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“Your adult psyches founded upon infant deprivation would crave anything holding out hope, however futile”: Planetmates reveal on real love, “love contract,” adorability in infants, parental “love”

“…the more you re-member yourself, the freer you can be. That is the true “transcendence”: It is one rooted in a re-feeling of and re-membering of the hurts and pains in one’s body that is left over from the past … Continue reading

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“The imperfections of life are the rails upon which life’s journey rolls along”: On love, woundedness, relationships, real healing, real transcendence, and more. What the planetmates say today

“…You wish to turn your infants into the parents you wished you had. You love your children to the extent that they hold out the hope that they will become that — your longed for parents. But, no, you cannot … Continue reading

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“You would not need to defame Nature’s love and glorify your own if it was as unselfish and transcendent as you profess”: Planetmates reveal on unreal love, roots of woundedness, “babies having babies,” parental love

“So, non-expression of needs became of survival value in a species who were reluctant to care for their young because of their own unmet needs from infancy and childhood. And cuteness and adorability — smiling more as opposed to less, … Continue reading

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“You might repress your needs and get cancer … but they would like you!” The Planetmates on spirituality and the body’s needs, detachment, helping the higher ups, enslavement….

“One is often blocked from the immediate satisfaction of needs, that is true; and that applies to all planetmates, including humans. Being frustrated from satisfaction is one of those exigencies of life and fate which teaches us. What makes you … Continue reading

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Like reading a letter from a wise, old friend….

By M.E.W. on February 5, 2014 I’ve recently finished reading Experience Is Divinity, by Michael Adzema. If you ever have one of those days (weeks, months?) where it just doesn’t want to fit together, you really can use this. Find … Continue reading

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the roots of war, domestic brutality, genocides. Planetmates reveal the truth about human communication, the “games people play,” human “intelligence,” enslavement in self-denial, and more

“Of course, there had to be a combination of both expression of needs as well as non-communication of needs in order to survive. There has to be a combination of unfeelingness-numbness and effusive entertaining adorability. And every baby who survives … Continue reading

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Consciousness … family and children … “trigger-happy cowboys on crack” … and more from the Planetmates: “that ego that you do, you do so well”

“However, it must be kept in mind that this control of every aspect of your outer life at each point required that correspondingly there would need be intensifying control over your inner life, too. So you set your wrestling-into-submission fever … Continue reading

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