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The Universal Law Of Attraction

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  1. 1. are you aware of the Law of attraction?

    • Yes
    • No
    • No- but maybe I have felt something
  2. 2. Do you believe you have total control over every one of your life experiences?

    • Yes
    • No
    • Its possible but how is that possible
    • No I only have a limited control
  3. 3. can you open your mind to the possibility of total control?

    • Yes
    • No
    • where does my creator fit in all this


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Definition number three seems diametrically oppsed to the first two definitions. What about that "stoned" part?

"Hey dude, he was really grocked." <==stoned but being intuitive as well. :lol:

namaste

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I assumed it was from Heinlein..... 1961... stranger in a strange land ... the original term perhaps ? ......

( of course i understood your usage nesty, as well spoken as always...)

that would be a reference to stranger in a strange land too, wouldn't you think??

I think it was already a word before Heinlien used it. But, "Stranger in a Strange Land" certainly brought it into mass consciousness.

"Grock a pint?"<== (get ya arrested in England now. Breathalizer shows over the limit.) :cheers:

Yet another use of the word: "Dem Irish Bishops are a buncha groks!"

I guess its not supposed to have a "c" in it. Texas spelling versus British. heheheh

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The Oxford English Dictionary defines grok as "to understand intuitively or by empathy; to establish rapport with" and "to empathize or communicate sympathetically (with); also, to experience enjoyment." Other forms of the word include "groks" (present third person singular), "grokked" (past participle) and "grokking" (present participle).

In an ideological context, a grokked concept becomes part of the person who contributes to its evolution by improving the doctrine, perpetuating the myth, espousing the belief, adding detail to the social plan, refining the idea or proofing the theory.

ok.... im done being hard-headed...... :lol:

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The Oxford English Dictionary defines grok as "to understand intuitively or by empathy; to establish rapport with" and "to empathize or communicate sympathetically (with); also, to experience enjoyment." Other forms of the word include "groks" (present third person singular), "grokked" (past participle) and "grokking" (present participle).

In an ideological context, a grokked concept becomes part of the person who contributes to its evolution by improving the doctrine, perpetuating the myth, espousing the belief, adding detail to the social plan, refining the idea or proofing the theory.

ok.... im done being hard-headed...... :lol:

:lol: But thanks for the cognitive stimulation. It's a grokkin' shapeshifter!

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Grock and roll! :cool:

:cool: Grock on, dudes!

A scientist I know likes to use the word "gnose" instead of "grok." Your gnose knows yer grok. Like ---"The Hopi Grok Rock."

namste

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A scientist I know likes to use the word "gnose" instead of "grok." Your gnose knows yer grok. Like ---"The Hopi Grok Rock."

namste

No-one knows what a gnose knows!

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:lol: But thanks for the cognitive stimulation. It's a grokkin' shapeshifter!

namaste

a linguistic doppelganger perhaps..... :ph34r:

A scientist I know likes to use the word "gnose" instead of "grok." Your gnose knows yer grok. Like ---"The Hopi Grok Rock."

namste

why am i thinking of fraggle's now??? :jest:

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No-one knows what a gnose knows!

Jus meditate on de tip o yer gnose to scent out de grok--but lay off de grog lest ya go down in smaug fog--bad for frogs in concert and techie Nostafarites. :wacko: Oh well, every production needs a villian to keep things interestin'.

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a linguistic doppelganger perhaps..... :ph34r:

why am i thinking of fraggle's now??? :jest:

A fragile Fraggle Grok jus come outta nowhere. :oLinguistic Dopplegangers From Outer Space--the movie. The aliens couldn't eat their minds, so decided to baffle 'em with barnyard substances.

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The aliens couldn't eat their minds, so decided to baffle 'em with barnyard substances...

There's an awful lot of those going around this place lately! :rolleyes:

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Jus meditate on de tip o yer gnose to scent out de grok--but lay off de grog lest ya go down in smaug fog--bad for frogs in concert and techie Nostafarites. :wacko: Oh well, every production needs a villian to keep things interestin'.

namaste

:lol:

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There's an awful lot of those going around this place lately! :rolleyes:

Manure makes the grok grow fonder--good for tomatoes too. Great for strawberries, but some folks still prefer ice cream on theirs. :tomato:

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Jus meditate on de tip o yer gnose to scent out de grok--but lay off de grog lest ya go down in SMAUG fog--bad for frogs in concert and techie Nostafarites. :wacko: Oh well, every production needs a villian to keep things interestin'.

namaste

youre killen me here..... now i gotta reread heinlein and tolkien ??

awwww , man and I have a reading list four months long........

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Manure makes the grok grow fonder--good for tomatoes too. Great for strawberries, but some folks still prefer ice cream on theirs. :tomato:

namaste

And we all remember what Forest Gump's Mamma taught us:

Manure IS as manure DOES! :thumbu::rolleyes::coffee:

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