Put a Comma in Your Commentary – venice class – May 13, 2014 tu

The discovery is that when you put a comma in your commentary, you are not left with nothing. If you were left with nothing, it would be stupid to put a comma in your commentary. It would be stupid to let go of your best assessments.

But, what you discover is that when you put a comma in your commentary and you temporarily let go of your best assessments, suddenly your mind becomes available to the download. That's when you will really begin to appreciate the fact that, wow, there really IS such a thing as "the download." It is not just a random occurrence that may or may not happen every once in a while. Rather, it's like a new skill, or a new thing to be doing with your mind. The idea is to be channeling Online Knowing all the time. And, as difficult as it is to be willing to do, it is not actually that difficult.


FSY Freeform Playlist from class:
  1. For the Joy of It All ~ Karunesh ~ Call of the Mystic
  2. The Dub Sutras (Sensual Sutras Mix) ~ Desert Dwellers ~ Yoga Flow Mix 1
  3. My primitive heart (feat. MC Yogi) ~ Eccodek ~ Singing in Tongues
  4. For What It's Worth (India Dub) ~ DJ Drez ~ Jahta Beat: The Lotus Memoirs

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"CMB Dipole Speeding Through the Universe - NASA & treatment by Arthur Klein"

Image Credit & Copyright:Image Credit: DMR, COBE, NASA, Four-Year Sky Map & Arthur Klein on this Treatment of Photo

Explanation: Our Earth is not at rest. The Earth moves around the Sun. The Sun orbits the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way Galaxy orbits in the Local Group of Galaxies. The Local Group falls toward the Virgo Cluster of Galaxies. But these speeds are less than the speed that all of these objects together move relative to the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR). In the above all-sky map from the COBE satellite, radiation in the Earth's direction of motion appears blueshifted and hence hotter, while radiation on the opposite side of the sky is redshifted and colder. The map indicates that the Local Group moves at about 600 kilometers per second relative to this primordial radiation. This high speed was initially unexpected and its magnitude is still unexplained. Why are we moving so fast? What is out there?