SpiritualAwakening

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  1. A small and simple model I made based on perception regarding Truth for the seekers. Don't forget every bubble outside of time&space is just as much whole and complete as the ones "higher" up. Also, in the fourth bubble one needs to experience psychological death (dying before you die) in a deep meditative state. BEWARE OF MIND-TRAPS AND CONFUSING CERTAIN TERMS WITH CERTAIN EXPERIENCES.
  2. From a lot of your posts it seems like you have no idea what Nibbana is.
  3. Would you like me to sugarcoat your illusions? This is NOT what an "awakening" is. The mind is playing tricks on you and you agree to whatever the mind shows you..
  4. Of course you both have similar experiences . You're both quite delusional. Lmao
  5. That is the danger with people that have mental illnesses and pursue the truth, people confuse their experience with enlightenment and create their own fantasy and call that ultimate reality. Even reading my comment now they will think, what is this guy talking about? I Know what I'm talking about? ^ See what I mean LOL ^
  6. Funny enough the journey isn't about learning at all, more of an unlearning rather than accumulating knowledge provided by others.
  7. Amazing report, thanks for this. Gave quite a good view on what I'm heading towards! How many mg did you take?
  8. @RMQualtrough If you watch it frame by frame using ", and ." you can clearly see it appears out of nowhere from a spot which should have been easy noticeable if it was 1 inch further away. It also stops for a split second hovering around. Quite convenient moment in space and time for "dust" to appear and move on the camera lens. Not to mention all the other thousands if not ten thousand dust particles floating around in a room and "this one" making the grand entrée.
  9. It's both material and immaterial. If it's dust it's funny that it went particularly from his head moving away.
  10. 3:06 either that's dust or it's his consciousness leaving the body.
  11. Let me say it like this, as long as thought identifies itself with sensation "i", will is born out of desire and action will most likely follow. In the absolute sense it's just happening and there is no free will, even though in absolute sense there is no distinction between the relative and the absolute. therefore we will always arrive at YES and NO
  12. The universe and therefore you are in complete order. To say it is disorder (chaos) would only mean that one is yet to perceive order, life in its Totality, the Whole. The disorder lies in perception, like one perceives a volcano erupting as disorder yet it aligns completely with the movement of the universe. To say there is no order also contradicts the notion of "not having free will". I agree and disagree with this, there is free will and there isn't. Free will is limited and all choices we are able to make within time/space have already been laid out for us to just make, however and whenever we choose to. For example saying "the way I am going to die is already set in stone" is a true and it's not because it's not one way, its multiple ways. You can get hit by a car or you can jump from a bridge, It's all been made available to just happen when it happens within TIME and within SPACE, hence the illusion.
  13. You can do this, but you might lose "you" along the way . Good luck brother!
  14. Right now none. Because all the criteria you will use is based on the knowledge you have absorbed from the past which have created your current perception. But I'd say the most important thing is to stop fixating on @Leo Gura with this matter and look at yourself. The work is about deconstructing your reality not @Leo Gura 's
  15. By using common sense, logic, reasoning, facts etc as a fundamental ground in your thinking and wipe away all belief altogether completely in doing so. Doubting your own views on reality which you see as truth and realizing that as much as you think a thing is true from a religious standpoint, the Christian, Jew, Muslim etc do so just as much as you. That your views on the matter are not more special than the other and that you're all actually working on the same ground. By seeing that you will be able to see just how relative your perception actually is and not Truth with a capital T. From there on more questioning can begin.
  16. For it's obvious now that we're here. It's not so much obvious when you have no idea what God is BUT you think you Know what God is, or if there even is such a thing as God. Hes trying to get to a realization while skipping the realizations needed to get to that one. He's definitely looking at it from a pre-rational position.
  17. Your name is my reaction lmfao
  18. @Leo Gura I think you could focus more on integration and embodiment, waking up from the gut.
  19. I feel like you haven't read what i wrote with intent. Asking these questions from your current perception is like a toddler crying because he can't walk yet, well the reason is because he first needs to learn and understand how it is going to crawl before it can ever get the next idea on how to walk. (Not that you're a toddler, just giving an analogy). Or how is someone ever going to understand mathematics if he doesn't understand calculus yet. EDIT: Also, you have no idea what God is, so how are you coming to the conclusion that these are its characteristics? Or that such a thing as God even exists? Also it's important that before you can even find out what God is, first you should raise the question if there even is such a thing as God..
  20. The problem is that you are trying to conceptualize this into an understanding from a relative standpoint, which led to your conclusions. You can't use your mind and put the puzzle pieces together, because it's God who is the one trying to put the puzzle pieces together rather than throwing the puzzle away and looking at itself. Nevertheless, the understanding of realizing you are God comes from insight, and insight doesn't arise within time, so your puzzle will only come to limited conclusions which then form your perception as is. Don't look at @Leo Gura look at yourself.
  21. I understand where you're coming from sister but please stop going back and forth on his video, you'll never get him to say you're right I was wrong. For potential newcomers it will only look like you're defending a "cult master". Trust me I totally get your frustration, I've communicated with this guy on a video-call that took 2 hours, there's no hope. Better to let people experience Actualized for themselves rather them wipe it all away due to the judgments they'll give based on your comments.
  22. It's funny how they've mentioned Gangaji and other names of people who uncovered Absolute Truth but totally bash Leo, you can obviously see they hold a grudge against them.