RedLine

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  1. Becuase I still think words/ideas (philosophy) are intincrated with our understanding of reality so it is interesting to deal with them. Any experience you have you are interpreting it with your ideas and your words so you are manipulating backwards what you have experience. That dicotomy between experience vs thoughts is not accurate.
  2. I meditate 5 hours per day. So you are the only one who is allowed to deconstruct concepts in your 2 hours parloting videos?
  3. I am creating everything. Even in deep contemplation I am creating what I am experiencing.
  4. Even if you are enlighten you see forms. Here you can take 2 position: 1. You are still seeing reality through ideas. 2. You make a distinction between the idea and the object. The idea of the glass and the direct experiencie of glass as object. But then how can you explain where the glass come from?. Isn't it a demarcation you made at some point? Isn't something you are creating rn? So what is the difference regards to toughts/ideas? They have the same properties.
  5. You make a distinction between ideas and forms. I don't think ideas and form are different. You are still seeing trough ideas in that states you describe. Of course is much more clear that the regular mind noise but still ideas.
  6. I know what you mean. I did the experiment. But there is still a form there, a form of a glass. You are still seeing reality trough your map of meaning that you learned when you were 2 years old or whatever.
  7. What is direct experiencie? Is it Nothing/Oblivion? Because whatever object (form) you see, it is a learned object, it is an idea.
  8. Is it possible to contemplate a glass without imposing the idea of "glass" over it? Is it possible to contemplate a glass without contemplating a glass? Do te distinction between ideas vs direct experiencie actually make sense? it looks like reality is always made by ideas/concepts that we LEARNED, even when we directly contemplate it.
  9. When you realize you are not in the object refocus again. The trick is don't feel guilty when you realize you are not in the object, it is normal, just gently focus again
  10. Ok, I understand, thank you. One more thing, in daily life would you prioritize your attention to "awareness of everything" or would you proritize focus on the object? For example right now that I am writing, should I hyper focus on writing and consider the background as secondary, or should I take the "aware of everything" as my main focus point and the writing as secondary?
  11. Why can't you practice be aware of awareness while walking ( without concentration object)? Are you saying you can only do it in sit meditation?
  12. so you mean you can maintain peripheral awareness without concentration object? For example, walking meditation is explained as concetration on the feets + peripheral awareness of the scenario. Is it possible to do walking meditation using only peripheral awareness?