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    Play as Being Guardians who facilitate the discussion groups have collected some of the most interesting and thought-provoking parts of the discussions here.

    *The full conversations can be found in the original chat logs, which are organized by date and time and can be reached from the "chat logs" menu at left.

      

      

    Here are some snippets for a quick peek:

    Pema Pera: one way to look at the 9-sec practice is that it shakes you up... every quarter of an hour you shake yourself ; every quarter of a day you can come here to be shaken up by your peers

      

    Stim Morane: Play needn’t be silly, although perhaps silliness is good too. The question is whether play can restore us to reality.

      

    Stim Morane: Casually or heedlessly owning the moment (Being) is very different from appreciating and truly joining into it.

      

    Pema Pera: the notion of “getting it” or “enlightenment” can be very misleading. We learn, we see, we see better, deeper, fuller. . . it just goes on and on . . .

      

    Storm Nordwind: it's as though things like PaB free me of things that I would otherwise erroneously identify with...
    you seem to do more - more 9 second practice - but as a result your life seems less cluttered.

      

    Fael Illyar: Every one of us has something to teach but also something to learn.

      

    Neela Blaisdale: But somehow the whole process has helped to make me more mindful in general. In other words I do try to stay in the moment much more than I used to before PaB

      

    Sylectra Darwin: did it open up whole new worlds to you like it did me?...more meaningful interactions. I like the openness.

      

    Adams Dubrovna: I am working on bringing things I learned into RL and I am getting better at it. One thing here is that we are reacting to a bunch of friends and so it is easier

      

    Threedee Shepherd: ... I observe that there is "something here" about PaB that *works* and does so in different ways for each of us.


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