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  1. I would say, if you are doing things, don't bother with nootropics. Because when done right, you'll be in that state anyway. I was shocked when Leo described the effects of Modafinil, because he described a state I'm always trying to be in. It's like my second life purpose to find out what gets me in that state. The 5 point @alankrillin mentioned are most important I believe. I have been in this state many times, one time it even lasted 6 weeks. It makes me feel very happy all the time, still mind, hyper focused, extremely productive, super creative, I make way less errors, and unlike some reports with Modafinil, I'm super social as well and I'm not bothered by any interruption. I might try it out some time to see if it's really the same state as I'm describing. Luckily I live in the Netherlands and one google search got me on a shop where I can order them for €2,00 a pill 😄
  2. This has been going on for years now. I'm going from a really blissful state, back to a miserable state. I'll call them heaven and hell. When I'm in heaven I'm: Feeling at peace all the time Having no problem eating healthy Highly productive No problem with talking to anyone No fears whatsoever Very positive about anything Energetic Helping others When I'm in hell I'm: Feeling miserable all the time Can't resist eating junkfood to feel better Can't get much work done Socially awkward Seeing problems everywhere Lethargic Watching porn Gaming too much The funny thing is I'm 100% and totally aware in which state I'm in, but I can't escape hell if I want to. Most of the time it just happens in an instant. BOOM, and I'm back in heaven, and all my 'problems' vanish like snow in the sun. I can't put my finger on what the circumstances are. It has nothing to do with external events. When I'm in heaven even the hardest situations are no trouble at all. In hell the simplest thing can disturb me. It seems like when I'm heaven, I fall back to hell when I do something stupid like drinking too much, skipping too much sleep, etc. But not always. It feels like at some point I fall back into hell no matter what. I have been in heaven once for 7 weeks straight. I want to there all the time. Is this even realistic? I feel like I'm gradually more in heaven than in hell, but it's a slow process.
  3. Masturbation is keeping the need alive. Just like when taking sleep pills for a long time, you can't go without anymore. You need to stop masturbating cold turkey. You will probably have a lot of bad nights before things settle. I would recommend reading before sleep. Drinking tea, take a bath, meditate. And no computer/tv/tablet/phone 1 hour before bed.
  4. It has an ego, but not consciousness. Humans don't have consciousness either.
  5. Do you actually identify with the feelings? No Do you act on feelings.? Sometimes, but mostly not Do you make decisions cause of feelings? Do you think that's the right thing to do? Sometimes, but I'd rather make decisions based on intuition. But sometimes it's hard to distinguish between the two. Are you aware of the illusion? Yes Do you want to change the reactions caused by feelings? Most of the time I don't, but sometimes I'm in a bad state and I want to change my reactions during those states. Do you see the feelings as feelings? As something that you dont need to get rid of? Yes. Feelings are there, just like thoughts. I don't think you can ever get rid of them unless you go 24-7 monk mode. How different your life would be if you didn't blame others for your feelings/ended relationships cause of your hurt ego,and such? No different because I already don't do that 😄 Do you ever wish feelings to be irrelevant and unimportant? No. They can be important. For example pain when your hand is on fire. Or fear when a tiger runs towards you. Do you recognize at the time that they can't kill you? Yes
  6. You are consciousness. The whole world, your body, your brain, your experiences, they all appear inside consciousness. When the body dies, it's just the body that dies, but not you! When you awaken this becomes so obvious.
  7. Keep doing it anyway. This is also a process. Learn to love the beauty in everything, even low conscious people
  8. And yet you know when all of this happens in a dream, it's just a dream. Except that you don't know when you're in the dream. Just like you don't know that you are dreaming right now.
  9. Because of years and years of conditioning. You need time to integrate.
  10. It's not a matter of opinion. It's a matter of how to formulate the unformulatable. The true self and no-self are the same thing. If you experience it you can see how you are nothing and everything at the same time.
  11. I doubt that he will completely stop spiritually progressing. With the urge gone, I think his chances of waking up are even higher.
  12. Yes, everyone is I, all is one. Where do we begin? Good question. Everyone is already there.
  13. I am that which cannot be conceptualized
  14. You are everything. You are every possible version of yourself, of everyone else, and of all creatures that you don't know that exist, and even the ones that you cannot even imagine. All at the same time. You are beyond death. Death, and your whole life, has as much significance as a single breadcrumb.