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  1. On 8/27/2023 at 7:45 PM, Mr H said:

    I experience a lot of folks on the spiritual path who have been practising for years, but never experience ever lasting peace and operate from ego.


    Key word being practice


    Problem I have noticed for many seekers is that they seek out a guru. Listen to what they say, then try and interpret and practice via mind.


    This will keep you trapped in mind. Being in mind is humanity s first addiction.


    Mind cannot tell you anything about yourself. Yourself is the witness of the experience of mind not vis a versa.


    True understanding is not by mind. It is by knowing.


    Even though knowing is our primary experience, we confuse our self with the lure of mind. Just knowingly, continually practise being in knowing (experience prior to mind arising) and you will see a shift towards peace


    Look beyond mind to find peace

    By Knowing are you meaning heart energy, as opposed to mind? I understand it this way. Truth is heart energy (love).

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  2. On 7/31/2023 at 2:02 AM, shabbirss said:

    chronic hayfever/rhinitis
    sinus troubles and then u get asthma from the post nasal drip.

    i find dust and pollen are the main culprits.
    pet fur also.


    - now using an air purifier at night, 4 hours run, seems to help a bit
    wanted to kick myself for buying one when i could have easily just DIY one with a fan and some HEPA filters! xDDD

    - I also vacuum my room like 2-3 times a week, it helps a bit


    i gave up on pharma meds.

    i smoke cigarettes - aggravates the condition a bit but i dont care, it just feels "nice" goin through my system.

    i have 2 cats, at first it was bad, red eyes, sniffles, sneezing alot...
    but somehow i have gotten used to them - i can be around them, play with them with no trouble at all now.
    they do not sleep in my room though, for reference.


    i was told that local honey works wonders. maybe try that if you can get local.
    i could not get any so havent tried it.


    when i was back in high school, during a few exams when i was suffering, (literally runny nose drippin on exam papers xD) -
    i went out to the smokers corner, and had like just 2 puffs of weed - cannabis - joint from friends over there....
    it almost instantly stopped the sinus troubles and lasted for like 3-4 hours.


    i have also tried acupunture, which works. there was a chinese woman doing it near me, so authenticity was there.
    the moments she put the needles in at those points on my head and around my face,
    there was like real pressure being released, i could hear it go "tsss".
    amazing experience!
    would not suggest driving after an acupuncture session. always left me light headed, and my entire awareness on a different level.

    hope this helps in some way.


    i am 38 years old too.
    for reference,
    i remember "developing?" this condition around the age of 6-7,
    directly after being vaccinated at school


    Thanks for those points, helpful :)

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  3. I find the best natural sunscreen is carrot seed oil, it has an SPF of around 30-40, depending on the purity of it. 

    It should be used sparingly, and in sensitive areas prone to burning. I am of the kind of if you feel the sun is burning you, go in the shade, as in don't stay for ours lying under the sun on purpose just to get tanned, tan progressively and naturally.

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  4. In my view, commercializing sacred stuff loses its power. This is wrong. Ayahuasca, as well as mushrooms or any psychedelic, is not for everyone. One has to be READY.

    but the world we live in is what it is 🙄

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  5. My 38 year old sister and her 4 year old son have chronic sinusitis. My sister has had it since age 12, and her son is having the same.

    She has tried virtually ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you can imagine, from conventional maninstream medicine, to homeopathy, and regular steaming, essential oils, etc, and it doesn't go away. She has also changed the house where she lives and it doesn't subside. Mucus is constant in winter and summer and now I am very concerned not only for her but for her kid, it breaks my heart that he has to adjust his speech in order for the mucus not to get in the way of his breathing when he talks. Can anyone help with any miraculous cure? Many thanks.

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  6. On 1/15/2023 at 8:02 PM, alexa said:


    I believe this too, but what gets me, do old people carry on where they left off ?:classic_unsure:

    I believe that regardless of age, one's essence is always the same, so that is what I am referring to when I say "where we left off". Our actual essence.

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  7. On 1/16/2023 at 7:07 PM, DaleP said:

    I don't consider demonic wrong btw. We all need both. In case you didn't know, there is a demonic side to even angels and the likes.

    Regardless of how you rephrase it, Fighting belongs to the demonic realm.

    When people don't know how to hop to the other side and back then that will make sure that they will be in the demonic realm. But each to their own.

    I am aware of this and some would call it egoistic but I know what I know.


    I am being misinterpreted because I haven't expressed myself properly. It's all good. As you say, demonic is not wrong. It just is.


    Some of us have 'different' types of 'demonic' or 'dark' or 'shadow' traits which are not the 'typical' ones. Mine is suffering. Suffering and carrying all the burdens and sorrows of the world upon my back, for just seeing the world as it is.

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  8. On 12/16/2022 at 6:45 AM, alexa said:






    I believe we carry on where we left off. No magical shift occurs. If you're a bad person here you'll continue to be that, because it's your essence. If you believe you'll go to hell you'll probably go to hell and if you believe Jesus is awaiting on the other side perhaps a bearded guy in a tunic will welcome you with open arms when you leave the body. Those are brief illusions though, after a few seconds I believe we are all met with ourselves. Materialization here is to overcome ourselves. To raise higher. The school is here. Here is where we sculpt our soul with our pains, fears, transformations and realisations.

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  9. On 12/17/2022 at 8:12 PM, DaleP said:


    I'd say, most in this forum are of demonic nature since we are geared towards fighting....for a cause. It's just that they don't want to admit it.

    I don't agree with this assumption. Fighting for a good cause is not demonic. Fighting for the truth is what is called a warrior of light. I know who I am, don't need to show it or prove it to anyone.

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  10. 1 minute ago, DaleP said:

    Yes, we are of pure light but not while we are in duality.

    For you to exist in 3D duality, you have to have both darkness and light, like the yin/yang symbol.

    And lower and higher vibration are the same. It's just that which way it is travelling if you imagine a torus.


    Thanks, I am aware. I do not naturally have malice in me, I am rare. So in the spectrum of light/dark I am inclined towards the light. It was shown to me that MOST souls on this reality are mostly inclined towards the dark. Thanks.

  11. 1 minute ago, DaleP said:

    What if all these people who hurt you were actually reflection of yourself?

    Your own demons come chasing back until you acknowledge them.

    I was clearly shown that I don't belong to them. I was shown that I am a being of pure light. I wasn't aware of the darkness, and this was shown to me, how people's nature is.

  12. On 12/4/2022 at 2:32 AM, Mr H said:




    Do you think from your experience someone with a bit of a dodgy elbow could participate in this practise? Or just dependent on the intstructor/school?

    If you have a dodgy elbow you're already one step ahead :) everyone ends up injured somehow, but the key is to manage the injuries, as that's part of the body's adaptation to new stimuli.

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  13. On 6/12/2021 at 12:35 AM, Mr H said:

    Just wondering if anyone here does martial arts? Which ones you do and which ones you would recommend for a 41 year old middle aged guy to take up?



    Remove that "middle aged" notion :) Krav Maga or BJJ I recommend, coupled with some sort of strength training - kettlebells are great.

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  14. On 11/27/2022 at 11:52 PM, RobinJ said:


    I can tell you too that I experienced them rather than saw them. No drugs were involved.


    I also experienced them, similar to your experience, but more personal. I actually saw the souls of people who hurt me. I experienced hell, literally.

  15. On 11/28/2022 at 7:25 PM, DaleP said:

    This doesn't have to do with having fear of death or negative emotions or not.  This is reality, whether we like it or not.


    You guys have fancy visions. 😁

    They are everywhere. If you don't have fear for death, negative emotion.....they won't come near you.

    If they did by any chance, send them away. You know how to, right?


    Oh wait, 4 months?!!! 😲


  16. On 11/16/2022 at 3:13 AM, steven geldenhuys said:

    It must be end of days because what I see in my sleep state is really bad. The Darkness is leaving us. We didn’t know it, but amongst us has always been the living-dead. Just be.

    Is the Darkness really leaving us as a collective?

  17. On 4/30/2022 at 12:45 AM, Mr H said:

    A few months prior to the pandemic I did Ayahuasca ceremonies in Peru. I have had to question whether I am still in one of the ceremonies - from time to time. The world is now completely different and so are people. Even myself, I have completely changed too.


    More onto the point about work ethic. In the west we moved generally speaking from being a productive nation(s), to becoming service industry based. This in itself breed other non productive industries on top like never ending HR departments etc. I think moving from a more physical demanding jobs, to more desk type jobs many of which have little point has something to do with it. I think social media also plays a role, everyone now wants to be a millionaire from doing very little... the erosion of the family, education....think it's a very big topic. 

    I also had my first Ayahuasca experience a few months prior to the pandemic. I took it again for the second time last month. Life has never been the same.

  18. On 6/4/2022 at 7:20 AM, Mr H said:



    Just to note on my experience and relate to one of the comments in the first post. When I did ayahuasca ceremonies I have seen the entities that you speak of who feed off our energies.

    I also saw them in my Aya experience. They are the empty souls, also referred to as hungry ghosts in the buddhist wheel of life. I saw them exactly as depicted.

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  19. In my opinion, anything that has a lot of promotion and is not censured, smells like 💩.

    This includes Joe Dispenza and Tony Robbins.

    Same goes for Mr. Jordan Peterson and Joe Rohan, who seem more "out of the system", in my view they are not. They're just controlled opposition.


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  20. There was a full moon, mercury retrograde, a very unusual planetary alignment, the naming of the new prime minister and the queen's 'official' death.


    How many coincidences, right? But those who know, know that there are no coincidences :)


    In the two days previous to the official death date my personal life underwent a chaotic event too and my energy was suffering.

    Same happened to a couple of empath friends who can sense and perceive energies.


    It also coincides with the 'great healing' according to the accounts of those who see the other realms, as apparently this is part of the remainings of the dark forces playing their games and the fall of their power.


    I do wish that with the death of this figure, everything else falls apart gradually and humanity can take back what belongs to us ❤️

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  21. Good topic.


    I personally believe suffering, or rather "pain" is necessary for growth (suffering would imply your ownership and perception of pain, but you can choose not to own it).


    Everything we know in nature and reality goes through some sort of transformation in order to become something else. For that to happen, a change always requires to leave behind that which is comfortable or familiar. This always creates a certain degree of pain.


    One doesn't become slimmer or stronger or fitter by doing nothing. Exercise, cutting out comfort foods, etc, require pain and discomfort, for example.


    The shedding of old skin for a snake is painful, yet necessary for better. Same for the caterpillar and the butterfly.


    And this never ends. It is constant.


    Movement, life itself is constant change, therefore discomfort. And this is real happiness. The present moment of the movement, the path carved. For there is never an end or a beginning, it's all a constant struggle.

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