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  1. Jesus is like Buddha or Krishna, by becoming conscious of those beings it is possible to taste their qualities. They are devas (or gods) of the astral realm, that is in the eastern framework of understanding. Shiva also but apparently there is a reason why hindus are all about Shiva, the destroyer, the mahadeva (greater god). Indeed the crushing majority of temples in India are dedicated to Shiva. Destroying everything within the field of consciousness would be a way to go back to the ultimate nature, that which engendered the cosmos in the first place.
  2. Maybe you hit anahata which apparently can have this effect check this video of sadhguru he describes the horrific visions that you may have Also to have a quick experience of the tendency of the mind to see some things as creepy check this optical illusion (0 to 1 min segment)
  3. This god mind is expressing itself suspiciously similarly to Leo but I'm sure it's a nice experience to have for someone who thinks it's existentially significant.
  4. @Cykaaaa to me it seems that leo conditioned you with the belief that your perspective and themes that fall under the category of 'green' are superior to the perspective of your friend that you put in the category of 'blue'. Seeing that you're unable to easily come out on top in your talks with your friend your are now posting in this forum about the dissonance you're experiencing because if you really knew your perspective is superior then your friend shouldn't be able to get to you.
  5. @khalifa my bad it wasn't my intent to introduce negativity in your process I just wanted to share my experience so you may enlarge your perspective of the situation but maybe it's not how it works. You feel you're going to be fine so stay with it and heal nicely <3 @Leo Gura i'm not sure how it works, does taking medication really slow down anything, what spiritual progress would temporary medication take away from you ?
  6. I had a similar symptom 2 years ago when I did some cannabis oil (+ I was tripping on lsd on a weekly basis). I could barely sleep and when I managed to sleep it felt as if I was awake all the time. After some time asleep I would suddenly wake up in a burst because my consciousness was hitting a point that felt like I could go mad and not be able to come back. I couldn't stay in place or anxiety would start to snowball I felt like being on a slippery slop so I kept walking all day long to try to stay grounded. Seeing that my condition wouldn't improve after 3 days I could see that it would only get worse as the more tired I would be the worse it would get with hallucinations, even harder time to sleep etc. So I went to medical emergency the 4th day, they gave me one Xanax which helped me with the anxiety instantly but for a short time, they gave me anti psychotic I took it for 3 days and it slowly got better. Now maybe your condition is not so bad so you can keep trying their kundalini and spiritual emergency stuff, but see Martin Ball, when shit really hit the fan he went for medical care and science and stabilized him.
  7. It's unclear what makes the individuality in the cycle of reincarnations. For instance Buddha is said to have reached nirvana but is said to still coming back whereas someone like Sadhguru says that after 80years after his death his presence will disappear completely. But how could that be if the rest of existence didn't attain to absolute stillness ? Basically the question is how the self emerges from absolute stillness.
  8. What I mean is that this conscious death, although not ultimate, was great to the point I still remember it and even things that happened after such as the unhinged energy being or eternal bliss. Some alternatives is that you die in suffering or in panic which will make you lose awareness. Imagine next time that you take a dip in water that you will drown right here, would you be able to let go of your breath blissfully ? If not you may panic and lose awareness which may lead to a different after death experience.
  9. Unfortunately that's not it. I remember leaving my body consciously in a previous life and I'm still around. After leaving my body around a firecamp in a tremendous surge of energy I remember hanging above the body as pure consciousness but I didn't know what to do next and waited for the existence to carry me away which eventually happened. I then traveled through existence as energy and eventually became an unhinged energy being. I also remember passing through the phase of eternal bliss at some point which is eternal in experience but not in actuality hence here I am. So leaving the body consciously is not the ultimate answer. But it is still preferable than an unconscious death for sure.
  10. damn same for me... imagine this is all a scam people think they will attain to god by doing their yoga practices but in truth they are just messing themselves...
  11. To be fair sometimes there are posts in here of people who say they had experiences and realizations just after watching a video, no psychedelics involved so the worth of Leo's work is already demonstrated. Also for all the people who started a spiritual practice it's also worth it if we accept the ultimate benefit of those as an axiom. As for the people who started psychedelics the ultimate benefit of doing them is still at study so I won't talk about those.
  12. Western culture agressivity and empowerment by technology took over the world it's a fact. But then we don't know what happened millenias ago and why they had to leave their place to go to europe in the first place. Maybe they had a score to settle and it got settled millenias later. So let's not hate and do for the best because ultimately we are all one anyway. As for the culture there is some level of interpenetration is it a bad thing ?
  13. That is going full circle, first you start psychedelics and you're blown away by what reality is but then you start to wonder to what extent you're being hallucinatory and come to rediscover the value of the scientific process and why it first emerged from a more mystical culture.