Sirius Orion

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  1. @Husseinisdoingfine It all depends on which "chapter" of your life you are in ... do you have clear projects you want to develop ? which one ? etc Japan : depends on how long ; I would not recommend going there just because you "like the culture" if you don't have a very specific goal in mind : it is a very special country with very special social rules, loving the culture is not enough Lebanon people seem pretty chill but the political and economic context ... I've never been to the US but it looks very ... big and very diverse ( people, opportunities...and a Lebanese community) but again I don't have enough specific data on the current climate ^^ At lest I hope you are not fleeing from anything ... France ... si tu te débrouilles en français et que tu as des contacts : go for it ! Mais ne rêve pas trop non plus, le climat socio-économique et assez morose ces temps-ci , de plus j'ai remarqué qu'il était assez difficile à des étrangers de casser la glace et de nouer de vrai relations d'amitié avec les locaux plutôt froids et fuyants ... Un monde d'écart entre la province et Paris (que je ne recommande pas pour y avoir vécu ) London is much more cosmopolitan-friendly from this point on view ... and offers much cheaper and more decent renting opportunities Tu lis Evola (cf ton avatar) ? En tout cas je te recommande chaudement Guénon ... un must ! tu pourras visiter son appartement ile-Saint-Louis si tu viens en France Tiens moi au courant , best wishes !
  2. Christophe Nolan movies plot are really turquoise at the core , he was also very influenced by Borges (Inception ; Interstellar where the tesseract-library scene is nothing but the Library of Babel) David Mitchell 's Cloud Atlas great tale on synchronicity and how causality and karma work beyond linear time and how our lives are all connected in an ever present tapestry ... (also very influenced by Borges ^^)
  3. Jorge Luis Borges : Fictions ; The Aleph ; The Book of Sand and all his poems and tales
  4. @aurum 2 points : 1: The "horizon of the black hole paradox" > you will almost never hear of the deepest, highest, most advanced teachers and researchers (or after they passed), they will seldom market and sell themselves out there , and almost never take time to criticize others (even if it's justified ) because : "most average people would just not understand " . You will only (mostly) see/ hear the slick talkers, marketers, summarizers ... the dwarves on the shoulders of giants 2: The Pandora's box (see my above comment on Leo) : you'll very often find genuine people who had some authentic inner experience, insight, ah-ha moments but, through lack of embodiment and deep knowledge of human nature and psyche ( such knowledge you'll only get by true initiative science and deep contemplation) underestimated the power of the devil to twist and corrupt their teachings ... most of the times they are half-baked cakes ...
  5. @Kalki Avatar YES 900% !! more people should expand on that ! I pointed that on previous comment and on on a comment on his "conspiracy" video . I have been thinking for a while shooting a "smart" and fair critics video of the Actualized "teachings" (most critics out there are rather mainstream or low consciousness) The main issue with Leo is the "speculative" fallacy (in latin speculum means mirror ...), an understanding which is only mental keeps you stuck in a sort of glass bubble from which you are not even aware ... : a very common disease among highly intelligent and "deep" people interested in spirituality ... had I not met my mentor back when I was 18 (I am 32) I would have fell head first into that . One of the main red flag is that he doesn't have any proper esoteric (symbolism, hermeticism ,traditional metaphysics etc) culture and doesn't even seem to grasp how crucial it is to understand TRUE spirituality. He comes from the stage orange individualistic, self-help approach and SD yellow which views intellectual sophistication as a quality in itself . He is very "American" in the sense of naïve, self righteous arrogance and blindness towards his own biases (modernism, relativism, lack of connection to nature (both naturata and naturans ), belief in the almost satanic (non serviam) tabula rasa approach etc ... By his total ignorance of the true Initiatic science , lack of sensitivity towards the game of psychic influences (do research on egregores and "wandering influences ), lack of purification and the egotic pride to become an iconic brand he has almost trapped himself in a maze game from which only true humility, sincerity and total commitment to Truth can save him ... : we live in a wicked wicked world and you don't get to 1M subscribers on Youtube without certain ... hum ... "accommodations" to the Truth ... but most people are so lost or naïve the don't even suspect that ... The question is : Leo Gura, if your commitment to Truth required you to admit your mistakes, shortcomings, possible harm done to other and to reshape, reshape or even suppress all that you have done would you do it ? ... or do you think that you already know it all and better than eeeeverybody else ? ... open question ... But to not sounds as I am slaying him here's a list of some amazing qualities I found in Leo : - sharp lucidity in questioning everything including big institution and ideologies as science for instance -keen sense of complexity and paradox -ability to connect, draw lines between seemingly distant or unrelated topics ("Nexus") -pragmatism: I give him he is aware 90% people's problem are mostly mundane and down to earth -marketing/reach to all kind of audience, perspective and problematics ( SD yellow ability to assume a situation under several perspective) -good will : I genuinely think Leo is authentic in his quest through all the energy and time he dedicated in it -aware of the staggering depth of self-deception ... and yet still dangerously underestimating it !! ...
  6. Two legit practitioners to give you different angles of what the heck is the Sacred Art (by the way, in his lecture Hopkins speaks about auto-immune disorders and thyroids problems ... )
  7. Postmodernist art transmuting blue devilry
  8. very good exercises of both concentration (inspired by his experience as a music composer) and meditation in the books of Salim Michael
  9. Not a fan of Eliot but this is one of the healthiest speech I have heard on relationships recently ; actually it's you Leo, the so called "higher consciousness" guy, who should be talking of these topics, it's a pity you don't seem to have any knowledge of the esoteric traditions about how human being is built and functions on the subtler levels ... Actually you have partially deluded yourself (as well as a lot of naive young people) by going too strong too soon on "deep" metaphysical non-dual topics by non legitimate ways (psychedelics) : you are not always wrong per-se and can often share excellent insights but your lack of psychic preparation disables you from connecting them properly on a grander picture, it's a very subtle and very sneaky kind of devilry (stage yellow delivery maybe ?) very few people are able to detect and fewer (if none on this forum) to explain clearly ... very ironic from someone who made good videos about self-deception Anyway, if intersted to go further on topics of relationship/sexuality , global esoteric view on life in general : Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov , Peter Deunov for metaphysics : René Guénon , Frithjof Schuon as a complement to Eliot :
  10. @Leo Gura " There exist hundreds of high quality (and expensive) business trainings and courses. There are courses for literally any kind of business you might want to start." >>> Is there a recommendation list on this forum for the best of such courses ? Especially when It comes to marketing , closing a medium, building an audience, reaching all kind of people, getting them attracted, "hooked" and wanting more ... From what I've read on this forum many people would be interested if could make an "update" video based on what you learned and what have changed since your first one !
  11. Excellent. ONE of a kind. MUST read to understand anything at all in spirituality, history of mankind and of ideas, and in "esoterism" in general. SO underrated , caricatured, distorted and misrepresented . Read Guénon first. All of his books. Then Schuon . Beware of Evola: a clever and well read devil using primordial Tradition as an authority argument to political and moralistic agenda ... he definitely can teach you many things but be careful ... have a long spoon Beware of the people presenting themselves as "traditionalist" (usually stage blue misunderstandings what's what) or even "guénonian" . René Guénon himself has always strongly rejected all kind of label or "school" : there definitely is no such thing as "traditionnalism" or "perennials school" (excepted in the mind of some "blue"ideologist completely clueless about how the devil works ...) Nevertheless ... beware of Guénon himself, do not take his work for what it is not : 'tis a compass not a teaching ! He himself always rejected the title of "master" for good reason ... he wasn't in a pedagogical teaching mission. His work is actually very intellectual and bears the risk to reinforce that aspect in the reader ( which is generally already very strong) without giving you ACTUAL methods to work out with in your everyday mundane life in the Kali Yuga ! That's why Guénon alone doesn't help very much ... I would encourage you to read first Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov and to alternate with Guénon, they complete each other very well and will give you a much deeper, broader, deeper and most of all more effective view on things ... Keep in touch, very interested in hearing your return and progress ! By the way where are you from ? How did you here about RG ?
  12. @Ero off topic : I just saw you are from Bulgaria, where exactly, how is life there ? Genuinely curious ! Have you read Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov or Peter Deunov ?Did you dance the paneurhythmy in Rila ? Are they still so popular today ? Cheers ! By the way, I'm from France @Husseinisdoingfine few weeks ago I came across an article on this forum from a young korean guy complaining about the lack of interest in spirituality of most of the people there and about the difficulty for him to find spiritual ressources ... SK is the developed country with the highest suicide rate ... as well as the country were esthetic surgery is literally mainstream ! The social pressure to "succeed" and blend in is soul-crushing and brutal ! (korean movies say a lot about the unconscious collective shadow ) , BUT if you make it and become a top ranking robot you will be able to hire a filipino masseuse for your old days and get your dog cloned for 100K bucks , isn't that cute ? The very fact that the only criterium to measure life and success is a gross materialistic paradigm (and some fake, hypocritical SD blue confucianism to guilt trap you) is itself dystopic
  13. North and South Korea are their own mutual nemesis ! equally caricatural in their Orange ideology lacquered on Blue core (conformism, social pressure to fit in , guilt and shame blackmailing, brutal vertical hierarchy ...) similar to Japan (both were US occupied after a deadly war and economic chaos, how strange ! )