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Consciousness Community
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I am I
...and you are not.

The subject of conciousness reaches out into the areas of physics, psychology, mythology, spirituality; it can lead us through sociology, theology, mass media; we find it looking back at us through archeology, the history of the ages. All things of man are touched by the one thing that is at the very heart of all our questions. Who are we, where did we come from--really, and what distinguishes us from eachother?

Community Rules:
1. Respect: No flaming or ridiculing another's beliefs. The subject matter here will often veer towards religion and philosophy. These are volatile issues that must be handled with maturity and understanding. Feel to explain your disagreements in a polite and intelligent way.

Post structure:
The activity will happen within the post comments field. The main page is more like a table of contents where you should be able to view one or two weeks worth of subjects, and see if more comments have been added to them.

2. Do not publish your post in its entirety unless it is a question. (See jeweldevil's posts for example) In the subject header put the subject. In the body that will appear on the main page. Put a title or brief description of what will be found in the discussion and then "
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I am I
...and you are not.

The subject of conciousness reaches out into the areas of physics, psychology, mythology, spirituality; it can lead us through sociology, theology, mass media; we find it looking back at us through archeology, the history of the ages. All things of man are touched by the one thing that is at the very heart of all our questions. Who are we, where did we come from--really, and what distinguishes us from eachother?

<B>Community Rules:</B>
<B>1.</B> Respect: No flaming or ridiculing another's beliefs. The subject matter here will often veer towards religion and philosophy. These are volatile issues that must be handled with maturity and understanding. Feel to explain your disagreements in a polite and intelligent way.

<B>Post structure:</B>
The activity will happen within the post comments field. The main page is more like a table of contents where you should be able to view one or two weeks worth of subjects, and see if more comments have been added to them.

<B>2. Do not publish your post in its entirety unless it is a question.</B> (See jeweldevil's posts for example) In the subject header put the subject. In the body that will appear on the main page. Put a title or brief description of what will be found in the discussion and then "<lj-cut"> the rest

The point of this is to try and keep discussions active. Look back over recent posts and see if new comments have been added. Post that remain on the 'recent' screen are more like to be viewed.

<B>3.</B> Members can each post one discussion per week. <B>(This rule does not count until we actually have a healthy number of people on the list.)</B> This does not limit the number of times you can comment in discussions. Post one long entry rather than 3 short ones. If you want to add to something someone else said, post it in that post's comments section. If, after the fact, you want to add to a post you wrote earlier, post it in the comments section of that post. Give your posts some serious thought. It is also ok to post excerpts from other materials or fiction that nicely illustrates the topics we discuss here.

I encourage everyone to make their first post a personal one regarding how they feel about the subject.

If you have any questions, please email me.

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