genandnic

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  1. Thank you very much. Namaste.
  2. Lost as I may be In the fog of my own noise and triviality Grand Holy Mother, grant me clarity I am standing on the edge of forever Forever One among infinity Witnessing the majesty Calm in this humility Witnessing the majesty Hope as far as one can see Witnessing the majesty Witnessing the majesty Witnessing the majesty Standing on the edge of forever Blessed be This reawakening Grand Holy Mother end my deathly slumber to Stand fearless on the edge of forever Forever One among infinity Witnessing the majesty Calm in this humility Witnessing the majesty Hope as far as one can see Witnessing the majesty Witnessing the majesty Witnessing the majesty Standing on the edge of forever Hope as far As one can see As one can see
  3. That is absolutely heartwarming to hear, I loved that game growing up, an integral part of my childhood. <3 I'll take highly ordered for 1000. That sounds like a legitimate form of therapy. I find staring into the static makes achieving and maintaining deep states of meditation much easier.
  4. You are a singularity phasing through the 2D surface of the universe, creating the illusion of space/time.
  5. Take me down to the river bend Take me down to the fighting end Wash the poison from off my skin Show me how to be whole again Fly me up on a silver wing Past the black where the sirens sing Warm me up in a nova's glow And drop me down to the dream below 'Cause I'm only a crack in this castle of glass Hardly anything there for you to see For you to see Bring me home in a blinding dream Through the secrets that I have seen Wash the sorrow from off my skin And show me how to be whole again 'Cause I'm only a crack in this castle of glass Hardly anything there, for you to see For you to see 'Cause I'm only a crack in this castle of glass Hardly anything else I need to be 'Cause I'm only a crack in this castle of glass Hardly anything there for you to see For you to see, for you to see
  6. Quick, do something spontaneous! Take that determinism!
  7. Yes absolutely, I see planets, galaxies, black holes, Indra's Net, atoms, DNA, waves on the surface of water, even cyclists. The universe is a quantum moiré pattern.
  8. Genuinely curious, did anyone watch that video of white noise? There is no randomness in that video. There is no end to the amount of complexity in that video. It's like gazing into Indra's web. Tu-shun, a Chinese Buddhist who lived around the turn of the 7th century, developed a profound metaphor for the structure of reality called "The Net of Indra." https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e3/Indras_Net-02.png/1920px-Indras_Net-02.png Stephen Mitchell writes “Imagine a vast net; at each crossing point there is a jewel; each jewel is perfectly clear and reflects all the other jewels in the net, the way two mirrors placed opposite each other will reflect an image ad infinitum. The jewel in this metaphor stands for an individual being, or an individual consciousness, or a cell, or an atom. Every jewel is intimately connected with all other jewels in the universe, and a change in one jewel means a change, however slight, in every other jewel.” Let’s say you were to put a dot in one jewel, there would be dots in all the jewels in all directions. That’s how we know it is one jewel. If you remember this metaphor when you think of our tiny microbe cousins and our Mother Gaia, and even our solar and galactic Logoi, as well as our human mind/body/spirit complexes, it is easier to see the present oneness of the Creator’s experience in this very “now”. If we are a tiny cell of a single, and extremely sophisticated entity, the synchronicities we all experience, like the right book showing up just at the right time or signals from nature make sense. Q’uo calls this “the hall of mirrors in which all things speak to you.”
  9. This is adorable. I love both of them so much. They've both had a profound impact on my life in the past.
  10. Has anyone ever stared at TV static at realized that it's not random, but paradoxically, highly ordered and structured? White noise isn't random, it is intricately patterned, wave at every frequency. If static is the second dimension of mind, and I am the first, then this is exactly what the third dimension would be like. And so you, as the universe, are a quantum wave fluctuation in infinite-dimensional Hilbert Space, a system with potentially infinite entropy. Seriously, check it out, preferably in a deeply meditative state. It is the flower of life at work, a dance of Infinite Love and Light, in Perfect Union.
  11. The Gospel of Thomas is an incredible resource for those who take the nondual path. Many of these sayings are spot on and provide profound insight into his teachings and the religion that spawned around his teachings, how they have become distorted, and how they can possibly be reintroduced. Back in 2017 there was a user on the Actualized forum who wrote a dissection on the various sayings of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of Thomas.
  12. Could you clip the each of the stages of enlightenment from your video on the ten stages of Enlightenment?