UPG and PCPG in Practice

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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
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Post # 11

Thank you for this post. Before I hadn't known that these existed, but thinking about it, I think it's a pleasant way of explaining and "sorting" different types of experiences in their own workings/practice.

May good fortune rule over you.

Heron the Servant

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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
By: / Beginner
Post # 12
This is so cool! I'm glad you posted it, and it came up so I could read it.
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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
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Post # 13
Very true. I find that with things of the occult you need to set your own path. Books are a good source to begin. But after that you need to know how to prod into the abyss on your own.
Everyone experiences things differently. Especially when it comes to reality and how they perceive it.
Some things to keep in mind:
Does it make logical sense?
Is there a pattern?
Can it be repeated?
Is there an outcome or point?

Is it safe to share? - In general most people don't like to talk about this sort of stuff anyways. But certain things will be even less accepted.

Are you safe?
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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
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Post # 14
I am glad you posted this personified
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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
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Post # 15

Thank you for your post Personified! A couple of days ago I was struggling to explain this to someone and I didn't know it even had a name! It was really interesting to read.

I can tell you that I also work with Loki, and I also know he likes things that go BOOM! and fireworks, so you can say it is PCPG.

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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 16

Glad the post was useful to some. It served its purpose, I suppose!

Also thanks for the input about Loki. I've heard through the grapevine from several people that Loki is an avid lover of fire, shiney things, explosions and anything with a high concentration of sugar. :) His altar is often decorated with many-a firework and candy.

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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
By: / Novice
Post # 17
This is an excellent article on the differences between UPG and PCPG. Saving it to my favorites for future referencing.
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Re: UPG and PCPG in Practice
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Post # 18
This is a nice information
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