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  1. You've mixed a few things up here. Not really, no. Took me personally 2 weeks until I noticed that something changed, for example. (Not because the change was so "little" but because it was so fundamental that I needed two weeks to find the sanity to think straight about it.) And just by listing the symptoms of what had changed I figured it must be enlightenment. And I had extensive conceptual knowledge about enlightenment. So you would think that I knew "what to expect". Let me tell you, you will not know what hits you. That's why I tend to dislike spirituality these days, because it's too far away from the actual thing. Not talking about it might be a better way to approach it. Just sit or ask yourself "who am I" and wait. That's because enlightenment is such physiological change in your whole mind-body system, that you are confused in the beginning. It takes months and years to integrate what really happened. And even then, you just figured out "who you are". That's by far the easiest thing to find out when it comes to contemplation. Because you are it. You just have to find "you". Try contemplating "what is another" or "what is reality". That's a completely different thing to find out. Finding out "who you are" is the entrance to a lot more enlightenments that are way harder to achieve. That's why so many spiritual teachers talk about different things and confuse ppl alot. That's why you shouldn't talk about it. Peter Ralston and Eckhart Tolle are both enlightened, but probably have a completely different way of perceiving the world because the depth of their enlightenment and achievement varies a lot. That's one way, probably. I think I could talk someone into enlightenment that would be willing to give up everything he or she knows about this world. The problem is, most people have some conceptual walls they don't want to give up, that's why this method either needs a lot of time or doesn't work with people. My best advice on getting enlightened is this: Figure out how you bullshit yourself, which lies you tell yourself, which unproven assumptions you take as real. Write all of this down and then melt every one away by contemplating it. Write down the walls that keep your ego in place, and then get rid of the walls. And then just sit and wait until it hits you. And then wait 5 years before you write your first book. Cheers, Az
  2. Actually, a friend of mine said the same thing about Vancouver before I went there and it was so beautiful that I decided to move there after my studies. In Vancouver, most of the fucked up people are in one part of the city. Visited it once, wasn't nice. Compared to Europe, I would guess (from videos as well) that the US is way more fucked when it comes to homeless ppl. But I will see for myself. Hopefully, I booked a hotel in the right part of the town. I think I did doe.
  3. Actually, I thought about spending the weekend (8.09 - 09.09) somewhere else. I thought about going to Las Vegas. If I come to LA, I let you know in advance.
  4. Hey guys, I'm gonna visit San Francisco from the 3th to the 12th of September. I got a few places I'm gonna visit in this time, but I have enough free time to have a meet or two. I'm gonna meet up with @Juan Cruz Giusto. If you live near by, let me know and we can meet as well. Last summer I met @Be Yourself in Vancouver and it was awesome. Very excited to visit the US. Cheers, Az PS: To the moderators. I'm posting this here because most of the guys from this section know me.
  5. Actually, I think I cannot talk about that here (not in public and not on PM). I've been thrown out of the forum once by Leo for talking about it and now I'm striked for that. I tend to be very elaborate in my descriptions and I tend to not give a fuck whether other people like that or not. This topic includes a human being that Leo doesn't like, so he asked me to not talk about it, which I conform too. That's why I can't talk about it. The transmission I got comes from the "prohibited" person and further details would be inseparable from his teachings etc.
  6. Never got RASA in my life. Got other transmissions. Also, I got transmissions when I was already uncontracted. The transmissions just unctronacted me a lot more. There is depth to all of this that can be explored. So yeah, the transmissions helped a lot to permantently uncontract me.
  7. I'd say that the way towards enligthenment creates a lot of suffering, just because you want to get away from yourself. If you achieve some type of enlightenment, the constant "being-suffering" lowers depending on your depth of enlightenment. Temporally suffering can still arise, like when you burn your hand or something. But getting away from "being-suffering" (chronic tension in the head [feeling of ego] and body [feeling of body ego]) is worth the way, . When you are "really" enlightened, you don't even feel that you have a body or head, literally.
  8. Even with drugs it's difficult. It's just faster and more intense.
  9. This is actually a very important point to understand about enlightenment. When you get enlightened, your short-term memory will most likely die down a lot. At least that's how it is for me. This happens because as the ego integrates and leaves, the memory produced and kept by the ego does so as well. And because the ego fears everything, it hyper-memorises things that the muscle-memory in your body can manage without thoughts. So when the ego dies, you are mostly left with muscle-memory for short-term navigation of your life. Now, muscle-memory is completely intuitive, not so predictable and very strange at first. It's a lot more feeling- then head-based. To this day, I haven't quite found out how to navigate it correctly or how to improve it. In total, my life got more disorganized through that but more organic as well. It's a strange one. I think doe, that when you master it, you can have the best short-term memory a human can have because you get full access to the unconscious. But you have to unlock it first.
  10. In my experience suicidal thoughts arise when you are in a deadlock position in life. It seems that you cannot move forward, you can't get back and the present is fucked. Then the ego fascinates about not being here any more because it's a way out of the present moment that actually preservers it for the time being. If you really are in a deadlock, the ego fears to be detected and fears to be really killed by awareness. That's why it has to play the "joker" (going meta) and fascinating about death which normally either freaks the individual out or calms the individual down because it sees a way to stop the pain the ego manifests in the deadlock.
  11. If you were a science major you'd know that you learn that in university as well. That's not unknown to the scientific community. If you take a logic course, you'll be introduced to various logic paradigms one on which mathematics can be formulated and proven, others where it can't. I think your post is valuable for the normal human being that never thought about that, but I wanna to argue that the scientific community is not as dogmatic as it is presented here all the time. It's just like with every big community, if you have a lot of people its harder to change things and so people get stuck in old paradigms. (That's by the way why globalism will fail as well, as you can even see rn. ) That doesn't mean that the actual individuals don't know that. It's a little bit like judging a society based on its politicians. Not a good idea. Anyway, just keep that in mind guys when you mock science. I personally know some scientists that don't give a shit who you are or how you look and will be very open to new ideas and paradigms. Most of the ones I know are that way.