Nov 05, 1997 10:31 AM
In a message dated 97-11-05 10:31:24 EST, you write:
>If you do feel good inspite of the presence of a conflict, that's wonderful.
Actually, conflict makes me feel good.
>"And, as that concentration is on violent action, as opposed to stasis, it
>will have an immediate impact on the mental atmosphere of anyone
>who is open to it."
>Except to the "stasis", I agree. It's also a very good example: when one is
>close to a violent action it feels as if the violent force flows through
>walls and doors etc. which it couldn't if it would be a stasis.
True, the energy fields expand exponentially and everyone in the vicinity of
a good argument, for example, will feel the effect even some time after the
event has passed.
Chuck the Heretic
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