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  1. The last few weeks/months I have these extreme urges to re-experience moments from my childhood: going to certian places, listen to music from my childhood, wanting to take up the hobbies I used to do and so forth ... It's like I'm being bombarded with these intense urges to go back to my past. Could it be a kind of ego backlash? A way to reassure my identity? And most important: Should I give in to these urges or resist the temptation to experience these feelings? Thanks!
  2. David Icke is an interesting example! yes, he is an ideolog, but he's coming from a place of care and love for humanity. I followed him for years and still admire his work and courage without clinging to his ideas or beliefs. Many people put him in the same group as Alex Jones and other conspiracy theorists, but he is the only one who talks about non-duality, consciousness, enlightenment, even psychedelics... and is a geniune, friendly man. But he's still an ideolog curious about what others on the forum think about David Icke.
  3. I have some questions as well regarding the yoga practice: 1. I have a naturally very short frenulum and during the talabya kriya I can't feel any stretch in the frenulum. Should you be able to feel the stretch when doing it correctly? 2. Om japa: Do you focus on all chakra's (1;2;3;4;5;6) during one Om and 6;5;4;3;2;1 during the second Om. Or you chant Om on each separate chakra? Or just a separate Om for the Muladhara before proceeding to the next chakra's in one Om? Thanks!
  4. When you read the whole theory behind it, it's not THAT crazy. offcourse when you describe it in one sentence, there is no way that the theory can be defended. Imagine describing enlightenment to a person who has never heard about it ... it may sound ever weirder that the reptilian story
  5. Yes exactly, and it are these insights and wisdom that convince me to believe him. But on the other hand ... there are so many "enlightened people" that would call him delusional. (I think of Martin Ball for example) And why would he be the only one "connecting the dots" like he does. Would like to have Leo's opinion on David Icke. There are so many similarities between both their work, yet so many things Leo hasn't spoke about and doubt he would support.
  6. For example what he says about the moon and saturn. That they aren't natural phenomena but are constructed to distort human perception and awareness. Many old religions and stories talk about this, but also mainstream scientists seem to confirm that there are inexplainable facts regarding the moon or saturn.
  7. I was wondering who is familiar with the work of David Icke? His theories sound totally obnoxious, but when you delve deeper into them he has some very strong points and he really did a ton of research to back it up. What do you guys think?