Koeke

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  1. Good. Have you experienced this as well? And could you give me an idea about what you mean when you say "these experiences"? I feel like it is really important to have a flexible body (and especially back) when doing kriya. Otherwise you'll mess up some way of using your body properly. How right am I?
  2. To add to what m0shen said: be sure that your inhale and exhale are of the same length.
  3. So I meditate 1.5 hours per day and do kriya yoga 1.5 hours per day. Whenever I don't do either of these things for 4 hours or so, I get a bit agitated and my mind just feels so filthy (not in a moralistic or sexual way). How do I not get consumed by my egoic emotions during the day and especially when I have to read academic philosophy. I know it is a very common question but how do I maintain clarity during the day? I mentally chant mantras whenever I am free but this annoys me after a while. This post feels a bit silly. I guess I just need to let go or something. "I just feel like I shouldn't have to feel so much resistance." Haha! Any thoughts on this?
  4. So I have been practicing kriya for 4 months and will do the third part of KP today for the first time. My results so far are pretty good. Sometimes when I do a kriya breath (Maha mudra, KP 1, KP 2, yoni mudra) the energy goes into my right shoulder and specifically into a muscle that is a bit tight. It doesn't hurt but it isn't pleasant either. This tension makes me "hold back" and not breathe (and thereby raising the prana) as intensely as I could. Does someone have any experience with this and if so what do you recommend I do? It says in the book that you need to make sure that you raise the energy via the sushumna and not via Ida and or pingala whilst practicing KP 3. I feel it going through the sushumna but also a bit into my shoulder. Any thoughts on this?
  5. Lesson 4 procedure It says that I should imagine looking forward from the medulla to the Bhrumadhya. Can anyone give me some tips on how to imagine this? I have done this procedure about 20 times and haven’t really stayed in this “concentration pose” for longer than 10 seconds. Even though it says that it should only take a few seconds to assume the concentration pose.
  6. Alright thanks! Have you tried snorting it having used vinegar for the conversion?
  7. Does anyone know how to convert free base into a salt for snorting purposes? The methods discussed in this thread seem to be for plugging.
  8. For what to happen? Awakening!? Mmm.. Do you agree with Leo and Martin Ball that 5 meo accelerates awakening by a lot? I haven't had a breakthrough so I'm still a bit sceptical.
  9. I have a job, but live with my parents. Why all these questions? Btw: how do you delete previous posts you wanted to quote (as seen below)?
  10. Great question! Sex! And lots of it! No, I don't know! Do you mean a life purpose? I don't have one. For now I just want to raise my consciousness know the Truth, keep learning other stuff and play music. I was wondering when I'll think I'm done raising my consciousness. It's a weird question because when your happy and at peace in the moment there's no need to 'raise' your consciousness. Sometimes I feel this way. Wanting to raise ones consciousness is more of a lifestyle of doing the work, I guess. Learning stuff, playing music, playing sports etc are just hobbies, I don't consider them part of ... Mmm.. I guess I just want a relatively plain life, with the exception of Enlightenment. Maybe do some spiritual teaching, maybe research on psychedelics, meditation, neuroscience. I don't know. Is this the kind of answer you were trying to manifest in me?
  11. I would like to add that I have been doing shamanic breathing for 5 months now and barely have emotional reactions. I remember Leo saying you might wake up crying. This is an extreme example of course, but the only thing shamanic breathing does for me, afterwards, is that it makes me more loving and accepting of me/reality. Thoughts don't annoy me as much etc. I find it hard to tell how much emotional purging happens. I don't know if this is relevant but I am 18 years old and I might be autistic (aspergers).
  12. How can an ego like dying? I presume it can only like certain parts dying. I don't see how it can be child's play since I have done so much work. I am aware of the magnitude of the dissolution of the ego (in so far that's possible at this stage).
  13. I mean what is the understanding? I don't mean how does the process of not noticing an understanding work. You mean that I could potentially be in a backlash because I, mistakenly, think I am going in the right direction?