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You know, it is truly weird...
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It was things like that that led us to become aware of our multiplicity.

As far as what to do.. well, what can you do? Just observe, we would think.

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2008-01-21 21:44
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Observation's good...directing some questions back at the other may work too.

It sounds like a median system from what you describe: one central focal point with dependent patterns (whether you want to call them selves, versions, whatever fits...).

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2008-01-22 1:04
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Re: You know, it is truly weird...
I don't find it weird. Weird is those occassions when I'm only speaking for one person.

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Archer Wrote:I don't find it weird. Weird is those occassions when I'm only speaking for one person.

*hee* Yes. Weirdness is relative.

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2008-01-22 2:02
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ahck! first person plural!!!
*confused*

there's not much more you can do than be yourself. you have a multi-faceted complex which will function above the mere facile lol. angels especially, perhaps even worse when incarnate...tend to have to function on a 'need to know' basis. the 'tier' feeling, i would suppose, may come from a physical perspective on a complex system (faceted gem as you put it)...i imagine the one "reading behind your eyes" doesn't feel as split...just slow down and give time. be self-aware...all that fluff advice.

one should never have to struggle to be themself. we're not always 'left out' so much as we're shielded at times. just sit back and let the chaos ensue. <!-- s:-D --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":-D" title="Very Happy" /><!-- s:-D -->

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Well, I used to have a similar feeling, back when I was we. I'm not sure this applies to you, or anyone else for that matter, but over a few year I came to realize in my case the 'problem' arised from a rejection of self. In other words, I saw the human I portraying myself as, as weak and removed myself to the point of causing a separation (all be it no literally, but damn near close) into eventually four people. Once these section recognized that we were one, I had less conflicts and a LOT of soul searching. Like I said I'm not sure this could apply to you, but in the unlikely case that it could I thought it might help.

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2008-01-22 18:52
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