AleksM

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  1. @Joseph Maynor To be held back is to allow the escaping particle to be clinging to the spaceline/timeline which does not serve us anymore. To keep resisting during the downloading process of the new blueprint of existence resulting in the maintenance of the old OS.
  2. There are many worlds and dimensions to explore, the main one is the 3D we are residing in right now with our physical bodies. When one fully explores and masters this plane of existence, then one can focus on the higher planes of existence. One cannot skip class. When you go to sleep in this dimension, you wake up in another dimension. But you don't remember, because it's not relevant for the evolution of your state of consciousness. One can consciously travel to other dimensions after the body goes to sleep. #astralProjection Going beyond the 4D projections of the mind in dreamstate and passing the threshold to the next dimension....where you can meet ascended masters, angels, ETs...this is from my perspective the ultimate goal. You can do this during your lifetime, every day.
  3. @NoSelfSelf @Jamie Universe
  4. @Psyche_92 Your tittle reminded me of this video that I found today.
  5. @Joseph Maynor I see what you mean there but from my perspective that's not as effective in the long term as it is in the short term. Beliefs are interconnected in a web of beliefs. Beliefs have a frequency of vibration and attract beliefs and thoughts that are similar in vibration. If you strenghten a thought that is RELATED to the original thought of a belief; that you tried to look at as an emerging thought, then you strenghten the original belief. So, the whole process of changing beliefs requires identifying all of the related beliefs and then changing them step-by-step. Also, read this post to find out which beliefs are good to hold on to, and which beliefs you better let go as fast as possible.
  6. @Leo Gura I don't like it at all for the reasons I already mentioned here: It's a big waste of time, to read all the threads from the first post to the last one and fill myself with the uninformed opinions from newbies, I want to quickly scan the page to identify any great insights, identify the insights from highly reputable members and to see if there is a productive discussion. I had a great idea, It is a very simple and yet revolutionary if you contemplate a bit about it. Rename the UPVOTE to THANK YOU. This Will put things into perspective.
  7. @Shroomdoctor What you find concerning on the forum is only a threat to your ego. Yes, there are many low quality posts on this forum, but you have to understand that people have different backgrounds, different life experiences, different points of view, different beliefs, were influenced by different cultures, have different needs, different intentions, different levels of development. When you come across debates and comments that you don't fully understand that does not mean those debates are not useful, they are just not useful for your perspective and self-agenda needs. Use those threads as a way to embody more open mindedness by not judging the stuff, you don't understand and as a way to expand your horizon of possible perspectives. After a while you Will develop better discernment because you were open to all possible perspectives. That is the reward of being radically open minded and rejecting nothing. Then find the advice that resonates with you and ignore the rest. One message is not suited for everybody. What is valuable to someone, might not be valuable for you. Cultivate the art of knowing what to ignore. Avoid useless debates and personal opinions and find the ones that are productive and help you to rise up in your development. Understand that people on this forum are at different spiral Dynamic stages. Someone who is at the stage orange, Will see the guy at the stage green as a hippie and there is nothing wrong with that. How someone sees a situation is a direct reflection of his development. People can fall into the trap of spiritual bypassing but what's important is that, you don't fall into that trap, don't worry about others. Keep a daily spiritual practice, this is where you Will get the most spiritual growth. Theory from the forum Will help you with different aspects, it Will build your theoretical foundation, not your spiritual foundation. Use theory to fuel your practice, and your practice to fuel your theory. The thread you mentioned was a joke.
  8. @Joseph Maynor Based on my experience and from what I have heard and researched, meditating in a lying position is not recommended. There is a reason that a lot of people say meditate upright. with the spine erect. The energy system is more aligned and you can be more present. I did both for more than a year, there are benefits to both, but I wouldn't stick to only lying meditation. @bslpiontds Create a Schedule and meditate using different methods on different days/weeks. Experiment with different schedules. Stick to 1 technique per meditation session. Instead of expanding sitting meditation to 90minutes, I would expand the state of presence after finishing sitting meditation trough the day as much as possible. Additional tips:
  9. You have to know what to act on and what to ignore. You don't have to force things to happen, you have to just allow things to happen. Don't get stuck in the observer ego trap, see this post:
  10. Still accepting more accountability partners! I have a very specific process and list of habits that produce the most impact. For anybody who wants to make serious progress, this is a great opportunity.
  11. This is for those who don't know how to change notification settings. https://www.actualized.org/forum/notifications/options/
  12. @star ark In that video he told that fake growth=external change of circumstances real growth=releasing a certain need Something like that.
  13. @Mighty Mouse I think he hasn't yet made a video about that. I think of it like that, a belief is an embodied thought; for example, you have a thought that you are open minded. Having a thought is cool, but you need to embody your thoughts trough repetition so they become embodied beliefs, like actual neural connections in the brain. So to do that you need direct experience that is showing you that you are open minded and not just one, but hundreds of direct experiences. Hundreds of experiences when you were able to switch your perspectives on a certain topic even if it was painfull for example. Another example might be (I am healthy, I eat healthy and I exercise) - well what direct experiences do you have that promote that thought? Do you eat healthy? Are you going to the gym every week for 3 hours? Are you feeling good in your body? Another example might be (I am non reactive when interacting with people) - am I able to be non-reactive when a lower consciousness, neurotic person talks shit about me? How often?
  14. @Soulbass Interesting. Can you describe the experience in more detail? The more detail the better. A little bit more about: the colors you saw in the dream, was it like a flux of light, where everything was moving?