SgtPepper

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  1. @Carl-Richard I agree with you! I still think there's value in self-assessments and psychological testing, but it depends on the context and rigorous nature of it.
  2. Psychological tests are meant to measure constructs which represent an introspective experience. So yes its pseudo science since mood states such as happiness and sadness; and personality characteristics laziness or intelligence cannot be directly measured or observed. Instead what happens is social science will get a huge sample, establish a bell curve, and then measure you against it to identify you amongst the rest. Another faultiness of psychological testing is that they are self-reported which means people can lie, exaggerate or falsely assess themselves. The thing is, psychologists have never denied anything I'm saying, it's just average people take psychological tests as being Truth when its truly just a component in assessing or diagnosing someone. The only natural science regarding humans is Behavioral Analysis
  3. That's why we need solid values/beliefs to ground yourself in between all the work.
  4. I think you would not feel this way, if you planned fun activities for yourself. Then you will be having so much fun and not thinking about others, but instead on the good time you are having.
  5. Personally, I think there are better religious organizations to be a part of as an American. But I understand the attraction. Everyone is dressed simply and singing mantras and hanging out with like minded people. Just let them be. Clearly, people are needing that kind of energy and hierarchy.
  6. that sounds about right. Maybe it was 120ug or something, but one tab can definitely do what you described.
  7. @Thought Art I agree with everything you said. and I am in the same place. I do think Leo puts sufficient warnings and directions though. Another thing that may not cross the minds of people on the forum is that Leo has and still does go through challenging experiences even with psychedelics, I have no doubt about it. He wasn't just born matured. In the end, I don't really know Leo's life, but I know mine and others, and the themes are is that Life is hard and challenging no matter what. Suffering is necessary to transcend to higher levels of consciousness.
  8. Jesus Christ is man who transcended survival and took on the character of the Father/God/Love as a result became the Son of God because only a Son of God can transcend survival and forgive torture. I believe he was a real person. It doesn't really matter though, because today you have a story of a person who changed the world and can inspire you to be like the Son of God.
  9. Go outside and say hello to people. It'll wash away the strangeness you are feeling. You are pure love just like everyone else and all you need to do is realize that.
  10. I don't think you're giving people enough credit to think for themselves. At this point, you're acting like @Leo Gura is a loaded gun.
  11. I just did 3g of mushrooms by myself in my home yesterday and to me they are feeling healing inside out, even physically. They could be anti-productive, but I've also been motivated to get my 'shit together' immediately as I am coming down.
  12. There's all kinds of people out there. Not every women or men you meet is the kind a person would meet at a club. There are plenty of men and women who want to save themselves for someone special and have a low to no "body count". and there are plenty of men and women who just want to a free for all. Find the person who suits you. I'm sure we can all agree with that
  13. I gotta disagree, but that's alright man, do what speaks to your higher self!
  14. It's perfectly okay to do that and many guys do this.
  15. Because societies that practiced monogamy faired better than other societies.