Flowerfaeiry

What's the biggest lesson you have learned from actualized.org?

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Thinking about how grateful I feel to have come across these teachings and was wondering what you value the most from them. 

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3 hours ago, Flowerfaeiry said:

What's the biggest lesson you have learned from actualized.org?

To not answer this question with "Mu" or with a zen quip. Although such an attitude is probably worth trying. I've gone too much the other way. 

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People live in subjective bubbles hypnotized by their own thought patterns.

 

 

One of many. 

 

 

Now of course, by people I also mean myself. 

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You don't have to be a victim, you can create the life you want (with strong work ethic, discipline and constant learning).


Let go, or be dragged.

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Also changed my view on society, I used to be to critical towards society and government but now I realize its importance and even beauty. I would rather live my comfy life protected by laws and government than live in the wild getting mauled by bears. 

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Hot witch girlfriend is what people want most :P


You are God. You are Love. You are Infinity. You are Leo.

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So much is possible. 


I will be waiting here, For your silence to break, For your soul to shake,              For your love to wake! Rumi

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Don't be ideological


"A couple of glasses of red wine a night slows my brain down and lets me get into the 'vegetative' state suitable for TV viewing. Combined with SSRI it works well in letting me achieve a 'normal' life."   

                                                                                                                                        -- Random Redditor

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humans are chimps who are closer to God consciousness

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Do not trust your mind. But observe it's mechanisms mindfully.

Openmindedness.

Radical Honesty.   

 

Also, Life Purpose Course (thank you, Leo, I'm developing my Life Purpose project for a couple of years now and it made my life inspiring)

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yogi gurus don't know that much about psychedelics and that other enlightened people aren't all that special once you've awakened yourself.

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Don't imitate, create. 

Watch your judgments.

Society is asleep, so are you. 

Everything can be understood. 

Learn from everyone. Believe no one. 

Go out and find high-quality teachers and mentors.  The default is spoonfed bullshit. 

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Psychedelics can solve so so much misunderstanding it's incredible

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Observation and understanding of the world and especially the people in it...

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How I can achieve so much more than what I initially thought

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9 hours ago, Rilles said:

People live in subjective bubbles hypnotized by their own thought patterns.

 

Now of course, by people I also mean myself. 

This is one of my biggest lessons too. That, and how when I judge, I rob myself of my future. That one repeatedly gets me. 

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My Myers Briggs personality type has changed from INFJ to INTP by watching videos every day for at least 30min 1 year from now. At least I feel that's the reason. I kinda learned to think slightly different.

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