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 on: September 09, 2016, 07:26:02 PM 
Started by stefan - Last post by jflozevis
For me, it's the aspect of tolerance and understanding for other people that I like so much in MT. It removes some guilt and explains that many things we judge in other people are just overleave stuff.

Then I asked a chart and found it relatively accurate. I am not sure that I am a King; I'm fleeing leadership so for a King, it's kind of abnormal.

As a mature 3rd level and with a life quadrant of knowledge, I was believing I was a scholar but that is just my overleaves which push me to seek knowledge; this is accurate.

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 on: August 03, 2016, 04:08:05 PM 
Started by Chiara DB - Last post by Chiara DB
I don't know how many of us are also fans of Jungian typology, but I just came across a Sage who says he is introverted. Do we know how common this is?

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 on: August 02, 2016, 06:37:56 PM 
Started by jflozevis - Last post by jflozevis
I found in another forum message by Jo that:
"An essence twin is a soul we team up with for an entire grand cycle to reflect ourselves back to us; it is the most intense relationship we can have. It is synonymous with the terms twin flame and twin soul, but not necessarily with soul mate."

I should have read the forum before asking my question...

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 on: July 04, 2016, 12:12:58 PM 
Started by jflozevis - Last post by jflozevis
For other people's roles, I'm trying to guess their roles. Some are, for me, pretty obvious but many are not though.

Moreover, I did not find my own role "king" and believed I was a "scholar". So I'm more humble now about guessing other's roles, despite my arrogance overleave...

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 on: July 04, 2016, 12:09:30 PM 
Started by Chiara DB - Last post by jflozevis
Keep the good work on the site!
For me, the goal of flow was a kind of revelation: I'm not obliged to accept or reject any situation; I can leave it as it is, no effort to do.
Maybe also, the goal of flow allows me to take a temporary goal if I wish so. I did no do it for now though.

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 on: July 04, 2016, 07:38:33 AM 
Started by Chiara DB - Last post by Dave
As Shepherd says, it's the goal of not having a goal. ;-)

For me, flow is about taking a break from growth-inducing activities. Life doesn't always accommodate that desire, but if you can squeeze out one mini vacation after another, it's surprising how good that can feel. Okay, so I'm being a bit delusional here. Though, I think that Big Lebowski guy has it right -- at least in theory. ;-)

Best,
Dave

P.S. - Still working on the MT site update. It's taking an eternity.

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 on: July 04, 2016, 07:30:24 AM 
Started by jflozevis - Last post by Dave
I like to call it the psychology of the soul. And I agree, the teachings do encompass a number of important areas in our lives. It certainly makes interacting with strangers more interesting. I find myself constantly gauging their eyes and facial expressions to guess roles. Knowing if you're dealing with a warrior or a priest can really change the dynamics of the interaction. It's fun.

And apologies for the late reply. I'm busy working on the update to the MT site. It's taken much longer than expected.

Best,
Dave

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 on: May 06, 2016, 07:07:42 PM 
Started by jflozevis - Last post by jflozevis
I like the MT belief system because it encompasses many psychological behaviours. It's really a great system explaining many things of our lives. I like also the tolerance it shows. Maybe it's a bit too intellectual but it is really worth the reading.

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 on: April 08, 2016, 03:49:13 PM 
Started by Chiara DB - Last post by Chiara DB
Thank you - that is funny that you were actually called the Big Lebowski, haha :)

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 on: April 05, 2016, 07:06:10 PM 
Started by Chiara DB - Last post by jflozevis
I was told by Shepherd Hoodwin that I have the goal of flow.

For me, it is as if I have no goal in the life, only living the life as it is. I follow the stream of the life. I have no great ambitions; my life as it is now is mostly OK. I seek no competition.

An ancient colleague was laughing at me, telling me I was 'the big Lozevis' (as big Lebowski).

Hope I answered partly your question. I don't know myself perfectly.

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