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EKUMA1981
Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 11:19:38 AM
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http://www.my-big-toe.com/

Very interesting and has a buzzing forum full of anecdotal reports.
jim
Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 12:25:53 PM

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Yes, Thomas Campbell's work appears to be very interesting. The books are on my shelf, in the "soon to be read" queue, but unfortunately I am trying to get through about 8 other books that I have already started first before starting another one.

I wonder what his secret is to creating a buzzing forum? Better SEO/SEM? More interesting book? :)
EKUMA1981
Posted: Friday, March 16, 2012 3:47:06 PM
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I know what you mean about having loads of books to get through, Jim. Goodness, my collection is huge now :o) Then there's all the interesting stuff to read in several forums. Phew, data overload!

Hey, yours is a buzzing forum too. Look at all the threads that have been made. I just wish the newer members would contribute more. I also noticed some joined years ago, but didn't post anything at all. Pity.

terrorgoat
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http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2010/12dec/RIR-101223.html

This is his interview from Red Ice Radio. It's really good although he talks about not being able to get into everything.

"The only true wisdom exists in knowing that you know nothing."
- The Mighty Socrates (Not the fake Socrates Plato wrote about in "The Republic.")
LoneCrowe
Posted: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 11:49:15 AM
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jim wrote:
Yes, Thomas Campbell's work appears to be very interesting. The books are on my shelf, in the "soon to be read" queue, but unfortunately I am trying to get through about 8 other books that I have already started first before starting another one.

I wonder what his secret is to creating a buzzing forum? Better SEO/SEM? More interesting book? :)


Its hard to get a good forum running. Even some of the other greats have forums that don't generally have much participation. I find that generally you see the quasi extroverts who are chatty participate more actively in forums. People with the level of consciousness high enough to find your book are few and far between. Take it as a compliment. This definitely isn't mainstream even though everything you've presented in your book is very well done and everything I've studied for 30 years. The common man just cannot grasp most of this unless they go through phases of understanding the principles. I still think the reality of what we are trying to describe known as the "universe" and "god" are concepts we can never comprehend with our primitive brains. That is why when people die or are having OBE's that level of understanding or feeling of "home" you have is there. Then when you return to your body it seems lost or indescribable.

So as I said the lack of activity should be a compliment. As people wake up you'll find more people coming on board.

Ugh what poor grammar, this is what happens when you pop in and out of a post to reply when you are at work with 20 tabs open :)
jim
Posted: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 9:40:21 PM

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Love your perspective, LoneCrowe! I'll take it. Applause

And welcome to our humble forum. We look forward to many more insightful posts.

Whoever invented multi-tabbed browsers was certainly up to challenging our ability to multitask.

LoneCrowe
Posted: Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:54:37 AM
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Thanks. Love your book so far. Someone pointed me to your website and loved it instantly. I haven't heard you on coast to coast yet though.

Forums are a dime a dozen now and they are only as good as the people who make them up. Unfortunately you need lots of people to make a forum go. Depends on what you want. If you want quality you'll attract less people but good quality replies. If quantity you'll get a lot of contributions but you'll have to sift through the social crap to get those gems posts.

Of course on the other hand opposing viewpoints also make forums go. If we all sit around agreeing together on everything it gets boring :) So that is why its good to have some loose cannon in here to stir the pot and say "What if"...
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