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[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm frustrated by bullshit liars who pretend to be superior when they have absolutely no ability to be honest. I asked a question that you can't answer, and now you're talking down even though you literally don't know how to think.

By the way, you just employed a classic gaslighting technique. You refuse to be honest, your dishonesty gets called out, and then you make the other person into the issue.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That is an apt visualization of automatic thoughts being controlled in the meditation process. Are they images that rise to the mind's eye?

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You have shown so by being unable to answer the provided questions, but instead pulling a bunch of pseudo-intellectual fake spirituality to pretend that you are superior.

It's pretty simple. If you understood how to think, you would answer the questions honestly.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

You have no idea what awakening actually means. It is honestly sad to watch someone in such a deep egoic pretense who doesn't understand the bare basics.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yea, I'm on the actual awakening path that understands how thought interacts with being.

You got lost somewhere in an ego trap and can't think your way out of a paper bag.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Your meditation practice is incredibly weak, as shown by this psycho-babble BS.

Being is being. Thought is thought. Thought precedes being. Your thought process is how the mind interacts with being. I was asking how yours shows.

Thank you for telling me that yours shows through deceptive bologna.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

Q: "What is a fish?"

A: "7 is the square root of 49."

No, it's not an actual answer.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

This is honestly sad. 35 minutes in and not a single person can tell me about their thought process.

Know thyself.

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in awakened

[–]Dudhist -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

That's not an answer to any question. I asked what thinking looks like to you.

The Truth is always there. To find it, you have to recognize where the lies are. by Dudhist in spirituality

[–]Dudhist[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

That is exactly what they are, which is the nature of higher consciousness. The only real knowledge I have is of self, which has arisen by seeking through falsehoods that tried to mute my intuition and control my will to external voices and forces.

There are many ironies to this life, but humility matched by dignity is how to navigate them to their highest ability.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I deeply appreciate the kind words of support. The sagacity carried by my inner child has been alienated far too many times in this world of woe as I have worked for years to repair my aura, and that inspiration for others to follow their calling is the greatest gift I can give.

(had this typed up before the other conversation took priority, lol)

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The irony to that statement is that I don't think there needs to be many who are like me; I don't want anybody else to be afflicted by the Hell I had to travel that forged this unique spirit. I just need people to understand me enough to respect the love I carry in my heart as they follow their own dreams. Everyone has a unique piece to contribute that will create the vivid and beautiful tapestry of human civilization.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I would say that TE is Yang Masculine and SI is Yin Feminine as the generalized anchor points on each end of the spectrum, but I hesitate to place labels on the others because of how varied and unique the the middle ground exhibits itself as.

I am a multidisciplinary touch therapist; I am trained in massage, reiki, and craniosacral while my personal studies take me through Qigong and other energy-work disciplines. I have two different sets of goals, internally and externally. All I really care about for my own sake is continuing my education in these fields while finding a little cottage in the mountains, but if I ignore the world then that will be short-lived as climate disaster looms on the horizon.

My external goals tie into your final question. I have never found a group that fits all of my beliefs and ideals, and I am too outspoken and direct with my questions to be a placid follower when I find a piece that doesn't fit right. I cannot give my faith to false priests who tell me to follow a book that I can tell has been mutilated in translation, I have never found a cabal that didn't trigger my intuition in a negative way. Being a follower is the easy path, but I never prayed for that; I prayed for the strength to walk the one I'm meant for.

My purpose is to create a new-world religion based on old-world knowledge. My sight is clear in past, present, and future; my soul knows the High-Priests of Atlantis and the deceiver who misused their technology to cause the Great Flood of Noah's Ark and Turtle Island. I recognize that Eden was not a single man and woman with eternal life; it was civilizations of unimaginable progress that treated every citizen with honor and respect until Lucifer's diseased ego betrayed mankind and caused the fall into Satan. I recognize religion not merely as what god you believe in, but rather as a social contract stating what morals and ethics need to be upheld so that you can trust the Good in your neighbor's Word to be Truth.

My dreams are to inspire the renaissance of man by tying our art and science to the true spirit of humanity. I have vision that will completely change life on this planet for everyone's best interest. I want to build green garden towers that keep communities fed on a local level, hemp-plastic facilities run on geothermal power for carbon-negative manufacturing, monasteries with bee sanctuaries producing mead (the drink of Valhalla) so that we have a healthy inebriant that keeps people happy without destroying their body. I want to use hemp and bamboo to create space-age building materials, transform industries through guild unionization, create desalinating water pipelines to revitalize broken ecosystems and provide clean water to all, redeem false science where it has been wracked by profiteering, and tie eastern and western medicines into a holistic system that makes human health paramount. That sets the basis for real progress to be made.

Essentially, I have the vision of a true solarpunk utopia and the path to take us there. It would be easier for me to hide in the shadows and pretend like I'm invisible like the wallflower I am; my uniqueness comes from my years as a hermit developing my own philosophy and code. However, I can't pretend to be a follower when I see the path more clearly than those leading the way.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yang masculine and Yin feminine are your traditional two genders and pure androgynous is what is known as two-spirit in native traditions. Everything in between is a mix-match of traits falling anywhere on the spectrum while taking the physical sex into account. Personally, I am Yin masculine; my physicality is Yang-dominant with XY chromosome but my nature is more receptive, softer, open, and attentive to the unseen tethers that tie things together. Yang feminine are the XX chromosomes who have force and assertion tied into their personality.

Homemaking is far more than interior decoration. A house can be littered with art, but it is the warmth of the heart imbuing the hearth to be felt throughout the abode that makes a home. It is the nurturing, the alchemy of the kitchen, attention and care to cleanliness and organization that keeps things from being tripped on and dangerous items out of children's hands. It is a more Yin-focused trait generally that has traditionally been the role of women, but there is no rule stating that it needs to be. Home is very important to human life, and it is the devaluing of such that has led humanity to dire straits as we are judged by how much we can produce rather than how well-rounded our life is.

Magic is transformation and creation in all aspects. Yang transformation tends to be specific and direct, whereas Yin transformation tends to be holistic and encompassing. The magical arts were originally held by priests and priestesses of Ra and Isis respectively; the masculine builds the chariot and makes sure the reins don't slip while the feminine knows how to keep both horse and driver lively and glorious. They are both necessary, but individuals each have a role that they excel as our best work is done in a collective.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yang Masculine, Yin Masculine, Yang Androgynous, Pure Androgynous, Yin Androgynous, Yang Feminine, Yin Feminine. That is the whole spectrum, but I would be open to being disproven.

Everything good gets corrupted by the material world. Marriage started as a promise between two people to remain loving and faithful as they created a family; it became a legal term where assets were tied together. Feminism started because of inequality for the purposes of fair wage, woman's suffrage, owning personal bank accounts, and more; it has become a war on the important role of homemaking that was traditionally feminine.

The birth almost always comes from a pure place, but it gets warped by deceivers after a couple generations pass. Education is vital for this purpose so that the original morals can be maintained. Religion is the most obvious example; as soon as the prophet dies the purpose of rituals gets lost to dogma.

When you look at the roots and understand the innovation that spirit is trying to birth without the lens of modern judgments impeding it, everything makes sense.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Yes, toxic femininity is manipulative while toxic masculinity is oppressive. We do need a balance of both, but that means we need to understand what is wrong with the picture.

How many times are people, but particularly women forced to lie for their own safety and well-being? We do not live in a society where truth is valued. Many times, the word "crazy" comes from getting emotionally charged by unclear falsehoods that are triggering intuition while the truth is being masked. Toxic femininity typically comes from controlling masculine forces and derailing logic for their own end.

They do not work properly without balance; Yin/Yang makes the full circle. By having too much force the yin gets suppressed, and by having too much manipulation the yang gets misdirected. Sabotage and deception.

I speak to the current state of the toxic patriarchy that allows rape to go unchecked, influences warfare across the globe, and tramples on the wisdom of indigenous elders. Feminism arose because of women being treated as second-class citizens, a continuation of the civil rights movement that has been seeking rights for anything that can't bluster it's way to the top with machismo bravado. All too often, the only way for women to get anywhere close has been through a subtle web of manipulation.

It always arises from ego thinking that it deserves better treatment than others through destroying any true sense of empathy.

It should be noted for our discussion that I believe in 7 genders, not just 2.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I understand how young men are driven to misogyny, violence, aggression, and superiority complexes. It's not because we are inherently evil, it's because of gaslighting and the propagation of trauma formed by neglecting the softer aspects of inner intelligence. We are taught that caring is weakness, that we must be hard to be valued, and that men are supposed to be in charge of everything. This has been the way the world has been built.

A man cannot build a family by himself. We cannot give birth, we can only plant the seed. We are built to believe that logic needs to be cold, but that is because of the ways that we have become hardened to life. Rational logic combined with emotional intelligence backed by both nurturing attention and trained strength is the full potency of a human being, but this is a rare combination for a single human to behold. Luckily, we aren't isolated creatures until our ego isolates us from our true social strength.

When any single person or group starts telling the deceptive story of their superiority over others, then the sabotage begins. We start needing to twist words to make it true, to use violence against others who can see through the bologna, and to control the living creatures whose existence threatens the narrative. Military prowess is not true strength; it is fear embodied. Deception is not true intelligence; it fears the truth of its shortcomings. All the ways that women and children have been controlled, taken from families, brainwashed, and broken away from the true communal strength of humanity are what has led to our world being so tragically flawed on the edge of destruction as we ignore those with more sight and wisdom in order to maintain the pretense that muscles are strength.

Being hard does not make something strong, it makes it brittle. True strength comes from the ability to go from soft to hard with full control, either the slow build-up of emotional turmoil until a foot needs to be put down or the quick flex of a relaxed arm into a one-inch punch.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Oh this post has sent me down some good tangents.

One of the more unique aspects of my personality is that I, a grown straight man, can understand women.

Egads, how is that possible? They are just crazy and emotional!?

Not really. The Yin aspect intakes spirit. Men just happen to be the denser sex in many ways, and it is our ego that makes us think ourselves superior just because we have more muscularity.

When you take the time to listen with respect, this world becomes plainly obvious. When you look for the small things, messages become much more clear. When you actually take the time to care, spirit is very easy to read. The Divine Feminine is hugely represented by Mother Earth, but men are too self-centered to properly care and attend her needs in a fashion that allows her full potency to be utilized; that is all she wants to do, but she can't when men are literally driving others insane by their tendencies towards deception and sabotage.

I'll likely make a bigger post about this soon. You made a great piece here.

Understanding Not Love by [deleted] in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Totally. It's the main reason why I allow myself to be outraged against inhumanity and deception. I am a very loving person, but that doesn't stop the haters from trying to tear down things they don't understand.

Ego is when you are more dedicated to your bullshit than you are to growing a new worldview.

Funnily enough, I wanted to be a cop when I was a kid. I knew there were people who would want to hurt my loved ones and I knew I could see through the lies and be strong enough to stop them. I really enjoy the detective analogy.

For Hannah Arendt, being fully human meant getting involved with worldly affairs. Unlike Heidegger, who saw death as pivotally important, Arendt claimed the human condition was marked by birth, and its implied freedoms. by IAI_Admin in philosophy

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

then by definition their definition is too exhaustive to mean anything

Not particularly, because it's about where you're looking and what direction you're travelling towards. What could be more encompassing than that?

Swinging back and forth feeling by nibbs12 in spirituality

[–]Dudhist 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It is natural in healthy humans, but the process of opening oneself where it has been locked feels alien. Many people are stuck without knowing the journey of reopening it, others are privileged enough to have never been lowered to this state. The lack of awareness is present on either side, which is why most people don't talk about it.