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  1. What does is mean to be omniscient at the level of Being instead of knowing? Thanks for reading!
  2. I see Reds having as much care & empathy as Greens, they just have different conditions for when it's activated. I don't think psychopaths are stuck at Red. At Green, instead of this stage showing up as peace and love, it could be a higher ability to shift perspectives, more objectively seeing oneself in relation to a larger world, openness to information which suggests a higher degree of disidentification with beliefs, and so on. I have been underestimating Green as simple/easy to do and without any skill involved ("caring is involuntarily and just happens"). But now it seems to me that the evolved thinking is the main driver from Orange to Green and that this stage is not about empathy or care at all. It's just the expanded understanding and reasoning that allows for the already existing empathy to manifest more objectively. So there is an intelligence to Green first and foremost. Altruism may or may not be a byproduct, but it's secondary, the empathy has to already be there. And Red thinking produces behaviour that better aligns with psychopathy, but my belief is that the similarities are merely surface appearance.
  3. For me it works well to cut costs on habits and small stuff rather than big buys. No coffees on the way to work, lunches out, or chocolate on the way home, the cheapest paper towels etc, and for stuff that stays I choose more expensively. Make sure you're so happy with them that you only buy once : )
  4. Thank you for creating this thread! I have some questions on thought-forms: Why and how are thought-forms made intentionally and unintentionally? When or how do they move, for example do they attach to people or a place, and what happens when someone moves away? What sustains them? Can they feed on someone? How do I begin to assess if I have any attached to me or in my house? I just inherited a place from someone, and I tend to feel exhausted when I come here (which is not from grief). The person who passed away died of cancer (not in the house), had many unresolved issues (pushed away trauma by focusing on achievement), and I believe had negative thoughts toward me. Might there be any thought-forms from her weighing me down and are there ways I can resolve it? Does my indifference towards the person's death have any effect on anything? Since I was little I have felt heaviness certain places, and apologized out in the air to the heaviness, to feel more safe and under less pressure, and it works. Do you have any idea what is happening here?
  5. Your third "I" is your physical self that you identify with. The fourth "I" here refers to the same consciousness which is in you and everything else. This self doesn't die with the body. The continuity of experience that is your configuration dies with the body. Other I's (like in your third I) are here and experience the universe through their own limited, distorted experience.
  6. On a related note, does the universe prefer us realizing ourselves or does it want the experience ordinary life brings? Ouroborus, it's just a cycle.
  7. No, most of her audience is Green. If you are in a position to transmit esoteric knowledge to the public you will see how misinterpreted you get unless you tailor your lessons to the listener.
  8. I don't know if this helps, but remember that not wanting to be alone arose out of the perception of separation.
  9. watch this too.
  10. @Apparition of JackI forgot that he was anti-industrialist. But I don't believe he was below Orange, I guess his Orange expressions were more in academic excellence then. I've heard he was brainwashed as well. First praised and encouraged, then broken down in crushing ways. And I think the way in which he was lead to snap necessarily affected his spiral development. Those experiments I would say were Orange using Orange (ranking him highly, then belittling his thoughts) and Green (accept and inclusion, then being cast out and alienated) means.
  11. Hey I was thinking about stage Green and the values of empathy and compassion while still being primarily in the sustenance level. So I was wondering did the Ted Kaczynski (Unabomber) manifesto in part describe origins of the receptivity to this stage in his attack on leftism? Perhaps the part of Green that is still in level 1, as I seem to remember the cut/off point to level 2 was in the high stage of Green. He attributed leftism to oversocialization, which causes unbearable guilt, and feelings of inferiority, which leads us to identify with positions of lack. I won't speculate too much on Ted Kaczynski himself, but he comes off as a systems thinker to me. Perhaps he felt conflicted integrating stage Green as he was so isolated and on the outside, but not in a way that Green valued, so that his original, probably long-lost wish to belong turned to hate.
  12. A browser that finances planting a tree on average every 45th search you make.
  13. Yes, but without any of the human associations to responsibility, as well as the goodness or badness of outcomes.
  14. @pluto Ah, thanks for the preview Is there a difference between the ones of Hermes and Thoth? For me the texts seem difficult to extract something from if I don't already recognize the truths in them. I suppose if you recognize enough, the rest can hint to the missing links and pieces. Or how did you learn anything from them?