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Golfzilla
Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 4:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I changed a few elections on my SX. I indicated family history of allergy issues which did not before.
And I elected to indicate artey issues being my basil artery is significantly smaller than usual. If these were good choices the below were the results...

This resulted in my Hunter status increasing from 53% to 56%. My epigenetic worldview changing from Reactor to Receptor which to my understanding is the opposite... How can I be less apt to have inflamation and autoimmune issues as this is what my changes indicate I have more issues with

Help!




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For others an untypical worldview is a reflection of an untypical dermatoglyphic pattern.  You are an unusual Hunter, Gz!

Swami-land has six regions with the book versions being in the center of their respective region.  Swami has placed you as being further from the Hunter that is described in the book.  You may be closer to Teacher and Nomad, with less of the O nonnie.

You = Your Genotype + other Genotypes + O nonnie + all other possible non standard Geno-patterns
               1st PCA               other PCA       BTD element       All the tweaks Swami is capable of for
            of the Genos         of the Genos                            weight, disease, variation within Genotype

It is a little difficult to see through this forest.  I find that personally comforting, since I was looking for patterns in the GTD book data.     


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Quoted from paul clucas
For others an untypical worldview is a reflection of an untypical dermatoglyphic pattern.  You are an unusual Hunter, Gz!

Swami-land has six regions with the book versions being in the center of their respective region.  Swami has placed you as being further from the Hunter that is described in the book.  You may be closer to Teacher and Nomad, with less of the O nonnie.

You = Your Genotype + other Genotypes + O nonnie + all other possible non standard Geno-patterns
               1st PCA               other PCA       BTD element       All the tweaks Swami is capable of for
            of the Genos         of the Genos                            weight, disease, variation within Genotype

It is a little difficult to see through this forest.  I find that personally comforting, since I was looking for patterns in the GTD book data.     


Thanks Paul, I am just not able to connect the dots of going from a Reactor to a Receptor. These are opposites, are they not? From being prone to inflamation (O nonnie) to not prone to inflamation. From being not prone to malignacies to being prone to them, huh And my Humter GT isn't marginal @ 56%! I'm not sure I am following the correct trail here...

Help Mr Wizzard, Swami has bamboozled me...




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Dr. Wizard is in CT, GZ.

No one here but us chickens!      Opposite is not what you are looking for going from reactor (nuke?!) to receptor.  Imagine three teams pulling on three ropes that are tied to a single point.  Each team pulls along a line 120 deg apart from the two others.  This may represent Reactor/Receptor/Thrify triad.

With a triad you don't have pairs and opposites - that would leave someone without a partner!

The region that represents Hunter in Swami-space (remember minimum 7 dimentions at the simpliest) has a thrify edge (close to Gather/Warrior) and a Receptor egde (close to Teacher/Nomad).  You are on the second edge where the edge is thin on O nonnie component.  


My weight loss goal: 220 lbs.  A 6'4" dyslexic oddball: the size of a line-backer, the silhouette of Winnie-the-Pooh.
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Quoted from paul clucas
Dr. Wizard is in CT, GZ.

No one here but us chickens!      Opposite is not what you are looking for going from reactor (nuke?!) to receptor.  Imagine three teams pulling on three ropes that are tied to a single point.  Each team pulls along a line 120 deg apart from the two others.  This may represent Reactor/Receptor/Thrify triad.

With a triad you don't have pairs and opposites - that would leave someone without a partner!

The region that represents Hunter in Swami-space (remember minimum 7 dimentions at the simpliest) has a thrify edge (close to Gather/Warrior) and a Receptor egde (close to Teacher/Nomad).  You are on the second edge where the edge is thin on O nonnie component.  


Thanks Paul, very good analagy




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Golf, I'll throw something else at you.  For a while I was thinking there was no way I could be a reactor.  Because I deal with seemingly chronic bacteria in my guts.  But then on the other hand, some foods and certain environmental toxins definitely evoke a reaction like pronto.  For example, this summer I took two rides in older cars that my friends are working on.  One was a Triumph and one was a camaro.  They both stunk like gas as I was riding and I kid you not, by the time I was done with the ride both times, I had a soar throat from breathing that stupid gas/exhaust/whatever gunk smoking off the engine block.  That lasted for a day or so.  Then on the other hand, I have to take Gastro D for a couple of years now and it helps.  Which means there is bacteria that seems to be camped out in my innards.  I could do more back and forths to make my point, but hopefully you get it.  And don't feel bad for not understanding.  Because I'm not sure I do either.  But it seems to make sense.

So, as of late, Paul has me thinking about who  I really am and I have come to the conclusion that I am both receptor and reactor, depending on what it is.  Maybe this is an AB thing or something, but I think it's possible to be somewhere in the middle.  Not necessarily just one or the other exclusively.

But maybe I'm all wet.  hehehehhehe    


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Quoted from JJR
Golf, I'll throw something else at you.  For a while I was thinking there was no way I could be a reactor.  Because I deal with seemingly chronic bacteria in my guts.  But then on the other hand, some foods and certain environmental toxins definitely evoke a reaction like pronto.  For example, this summer I took two rides in older cars that my friends are working on.  One was a Triumph and one was a camaro.  They both stunk like gas as I was riding and I kid you not, by the time I was done with the ride both times, I had a soar throat from breathing that stupid gas/exhaust/whatever gunk smoking off the engine block.  That lasted for a day or so.  Then on the other hand, I have to take Gastro D for a couple of years now and it helps.  Which means there is bacteria that seems to be camped out in my innards.  I could do more back and forths to make my point, but hopefully you get it.  And don't feel bad for not understanding.  Because I'm not sure I do either.  But it seems to make sense.

So, as of late, Paul has me thinking about who  I really am and I have come to the conclusion that I am both receptor and reactor, depending on what it is.  Maybe this is an AB thing or something, but I think it's possible to be somewhere in the middle.  Not necessarily just one or the other exclusively.

But maybe I'm all wet.  hehehehhehe    


ABNW ~ certainly makes sense. Some things are just more difficult for me to get my mind around...
Thanks!




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GolfZ, I had same thing happen!  When I discovered I was a nonnie, I changed from reactor to receptor.  I do have a family history of allergies, etc...however, fibromyalgia and unexplained joint pain, etc., etc., ...I'm just going with it for now and see how well I do...somewhat confused by it all, meself!    


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Quoted from Robyn Mc
GolfZ, I had same thing happen!  When I discovered I was a nonnie, I changed from reactor to receptor.  I do have a family history of allergies, etc...however, fibromyalgia and unexplained joint pain, etc., etc., ...I'm just going with it for now and see how well I do...somewhat confused by it all, meself!    


Robyn~ what was confusing for me is being a Reactor, prone to inflamation and not prone malignacies to being a Receptor now not being prone to inflamation and being prone to malignacies - huh

I agree though, I'll keep doing what the Swami dude says cause I suspect he is bigger than me amyway...

Cheers to you!!




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Quoted from paul clucas

Swami-land has six regions with the book versions being in the center of their respective region.  Swami has placed you as being further from the Hunter that is described in the book.  You may be closer to Teacher and Nomad, with less of the O nonnie.



I forgot to tell you that Nomadism is contagious, so hanging out around me on the Forum seems to be having the desired result.  (My secret plan to infiltrate the world with Nomads!)  Mwah-ha-ha!  




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Let me not pass you by in quest
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Well I'm a teacher/explorer/nomad.  Does that help you vicki?  I think the Nomad is about the smallest in me though.  I think.  

Golf, no problem, I don't know if I have it correct, but there's just too many of us to all be just one way or another.  We are a blend.  Dr.D comes right out and says that.  And there are enough of us on here that have been down this road that know that any of the diets in the book are probably not going to be 100% correct in applying to yourself.  It just gets it a lot closer than most anything else out there.


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Quoted from JJR
Well I'm a teacher/explorer/nomad.  Does that help you vicki?  I think the Nomad is about the smallest in me though.  I think.  

Golf, no problem, I don't know if I have it correct, but there's just too many of us to all be just one way or another.  We are a blend.  Dr.D comes right out and says that.  And there are enough of us on here that have been down this road that know that any of the diets in the book are probably not going to be 100% correct in applying to yourself.  It just gets it a lot closer than most anything else out there.


I suspect so ABNW, just always trying to tweak things




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Yeah, tweaking.  That's what we do.  Hehehehe


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Yeah, tweaking.  That's what we do.  Hehehehe








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