Anton Rogachevski

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  1. @VictorB02 It's ok, no need to get defensive, I only shared my view. Perspective about perspectives is not what I seek. May I only add that you divide Absolute Truth and put it in a limited category of it's own, and so you miss the whole point of it being "absolute". If it's not going to be embodied in every aspect of life it's a waste of time. Another thing is a sort of perfectionism on your part, a sort of all or nothing binary definition. "If I'm not self employed I'm a slave, if I'm an entrepreneur I'm free."
  2. Does the obligation of a hunter to hunt for food enslave him? He needs to eat doesn't he? You are viewing the world through a perspective and you are failing to see that it's only a perspective and not the truth. You could say: "The hunter is a slave to his hunger and so he is forced to go and hunt." Or: "The hunter loves delicious food, and so he goes to get it."
  3. @Moreira I think of it this way: Is there work to do? Yes. Who is supposed to do it? Someone. It can't be neglected. The people who work are the heroes that build our world, without them you would live in a hole in a ground.
  4. That's not true. I don't know how you reached that conclusion. It's all a matter of perspective. Chose the one that makes you feel inspired and go on with the work of liberation. Thank you for you reply dear friend, I've missed this forum.
  5. You can't brute force Life Purpose, without inspiration it just won't work.
  6. That's negative motivation. Look for what you do want, and take the necessary steps. Unfortunately that's a self-centered view on freedom that's based on the value of "comfort", which is not a high value to pursue. Yes, he does get more, because he contributes, and he's also working much harder than you imagine. There's no free anything, there's a price to everything. It might be sad from your interpretation, but are they actually sad? How can you know for sure?
  7. Wow thank you for reminding me this. This is the forgotten truth I used to know and be free. Thank you dearly for you reply. @tsuki As all perspectives, it's partial. Some truth, mixed with opinion. It's difficult to fathom, and it gets you through a grief process, but it is how our society is currently structured. It take much time and systematic understanding to turn this around, but until then we have to survive somehow.
  8. In the last couple of months I went deeper into that concept and tried to see if it's of any use, and what I see now, is that it's a narrow and negative narrative based thinking that leads to frustration and a general lack of muse. I say that only because prior to thinking whether I was enslaved or not I was free. It's only the thought of being "enslaved" that can enslave you. If you think in terms of what you can't do, you will always see limitations, but should you really? Should you actively try and prove to yourself that you are not free? I say no, you really shouldn't! If you feel free right now, and you stumble upon such notions as "wage slavery", it's better to avoid it. That's negative motivation, and it won't help you go deeper on your journey towards life purpose. In fact I'm so uninspired right now that I temporarily paused the work on Leo's course.
  9. @Winter Sure thing. Except it goes even deeper, because you can't even say that appearance exists. In the end there's nothing at all to hold on to. Things only appear to exist, therefore the nature of reality, and the ground of being is often referred to as Void. For more:
  10. Hello dear friend, Thank you for the great question! I think the video to answer your desire is this: I would say that the definition of exist is what's in your current direct experience, that is all there is, and all that existed, all that will ever exist. The trouble is that the mind is not satisfied with it, cause it's used to it, thus it's looking outside of direct experience for some magical thing that you don't already see, but there's nothing outside of direct experience, except what you imagine there is.
  11. 1. Keep looking deeper until you reveal the game-like nature of reality. 2. Play the game, knowing it's a game, while not taking yourself too seriously. 3. Become a strong, flexible courageous player. 4. Surrender your will entirely, dissolve into nothing. 5. Realize there's no other place to be, and return to the game, free of attachment.
  12. Strong and independent. Unconditional self-compassion, deeply integrated, self-transcended, high self esteem, authentic, independent from results or thoughts of others. Values his own opinion of himself above all else – That is confidence. It protects without effort, anger, or getting over protective, transparent and bulletproof. A flexible mask that easily changes to fit any situation. True authenticity is pure infinite flexibility of endless potential.
  13. Different people perceive and memorize differently. So for one it can be the best, for another the worst. Also depends on the type of book and in what setting you listen to it. If you are in a meditation like state, fully aware, and alert, I find it extremely efficient.
  14. Patience and presence is gold. The tricky part is that there's no time, and there are no answers. Have faith that you already have all the answers you need, you just don't see them, or rather you don't know where and how to look, and you have no way to recognize what has no opposite. You can see black, because there's white, but what you look for has no properties at all, it is invisible yet it's all there is. Just stop right now, and open your eyes. See where are these "awareness", "concentration" and "relax" you speak of?