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  1. Talking about it with a psychotherapist is not enough. From a psychological perspective, I'd suggest: - The Completion Process, by Teal Swan - Parts Work (Teal Swan has a video on it) - Inner Child Work/Visualization (basically visualizing an emotion as the inner child and taking care of/listening/accepting/understanding it) These techniques let you be in control of what happens. I have other posts on healing, check my signature.
  2. @Schizophonia Try bioenergetics exercises or Reichian breathwork. Check on youtube searching for "Devaraj Sandberg", he has lots of videos on bioenergetics exercises. Some of them increase your energy levels, other decrease your energy levels.
  3. It's not really related to what you asked, but you must check!
  4. @Leo Gura then you work your ass off in order to learn AI and not be replaced, and waste your life staring at a computer screen doing AI.
  5. Would be a great tool for therapy though.
  6. I've been struggling with this notion for some time. Because talking from a Stage Yellow perspective, every human is born with DNA that carries info, instincts, knowledge. For example innate reflexes. And what about the fact that life is remembering who you are? Your subconscious, which the deeper you go the more universal and symbolic it becomes, is connected with many info which you have since you are born, but simply have not retrieved. In a metaphysical sense, I dunno either, because you are God who simply forgot, but you know.
  7. Watching the video a question occurred to me: why God/Consciousness "decided" to experience itself through the mechanism Bashar illustrates at the beginning of the video? Why not another mechanism? Could God have chosen another mechanism for knowing itself?
  8. Depends on what you want out of life. Do your traumas cause you discomfort in your daily life? Do they block you in some way? Do they have some negative impact on your life that you want to get rid of? As per the second question, the question you should be asking is not "is it possible to resolve all traumas" but rather "is it possible to resolve traumas to a degree where I am functional and not dysfunctional anymore?" to which the aswer is yes. Healing traumas will be a long, hard, quiet, lonely, fulfilling journey. So think strategically before embarking in it. If you want to resolve your traumas, you need to become more aware of the mechanisms of your psyche (the WHY), to learn to identify traumas/blocked emotions/blocked energies/muscular tensions/repressed feelings/etc. (the WHAT), to learn to love your wounds unconditionally (the HOW). Take a look at the link in my signature below. There you'll find very useful pointers for the healing journey. Also, seeing a psychotherapist is usually helpful. My main source of info for my healing journey has been Teal Swan, I recommend her if you want to learn how to heal (older videos are more geared towards healing, newer videos are more geared towards relationship management).
  9. @Cireeric Try searching for keywords like RSD, Tyler, Owen, etc. here:
  10. Hi! I'm looking for some healthy and fast breakfast recipes. I'm in dire need of one or two. Even a cookbook, a link, an article, a video. Right now my only healthy breakfast recipe is @Michael569's that he posted on his youtube channel, but still I revisited that because I needed a faster recipe. Thank you for your help!
  11. @Leo Gura The funny thing is that in Godel completeness theorem, Godel used logic to prove that logic cannot escape outside of itself (roughly speaking), and if you try, you find a paradox. And that proof was made by using logic. Strange loopy
  12. Oops, didn't know it was not correct, thanks. Try this (you'll find resources for IFS too):
  13. @Medhansh Have you checked the link in my signature? In one of my posts I listed almost all types of psychotherapeutic styles and techniques and I told which are best. I also talked about the Completion Process and about Parts Work, which are killer techniques.
  14. But if there were lots of them and they had technology, given that mature enough technology requires enough cognitive/cultural development, wouldn't they have been like us?