Peter Zemskov

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  1. I'm very curious about how language is being constructed and what does shape it the most. Thinking about it I came to the conclusion that climate and nature can be a factor. I myself know Spanish and Russian so i notice this. Spanish for example is a very melodic and "light" language same as spanish climate but russian tends to be harder and less melodic very much like russian climate. Do you think it's possible that language is shaped by climate and nature?
  2. I don't think he's entirely turquoise yet. Although he has hit it and it's just a question of time
  3. I want to share with you an insight about what is courage that I had a few days ago. Courage at its root is a result of a desidentification with your ego (body and mind). If you don't associate yourself with body and mind there's nothing to fear. Absolute courage is only attainable by full enlightenment. But in normal life we see people that are not enlightened but still have a lot of courage in them. That's because some people are more capable then other to desidentify with their ego in dangerous/challenging (not necessarily fisically, it can also be psicologically dangerous/challenging) situations. The more actualized and less egocentric is the person, the less this person fears. Give your thoughts on this little insight that I had.
  4. I think it's better to remove reputation and ranks. That really makes me feel like I'm in a society (which it shouldn't feel like in my opinion). And it also adds a hierarchical and social element to it which I think is unnecessary and is making things worse. Good content will always be spotted because it's normally noticeable by the title.
  5. I notice exactly the same thing. You described it very well. The most important thing is not to think that you're not interested in writing or that you're a bad writer.
  6. Today I had a very weird experience that I want to share with you. Today I meditated using Leo's guided meditation and felt extraordinary sleepy during meditation. It felt like I was going to fall asleep if I continued to meditate but I still continued and suprisingly I didn't fall asleep (although sleepiness didn't go away). But when I finished meditating I realized that I'm not sleepy at all and weird shit started happening. My body felt very weak (as if I was ill) and I literally couldn't think. My head was just empty and felt as if there was a hurricane. Also I was in a state in which I never have been before in my life. It's hard to describe but it felt as if everything around me was a movie. I felt no emotions at all. I stared at everything around me because it felt so weird. This state lasted for about 30 min and then I came back to normal. I don't know if it was because of meditation or because of something that happened with the weather that made me feel so, but I have never experienced that. I doubt that it was a mystical experience because I didn't have any realization or a "aha!" moment and because it was rather negative than positive (felt rattled, my head was a mess and my body felt as if I was ill). Did somebody here experience anything similar and can someone explain what was that?
  7. Did you get that from "Blade Runner" 1998?
  8. But can meditation and reaching enlightenment be compared to a gym?
  9. 1) Because I meditate for just 5-10 minutes which I don't no if it's enough to get enlightened. But right now i'm thinking of getting rid of time completely. 2) I use "do nothing" technique 3) Before meditation I feel a bit forced to meditate (but not much really), during meditation I feel pretty calm and peaceful (sometimes hiperanoyed because of ego backlashes) and after meditation I feel more concious.
  10. I've done that one. It's the best option But now I'm thinking "is time really important"? I think I should meditate until y feel that it's enough.
  11. I think you're right. At least it should be 20 min and 1 hour would be perfect
  12. That can be the case. Even though I don't follow time so strictly, I just wrote the medium time. But you're probably right that it's not always pleasurable for me to meditate. I think I should meditate without a timer because it distracts me.
  13. It may very well be the case
  14. I've been meditating 5-10 minutes every day for about a year (sometimes falling of course) but can't see any results. Is it normal or should I just meditate more? Because right now I don't think that 5-10 min per day are enough to get me anywhere.
  15. Explain how government works in general and analyse specific governments of important countries like: USA, China, Russia and some of the european countries. That would be really cool to watch an episode like that because it would be very helpful to understand politics.