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  1. If "you" kill "yourself," who are "you"? If you die and are aware of it, who dies? And if you die and are not a aware of it, who dies? The search to kill yourself is actually an avoidance of death.
  2. It is impossible to see this from a dreamt pov, but all of that is a story. Can't blame you, many "teachers" teach this bullshit. There isn't a separate you from God that could make a choice. The whole story about God's desire and goodness, is "God" appearing as that story. Anyone that claims they can describe or know God, is God dreaming separation. The dream is that a person can know God, then other people look at that person to tell them about God, missing that that whole "play," is God, it is this. Rape is rape, stopping rape is stopping rape, calling the police is calling the police. The complications, doubt and value is something added on top of the simplicity of what is already.
  3. This sentence is pointing to absolutely nothing. This post is absolutely meaningless, it doesn't point to anything. “in an insane world, a sane man must appear insane." I had a conversation with my sister and this "message" naturally came up, it quickly became apparent that whatever I said would be perceived as totally insane, even though it is the simplest, closest and most sane thing that could ever be said. "I'm talking about nothing" is gibberish, it makes no sense at all, but the freedom is that it doesn't have to, the meaningless meaning of that sentence is that the sentence itself doesn't have to be understood. This either creates a thought loop, which is an attempt at understanding this logically, or it "enlightens" the unspeakable everythingness of nothing. There is an illusory dream that many apparent human beings are living in. In that dream "nothing" is pointing to something.
  4. Yea, there isn't even someone or something to be let go of. When something is actually let go of it is the death and the total absence of that thing. If there is still consciousness of what is claimed to be let go of, it hasn't been let go of. Letting go is absolutely impersonal, it has nothing to do with consciousness. Consciousness is holding on to things, and the mind uses consciousness to try and get rid of it. The ultimate let go is that it isn't here now already, the illusion is that there is an illusion.
  5. Insanity and sanity are both in the story of the "me" in an objective world. Insanity can only be in comparison with an idea of sanity. The nature of reality is non-dual, so the discussion will only make sense within the framework of dreamt duality. You could describe dreamt duality as Insanity and the nature of non-dual reality as Sanity. But that would still be in dreamt duality, where there is an idea of a non-dual reality.
  6. It's a phase. You're still dreaming.
  7. I've made a couple of beats/songs inspired by what you would call enlightenment. First track: this beat was made after a mystical experience that appeared when I stood pissing in a bush and was staring at the leaves. The only way I could possibly describe it is that the leaves "became" fractals and the energy was infinitely more "massive" than a nuclear explosion. I was in a very weird limbo stage between what I knew to be normal reality and this awakening into what was terrifyingly huge and all encompassing, what felt like a point of no return back then. This track tries to encapsulate the energy of that mystical experience. Second track: For me it symbolizes the total surrender to "God" or "this." A surrender that can not be made by anyone, but as the track suggests, God welcoming you home. A tribute or celebration of the unconditional love that is everything.
  8. No, you are the dream.
  9. There is no solution for the illusory self. It can't help but put value on everything because of the inherent sense of lack that comes from feeling separate from everything.
  10. You don't want what is really pointed to, you want to understand and know truth. All of the God talk, conceptual ideas and descriptions of this, are really just distractions from death. Death is already this, total hopelessness, total let go, absolutely nothing. That sounds terrifying in the dream. The glimpses and the conceptual feeling-understandings are terrifying when there is a dream of a "real me in existence." When the "real me in existence" isn't there anymore, no one is left grasping for truth and experiences. It is more simple, and not overwhelming, because there is no one left to relate to it. That is what oneness really points to, it is impossible to understand because there is not two. The need to understand it in order for it to be okay is the dream. That need comes with a bunch of expectations about what "enlightenment" and "god" is. You don't get superpowers, animals won't follow you everywhere because of your enlightened aura, people won't love and adore you because of how peaceful you are. These are all expectations of the individual. It is a dream chasing a dream. When I say "this is it" it is as direct as it gets, no hidden meaning or something to get. This is it, so if this is it already, what is there to get? There is no sense of urgency or a pressure to understand what was just written. It does not come from a place more deep or enlightened. It comes from nothing. There is no one here that understands this, this is totally unknowable, yet the energy of freedom puts this into words, that energy can be felt and can be liberating to the contracted energy of need.
  11. Yes. No one left to grasp or know what is happening. The collapse of duality doesn't happen, duality never happened. In order to know or describe something you have to create an artificial distance to it, separation. Nothing can be said about all there is, and there is no one to tell. Unknowable wholeness. Absolute mystery somehow appearing ordinary and grounded. No anxiety about what life is anymore, because the illusory individual that appeared separate to life was a dream. The answer to life is not answered, the questioner dies and no one is left wondering. An absolute let go into the unknowable, but no one did it, the resistance in form of a contraction created a distance to what was already "absolute let go." Nothing happened.
  12. Omg... Sat there for 5 minutes yesterday trying to figure out what you meant by that and just now saw the OP's name and shirt color.
  13. There is no absolute perspective opposite to a relative perspective. The idea of God can exist in a dream of separation, and even then it is merely just a feeling of something beyond "me." When the idea of God dissolves there is no more God. You could say all there is left is God, but what is left is not recognized to be God. It is just what it is. You could say that "God" as in "this" or "the absolute" has no agenda or need to be recognized and appreciated as "God," "this" or "the absolute." It is already perfect as it is, without any need of you recognizing that. Unconditional love and selflessness is already the case. "Everything is on offer, only no one can have it" - Jim Newman. God doesn't imagine himself out of existence, God is the existence and non existence of God, God is everything and therefore nothing. A total collapse of the duality between "me" and "God" will leave neither "me" or "God" left.