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 Post subject: NPMR Rule-sets
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 8:04 am 
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I started thinking about rule-sets this morning and wondered if the ones that govern NPNR can be described or if understanding the rule-sets needs to be by experience and according to your state of being?

Your thoughts are appreciated.

Kathy


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 Post subject: Re: NPMR Rule-sets
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 8:01 pm 
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Kathy,

Describing the rules that define that portion of NPMR within OS in plain English is impossible. Human language only describes the possibilities of the PMR rule-set -- nothing more. It is easier to describe what it is not. Data is passed between beings with few constraints as to the form and function of the interaction. In our little corner of NPMR (N-Division), there are rules about who can do what to who and why, which limits certain destructive interactions. One can choose to break the rules but then one cannot choose to avoid the consequences. Individual free will is only free to make the choices that are available within its decision space. If you read the post: An Orientation to Nonphysical Experience viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2915&hilit= you will find some of the rules that define how we must communicate within NPMR.

You are correct, understanding any rule-set can be most effectively accomplished by experiencing the limitations of choices (information transfer) within that rule-set.

Tom C


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 Post subject: Re: NPMR Rule-sets
PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2009 9:17 am 
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Thanks Tom.

Yes reading the thread you mention is what got me thinking about this in the first place and what you're saying makes sense. I would imagine this is why when we as a PMR being interacting with NPMR, that when our focus is "there" we might have perfect understanding, but then upon "returning" to our focus "here" the understanding of the data looses its meaning.

Kathy


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