windwalker wrote:AlexF wrote:
The arguments always seem to be had by parties that don't have hands on experience.
Of course, the other argument is that we have all been converted and willingly throw ourselves, tank, like looking stupid writhing around in pretend pain blah blah
Which are the same arguments used by some of the same people commenting when commenting negatively on others clips not having been there.I would have thought though, the same experience had by over 1,000 would say something?
Does it matter how many people have felt it If the discussions are only held by PM among those that have attended the seminars
why post on a public site knowing that things shown will be questioned.
It tends to lead to counter postt's amusing to watch how it seems completely impossible for you to even take into account the simple fact that many people who post here and comment on these clips and photos, who have actually been there, in person, on more than one occasion, might actually be telling you the truth about what is/was happening there, and what Dan's work is like... And that somehow they (we) are all either collectively lying, or are all completely delusional
Just looking at the clips I myself have no problems, questions, nor arguments with what is presented
I do question the point of presenting anything:
If “it has to be felt” why post on a public discussion board.
The only reason I posted on this public site was to let those people that may still interested if seeking this "stuff" out (through all the background noise) that the "method" is explainable by people training it even though it hasn't been done on RSF.
Windwalker would you feel comfortable explaining your teachers method publicly on a site he himself frequents?
Dan can speak for himself, he can defend himself and "his method" (if you want to call it that though he repeatedly says its not his its hundreds if not thousands of years old) both verbally and physically. I've told him many times he's mad even arguing this stuff online, especially now so many people have felt him and are working the material, but then again I met him through reading his discussions online, so go figure.
I have enjoyed reading Emptyflower and RSF for many years, I rarely post, it doesn't mean I don't appreciate and respect what's discussed from the background even when my personal experience doesn't match. It makes me think, examine, re-examine... do I need to share that? The things "I" question? I think not.
I offer my opinions when I chose to and to whom I chose. I don't feel the need to argue every point or right every wrong each to their own.
The bottom line is I can pop in, read what I want, say what I want (respecting others).
If you or others don't like it, cool, deal with it, just like if I don't like what you wrote I deal. As it is within your right to ask why do it publicly in the first place.