Cobra

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  1. That is a very interesting point of view, and you are right. It will be fascinating to speak with him about this.
  2. @itachi uchiha Excuse me if I have misunderstood your sentence, but if you are asking if Teal Swan's videos on emotions are good, then the answer is a profound yes! She opened me up to the whole spirituality, self-awareness thing and has helped me grow a lot. I wish she made more in-depth stuff like Leo but her content is very helpful non the less.
  3. Ah man, I don't know if I want to meet them, I'm afraid of freezing up and having nothing to say Alan Watts will be one, I'm not gay, but boy am I very gay for him, I mean I'm gay for his philosophy on life of course . Roy Andersson, the Swedish film director, it'll be nice to talk about films and art with him. And I'm also curious to see what Teal Swan is like in person. EDIT: I'm sorry for cheating, but I just thought of Norm MacDonald and how funny it'll be to have a conversation with him. And Brian Limond (Limmy) too! Yes, that will be very interesting. +1
  4. I like oranges but I prefer tangerines. As for the people - they're fine.
  5. Sound like you're describing a horror show. Run home for your life, before they eat you. Because it's going to be very painful if they try to eat you without a full set of teeth. It's going to prolong the feeding and will be extremely painful for you. RUN!
  6. Dude. What are you posting this stuff here for? What are we supposed to reply?
  7. Haha! This is hilarious. In a so bad it's good kinda way. But I also have to admit, he is looking kinda badass with that outfit.
  8. I feel you, my guy. I actually stopped smoking for one year in my final year of university. I had the realization that smoking was bringing down my energy. I have a lot of aggressive energy and I was calming myself by smoking or vaping. I didn't like that, I wanted to release my energy and use it towards something creative. But at the time I was feeling carefree, just quit my job and didn't give a f*** about anything, it was easy. Then I started smoking again when I started working again. I hate working, it brings out the worst feelings/emotions/moods in me, I become very irritable and depressive, so I started vaping again to calm myself during work, otherwise, I feel like I'm gonna lash out or quit my job in a fury. I'm still trying to find a way to quit and I'm not giving up on that idea. I'm trying to make it easy for myself by creating a good life for myself, build a purposeful career so I feel comfortable quitting. Maybe it's a cop-out but that's where I'm at right now. The other issue I found, which is also very important, is that smoking has become part of my identity. And I feel like if I quit, I will no longer be myself. But that is easier to overcome I have found because I am also excited by change as much as I am afraid of it. Edit: One more thing came to mind. I remember when I first quit, I was also practising gratitude and awareness. The more I became aware of my body and the more grateful I felt for being gifted this body and this life, the more I realised how disrespectful smoking is. I felt bad about hurting my body that's working so hard to keep me alive and I am putting this great burden on it, for no justifiable reason. It's hard to repeat this and quit again when I'm feeling so depressed at this point in my life. It's hard to quit when you don't have a purpose, but I will make it and I hope you make it too, buddy. As long as we don't give up and keep trying.
  9. Such a great and interesting resource. Thank you for sharing! I will bookmark it.
  10. I don't know and I don't care. All I know, and all I care about, is that Actualized.org is by far the best resource I have found for such knowledge. I have learned a lot, even if I don't agree with absolutely everything, and even if I don't like Leo as a person that much. I respect him and his work. If someone feels like they're in a cult, I think that they have created this illusion. I don't feel either trapped or pressured into doing anything. It's the way you engage with this content and community. If you have a mind of your own and boundaries, then there's no danger.
  11. Well, there is no "best feeling". It's subjective, so I can tell you what mine is like others have shared for themselves. It's a nice collection of "best feelings" so far. For me, the best feeling is when I am outside on a warm sunny day (or a cold day works too, as long as it's not too freezing), and strolling through the city. I stop and sit on a bench, feel the sun on my face, the slow wind, the urban noise of cars and people, observe life happening before and around me. It's a feeling of peace, wonder and appreciation. I forget about all my worries and to-dos. I just am. I love it, I do it every day. P.S. You haven't shared what yours is @Someone here. What is your best feeling?