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  1. Suffering is absolutely necessary for survival. Even if there would be a pill you can take and never be able to suffer again, you wouldn't survive for long. Death is potentially a permanent end of suffering. As long as you're interested in survival, you should rather ask a question "How to decrease suffering to the point where it's not a big deal anymore and then maintain it"
  2. @BjarkeT High-intensity cardio (not interval). Run/jog for 15 minutes as fast as you can every other day. Intensity has to be high to release endorphins so try to go for a personal record every single time you do it. Eventually, go up to 20 or 25 minutes.
  3. @Heart of Space IMO we have no chance of accepting our own death if we can't accept the possibility of unconsciousness Three pillars death acceptance for me were enlightenment, depression, and realization that as we get older there is less and less novelty in our lives and it turns out that novelty is one of the things that makes life enjoyable
  4. @Mirko Yep, everybody's gangsta until they lose their mental and/or physical health. Enlightenment doesn't end suffering, it decreases it. If you want to listen to some wisdom about suffering here are two great podcasts https://deconstructingyourself.com/dy-002-cosmic-joke-guest-kenneth-folk.html https://deconstructingyourself.com/dy-003-masters-oblivion-guest-kenneth-folk.html
  5. Protruded maxilla and harmony
  6. But maybe Jordan would know No? So maybe Francisco or Gandy? I don't know, what do you guys think?
  7. I've done it so many times that now I have permanent tolerance to it. If I ever get PTSD I would not be able to benefit from MDMA therapy most likely Psychedelics for me feel more like existential love. I don't feel an urge to go out and help people. I would bee looking around and feeling all the objects are made out love or smth like this Yes, I actually feel much more love after the peak is over and afterglow begins
  8. They do if they are genetically predisposed to it. Most serious major depression episodes are triggered by stress, and yes enlightened people do feel stress and anxiety
  9. Is this stage red? A feminist's worst nightmare
  10. It's possible. I should of specify it applies only to humans on the planet earth I knew you are about to pull out this argument