AstralProjection

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  1. Of course it works. Well at least the version I gave above. But I still don't know if the popularized version works. Meaning if I just desire something as if I already have it then I will get it either in this life or the next. I think there is more to it than that.
  2. Are you asking if the popularized version works?
  3. Yeah well at least the version I gave above has to work. It just makes sense the way I framed the law of attraction here. Even an atheist could get on board the way I framed it.
  4. Some would say there is no such thing as a greater or lesser master. Or even that there is no difference fundamentally between an enlightened master or a student. But I have also heard from a pretty reputable source that God needs us more than we need God, at least in practice. I learned that from Howard Storm.
  5. Sometimes it's good to think in extremes, so let me ask you Leo do you think the ego of Mr Rodgers from Mr Rodgers neighborhood is fundamentally the same as Hitler's?
  6. Well until I am enlightened I have to function in the real world.
  7. Seeking enlightenment and dealing with real world issues with discernment are not mutually exclusive.
  8. @Leo Gura This right here. You literally took the words out of my mouth. And this is the paradox. Both what Leo is saying and what you and I are saying here have some merit. They are both valid points. On the one hand "fuck all the games of life just go straight to the holy grail enlightenment" for lack of a better term. But there are still issues to be dealt with in the real world. No amount of enlightenment will give you the discernment you need that experience in the real world and science gives you. And this is perfectly clear in Leos video titled "What Is The Devil? - The Mechanics Of Evil." I learned the value in seeking truth outside of enlightenment/religion with that video.
  9. As a man myself I use to call myself a feminist. Because I believed that women deserve equality. Fast forward some years, I learned that the core players behind feminism are running out of things to fight for so they exaggerate women's problems. Such as the pay gap between men and women. Any reputable economist doesn't take it seriously, because it doesn't factor in things like hours worked, profession chosen, etc. As it turns out if you took all those factors into consideration then the gap almost disappears between men and women. Anyway I could go on and on about how feminism isn't any better and probably worse than the men's rights movement. And we can get into that if you want. But I strongly suggest that you all watch the documentary movie The Red Pill. It was created by a former feminist. When she as a movie producer went to go dig up some dirt on the men's rights movement she was shocked to find out that it wasn't anything like what the mainstream media has portrayed it to be. I can't give you a link to the actual movie. But I can show you an interview with her, as shown bellow. You can buy her movie or download it on the pirate bay. Cassie Jaye on Feminism and Men's Rights Activists (Part 1 of 2) Cassie Jaye on The Red Pill and the Men's Rights Movement (Part 2) The Red Pill (2017) - Movie Trailer In closing first wave and second wave feminism was legit, but this third wave feminism is nothing but group think run a muck. That being said the men's rights movement have legitimate points. I would love Leo to tell a man that lost his children in a divorce, and custody see his kids, while he pays the ex-wife that the men's rights movement is nothing but ego. News flash, most women come out on top in divorce courts. And that is just one issue men are dealing with.
  10. The Adam and Eve story is all metaphorical.
  11. As a universalist my bone to pick is with Muhammad first and foremost. The Koran isn't actually in chronological order, but if you actually read it in chronological order you would see that Muhammad first started out with good intentions but that as he gained power he became corrupt. At the end of his life he was a pedophile, murderer that hated the Jews. This video explains pretty good in part why I don't trust Muhammad. Some people have done very well taking his teachings and making something good out of it, that is great and all, but it's a no thank you for me. Who Killed Muhammad? Leo twisted the the meanings of a lot of words in his video today. And yet as a universalist I understand his logic. But it's just too much of a stretch for me. It does a real disservice to people like Maajid Nawaz, and Ayaan Hirsi Ali who were once Muslims themselves and they are pushing for reform. Even moderate Islamic countries have real genuine problems. As bad as we have it in the west I wouldn't trade that for some Islamic country.
  12. Then I would ask what is your goal? I know Leo would say something like what good is astral projection if you don't get real growth out of it. So to that I would say keep practicing and go inward, go to the inner, higher dimensions, higher levels of consciousness. Some people go to the sun and use it as a portal to higher dimensions. Some people find portals. The portals just help facilitate your own journey inward to other dimensions and places. You can even command yourself to go inward and it should help a lot. Say to yourself "higher self now" or similar while going inward. Famous astral projector William Buhlman talks about doing this.
  13. What you call authenticity I call discernment. I gained it by working through my beliefs, following the truth that there was much more out there than what I was lead to believe. It takes time, and I even refined my discernment by talking to others and helping them along the path.
  14. I mean universal knowledge. And the Buddha agrees when he says that the root of suffering is caused by wrong desire, attachment, and lack of knowledge or ignorance. All paraphrased of course. Take for instance advanced civilizations they would have much less suffering. Why though? Because they have evolved their knowledge base.