carlowillo

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  1. @Leo Gura Thank you. Does the concentration have to be so intense that no thoughts arise at all? Or just so much so that you don't let the thoughts distract you from the object of focus? Because I've been trying to get to the point where not a single thought comes up and I've been stuck trying to reach a minute for a month now lol.
  2. @Matt23 To use the analogy of weight training. At the gym, you are limited by your baseline strength (your fundamental concentration muscle and ability). But there a certain tool like belts, knee straps and shoes that can help you lift more (clean diet, nootropics, microdosing). I am more talking about improving my baseline strength (concentration), so I don't have to rely on other things to help me lift more. It's easy enough to get in the habit of continually bringing my concentration back to the task after getting distracted. But I want to prolonge the time I can fully concentrate on a task in one stretch. The exercise Leo gave seems perfect for that, so I was wondering if anyone has made any significant progress quickly, through intensely training that way. @Rigel Thank you guys, hope that makes sense.
  3. @Ariesleith When staring at objects or the sphere, do you concentrate with such intensity that no thoughts arise?
  4. @Serotoninluv Both.
  5. I am very interested in rapidly improving my concentration. I was wondering if anyone here has done any intense concentration training and experienced a lot of quick growth through it? The type of concentration training I am talking about is mentioned in the video 'Concentration vs Meditation'. Could I massively fast-track my results if I did the exercise 5-10x a day? Or is concentration something that slowly builds up over time? Thank you.
  6. I'm not really sure what section of the forum this would go in, but I think it's relevant after seeing Leos last few blog posts. Emery Smith is a scientist who has supposedly been working in secret corporate and government programs for decades. He's just come out publicly as a whistleblower within the last few years, but has been in contact with people like David Wilcock for many years prior to that. He speaks about his experiences working in these deep underground military bases, that have access to incredible technologies, many of which have been reverse engineered. He claims these corporations have access to free energy technology (zero-point), cures to all diseases and consciousness controlled transport devices. Technologies that could rid the entire world of nearly all of its problems if they were publicly available. But aren't because of corporate interests In UFO circles there is talk about public disclosure about these things coming very soon (Melting Ice in the Antarctic is revealing huge ships, and ruins of an advanced ancient civilization). Emery Smith seems very consistent in his story, and various other sources (Coorey Goode for example) have also had similar accounts to him. What would this mean for humanity if these technologies existed, and saw the light of day? Could this mean a rapid acceleration of human evolution? The catalyst for the many pending paradigm shifts in science? Warning radically open-mindedness required https://youtu.be/_lVtvXNnyI4
  7. @Shadowraix yeah 100%. I’d definitely address’s that more directly if I was to remake it. Yeah I figure the best way to introduce new paradgims is to pick apart the old ones first
  8. @St Clair that’s sick dude! That song heavily reminds me of something from Zelda Twilight Princess haha
  9. @flume Thank you! Yeah that one took ages, but it would only take me fraction of the time to make one of that quality again. What type of videos were you thinking going of creating?
  10. @Brandon Nankivell I’ve seen a fair few of your videos too man! I also liked your bonus input on the Video Breakthrough Academy course from Clark. If you’ve got the time bro I’d really appreciate it if you checked out one of my videos and gave me some feedback! I’m looking to make this a career eventually, so would be great to get some input from someone who’s already gone through the process. Keep doing what you’re doing man!
  11. @Shadowraix It does in a sense. But it talks about the problems in cosmology too, so tackles the expansions of a singularity from already existing matter. From my conversations with your average person (my target audience), people do tend to assume that's what the big bang is referring too. Please critique the fuck out of my video though haha, always looking to improve my understanding.
  12. @electroBeam Thank you man! Yeah, I can definitely agree on hindsight, I just wanted to cram as much info into the video as possible so people got a 'big picture' understanding of the state of science. Sometimes (a lot lol) at the expense of detail. 1. Both lol 2. What would you suggest instead? The silliness of scientists assuming life was created out of hot soup was the point I was trying to make lol 3. Maybe I'm misinformed on the subject, but it was my understanding that they know where dark matter is, because they assume that their equations are right, and therefore have injected dark matter into exactly the right places for their equations to carry on working. Which means they haven't detected it, they've just assumed it's in these spaces. I appreciate the feedback though, and will definitely make them more nuanced in the future. Let me know if you think I'm misunderstanding any of the points you brought up too! I'm always trying to get closer to the truth.
  13. @RendHeaven Honestly, I've been backsliding a lot over the past few months. So not much at all. But I am getting back on track now, and I am planning on spending at least 6-7 hours a day on writing, video making etc. I reckon in a years time I will be able to produce a high quality 10-12 minute video in 2 weeks. As soon as I start getting the income I'm going to invest it straight back into the channel (editors, better equipment etc) to help it grow.
  14. @Omni Hahaha, that's hilarious. I've been tempted to do a MuchDank style supercut of Leo before.
  15. @RendHeaven I'm only now starting to dedicate a lot of time to the channel, so my upload rate will increase in the future. I think you could get away with once every 2-4 weeks if you have great content. I think that even might be the best way to go now tbh, the YouTube market is so saturated that unless your content is a Purple Cow then it will just get ignored, no matter how much you upload. I plan on doing a lot more environmentally motivated videos too, so I could see those getting lots of traffic if executed correctly. Yeah, Patreon seems like a great source for video essay creators. People tend to be more willing to pledge to channels that make high-quality content. I'll most likely make a video essay course too when I get enough traffic. Hopefully get sponsors like Skillshare, Gaia and Curiosity stream. I'm honestly just banking on making great quality content and then using Quora, YouTube comments and Reddit to spread the word. My channel is essentially debunking the mainstream, stage orange narrative on a lot of subjects (science, culture, religion etc) then introducing stage green ideas to replace them. I just have a feeling that a lot of people are very ready for these new ideas, especially if I can find an entertaining way of communicating them. Because people are very quickly realizing the world isn't what they were taught it to be. We'll see anyway! lol