilty (and so to force them to give attention and energy.)
Less passive is the distancing, or Aloof, strategy: giving vague answers to questions, never committing to anything, making others pursue in order to understand us. When others are pursuing, trying to figure us out, we gain their attention and thus, their energy.

More aggressive than these two is the critic, or Interrogator, method: seeking to find something wrong with what others are doing, always monitoring. If we catch them in what we consider an error, we make them self-conscious, overly cautious, worried about what we might think. They watch us out of the corner of their eye and thus give us attention and energy. Most aggressive is the Intimidator style: appearing out of control, explosive, dangerous, and belligerent. Others watch us closely and thus, we receive their energy.

Because we tend to repeat these manipulations with everyone we meet, and to structure life events around these devices, they can be understood as 'control dramas,' repeated patterns that seem to bring on the same life situations over and over. Once we bring our control dramas into consciousness, however, we begin to catch ourselves everytime we revert to them, and so stay more connected with inner energy. An analysis of our early childhood can reveal how our control dramas evolved, but once this is forgiven we can see deeper reasons why we were placed with our early family. From our parents' strengths and from particular growth issues they didn't complete, we can derive our life question and our work or 'mission' in the world.



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