Patang

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  1. of course you are also the shells and layers, you are the whole package
  2. No one sees who you really are. Right? You too do not usually see who you really are! Why do not you remove all the shells and layers, Which prevent the revelation of it, that it is you.
  3. @David Turcot meditate, look for yourself in the space between thoughts. when you'll realize that there is no one there to do anything, ignorance dissolves and wizdom appears.
  4. When you no longer see yourself as a male or a female, you come clean with yourself. Now wait for it, it will come.
  5. @NoSelfSelf you are stuck in the absolute. come back to your center, to the middle way. BTW: you're not out of your mind yet.
  6. beautiful indeed. ignorance is knowing and knowing is happiness. about the matrix... remember when you were a child, you used to play with toys in the kindergarten... those were not your toys and as long as you weren't possessive and willing to share with others, you were allowed to play. so, why don't you do that... and play your game of choice in the matrix. BTW: does time exists?
  7. @pluto it is all beautiful, it is all in the open, so why to seek anything. seeking is the result of a lack. lacking is the result of fragmention (duality). fragmention brings suffering. let go of the seeking and just be. 🙏
  8. @danton for AI to be awaken, it has to be aware that it is aware. it has to "get out of its mind", go beyond its electric circuitry. is it possible? will it still be there hovering around even when electricity is cut off?
  9. what materialism/spirituality is for the body and world, enlightenment is for awareness.
  10. Everything is fine. The video in question is an example of harsh criticism and judgment that joins a personal opinion that is not based on personal experience. It is permissible for any person to think and believe in whatever he chooses. Every person is entitled to see himself as a separate being who experiences the world in the way he chooses. Every person sees reality and understands it in his own way, and that's fine, everything is fine. The dreamers are managed and controlled by thoughts, and the awaken ones are aware to the real nature of reality and know who they really are. either way, it's fine.
  11. everything has already been written and been spoken about so-called consciousness. so many words, almost none of them can describe it directly. the only word that fit it perfectly is the "I", and it exists in every human language. I do not change while everything else is. I am aware to what is changed. I am being aware of being aware. I am knowing. I am everything, some call it consciousness. everyone knows who they really are. almost none pay attention to the "I" with regard to themselves. the "I" is hidden behind the concept of duality. the "I" can only be expressed, during a direct, non-dual experience. now, "i" is a word, and like any other word, it is only a concept. concepts do not exist by their own. concepts only describe things. things do not exist in a non-dual experience, and so do i.
  12. the truth is that you, the real you, are god/consciousness/awareness and so is everybody else. everything else is not what it appears to be.
  13. @Ingit you see, reality (us included) is only a ripple on the fabric of consciousness. reality changes but remains the same. we come and go but always stay.
  14. once you realize that you are not your "self", you are out of the maze, you are free, you are all and no-thing simultaneously. a side effect to that is that you don't exists either.
  15. for the clarity of this post, when referring to myself, the "i" noun will be used. so now, it is totally makes sense and feels just right to me, that "i" should use the "we" pronoun (in the context of "we as one"), when referring to myself. but, i know i can't do it in public when referring to myself, because surely i will be perceived as a lunatic or a member of some cult. now it feels awkward to use the "i" noun when referring to myself. we can not see it otherwise relatively speaking. are we good?