(Karra picks up from where she left off.)
Karra: not just once
in a while but something new every day. This piece
of information was given to me by a roundabout
source and I will pay credit where credit is due.
Tia handed me report of a comment made by Mark. Mark
apparently was in a meeting and was asked what was
his goal in life and his comment was to learn one
thing new every day. To learn one new thing
every day. Now how does learning one
thing new every day keep you young? Well it depends
on what that new thing is. Now certainly Mark has
his health problems but his mental faculties are as
sharp as they've ever been due to the fact that by
learning one thing new every day stimulates certain
chemicals within the mind which in turn keeps the
mind sharp. Another way to put it is the mind does
Russ: it grows younger.
Karra: not quite. How do you keep muscle in
Karra: correct. So, you do mental
calisthenics which keeps the mind looking young.
Now, getting back to the muscles, when the muscles
are worked out every day what happens?
Russ: they stay strong.
Karra: and in staying strong?
Russ: they grow.
Karra: and in growing?
Russ: they maintain their youthful health.
Karra: okay, now something that you may not
have noticed this year is let's take the early part
of the year, in fact from January to March. From
January to March of this year you had four colds.
Let us take from October to now, how many colds have
Russ: none, one maybe.
Karra: and that wasn't very serious.
Karra: why? Okay let's look at it this way,
this time last year, you had a sore throat, you'd
been to the doctor, you were taking antibiotics.
Russ: I was?
Karra: yes you had a cold this time last
Russ: oh okay, you know me better than I do
Karra: you were drinking vast quantities of
orange juice as well.
Karra: now, looking at now, you have only had maybe
Karra: you haven't taken any
Karra: you're feeling pretty fit and
Russ: I drink a lot of orange juice there
at that one point where I had that sore throat.
Karra: uh-huh. Okay why?
Russ: I didn't want to bring on anything.
Karra: no. Why have you,
compared to last year, been healthier?
Russ: kind of attribute it to those
vitamins I'm taking now?
Karra: you've only been taking those for
what, two weeks now?
Russ: more or less.
Karra: it's still early to say what effect
they're having. Three months down the road you may
be able to say something.
Russ: well I haven't been doing any
exercise really to speak of. In fact if anything,
I've been a lazy slob.
Karra: you have not done any fencing
Russ: in the summer, right
Karra: uh-hmm, a lot this summer correct?
Karra: you have not been keeping your mind
Russ: oh very active.
Karra: uh-hmm, have you not been eating
Russ: yeah pretty good.
Karra: okay, so what does this tell us?
Russ: well my regimen's been better.
Karra: correct. You are, eating healthier,
you are exercising, you are keeping your mind
Russ: so this would explain that strange
purchase I made from a television show wouldn't it?
(An elliptical machine I was "inspired" to
purchase while watching an infomercial.)
Karra: uh- huh.
(Russ breaks out in laughter.)
now where were we? Oh yes.
Russ: exercise, mental discipline.......
Russ: and a good diet.
Karra: correct. So, now let us look at the
worst offender for abusing his health. (Mark.) Okay,
has he suffered any illness other than his
Russ: no, he hasn't been off work or
Karra: uh-huh. Has he had any colds?
Russ: yeah, a little bit.
Karra: minor ones.
Russ: nothing that has kept him from work.
Karra: last year if my memory serves me
correct, they sent him home early on a Friday and a
Monday because he was ill.
Russ: he was pretty bad last year.
Russ: yeah, fencing. Well you remember the
summer before that all we were doing was racing
(Radio controlled sailboats.)
Karra: correct, sitting down, racing boats.
Russ: very sedentary exercise to say the
Karra: but it was good for the mind, it was good for
Russ: true, I think fencing relaxes him
more than the boat racing does though.
Karra: yes I think it does too. But, let us
look let us look at last year and this year. The big
difference is in the increase in activity.
Karra: now with eating healthy, as he's
been forced to do although of late he seems to be
neglecting it a little bit but that is
understandable due to the fact that he is working
Karra: eating healthy, learning new skills,
computer skills, work skills, management skills,
learning to adjust his management techniques.
Teaching, which is exercising the mind because he
has to learn how to teach. Exercise itself, intense
exercise, even though it is maybe twice, three times
a week is certainly very useful and beneficial. So
what is happening to your bodies? They're taking on
the tone and fitness of being healthy and
in doing so with the muscles tightening up, and the
skin tightening up, the wrinkles that were starting
to appear here and there are disappearing. When
wrinkles disappear what happens? Skin looks younger,
you can't do anything about his loss of hair.
Russ: how can wrinkles disappear?
Karra: because the skin becomes tighter.
Karra: because the muscles are growing.
Karra: because the exercise is replacing
the exercise is strengthening the cells and in doing
so, strengthens the immune system.
Karra: so you see, what is actually
happening to the bodies?
Russ: they are staying healthy.
Karra: hmm-hmm and they're
self-rejuvenating a little bit.
Karra: it's not going to extend the life
expectancy much but the bodies are rejuvenating
themselves. The bodies are becoming strong.
Russ: well a lot of the growing of old and
the elderly is the problems that come around with
the lack of exercise, lack of mental and diet that
lead to more problems earlier in some people and
later in others.
Russ: so this keeps the bodies, while the
life expectancy might be the same, there won't be as
many problems later on.
Karra: correct. Now let us take some older
people, let us take somebody that Mark's very fond
of and looks up to, his grandfather. 86 years old, I
think that's pretty respectable for a third
dimensional male correct?
Russ: oh yeah, very respectable.
Karra: uh-huh. Until recently from what Tia
has said, his grandfather was very mentally active,
ate reasonably healthy and exercised regularly.
Russ: he stopped?
Karra: well due to ill health.
Karra: so let
us take this individual and his exercise regimens,
walking 5 miles a day, working, lugging heavy
objects around, keeping his muscles in tone.
Certainly it appears to be that he suffered greatly
in his youth in a motorcycle accident but yet that
did not stop him from maintaining a healthy,
vigorous life. Let us look at some other factors.
Well much like his grandson, he did smoke. His
grandson still smokes, probably smoked heavier than
his grandson. So, does cigarettes increase the
cancer rate? Yes it does, without a shadow of a
doubt, it is very harmful and very negative but
there are some beneficial factors which we covered
last week I believe, or last channeling session.
Karra: but, certain people it does not
appears to affect as much due to the fact, or any
dangerous activity cannot be said to be totally
beneficial as long as certain things are followed.
Eating healthy, exercise and mentally active. These
three things should be the foundation for longevity.
You can drink in moderation, you can smoke in
moderation, you can eat fats in moderation as long
as you follow the three main areas. Mental activity,
physical activity and eating healthy most of the
time. After all, I will even admit I do enjoy foods
that are very bad for me from time to time. High,
rich foods I absolutely love. Much like that salmon
pâté I made the other day, very bad for you. Okay I
admit I did not make it totally myself. Okay hon,
you have any questions?
Russ: indeed. I've
learned a lot about what causes the cancer, at least
on third dimension, I don't know if it holds true on
sixth dimension and the fact that a lack of
oxidization in the cells leads to a lower ability to
fight off the cancer and the free radicals which
will attach to cells that are lacking electrons or
molecules lacking electrons.
Karra: that's correct.
Russ: now is the work that you were
discussing with the diet, the exercise and the
mental strength help to increase those cancer
Karra: yes, yes due to the fact and
oxidization in the blood, cell capacity to carry
oxygen, that's an interesting field in itself that
we can go into and there is a lot of common
misconceptions. We will hold that one for a later
Karra: and that will be an interesting
discussion because there are quite a few common
misconceptions that you have, very common
misconceptions and very common throughout your
population. But yes, by making the cells healthy, by
being active, eating well and keeping mentally
active, certainly increases the capability to fight
off cell degradation and weakness which opens up to
Russ: the free radicals are brought upon by
cigarette smoking maybe?
Karra: there are lots of different factors.
Russ: oh there are?
Karra: lots of different factors. Such as
being exposed to radioactive materials, such as
smoking harmful chemicals, such as living where
there is a high concentration of certain chemicals.
There are many, many different causes for cancer.
Genetic problems, inbreeding, outbreeding,
introducing of incompatible genes, all sorts of
various problems, all sorts of possible potentials
Russ: hmm, okay, that helps a lot.
Karra: certainly, next question.
Russ: in treating these particular items,
side effects of this, depression........
Russ: things like that where chemicals are
used currently to fight those things, what can be
used as a fighting method for a more psychic level?
Karra: certainly the three that I have
stated also help. For example, you and Mark have
normal fluctuations in moods however, there are
times where depression is part of the cycle. Have
you been depressed recently since you have become
Russ: not at all.
Karra: no except for that minor little
Russ: nothing major.
Karra: nothing major. Okay, what does that
Russ: tells me that......well, a lot of it
is getting more exercise but also the mental
challenges facing me now are greater and more
Karra: correct. So,
mental activity, physical activity and eating
healthy does, let's go through them.
Karra: it rejuvenates the body.....
Karra: it keeps your life expectancy
Karra: it keeps you emotionally controlled.
Russ: uh-huh, fights disease.
Karra: fights disease.
Russ: and helps maintain a positive state
of mind for dealing with problems.
Karra: correct, correct. So, these mental
activities, these physical activities, these eating
activities are what?
Russ: third dimensional rejuvenation
Karra: correct. They're not the ultimate
rejuvenation techniques but they will help to keep
your body looking younger. In essence, it is not
reversing, but stopping or slowing down the
acceleration of degradation of the cells. So you
could say that yes it is rejuvenation because the
muscles tighten up and you do look younger but it is
not true rejuvenation.
Karra: if we labeled the topic
rejuvenation, it would not be correct.
Karra: what we could label it as is,
staying younger, looking younger.
Karra: next question?
Russ: that's all I've got darling. I got a
page here I've to deal with so I'm going to cut this
shorter than I would of liked.
(A call on a pager had just been received)
Karra: okay should we pause the tape or do
you have to depart?
Russ: I'll pause the tape. I won't know if
I'm going to have to depart till...........
(Tia takes over)
Russ: hi Tia.
(Tia says hi in
half of the backside left, a little more.
Tia: okay, well I
thought that was a good idea of Lady Karra's, now
that they're all settled down and everything and are
all snuggled up.
Russ: they just wanted to say good night
and Merry Christmas?
Tia: uh huh, pretty much so.
Russ: I'm going to get some tea my love.
(After my return Tia says goodbye in
Durondedunn and then we embark on my trying to sound
out saying goodbye in Durondedunn.)
(Kiri takes over)
Russ: I think I'll have
Sirian figured it out before I'll have Durondedunn
figured out Kiri.
Kiri: yeah I think you'd be right there
Russ: that would be an easy language to
learn my love.
Kiri: yes it is very easy as opposed to Durondedunn
which is inflections, tones, eye movements and
Russ: pass. I think there's a bit of
purring in there too somewhere.
Russ: I think there's a bit of purring in
there somewhere too.
Kiri: from what Tia said that purring is a
natural reflex when she is contented.
Russ: there is no vocalization there?
Kiri: I think there is a little but Tia
says that purring is very different from the in the
Russ: oh, okay.
Kiri: uh-hm. Yes I noticed Tia does purr
when she is sexually active.
Russ: I haven't noticed that actually.
Kiri: or when she's very, very happy. You
haven't noticed that?
Russ: we haven't been sexually active dear.
Kiri: yes I know and stop blushing.
Russ: I just have to take your word for it.
So how are you my dear? Thank you again, as I told
Tia for being a wonderful hostess.
(For a function I attended on the base)
Kiri: you're welcome.
Russ: lovely bottle of wine.
Kiri: of course, I only have the finest
Russ: yeah of course. And so what are we
going to talk about this evening my love?
Kiri: I don't know, I don't have any topics
due the fact that the only topic that I had doesn't
appear to be necessary anymore.
Russ: really? I got this thing here that
says Kiri's dissertation.
Kiri: no, it's Kiri's teaching program that
was tailor-made if you remember.
(A friend of a friend of Mark's who would
no longer need it)
Russ: yeah right and it doesn't seem to be
Russ: what a shame.
Kiri: pity, pity.
Russ: well we might have some use for it
though very soon.
Kiri: yes but it will have to be rearranged
and tailor-made for that individual.
Russ: well, no worries.
Kiri: if she is interested
(Speaking of another friend and occasional
Russ: and that is a hopeful thing
Kiri: yes. First of all I need more
background, I need to know what her goals and
objectives are and is she capable of coercion because
remember, everybody is not capable.
Russ: I know, she's more of a healer.
Kiri: uh-hmm. So, we've got free chitchat
Russ: all right dear, we've got a lot of
free chitchat time actually.
Russ: couple things actually, working on
things that with your dad and Gonzo.
(Her dad is about to be installed as the
President of Sirius and Gonzo is his bondmate. Gonzo
is a nickname she is called in the family.)
Kiri: oh talking of which......
I had my outfit approved, dad approved it.
Russ: dad doesn't want a
fight if dad wants it.
Kiri: no, because it has padding inside the
Russ: oh you didn't tell me that.
Kiri: you didn't ask.
Russ: mental pictures.
Kiri: do you think I would have given you
Russ: doesn't mean it doesn't give me a
good laugh. Anyway......
Russ: January 20th if I remember right?
Russ: we're set and I'll be there.
Kiri: uh huh and we have a guest coming
back with us, coming back to stay at the apartment.
Russ: right, Huna?
Russ: if I remember right.
Russ: I'm trying to remember that
conversation we had.
Kiri: (Starts singing from the "Lion King")
Huna, Matada, Huna Matada......
Russ: good, I am looking forward to it.
Still trying to figure out what I'm going to wear
Kiri: I'll figure out something for you,
maybe skintight, Lycra type outfit with.....
Russ: nevermind, I'll figure out something.
So how's life treating you other than that?
Kiri: actually what I was thinking was
something like maybe a dark green trousers right?
Dark green high jacket, high collar on it with a
white shirt underneath right? And a cravat. Very
formal. Or there is the other option that I had, a
pair of dark blue trousers with riding boots right?
And a tail, a jacket with tails.
Russ: what color is the jacket?
Kiri: jacket would also probably be dark
green, which would match the dark blue trousers. No,
no, let me finish.
Kiri: okay, with a low, wide collar as
opposed to the high collar okay? And it's not that
color green either, it's darker. Okay, almost an
emerald green okay? With a light, pale blue shirt
Russ: I'll be in the reception line okay?
Kiri no, you won't be in the reception
line, you will be in the line that comes in. We will
all be in the line that comes in.
Russ: yeah, well that's the reception line.
Kiri no, the reception line is the people,
that's the receiving line, there is no reception
Russ: oh it's the receiving line.
Kiri: the receiving line will be the
outgoing president, his wife, the incoming
president, Gonzo and then the administrators and the
civil servants. The high administrators and civil
servants, I think there's like three of each.
Russ: oh, so we're not standing in line
shaking hands. We're actually....
Kiri: moving down the line.
Russ: were moving down the line?
Russ: all right. Can't we make the jacket
Russ: why not? The shirt's light blue and
the pants are dark blue, why can't the jacket be
Kiri: for the simple reason that it won't
have quite the same affect you see.
Russ: is this a Sirian thing?
Kiri: uh huh. The other option was
Russ: I'll have to take your word on Sirian
Kiri: the other option was white pants,
riding pants right? With the boots. Riding boots
actually go very nice with it. With the lighter
green jacket right? With the tails and a top hat and
Russ: I'll stay with the second choice
Kiri: uh-huh, that is my idea.
Russ: all right so the light blue shirt
over a low collared jacket, has the shirt got
ruffles in it?
Russ: well is it just a
Kiri: well you have a tie.
Russ: buttoned all the way to the top.
Kiri: you have to wear the tie.
Russ: what color is the tie?
Kiri: your choice. Can't be a solid color
Russ: what do you mean it can't be a solid
Kiri: can't be black, white, green, it has
to be black or white, red or white, yellow or white
or any combination of colors.
Russ: you mean red and white?
Kiri: red and white.
Russ: how about blue and green?
Kiri: if that doesn't clash and Karra
Russ: okay. Well we'll have to do it on the
computer and see what it looks like.
Russ: and riding boots and a cravat.
Cravat? No, no cravat.
Kiri: no cravat. You can wear a cravat in
replacement of the tie.
Russ: what's a cravat again?
Kiri: it's kind of like a man's type scarf.
Russ: oh right, right, right. And it's a
bow-tie or a tie?
Kiri: yeah a tie, no bow-ties, bow-ties are
looked upon as crass.
Russ: oh so it's a tie?
Russ: hmm, a lot can be done with ties.
Kiri: oh yes.
Russ: God, this must be a Sirian thing.
Kiri: oh it's very formal, very, very
formal. Do we have a cat doing vertical
takeoffs? Defeating the laws of physics again.
(A cat in the channeling room
was jumping at something)
Russ: all right, I'll tell you what love,
here we go. See that picture?
(Holds up a drawing)
Russ: can we do a tie like that?
Kiri: possibly yes.
Russ: you know, in an ocean format.
Kiri: kind of an oceany type look?
Kiri: uh-huh. Actually I was thinking
probably a dark blue might look a little better and
Russ: I like it, I like that.
Kiri: more like that kind of blue.
Russ: ohhh, very nice.
Kiri: uh-huh, because the jacket will be
more that color right?
Kiri: and with the pale blue shirt right?
I'm looking for a pale blue. Okay so your shirt will
be that color and then with the tie being that dark
blue right? With the jacket being that dark green,
now you understand.
Russ: okay I see and what color is the
Kiri: well we were going to do them a dark
blue as well to match with the jacket or we can do
them in white.
Russ: what kind of blues we have around
here that match?
Kiri: match them.
Russ: match them up.
Kiri: it is a really dark blue, almost a
Russ: okay I can work with that. Any hat?
Kiri: if you want to wear a hat but it's
Russ: I mean I don't know what the customs
Kiri: hats are unimportant. Besides, you
take them off when you're inside.
Russ: no I'll just do without. Because then
I have to have a cane?
Kiri: not necessarily but gloves will do if
you're wearing a big hat, a top hat, then gloves
would be necessary that would have to match your
Russ: I'm just not a glove kind of guy. All
Kiri: I'm wearing white gloves that come up
(Points to a spot on her upper arm.)
Russ: no I like the idea you've got, that's
a good idea.
Kiri: my stockings will also match the
color but you won't see my stockings.
Russ: I wonder if I can get my sapphire to
go in astral form. Get a sapphire earring?
Kiri: no, I wouldn't recommend it. If you
want a sapphire tie pin, we can do that.
Russ: ohh, that would be nice.
Kiri: uh-huh, I know that Mark's dress
uniform he's going to be wearing.
Russ: hmm, so a sapphire look on that.
Russ: ohh I like that look.
Kiri: yeah, Mark's wearing his dress
uniform right? And what we're doing
is, if it's okay with him, we need to ask him, we
are going to put his coat of arms on the sleeve
instead of his regiment flash.
Russ: he'll approve.
Kiri: I don't know, Mark can be a stickler
for form sometimes.
Russ: I like that idea, I think that's
going to be a real nice outfit.
Russ: there's dancing I'm hoping I can stay
long enough for.
Kiri: well the reason why the outfits are
designed like they are is that you don't have to go
to somewhere to change because they are easy to move
Russ: right, well see I was trying to
practice at your place was maintaining form.......
Kiri: yeah I noticed that.
Russ: and length. That's why I'm working on
Russ: very difficult, God I couldn't get
through that glass of wine. Maybe I should've held
off on the wine.
Kiri: yes, I think it might be best. Now
etiquette, as I have attended a few formal functions
and I have behaved myself at them despite popular
myths and legends. There are probably an equal number that I have misbehaved.......
Russ: they're just stories someone told
once. Come on...don't....
Kiri: there are probably an equal number of
the ones that I have misbehaved at than behaved at.
Now it is quite acceptable not to drink.
Russ: oh, okay.
Kiri: now polite behavior is if everybody's
drinking you drink however there is a little trick I
(Takes a sip from a tea cup in front of
Mark but doesn't drink).
Russ: you didn't actually drink.
it on my lips, it looks like I drunk but I didn't,
got it on Mark's lips.
Russ: well I'll work on that then
because I think the alcohol definitely throws me off
every time I drink that stuff in astral form.
Kiri: correct, probably does.
Russ: hits me harder.
Kiri: well there is less of you to resist
against the alcoholic content. Okay, now something
that is very important, if you are drinking let us
say this is a wine glass, finger.
Russ: oh finger out?
Kiri: as with drinking tea. You've seen
Mark do that correct? I don't know if it's a
similarity that has hung over but the finger is very
Russ: Sirian custom and a British custom?
Kiri: uh huh.
Russ: it's probably hung over.
Kiri: the nod.
Russ: the nod?
Kiri: yes there is a nod.
Russ: is this in deference to people of
Kiri: correct. For example, if you take
somebody's hand to shake it right? You can't go,
"How are you?" Which seems to be quite popular and
common on your planet. It is you with one hand out
straight, curve the finger,"How are you?" The hand
stays perfectly still. If the person of higher
station, let us say you are shaking hands with the
president right? The outgoing president, he will not
nod to you. He will not tip his head. And it is just
the tip of the head. It is because you are paying
if you meet
somebody of equal rank, you do not
nod. If you meet somebody of lower rank, you can nod
if you are paying them respect. Let us say you are
the ambassador, as opposed to big sis right? And you
are meeting Tia.....little trick there, didn't
actually touch on her okay? And you shake hands.
Take her hand, so you are like this right?
she would nod to you right? And out of respect for
her for her achievements, if you wish, you could nod
back and it would be equal. Equal to equal as
opposed to some of your cultures on your planet
where the higher you are the less you bow. So that
if you are bowing to let us say an ambassador as
you, you would have to bow quite low. If you were
bowing to a president of a nation, you would be
almost bending in half.
Russ: well true.
Kiri: here, it is just a head nod and it is
equal to equal. For example....
Russ: since everyone is of higher station
than I am, it won't be very tough to figure out.
Kiri: uh-huh. Just do what I do okay? Just
follow Karra's lead as well.
Russ: all right, well Karra is the
ambassador so she's going to be doing it
Kiri: (Laughs) ambassadors appear to be
about the lowest on the list.
Russ: oh really? For some reason I had a
Kiri: oh, it's ambassadors and up.
Ambassadors, presidents of other planets, members of
which are above ambassadors in the social structure.
Russ: what about base commanders?
Kiri: those would be the equivalent of
presidents of other worlds. Which it goes, the
outgoing, the incoming presidents of Sirius,
presidents of other worlds, Senators, Council
members, ambassadors and family members.
Russ: oh, I knew we were in there
the kids coming?
Russ: they'll be coming to Sirius?
Russ: but they won't be going to the actual
Kiri: you think that we would we would have
the hooligans running around?
Russ: even on their best behavior they'd
still be running around.
Kiri: correct, it would be reminiscent of
certain people being found naked in a swimming pool
with other people.
(Referring to an instance on Sirius she had
described in an earlier session.)
Russ: yes I can't imagine anybody would do
that actually, but if they were, I can imagine it
would be frowned upon.
Kiri: yes, very frowned upon. Especially at
an inaugural party and function.
Russ: yeah well you got bored, what can you
Kiri: hell, I was a teenager.
Russ: I know.
Kiri: teenagers always get bored.
Russ: I heard the whole story
backwards and forwards.
Kiri: uh huh, besides, my headlights were
constantly on there.
Russ: well your dad's probably just worried
that you'll repeat such incidences.
Kiri: I'm 58 hon. I'm not a child anymore.
Russ: I didn't say you were dear. You've
got 942 years to go more or less.
Kiri: I've already had this conversation
with my father, "I am not a child anymore"
Russ: I can imagine you had this
Kiri: and his comment was, "Sweetie pie,
you will always be a child in my eyes. You'll always
be my little girl " And it's sort of like, "thank
you dad, but I am fully mature, I have two wonderful
children, I have two bond mates, I am quite happy
Russ: well your dad's probably a little
Kiri: uh-huh. Besides, I've seen the guest
list and there's nobody on there that I've had an
Russ: well that's encouraging.
Kiri: there's nobody I've been in
compromising positions with either or one night
Russ: well you been off that planet for a
might be a different situation completely.
Kiri: I don't think so, I've never enjoyed
moving in those social circles.
Russ: well that's true.
Kiri: maybe their daughters I would of had
Russ: well luckily your life is taking you
in the correct path that you needed to live,
excellent. How's work been?
Kiri: I have quieted things down a little.
This is how big and formal it's going to be. Leah's
family, the Tenuvial family, has been invited.
Russ: why? Not that I don't mind, but I
Kiri: uh huh, well actually Leah's mother
and father have been invited.
Russ: what connection does the Tenuvial
family have with the Tanaka family?
Kiri: they are senators, or he is a
Russ: so Huna and Leah are going to be
Kiri: they haven't been invited, it doesn't
quite work that way.
Kiri: when you send out an invite to
Senator Tenuvial and his bond mate, you can't bring
Kiri: when I received my invite, it was for
Kiri Tanaka. When Tia received her invite, it was
for Tia Taal. When Mark received his, it was for
Sgt. Crocker retired.
Russ: I don't know what mine said.
Kiri: yours was addressed to ambassador and
her bond mate and you were mentioned by name. You
see they're very specific and they have to be. Now
the thing is it wasn't sent by your father-in-law,
my father. These are invites as a courtesy to him
from the outgoing president.
Russ: oh really?
Kiri: that's the way that it's done. When
he retires from the president's office, he will send
out a list as a farewell and as respect for...
Russ: the incoming president.
Russ: what is this gentleman's name...I
mean her name, excuse me?
Kiri: the president is Lady Tryan
Kiri: yes, you address her as either President Tryan
Russ: I like that.
Kiri: no it is better to use the more
modern term which is President Tryan.
Russ: oh, okay. All right.
Kiri: see, I know a lot more and I behave a
lot more and I keep my urges under control.
Russ: yes you do.....President Tryan.
Kiri: have you met your sister's secretary
Kiri: have you met your sister's secretary
Kiri: not yet.
Kiri: no, I haven't met her yet.
Russ: cute girl.
Kiri: she's new on the base correct?
Russ: uh huh, from Sirius.
Kiri: uh-huh, well where else would she be
Russ: of course. She's really nice.
and she loves the kids, they
have so much fun with her.
Kiri: does she have a bond mate?
Russ: she's new on the base.
Kiri: okay, we're almost out of tape as
Kiri: and talking of urges, I am starting
to feel them a little bit so I will hand back to
Russ: okay love.
Kiri: now I also want to......
Russ: thank you for your instruction.
Kiri: uh-huh, now one other
important....very important thing. If you are with
somebody that is very, very talkative that wants to
talk to you and talk to you and bend your ear and to
say this and say that, you can say and by putting up
your hand should stop the conversation. And you can
say "at this time, I think it is not appropriate to
continue his conversation". Or put up your hand like
this and say, "can we continue this conversation at
a later time?" Which is basically ending the
conversation politely and leaving it open to be
continued at another time. Now normally and it is
accepted behavioral patterns is, basically what
you're saying is, "look you're giving me too much
information, you've given me information overload,
let's change the subject, let's talk about something
Russ: well see I have a special problem in
that matter you know because my astral travel is
based on my ability to stay mentally enthused
throughout my entire trip. For me to
actually maintain a corporal form, or any form
whatsoever, I actually have to be
involved in what I'm doing, otherwise I just go
drifting off and fade off. If someone is holding me
there in conversation and I start getting bored, I
wake up back here going.....
Kiri: yeah, but let's say they manage to
keep you focused enough but you're having sensory
overload on it right, what do you do?
Russ: I'll just explain to them "hey look
Kiri: uh,uh,uh, impolite.
Kiri: hand up, "let us continue this conversation at
Kiri: now what do you do?
Russ: oh, hold my hand....
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