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A Group to Discuss Experiences related to creativity that are completely out of the ordinary. This includes synchronicities, unexplainable phenomenon, miracles, muses, etc.

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Comment by wiffledust on February 7, 2012 at 10:56pm

wa"beyond belief"...has anyone seen this show? i just watched a segment on psychic kids. have any of you ever met any kids with special extraordinary sensitivities like this?

Comment by wiffledust on January 14, 2012 at 9:56am

we want some extraordinary stories in here, people!

Comment by wiffledust on August 3, 2011 at 10:14pm
watching a special on the afterlife on abc's nightline by the reporter who experienced it. if i find video, i'll post it
Comment by wiffledust on April 27, 2011 at 1:32am
somebody needs to share some extraordinary tales around here soon!
Comment by wiffledust on January 9, 2011 at 4:08pm
congresswoman giffords had a bullet go through her brain, and yet she's still with us and responsive. this is a miracle.
Comment by wiffledust on January 4, 2011 at 6:17pm
how very cool, bains!!!! people do both suck and rock, but i love looking long enough to see them rock. and it's SO COOL when someone just does something RIGHT like this....and when the timing is perfect, you can't help but wonder, right? thanks for sharing this!
Comment by Bains on January 4, 2011 at 4:22pm

It was 1983, I think, and my sister D, her boyfriend (my Dad's "favorite son") KikoRob and my just younger than me bro and I went to an Indians game in early Sept. Got utterly trashed on the ganja during the game and my sis did leave her purse behind. We didn't even realize it 'til we were out the gate and headed into the parking lot. That's how high we all were. 

 

Well, of course her car keys, money and the ganj were all in that purse and we weren't getting back home (45 miles to the W of downtown C-Town) without ANY of 'em. {rollin'eyes}  I was already tres agnostico by this time in my life, searching for a deity and fairly sure there was one but still ignorant (and knowing it) about most of the world's faiths.  None-the-less, I was feeling way out of luck since Cleveland was essentially a variety of Hell at that time. D & KR went off to the seats to see if it was still back there, so I plopped my but down on a guardrail and starting talking to Whatever, just saying over and over again, "God find this for us and ...." I honest can't now recall what I'd promised repeatedly for that 10 or 15 mins of repetitive zen begging, but am pretty sure it wasn't to be a christian again.

 

Next thing you know, here come the two of them, smiling and grateful dancing through the lot back to where my bro and I sat.  Turns out the purse wasn't at the seats, so they found the lost and found.  No one there had seen it either and they were starting to panic (heh! starting to! :) ) when in walks this giant cat in shabby baggy clothes carrying something protectively against his chest.  He hands Her Purse over to the peops at the counter and just said words to the effect of, "Found it by where I was sitting. Probably someone's looking for it."  Apparently he just turned and walked away without looking at anyone.  Sis opens it when the peops at the desk let her see inside it and everything is there. Everything.  Untouched. Unrifled through.  Intact. 

 

That incident did more to engender my faith in People than it did in any deity, but it also kept me searching.  And the search has been worth it, even sans any actual deities discovered.  People both Suck and Rock.  I'll never deny any individual their capacity to Rock, no matter how much they may seem to Suck at a given time. 

 

Namas te

Comment by wiffledust on January 4, 2011 at 3:54pm
looking forward to it, bains!
Comment by Bains on January 4, 2011 at 2:16pm

The thing about the atheists using the same location in the brain to achieve the "prayer state":  It's actually not a stumper at all.  It's soooo cool that all hominids have that confluence of activities which produce beta (I think) waves. The same as in REM sleep. It doesn't matter what faith is using the meditation techniques as long as the person does it sincerely their brain will (heheh) vibrate that same way. :))

 

My own personal Extraordinary story to follow. :))

Comment by wiffledust on October 30, 2010 at 4:56pm
maybe you were meant to be a scuptor, ericka???? i mean most people don't stalk nuns only to get a humorous one who made you create! LOL!
 

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