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  1. Hello, I have a couple question for those of you who know how to become and are Self-Imployed, making quite a bit of money . How did you become Self-Imployed? How much emotional labor did it require to become Self-Imployed? Is Self-Employment worth the emotional labor invested? Pros/Cons of Self-Imployment in your opinion?
  2. Welcome to the Heterosexual Club?
  3. Fear is excitement minus the breath (literally here, no symbolism). So whenever you feel fear, BREATH deeply, and feel (the fear) fully.
  4. @Leo Gura Are the insights worth it?
  5. How did you become who you are right now (as Leo)? How much does realizing what I REALLY am worth it, of how much importance Is it (in the big picture of things)?
  6. Hello @Shanmugam, your posts are really interesting to me. Could you tell me a little more about the 7th bhumika?
  7. @Visitor Beautiful poem
  8. For those of you who are practicing concentration (and are male), DO NOT EJACULATE. Ejaculating will waste precious mental energy that can be used for developing concentration instead. When you don't have much mental energy it's harder to concentrate.
  9. Do Nothing meditation is about not doing anything intentionally. You (as you presently think of yourself) is the doer, it always does. For the doer there is no question between doing and non-doing. But there is a question of doing something intentionally or uninentionally.
  10. @Leo Gura What do you mean by nothing?
  11. How can traveling and living in different places help me find my authentic (unconditioned) self?
  12. Hmm, "Something At The Bottom"... reminds me of the concept of Vasanas in Advaita Vedanta.
  13. You don't have 3D vision. You have 2D vision. The self is unborn. Everything is the self. Therefore nothing actually happened.
  14. You're assuming that the Self (in its pure form) created the world. Is the Self (in its pure form) a doer?
  15. Why do you want experiences? Do you think they will make you happy? There's nothing wrong with going after experiences but all experiences are temporary in nature and any happiness you'll apparently get from objects (including but not limited to experiences) will be temporary. As long as you're identified with the limited body/mind you'll never have lasting happiness. If you're not convinced yet then keep doing what you are doing, Samsara is the best teacher.