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  1. Do you have any previous experience with meditation?
  2. I got a similar feeling. Sometimes it's like a harmony of a lower and higher sound at the same time. Noticeable especially when going sleep. I have been "chasing" this sound for quite some time and I don't know whether it's my core cosciousness vibration from the point of spirituality OR just an ear damage cause I have been listening/producing music for many years sometimes listening noises for couple of hours per day with full volume on my headphones.
  3. True! 100% agree. In fact you now reminded me of those times when I used to listen to him a lot. His teachings/speeches could really put me in good vibes.
  4. Sorry, double post >.<
  5. Hey everyone, Recently I saw a "Opinions On Teal Swan" thread. It was really interesting to read all your comments because as her subscriber I was also questioning some of the stuff she talks about. Today I want to talk about Ralph Smart. I have watched his videos for about 2 years, with couple of breaks. At first I literally fell in love with the message, calmness, peace and loving energy he shares with the world. Even downloaded loads of his stuff and listened to while driving a car or while having a walk in the park. I learnt a LOT, realised many things about myself, about vibrating the positive energy and letting go of fear. However, I have stopped watching it, recently. It's just... I felt like it goes in quantity rather than quality! I mean, some of the stuff he talks about is great, but hold on a second, it's all the same thing all over again, the same scheme, the same stories, the same vegan-canigetahellothere-repetitiveness. This guy releases like 10 videos per week, it's just insane. I mean, I'm not questioning the knowledge, the positive attitude, sharing the love energy etc. but... the strategy. To be honest, 2 years ago it used to be more practical information, now it's... weird, I just don't get it anymore. Over 1300 videos of which 80% is basically the same. Sometimes I feel irritated and overloaded. Let me know if some of you feel similar. Thing is, his videos have served me for some time, I learnt a lot, but I think it's time to unsubscribe. Cheers everyone, have a good weekend!:)
  6. Tricky question. As far as I know, true self is a true, core vibration of every individual, but at the same time You are the U (you) - niverse and the universe is you so it is indeed a separate concept but acts as a part of the whole (all that is/nothingness/god).
  7. Just watched that episode. Very good video, as always. Is there a possibility to measure the progress of somebody's enlightenment? Like, this guy over there is in 70% enlightened because he's been attending to several meditation retreats and he's been into self inquiry for 20 years, whilst that guy there is just 5% because he's just started to work on himself and he often falls back into the trap of ego. Is it even... countable? Measurable? To the point when a beautiful day comes, when you level up from 99% to 100% and BOOOM - ENLIGHTENMENT ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED! And suddenly you are finally alive/you are in heaven? I know it sounds silly, but I'm asking about the "real" enlightenment work - self inquiry/mindfulness, self acceptance, deep meditation sessions, living in the woods/whatever, taking DMT's or other transcendental substances, eating organic, taking care of the body and more and more. Is it measurable? And even if it is, what I mean is - is there any point of working on "yourself" towards enlightenment if there is NOBODY to work on? There is NO YOU to become enlightened, because you don't exist. Do you? Could someone elaborate more on that matter? Thank you:)
  8. Ye, I always drink coffee before my morning meditation. Helps me to focus on my breathing and I feel vibrating higher. I have tried couple of times without it and it's definetely not the same. At some point though I feel like I should give up on drinking it. As Leo said, it's a rather fake boost and meditation should be more natural, not dependent on any stimulants.
  9. Poznan, Poland Currently living in Cardiff, Wales
  10. I found it on Instagram, don't remember which channel:)
  11. 20-50 push-ups after waking up/stretching + cold shower afterwards and of course meditation/life contemplation (10 mins is enough for me) drinking water with turmeric in the morning before breakfast (more info here) downloading youtube inspirational/self help videos as mp3 and listening on the way to work/school (I use this site) if you eat an apple, eat it ALL with seeds inside - anticancer vitamins and many more benefits do not use sugar in coffee or tea, especially if you drink a lot of coffee during the day, generally cut on sugar
  12. Every morning when I wake up I am grateful first of all for being healthy and for the energy given through sleeping. Then for the roof above my head. Then for the foods I eat on breakfast and to be honest it goes on and on during the whole day. I have trained in myself a sort of habit of being grateful anytime for anything. But like ULTIMATELY, hmm, for being here on Earth and having the possibility to experience life. That's just awesome. Cheers:)
  13. Watch your breath. Each time you get lost in thoughts, just go back to your breath, it will center you.
  14. Here's an advice for you: Whenever you do something, whether it's coding or editing videos, do it just for the sake of doing it, without ANY expectations of what the outcome should be. If, at some point it stops exciting you, find something else to do and do it to the best of your ability. If you get bored, do something else. That's it. There's nothing wrong with that. Don't judge yourself that you should be doing this or that in order to become happy. Life is an experience, so experience it as it is. Cheers.