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  1. So I stumbled upon this interview of rapper KRS-One talking about racism in America, the civil rights movement and hip-hop's role in that fight. But what I didn't expect was such a deep and nuanced take on it without "picking sides." At around 2min 17secs he states: "The real freedom movement [in America] has no color on it and if it did it would be revolutionary white people that would be at the front of it" And "Of course there's people like me in the United States. Black men that are fighting for freedom everyday. Every day we never let up, ever. It's in my blood. I will always stand for the cause of black liberation, no doubt. But I stand for Truth also. I stand for humanity first. The deepest part to being black is being African. The deepest part to being African is being human. The deepest part to being human is being God. The deepest part to being God is being Love. Being intelligence and all of the above, understanding, mercy. All that is God-like. What would you rather be, black or God? Who are you really, African-American or human? I tend to lean toward human myself." Thoughts?
  2. Hello! I'm planning on doing shrooms properly for the first time on Tuesday with some close friends. I've heard that people lose their appetite on psilocybin, but wanted to ask anyway. Are there any foods/recipes in particular that you recommend? Side note: I'm doing 2-3g depending on how I feel. Was also thinking of following a lemon tek guide to brew it into a tea.
  3. @Baum The whole experience is mother aya. I think you might have been too focused on waiting for her to appear in some form when she was showing you what you needed to see at the time
  4. @Baum If you had to go with your gut feeling, what do you think mother aya was trying to tell you?
  5. Sounds terrifying. Sometimes you have to be shown the worst of the worst to greatly appreciate the little things in life
  6. I believe in you, man. What you need to focus on is loving YOURSELF, then good things will come to you when you least expect it. To begin your journey of self-love you should... Step 1: Get a job, apply anywhere. This will get you out of your comfort zone, which is the only way you can really get into a new headspace to make changes in your life. You will also meet new people. Step 2: Research healthy food recipes, go to the grocery store, buy the ingredients then take time to learn how to cook them. Put your favorite music on in the background to get you more motivated. Healthy food=healthy mind. Step 3: Go jogging. At a nearby park, neighborhood, anywhere. Sweat it all out. This will make you feel good and it's another way to get you out of your comfort zone which will lead to a clearer mind. Step 4: Take time out of your day to meditate. Start with 5-10 minutes if you're not used to it, then go up from there. You say you don't have a lot of money, but you can implement all of these steps. As someone else on the thread said, get MILITANT about it. It will pay off. This is just the starting point of your self-love journey. I'm on a journey of self-love myself having just recently (just over a month ago) been dumped by my first ever girlfriend of four years. I'm almost 26 and have only fully acknowledged now that I do not love myself and have depended on another person to provide me with that love for all those years. This is a mistake. How can you expect to love someone properly when you don't even love yourself? This is what lead to my partner breaking up with me. You say you want to be loved by someone, but YOU can give yourself ALL the love you need. It's not an easy journey, but you are perfectly capable of doing it. We all are, no matter how shit our lives seem. And when you love yourself enough to not depend on the validation of another person, that is when a partnership can be the most beautiful thing you will ever experience in life. I believe in you. I believe in you.
  7. @allislove Thank you for so much for this! I appreciate the analogies, they were very, very helpful. Thank you <3
  8. @allislove I have to admit that I am a bit confused. A month or so ago I read a thread on here where they were dicussing how when "I" experience "my" pov, the "people" that "I" interact with are not because all that exists in the present is the one pov, but "their" pov will also be experienced, but when it does, "my" pov won't be happening. Their pov and my pov are really the same pov experiencing at a different "time" (I don't know how else to describe it)
  9. @allislove Okay, so just be 100% clear... Me as "flim" is just an illusion, but that illusion is being played out. Are the "people" that "I" interact with also playing out separate illusions (even though we are one source)?
  10. @allislove Yeah, so even being aware that I am everything - does a "person" that "I" am interacting with have a "pov" with "thoughts"? Or can there only ever be one "ego pov" with "thoughts" at a given "time"?
  11. @Mason Riggle I mean, does anything matter? Still curious, tho... In this reality/dream that God is creating, are the "people" that my ego encounter thinking their own thoughts? Or am "I" being fooled by a very inticately presented illusion of otherness?
  12. Interesting. I was deep in my meditation when it started happening. My whole body felt floaty and I could feel the boundary that seperates my body from the space around me start to fizzle out as if my sensations had no end. I don't really know how to describe it well, but it was like every tingle in my body wasn't confined to my body, it kind of became the room around me..