brovakhiin

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  1. No surprise that the Shrooms eventually showed him how caught up he was in his own nonsense, projections and interpretations. Seems real truth gave him a nasty shock and some very cold feet.
  2. pretty good picks @WildeChilde Most Underrated Peter Ralston Most Overrated Eckhart Tolle Best Sense of Humor Matt Khan Best All-Around Adyashanti Most Controversial Jesus Christ ( i mean come on literally an entire populace wanted him dead) Most Inspiring Peter Ralston Biggest Rebel/Badass Jesus Christ (could have convinced Pilate to spare him but just didnt give enough fucks) Richest Pimp: Osho Winner in a streetfight: Peter Ralston
  3. I would have thought the connection between happiness and not taking oneself too seriously is quite self-evident, especially for anyone who's been in this domain for some time.
  4. @Joseph Maynor Of course, go ahead. I'll just point out in return that this has nothing to do with morals, nor being right, it's just an honest suggestion for one's own happiness and congruence with truth, based on my own experience, take it or leave it. If you're looking for conceptual debate we can't play, because that would be missing the mark. Sorry.
  5. "The English Biblical terms translated as "sin" or "syn" from the Biblical Greek and Jewish terms sometimes originate from words in the latter languages denoting the act or state of missing the mark; the original sense of New Testament Greek ἁμαρτία hamartia "sin", being in error, missing the mark." in other words, an innocent mistake. "Laugh at yourself. But learn to laugh. Seriousness is a sin, and it is a disease. Laughter has tremendous beauty, a lightness. It will bring lightness to you, and it will give you wings to fly. " - Osho As simple as that.
  6. California has tons of workshops, spiritual teachers and all sorts of cool things. I know Shinzen and Adyashanti for example are based there. I would move there if US visa regulations weren't so tight. But I'm headed to Amsterdam later this year which should also be pretty good. But seriously, any big city will have a lot of opportunities and workshops going on if you know where to look. https://www.meetup.com/, https://meetingtruth.com/Teachers.aspx , knock yourself out. I'm also working towards becoming a digital nomad and then living in south east asian cities. The possibilities are endless.
  7. This post is almost a year old peeps
  8. Anyway this lad is @vanish, right?? Back from the dead?
  9. Rationalist memer debater gets strong shaktipat
  10. Now place that amount of devotion into Truth/Consciousness itself and you got a powerful thing going
  11. I'm doing a cost-benefit comparison to my other techniques and blind faith won't cut it. Otherwise, I have no reason to believe doing the kriya exercises will bring me more benefits that resting in the after-poise/awareness of awareness right off the bat. If the exercises really do rewire the brain and burn samskaras that would be the reason to do them anyway even if the mind is already silent.
  12. They're not that wrong. You definitely want to have that neurotic need-drive if you're out to crush it in corporate. Although I doubt your standard 20 minutes mindfulness session makes a big impact on that. Awakening and major loss of ego and neuroticism will, though.