kray

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  1. It definitely is. Some proof of a completed formal education is required.
  2. https://youtu.be/sWdLGJkdS_U Looks like every culture in the world saw that psychedelics shows one the path to god.
  3. Just curious, for those who have done both psychedelics and smoke/have smoked weed, is doing a psychedelic like LSD or mushrooms similar to the experience of being really really really high? Or are they completely different?
  4. After reading about how red meat affects those with IBS and the heart, I’m officially announcing that I’m done with red meat forever. I will see what happens in a few months, how changes my health and IBS condition, and report on that then. For now I’m in need of a cleanse
  5. I feel like someone with an agenda. Many types of hates groups out there.
  6. No hate towards @Leo Gura, just wondering what people's thoughts are on this video. I kind of find his views frustratingly surface level, and a perfect example of stage orange "its just a delusion" thinking.
  7. Sadhguru tends to justify certain bullshit superstitions, and masks the idiocy of these superstitions with spiritual jargon. Also remember that he’s been pretty much bought by idiot nationalists in india, so ever since then he’s been spewing more jargon like this to give a hard on to his idiotic stage blue followers. I’m honestly starting to hate listening to sadhguru, you can see right through the man. No wonders he’s become a SADguru 😂
  8. So do you get the feeling on psychedelics where, similar to being super high, you just can’t get off the couch or you can’t even open your eyes wide, or is that just limited to weed?
  9. I think most people would deny this, but I think that most people in their life times at some point definitely flirt with the idea. At the end of the day, our existence is essentially dependent on death. From career, to social groups, to dating, to almost anything you do on a day to day basis, our daily activities have the thought of death in their depths. Why do we want a good career, so we can feel fulfilled and have money to live stably and die with that peace. Why do want to have a solid social group and stress about the lack of dating, so that we don't die alone. At the end of the day, we want to do and experience things, good things especially, because we don't want to miss out on the beauty life has to offer. So yes, I do think about death so that it drives me, burns a fire in me, to do the things that will help me achieve the best, most optimal version of myself. I think its good. But when you don't find love in anything, when you don't fall in love with the present moment, the now, being, then yes, that lack of love experienced by so many lonely fellas in this day and age can lead to a need to find an escape. In a way, it's to give up and just end the game. Now I am not discounting mental health, but my point is that we all want love, we go on the path to love, but one when finds themself experiencing a lack of Love in life, then it feels like there is nothing else to look forward to in this life.
  10. You guys need to check this show out. It’s essentially taking people out of stage orange environments and putting them in the middle of the wilderness to live a life of stage purple survival. Very interesting and eye opening, and very humbling. Really puts into perspective how hard our ancestors worked on a day to day basis, and how important determination was to them. It was quite literally a matter of life or death, and we are all the lucky great^1000000 grandchildren of those who survived.
  11. i will give an update in about a month, for me it’s about my IBS condition as red meat is typically considered high risk and can lead to higher risk of ulcers
  12. I think what you are missing is that historically, Buddha came from a family of royalty. He has been exposed to all karmic temptations (at least for those times) by the time he became the Buddha. After growing tired with that, he had decided to go on the course of detachment of all worldly things. I wouldn't use renounce, but detachment is a noble thing only if you burn through your karma. Otherwise, your temptations will take a hold of you. In other words, he wanted to detach and realize nothing because he had everything (for those times). So if you don't have everything your full potential of life has to offer, stop thinking of detaching and renouncing human life, but fall in love with it. If you are at a stage where you are still working for a means to an end i.e. being a wage slave, it is more important to have a stage orange outlook than it is to have yellow/turquoise one. Fall in love with your life how it exactly is, and work towards your full potential, to get "everything". Doing consciously will make you realize that truth is found not in everything, but in ultimate nothingness. But you need to have something to have nothing
  13. Yea but think humans during the invention of fire, they were living off the land. The average human today is no where near as fit as the average human a few hundreds of thousands of years ago. With the sedentary lifestyle most of us live these days, red meat just adds unnecessary pressure on the arteries. Unless you are a body builder, or amazingly athletic, I don't see a reason for how what you said still sticks today. But then again I'm not telling anyone to stop eating red meat, I'm just stopping red meat for my own health reasons.
  14. https://youtu.be/vd2h_BfVZPA
  15. I like a nice steak here and there, but recently I've red meat wayyy too often, like a few times a week. That's a bit much
  16. Why tho? You are quite literally the chillest dude out there, and I’m sure your verification of the existence of god doesn’t piss the extremists off.
  17. For those of you in the US and Europe, how are you guys dealing with these deadly heat?
  18. This is definitely the one thing I’ve realized about American roads that I just can’t stand!
  19. I'm interested in hearing those counter points and your perspective @Razard86. Always down for a healthy discussion
  20. I’m pretty young, early 20s, so I grew up watching SpongeBob, the regular show, and when I was a toddler, max and ruby
  21. Clearly looks like the USA is much happier than most of the world. Hell, it's as happy as most of Europe. This whole idea of the USA being the "hell hole" of the world is just false. Yes are we a bit too much ingrained in stage orange, capitalist ideals, yes. But are we also much happier than some war torn, stage red/blue countries, definitely not. At the end of the day, people from around the world want to come here, to the United States of America. From refugees, to artists, professionals, no other place has such a magnetic pull as the USA. My parents immigrated from India, along with many others, to enjoy not only the economic freedoms this nation has to offer, but also it's intellectual freedoms as well. This is the case for the vast majority of immigrants who come to this country. Does America have a problem with social issues, such as institutional racism and economic gaps, yes. But the American people have the power to vote who they want to fix these issues. These problems aren't going to stick for long, they will be improved on in the decades to come. As much as it has its flaws, it truly is a blessing to be born in the U.S. of A. Hell no other nation as such a cultural and economic influence globally as America does. Even the art scene in Europe and Asia have pulled their creative inspirations from this nation. We have our down periods, and we have our "Trump" eras, but we learn and grow from that. So..... GOD BLESS AMERICA
  22. @Leo Gura What tools and technologies did you use to develop and maintain the actualized.org website?