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  1. @IamMystic there's a DMT Mega-thread, look it up.
  2. What's even crazier, Shinzen had a serious car accident under influence of LSD in his youth. He has suffered at least some brain damage while being high on psychedelics and I think it might be related to how talented of a meditator he is. He would deny that, though, but for me it's suspicious. Shinzen also had had some weird episodes on his path towards Enlightenment, like hallucinating giant insects everywhere for months as an after-effect from his intense meditation practice, which had eventually passed.
  3. @Blackhawk No. I am done.
  4. I don't agree with that. For example, there are scammers in the world, but if I choose not to scam people, it's not like other scammers get more productive and fill the niche, no, there's just one less scammer, doing something productive instead. If I choose not to dump toxic waste into a river it's not like someone will say "oh hey, what a clean river, ideal for me to dump some shit into it", we will have a cleaner river instead. And so with is McDonald's, if it didn't exist it's not so obvious that its competitors would have been as effective at marketing and selling junk food. You assume you have a free will and haven't been coaxed into liking junk food. And why would you want to get rid of them? I have no desire to abolish McDonald's nor think that would be a good idea. What I am all in for is helping it evolve, along with other mega corporations and other agents of society we currently live in.
  5. @Blackhawk Also, when talking about something being good and bad in the Society, Environment, Governement, Politics subforum, the obvious implication is that we are reffering to it being such on that level. It being good or bad for you personally is irrelevant in that context, unless your argument is "it's good for me, so it must be good for society", but that it's a rather selfish postion, hard to support on a forum about raising one's awareness. My point is, don't make it personal. You are being foolish by making this discussion about yourself and supporting not carrying about one's health. I am of opinion that McDonald's is overall a corrupting force in the world, rather than a constructive one. They are not innovating anymore, only being forced into decisions by market preferences, for example as with implementing plan-based meat alternatives, they only start to implement them when they can make more profit off them than from normal burgers. They don't care about any values other than profit and professional corporate values, like giving equal employment oppurtinity to disabled, women and rewarding productive workers.
  6. @Blackhawk Who the hell says that McDonald's causes mental health problems? First time I hear it. Not only I won't say that, I would never say any of the stuff you guessed. I can say is only that If you base your diet on fast food and other junk then you probably already have a bloodwork of a fat person, regardless of how much external fat you are carrying. I am not here to preach to anyone, you are free to act foolish, just as I am.
  7. Yes, but also no. Jeez, if I had to praise them for something it would be that McDonald's is a safe bet to eat something when I am bicycle touring in some foreign country and want to get some junk calories fast. They also have long working hours and many locations so it's convenient to meet with someone there. It's not good either.
  8. Please don't shitpost.
  9. What a progress, welcome back and good luck.
  10. @Insane butterfly You need higher doses. Leo's dosing in the first post of this thread is way too conservative. You can safely go for snorting 60 mg of DPT.
  11. @Mips The one you have watched already. The realizing God one. That's one of the best. Self-inquiry Part 2, too. Can't really judge objectively, since I have watched 100% of the content, but will think and tell you my recommendations
  12. No, it's still cosplay. Full of human bullshit. The most accurate spiritual school is 5-MeO-DMT.
  13. @trenton The Life Purpose Course will make you forget the idea to work at Kroger or anywhere else just for money, other than as a stepping stone. It won't be an easy path, though. Yet, the course is structured so to make it as simple as possible to start taking action in the positive direction.
  14. @Hardkill Green is spreading rapidly. Hard to judge current numbers, no-one I know is collecting statistics to determine how fast it happens. I use veganism and left-leaning politcal parties support as data points to estimate that. My guess is that in my country, Poland, the Green population grows by 50% to 100% every year. Hard to tell, very hard. The old Spiral Dynamics infographics people sometimes find on the internet are for sure very wrong today. But still there is more stage Blue and Orange people around than Green. Orange and Blue can still vote for Green politicians because they might be more competent, academically distinct, more charismatic, etc. The stuff that someone really interested in politics wouldn't be looking at. These are the real factors that decide the elections, haha.
  15. Hahahaha, this creative block, all too well-known. TRUE @Yarco , but also @Mind of a beast don't forget to still write something, anything while you build your knowledge base. Choose a topic you are interested in, start that mini-project to write a short essay, maybe try to publish it somewhere and don't be afraid to find it getting ripped apart by more advanced colleagues. You are only starting. But do it, learn, learn and then write something, sometime, too
  16. This shit still makes me cry, it will be millions of humans, billions of beings. I want to help them and ease their suffering as best as I can, harsh reality of the past is no excuse for not taking their fate into consideration this time around.
  17. Oh, Vandana Shiva, I have been looking forward to reading one of her books. Might listen to this interview before doing so, to see what she has to offer.
  18. Yeah, of course. It doesn't even talk about the business side of things much. It's a course about finding who you are and what you really value and want in life.
  19. Yeah, that's why Europeans have higher IQ today than they have had in the past. We have now better social systems. And historically we have had easier conditions for development of these systems, due to favorable geography among many other things. In the past I have often heard the "oh, Europeans, vikings, cold winter = harsh conditions = higher IQ through natural selection" argument and now I know it's utter bullshit. It's the other way around, there's evidence that actually living in cold zones like Syberia was easier for hunter-gatherers than in many other parts of the world, like deserts for example, people were not surviving there, they were thriving. If this argument was true, then Arabs should be the ones crushing the IQ tests with their superior naturally selected brains through harsh conditions. It is not so.
  20. Yes, for weeks after a trip. You become loving, grateful and humble. It depends on a dose of course, too. Trips on the high doses will humble you more.
  21. That's totally normal. Every physical symptom you descirbe in reports is totally normal. My first trip on AL-LAD had caused me a shitty headache afterwards, that's a one effect I didn't expect. Strong doses have much more possible unwanted effects, hard to describe them all and there's no need to, since Psychonaut Wiki has it all: Yup, be prepared for a possibility of every single one of these effects appearing. You haven't really tripped though, AL-LAD starts at 225 ug. Lower doses are child's play.
  22. "The Game" is a cool book to read for entertainment, to learn the story behind the pick-up scene, it's not a manual. The only good product I have seen from RSD is RSD Max's The Natural. Funny, full of information and hours of infield footage, too. After watching the first-half of the course I have been able to manage to kiss and more for the first time in my life with a 9/10 girl, no problemo. Totally recommended. Todd Valentine is great, offers more toned-down, introvert-friendly approach to pick-up. I would recommend Max to extroverts and Todd to introverts, or maybe even the other way around if you feel like you are too extraverted/introverted to balance things out.