iamnotahumanbeing

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  1. I did the affirmations for about a week and felt a life changing affect just from that 😱
  2. @ShaharA that’s great. You’ve inspired me to half my coffee intake, which I have been doing for a short while now. The next step for me is quitting all together.
  3. Thanks for your thoughts guys I ended up trying it and was a little disappointed... Still, I did experience something that was completely foreign, utterly unexplainable, but at the same time, felt like it was everything and oddly, had a sense of familiarity.
  4. Thanks for your input, guys. 🙏🏻
  5. Warning: further ignorance below... @Himanshu ,to me, AI at its core is really the continued advancement of stage orange. Along the way, technology has picked/is picking up pearls of wisdom from stage green and yellow, however, will always be grounded in stage orange until profit and commercialisation take a back seat (if ever that happens). Technology as we understand it today, to my mind, will always require a big dose of stage orange for the advancement to happen in the first place. The internet, in its embryonic stage or prior to the commercialisation of the internet, was indeed quite green/yellow. To this day, the internet can still provide such resources for users (for example, I heard some guy called Leo has some sort of forum out there somewhere), however to a large degree, the internet has become one big stage orange turd. The introduction of the GDPR is a sign (amongst others) that organisations have been exploiting people’s privacy, on a global scale, for profit and otherwise - pure stage orange. I’m not saying the whole internet is pure orange and I’m not saying technology has to be either. I am saying though, that in order for these to develop as they have been, they do need to be somewhat grounded in stage orange. For the internet and other technologies to develop onwards and upwards, the users, organisations and regulators that underpin it have to evolve first. From this standpoint, I still don’t see how technology (AI, cyborgs etc.) have anything to do with helping us transition to stage coral (even turquoise). Rather than the catalyst being ‘coral technology’ that will transition the people to coral, I would say it’s the coral people that will transition the technology to the same level. Take 2050 for example, Apple and Google, or other for-profit organisations, will probably still have the lion’s share of the AI landscape. It won’t be iPhones, but whatever it is, they’ll still be smashing us with adds and trying to get us to upgrade ever year in order to ‘enrich our lives’ - a slogan stage green, yellow, turquoise and coral people have probably been laughing at for years. Thoughts?
  6. Does anyone else find conversions with people you meet/know deeply unsatisfying? I do. I’m wanting to meet people that I align with more - people that are on the self actualizing journey and/or Sprial Dynamics stage green or yellow and above. Does anyone have any advice on where to meet these types of people?
  7. I know there is no right or wrong here, but I wanted to open up a simple discussion about how we all meditate – either sitting up or laying down, and why? Personally, I meditate laying down most of the time because it’s a way I can find a position that produces the least amount of physical distraction. It took some practice to learn how to stay alert and not fall asleep, but now that is in no way a problem, and I find my meditation is so much deeper when laying down.
  8. @Mezanti , they should have by now... have they not helped?
  9. Has anyone had experience with Nitrous Oxide for spiritual purposes?
  10. Note: I too, am speculating... @Rufus , I would agree that the 10 Ox Herding Pictures might give us an insight into stage coral. I'd say Spiral Dynamics and the 10 Ox Herding Pictures models sort of start to fuse together at stage turquoise and picture 3/4? @bejapuskas , what is enlightened blue/green? Sounds like an oxymoron to me. @Himanshu , I'm really not sure that Mars, machine learning and cyborgs have anything to do with people transitioning into stage coral. Are the enlightened masters waiting for their bionic arms to arrive before they can take their spiritual practice to the next level? In tier 1, we know that there is a theme of the pendulum swinging from individualistic thinking to community minded thinking. In tier 2, I believe a similar thing occurs, however it's more nuanced. I remember Leo talking about stage yellow being somewhat individualistic while at the same time, still having a community minded awareness and holistic thinking abilities. If yellow is individualistic, turquoise would be community minded. This would make coral individualistic. Again, I am speculating, but this might be similar to the Ox Herding Pictures around picture 7/8 ( I can't remember which one exactly) where the enlightened master starts to integrate back into society as if we was like everyone else - because he is. In a sense, coming full circle but with the knowledge and power attained by enlightenment.
  11. Thanks @pluto . Can anyone report on how quitting coffee has affected their meditation or other spiritual practices? I have two strong shots of coffee per day, and would say am relatively easily effected by coffee. Thank you for your suggestions on alternate drinks to use to ween off.
  12. @PT89 , I'm in Sydney! Have been meditating for about 4 years now and listening to Leo for about the same.
  13. +1
  14. ... I have no idea. Over to you Leo!
  15. Thanks @Davidess . You're right, it doesn't really answer my question, however he does touch on how an introvert is more inside themselves and an extrovert is more outside themselves, which is the beginning of what I would like to see explored. I wonder if introverts are naturally predisposed to finding consciousness work easier? Do introverts have an inherent connection or closer relationship with god? Do extroverts have a harder time questioning the materialist paradigm? In a recent video, Leo said that there is nothing of true value anyone can really offer you. As an introvert, I intuitively understand this, and it seems quite obvious to me. I told a friend of mine, who is very much an extrovert, and he said that that is the saddest and darkest thing he had ever heard.