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I have seen this video. I had never considered this, but it made me realize that you can shoot just as many rounds in three magazines as you can a thirty round magazine in as much or less time. Great way to show that magazine size really means very little.
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Excellent article. Here is my take on the subject

1. Yes, I agree that the term kundalini is baffling, alienating and tends to turn off people. From the marketing perspective, since we cater to a 21st century audience, one has to, whether one wants to or not, use something that would attract more people to the subject. totally with you on that one. 'Life Force' is a wonderful name (and ties into the 'Force' concept from Star Wars) I always try to tie in pop culture references like Star Wars and The Matrix to explain a lot of this stuff in my videos, simply because that has mass appeal. Also, to a lot of atheists, agnostics and people who like 'cool' sci-fi stuff, the old imagery is just boring.

2. However, as i have written in a couple of blog posts on TKC, Sanskrit the language and the words that arise from it have a deeper connotation beyond just labels. So, the names given to things and phenomena have a resonance that activate the chakras and centers within the body. Therefore, mantras cannot be translated into other languages expect to provide a greater understanding of what is being intoned. The chanting still has to be using the original mantra if it has to have the intended effect.

Keeping these two things in mind, the marketing aspect and the necessity of preserving some of the original stuff, I always try to present a modern, 21st century pint of view. This irks the traditionalists but opens up this fascinating subject to a wider audience. I get comments on my videos asking me to speak in Hindi and I have to politely explain to the person that my videos are intended for a global audience. That is the reason for making them in English. Also, one needs, at least in my opinion, to start to unify the various streams of thought, previously called religions, into something unitarian.

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If you're truly interested in exploring the metaphysical, forget about Terminology and Labels and just practice.
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Gove, May or whoever becomes PM

You might want to do this clinically with each step and it's short and long term consequences, here on out.

1) Trigger Article 50 or not
National consequences of NOT following through on the referendum and how to placate the voting public. International consequences of triggering it.

2) Take meetings with business leaders and include EU officials for a best-case worst-case scenario. If you need to sell your case to the public, you then have a chart that says "look, we got your opinion, but this will be like taking out one tire and leaving the car with 3" Present each scenario and it's worst outcome and speak to the public. Obviously there is a lot of confusion and it needs to be clarified what and why you intend to do

3) Lots of immediate action so the chaos subsides, there is some semblance of stability at the top for both parties. Quick, swift, decisive. Get solid leaders. Corbyn needs to listen to reason.

4) Announce these steps that are being taken or are about to be taken to the public right away. that way there is s definite deadline, concrete objectives and things move forward and there is an assurance that there is stability at the helm
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People who are against Pakistan and make Pakistan and it's destruction an issue for populist reasons are mediocre politicians at best. Their arguments are based on a few pillars


1) They did this so how can we act any better

2) The mistaken assumption that bad things happening to the PEOPLE of Pakistan is somehow a good thing for the rest of us

3) Opposing every single person of Pakistani origin and holding them accountable for the policies of the government and shadow forces in the establishment is somehow a good idea.

First of all, you don't make peace with your friends. You make peace with someone who was an enemy and now, if not a friend, is not directly harmful to you. A constant back and forth never leaves an opening for peace.

Second, A vibrant economy in Pakistan, with an educated population that goes away from religious zealotry, towards science, education and free trade, eliminates the root problem without anyone having to incur human loss.

Even the educated population of Pakistan is fed up of violence, religious bigotry, anti-science attitudes. These people are our greatest allies. They are represented in the form of artists, athletes, statesmen and stalwarts of literature. They need our support if the root cause of problems stemming from Pakistan are to be destroyed.

If you attitudes do not change or have room for some form of peace, then you are an obstacle in equal measure to the Taliban or other jihadi groups.

The alliance with Afghanistan, the fact that Pakistan watches old allies shift away from it, the great progress happening in India naturally creates an environment which is now ripe to create ties that gradually give incentive to the Pakistani powers that be to move in the direction of modernity and away from extremism and chaos. If a helping hand is not extended at that crucial moment and a tone-deaf, age-old argument devoid of any new thought is not presented, then that opportunity is wasted.

Along with a stick to punish bad behavior, a carrot must be offered to reward the good. If not, then your political acumen is seriously underdeveloped. An enemy can be destroyed in many ways and one of those ways is to make the enemy aware that choosing the wrong options will hurt them even without militant action from their opponent. If you are making someone aware that they are driving towards a cliff, it also helps to guide them towards the right course.

Another advantage of this action is it leaves your image clean and makes the global audience aware that your actions have always been towards reconciliation and peace, but since those actions are rebuffed, you have no other option but to take a harder stance.

Take the example of Republicans vs. Democrats. Even after constant obstruction and underhanded techniques, while successfully navigating those waters, democrats constantly offer willingness to cooperate, Republicans are exposed for what they are and there is no doubt as to who the guilty party is. However, if the dems, like some groups within India, constantly adopt a belligerent stance, they are playing the game by GOP rules and it is easier to be judged by the same standard.

Ask yourself if your words and actions provide a solution. If, as a direct result of your actions, a problem is resolved once and for all, then those actions are meaningful. No matter how great your words sound to your intended audience, if they don't resolve anything, they only add noise and a distraction to those attempting to solve the problem. If the Pakistan problem is solved, once and for all, or even mitigated to the status of minor irritant, thanks to better relationships, greater emphasis on education and a move away from zealotry and ignorance, then a large part of the political brainpower, manpower, resources and media attention can be focussed on issues more relevant to progress
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Finally completed my set. Got my Glock 19 today.
You can tell I like my 9 mm round.
Gen 4 G17 and G19
Gen 3 G26 with +2 extension mag
G43 with pinkie extension (no extra rounds)
Only mods I intend to make are Glock night sights and rubber grip sleeves.
Carbine options: Mech Tech which sells as an accessory and can be had without an FFL which takes the Glock lower, in G17 and maybe a Keltec sub 2000 which accepts G19 magazines. 
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+Delroy Anderson​ I don't get it. What does NN.T NNN mean? Is that you and your family in the pic?
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Check out this playlist on YouTube:
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This is what a genuine kundalini awakening sounds like. This lady is the real deal. Everything she says checks out. Even if a swami or guru looks 'authentic' he/she may not have had the experience. THIS is real.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU-ohzoJds4
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