I have been to the "Well Of Souls" two times that I recall. They told me I worked there and volunteered to come here. They said I was disoriented because we don't normally exist in human form. We are normally balls of light.
But I like it here. Its more fun.
I think I might be the youngest new employee in the "Well Of Souls" and still in training?
They said we can emerge anytime, anywhere from the "Well Of Souls" because it is outside of Time & Space.
However, we have to give up our current body to travel like that and I have become attached/fond of/to it... :)
At some level she makes sense to me...
This is the "Itchy Boots Channel" and she is going all around the World on a Motorcycle. I try to watch all of her episodes. I admire her. She goes places I would never go without a gun. Her channel is here:
Zen Buddhism is a spiritual philosophy and not a religion.
Many people don't know that.
Buddha is not a god to be worshiped, but rather a state of being and a code of ethics & conduct to strive for in yourself.
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The Zen Master walks calmly with their third eye open. Practice walking like a Zen Master...
LOKI is an inside joke for Fire Support Specialists/Forward Observers.
LOKI IS THE GOD OF FIRE.....we all in "Fire Support Teams" FIST Teams claim to be Loki....The God Of Fire...
Maybe, Loki = Master Blaster status when you hit what you aim at with the highest accuracy...
Rephrased, LOKI is a Sniper with an artillery piece that can kill it's target with one round of HE in effect....in an immediate suppression fire mission....
Loki, in Norse mythology, a cunning trickster who had the ability to change his shape and sex. Although his father was the giant Fárbauti, he was included among the Aesir (a tribe of gods). Loki was represented as the companion of the great gods Odin and Thor, helping them with his clever plans but sometimes causing embarrassment and difficulty for them and himself. He also appeared as the enemy of the gods, entering their banquet uninvited and demanding their drink. He was the principal cause of the death of the god Balder. Loki was bound to a rock (by the entrails of one or more of his sons, according to some sources) as punishment, thus in many ways resembling the Greek figures Prometheus and Tantalus. Also like Prometheus, Loki is considered a god of fire.