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Fruition vs. Blacking Out
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6/20/11 4:24 PM
Hi everyone,

I'm just a bit confused about Fruition. How is it different from just blacking out for a few moments? Is it because you're still conscious when it happens? How can that be? Are you just unaware that you're conscious? Given the fact that it's a non-experience, are you not aware of it while it's happening, but only upon reflecting back on it?

Thanks. emoticon

-morgan

RE: Fruition vs. Blacking Out
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6/21/11 5:27 AM as a reply to Morgan Taylor.
Fruitions change the mind, black outs don't. Another difference is the specific entrances and exits to fruitions. There is no consciousness and no objects during a fruition. It's like rebooting a computer from the computer's point of view.

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6/21/11 2:42 PM as a reply to Rin Maryu.
So is it the entrances to and exits from fruitions that change the mind?

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6/21/11 3:55 PM as a reply to Morgan Taylor.
Fruitions change the mind, and you see this on exit. It's like a computer doing a 'self-test' after reboot.

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6/21/11 4:01 PM as a reply to Rin Maryu.
Rin Maryu:
Fruitions change the mind, and you see this on exit. It's like a computer doing a 'self-test' after reboot.


On the exit of a fruition, the re-booting period is very insightful. What is re-booting? Just doing it now, and it seems the sense of "being" is re-booting. It is absent for a second or two after a fruition. If you are good with apperception, it can in fact be lengthened into a longer PCE.

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6/21/11 5:51 PM as a reply to Nikolai ..
Aha. Thanks for the further elucidation. emoticon