abrakamowse

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  1. It's not people with no selves. It's people with no "False Selves". They have a Self and that Self is only one, that's God. Evil create the false selves and is the one that makes us think we are "like God". The Devil said that we were going to be "like God". Jesus said, "we are Gods". Quoting the Psalm.
  2. I say there's and there's no free will Both things are true, depending from what perspective are you talking about it.
  3. That's the problem, you can't do nothing. The only thing you can do is to prepare your mind for the moment when you are ready to have a "revelation" or an "epiphany". But is not something you "do". Check Alan Watts videos on youtube. He explains that very well.
  4. I don't agree with that. Jesus also said that "We are Gods". There's an explanation from mainstream Christians (I consider myself a Christian but I don't feel identified with any church or religion, I am only a Christ follower). In my interpretation, what we are now is what the devil made us to be, or made us believe that we are. We are now believing that we are Gods, because we think that we are the ones who think, we don't owe anything to any God, there's no God, we are independent, we can do whatever we want, and if things don't go our way we can change nature and so on... what we are now is the reason why the Devil was thrown away from the Garden of Eden. When we realized that We are not that "ego-god" created by the devil, and that our true nature is as Jesus said God, that's when we become one with God as Jesus Christ. As Jesus said in John 14:20 "On that day you will realize that I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you." We are all one thing.
  5. We have to accept happiness and sadness to be really free. If we look to scape from reality we will never be able to be free.
  6. I don't know how to do it. I will be stuck inside of this bag of meat thinking I am an ego.
  7. I find meditation useful if you do it to slow thought, and to recognize the difference between thought and direct experience. Meditation calms the mind and help to notice those subtleties that otherwise would be unnoticed. It is needed also self inquiry into the nature of reality.
  8. Fear plays a big factor , you are right @Faceless
  9. Yes, I see that... I just finished meditating. My mind was constantly trying to do something. "This is boring". "I want to sit that way", "I want to see the clock", "How long have I been meditating?" "This is too long, I am bored"... and everytime I just stayed from the awareness perspective. I am aware of a thought who "thinks" this is boring... and I could finish meditating denying everything that tried to identify me with the "I" thought. It was hard, when you see it from the "outside" it seems simple, but it is a war.
  10. I suggest to just meditate, observe "yourself", be aware and insights will begin to come to you. There's no way we can leave the matrix by "thinking"