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  1. I can't do that when I'm single. Every day I have to develop myself through work, sports, and learning, otherwise I feel like I don't deserve a woman with high standards. But I aim to get a solid 8 hours of sleep every night, that's my relaxation time. While writing this down, I just realized that I sound like one of those "grind bros" on LinkedIn... But I do mini-breaks. Like, I just discovered the Almost Friday TV channel, this is fuckin' GOLD
  2. When I got a bit deeper into spirituality, I learned that my feelings don't need to be defined by the events that were happening around me. This was very liberating so I strated to detach my emotions more and more from the external world, while I regularly went deeper and deeper into myself with psychedelics and meditation. I got a bit lazy about progressing towards my external goals but I didn't mind because I was happier than before. What I didn't see back then is that I had started lose my enthusiasm towards life. Nothing, other than consciousness, was worthy of my enthusiasm. This gave me a focus on what's really important, but it also made me indifferent towards everything else. Though the main problem was that I've lost my energy. I lived day-by-day with no motivation towards anything, and still having to work, still having to do the chores. After a while even maintaining friendships felt like a chore. I just felt tired all the time. Now when I try to be really enthusiastic towards anything, it feels like it goes completely against my whole personality. And that's how I know that I've identified my shadow. But I want to heal it and I want to find a way back to enthusiasm. I already feel how much energy and motivation it can give me. So I will become enthusiastic again. But this time the enthusiasm is gonna be unconditional. Love you all ♥️
  3. This is a pretty good idea, I would like that! @Leo Gura what do you think about tagging? Replacing the whole subforum system with a tag based system would be huge work, but what about introducing tags as a feature alongside the current subforum setup? This way people could tag their topics as e.g. "experience", I would filter by this tag, and find easily what I'm interested in.
  4. The current "Spirituality..." subforum supposed to dry out if more and more people are interested in special subtopics of spirituality. The case with the Psychedelic subforum proves that people are drawn out from this general subforum to more specific ones.
  5. High quality posts are rare, but the spiritual experiences subforum would be a collection of those I assume. Don't you think it's worth separating from the rest? I think highly conscious people won't be an active member of the current "Spirituality..." subforum because there's too much bs there. The question is really: Do you want to make this forum appealing for high quality content writers or not?
  6. That's exactly the kind of stuff I'm interested in
  7. I'm not searching for answers, I would read the reports simply because I'm interested. Not everything is about seeking.
  8. Some subforums are outdated and destined to die... ?
  9. @Leo Gura Please create a spiritual experiences subforum. I'm not really interested in spiritual ideas anymore, but I'm much more interested in the experiences of others, and I think I'm not alone. That new subforum could be a meeting point for the people who have experienced the highest levels of consciousness.
  10. That's part of the attitude of absurdism: Passion. Freedom. Revolt.
  11. You're are basically saying that people who have problems need personal trainers instead of spiritual masters. Is that what you wanted to express? Yeah, I did exactly that. I lived my life, mindig my own business, expecting that people will notice how I live and how I relate so that I can lead by example. Now that I have a good life, I'm not relatable anymore because people can say "Sure, it's easy for you to love Life..." So I feel like I failed miserably in the "lead by example" process.
  12. You are referring to a deeper happiness. What I meant is the superficial happiness of the ego. Originally I had wanted to call it "worldly success" but I didn't want to be perceived like I'm flexing
  13. I want to express how happiness (while it's really pleasant) is irrelevant to having a deep unconditional love for Life itself. From my perspective, happiness comes from your personal context (good career, loving relationships). But if you want to feel love, you shouldn't focus on happiness, you should focus on loving Life unconditionally. But how can I say that to anyone when I already have a happy life? I can already hear people telling me "Sure, it's easy for you to love Life when you already have happy personal life...". How can you make people interested in spiritual values (like love) when they want to focus on personal context (like happiness)?