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  1. No, that's obviously not the case, as taken from his explanation of the interview here: “As an actor you play characters, and if you go deep enough into those characters, you realize your own character is pretty thin to begin with. You suddenly have this separation and go, “Who’s Jim Carrey? Oh, he doesn’t exist actually,” Carrey said. “There’s just a relative manifestation of consciousness appearing, and someone gave him a name, a religion, a nationality, and he clustered those together into something that’s supposed to be a personality, and it doesn’t actually exist. None of that stuff, if you drill down, is real.” “I believe I got famous so I could let go of fame, and it’s still happening, but not with me,” Carrey said. “I’m not a part of it anymore. Dressing happens, doing hair happens, interviewing happens, but it happens without me, without the idea of a ‘me.’ You know what I’m saying? It’s a weird little semantic jump, and it’s not that far, but it’s a universe apart from where most people are.” “I’m not the continuum. There’s no me. It’s just what’s happening. It’s not personal,” Carrey said. “Things are happening, and they’re going to happen whether I attach myself as an ego to it or not. There’s grooves that are cut pretty deep from my entire life. There’s still an energy that wants to be admired and wants to be clever, and there’s still an energy that wants to free people from concern, and now it goes further. I want to relate what this is to people so they can also glimpse the abyss! It sounds scary,
  2. Watch your own ego here. "love, compassion,kindness" can be dogma as well. At least he is being authentic and living his truth. If anything, he is planting some seeds and breaking old paradigms. I found it to be very funny and genius actually.
  3. @BuddhaPixel @str4 @Truth You all don't see the importance of language here and refer it again to "pointless semantics debate" which is just lazy and ignorant. Words can be very good pointers, and they can also be very good at misleading you, without you even consciously realizing it. Watch the video again about 10 times and pay very close attention to every single word.
  4. You did not watch the video closely enough nor understood my post. This post isn't about the debate of seeking vs non-seeking here. It is way more nuanced than that. It is a pattern that I noticed in a lot of people, including in YOU. We are not debating here weather to do or not to do practices, but the place where it comes from! And you clearly fail to make that distinction to people (if you understand it yourself of course). 1) You should do the practices without having a goal of "enlightenment" in mind. A goal is already a projection into the future, which is just a thought, which will never come, as it is always now. There are spiritual practitioners that seek enlightenment for tens of years, and they wonder why they never find it. (Eckhart addressed this in the video) 2) It is even absurd to use the word "enlightenment". The better word as suggested in the video is "liberation", which I totally agree with. All it is, is freeing yourself from suffering, nothing more. You may have tried to get satisfaction from material things, from relationships, from sex, etc, and now your ego thinks that it will get satisfaction from getting "enlightenment", which will never happen, because no one can become enlightened in the first place. 3) You keep referring to this as "work". Work implies having to do something, to get somewhere. And almost certainly something that's not pleasant. This is not about getting from point A to point B. Yes this applies to personal development, but you can't take the mentality of personal development and apply it directly here - because there is no one to develop here (your ego is illusory).
  5. I have addressed this point to LEO and to others many times here. Seeking enlightenment is a block of it's own to getting "enlightened", as you project some event in the future, which is just a thought. Enlightenment cannot be made into a goal, and your ego cannot be satisfied by becoming enlightened. This video by Tolle sums it up very well, a must watch for all mental masturbators on this forum:
  6. 1) Just because they don't satisfy you, doesn't mean they won't satisfy others. 2) Just because you haven't found a high consciousness girlfriend, doesn't mean it's impossible for others. 3) If someone is a virgin, and it is their concern, they should be going out, meeting women, and having sex until they get that part of life handled. That's exactly what you did LEO before you even got into all of this "consciousness work". So telling someone to skip all of that and go straight into consciousness doesn't seem right. The same applies if one has social anxiety. 4) You can do consciousness work and still have a girlfriend, as mentioned above, sex is associated with happiness. If you are a male in your 20s, this is the time you should be having the most sex anyways, when your sex drive is at it's highest.
  7. Couldn't have said it any better. Terrance Mckenna did the same with machine elves, and in turn, he deluded and misled a lot of people. I think taking some time off psychedelics would be good in this case for LEO. Interestingly enough, he doesn't even use 5-MEO anymore(and he never smoked it, only snorted which is a big difference as well).
  8. @Azrael @Leo Gura@Maxx Read this if you haven't yet: http://realitysandwich.com/51650/terence_dmt/
  9. And that's the difference in our views, as I think this journey is not about being able to see things and do things which other people can't, those are all egoic desires if you investigate closely. All it is, is waking up and realizing that you are god, and then living life according to how you would enjoy. So to me, non-duality is the only thing in question here. I remember specifically you making a post, saying that Martin ball is "enlightened". (which you love doing, identifying who is "enlightened" and who is not). No you don't have to wear a clown hat or run around naked, but your demeanor and attitude would not be this serious, nor would you be chasing "enlightenment" or anything else for that matter. You would also care less about everything. Imo - "Spiritual domain" in general is filled with a lot of dogma, and fantasy. The key is to eventually drop it all together, it goes full circle.
  10. This is your own ego at work here. Clearly putting people who you view as "advanced meditators", "zen masters" and "spiritual masters" on a pedestal and assuming their view of reality is more accurate than Martin Ball's, well because he is not a spiritual master right? Not long ago, you were praising and claiming that Martin Ball was enlightened. Looks like you fell into another trap. As mentioned by Maxx, you don't act like the entire reality is a hallucination. The problem with your claims, is that you have no first hand experience with it, just concepts, which you adapted from spiritual traditions, and "masters". Martin Ball on the other hand, has all the first hand experience and he is living his truth authentically.
  11. The difference is one has consistency and the other one doesn't. The next time you trip, you are likely to have a completely different vision. When you go to a zoo, you will see the same type of animals as you seen before. The problem with most people who are tripping, is they fail to recognize that it's all them, and their ego creates illusions of spirits, realms, and entities. (from a non-dual perspective). Next time you interview Martin Ball on your channel, I hope you will have a discussion with him on this, as you both have total different opinions.
  12. Except when you go to a zoo, you see everything that everyone else sees too(in most cases). When you are tripping on mushrooms, people will see different things and have different subjective experiences, that have no real ground in this reality(or maya). So no, It's not the same thing. One is the complete projection of the ego and is subjective ( tripping on mushrooms) This is the distinction that Martin Ball makes and ultimately he rejects "other" realms, entities, spirits, and elves - no different than Santa Claus. He talks about it in his books and podcast.
  13. Have you read what Martin Ball has to say about this? He claims that those "other" entities that you see while on DMT trip are a fantasy and just a projection of the ego. Which is contradictory to what you say here.