WaveInTheOcean

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  1. One of the wisest post I've read on this forum. Read OP again dear reader.
  2. 2cb is hands down the best beginner psychedelic. So gentle, only 4 hours and low headspace, very flexible. Take 15 mg and listen to music
  3. πŸ™ƒπŸ˜†πŸ˜…πŸ˜‡πŸ₯°πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ’œπŸŒ»πŸ”ͺπŸ§ πŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒπŸ’¦
  4. "I dont remember" is a thought. You see: this (enlightenment, truth) is SO hilariously obvious that your mind constantly will reject it. It's like you've been looking for hay in a haystack your whole life, and a dude comes over to you and says 'hey, the hay you're looking for, you got it bro, it's right here' ... Of course you will reject it/him, because if you admitted it to yourself that you've been swimming in hay your whole life while looking for hay, well, that would be extremely, out-of-this-world embarrassing, right? So your mind comes up with all kind of excuses and all kind of imaginary problems. "oh this is not hay, I'm looking for real hay" ... "Oh, well i forgot what i was looking for but it surely can't be hay then!" .. etc. Or - you could say it's like looking for your dear pair of glasses your whole life, never finding them, because you forgot you had them on. "I don't remember. I only remember this life." I asked you a very very simple question (have you ever experienced unconsciousness/deep sleep?), and your mind didn't like the simplicity of it, so it conjured up some imaginary issues: "I don't remember, I only remember this life"... Well, dude, your whole life is nothing other than memories. So there is that. Let's say we erased all of your memories, even your ability to form both short- and long-term memories, what would then 'be' ??? Pure being, pure consciousness, not even able to ask questions, not even able to reflect, to regret, to worry. Just 'pure being' without the illusory sense of time (past and future). Now, it IS possible to sober 'grasp' 'pure being' (truth, reality) while still retaining the ability to form memories. This requires complete surrender though, an extreme almost non/super-human 'ability' to 'disidentify' & completely and absolutely 'let go' every day, every hour, every minute, every second. ... And if you can do that, you're infinite, liberated, at peace, calm, in the now, fully present, detached but 'immersed in consciousness itself' *without* clinging, tension, contraction, ego, worry... ... The point is, javfly, that your life IS memories: i.e. a story your unconscious mind conjures up for you (conscious self) every day you wake up from bed. It doesn't matter if it is a true or false story, that is completely irrelevant; the point is that 'you' (as a self) & 'time' & 'opposites' (i.e. good, bad, self, other, life death) ONLY (seem to) exist BECAUSE you are so hilariously ATTACHED (identified) with 'your memories'. So let me ask you again: have YOU (the innermost experience of being YOU) EVER 'experienced' "unconsciousness/deep sleep" , -- yes or no ?? Or let me ask you in another way: If you *did* remember the experience of 'unconsciousness/deep sleep' would that experience then not be a *conscious* experience ?? If you *did* clearly remember the experience of 'earlier lives' would those experiences then not be a *conscious* experience AND a part of what you now -- selfishly, ignorantly -- 'define' as 'my life' ?? πŸ˜…πŸ˜†πŸ™ƒπŸŒ„πŸ™β€οΈπŸ’œπŸ—‘οΈπŸ”ͺπŸ”₯πŸ™ˆπŸŽΆπŸŒžπŸŽ­ What is 'material reality' ?? Like for fucking real, what the fuck (:D) do you mean when you say 'material reality' ?? We have to be really really nitty gritty and careful here. Isn't 'material reality' just a concept appearing NOW *as* 'conscious experience' ?? I mean, if you were to show me this 'material reality' of yours, what would you do? Take me into the Himalayas to show me the mountains? Fly me into space to show me the 🌎, the Solar System? Or perhaps drive me down town to New York's scientific museum to show me pictures of atoms and mathematical graphs of electrons' orbitals? Wouldn't all of these examples be '*conscious(ness)* experiences' ?? Or let's say your "monkey-survival-brain-conceptual-addicted-to-thinking-limited-mind" (the same "I got") 'takes up the challenge' and replies with a conceptual answer like: "oh, duh hippie, with 'material reality' I just mean fucking *reality*: this 'physical world' you & I are (seem to be) 'stuck in', are experiencing daily, you know, *matter*: other human bodies, sunlight, trees, buildings, cells, brains, molecules, physical laws, atoms, quarks, electrons, positions, matter(!) " ... - well, then 'that' is what 'you believe' reality to be: a concept..., and while you were writing it, were you conscious?, - while I was reading it, was I conscious? ... πŸ˜…πŸ˜πŸ˜‡πŸ™ˆπŸŽΆπŸ’ƒπŸŽ­πŸ”₯πŸ•ΊπŸŒŽπŸ™ƒπŸŒ»πŸ’¦ Maybe you believe/identify to much in/with 'thoughts' ... maybe... πŸ’œπŸ’«πŸ—‘οΈπŸ§ πŸ”ͺβ˜€οΈ All I see here is just more concepts, more guesses, more thinking, more beliefs, more identifying, more worrying, more attachment, more clinging, more seeking, more thoughts, more identifying, more dissatisfaction, more language-games. However, if you like playing these games, be my guest and play on πŸ˜‡ . I think I said what I wanted to say to you. πŸ’œ Now I gotta go pick up my imaginary body/dream-character (Thomas, a wave in The Ocean 🌊), which is then (if all goes according to my selfish plan) going to pick up Thomas' imaginary bike at the mechanic, drive it to the imaginary barber, then I'll get a nice, neat, sexy haircut for my dream-character, then go watch the imaginary football country, Denmark, beat the devil out of England at my conceptual best friend's cafΓ©, then go dance as a psychopath to a lot of loud electronic music outside in Copenhagen inner city on 15 mg 2C-B, then hopefully kiss a lot of imaginary young women, laugh a ton, drink a few beers, smoke some imaginary harmful cigarettes/joints, and then perhaps go to bed early next morning, ... - and then the Sun will, hopefully, rise again tomorrow (we never know, some imaginary advanced alien civilization may fuck us imaginary humans over by extinguishing our imaginary Sun while we sleep) - in short: another day comes. Cheers. tldr; Have you ever experienced unconsciousness? Have you ever experienced anything other than consciousness/experience? Stupid/intelligent questions with obvious answers. πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ’œπŸ’œ
  5. Haha - you're like a knife πŸ”ͺ πŸ—‘οΈ
  6. Thank you for saying that. It's nice to hear πŸ˜‡β€οΈπŸ€πŸ’«πŸŒ»
  7. But... You have to lose your egoic mind to then build a more encompassing selfless mind
  8. Of course you are imagning that they think and have feelings. Just as you as 'yourself' imagine that you think and feel. In truth you have never thought a thought or felt a feeling. You have *experienced* thoughts and feelings, and to believe that you were responsible for these thoughts and feelings, well that is completely and utter illusion; and the ego's job (deception).
  9. You can't. Don't worry, it does not even matter in the end. But listen to Alan Watts!
  10. I'm talking about the body you're currently deeply identified with; yes, hello, it's going to die sooner or later, hopefully you already knew that. You could call it a belief or an assumption sure, just as I believe the Sun will rise tommorow over Denmark again;) The problem isn't that you're going to die (i.e. you're body is going to die), the problem is you're still deeply identified with your body, and thus still believe you're capable of dying and going to a deep sleep forever and ever and ever and ever and ever.... You see? 'you' as <insert your name>/body are going to die but what about You, i.e. the real you, have you ever been unconscious?
  11. 'What is' is motion, change, death, transformation, impermanence. You were programmed by genes and your culture to resist death (change) - how do you let go of this resistance to the impermanence of reality, life; to the 100,0000% sure fact that your body/mind is going to die?
  12. Amazingly well put. So are there more laws than the three laws of oneness, action and attraction?