It isn't as complicated as you'd think

 JustinDanger (@JustinDanger)6 years, 3 months ago

Heya there High Ex,

I’m a 17 year old alien American. That’s right, I’ve figured out I am not from the same place that everyone else in my world is from.

Alien or not (doe I definitely am), I’ve been checking out this site and I’ve noticed a lot of questions about spirituality, drugs, relationships, someone even mentioned 50 Shades of Grey and accurately dismissed it as C.R.A.P. [Can’t Read About Penis].

I’d like to throw an idea out there, you can love it, you can hate it, you can ignore it and talk about Drake instead… okay here goes:

Evolution is driven by desire. It is not a series of random mutations that produces varieties of a species which then compete for resources to determine who has the “fittest” gene structure. Most mutations actually start as “mutations” of thoughts which later manifest themselves as physical changes in phenotype.

I’ll start with that, if you wish to hear more, I’ve got more.

Some are Roses,
Some are Thorns,
Justin Danger

February 13, 2015 at 9:17 pm
Akshat (6) (@ak08) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

yes I would love to hear more!!

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

When people think “truth” they think “science”
When people think “science” they think “data”
So, if you can’t get “data” to support an claim then it can’t be “true”

There’s a reason why everything is in quotes.

If there is one case of a person who managed to change their phenotype through internal processes, then we have proof that our phenotypes are plastic.

DNA is a code, and as we know, it’s a code which is constantly being rewritten, even if that rewriting is mere copying.

HOLD…if you believe that your body is a mere machine that functions entirely automatically please do not read on and continue to live as the robot you believe you are.

If you are enlightened enough to realize that your body is governed by a system of the same creative intelligence as something akin to our macroscopic society please read on.

If your DNA is being rewritten in every cell every second of every day, and your body is governed by system of a creative intelligence, then why could we not use that system of intelligence to “rewrite” the code to suit our desired forms.

We can, we have and we do.

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/12/17/how-exercise-changes-our-dna/?_r=0

Unfortunately, the vast majority of people who unknowingly engage in this practice are doing it for their detriment.
The person who consistently uses this power to their advantage is as rare as the Australian Leprechaun.
The reason is because to say such a thing is possible is taboo.

Taboo or not,
It is possible,
And it is one of the keys to unlocking a better future.

Some are Roses,
Some are Thorns,
Justin Danger

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Lowry (114) (@lowryderkid) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

I like the way you express yourself.

What is your goal with this knowledge?

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Akshat (6) (@ak08) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

I may sound like a critic/reporter/non-believer but bear with me. You said you figured out how ‘you’re not from the same place that everyone else in your world (or our world) is from? How did you come to this conclusion and what made you come to it?

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

You sound like an intelligent person with a healthy dose of ole’fashioned skepticism.

The answer to your question is slightly more complicated than you may initially guess.

I actually am from the same place everyone else is originally from.

We are all aliens.

However, most of us have ‘lost contact’ with our true selves and we are entirely ‘worlded’

If you ask most people where they are from, they’ll say something like,

“I’m from Iowa”

or

“I’m from Germany”

or

“I’m from Wesley College”

or

“I’m from the National Security Agency”

All these answers are false.

These identities are incidental. They do not need to have any bearing on how you understand yourself or the world around you.

Some are Roses,
Some are Thorns,
Justin Danger

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Mike Wuest (510) (@mikeyw829) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

I get what you’re saying, but I think using the term alien is kind of misleading and open to interpretation. And the word also carries a lot of baggage.

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

Perhaps you prefer mutant.

Some are Roses,
Some are Thorns,
Justin Danger

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Mike Wuest (510) (@mikeyw829) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

or perhaps, sane human being. It’s the “normal” people who are mutants.

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

Damn now you’re really flipping the script.

Never thought of looking at the kaleidoscope from the other end.

Either way, that grouping is where I fit.

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Akshat (6) (@ak08) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

@justindanger I believe you have answered my question (very vaguely but u did). Firstly, your answer is similar to the link I just posted here. Secondly, I agree with your questioning of who we really are. And not a lot of people tend to have that perception of reality.

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 3 months ago ago

I don’t know what started life on Earth.

I don’t know what caused the physical manifestations of homo-sapiens to leap forward in evolution and unlock the power of Logos.

I do know we individually possess power far beyond our wildest imagination.

I do know that one of the powers we possess is to craft our physical form to our exact wishes.

And I do know that most people neglect this power and misuse it to manifest the physical form that they exactly do not desire.

Some are Roses,
Some are Thorns,
Justin Danger

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Lowry (114) (@lowryderkid) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

Drake seemed cool and had potential, but I lost my interest in him after about his 3rd song.

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JustinDanger (41) (@JustinDanger) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

He’s done a lot since then.

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Lowry (114) (@lowryderkid) 6 years, 2 months ago ago

I’ll take your word for it. I wouldn’t know

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