2009.06.11 - Workshop 17

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    The following is a transcript of the workshop for June 11th 2009.

    Monty Tigerfish: Hello Scathach
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello monty
    Monty Tigerfish: Hello Stim
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello Stim
    Stim Morane: Hi Scathach, Monty
    Scathach Rhiadra: How are you both today?
    Monty Tigerfish: Good, and you?
    Stim Morane: Fine, thanks!
    Scathach Rhiadra: fine
    Pila Mulligan: hi everyone
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello Pila
    Monty Tigerfish: Hi Pila
    Stim Morane: Hi Pila
    Gaya Ethaniel: Hello everyone :)
    Stim Morane: Hi Gaya
    Monty Tigerfish: Hello Gaya
    Pila Mulligan: hi Gaya
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello Gaya, Wester
    Pila Mulligan: 'lo Wester
    Monty Tigerfish: Hi Wester
    Stim Morane: Hi Wester
    Wester Kiranov: hi stim, hi all
    Pila Mulligan: hi Mick
    Gaya Ethaniel: Hello Micko :)
    Monty Tigerfish: Hello Mick
    Stim Morane: Hi Mick
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello Mick
    Mickorod Renard: Hiya Pila Stim Gaya Monty
    Mickorod Renard: hey websey
    Wester Kiranov: hi mickey
    Gaya Ethaniel: :)
    Stim Morane: Well ... it's a small group today, but perhaps we should get going anyhow.
    Mickorod Renard: hiya scath
    Mickorod Renard: I know three others are on route
    Stim Morane: Fefonz?
    Mickorod Renard: traffic
    Mickorod Renard: yes
    Stim Morane: OK, we can wait then
    Stim Morane: :)
    Wester Kiranov: there was no e-mail ionvitation, so people might have forgotten
    Gaya Ethaniel: Hello Fefonz :)
    Monty Tigerfish: I-70 is slow
    Wester Kiranov: brb
    Fefonz Quan: Hey All
    Monty Tigerfish: Hi Fefonz
    Mickorod Renard: yea
    Stim Morane: Oh, that's interesting.
    Stim Morane: I'll have to check on that.
    Scathach Rhiadra: Hello Fefonz
    Pila Mulligan: hi Fefonz
    Stim Morane: Hi Fefonz
    Wester Kiranov: back
    Stim Morane: So we've started discussing various traditional teachings regarding "codependent arising" and how they might help our own contemplative practice and life in general.
    Stim Morane: We will also consider similar-seeming features of scientific theory ... later in this workshop series.
    Stim Morane: As always, my preference is to connect view teachings with actual practice, and vice versa. So I suggested we tie the presentation of codependent arising to our previous work on holding ethical precepts in ordinary life as a form of contemplation.
    Stim Morane: Let's start today with an update on how our first volunteers are doing. Gaya and Mick, do you have anything further to report about your experiments?
    Mickorod Renard: after you gaya
    Fefonz Quan: Mick is such a gentleman :)
    Scathach Rhiadra: :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: On alcohol intoxication right ... I did 'drinking meditation' and well got really drunk (my body) than last time for reasons unknown to me. My body says 'enough' for a while ...
    Mickorod Renard: grin
    Gaya Ethaniel: :)
    Stim Morane: :)
    Stim Morane: do you see anything new?
    Gaya Ethaniel: I don't have to force 'no' in a way ... I don't feel I need to avoid having wine around home anymore, well not as much as I felt before.
    Stim Morane: OK, fair enough.
    Mickorod Renard: shall I start?
    Gaya Ethaniel: mhm :)
    Mickorod Renard: well, as you all know,,I dont smoke much
    Mickorod Renard: but, i find what i do smoke is an addiction
    Mickorod Renard: and it frustrates me so much,,seeing it has a hold on me
    Mickorod Renard: and I make excuses to myself
    Mickorod Renard: like,,if everyone took away the problems i wud feel calm and could give up
    Mickorod Renard: silly i know
    Mickorod Renard: but there is something deep goin on
    Mickorod Renard: and I dont like it,,it is an alien inside of me..if u know what I mean
    Mickorod Renard: ok,,done for the mom
    Stim Morane: so you're saying if life were not so stressful, you wouldn't be so drawn to the smoking?
    Mickorod Renard: yes
    Mickorod Renard: I am not sure i believe it
    Stim Morane: what have you tried so far, re dropping the cigar routine?
    Mickorod Renard: I try resisting in the morning
    Stim Morane: :)
    Stim Morane: how do you "resist"?
    Mickorod Renard: so I only can smoke when get home after work
    Mickorod Renard: the resistance is like,,not looking
    Mickorod Renard: knowing its there,,but trying to dismiss the craving
    Stim Morane: OK
    Mickorod Renard: like as if u think u can see something bad,,and u will it to not appear
    Stim Morane: We'll come back to that.
    Mickorod Renard: ok
    Stim Morane: Yes
    Stim Morane: I've introduced some traditional teaching framed as a series of links. The idea is to break the chain of enslavement to samsara. But that doesn't mean "not smoking", it means "not suffering".
    Stim Morane: Could you just "enjoy the cigar"?
    Mickorod Renard: yes
    Mickorod Renard: but that sounds too simple
    Stim Morane: No
    Stim Morane: Please try that and report back
    Mickorod Renard: ok,,
    Stim Morane: really, the issue here is not repression, but dealing with the mind of samsara
    Stim Morane: don't let it beat you up so much
    Monty Tigerfish: If you can just enjoy the cigar, can you also just enjoy not smoking?
    Stim Morane: Yes, that might come later. I'm being sneaky.
    Monty Tigerfish: ok
    Gaya Ethaniel: :)
    Wester Kiranov: :D
    Mickorod Renard: sounds much better already
    Stim Morane: Of course the cigar has addictive ingredients, but I'm not going to worry about that for now.
    Stim Morane: :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: Stim I have a question, about avoiding, repression and so on ...
    Stim Morane: L
    Stim Morane: ?
    Gaya Ethaniel: This way of dealing with things can become a habit ... I think. What do you say?
    Stim Morane: Explain more, Gaya?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Well last week, you said avoidance doesn't work and I've been thinking a lot of this ... how avoiding is a kind of habit I employ sometimes unconsciously to deal with various situations.
    Gaya Ethaniel: Like Mick said, dismiss the urge, I sometimes push my feelings aside not to feel bad for example.
    Stim Morane: yes
    Stim Morane: pushing feelings aside could itself mean several things
    Gaya Ethaniel: Mostly, just not thinking about them really I meant by it.
    Stim Morane: if you can see an attachment, or incitement to a habit you'd like to drop, and see it so clearly that it releases its hold, that's one thing.
    Stim Morane: Yes, I see
    Gaya Ethaniel: ok
    Stim Morane: But ducking things is different ... it may work up to a point, but we can do more
    Stim Morane: so yes, habits of avoidance are part of the pattern, not a way of releasing the pattern
    Stim Morane: let's really enjoy life, and be free!
    Gaya Ethaniel: ok :)
    Stim Morane: this doesn't mean being free of everything life has to offer, it means truly appreciating things, with awareness
    Monty Tigerfish: I like that idea
    Stim Morane: I mean, food is bad for you too.
    Stim Morane: Are we going to stop eating?
    Stim Morane: etc etc
    Mickorod Renard: sounds great,,
    Stim Morane: Mick, you have agreed to work with "enjoying the cigar". That means you have to really give it a go ... see what you can do along those lines, and with what consequences (immediate and subsequent), how is your sense of self affected, esteem issues, etc?
    Monty Tigerfish: Are you giving us permission, Stim?
    Stim Morane: I'm giving you a homework assignment, Monty
    Stim Morane: a nice one, but tricky
    Stim Morane: So will you report back, Mick?
    Mickorod Renard: ok Stim,,I am likely to enjoy this bit
    Monty Tigerfish: <--foot in mouth, lol
    Mickorod Renard: yes,,certainly Stim
    Stim Morane: no, good question, Monty
    Stim Morane: thanks
    Stim Morane: and you, Gaya? What will you try next?
    Stim Morane: up to you ...
    Gaya Ethaniel: I did lying and killing this week but will continue with alcohol and whatever else comes up but I do hope to ask questions next week too :)
    Stim Morane: OK, good. Thanks.
    Stim Morane: Our more recent volunteers, Scathach and Wester, may also have comments about their own investigations.

    Wester, would you like to begin?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Thank you :)
    Wester Kiranov: It's in the wiki http://ways-of-knowing.wik.is/3Reports/Wester_Kiranov/Report_16
    Stim Morane: uh oh, sorry!
    Mickorod Renard: we cud try swapping next week Gaya
    Gaya Ethaniel: You want me to take up smoking again? >.< I'm really afraid of it Mick.
    Gaya Ethaniel: Afraid of getting hooked again ...
    Gaya Ethaniel: So don't ask pls :)
    Mickorod Renard: sorry, i was joking,,but its a funny thought
    Gaya Ethaniel: It is :)
    Stim Morane: thanks, Wester. A nice report.
    Wester Kiranov: Thank you
    Stim Morane: Last week, toward the end, I was redefining "will power"
    Stim Morane: I don't know if my comments seem meaningful, but perhaps as we go they will acquire some application
    Stim Morane: the basic point was that "will power" comes from more appreciation of what you really are
    Stim Morane: it's a natural thing, not a struggle
    Stim Morane: the nature asserts its own character and preference
    Stim Morane: does that make sense?
    arabella Ella nods
    Wester Kiranov: very much
    Stim Morane: homework?
    Fefonz Quan: that will need further explanation
    Gaya Ethaniel nods.
    Monty Tigerfish nods
    Stim Morane: I can add comments, but really it's something that has to be tried via practice
    Stim Morane: the main point is that you are not a "self" in the sense most commonly undestood.
    Fefonz Quan: do you say that will power is a natural behavior?
    Stim Morane: you are a living being!
    Mickorod Renard: yes,,feeling apreciation of oneself is likely to make ones confidence build up and desire to look after ones body and soul more
    Stim Morane: will power is a natural expression of what you are, beyond the "self"
    Stim Morane: yes, Mick
    Stim Morane: so Fefonz, I'm not talking about a self gaining more will power.
    arabella Ella: do you mean weakness of will gives rise to the chain of bad habits?
    Stim Morane: I'm talking about your living nature expressing itself more
    Stim Morane: weakness of will = no connection to what you really are
    arabella Ella nods
    Monty Tigerfish: comforting
    Stim Morane: we don't need stronger wills in the ordinary sense, we need to be more truly and fully what we are.
    Mickorod Renard: I bet its something like whats leading what?,,like the horse or the man?
    Stim Morane: that is very strong
    Stim Morane: could be, Mick
    Stim Morane: right now, we've got strong identifications with a self that we are not, really ... in any important sense.
    Stim Morane: that is a weak position
    Mickorod Renard: maybe when I started cigars,,they had a well being image..now i think of them as dirty
    Stim Morane: and it is precisely what feeds notions of giving up things, feeling bad about failures, etc
    Stim Morane: Mick, part of you may feel that way.
    Mickorod Renard: yes
    Fefonz Quan: it sounds comforting, though the hidden variable remain 'what we really are'
    Stim Morane: But nothing will change until there's a more integrated perception
    Stim Morane: Fefonz, start with what you think you are.
    Stim Morane: Look into that
    arabella Ella: is there any way Stim in which we can help each other in finding out 'who we think we are'?
    Stim Morane: Can you find ways to expand or grow into yourself that aren't just feeding the ordinary notion, the story, of who you are?
    Stim Morane: good idea, arabella
    Stim Morane: perhaps you will all come up with answers. Community is important in this regard.
    arabella Ella: yes
    Stim Morane: We human beings are social, through and through
    Fefonz Quan: it is hard to go beyond the story.
    Stim Morane: yes, Fefonz.
    Stim Morane: But no "contemplative spirituality" is forthcoming otherwise
    Stim Morane: it's not skippable
    Mickorod Renard: are we not just the story we create?
    Stim Morane: That's for you to decide, Mick
    Fefonz Quan: and some direction of going beyond it are quite megalomanic
    Stim Morane: I would say "no", but that's not helpful
    Stim Morane: yes, true, Fefonz.
    Stim Morane: Perhaps there is a natural alternative
    Mickorod Renard: ?
    Stim Morane: we don't need to become impressive, or oddly strong-willed, just to relax and enjoy what life is
    arabella Ella: a natural alternative?
    Stim Morane: we are the natural alternative
    arabella Ella: i get an image Stim
    Gaya Ethaniel: There are times for me that I feel freer ... I notice my posture getting better in those times normally.
    Stim Morane: :)
    Stim Morane: yes
    arabella Ella: of us filling up a new 'skin' or image of our true self
    arabella Ella: as a whole human being
    Stim Morane: the ordinary self imposes a posture on us
    Stim Morane: yes, ara
    Fefonz Quan: and the breathing gets deeper
    Stim Morane: great image
    arabella Ella: like a balloon
    Stim Morane: uh oh
    Stim Morane: that might be risky
    Stim Morane: :)
    Mickorod Renard: I guess we project our story in front of our now,,this is the ever repeting trap
    Monty Tigerfish: I like the metaphor
    Stim Morane: anyway ... Scathach, do you have some things to report?
    Scathach Rhiadra: yes the report is on the wiki
    arabella Ella: i dont mean a baloon as arrogance ... far from that ... more like a baloon in the form of our true inner self
    Scathach Rhiadra: http://ways-of-knowing.wik.is/3Reports/Sc%c3%a1thach_Rhiadra/Report_16
    Stim Morane: oh, interesting case
    Stim Morane: very challenging
    Fefonz Quan nods
    Stim Morane: ideas, anyone?
    Pila Mulligan: Scath, maybe you could make a little moat around the anthill, with an opening directed away form your clothesliine :) ?
    Fefonz Quan: kill the musquito before it bites you? :)
    Scathach Rhiadra: report was a bit sparse, not used to writing like that:)
    Stim Morane: good to be concise
    Scathach Rhiadra: it is a concrete yardPila
    Stim Morane: so why are they there?
    Mickorod Renard: kill them,,it is a test..he he
    Scathach Rhiadra: there are a lot of cracks, they come through them
    Stim Morane: now now ...
    Gaya Ethaniel: puha
    Stim Morane: so you're not feeding them in any way?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Mick, have a cigar and relax :)
    Monty Tigerfish: trash can?
    arabella Ella: could you sweep them away with a broom out of the yard elsewhere and give them food there to breed outside?
    Fefonz Quan: lol Gaya
    Mickorod Renard: when I was a child I loved ants,,they were so facinating
    Scathach Rhiadra: no, I don't think so
    Wester Kiranov: borrow an anteater?
    Stim Morane: that's a big problem then.
    Mickorod Renard: and I would be the king of the army of ants in the garden etc
    Stim Morane: and they bite you?
    arabella Ella: get some lizards or frogs in the yard too
    Scathach Rhiadra: funnily enough the idea of borrowing an anteater did occur to me:)
    Stim Morane: :)
    Gaya Ethaniel: :)
    Stim Morane: good luck
    Stim Morane: well, that's hard.
    Scathach Rhiadra: yes they bite!
    Monty Tigerfish: anteaters 'R Us
    Mickorod Renard: isnt that like killing them?
    arabella Ella: food chain?
    Scathach Rhiadra: or interfering with nature maybe?
    Stim Morane: all I can say quickly is that you can at least work with your own mind.
    Stim Morane: the rest sounds tricky
    Scathach Rhiadra: anteaters are not natural here
    Stim Morane: you're in Scotland?
    Scathach Rhiadra: Ireland
    Stim Morane: yes, sorry
    Fefonz Quan: if you cook them the food chain remains
    Stim Morane: I didn't realize ants were so agressive thee
    Stim Morane: *there
    Mickorod Renard: you cud pull all there legs off,,that way u havnt killed them but they stop annoyingyou
    Gaya Ethaniel: People eat ants in Israel?
    Stim Morane: :)
    Wester Kiranov: I hear frying them is tastier ;)
    Scathach Rhiadra: yes I am not the only person in the neighbourhood who has the problem
    Fefonz Quan: nope, was just trying to cheat the sstem :)
    Stim Morane: what a bad group of people
    Stim Morane: i'm shocked
    Stim Morane: )
    Gaya Ethaniel: -_- sorry
    Stim Morane: :)
    Scathach Rhiadra: :)
    arabella Ella: could you not patch up the cracks in the concrete yard?
    Stim Morane: well ... this is at least worth reading up about, or consulting some local help
    Scathach Rhiadra: um, without killing them?
    arabella Ella: they will find another way out
    Mickorod Renard: but still a test Scath
    Stim Morane: meanwhile, see what happens to your mind and emotions, and work on those levels
    Scathach Rhiadra: ok:)
    Fefonz Quan: but humor aside, this is a real issue stim, with other bugs too.
    arabella Ella: sweep them with a broom on to a newspaper and drive out to a field to leave them there
    Stim Morane: sometimes there is no simple answer on the external level
    Stim Morane: :)
    Stim Morane: ants are hard to move en masse
    Stim Morane: it's a collective entity
    arabella Ella: i only suggested thhat cos i have done it in the past myself with ants in my kitchen
    Stim Morane: yes, you can do it with the scrounger ants
    arabella Ella: or spiders too
    Pila Mulligan: I use a human mouse trap and have found I need to take the little buggers quite some distance to release them or else they return
    Pila Mulligan: humane*
    Stim Morane: but the whole colony would be tough to move
    Pila Mulligan: = non-lethal
    Stim Morane: yes, that's been so forever, Pila
    arabella Ella: he he i was wondering what a human mouse trap would look like
    Stim Morane: there are a lot of stories about that in Tibet
    Pila Mulligan: :)
    Stim Morane: well ... perhaps we should move on.
    Pila Mulligan: they almost knock on the door when they get back
    Fefonz Quan: A big cheese inside Ara :)
    arabella Ella giggles
    Stim Morane: I'm sorry I don't have a neater comment or solution re this last issue
    arabella Ella: a chameleon would feed on ants too i think
    Gaya Ethaniel: Sometimes maybe, something needs to die ...
    Fefonz Quan: killing but with a clear mind and no hate?
    arabella Ella: well there is also sometimes the problem with roaches
    Monty Tigerfish: things die every day
    Mickorod Renard: I think the degree of the problem is the degree it effects you in the mind
    Scathach Rhiadra: well I can see how you mean work on the mind, the internal
    Stim Morane: my main concern is to raise the possibility that you can all find ways to apply the traditional formula of 12 links, and other, more subtle teachings, to your own lives.
    Stim Morane: A famous ancient Theravadin teacher named Buddhaghosa offered a simple (sad) story to illustrate the traditional cycle of 12 links:
    Stim Morane: 1. the blind person does not see what's in front of him; 2. he stumbles; 3. he falls; 4. he develops an abscess; 5. it gets worse & stuff accumulates in it; 6. which presses on it, and 7. hurts; 8. he longs for a cure. 9. has recourse to the wrong doctor; 10. uses the wrong ointment; 11. so the abscess swells up; and 12. bursts.
    Stim Morane: Ick.
    Gaya Ethaniel: ouch#
    Stim Morane: The idea Buddhaghosa's story offers is that once we move in the wrong direction, the very things we use as remedies actually make our problem worse, etc etc.
    arabella Ella: yes
    Stim Morane: It would be comical if it weren't so tragic. Tragicomical, I guess.
    Mickorod Renard: yes
    Fefonz Quan: hmm, interesting
    Stim Morane: Have you seen this tragicomedy play out in your own lives?
    arabella Ella: like a downward spiral
    Mickorod Renard: I have made observasions like that in my rl
    Stim Morane: yes
    Stim Morane: So contemplatives using the traditional teaching try to see how the 12 links scheme applies re where they are at a given moment ... then they run the scheme forward and back, getting more acquainted with their situation in these terms. The 12 links can be used to cover how we get into trouble, and also how we get out (see what the cause was, see the result, etc., learn to not set up the cause, be free of the result, etc).
    Gaya Ethaniel: When I can laugh about them, maybe I can talk about them >.<
    Stim Morane: But again, please concentrate on seeing your situation more clearly, before you worry about breaking the chain, getting off the train.
    Stim Morane: yes, Gaya
    Stim Morane: And don't confuse already being very familiar with what tends to happen with real seeing ... traditional teaching is supposed to give you views, focusing agents, that are closer to what useful seeing would be like. Our ordinary perceptions, thoughts and judgments are not "seeing". OK?
    Gaya Ethaniel: How can I deal with fear better Stim? Seeing more will naturally help with that?
    Mickorod Renard: hold on Stim,,I need to understand that
    arabella Ella: yes stim could you expand on that a bit more please?
    Stim Morane: So what should I try to clarify?
    Gaya Ethaniel: My question can wait :)
    Stim Morane: OK, thank, Gaya
    Fefonz Quan: "Our ordinary perceptions, thoughts and judgments are not "seeing". OK?" for now that is what we have
    Mickorod Renard: ok,,but dont we all run multi universes through our minds all the time?
    Stim Morane: we use our ordinary perceptions and judgments to recognize and focus in on our "problems"
    Stim Morane: but these are themselves part of the problem
    Stim Morane: so we can't just rely on those ways of learning about an issue
    Mickorod Renard: I see
    Stim Morane: this is why there are traditional teachings ... they are meant to replace our ordinary perspectives
    Stim Morane: OK?
    Mickorod Renard: our own perceptions may be ,,not correct?
    Pila Mulligan: like seeing something in a different light?
    Monty Tigerfish: That's a hard lesson to learn, STim
    Stim Morane: Yes
    Mickorod Renard: yea
    Stim Morane: It's difficult, but otherwise we're trying TO SOLVE THE WRONG PROBLEM, USING THE WRONG REMEDY
    arabella Ella: but ... if we manage to develop communal learning amongst ourselves ... do you think we could also help each other to change our perceptions Stim?
    Mickorod Renard: this is why we need some ,,like commandments
    Stim Morane: great point, ara
    Monty Tigerfish: I've been looking for that too, Mick
    Stim Morane: yes, that is, I hope, part of what we can accomplish here
    Stim Morane: and there are ways to do even more along those lines
    Stim Morane: but commandments, no ...
    arabella Ella: good ... only ... as i was discussing at PaB, if we help each other out there I would prefer it not to be chat logged
    Monty Tigerfish: The wrong path......
    arabella Ella: signposts perhaps?
    Gaya Ethaniel: I just question my perceptions whenever I can ... this helps. Is this kind of practice you mean Stim?
    arabella Ella: showing us the path?
    Stim Morane: I see, ara
    Stim Morane: well, I'm not sure what we should try to work into our little meetings, then, vs elsewhere in SL
    Stim Morane: we'll have to consider thi
    Stim Morane: this
    Mickorod Renard: learning from mistakes is ok to a degree,,if u are old like me
    Stim Morane: Gaya, we can start from that point ... but what do you do once you've questioned a perception?
    Monty Tigerfish: and me
    Stim Morane: :)
    arabella Ella: what i meant stim was that if certain discussions become too revealing, the idea that our chat is being logged may be an inhibitor
    Stim Morane: yes, I understand, ara
    Gaya Ethaniel: Just examine why I felt/thought that and so on and really check if I'm sure that is the case.
    Stim Morane: it's up to the group, I guess
    Stim Morane: OK, Gaya.
    Mickorod Renard: yes,,we may get arrested
    Wester Kiranov: as i understand, you can always ask parts of the chat not to be looged on PaB
    Gaya Ethaniel: I'm at that stage ... Stim.
    Wester Kiranov: *logged
    Stim Morane: Well perhaps something we introduce here can help with that "checking", Gaya
    Scathach Rhiadra: and we could make the wiki private
    Gaya Ethaniel: yes?
    Gaya Ethaniel: Another focusing agent??
    Stim Morane: unfortunately, we're out of time
    Stim Morane: Gaya, the teaching itself is intended to be our focusing agent
    Gaya Ethaniel: ahhhhh
    Mickorod Renard: I nearly wanted to swear when u said that Stim
    Stim Morane: but that only works based on trial and error, iterative attempts
    Stim Morane: which, Mick?
    Mickorod Renard: about time up
    Stim Morane: Which, Mick?
    Stim Morane: oh, sorry
    Pila Mulligan: thanks, Stim, and as usual it was a most interesting hour
    Scathach Rhiadra: :)
    Wester Kiranov: have to go, sorry, rl
    Wester Kiranov: bye
    Gaya Ethaniel: ok :)
    arabella Ella: bye wester
    Mickorod Renard: yes,,thankyou Stim,,very nice
    Scathach Rhiadra: bye Wester
    Stim Morane: OK, bye Wester!
    Gaya Ethaniel: Thank you Stim and everyone :)
    Monty Tigerfish: Thanks again, Stim
    arabella Ella: thank you Stim
    Fefonz Quan: quite a cliffhanger we got today :)
    Mickorod Renard: bye wester
    Fefonz Quan: bye wester
    Stim Morane: remember, Mick ... try to enjoy, and see what happens!
    Scathach Rhiadra: thank you Stim, good night
    Gaya Ethaniel: :)
    Mickorod Renard: ok,,I need enjoy
    Stim Morane: good night!
    Stim Morane: bye everyone
    arabella Ella: nite
    Fefonz Quan: night Stim
    Mickorod Renard: nite Stim
    Gaya Ethaniel: Smoking meditation :)
    Scathach Rhiadra: good night all, Namaste
    Fefonz Quan: Bye Scath
    Mickorod Renard: bye Scath

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