herghly

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  1. Great video. Gabor Mate is much more developed than JP
  2. You can learn Kriya without a guru. I've done this, and so have others on this forum.
  3. How are your practices going?
  4. @TripleFly I believe Martin suggests 3 - 5 rounds per session. Not to be mistaken for 3 inhales
  5. @Leo Gura I've found that to be true too. I still think Kriya is the strongest for rewiring the body. Have you found any new methods?
  6. @Leo Gura Do you feel there would be a point you'd stop tripping?
  7. It's way more nuanced than that. What do you say to a teacher who's life mission and passion is teaching children? He is locked into a 9-5, but he is happy and fulfilled. Of course, that's only one example. But I think this idea of speaking in absolutes is stupid , and lazy.
  8. I've sat two vipassana retreats and practiced vipassana daily for 1.5 years. For the last 2 years I've mostly been practicing kriya yoga and I've found it to be the strongest spiritual practice (outside of psychedelics). I feel like kriya yoga combines many elements of other forms of meditation so you develop your concentration skills AND rewire your nervous system. Of course, this is my own subjective experience and everyone is different. I have friends who tried Kriya for months and they did not gain much from kriya. This may be of help to you - what I like to do is dedicate 3 months to one meditative technique. While 3 months is not enough to gain a deep understanding, it is enough time to see how you react and if you enjoy the practice. Ultimately, you want to find a practice you enjoy the most.
  9. Stop trying to sound superior to others. Realize not everyone wants the same a you.
  10. l think the 3% statement was just a random number. I don't think it makes much sense
  11. Thanks for the replies. I've heard IFS and psychedelics go well together. At least according to MAPS. Can this form of therapy be done on oneself?
  12. I got this from the book, LSD and the mind of the universe. The author suggests within 48 hours of tripping you write a trip report. While writing the report listen to the music you listened to tripping. I've found this to be a complete game changer for remembering my trips.
  13. In leo's most recent video he mentions something which reminds me of IFS. You need to get all the different departments of your mind working together. Has anyone done IFS parts work? I'm curious to hear others experieces.
  14. Please look into Paul Chek
  15. @Leo Gura why don't you use spotify?