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Clay Lowe

@soulcruzer
 · 1yr ago · 4:46
Who's that staring back at you in the mirror?

"…But is it, though, is it or is that if you think of the mind comes out as unpredictable computer to start off with, and then people start programming it. And now it's full of programs full of programs that some of them you didn't even have a choice. Someone else programmed it. It's in there, and you're executing these programs. I read this one book. It's called The Conscious Robot, in the sense that from birth, you're being programmed.…"

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Ophelia Johnson

@LadyO
 · 1yr ago · 4:40

"…I think about that little girl and what it was that made her so happy. And the biggest thing for me was reading whether it was history books, whether it was I hated romance novels, I never understood what the big deal was about that. But Detective novels, murder mystery, that type of thing.…"

Self love and self care

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Clay Lowe

@soulcruzer
 · 1yr ago · 2:26

"…Thanks, lady, for such a beautiful and thoughtful reply. I took a lot out of that, actually, in terms of finding your authentic self, I like this idea of remembering the time in your happiest point in your life and who was that person and what was going on, what was happening in your life that made it the happiest time of your life. When I think back on that and extract it is for me as well.…"

Fantastic @LadyO 🙌🙏🤘

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Sontaia Briggs

@PKBriggs
 · 1yr ago · 3:12

"…I think we'll find ourselves or we could find ourselves if we just go to a place where we're alone and there's no consequence and there aren't any people to reflect off of. And then that's when we will truly find ourselves. Maybe this is why religious or spiritual.…"

Wow! Great question whew 😅 @soulcruzer

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Clay Lowe

@soulcruzer
 · 1yr ago · 4:19

"…Now I'm really thinking I went on the road to Santiago in Northern Spain, the pilgrimage, and I can remember when I was walking that after about three or four days, the ordinary world starts to disappear, as in the things that you would normally worry about back at home time. And you got to be here and got to do that in these different tasks.…"

The answer lies within @PKBriggs

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Sontaia Briggs

@PKBriggs
 · 1yr ago · 2:01

"…Wow. This is getting so deep. Yeah. That sounds really amazing. That walk that you did. I want to do stuff like that, apparently in New York State, eight. There's this monastery that you can go. I think it could be free. And you could stay there for, like, a weekend. And it's just quiet. There's nothing. There's a room there's, like a community place to eat. But no one's talking.…"

This is deep. @soulcruzer

Process Imagining

@rafaelreyesiii
 · 1yr ago · 4:59

"…Hello, so cruiser. And thank you, PK, for inviting me to this question. I don't think I have an answer, but I thought I'd join in, think about that for a bit. Authenticity is an interesting term word, because I don't think we fully know what our authentic selves are, but comes about by way of situations that call us to say, Well, what do we think about it? Who are we in this sense?…"

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