Thanks for a great chat everyone, especially thanks to Justin for organizing it and Tom for making the time for it!
I can use the answers from Tom to actual practical applications, my decision space is now larger when operating in NPMR, more specifically about how one should approach visiting new reality frames by having the intent to be taken the place where the most learning can be done. In dealing with negative entities, I will now always try to consider the decision of destroying versus other options (though I seriously doubt I have the power to destroy anything, but still a good thing to show care), previously I didn't consider that one could go to a point consciousness state, while having an encounter, that seems like the best thing to do for a more focused intent. Thanks to Tom for again stressing how important fearlessness is, I think you made it very clear Tom. Tom also mentioned the concept of being right
, having the complete feeling that this is justice and right, without any ego involved, and how that gives great power in the interaction, that was a new but also important concept to consider deeply. Of course being unjust would then equally make one vulnerable by the feeling of doing something wrong.
I would really have liked to talk more, but my ineptitude of the English spoken language hindered me from doing so, many of the words I say are said for the first time, since I've had little opportunity to speak English.
Runi, I'm sorry for leading everybody to the incorrect pronunciation of your name. I'm pretty sure I have it now. The R sounds close to a W yes.... Wuni?
Hehe, I have never seen these exotic pronunciations of my name, but they are fun :D The correct pronunciation would be hard in English I think, but Tom said it in the American English way the first time. It's very alike saying "Rooney", from the English foot ballplayer Wayne Rooney. It can be heard here: http://da.forvo.com/word/wayne_rooney/