A spiritual person whom is wise beyond their years; people of strong emotional stability. Basically, someone whom has more understanding of the world around them.
Some people even believe an old soul is a person whom has learned from past incarnations, or lives. They aquired certain knowledge from their past lives and apply it to their present life... thus gaining more wisdom than the average bloke.
"She has an old soul."
In past lives. Places the subject into previous incarnations of one's soul, and expresses faith in reincarnation. A good way how to recognize hippies and New Age folk on the internet.
I'm so good at meditation, because IPL I had to live in India.
I'm afraid of cats, because a tiger ate me IPL.
|3.||you are in the past tense|
Another way of saying "you're history" before killing them or ruining thier lives.
Don't push that button! PLEASE!
You are in the past tense, bub.
1. Recognizable qualitative characters of the given.--C. I. Lewis (1929)
2. Parts of experiential knowledge, i.e., that which can only be known through experience.
3. The introspectively accessible, phenomenal aspects of our mental lives.--Stanford Internet Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
4. Simplest forms of experience.
5. Outlets of the flow of experience (from consciousness).
6. Finest levels of (mental) qualities.
7. Finest levels of feeling.
8. Junction points between being and experiencing.
9. Starting points of becoming.
10. Introspectible and seemingly monadic properties of sense datum, but universal, not particular.
11. 'Quale' is to 'quality' as 'quantum' is to 'quantity'. (Etymologically)
12. Subjective qualities of conscious experience.
13. Subjective sensations. --Ramachandran & Blakeslee (1998)
14. Orderly modes of consciousness.
1. Philosophers and scientists alike have pondered qualia for a long time without resolution.
2. AI researchers wonder whether machines that pass the Turing Test would experience qualia, and whether they would even need to do so.
3. It is difficult to deny the existence of qualia.
4. Our failure to define qualia also makes people wonder if color are experienced differently by each person--how can we tell if some people see colors inverted, since they would still call roses red and grass green?
5. Qualia could occur only in the presence, interfacing the future and the past. You can remember the information about events, but not the actual feeling you had at that time. You could remember, for example, having been angry at receiving a parking ticket--but this is information not actually the feeling, since the police officer also remembers you being angry. If the memory makes you angry, then your present anger is a new experience--not the original experience. But this is good; otherwise, we could recall qualia such as pain--and headaches might never end.
In reincarnation communities, someone who remembers a life in nazi Germany.
Things were tough for us dead nazis... we have a past life from hell.
1. An annoying problem between you and another person.
2. You hold on to the problem because you have nothing better to do in life.
3. Something someone does in order to make peoples' lives harder.
"I can't stand that girl, I'm holding a grudge against her because of mistakes she's made in the past."
1.a person liveing in the past
2.a crazy person
1.damn gurl time to live in the present and look toward to the future
2.2008girl lives in ETNAL which she thinks is a wonderful place but its really her home with the rest pf her crayzies including jas