Lynnel

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  1. "Darkness is the bad guy that teaches us our most profound lessons." Well that's deep.
  2. I actually could be interested if it's not too time consuming. I'm always triggered when I see improperly named topics or inconsistent information formating I used to post a lot of non sense back in the days but got very careful about my contributions as I've matured lately.
  3. It's just a fantasm. Ffs, you guys lack any basic understanding of psychology. It cannot be delusionnal as it is imaginary to begin with. You would be delusional to consider this to be real in the common sense of the world. It's like a mushroom showing you a dream you must interpret - it has everything to do with your psychologic and nothing to do with hers.
  4. 1) Start with low doses. That's a no brainer. 2) Unless you're doing something very wrong, like suddently taking 10g of shrooms on your first trip, the "complicatedness" in the experience is always due to your own psyche, aka the substance pulls out all the dark shit in your subconscious. This is also highly dependent on your current setting. Set is slightly different because yes you wanna feel good but feeling good with several pandora's boxes in your backyard is not gonna do much overall Chip at it slowly and learn bit by bit. Someone mentionned on shroomery that the idea of using something to run away was actually in itself something that one had to learn to face within himself. That might be a great lesson to just sit down and take it because it's you realizning what's happening inside yourself.
  5. This is getting a bit muddy. Image your spirituality inborn skill level (think of dragon ball xD) is 30. When you're stuck it's 30 and when you're not stuck you can achieve something like 400. Maybe thirthy would be gifted compared to someone who started with then and whose experience of being stuck would be longer or more painful/grindy. You have no way to know how good your baseline is. That's the point here. Nonetheless I tend to think that discussions about talent are usually not helpful as it's often used overall as an excuse in one way or another. You could've been bad at math simply because you misunderstood some basic math down the line and since math is extremely linear and builds up like a pyramid, it's easy to see how you would have failed Thinking that you're failing because you're special or different is exactly what we need to avoid in our thinking.
  6. You wouldn't know what spiritually gifted is unless you had a ground for comparison. Maybe you're actually quite gifted to begin with and someone else wouldn't have had your spiritual experiences if he were under the exact same conditions. For instance I've always assumed that anyone is able to change as much as a do or take personnal development as seriously as I do, and actually get what they want - but the more I talk to people the more I feel gifted because they seem to be stuck for no particular reason. It just doesn't click. I've had a personality type extremely oriented towards accomplishement and also a strong belief in anything being possible which already was the case even when I had zero personnal development work.
  7. You clearly have never dealt with SQL on such a large scale. Oh how naive of you.
  8. But what would happen if he used psychedelics ? Or do you think that psychedelics also only help you with achieving your potential and do not expand it beyond what would be possible "naturaly" without them ? Meaning then that people having amazing psychedelic experiences are quite gifted to begin with, giving a whole new meaning to the famous quote of "psychedelics don't work on stupid people".
  9. A) Find a tripsitter for higher doses just to feel safer. Just having him/her in the environment is gonna give off positive vibes. Shrooms are very impact by the set/setting for me and a tripsitter can make me feel very safe. If you've done 5g of mushrooms for instance you'll feel quite at ease doing 2g alone. B) Realize most of the time it's temporary - aka will wear off once the trip is over. If it's not it can be avoided with careful preparation, such as meditation, yoga, and shadow work. The more you work on yourself the cleaner your trips will be. Also chip at it with lower doses so you grow in a sustained maner
  10. So the benefits of a specific retreat set & setting such as healing adventure with a great environment, nature, plenty time to integrate/reflect do not outweight the potential dangers in your opinion ?
  11. Ease yourself into it then. Do some dating, have some sex, get some more experience. Have some meditation but don't focus on spirituality that much. Live out your life purpose first. Read and learn about relationships a bit, and practice going out a lot. Move to a bigger city if needed. Action will solve all of your issues.
  12. @Shaun Good heavens. (Almost ) No one does. Not women nor men - none of these are usually interested in spirituality and mindfulness/meditation. Altough it's getting more and more popular no one does serious spirituality nowadays, only the mentaly masturbator version - aka thinking and absorbing ideas about endlessly thinking they understand the thing in actuality while they don't because they don't have the reference experience. So drop that expectation entirely. The higher your level of consciousness is the easier it will be to have a nice relationship but they require a completely different set of skills so it's overall not that relevant. Also most likely you due to survival issues you don't value "interest in spirituality" more highly than "relative hotness". Most likely it's just a bypassing strategy aimed at getting girls by sharing commonalities. Unfortunately it won't work as commonalities aren't relevant to attraction. Don't worry about them so much - find someone you like and actually feel good with. That's a nice start. And if you wanna up your spiritual skills well it's solo work mostly so get to it and don't project it onto others.
  13. Oh my greatest healing experience happened on psychedelics but they also bring up too much stuff I'm trying to solve in a different way. Psychedelics are number 1 without any question - it's like dynamite
  14. I'll try qigong and taichi and I'm sceptical of reiki because I need some sort of solid feedback, such as heat sensations or energy color to actually understand what I'm doing and obviously I don't have those. Wim Hoff is just a version of shamanic breathing which I've tried many times but it doesn't come even close to psychedelics for me. Also I can't quite understand what It does. Thank I'll check the book out. I prefer something where there is a clear feedback system or clear tangible steps. That's why I'm usually quite lost with system where I don't fully understand what I'm actually doing.
  15. I've recently read the healing codes by Alex Lloyd and it triggered several red flags despite me trying to be open-minded about the whole thing. Basically, biblical references, half of the book being reviews about how amazing the method is, the fact that nothing else worked to solve his wife problems, the endless pitching, and the method itself being only some hand poses over several points in the body which supposedly heal anything. I very much liked the last point that you could do one specific healing method which would heal anything and everything - without having to zone in specifically on the issue. Also, the fact that it seemed more energy based than everything I tried before (such as yoga etc.). Psychedelics are out as I'm trying to learn more slow and tedius ( thus more consistent) healing work. Any tips appreciated.