Beginner Mind

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  1. @Aaron p I don't deny the usefulness of psychedelics to produce genuine glimpses, but awakening? I'm skeptical.
  2. Be aware of being aware. Simplest way to awaken. Also costs nothing.
  3. @Anna1 I believe it's possible to be both an asshole and enlightened. But clearly his behavior was unacceptable.
  4. I found @IAmTheHolySpirit to be pretty legit. Shame he had to be rude about it.
  5. @IAmTheHolySpirit Great post. You're quickly making a fan out of me.
  6. @mandyjw You're welcome!
  7. @LfcCharlie4 Awakening doesn't preclude you from enjoying a good book.
  8. I recently picked up a book called "The Best Enlightenment Quotes & Passages to Awaken the Buddha Within" by Karin James. It's a compilation of non-duality quotes from everyone you can imagine, including Eckhart Tolle, Adyashanti, Ramana Maharshi, Tony Parsons, Rupert Spira, Alan Watts, and many more. I'm so impressed with this book that I've decided to donate all my other books; this is the only book I need. I highly recommend it. If you're interested, it's available on
  9. @LfcCharlie4 Thanks dude. I'm just beginning to familiarize myself with the peace. Still very much a rookie.
  10. After years of seeking, I've finally found peace. It's as simple as this: be aware of being aware (as taught by Rupert Spira). Simply notice that you are aware, and rest in that. (The peace is subtle; don't expect an orgasm or anything like that). Peace y'all.
  11. @Serotoninluv Thanks man! You've offered helpful insights for me on multiple occasions.
  12. @Aaron p Yes, I've come to appreciate the silence more and more. It used to be an enemy, now it's my companion.
  13. @Javfly33 It's not quite a habit for me yet as I've only been practicing for a few days, but I'll keep that in mind.