Mohammad

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  1. @Razard86 I wish you a life full of love brother <3 Great insights.
  2. I've been following Leo for six years, and I think he has taught me well not to follow someone blindly, so if people get lost following him, it's their own responsibility, not Leo's. Leo teaches complex stuff. We should not think about these things in a linear way (Follow this guy, don't follow this guy, this is right, that is wrong...) Leo, we love you brother.
  3. @Vision For me, learning and practicing some breathing techniques, especially those that are more related to the parasympathetic nervous system, help me to feel better in my body. I can think of it as feeling lighter. Experiment for yourself, I hope it works for you.
  4. I think you should try to understand eternity only if you want to have fun by giving yourself mind-fucks! I don't think that it's possible to understand eternity by thinking, our thinking mind is so limited. But there are ways that your mind can become aware of eternity. Sometimes it just happens! For me, in one of my mushroom trips (5gr), some wolf/God figure which suddenly appeared in my mind made me realize that the only way that the "present moment" and "time" (my concept of time) can exist, is because that the universe is infinite. If there was no infinity, now would have not been now. (I hope that makes sense, it's hard for me to explain)
  5. @PepperBlossoms I agree. I think as long as you keep an open mind, its ok to pick sides. You just have to have a constant "checking mechanism" in your mind to be able to change your mind when your direct experience and reason tell you to do so. Picking sides has always been vey hard for me. It's both a blessing and curse at the same time.
  6. Good opinions. Also this might help and give you some good insights:
  7. @SQAAD I think you're right. I think someday Leo will see his many errors. He should listen to all the things he has said in past five years. He has a lot to learn from himself. From watching Leo and how his ego is unfolding, I am becoming aware of the reason behind the behavior of mystics and sages throughout human history. I do not consider Leo wise anymore. His "American Leo" ego has taken control of his spiritual path. He will pass this. One day he will laugh and cry for what he has become these days. "If you name me, you negate me."
  8. I believe many forms of art have the potential to alter human mind, especially music. I think these days its a little bit hard to find high quality music, because most of the music industry revolves around profit and most singers sing about low-consciousness stuff. I think one should either listen to non lyrical music, or listen to music of artists that are more developed (which you can tell by the lyrics that they sing). But the most important thing: Enjoy the beauty of music, and let the beauty develop your mind.
  9. If you want to introduce him to spirituality, I don't think that introducing psychedelics would be the best idea. I mean I have lots and lots of friends who do use psychedelics alot, but none of them are necessarily into spirituality or even interested very much in spirituality. Psychedelics act as supplements in spiritual learning and development. So i suggest first introduce him to something like meditation. Explain its scientific benefits for him, try to help him to meditate for a while, try to use his intellectual curiosity. If you saw good feedbacks, then you can introduce him to psychedelics. Because I think if he is not interested in spiritual development, using psychedelics at best would be a fun experience for him. But of course I might be wrong. Either way, it seems that you are a good friend
  10. The "Complete Man" exists only in our imagination. Everybody has flaws. Just learn, from everybody and everything, and continue your own journey. Although Wilber might be more advanced than Manson, but in some areas Manson might teach us something more valuable than Wilber. Don't lose interest in him! Just try to learn both from Manson and Wilber, and also Leo, and bugs bunny!
  11. I think I understand your points very clearly, because my own journey has been somehow the same. I found this path about 5 years ago, started meditating, contemplating, studying, using psychedelics, introspecting, etc. But since then it has been a big rollercoaster. Just going on and off, and the thing that has affected my spiritual life the most has been my daily life (family, work, literally everything apart from you!) To be honest, it is still challenging for me, I haven't figured out how to balance my daily life with my spiritual life; but I'd like to think of it as my own journey, and the difficulties that Every person should surpass. If you haven't watched Leo's "Hero's journey" episode, watch it, you might get good insights But I also think that I should figure out how to balance my daily life with my spiritual life, not to choose one of them over the other one. So you don't necessarily have to let go of your life in normal society. Of course some stuff in daily life may affect your spiritual life in a negative way more, somethings less, you have to figure them out by yourself (it could be some people, some jobs, relationships, etc). If you can figure out how to balance these two, you are on your own way towards the truth. Wish you all the best dear.
  12. I believe when people say this, they mean that the wealth distribution is not equal, rich people are getting more rich than poor people. But from a historical point of view, you are absolutely right.
  13. I saw her on Russel Brand's podcast for the first time, listened to some of her talks, and I really believe that she's on to something. Of course you can't judge everything that Gates does based on these facts, but still, very eye opening.