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EHE Web Discussion Board (BBS)
Last Update: 07 July 2001
The Purpose of EHE Network's Web Discussion Board
The object of this BBS is to serve as a forum for people to discuss their anomalous experiences and their transformative potential in evolving a personal philosophy stemming from those experiences.
The Director of the EHE Network, Rhea White, expresses the primary aim of this BBS as being to explore all types of anomalous/exceptional experiences as potential openings to a meaningful process which, by means of various associations, influences, and aftereffects, can introduce the experiencer to his or her larger self, one that is more connected to all life and the sacred, and that can unfold a sense of purpose as well as shed meaning and light on our ordinary daily lives.
When viewed as seed experiences, these nonordinary, unusual, and sometimes paranormal and transcendent experiences can change our sense of who we are, why we are here, and the nature of the universe that enfolds us. Sharing your own experiences and those of others and helping others to see the meaning of their experiences while others shed light on your own takes everyone further along the path of what we call the EHE process.
The BBS is open to the public. This BBS is not officially moderated, but 'flaming', advertising and other inappropriate postings may be removed by the webmaster. We recommend that members read the basic information about EHEs and the EHE Network on the EHE Network website, at http://www.ehe.org/.
General Rules for Participation
EHE Network's Web Message Board (the "BBS") is designed to be a supportive environment for the sharing and discussion of exceptional experiences of all kinds. There is a very wide range of experience types (see List of Potential EEs/EHEs) and the BBS is open to all of them.
Some of these experience types may include, or be experienced or interpreted within, certain belief systems -- philosophical, religious, etc. It is our goal to make the EHEN BBS a place for the diversity of human experience. We as an organization do not promote any particular belief system or philosophy, except those general aims which direct the purpose of our organization, such as contribution to research about human experience, and contribution to the potentiation (positive fulfillment) of such experiences for each individual.
We ask that contributors and their accounts be treated fairly and objectively by all members, regardless of the framework in which their experience originated, or in which the individual interprets them. We welcome discussion from all perspectives, including differing views, but we strongly discourage doctrinal or lecturing discussion, as this only alienates those with differing views and makes the sharing environment less comfortable.
Legal Caveats and Related Notes
EHE.ORG is privately owned and publicly operated website owned by the Exceptional Human Experience Network. SCIENCEHORIZON.COM is a privately owned and privately and publicly operated website owned by ScienceHorizon Web Media, which handles internet media for the EHE Network.
All contributions to the EHE BBS are copyright both to the original author and to the EHE Network. EHEN or its authorized agents may choose to use selections from the content posted to the EHE BBS, in part or in whole, in this or other forms of media, now or in the future. EHEN retains all rights to replicate, in full or in part, and to edit or spell-correct if necessary, materials from the EHE BBS. For privacy reasons, EHEN will not use personal names of contributors unless permission has been asked for and granted by that contributor prior to any replication of their material.
EHE Network exists to facilitate the sharing of, the research into, and the personal potentiation of, anomalous or Exceptional Human Experiences. We hope you will join us!
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