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  1. Hey you! you described a lot of things I can relate, not sure if you checked with doctor but those could be symptoms of PCOS, I have it too, hormones impact our mood a lot, how are you feeling in your body? Hormonal imbalance plus cortisol (stress hormone) can develop depression and anxiety. Also psychedelics mess up a lot with our energy, in a good way of course, but mostly to our mind, it’s hard for the body to keep it up (or catch up with the progress of our spirit) maybe if we slowed down and gave a break to all those techniques and gave some space for the body to integrate we would be more calm and balanced, that’s what I’m trying to do Very challenging wish you luck in your journey, and hit me up if you need to talk 💕
  2. Yellow poetry from Khalil Gibran “Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. Fill each other's cup but drink not from one cup. Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loaf. Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone, Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music. Give your hearts, but not into each other's keeping. For only the hand of Life can contain your hearts. And stand together, yet not too near together: For the pillars of the temple stand apart, And the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow.” Khalil Gibran, The Prophet
  3. Hahaha haters are gonna say it’s all an illusion 😜
  4. @Charlotte loved this! @Kaity I can relate to it! I was the third girl so my dad raised me just like a boy, and the fact that society praises masculine energy, which is rational, focused in productivity, analytical, non emotional and many more masculine qualities.. I found myself a woman trapped in a man’s body, even my exercise routine was lifting weights, doing high intensity stuff etc. I would recommend the book Women who run with wolves, engaging in activities like dancing, singing, making art, being creative, painting, drawing and mostly important spending time in nature, it gives me a lot of balance. Wish you luck in your journey 💕💕
  5. @Sven uhhh I love CBL once I was listening to it on LSD and I had a vision of my future self, it was like a futuristic me if I did all the work and lived my full potential, fascinating! Their music brings us to a whole new atmosphere.. Burial and Carbon Based Lifeform puts me in an altered state of consciousness even without psychedelics
  6. Ifound Jonathan Haidt to be very yellow, he points out two POV and stays neutral, talking about the importance of both in society, in the end he talks about moral humility, which is respecting everyone’s opinion and not having the black/ white, right/ wrong, good/bad way of thinking what do you guys think?
  7. @Leo Gura Are you planning on releasing a video talking about the workshop? That's a great idea to meet another actualizers, I just love the people here @JustinS is around too, he might not be online often but we've met through the forum and I'm sure he will be going to the event too, I used to live in SF so I have a lot of friends there (actualizers and non actualizers), some are not in the forum so I will let them know, just let me know the date. Also I live in LA, my schedule is pretty flexible so if you need someone to help it will be a pleasure.
  8. @abrakamowse I got you that we are all one, but I feel like driving in Los Angeles traffic is totally different than spending time in the woods don't know maybe like Leo said I'm just closing my eyes for the beauty of everything, and that I should also see the beauty in LA traffic @Strikr Interesting, never thought about it that way, could you explain it in depth? @Dizzy such a beautiful picture, yes that's exactly what I'm talking about. @Nahm Love your posts @Leo Gura my question is just green way of thinking or is there something behind nature?
  9. @Recursoinominado Yes, I am from Brazil too, I don't think someone was able to have a moment of peace at Carandiru, had totally forgot about the massacre that happened.
  10. I did mushrooms those days in nature and it was just mind blowing the wisdom from the the forest, I've always tripped at home so I could clearly see the big difference, not sure if it's a mushroom thing or if would be different if was LSD. But also in general I can feel the difference of spending time in nature, I feel like it balances my energy and it heals me, and from my mushroom trip I felt like I could handle the energy much more, I did 4g and I'm quite sure if I was in my room I would lose my shit.. My family comes from indigenous tribes in Brazil and I've always been very sensitive to nature and the way indigenous people live, I think the more we are connected to it, the better we live, we become more conscious of our actions and how we impact our surroundings. The word nature by definition means basically everything with exception of men and his creations, while IMO we are nature and "maybe" all this chaos comes from this idea of separation, I feel like there is a higher intelligence behind it and given what we have been doing and the way we are living, I would dare to say we are less intelligent than plants. na·ture /ˈnāCHər/ 1. the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations. Here are some videos I've watched lately just out of curiosity, I watch not only Leo but several teachers, and I love Leo so much that I would like to know his opinion on that, does Leo care about nature?
  11. the guy was in solitary confinement for 10 years and 18 total in prison and managed to learn magic and do meditation, apparently he reached some deep states of meditation and awareness. Very interesting West Memphis Three member Damien Echols has lived a life none of us can imagine. In the mid 90’s, Damien and two others were wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to death. He lived on death row for 18 years, 10 of which he was in solitary confinement. The HBO documentary Paradise Lost covered his story and brought the case to the attention of the public. Eventually, forensic evidence proved Damien’s innocence and he was released from prison. After his release, he wrote the NYT bestselling book Life After Death. But how did Damien get through 10 years in solitary confinement? By studying and practicing magick and meditation. On this podcast, we go deep into what Damien experienced during his time in prison, how he was able to take ownership of his life and his new book High Magick: A Guide to the Spiritual Practices That Saved My Life on Death Row.
  12. Yayy!!!! I'm in LA and will probably go to the talk in SF too if you decide not to do the workshop, but I loved the idea!! And I have two friends who will also attend for sure
  13. @WhatIsThis Yeah I saw it! I bought it, let's see how it goes, I also bought the ones ones which are not contained in Qualia Mind separately
  14. @Sahil Pandit Yeah, that's what I was talking about, he was also interviewed by Tim Ferris. "we all suffer from some form of dementia " Paul Stamets haha