It’s a two parter, so please, I HIGHLY recommend anyone and everyone who is interested in learning Astral Projection to listen/watch it.
He provides a great new perspective on the old mystical ideologies.
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I agree with him. Fear is the biggest obstacle in lucid dreams and we all aren't truly aware that we have minor fears that are brought about by customs and the ego of the self. I know this all too well when I lucid dream or even just recall my non-lucid ones.
However, I find him hard to listen to. He is not a natural public speaker and doesn't know how to read his audience and doesn't know when to crack a joke here and there to keep them interested. That is my two cents (or is it sense?), but I have it on You Tube right now on another TAB and I'll go back, but man is it dry........
(Of course remember, despite my criticism, I am watching it and therefore I like the link and the content... THANK YOU FOR THAT. I just have a hard time staying interested.)
If only he had a kitten with a frog-helmet in the background!
I just reached a point where he speaks of choices and mazes created by ourselves. So true. When awake or asleep, we create our own problems and dilemmas and sometimes it is physical, but it all starts with our minds. We create our own problems and solutions and have choices. EVERY problem we have in waking reality is just a maze if you will. Perhaps a 'tree diagram' that splits into many possible outcomes, but a maze none the less. And it is hard to rationally wrap our heads around ALL THE OUTCOMES.
I'm starting to grow up as he puts it and understand and let it be. (I still think it's dry and he needs to crack a joke here and there, but this is actually very informative to someone like me who feels like they have experienced this all before.) Consciousness without direction... I get that sometimes in the early hours of the morning and it is hard to explain. It is like you experience consciousness without pre-conceived ideas and even thought itself seems foreign and your sense of 'self' is bewildering.... I've been there. It use to be scary, but that was just my ego. This gets deep and I recommend people to watch it.... but it is certainly boring if you are not in the mood I must say!
HAGART wrote:Consciousness without direction... I get that sometimes in the early hours of the morning and it is hard to explain.
I watched more and I think I know what this is now. He called it 'point consciousness' if my memory serves me. It truly is like being in a void with no up or down or horizon or even a sense of self that most people (me included) have become accustomed to. I known for a while that my sense of self is an illusion created by me, but hard to shed. Except for just a few times in the very early hours after I snapped out of a period of 'sleep mulling' as I called it. It is not like any dream most recall where there are actual objects, scenarios or dilemmas but just thought without a solution. AND I truly didn't know who I was for a few seconds after I awoke in a dark room and it scared me. That is the best way I can describe it, but apparently it is not uncommon. I should try meditating and induce it on my own terms and become more familiar with it. It's something new to me that has been happening more and more and I should embrace it.
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KylePK wrote:The whole video parts one and two kind of just blew my mind. Changed the way I think for sure... a lot of that flows well with me.
As Tom would say though... don't "believe" anything he (or anyone) says. Use the knowledge to find your own answers. Everyone has their own "Big TOE".
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