Ted Vollers wrote:
You fail to follow your own dictum regarding clarity. Have you read any of Tom Campbell's writings or watched his presentations? Or have you just arrived to tell all of us unenlightened ones how it really is as the teenager that you appear to be (and apparently are) using an avatar name based upon Latin that you think sounds 'cool'?
Yeah Ted, I've read some of his work.
His stuff about open-minded skepticism is incredible, it's really the only way to approach new ideas - consider the possibility that they might be true, then look at the world as if they are true to find out.
Really changed my life, to say the least.
, my name is
cool. Or at least sounds cool. To me. That's all that matters, right :)?
A little less atmospherics and pseudo profundities and indeed, more politeness, will go further to impress here.
Where do you see me trying to impress anyone?
I'm just throwing this on the table for people to consider. This is stuff that's actually working for me - right now.
There is a small history of those arriving here with a blinding flash and deafening report who prove to have little to say but much ego to base it upon. Are you among those of that persuasion or do you have an actual desire to participate in the board discussions? There is a purpose to this board beyond personal aggrandizement.
It all really hangs on if what I'm saying is accurate, doesn't it?
I think this stuff is very, very useful. Problem is, I can't explain it much in Tom's terms - I'm only starting the second book. Sorry.
BUT, that doesn't make it not true. It not being true makes it not true, not different terms. Here, I made a thread explaining this: viewtopic.php?f=13&t=6796