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  1. He say that getting enlightened means losing self consciousness. So basically you become a intelligent animal. There's no one inside the body. The "soul" has died. A empty shell which does things by itself. A philosophical zombie. Why would a human being want to become a animal? I think he even said that there's not even any universal consciousness. At 20:49, what if enlightenment means that you simply lose the illusion of free will. So you are conscious inside the body but the body continues to do things but the awake consciousness inside can't affect the body in any way. So the body can't communicate to others: "Help, I'm trapped inside this body which does things automatically, I have no free will to make the body say what I want to say". Like being under anesthesia under a surgery but you get conscious inside the head but can't move the body to say "Help, stop, I'm conscious." But I guess that's not the case. He's simply not self aware. He's an animal moving on autopilot without free will. I think it's strange that enlightened people are married. Who would want to be married with a empty shell moving on autopilot? There's no one inside. Might aswell get married with a robot or animal. Maybe there's some consciousness but not self consciousness. There's always a reason for all things. Even for illusions. They serve a purpose. Our brain creates alot of visual illusions etc. because they are important. It would be a bad idea to destroy them. With visual illusions I mean for example that the brain artificially fills in the blind spot in our visual field so we don't walk around and see a black spot everywhere. Our brains creates a ton of such handy and also useful illusions. Can you name a single thing in universe which serves no purpose whatsoever? If not: then why would all the illusions about duality, free will, feeling a meaning about your life, etc. be different? I don't think the ultimate reality makes any mistakes. So the illusions are there for a reason.
  2. That's one of the strangest things I have heard. He's my favourite enlightened guru/teacher/master (whatever the correct word is) and you say he seems to be in Hell. What makes you think he is that?
  3. Excuse me? Mooji is in Hell?
  4. Not unique? You are God. I think that's pretty unique. I think Matt Kahn is a joke. Maybe a phony. The only thing he say is "love". And the shit about love is probably untruth.
  5. Stop. So maybe that's why God created suffering. And who is God? I am (you are). And what exactly are you doing when you say those nice things about suffering? Maybe you are creating it into existence, you are God after all. So stop creating it. Find a alternative way to wake yourself up. Don't create suffering in the world.
  6. And both the mind and ego are created by the "real ego, the I."
  7. Yes Sweden is nice. Yes kinda, but I don't have any time to go to forest because of work.
  8. Yea but I don't live in Switzerland if you think that
  9. Indeed. But be careful to not mix up Switzerland and Sweden They are different countries.
  10. "Switzerland is one of the most developed countries in the world, with the highest nominal wealth per adult and the eighth-highest per capita gross domestic product according to the IMF.[13][14] Switzerland ranks at or near the top globally in several metrics of national performance, including government transparency, civil liberties, quality of life, economic competitiveness, and human development. Zürich and Geneva have each been ranked among the top cities in the world in terms of quality of life, with the former ranked second globally, according to Mercer.[15] Many Nobel Prize laureates have been Swiss scientists. They include the world-famous physicist Albert Einstein[117] in the field of physics, who developed his special relativity while working in Bern. More recently Vladimir Prelog, Heinrich Rohrer, Richard Ernst, Edmond Fischer, Rolf Zinkernagel, Kurt Wüthrich and Jacques Dubochet received Nobel Prizes in the sciences. In total, 114 Nobel Prize winners in all fields stand in relation to Switzerland[118][note 11] and the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded nine times to organisations residing in Switzerland.[119] Geneva and the nearby French department of Ain co-host the world's largest laboratory, CERN,[121]dedicated to particle physics research. Another important research centre is the Paul Scherrer Institute. Notable inventions include lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), diazepam (Valium), the scanning tunnelling microscope (Nobel prize) and Velcro. Some technologies enabled the exploration of new worlds such as the pressurised balloon of Auguste Piccard and the Bathyscaphe which permitted Jacques Piccard to reach the deepest point of the world's oceans. Switzerland Space Agency, the Swiss Space Office, has been involved in various space technologies and programmes. In addition it was one of the 10 founders of the European Space Agency in 1975 and is the seventh largest contributor to the ESA budget. In the private sector, several companies are implicated in the space industry such as Oerlikon Space[122] or Maxon Motors[123] who provide spacecraft structures. Apart from the United Nations headquarters, the Swiss Confederation is host to many UN agencies, like the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Labour Organization (ILO), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and about 200 other international organisations, including the World Trade Organizationand the World Intellectual Property Organization.[61]The annual meetings of the World Economic Forumin Davos bring together top international business and political leaders from Switzerland and foreign countries to discuss important issues facing the world, including health and the environment. Additionally the headquarters of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) are located in Baselsince 1930. Furthermore, many sport federations and organisations are located throughout the country, such as the International Basketball Federation in Geneva, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) in Nyon, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and the International Ice Hockey Federation both in Zürich, the International Cycling Union in Aigle, and the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne.[65] Switzerland has a stable, prosperous and high-tech economy and enjoys great wealth, being ranked as the wealthiest country in the world per capita in multiple rankings. In 2011 it was ranked as the wealthiest country in the world in per capita terms (with "wealth" being defined to include both financial and non-financial assets), while the 2013 Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report showed that Switzerland was the country with the highest average wealth per adult in 2013.[79][80][81] It has the world's nineteenth largest economy by nominal GDP and the thirty-sixth largest by purchasing power parity. It is the twentieth largest exporter, despite its small size. Switzerland has the highest European rating in the Index of Economic Freedom 2010, while also providing large coverage through public services.[82] The nominal per capita GDP is higher than those of the larger Western and Central European economies and Japan.[83] If adjusted for purchasing power parity, Switzerland ranks 8th in the world in terms of GDP per capita, according to the World Bank and IMF (ranked 15th according to the CIA Worldfactbook[83]). The World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report currently ranks Switzerland's economy as the most competitive in the world,[84] while ranked by the European Union as Europe's most innovative country.[85][86] For much of the 20th century, Switzerland was the wealthiest country in Europe by a considerable margin (by GDP – per capita).[87] In 2017, average gross household income in Switzerland was 9,946 francs per month (equivalent to $10,720 USD per month), though 61% of the population made less than the average income.[88]Switzerland also has one of the world's largest account balances as a percentage of GDP. Switzerland is home to several large multinational corporations. The largest Swiss companies by revenue are Glencore, Gunvor, Nestlé, Novartis, Hoffmann-La Roche, ABB, Mercuria Energy Group and Adecco.[90] Also, notable are UBS AG, Zurich Financial Services, Credit Suisse, Barry Callebaut, Swiss Re, Tetra Pak, The Swatch Group and Swiss International Air Lines. Switzerland is ranked as having one of the most powerful economies in the world.[87] Switzerland has a more flexible job market than neighbouring countries and the unemployment rate is very low. domestic purchasing poweris one of the best in the world. Switzerland has one of the best environmental records among nations in the developed world;[146] it was one of the countries to sign the Kyoto Protocol in 1998 and ratified it in 2003. With Mexico and the Republic of Korea it forms the Environmental Integrity Group (EIG).[147] The country is heavily active in recycling and anti-littering regulations and is one of the top recyclers in the world, with 66% to 96% of recyclable materials being recycled, depending on the area of the country.[148] The 2014 Global Green Economy Index ranked Switzerland among the top 10 green economies in the world.[149] Switzerland developed an efficient system to recycle most recycable materials. Switzerland also has an economic system for garbage disposal, which is based mostly on recycling and energy-producing incinerators due to a strong political will to protect the environment.[152] As in other European countries, the illegal disposal of garbage is not tolerated at all and heavily fined. In almost all Swiss municipalities, stickers or dedicated garbage bags need to be purchased that allow for identification of disposable garbage. it compares well with other European countries in terms of health outcomes; patients have been reported as being, in general, highly satisfied with it.[166][167][168] In 2012, life expectancy at birth was 80.4 years for men and 84.7 years for women[169] — the highest in the world. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland Survey: Switzerland is still the ‘best country' in the world." https://www.google.se/amp/s/www.thelocal.ch/20180123/survey-switzerland-is-still-the-best-country-in-the-world/amp?source=images ------------------------------------------------------- And Alaska is in USA. USA is the most powerful country in the world etc. Should I find info about USA too? People choose to live in Alaska because they enjoy the lifestyle. ------------------------------------------------------- Here are some pictures about Switzerland: