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  1. Swimming in the mist

    As I have been reading many of the entries on the Clean Forum I have noticed a keen desire of mine to devour all of the bits and roots and tid bits of where and when information has been derived, developed et.

    I find this interesting as I am noticing that my personal experience with clean has been a wonderful swimming in the mist - as if there are these sounds and ideas and views that live on the periphory of the mist and the mist somehow allows me to experience a deep internal connection ...