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  1. @Lenny wow thanks for making me see that i was just getting caught up again in thoughts or more feelings than anything else. I see this now clearly as just a feeling that came up in "my consciousness" and then my imagination got caught up/lost in the thoughts that just came up into "my consciousness." I was looking for that consciousness but i was lost in feeling that lead to the thoughts that the body is empty and i believed it cause it was my experience. I might be true but it still comes up in "my consciousness." Was to focused on the body that's empty i could not see clearly that i am using consciousness itself to look for it as Rupert Spira says and that you pointed me to Thanks for the exercise, i get it now. Peace to you too!!!
  2. Hi, I need some guidance on the experience i had that might help me understand this. After meditating today i felt like my body was empty. Empty like no organs, no brain and the feeling of no eyes. It felt like i just had 2 holes in my head. I felt like i was an " empty house or a empty vessel" with no one in it but existing. I try looking for myself but it's no were to be found but yet i am here. I know the thought and feeling comes up of being here but how can this exist without me being here lolll. I look for consciousness to but i ca't really find it cause everything feels so empty yet it feels here lolll. I am confused.
  3. Sex with Ghost A professor at the University was giving a lecture on Paranormal Studies. To get a feel for his audience, he asks, 'How many people here believe in ghosts?' About 90 students raise their hands. Well, that's a good start. Out of those who believe in ghosts, do any of you think you have seen a ghost?' About 40 students raise their hands. That's really good. I'm really glad you take this seriously. Has anyone here ever talked to a ghost?' About 15 students raise their hand. Has anyone here ever touched a ghost?' Three students raise their hands. That's fantastic. Now let me ask you one question further...Have any of you ever made love to a ghost?' Way in the back, a young Arab student raises his hand. The professor takes off his glasses and says 'Son, all the years I've been giving this lecture, no one has ever claimed to have made love to a ghost. You've got to come up here and tell us about your experience.' The Arab student replied with a nod and a grin, and began to make his way up to the podium. When he reached the front of the room, the professor asks, 'So, dear, tell us what it's like to have sex with a ghost?' The student replied, "Wallah Habibi, from back there I thought you said "Goats."
  4. @nistake Thanks for reply. I have been meditating a while like 2 years on breath, relaxing the body and mind. also, done self inquiry and still do and happy to still do. I feel like i am ready to do this but i get myself in this type of meditation were i just get lost and have doubt about how to do this, resting as or in awareness. I feel any advice could help me be more clear.
  5. That seems like light but light as a conscious light. Light is empty and illuminates shapes and forms. I see it as a white light same color as a blank piece of paper and not yellow. How accurate is that to consciousness or is that wrong??
  6. Hi all I have a few questions on this topic. 1. Is awareness and consciousness the same thing? 2a. How does one rest as awareness or consciousness in daily life? 2b. Where is awareness or consciousness located for one to rest as it? I ask this question cause i think it's important if one wants to rest as awareness/consciousness to know where it is located. To give an example some say awareness/consciousness is inside ones head or at least feels like inside and some say it's outside your head. 2c. How does it feel like to rest as awareness/consciousness? Is it peaceful and relaxed or focused and alert or both?? I know it feels like being aware but what state? 3. How does one practice resting as awareness/consciousness in meditation? 4. What is the difference in resting as awareness or resting in awareness? Thanks in advance!!
  7. @Spaceofawareness thanks so much for this i just had an experience of just this openness and the feeling of freedom from this meditation thanks to you for mentioning Loch Kelly, so thank you so much!! Also, thanks to Leo and everyone that started this website.
  8. I am seeing this laptop, that will still be there. I get i will go no were but will my scenery change. Also, what about the people around me now will i still see them too but from another angle so to speak??
  9. @James123 ok, so if you die you just become nothingness, blank space or blackness with consciousness or your body just disappears and your conscious of this dream/what i see now still without a body?
  10. @mindcentral I also noticed that being a aware of being aware also gets stronger or more clear when you are really being aware of being aware without distractions. Like becoming more present in the present moment. Oh and yeah i notice that i am aware of that too
  11. What do you mean exactly by formlessness. Is it like what i have seen on hallucinations simulations video of were reality turn into like an painting and then the whole painting/your perception starts to flow like water but not water but white light and turns into flowing white light? I think it's a mind stream and mind stream = consciousness. So when you die "your" consciousness(the whole perception) changes form from being solid frozen state to a flowing state. Is that correct??
  12. 3 = The trinity maybe? Father, son and holy spirit maybe? Emptiness/nothingness, form/consciousness and vibration/energy maybe? God, God and God maybe?
  13. @Rilles Thank you @mindcentral Wow thank you, that is very helpful and what my meditation is lacking and what i was looking for. Great advice!! @kag101 I have meditated for years on breath and other stuff but want to take it to a new level.
  14. I am stuck with this meditation and get frustrated during the meditation. To me it's easy to focus on what i am seeing or if i am seeing nothing then that is easy to focus on that but i keep focus more on what i am seeing and get the sense that is not being aware of being aware. I do a guided meditation from Rupert Spira and every time i get what he is saying but i feel that i can't focus on it. Any tips on what to focus should be? i know to focus on being aware on being aware but how do i do it?