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Nov 3, 2008 7:31 PM CST The Limits of Free Will: Can one will oneself in and out of love?
Moema
MoemaMoemaBrasilia, Distrito Federal Brazil58 Threads 5 Polls 1,054 Posts
BnaturAl: I wont, we dont not want you not thinking about not cyber sexing yourself into some crazy pleasure zone do we.


DON´T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Nov 4, 2008 11:43 AM CST The Limits of Free Will: Can one will oneself in and out of love?
Ambrose, I'll continue my thoughts and post at a later time. This is a very deep topic on the surface and below it.

My answers and perspectives would lead to more questions about some things that psychologists/metaphysics can't agree on. I don't have the juice right now to delve into this discussion cause like I said, it could last a few pages and threads...
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Nov 4, 2008 12:45 PM CST The Limits of Free Will: Can one will oneself in and out of love?
Ambrose2007
Ambrose2007Ambrose2007BFE, South Dakota USA110 Threads 17 Polls 14,069 Posts
laura225: Good point, Al the more repetitions of what you think may and/or may not happen - the stronger and more valid the argument becomes.Another very questionable point. You might think that all the external interventions have stronger effect on 'willed falling-in-love' vs 'conventional falling-in-love', but the fact is: there is nothing to support this opinion.

You also might want to review CS archives if you want to see how fast delusions of 'conventional falling-in-love' shatter... (in case you didn't see enough of it in RL)

Whenever we fall in love (no matter how it happens , which way), we inevitably fall for a delusion - what we want the other to be ... and if it is left at this and doesn't grow into something meaningful, it will disintegrate... the euphoria of 'fallen-in-love' phase won't last.


That seems faaarrr too strong of a statement to be true, Laura. We *inevitably fall for a delusion*?? Are you really claiming that love *always* is an illusion at first??dunno confused wow

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Nov 4, 2008 1:40 PM CST The Limits of Free Will: Can one will oneself in and out of love?
BnaturAl
BnaturAlBnaturAlSarnia, Ontario Canada141 Threads 8 Polls 10,411 Posts
Is there a successful way to avoid what is innate in us?

Falling out of love, without a reason would be sheer stupidty assuming one wanted love in the first place. Only a reason to do so would engage the will of that person. Willpower without a cause, without a reason? hmmm

Falling in love, without affirmation would be as vacant. The mind constantly questioning if indeed they are falling in love, constantly searching for the affirming behavior and sings. Even if they are creating those signs from within, with what are they in love? The ability of will, or the signs of love?


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