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Over, Under or Perhaps you Don't Care?

Laron

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As part of the process of spiritual development, it's important to come to understand ourselves, and one of these ways is through personality profiling. I've posted a few things on the forum about that, such as The Keirsey Temperament, Mayan Astrology Readings — Find Your Dreamspell Galactic Signature, The Secret Language of Destiny (Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers) as well as a few others.

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Based on research by Dr. Gilda Carle, after a survey of two thousand people, those who place their toilet paper over the top of the roll tend to have a dominant personality with an assertive nature, including a can-do and take-charge attitude, often fitting into leadership roles. Those who don’t care tend to not like conflict and appreciate being flexible, plus enjoy new situations. Toilet paper placed over the back of the roll hanging down, well, those people are more relaxed and dependable who seek relationships with strong foundations; they can be submissive, so are easy-going, flexible, patient and empathetic.

I guess if I had to pick, I'd prefer the toilet paper coming over the top ans it's easier to reach, and closer to me. Based on the characteristics of that, it makes sense. But I don't go out of my way anymore to change it, so this is just when I refill the roll.

This may be kind of weird and funny, but there is a truth to the research!



 

Sam Vause

Aware Presence
#2
Over? under? It's not that I don't care
It's just that I only care when it's bare
Bare means that I have a care, and
That care means that I have to
Travel the stair.
With care.
Bare.

[With extreme apologies to all, but occasionally I just get these wild hairs to make silly rhymes. Be glad we weren't discussing puns.... or that I didn't try to add more words ending in 'are' to the rhyme - it was getting a bit crass there at the end.

See! I made a pun!!

LOL.

Back to our regularly scheduled Roundtable, already in progress.....]
 

Hailstones Melt

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#3
Nope, I'm definitely one for having the paper over the roll, and I admit to changing it even in the small hours of the morning if my daughter has put a new roll on "wrong". I don't think I'm particularly pedantic, as I can live with some level of mess (especially when caused from artistic pursuits), but there are some things I will straighten, or re-align if I see them out of place.
 

Stargazer

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#4
I prefer it under, if only for the reason that it seems easier to tear off without the roll coming unrolled. My wife usually does it the other way. It's interesting, but the profiles definitely seem to fit. I used to flip the rolls around years ago, but like Sam, at this point, if there's paper still on the roll (and/or within reach), I'm happy. :)

So this thought brings to mind another silly question...how many rolls are within reach of your "throne"? I stack all the fresh rolls on the toilet tank lid and a shelf above the toilet in a rough pyramidal form. Between the two, they must be able to hold 30+ rolls when fully stocked. Right now there are (I have to go count--LOL)?

Oh, my. They hold almost 50. I have 35 currently in "ready reserve"!

:ROFL::-)):))O.o:D
 
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Laron

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So this thought brings to mind another silly question...how many rolls are within reach of your "throne"? I stack all the fresh rolls on the toilet tank lid and a shelf above the toilet in a rough pyramidal form. Between the two, they must be able to hold 30+ rolls when fully stocked. Right now there are (I have to go count--LOL)?
It's important to me to be in arms reach of a good stock of replacements! If not, it may create some anxiety... lol

Toilet paper? What the heck is toilet paper?
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#7
for years, it was just over, as that is how I grew up. then I realized I like it to come from under as it is much easier to tear off with one hand.

NOW! I have found a way that I like. to make two small boxes which hold the already torn and folded sections--one box holds the "pee" ready to use wipers. the other box holds "poo" ready to use wipers. then I don't have to use a roll on a spool at all!

these small boxes each hold about a roll's worth of already folded and ready to use sections.

I just started doing this a few weeks ago. probably for new life =)


A different note:
at other times I have used "pee rags" which are a hand towel cut into 2inch by 4inch sections for catching/wiping after pee. then use toilet paper for drying my anal area after cleaning with a bidet bottle.

THAT feels really clean. and no need for a fancy schmancy toilet bidet system.
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so baaaaack to your question. I've transcended the over/under choice for prefolded sections of two sizes.

i'll post a photo of my two boxes soon.
 

Hailstones Melt

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My actual number is only 4 kept in the toilet room, but I've got plenty more in reserve in the laundry cupboard if required! And I don't go and replace the 4 until they've all been completely used up.

This reminds me that on one of my treks in the New Zealand alpine region, I relied on some native flora to do the job, which was a mistake, because that leaf contained some kind of stinging irritant. Oh well, you live and learn.
 
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Laron

Laron

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This reminds me that on one of my treks in the New Zealand alpine region, I relied on some native flora to do the job, which was a mistake, because that leaf contained some kind of stinging irritant
Brachyglottis repanda (rangiora), bushman's toilet paper?
 

Hailstones Melt

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Brachyglottis repanda (rangiora), bushman's toilet paper?
Like the cowardly Australian that I am, I ran from the situation and never checked out its botanical name.
 
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Like the cowardly Australian that I am, I ran from the situation and never checked out its botanical name.
Maybe next time you could bring a botanist with you!
 
#12
Laron I hope this does not deter from your thread...

here are photos of the boxes of folded Pee and Poop tissues :)

there are two boxes for Pee tissues since we tend to use these more often.

ready to use. so you don't have count and fold each time you go. I use a thicker tissue, so only need two squares for pee. and three squares for poop. amazing how in the long run , it saves tissue.

you can twist and shape the folded tissue into whatever form you need to do the drying.

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so glad this idea came to being. it makes for a different rhythm, too.

and the making of them and placing into boxes is a nice mediation of gratitude for the trees which help me. and the folks who make the tissue, etc.

(In the New Earth, will there be this type of toilet tissue. or what do you think we will use?)

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Laron

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(In the New Earth, will there be this type of toilet tissue. or what do you think we will use?)
I should write a thread about the new earth as I get asked a lot of questions about it.

I sense the new earth to be located between the 5th and 6th dimensions, and this ties into our subtle bodies in terms of the vehicles we develop to travel and exist in on the spiritual path when traveling out of body (aka astral projection), including in-between lives—when we die we shift into the astral form too but have our silver cord cut.

Based on information through QHHT, and meditation, plus hearing from others, including Dolores Cannon on the other side, it's a plane/realm which has different rules and physics to here, and there are many, many of these types of places outside of our third dimension and multi-dimensional universe. (so it's already there accessible for us to experience at any time right now, and after we pass)

Therefore it's more controlled by thought, rather than physicality; meaning we don't have the same concerns as we do with a physical body, so bodily functions are unlikely to exist in that regard.

We have the ability there to manifest what we like to a degree, meaning we don't have to construct something physically, but we can create out of energy a physical object including a garden, structure, or landscape.
 
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I should write a thread about the new earth as I get asked a lot of questions about it.

I sense the new earth to be located between the 5th and 6th dimensions, and this ties into our subtle bodies in terms of the vehicles we develop to travel and exist in on the spiritual path when traveling out of body (aka astral projection), including in-between lives—when we die we shift into the astral form too but have our silver cord cut.

Based on information through QHHT, and meditation, plus hearing from others, including Dolores Cannon on the other side, it's a plane/realm which has different rules and physics to here, and there are many, many of these types of places outside of our third dimension and multi-dimensional universe. (so it's already there accessible for us to experience at any time right now, and after we pass)

Therefore it's more controlled by thought, rather than physicality; meaning we don't have the same concerns as we do with a physical body, so bodily functions are unlikely to exist in that regard.

We have the ability there to manifest what we like to a degree, meaning we don't have to construct something physically, but we can create out of energy a physical object including a garden, structure, or landscape.

PLEASE DO A THREAD about new earth. this is the main reason I came to Roundtable Forums. to find more in depth information about New Earth.

and all the folks seem supportive and compassionate.
 
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Laron

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PLEASE DO A THREAD about new earth. this is the main reason I came to Roundtable Forums. to find more in depth information about New Earth.

and all the folks seem supportive and compassionate.
Have you read Dolores' book, The Three Waves of Volunteers and the New Earth? This is really one of the best sources out there, but then I've shared a lot through the QHHT sessions I did with Lai on the topic too which have expanded on Dolores' work. You can find all those sessions here: https://www.transients.info/past-life-regression-articles/ under "The Cosmic Journey of Lai Series" heading.

Also, David Topi writes updates about the status / progress, but has a unique focus on the timeline shift, so he's really looking at our world as it goes through the shift in consciousness, and based around the multiverse theory, there are different versions/timelines/realities playing out, with a higher vibrational version (timeline 42) being the primary in terms of where we should aim to be on a spiritual/consciousness level. You can find all his posts in order here: https://www.transients.info/author/david-topi (I just posted his latest).
 

Alain

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well serious the only thing that matters for me is there must be enough there to use and a little reserve present, the store is not said to be in the toilet room, those who make the roll in on the other way so it rolls from in to out i find a bit disturbing don t understand why. but greatest nighmare arrive at a toilet without which often is in trains and trainstops
 
#18
The website 5 Love Languages really helped my relationships a lot. It was a big missing piece that was needed. I didn't know what I really needed until I read that site.

Working on it. :) It's fairly long but a great read. It's $8 right now for the Kindle version. You can set up a price watch on camelcamelcamel.com and CCC will tell you when the price drops. You will need a free account. CCC link here. CCC works with any Amazon product in the US (I don't know about foreign countries.)

Oops! CCC cannot track Kindle books. Amazon won't let them.
 
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Hailstones Melt

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The website 5 Love Languages really helped my relationships a lot. It was a big missing piece that was needed. I didn't know what I really needed until I read that site.



Working on it. :) It's fairly long but a great read. It's $8 right now for the Kindle version. You can set up a price watch on camelcamelcamel.com and CCC will tell you when the price drops. You will need a free account. CCC link here. CCC works with any Amazon product in the US (I don't know about foreign countries.)

Oops! CCC cannot track Kindle books. Amazon won't let them.
But thanks, I didn't know this tip for the soft and hard cover books.
 

Stargazer

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I didn't know this tip for the soft and hard cover books.
I'll give you another helpful tip...the inner pages of both soft and hard cover books can be used as bathroom tissue (a nicer word for "toilet paper") in an emergency. A Kindle? Not so much...(not that I've actually tried it or anything). :gig:grn:hbounce:rolleyes:|-):fp
 

Hailstones Melt

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I'll give you another helpful tip...the inner pages of both soft and hard cover books can be used as bathroom tissue (a nicer word for "toilet paper") in an emergency. A Kindle? Not so much...(not that I've actually tried it or anything). :gig:grn:hbounce:rolleyes:|-):fp
Being met by that sacrilegious comment first thing in the morning was, well..... (scrambling to get the sticky tape to get the pages all back in the book). Oh, OK, we're proving that paper books are better than Kindle! Right, let's go with it!
 

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