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04 Oct 2016 22:32 - 04 Oct 2016 22:33 #259731 by Kyrin Wyldstar
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forceuser wrote: this is a very interesting and this is why i was led here. i am Joining to find other force users
i have personally used the force to throw a ball over a 100 yard to break a window with out touching it.
start large fires, and other things most people will say is impossible . and yes about half of the things people with me have seen.
i have not used it in about 3 years i have been to stressed to concentrate with life if the here and now.
peace and wellness to all


Ahh, I was confused for a bit as to what you were speaking of. I had to go back and reread this thread and I found this. Is this what you are referring to? Seems to me like you are making claims about your ability to harness "a force" (presumably outside of science?) and manipulate matter directly by means other than what we commonly see? You also say you have not used it in about 3 years. So why is it that if you have this amazing power that you can use to literally bypass the very laws of physics themselves, you do not practice it on a daily basis - even, dare I say, make it the center point most consuming aspect of your life? Or am I misunderstanding something and these are just "funny stories" that were never meant to be taken seriously?
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04 Oct 2016 22:38 #259733 by forceuser
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I thought maybe that's why I was led to this site to find other people to train with

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04 Oct 2016 22:43 #259734 by forceuser
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The ideal situation is if I could get paid to train the challenges I have a lot of mouths to feed where I live

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04 Oct 2016 22:53 #259738 by Kyrin Wyldstar
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forceuser wrote: The ideal situation is if I could get paid to train the challenges I have a lot of mouths to feed where I live


That would definitely be a cool job to have! First, though, I would think any potential student would like to have some sort of empirical evidence that you could actually do the things you have said you can do and that you could teach these techniques to others. Is that something you are willing and/or able to do?

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04 Oct 2016 23:03 #259741 by forceuser
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Yes everything is real real real no books no movies

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04 Oct 2016 23:12 #259743 by forceuser
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Let me work on that for a few days and I will get back with you
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04 Oct 2016 23:23 #259745 by Aco
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Hello :)
If anybody's interested, I have made a tutorial on how to do telekinesis:

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05 Oct 2016 10:20 #259791 by Gisteron
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forceuser wrote: I don't think anybody's change their mind
I believe if you've never seen or experienced it it's impossible for you to understand or believe
but if you've done it experienced it or seen it it may be a little more likely for you to believe it

Funny how we never see anyone apply this logic to anything real. You ask about gravity and they drop their pen. You ask about air, and they blow a sheet or dust. You ask about electricity and they switch on the lights. You ask about radio waves and they call a cell phone. But then if you ask about magic, suddenly it's "impossible to understand or believe" through showing by someone else, for it must be experienced personally and subjectively. In other words, we are talking about make-belief.
Well, people can make-believe all kinds of things, including self-contradictory ones, and they do, and they murder each other over it, too. I reject that kind of self-deception and choose to be honest with myself and others instead. To each their own though...

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05 Oct 2016 13:56 - 05 Oct 2016 14:10 #259811 by r3dleader
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Gisteron wrote:

forceuser wrote: I don't think anybody's change their mind
I believe if you've never seen or experienced it it's impossible for you to understand or believe
but if you've done it experienced it or seen it it may be a little more likely for you to believe it

Funny how we never see anyone apply this logic to anything real. You ask about gravity and they drop their pen. You ask about air, and they blow a sheet or dust. You ask about electricity and they switch on the lights. You ask about radio waves and they call a cell phone. But then if you ask about magic, suddenly it's "impossible to understand or believe" through showing by someone else, for it must be experienced personally and subjectively. In other words, we are talking about make-belief.
Well, people can make-believe all kinds of things, including self-contradictory ones, and they do, and they murder each other over it, too. I reject that kind of self-deception and choose to be honest with myself and others instead. To each their own though...


This is kind of why I decided on TOJO, to get over those false beliefs. Mine weren't so much spiritual, but more like fear, anxiety, and failure. I was creating the same kind of false world and false justifications for myself. But a delusion is a delusion. So, I while I won't fault anyone for wanting to believe... I think that if you can't be honest with yourself when confronted with the facts, logic, and reality then you are going to have a very long and hard road to being a Jedi.
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05 Oct 2016 15:15 #259824 by forceuser
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To be clear I do believe in reality I have physically beat many highly trained martial artists I have been in the United States military jumped out of planes repelled graduated from the Sheriff's Department earned a contractor's license and real estate license to name a few
Yes I have been highly trained in reality
All I can tell you is this if all you believe in is what you can touch with your hands you have a longer way to becoming a Jedi

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