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    Where is BruceS?

    Is anyone knows where is BruceS. There is like two weeks since he hasn't show up.

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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    Sometimes he just gets involved with some stuff. He'll be around when he can .

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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    He's probably hanging out in Samadhi.......
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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    I suspect that Bruce has been wearing mechanicals again. He falls off the wagon now and then, and hides in shame.

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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzbait View Post
    I suspect that Bruce has been wearing mechanicals again. He falls off the wagon now and then, and hides in shame.
    Yeah, someone needs to go over and trawl TZ-UK, and pull him out for an intervention
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    Quote Originally Posted by tallguy View Post
    Yeah, someone needs to go over and trawl TZ-UK, and pull him out for an intervention
    He hasn't been there either...

    I think Bruce is one of those (very sensible) guys who sometimes questions why he spends so much time living virtually when he could be living actually.
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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    I was wondering where he was myself? Hopefully enjoying himself somewhere!

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    I think and hope he's enjoying taking pictures of Cornwall and has a great time raising his son. I hope he will share his great sense of humor mixed with his knowledge of watches and life with us in time. Maybe he's just on vacation

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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    I tell you.. he's in a better place.. kind of like G-Shock heaven.....he'll be back among us soon.

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    Samadhi (Sanskrit: समाधि) is a Hindu and Buddhist term that describes a non-dualistic state of consciousness in which the consciousness of the experiencing subject becomes one with the experienced object,[1] and in which the mind becomes still (one-pointed or concentrated)[2] though the person remains conscious. Sahaj samadhi is the effortless and continual state of perfection of a satguru.[3] It varies from technical terms used to describe the higher levels of concentrated meditation, or dhyana (alt. "jhana"), in Yogic schools, and is considered a precursor for enlightenment, or Nirvana, in Buddhism. It is the eighth and final limb of the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, and comprises the pinnacle of achievements in Samyama, the three-tiered practice of meditation including also dharana and dhyana.
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    Re: Where is BruceS?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gawain View Post
    I tell you.. he's in a better place.. kind of like G-Shock heaven.....he'll be back among us soon.

    Samadhi

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    Samadhi (Sanskrit: समाधि) is a Hindu and Buddhist term that describes a non-dualistic state of consciousness in which the consciousness of the experiencing subject becomes one with the experienced object,[1] and in which the mind becomes still (one-pointed or concentrated)[2] though the person remains conscious. Sahaj samadhi is the effortless and continual state of perfection of a satguru.[3] It varies from technical terms used to describe the higher levels of concentrated meditation, or dhyana (alt. "jhana"), in Yogic schools, and is considered a precursor for enlightenment, or Nirvana, in Buddhism. It is the eighth and final limb of the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali, and comprises the pinnacle of achievements in Samyama, the three-tiered practice of meditation including also dharana and dhyana.

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