Brivido

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  1. What if Musk is trying to achieve success just for the joy of doing it and success is his personal spiritual practice? (Probably not the case but still) Don't you think that achieving success could be in his own way a spiritual practice? On your path to success you will have plenty of opportunities to destroy your ego. There are certainly plenty of people who try to achieve success in the wrong way, but I think that is possible to become successful in the right way. Sometimes you sound a lot like a Zen Devil when you say extreme things such as "successful people are not happy". I personally want to become successful not because I need it to make me happy, but because I still don't want to go spend the rest of my life on a mountain on the Himalayas. I try to become successful as an active meditation. Of course, from time to time I get attached to things but that's the whole point of the practice. Saying that successful people are not happy is a dangerous thing. Someone could misunderstand you and think that there is no reason why they should improve their life. And that's what most people that are deep in spirituality already do, they tell lies to themselves to accept the fact that their life sucks. Have a look at the people that go to Eckhart Tolle's events they are just fucking lost. I think there is a middle ground in this paradox of spirituality and success. And it looks like you can't see it. Some jedi shit at minute 40:00, Dominick says that in order to come back from his many injuries he had to let go of the need to be a champion and a fighter. And as soon as he detached his ego from the outcome of being the champion his body started to recover. Spiritual lessons can be learned in different ways, not just by sitting on top of a mountain, anyway that's just my opinion.
  2. What's the name of the book? Is it in your book list? I would really enjoy reading it because I write stories myself.
  3. What would you be doing if money and time were not a problem? What would you do with your life if all your needs were met forever? Will you be spending your time writing articles about animals? Will you be spending your time making short movies about nature? Here it is a great article by Mark Manson about finding your passion.
  4. I have read plenty of books about financial success and the best is by far The Millionaire Fastlane. Highly suggested to everyone.
  5. Is a topic that I find interesting, am just really curious to know what the heck is going on here
  6. I while back I read Reality Transurfing by Vadim Zeland. The main point of the book is that there are an infinite number of parallel realities. Therefore, you can live in the reality you prefer by switching to the one you prefer. (I haven't quite understood how this process works) He says in the book that when a psychic is bending a spoon, he is not really bending the spoon but merely switching to a reality where the spoon is already bent. This theory reminds me of Leo's theory of everything, it would explain miracles (Jesus and other masters knew about this stuff?) and all the weird things that are usually called paranormal phenomena. Basically nothing is impossible, anything can be the content of consciousness, and you can chose what the content of your consciousness is going to be. Really think about it, your consciousness can experience ALL kind of different things. I don't know how to do it, am just assuming that's the way it is, and sure it does makes a lot of sense, it would explain everything. So there is nothing special in seeing a dragon, an alien, a monster, or anything else because those are just the content of your consciousness. Let me know what you guys think about it, and if you have any more resources I could read that would be great, I really like this topic. I read the last book by Jed Mckenna "A Conspiracy Theory" and it was just mind blowing.
  7. @Leo Gura What's the meaning of life? Or to put it in another way, why there is something instead of nothing? (Or at least why it seems that way) I know that various teachers say that there is no meaning of life or that the meaning of life is to entertain brahman etc... For me these kind of answers are only possibilities, I don't know if they are true though. Do you think is possible to really know it, to have a true insight about it?
  8. Have you ever done it? I saw once a documentary on YouTube of a girl having all kinds of hallucinations while doing it. Apparently after a long time in the dark the brain starts producing 5-MeO-DMT by itself.
  9. This is another statement that I have never understood, if it is not an experience then what is it? Everything around us is an experience, a perception. How can someone "experience" enlightenment, if it is not an experience?
  10. Thank you for your answer, can you elaborate on this? What is the logic behind your statement?
  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ_HsQkBkJA&t=125s In this video Ken Wilber explains why a person is not his body, but I can't understand what he means. Can someone explain it in a simpler and more direct way? Thank you.