VictorB02

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  1. @Anton Rogachevski Half truths. Its all from your perspective - what are your goals? You say "you are only seeing one perspective" but yet you yourself do not see others. From a "Im trying to get enlightened" persepective - yes, wage slavery Is just an idea and has no foundation in reality other than an idea in our heads. True Freedom with a capital F has nothing to do with your daily life or job. But, from a "I'm a human and only have one shot at life" perspective - no, you can not fully create and express yourself if you are employed full time and required by a "boss" to do this or that. (with exceptions of course) Any thing else is just the tea-pot calling the kettle black
  2. @Serotoninluv thank you very much! This helped a lot
  3. @SunnyNewDay yeah it can be hard. I’ve had weeks when I was super present and now I’m not any present anymore. I assume it’s ego backlash
  4. @Druid420 Thank you!
  5. @CreamCat thank you
  6. As the title says, I feel as if I’m having a hard time staying in the present moment. Most of my time is spent in thought either worrying or thinking about the future. I feel as if I’m missing “reality” and constantly in my head. It’s almost as if I’m not engaged fully with reality, I just think about it. It also feels like I’m rushing everything, always in a hurry from one thing to the next. Any suggestions? Thank you
  7. In this video, BBC shows a lady who has been Mastering the art of Bonsai for her whole life. It’s absolutely amazing to see her love show in these beautiful pieces of living art, and the energy and love from the video will rub off on you! If you are working on your life purpose, I hope this video can give you heart warming inspiration and motivation. Enjoy
  8. @Dumb Enlightened Read Daniel Ingrams book "Mastering the core teachings of the Buddha" In it, he talks of the map of the stages of insight for enlightenment. To me it sounds like you are going through the stages quickly. Which include the Dark Knight of the Soul, followed by a awakening experience, then the process starts all over again. He talks about it in the book, I really think you could benefit from it.
  9. @Truth Addict thank you ! This is very true. I will follow your advice
  10. I feel like I am bouncing back and forth between my ego and my divine self, or authentic self. Its like I have a period of few days of realization of "holy shit, its all okay, I am everything, life is so good!" then, a period of "I feel like shit, everything is bothering me, why do I feel this way?" and then it bounces back to "Omg I forgot everything about life that I was so amazed and mesmerized over last week! How did I forget this! This is amazing!" It literally feels like I am about to fully become my authentic self, live out my days in peace, and excel in everything I do, and then BOOM! it will just switch and flop back in a short period of time to an egoic, delusional, monkey-mind, pissed-off, state of living. So any ideas what is going on here? I understand that this is all apart of growth, and most of this seems like ego backlash, but boy is it one hell of a rollercoaster lately! Any advice or comments is appreciated, thank you!
  11. @Shiva honestly I think if you wait until your death, you will not come anywhere near as close as fulfilled as you would be if you grounded yourself in god, did the practices daily, etc. Nothing (at least in my experience) has come anywhere close to fulfilling me on the level that spiritual practice does. That is not to say you can’t be fulfilled not doing the practices, you definitely can. But their benefits are so much more valuable to you in this lifetime. i kinda look at it like health: “If health doesn’t matter when I die, who cares?” The statement is correct in a sense, but if you take care of your health while you’re here I can guarantee you will feel better/be more fulfilled.
  12. @Zigzag Idiot thank you! That means a lot. It’s what I decided on for my life purpose, so I think that is what allows me to be so genuine, is because I’m doing it for the right reasons! Thanks again
  13. It has now been 10 days since quitting weed and I have never felt better. I am now pursuing my life purpose with the most passion I have ever felt. I just recently made the best video I have ever made (see below) I am extremely proud of this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgBq1XVrUj8