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  1. Why should he listen to you when his whole problem is taking people too seriously? Do you appreciate the irony? I do take life seriously, but I sure wish I didn't. Seems like MAYA to me. I am still trapped.
  2. Once I stopped taking my own thoughts so seriously, it really helped me stop taking others so seriously. Meditation was key, for me. Watching the thoughts arise and just letting them go. If I have little control over this dream machine, then neither does the rest of the world. Basically, nothing I think really matters, so why should it matter what somebody else thinks. Of course, I am not referring to hurting somebody or any type of abuse. Also, the book the Four Agreements was helpful here, specifically the 2nd agreement.
  3. I love this! I was gonna say plunge headlong into debauchery and either die or emerge free. Please understand that I am saying this somewhat as a joke, but it really was my path. Not to say that I am completely liberated, but it was the road that got me where I am (which is much more healthy and adjusted than I started).
  4. @EternalForest This was the first video I found of Leo's. It started like a two year daily dose, but I learned a lot. I wonder if this is the video that got me looking at my hand for like 15 minutes a day 😆 . Try telling that shit to your coworkers.
  5. Thank you for this I will absolutely check this out.
  6. My name is Eric and I'm an alcoholic , So here is the deal. I have been into consciousness work and spirituality for close to 4 years now. I am a daily meditator and never miss a day of taking a cold shower sometimes twice a day, and I ground regularly. I exercise daily and sort of eat healthy... Wait that is a lie I eat like shit, but I dream of eating healthy. I have been toying with the idea of psychedelics for some time now, but I have yet to pull the trigger. One reason is that I am a recovering drug addict and an alcoholic. I have been sober for about the same amount of time that I have been working with spirituality. In fact the same hopelessness and futility of existence that kept me addicted are the same problems that were solved when I began walking a spiritual path. I have tripped on acid and taken mushrooms back in the day, but not for consciousness expansion. It was more like "lets trip balls and watch The Wall". That kind of thing. So I am soon to begin researching up and planning my psychedelic journey. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. I feel like DMT might be the way to go, but I need the step by step guide. Can anyone put me on a resource? Also, by resource I do not mean drug source. I am not there yet.... but soon!
  7. I am new poster to the forums also. Although I am not new to I have been following Leo for a couple of years now. I just wanted to say hello to you and anyone else reading. A dedicated spiritual practice has changed my life tremendously. Taking in high consciousness material, and actually getting off of my ass and doing something. It seems like everyone is different. Let me just put it like this, despair and disillusionment can creep in and take me down if I do not work towards my spiritual and mental health. Leo was not the first teacher I found, he but has been one of the biggest influencers on me in the last couple of years. I mean its a trial and error thing. Find what works and do it no matter what every single day. That's my method anyway.
  8. Hello, Long time long time listener first time caller... So I have heard Ram Dass speak (who was a very high being in my opinion, possibly realized in the end) on being at some establishment in India, where he was training and receiving instruction. Anyway, he said that they were only allowed to read literature written by realized beings. This interests me because I wonder who some of these high beings were. As for me the only thing I have ever read by somebody I consider realized is Eckhart Tolle. I am not saying he is the only realized being out there, but he is an individual, I would say for sure, that is one of the highest teachers in the limelight. I would be very interested in finding more teachings from people like him. I have also learned quite a bit from Leo over the last few years, but when his content started getting more turquois, I found it difficult to follow. Probably because its no longer an intellectual thing, or maybe I'm just not there yet. Anyway, this is my first post on the forums. So hello!!