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Benjen, Ned, and Lyanna Stark. Lyanna is often compared to Arya Stark in the books. Lyanna had a touch of it, and my brother Brandon more than a touch. It brought them both to an early grave. Arya heard sadness in his voice; he did not often speak of this father, or of the brother and sister who had died before she was born. You remind me of her sometimes.
You even look like her. Everybody said so. It was not a thing that was ever said of Arya. Arya and Ned on season one of "Game of Thrones.
Lyanna was also known for being a talented horseback rider. Again in the books, Arya is told she resembles Lyanna by a man named Harwin. He was the son of Winterfell's "master of horse," and so knew both Lyanna and Arya well. Lady Lyanna. In that same season six flashback to young Lyanna and her siblings, Bran sees Lyanna ride a horse into the courtyard. Her brothers chastised her for showing off. Lyanna was a skilled horse rider.
Lyanna, again just like Arya, is described as tomboyish but still beautiful. Arya is often described as having a long face with brown hair and grey eyes, so it's possibly Lyanna had similar qualities. In his historical fiction, "A World of Ice and Fire," Martin wrote that Lyanna was "by all accounts a wild and boyish young thing.
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Ned and Lyanna's father, Lord Rickard agreed to marry Lyanna to Robert Baratheon when they were in their late teen years. In the books, Ned thinks back to the night Lyanna was told the news:.
Ned had held the babe in his arms; he could scarcely deny her, nor would he lie to his sister, but he had assured her that what Robert did before their betrothal was of no matter, that he was a good man and true who would love her with all his heart. Lyanna had only smiled. In Ned's memory, Lyanna was not excited nor hopeful about the prospect of her marriage to Robert. Instead she is wary of his reputation for bedding different women. Robert Baratheon never let go of Lyanna's death. Robert, on the the other hand, only has fond memories of Lyanna and his passionate love for her.
Even more than 10 years later, Robert still mourns Lyanna's death and seeks vengeance against the Targaryens.
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On the show, Robert and Cersei discuss Lyanna and how she was the reason their marriage could never have worked. This is just a matter of you calling the voices for what they really are and recognizing it as being demonic warfare. There is so much more to it than just that but if you believe this maybe you may want to comment and tell me what you think. I have had so many battles with the devil and he has given me visions to try to capture me and believe that he is worth being a friend to but my allegiance is with God and the kingdom of God.
I am here to open the door to the truth to anyone who wants to save their spirit and stop the belief of these voices knowing that it is nothing more than a lying deceptive demon trying to get to the bottom of your spirit to get you to either commit suicide or turn your soul over to the devil. Do not believe not one thing that is in your head when you hear these voices.
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It has been in the Bible for thousands of years for us to see the truth is in the word the word that is the truth is the living Bible. The person i used to hear could also read my mind, this was triggered by falling deeply in love ….. The voice in my head kept telling me to do things. I got treatment and was hospitalized for a long time the treatment worked for a short time. And when I was asked was I hearing voices I would say no but actually they where there all the time from I went to bed till I got up, but I was in control of them. Its got that I spend most of my time in my bedroom should I talk out loud no one else will hear me.
I am currently writing several books about hearing voices. I would love to talk to you and maybe we can Lear something from one another. You can reach me at nenarazmara hotmail.
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Reblogged this on Far be it from me —. For everyone… I hear voices too — have done for as long as I can remember, which is well over forty years. Yes some people really have a hard time with voices they hear but is that because something is wrong in their brain chemistry or is it mostly because when they try to talk about it society treats people who are a little different the way it does — the way Eleanor describes and the way many, many others have experienced? If we could divert just a fraction of resources that go into coercing people to take meds we might be able to actually help people learn how to live with whatever they experience so they need meds less.
I have first hand experience of this, and with help from HVN of working it out. Hearing Voices as an approach is not about telling everyone what will work for them and what they need to do — how could we possibly know? I love this. Thank you, Eleanor. In this he went on to refer directly to schizophrenia and I believed this to be true for my situation as well.
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What began with the professionals whom permitted and supported me in removing the medications went on to be a spiritual quest that has lead to almost 20 years un-medicated and living an independent, self-supporting life with a marriage and full time job and very full wonderful life! I applaud you Eleanor and maybe someday we can meet and discuss.
Brava, my dear, Brava!!! Pingback: What a wild ride - Butterfly Bits. I do not see this as being as abnormal or odd as others. If no one had ever told her that hearing other voices and conversations in her own head was wrong she would never see herself as abnormal. Her way of representing emotions is simply less socially acceptable than other forms.
The part where she comes to the realization that deaf individuals do not hear voices, but see sign language is a incredibly important part of this Ted Talk. The majority of the population fail to realize that other people think differently. They never stop to question that maybe what goes on in their own heads might be different than someone else. There are the keywords like hearing voices or similar keywords that jump out at people as abnormal. These labels can be incredibly damaging.
Eleanor Longden has personified her emotions. She might have had any number of reasons, but what she has done is given her emotional feelings a voice. Instead of feeling a emotion, she has given them a voice. Each one represents a different emotion or feeling. We might feel guilt, sadness, depression, anger, happiness, excitement and other emotions in a quick internal debate with outselves.
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What we do not realize, is we are talking to ourselves just like Eleanor Longden is.