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  1. What's funny are people that can love Hitler but not Trump.
  2. His art seems pretty good, I wonder why he was rejected, maybe he wasn't all wrong.
  3. I agree that on some level, on the cognitive side, JP doesn't want to deconstruct his world view, even his religiosity is materialistic, blue as you call it. On another level I sense that he longs for a breakthrough, for an existentially juicy experience. I know because I was like him before psychedelics, in a way his answer about how not to turn nihilistic (in the video I linked) is the worst he could have given, that's precisely because of those materialistic reasons that one is turning nihilistic. If he experienced his soul his shell would crack. Someone called him bitter in this forum, he's so bitter. But he's too invested in the world, he's a family man, he has his reputation, his following, liberating him is going to be so hard, psychedelics could do it if anything. Instead of seeking transformation after his benzo crisis he did everything he could to retain his psychology and he seemingly succeeded (which may have been the better move but he's still trapped).
  4. When you feel it lie down take deep breaths and scan your body from toes to head and relax every muscle. Once you are sure that all your muscles are relaxed focus your awareness on the pressure and try to relax it for as long as it takes to succceed.
  5. During his last Q&A video there was a video that is a great probe into his psychology : 59:24 Q: What is the best way to to avoid falling back into nihilistic behaviors and thinking? The way he answers the question is akin to Why keep living ? His mind keeps thinking of materialist reasons as if there is nothing beyond. He didn't get a glimpse of the beyond but at some level he longs for it.
  6. I'm giving Leo a pass on that one because he experimented many drugs on himself (psychedelics, detox protocols etc) and reported to the community, but that doesn't mean he should be too vocal pro-vaxxer or shaming and banning other opinions.
  7. He is interested, he just didn't have the breakthrough needed to understand what spirituality is about so his mind can only consider materialist meanings of life.
  8. "Debunking" dozen of studies that measured the effective levels of vitamin D with a python script that guesses levels of vitamin D based on genomes. Good one.
  9. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32377965/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7800698/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33146028/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33447107/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7657015/ etc
  10. I've always disagreed with the notion of superior and inferior stage in spiral dynamics. Stage green deconstructivism or stage yellow can be seen as indecisiveness and ADHD. A farmer devoted to his daily life produces the food that feeds those that deem themselves stage yellow and he may live with much more meditativeness and silence than those that deem themselves at a superior stage. That farmer doesn't have the time and luxury to invest into endless thoughts. How would Einstein would have performed if he had to produce his own food, we don't know that.
  11. He made it that far without bothering with such a label not sure why he's coming with this now but sure.
  12. Deconstructivists don't like to be deconstructed do they
  13. Very nice. I've taken cold showers everyday for a year hoping I would get used to it but it never got better, it got worse if anything. I don't know what to tell you because I experience the same thing. You can stop striving but you'll become fat, unsharp and irrelevant overtime. Striving seems to be a state that at least keeps at your best, as awake as you can be, if you can sustain it your entire life I'm sure you'll have a better death than if you didn't. edit : replacing word struggle with strive
  14. I'm seeking and I will show you if I find and I can.