Spiral Wizard

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  1. You are full of shit because you are not fully enlightened yet (unity consciousness, not 'basic' awakening, self-realization, etc.). The fundamental problem is that both of you don't KNOW what the other one is talking about. are judging him without being familiar with his claims, arguments, etc. You've mentioned multiple times that you are not really familiar with his work. I can't tell who of you is 'right' but what Frank is saying certainly isn't as black and white as you're portraying it to be. Remember the 10 ox herding pictures, especially the last one. @Leo Gura Have you watched this? It's his perspective in a nutshell. I agree, at the end of the day, it doesn't matter what either of you is saying: But I believe it would be of great service to your communities/audiences if Frank Yang went balls to the wall with psychedelics (especially 5-MeO-DMT) and you Mr. Gura became a great meditator/yoga practitioner to attain cessations, advanced samadhis, and superhuman states of consciousness without psychedelics. AND THEN, you two record a 10h podcast.
  2. Holy shit, this is incredible! Your effort is appreciated @FlyingLotus How long did you work on this?
  3. Justification for my score: Morality is relative and I try to neither judge myself nor others and I'm ain't no saint yet (primary psychopathy) but I value integrity and understand that acting in accordance with higher values creates a Good Life / reduces suffering (secondary psychopathy).
  4. Just got my first shot! Super happy about it haha Last week I actually thought that I had come to my final decision... to not get vaccinated. But yesterday I spontaneously thought, fuck it, let's do it! In that very instant so much energy was released because I finally LET GO of this exhausting topic and I got pretty high lol, very similar to the feeling of aroused kundalini. Anyway, do as much research as you like but then throw it all out of the window and listen to your heart
  5. @peanutspathtotruth Same here, looking forward to seeing you on the intensive! Last week I watched my first transmission, it definitely aroused my kundalini. I couldn’t stop laughing for a couple of minutes and I started moaning haha Check it out, if you dare: I also recommend Jan Esmann’s book: Lovebliss The last few transmissions haven’t really been different from normal meditations but I guess it just takes some time. Moving forward, I will do transmissions multiple times a week for at least a couple months to give it a fair shot. I will also try the initiation/transmission from Sadhguru:
  6. @Leo Gura is your God-realization also imaginary?
  7. Imma quote you on that haha @undeather very helpful and reassuring, thank you so much!
  8. Hey, I am writing this post in the hope of receiving guidance to help resolve my mental conflict about the coronavirus vaccine. I just want to make an educated decision to finally put my mind at ease. I am open to and genuinely interested in your perspective. I am looking for an intellectually honest and nuanced discussion. I don’t want to be motivated by fear or trapped in ideologies. Let’s try to leave the political / economic stuff out and focus on… the science / health side of things (vaccine risks vs covid risks) epistemology & pig picture thinking being motivated by love (pure intentions) …because I don’t want to get lost even further in endless conspiracy theories. I don’t like to go down all kinds of rabbit holes because it: creates confusion wastes time & energy is distracting & addictive At the end of the day it comes down to who do I trust because I honestly DO NOT KNOW, which leads us to the main issue: Authority & trustworthiness There are two main anchors I found to be reliable: Embodiment Epistemology / understanding / wisdom / nuanced thinking / consciousness If one of the two is lacking, the person automatically looses authority and trustworthiness. I’m conscious of my bias: I’ve been disappointed by mainstream medicine because it couldn’t help me with my severe autoimmune condition / health issue. Alternative / holistic medicine was my ‘savior’. Anyway, it’s basically a fact that mainstream medicine doesn’t know shit about holistic health and the cause of chronic disease. This makes long term side effect concerns legit. I doubt their assessment of the risks (virus vs vaccine). Many of my role models (Paul Chek, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Wim Hof, Aubrey Marcus, Aaron Abke, etc.) seem to be against the narrative that’s being pushed in the mainstream. The only conscious people I know that support the covid mainstream are Leo Gura and Sam Harris. It’s hard to assess a persons epistemology and and consciousness via YouTube but Paul Chek definitely embodies holistic health and is wise as fuck (he is 60 years old and more vital than most in their 20s). Leo on the other hand is probably the GOAT of epistemology (this intellectual honesty makes him trustworthy) whereas his embodiment of holistic health kinda sucks (genuinely no offense). In general, a big critique of Leo is that he doesn’t embody a lot of his teachings, which undermines his authority. @Leo Gura I‘d be extremely grateful if you could help me get my head straight again. Please explain your take on this in detail, so far I’ve mainly seen incomplete or dismissive arguments. Have you considered recording a comprehensive blog video about your take on the pandemic? I‘m sure many open-minded followers that are still in the fence would deeply appreciate that. For example, how do you reconcile the Social Matrix with following the mainstream? Especially when it comes to health. Now, I am conscious of the fact that none of my role models are infallible and everyone can be deceived, especially by conspiracy theories. So who the fuck shall I TRUST?! I DON’T KNOW haha and we are back to square one. That’s why I’m left to my intuition & logic, right? Do you know of any people who embody holistic health that support the mainstream? Two opposing forces: Intuition & logic The vaccine is a straight forward solution, it would be a relive. My intuition (might be paranoia in disguise as well), spiritual understanding and alternative health knowledge tell me that I should wait at least until next year to make a decision. Partly due to new covid variants, if a new (more effective or safer) vaccine gets released, I’d prefer to wait for that. Additionally, I don’t really fear the virus and trust my immune system because I’ve done a lot to heal it. On top of that, I started questioning germ theory entirely (opposite would be terrain theory). The truth is probably somewhere in-between. I’m sure the vaccine is right for most people because we live in a sick society but does it make sense for young people who embody holistic health? If I got a severe case of covid it would feel like a challenge and I probably would not regret the worst case scenario because I trusted myself, whereas I would most likely feel like a victim and regret the mRNA vaccine if I got severe side effects. My logic tells me that it is absurd to doubt the numbers/statistics (on covid risks vs vaccine risks) because billions of people have been vaccinated and I’m sure it would be public if we had an epidemic of vaccine side effects. Even if covid isn’t that much more dangerous than the flu and big pharma is just out for the money I don’t really think that the vaccine manufacturers would be so reckless... But then again, even if they have good intentions mainstream medicine doesn’t understand holistic health and therefore can’t predict long term side effects. But then again, again, this sounds like paranoia and overthinking lol I am skeptical about myself. I don’t want to be naive. Where is the line between neurotic overthinking and deeply contemplating an issue? I want to be free of doubts about the vaccine and be confident in my decision before I get it because otherwise I might experience the negative placebo effect every time I come by a convincing piece of information that claims coronavirus vaccines have long term side effects (this could be both from conspiracy theories or legit discoveries by official sources a few years down the line). Can you recommend any source that rigorously debunk plausible conspiracy theories about covid? Besides that, I think that there are effective treatments like hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin or other supplements. What covid treatments can you recommend? Last but not least, can you recommend any easy to understand sources that clearly show the deaths, hospitalizations, and especially long covid cases by age? I‘ve found these two reputable sources so far, but they didn’t really help with clarity because they aren’t easy to navigate: https://www.ema.europa.eu/en https://www.thelancet.com/ I want to get the vaccine so I never have to think about all of this craziness ever again and can focus on my life purpose. One of the biggest things holding me back is that I am not willing to get a new (booster) vaccine every year and I assume that this will be the case. Am I brainwashed? I feel lost in (mid-/dis-)information. How to make sense of all this? I’m trying to figure this out but both sides seem plausible. For the longest time I believed the mainstream when it comes to covid. Most people I know (including my parents) are vaccinated. But then, I could literally watch my mind getting sucked into conspiracy theories like Plandemic. I‘ve worked on disentangling myself from those and now I‘m basically not attached to any one side. I‘ve switched perspectives back and forth many times, just like Leo describes in this video: Now, there are just holistic health principles and government corruption issues that are holding me back. Covid really putts my epistemology to the test...
  9. Leo’s new video really resonated with me but I’m a bit confused… Currently, I’m reading “The Core Teachings of the Buddha” by Daniel Ingram. He presents ‘the three trainings’: morality (leads to a ‘Good Life’) concentration (leads to altered states/jhanas) inside practice (leads to ultimate inside/enlightenment) According to Daniel Ingram inside practice means, realizing the true nature of all sensation, which is synonymous to realizing ‘the three characteristics’ of all sensation: impermanence (all sensations don’t last) no self (non of the sensations are you) suffering or dissatisfaction (all sensations are fundamentally dissatisfying) All of the three characteristics are interconnected. Now, here are my questions: How do we resolve the conflict between trying to be satisfied and the alleged/supposed truth of dissatisfaction? Is the satisfaction meditation from Leo some kind of concentration practice? I guess, in that case it would resolve the conflict because when doing concentration practice one is deliberately ignoring the true nature of all sensation and focuses on an illusory object. Would love to hear your thoughts (especially if you have direct experience). Thanks in advance!
  10. Depends on what results you want. Here are some great examples: Paul Chek Aaron Abke Aubrey Marcus Dr. Joe Dispenza
  11. Hahahaha yes that’d be nice sir
  12. @StarStruck Haven’t you seen his interview with Martin Ball? @Leo Gura Not gonna lie, your charisma seemed a lot more calibrated back then haha I appreciate your courage though. I’d categorize this as a great learning experience. Keep at it. I believe it can be done in a graceful way. When your book comes out I’ll interview you and we’re going to kick some ass