WildeChilde

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  1. Where do you want to travel to in the future? I was born in Europe but have lived in the Americas primarily, so Asia's next on the list, maybe Japan or somewhere. For experienced travelers, what are some places you might recommend?
  2. @nick96 Well good luck on your journey there Nick; I'm sure it'll be worth it. What's your opinion on shaktipat transmission, where an enlightened guru can induce kundalini awakenings in others?
  3. @YellowButterfly That was very helpful actually. Was yours self-induced, and are you overall glad that it happened?
  4. @Psyche_92 There's a few factors you need to consider with peanut butter and peanuts in general. The first thing is omega 6 fatty acids. "Excessive amounts of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) and a very high omega-6/omega-3 ratio, as is found in today's Western diets, promote the pathogenesis of many diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, whereas increased levels of omega-3 PUFA (a low omega-6/omega-3 ratio) exert suppressive effects." Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12442909 Peanuts are general high in omega 6, so it's something to keep in mind. Another thing to consider is if you decide to get commercial peanut butter vs natural peanut butter. Commercial peanut butter often contains additives like palm oil or hydrogenated vegetable oils to keep the peanut oil in the jar from separating from the solids. Common varieties of peanuts also contain a mold called aflatoxin, a known carcinogen. Despite all of this, it's fine in moderation. If you want a a healthier alternative with virtually no negative effects, I'd recommend macadamia nut butter.
  5. I love and play all kinds of stuff, but at the moment:
  6. @zikzak San Pedro (mescaline). It was pretty fantastic.
  7. I'm pretty familiar with the traditional terminology used to describe kundalini (shakti energy at the base of the spine, serpentine movements, crown chakra, etc.), but what is it really? Is it activity and possible damage to the vagus nerve? Also, from the accounts I've read, there seems to be a split between very positive spiritual experiences and and experiences that eventually land you in the hospital. I'm a little confused is all. Thanks guys.
  8. Does the 5meo experience feel familiar or foreign? The psychedelic I took made me feel like I was a child again, a returning home. Does 5meo feel altogether different?
  9. This thing can apparently give people non-dual awakenings using magnetic fields and signals directed toward the temporal lobes. A lot of the testimonials have people saying they reached samadhi, experienced oneness, merged with the light, etc. https://www.god-helmet.com/wp/god-helmet/index.htm I wouldn't call it the most fashionable piece of headgear , but if it works, I’d strap it on. Has Leo mentioned these sorts of things, whether they are good or bad?
  10. @Vytas That's great to hear Vytas. I figured this might be a good way for everyone to reflect on their path and see what kind of wisdom they could share with others.
  11. I don't know what it is with YouTube, but it seems to have some kind of an agenda right now. It's flagging and censoring videos and content creators who present a lot of alternative information, namely psychedelics, spiritual concepts, MGTOW, self-realization, etc. PsychedSubstance, Your Mate Tom, MGTOW 101, and Koi Fresco are just a few of the channels being targeted and possibly shut down. I fear Leo's channel may be next because it deals with nearly all of these topics. If you come across this post Leo, please prepare and fight the good fight if and when the time calls for it. All of us are here to support you.
  12. If you could go back in time and say a few things to yourself before you started on the self-development/self-realization journey, what would you say? This can include advice, warnings, sentiments, or anything else.
  13. @Monkey-man Human history seems to support that as well. Can you imagine the number of naysayers 200 years ago who laughed at the idea of flying and traveling through space? Donald Trump is the President; tell me that’s not magic.
  14. @Shin What you said there sounds and feels very liberating. Thank you.
  15. I have really learned a lot from the teachings of a particular spiritual guru, but I'm a bit skeptical of his side hobby. He calls it shaktipat transmission. It apparently is supposed to awaken some kind of energy that will help you reach the next stages of enlightenment. He initiates it primarily during formal ceremonies, but he also does it through the mail and in videos. I don't know why, but when I hear about these sorts of practices, I feel like it's just a more sophisticated form of this (video below). I'm from the South (USA), so I'm no stranger to wild displays of religiosity. However, I don't want to deceive myself into thinking someone has supernatural abilities when they really don't. Are all of these mainly just the power of suggestion and the placebo effect, or is there really something to them?