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  1. If both parents had an abusive childhood - it's basically unheard of for their child (you) to not incur some sort of childhood trauma - even the subtle kind that you're not aware of. Yes, parents do their best, but fulfilling all of a child's needs is not something that can be done through will and effort - it's something that emanates from an integrated state of being. Only a fully healed, feeling, non-neurotic parent can fulfil all of a child's needs. Therefore, don't fall into the trap of skipping over the years of therapy one needs in order to be ready for any kind of enlightenment to take hold in a stable way - this spiritual bypassing is the most common mistake in communities like this. LSD and marijuana stimulate old childhood and infant pain and make it bubble up - if unrecognised as such, the mind's only defense is to adopt / spin a web of beliefs and ideas, to balance out and compensate for the unrecognised pain that is now there and needs to be "explained" - because a vague, all-encompassing discomfort-that-can-not-be-named is intolerable for the mind. The stronger the pain, the stranger the ideas have to be. This is what happens when people get psychosis after their first trip - but it can also happen in a more subtle way, such as seeking ideology and adopting new beliefs and holding them firmly. If your ideas and beliefs from Leo's content feel like they are not just a "take it or leave it" body of knowledge, but ideas that are firmly clung to - I suspect that this is what's happened to you as well. You now need these ideas/beliefs to stay sane - simply trying to change or forget them will have adverse effects (insanity). The only way out is through - deal with past pain through regression and crying. If you're not going to get a therapist, then check out my youtube channel and follow the instructions - but I recommend you get a good therapist who is into childhood stuff. In addition to what others mentioned - live your life, be a person, lay off the spiritual practices for a while - I recommend finding a good Primal, regression or PRI therapist. Insanity is just the mind desperately compensating for blocked childhood trauma. The human system prefers even hallucinations and psychosis over becoming conscious of how much certain things from childhood still hurt.
  2. eye thing during parts work channel should just be about neurosis, my quirks, same as the promise feel more sane than ever missing out due to missing out in development at birth as well okay with missing things now. some files missing. some pages missing. some notes missing. some playlists on youtube missing
  3. If your idea of a "nice guy" is someone who lets you do dangerous and stupid things and embarrass yourself, without trying to warn you, then I guess I'm not your definition of a nice guy. And I don't care. You need tough love. But suit yourself, I'm about done
  4. The fact that you believe that is already proof that you're not firmly grounded in reality. I'm not "harassing" you, I'm trying to talk sense into you, because you're being monumentally stupid.
  5. ... and there it is. Remember PCP, guys? Pepperidge farm remembers. Well this is its sexy young cousin. Enjoy your binge of mania, delusions of grandeur and violence. Clearly no one can talk you out of it.
  6. 10 Things To Know Before Attempting Self-Healing Work
  7. Given that this is a very close relative of PCP... none for me thanks. I've also felt amazing a few days after ketamine, doesn't mean I'm healed and all my problems are solved. You're on a high and you're going to have a crash.
  8. Well, I give up Apparently the Ayahuasca Pill is more of a contentious, dividing, family-feud-inducing issue than the vaccine. Should we mandate the ayahuasca pill for every citizen over 18? I vote yes.
  9. In Europe there's actually ayahuasca ceremonies where there's no added DMT leaf. Just the vine. And it still works. How do you explain that, if it were all about the DMT
  10. @Leo Gura Great argument. Almost as good as the "smartassy" deflection. If hordes and hordes of people said eating food off the floor is safe and tastes a lot better, then a truly open-minded person will actually try it, or maintain an agnostic position until they have.
  11. I've tried to do this many times, painfully unsuccessfully, so I don't mean to come off harsh or judgmental. It just never works. Don't expect the average man to be conscious of what actually works on men, don't expect the average woman to be conscious of what actually works on her. She's not the authority you should look to, your own experience is. It's very frustrating but she doesn't know what would actually work on her, even though she'll think she does, so she might be just wrong here and you'll never know. Or she might be right, sometimes people are just not your type, but regardless, bringing up this topic in a logical manner ensures that you'll never date her.
  12. That's up to you. I found I can simply not motivate myself to work consistently on something I'm not deeply passionate about. But if you can, more power to you. Maybe that can get you to a more comfortable place to develop a deeper purpose. Those stories I believe to be real, yes. If you can find holes in the market like that and capitalize on them, you can make a lot of money quickly. Doesn't mean it's not a lot of work. In a way, I kind of resent not being able to do that: I've started and almost immediately stopped a marketing consultancy, I've started to sell 15k coaching programs to corporate entities, but before any real milestones happen I'm struck with the realisation: "I just don't care deeply enough about this" and lose all motivation. So I have to follow the other path: starting from my obsessive interest, then seeing how it can help people and make money.
  13. Yep, just keep it occasional. Np Yes, that works. People hate standing around / sitting around in public transport anyway, they're happy to chat. You may have to encourage them to unplug their earphones, but that's easy. Sounds like your history in the university environment might get you a bit in your head. In that environment, I would just give up on women there and focus on studying and maybe strengthening connections with other males if you can, it can have a mood stabilizing effect for when you do an approach on your way home. But no worries. A very random street approach is easy to do and there's no worrying about reputation.
  14. So you admit that you don't know what you are talking about? I also don't know. I don't have a dog in this fight really. I've never tried Ayahuasca. I'm often skeptical that it will be that great or that different. When friends tell me that it can heal their traumas, I say: come back when you're actually symptom free and tell me that. But I will try it, very soon. And my opinion is that experience is king. If you haven't tried it, you don't know. I thought you were all about that, Leo. Seems like your open-mindedness ends wherever it involves the theme of needing and trusting other people.
  15. It's in your vibe, your eye contact, your body posture, your confidence, your loudness and tone of voice, your facial expressions, your leadership. The content of what you say is the least important part. It doesn't even have to make sense, it just has to pass for somewhat coherent, so that she doesn't go "huh?" So yeah, you can just pull up your phone with google translate on it, as long as you also talk to them in the right way and make eye contact. You can literally have a conversation about nothing, where nothing significant is said, but if you have the vibe of a fun attractive person they will want to see you again.