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  1. Not all ego's want to be the classic "best" ego. Some want to be the best at being the "worst" (criminals, addicts, etc), the most depressed, most "spiritual" or most, woe is me, "sick". Haven't you recognized ego's that get stuck in these groups? As long as the ego feels that it has a "strong identity", that's what's most important to it, even if it's miserable!
  2. I don't think that was necessary... especially coming from a guy that is repeatedly talking about hot asian chicks, bananas and taking another man out to eat or being taken out to eat, all on open forum! So, perhaps taking your own advice is in order?
  3. Hm, ok..thanks. I know Mikael's social anxiety is what I would consider severe, so not sure if that would work and he already meditates every day, as far as I know. Are you now able to have a full conversation with a stranger?
  4. How did you change this? I think this would be good for the OP to hear.
  5. Interesting....addiction comes to mind, especially drugs and alcohol. Also, being involved with "hate" groups. Edit: I'm just referring to becoming more unconscious. I have no interest in S.D. stages
  6. Well, sure sounds very much like a panic attack, except the part where resisting makes it disappear. Regardless of what you or I call it, it's causing you to be uncomfortable. So, although it goes away with resisting, it's obviously coming back. So how about you try not resisting next time? Put all your attention on it and deep breathe through it.... remind yourself your not going to die. You can't kill a thought (you can trancend it tho) and the physical body is just having a reaction, regardless of what we call it.
  7. @WelcometoReality Well, regardless, put full attention upon it and breathe through it....Until its gone. It will hopefully take less and less time each time.
  8. Ok, but once the fear is there, then what happens? Let's get into the nitty gritty of it.
  9. Maybe you could elaborate on this? Are you distracting yourself while the fear (possible panic) persists or does it immediately dissipate when you run (what does this mean) from it?
  10. Yes, usually I don't think it's for you or me to truly judge. I didn't say they were, I said, "sounds like..." I'd leave that to@WelcometoReality I was just giving my opinion and gave website he could look at the symptoms.
  11. Sounds like panic attacks to me. "A panic attack is a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause. Panic attacks can be very frightening. When panic attacks occur, you might think you're losing control, having a heart attack or even dying."
  12. Online, yes We live in different countries.
  13. @Inliytened1 Ohh, so sorry! 😎 Glad u feel better!