Ry4n

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  1. On 24/9/2022 at 7:37 AM, Leo Gura said:

    The nice thing about my teachings is that they are 100% empirical. You can easily test them out using the methods I suggested.

    It's a hell of a lot faster than testing out Buddhism.

    Ehhhh recommending 300+ trips (especially with 5meo of all psychs) is kinda wack advice for most people dude, including people on the forum imo. Psychedelics are great but no one needs that much, or maybe just you do, which is fine whatever it takes, but most people won't need that much. It's just irresponsible to advice so much.


  2. On 24/9/2022 at 5:07 PM, Space said:

    Man i've been saying this for a while now. I had the same experience. After my 5-MeO breakthroughs, weed is just insanely powerful for me. Some of my deepest trips just after a few tokes on a joint. Before 5-MeO breakthrough, my experience of weed was just like everyone else's - fairly unremarkable.

    Had the same experience after an insanely deep LSD Trip would put me straight back in that mindset 


  3. 37 minutes ago, Brivido said:

    No, I don't feel ungrounded. It's exactly the opposite. But there is a "downside", if your consciousness elevates too much: you are in a constant state of bliss and you see Beauty everywhere.

    For instance, while writing this, I am listening to a song and the Beauty of consciousness just tears me up. I can't do much work if I practice every day, I purposefully have to maintain my state of consciousness at a manageable level. I don't practice Kriya Yoga every day.

    Nice, yeah that makes sense, maybe just supplement Kriya alongside the other practices for extra power when one feels the need. 
     

    I’ve found most practices lead to overall similar states of oneness but with small subtleties that may or may not resonate with you, for example for me Vinyasa leads to that oneness and seeing divinity in everything but I’m still completely grounded and connected to my humanity. Other practices however can lift you up too much akin to LSD. 
     

    Yoga as a whole is massively underrated on this forum I agree with that; supercharges meditation. Laziness I guess 🤷‍♂️ We can only do psychs for so long right. 


  4. On 23/8/2022 at 1:40 AM, Inliytened1 said:

    There isn't more consciousness to explore.  That is Leo because he is so intelligent he thinks God is withholding more.   He's not.   When you awaken you awaken.

    I just interpret that as him referring to understanding infinity in its manifest sense which DMT for example shows you in such a ridiculously massive way, but yeah you’re right there’s no extra message there you can meditate into the singularity and understand infinity as well, there’s no better or worse just that spirituality is more broad and deep then just non duality alone I feel it’s important to mention that. 


  5. On 26/8/2022 at 4:53 AM, Tyler Robinson said:

    This part is closer to toxic Masculinity. I don't like to see men fighting with each other. Let's not treat men like animals. 

     

    Able to doesn’t mean you actually fight someone, but a little bit of self defence knowledge combined with physical fitness is good for mens confidence and actually decreases violence because they are more comfortable within themselves; I’ve been to Muay Thai for years and I’ve seen how much anger is take away from young men, how much it humbles them, how friendly they become because their aggressive ways are (instead of suppressed) channeled into a healthy outlet. This is what most men in the modern western world desperately need, not just for men, but for women as well. Whether you like it or not ladies, it’s still our duty to protect you, even if it’s only in a symbolic sense, rather than literally saving you from a mass shooter. 


  6. I would wait at least a year after getting off them, could result in unnecessary instability of the mind. Let the mind adjust to the lack of antidepressants for lots of time then re-evaluate. 
     

    That being said a low dose of mushrooms like 1.5 grams shouldn’t be as much of a worry and could really help heal your brain; they’re one of the most therapeutic psychedelics in my personal opinion. 


  7. Adyashanti's meditations might really help you with that fear; it's a slower and safer transition into oneness.

    Just think of the tremendous relief that WILL come when you come out on the other side, the ego is a massive weight and letting go of it even temporarily is such a weight off.

    Loving kindness practice for developing compassion and trust is also really useful for this problem. Learning to have a deep trust in yourself and life is a very profound part of the spiritual journey so welcome that challenge. 


  8. 17 hours ago, Dumuzzi said:

    Yoga and Zen aren't compatible with psychedelics.

    What? I've literally done yoga on mushrooms, they go together better than dick and pussy. What are you talking about lmfao.

    @TheAlchemist You'd be more likely to lose your marbels than permanently awaken through psychedelics, and even if it was a permanent one I wouldn't be surprised if the individuals had all sorts of delusions despite it, as well as a massive ego. Spiritual/psychedelic narcissism is real and is terrifying, it just isn't worth the risk to go that hard with these drugs.

     


  9. 1 hour ago, Tyler Robinson said:

    If you want to strawman then we can end this argument. I simply gave you an example of how women don't always speak to authority.

    Yes and I'm saying it's a bad example because Andrew Tate is not as powerful, nowhere near so, and the public opinion would support people coming out unlike your examples. Of course in those instances women can't speak out as much, just like children can't speak out as much, however not every rich man has the power of Epstein and so simply giving an example that is an outlier doesn't really actually say anything at all. You cannot do anything with that information/example because it is an outlier.

    Tate is not as powerful, all women have the power to speak up in this particular situation, and yet none are when they really seriously should. Case in point.


  10. 8 minutes ago, Tyler Robinson said:

    @Ry4n  I'm completely bewildered. 

    Why the heck is Barack Obama not a role model for men. He is successful, rags to riches, has a wife, 2 good kids, handled a nation for 8 years. Walked out of office with grace. 

    Why the heck is Andrew Tate so important? 

    You mean to say Andrew Tate is more accomplished than Barack Obama??

    Please quit with this. 

    It's not that you don't have healthy male role models. 

    It's just that you never want to look at them and instead find some toxic bullshitter like Andrew Tate and worship him. 

    It's the case where people love shiny cars even if that car has a bad engine,  

    Please don't say there are no role models. Please say that only toxic men attract your attention with their flashiness and you fall for it. 

    This is like a woman saying she can only find abusive men, yeah, because she only gets attracted to those men even if there are good men around, she ignores them on purpose. 

     

    Barrack Obama isn't directly speaking to the younger generation of men that's why, it's a very simple reason. No shade on him though he's a great role model, but not someone who's advocating for or speaking about Men's issues. Without that it doesn't create the same effect because if Tate isn't going to talk about Men's issues who will? Nobody, IDK if you know this but we're actively shamed for speaking up on a regular basis. Men are not allowed to complain, or at least if we are it is always met with personal attacks, statements like "yeah but Women have it worse because" or it is simply downplayed just like in your comment. We cannot just say "men have this issue" and respond with "Yeah that's bad we should do something about it" that isn't happening either at all or not nearly enough. 

    But I get that from the outside having not listened to enough of his content you'd think it's just the flashy cars, that is certainly a part of it but it is not the core reason behind why men are actually listening to him. It has much more to do with the fact that traits such as ambition and assertiveness in men are seen as toxic and should be suppressed which is the direct cause of said energy coming out in more evil ways. Truly "toxic" masculinity is directly caused by the suppression of its healthier forms. 

    A woman's abusive partner isn't her role model it's just a codependency problem.


  11. Notice that even in its most abstract sense, Gender still operates within the polarities of Male and Female energies as a spectrum, and thus it would be silly to label any difference along that spectrum as a new gender; it's just personality types and sexuality types, which are unique on their own, but are not a new gender. And much of what constitutes gender in its most abstract sense or even in a spiritual sense are still greatly influenced by biological factors that cannot be argued with. Any "third" option or multiple options are still occurring within the spectrum that is founded in duality. You actually cannot escape that fact, you cannot point to me a truly non binary person that exists anywhere in the world who isn't suspect to being stuck somewhere energetically on the spectrum of Male and Female energies and thus it doesn't exist. My argument is very logical if you take the emotion out of it. 

    A woman is an adult human female with certain biological reasons that make it so, that influence behaviour which in a wider communal sense influence culture, but never can you seperate biology, psychology and culture because they're all interconnected. 


  12. 32 minutes ago, Tyler Robinson said:

    You defend so much. The reverse can also be true. 

    I'll call it the Johnny Depp effect. 

    Now if any man acts toxic, are we all gonna say, "he is the next Johnny Depp."  I don't agree with your argument. It feels like a strawman. I hope someone innocent doesn't end up dead in people claiming that Cancel culture is bad. 

    Instead of calling something bad or good or finding it immediately threatening how about using objective facts,  truth and evidence? 

    I see a lot of people jumping on the bandwagon defending Tate simply because he got canceled without even wanting to research why. That's more absurd than Tate being banned. I said my part. 

    I'm out of this discussion. 

     

    Nah the bias doesn't work the other way in the current sphere of the west, the man will always be blamed first as an oppressor/horrible person without feeling a right to retaliate, I'm just stating how things currently are. It's fine though because the pendulum always swings too far the other way before balance is found. 

    And yes I deleted that message because it no longer proved relevant. 

    The "research" you speak of is very hard to come by and thus it's a bit strange you'd expect people to find it. 

    Mmm yeah no, nobody is going to die because people want to revolt against cancel culture that's very melodramatic, it will actually wreak more havoc again because you are only putting a bandaid on the issue by cancelling people. These men that love Tate now feel even more silenced to make any complaint about living life a man and thus this same issue will pop up again somewhere else, it's actually exacerbating the issue. There's no such thing as successful repression. The very fact that men are going to him for help is even more evidence of a complete lack of male role models that won't change if no one wants to admit that fact. If we don't solve that issue, types like Tate will just keep popping up again and again. The more you silence the issue, the stronger it gets. 

    I'm looking at the cause of the problem not what appears on the surface.