I channeled some shit Anonymous 2019-03-18 00:22:26 No. 3023
I realized I was channeling and that I needed to write it down midway, so I had to go back and retrace some steps, but I think I got the message quite well. In any case it's very clear in my understanding, so feel free to ask questions.
If you feel this is wrong and want to tell me why, feel free to do so, but I will probably not respond to your post.
To continue to check in with your spirit as to your will. Not letting yourself be distracted by fear-based/avoidance impulses and impulses which lack the depth of desires originating from your will (those that don't withstand that spiritual, paused self-inquiry and introspection). Slowly, this habit, nurtured by the conscious will seep into the subconscious and the body, and it will gradually lift them towards the spirit. Eventually the merge will occur.
That is the reason the spirit incarnates in the first place (in most cases). To grow a body, to house a soul/mind, and to merge with them when they're mature enough.
Some include the body, some don't. In the end, it's what's commonly called "ascension" nevertheless.
So the next time you start to get anxious about what you're supposed to be doing, simply practice looking within, locating your will, and following it. Just do that and growth will happen naturally.
Your will is recognizable by the following:
>it's positive, telling you to go towards something
>if it intends to move you away from something, it will do so by moving you towards something else
>it's deep, may be intense, but not impulsive, and it withstands meditative introspection (removing layers--body, ego, stimuli--does not remove it)
There you go. That's literally everything you need for everything occult and mundane.
Your millage might vary. Check with your higher self for more information.
Anonymous 2019-03-18 02:36:05 No. 3024
Anonymous 2019-03-18 08:17:40 No. 3028
Checking in with your will for every small decision is unpractical. That’s why growing a habit is important. You don’t want to stop and consider every itch, every appetite and impulse. That would be paralyzing.
Instead, start with the big stuff. Life decisions or big habits you might want to change (fapping, smoking...). The goal is not to tame your lower impulses forcefully, but to get a momentum and build up a habit of moving towards your will effortlessly.
Sure, some things might look like they could require a little force to change, but if every impulse and want is treated like a suggestion and one is methodical but flexible (doing by not doing, wu wei), an effortless momentum will build up and synchronicity will start flooding in.
Anonymous 2019-03-20 12:41:04 No. 3040
Speaking of fapping, there's not alotta good info out there on truly purifying and sublimating that urge and I thought I'd share my two cents on this. So the sexual thoughts and organs're analogical to earth, and in earth's qualities you have positively diligence to your work, and negatively laziness (and sexual impulses cause sexual thoughts're the result of improperly harnessed 'creative' energies). So I've tried alotta things to sublimate those urges like energywork's method of raising sexual energy, only really helps a temporarily, Taoism's "restore the jing", which tbh only made shit worse for me, but in the end what worked best for me I stumbled upon when I started going absolutely asceticmode with my meditations and I simply didn't have time to fap any day lol. I became so absorbed in my meditations and every else I was doing after those I simply forgot about sex, and ya know what? That worked better than any I've ever tried, and now I simply hold affection for people on a spiritual level and physical appearance means almost nothing, and I only ever get sexual temptations in short burst every few months or so as long as I just do not think about sexual things. Analogically speaking it makes sense too, in the sense that good earth vs bad earth; good creation vs bad creation, is brought about through diligence or idleness, another set of earthen qualities.
Anonymous 2019-04-03 22:37:13 No. 3195
About the law of attraction-type shit
It's not about what you think or even really about what you do, but about the emotional charge, even if minute, that your thoughts and actions carry. Generally speaking, everything a person does or thinks carries an emotional charge, sometimes imperceptible. That creates or feeds thoughtforms that shape one's life.
Either complete control over your thoughts and actions, or your emotional output (ideally both) is necessary for your life to develop in any way resembling your desires instead of a random walk misconstrued as karma. Then real karma reveals itself and can even be dealt with consciously.
Anonymous 2019-05-09 11:02:41 No. 3206
Every person is a universe. Your higher self is God. Your goal is to become God. God and the Demiurge occupy the same space but are different functions. When you become the God at the end of time, you banish the Demiurge.
Your true will can touch everything, but the true will of one person cannot interfere with the true will of another, because we’re intersecting universes. The will is only free will when it is true will, the will of God, the innermost part of your being at the end of time.
That more or less reconciles a bunch of viewpoints.
Anonymous 2019-06-04 22:39:57 No. 3213
Often I have worried about our lack of memories in incarnation. However this is because of a misconception. We do remember, as spirits, everything we’ve experienced before. The memory of a spirit, however, is different from that of a soul (a mind, as it were). Such a memory requires to be able to store and access potentially millions of years of experience, out of order (and time) and all interconnected. It’s necessarily a different technology.
The spirit doesn’t remember events nor does its “mind” work with them. Memories of events are energetic constructs that eventually fall off and leave only an imprint. New energy can interact with that imprint holographically like light interacts with a complex lens or a stencil after the superfluous details of the event are gone. That is the memory of past lives and that way of storing information is the reason for the amnesiac (from an egoic perspective) state of incarnation. We’re just looking at it differently.
It’s not that somehow incarnation makes us forget, like the New Agers say. Incarnation blinds us because in lineal existence the memory of the spirit is difficult to make out while the different memory storage technology of the soul is working. That is why meditation, drugs and altered states of consciousness are the gateway to “spiritual experiences” (perception of the spirit and manifestation by the spirit). We need to temporarily put aside the incarnate mode of functioning, as it were, to be able to operate the “higher” machinery of the spirit.
Makes sense? What do you think?
Anonymous 2019-07-14 21:27:44 No. 3220
I love it. Cheers
Anonymous 2019-08-04 13:39:06 No. 3247
Reincarnation is a tricky subject. There appear to be several conflicting views on it. I will try to reconcile them.
This post assumes the spirit/soul division explained by Montalk and others.
From the point of view of the spirit, reincarnation is simultaneous. It’s simply a fragmentation akin to dreaming in different spacetime contexts at the same time. This happens outside of time and because of that it would make no sense to talk of anything else than simultaneity, although that too is just a way of describing it that makes sense to our time-bound minds.
From the point of view of the incarnate soul, all lives are accessible at all times through the spirit, and in fact parallel incarnations affect each other through this spiritual connection on some degree.
From the point of view of the soul, there is no reincarnation. Meaning that there won’t be another incarnate life after this one, because the soul is by definition, a life, an identity.
There is however an afterlife, which is to say that the soul does not need the body to exist, at least for a time, as experienced by the afterlife soul, possibly understood in a different way as we understand it now.
For the soul there are two outcomes in the afterlife. If the soul is awake, an eventual merging with the other awake souls and awakening into the spirit. This is the apocalypse, where the “dead”, meaning our other lives, raise from the grave to join us. If the soul is asleep or falls asleep (lacks awareness), the result is dissolution. A second death.
Another way that can end up with a second death is if the soul is in conflict with the values of the spirit, meaning it can’t enter in energetic resonance with it and remains forever repressed, as a shadow. This eventually leads to loss of awareness and death. This is another way to see the fate of those who fail the so-called life review, a judgement that is passed by none other than ourselves as spirit. All this is explained with a concept of time that is not really there, but I haven’t found a way to conceptualize it otherwise.
According to various scriptures, the merging of souls can be conflictive, akin to a sudden reveal of all the repressed shadow issues throughout several lifetimes that must be reintegrated by the spirit in order to become whole.
In other words, the same great work we do as souls, we do on a grander scale as spirits. The ultimate consequence of failing to do this great work is oblivion, sleep. We see this in incarnate souls all around us. Energy, however, cannot be destroyed. Our worst fate instead would be to become stale and empty, senile for eternity.
Anonymous 2019-08-08 04:34:47 No. 3267
Many of the terms I don't agree with at all, (apocalypse? not really) but I suppose I agree with everything that you're saying.
>Another way that can end up with a second death is if the soul is in conflict with the values of the spirit, meaning it can’t enter in energetic resonance with it and remains forever repressed, as a shadow. This eventually leads to loss of awareness and death. This is another way to see the fate of those who fail the so-called life review, a judgement that is passed by none other than ourselves as spirit.
That is an apt description and even applies to when 'certain shadows' partake in predatory behavior, so to speak...
However another thing that can happen is if an isolation, a connection that has been terminated, can create it's own connection to the source by perhaps developing the identity into it's own unique vibrations through a new creative force connecting to the source... But obviously it would just be connecting to a higher intermediate point if anything, as that would be the only way to 'bypass' a connection to a higher spirit...
>In other words, the same great work we do as souls, we do on a grander scale as spirits. The ultimate consequence of failing to do this great work is oblivion, sleep. We see this in incarnate souls all around us. Energy, however, cannot be destroyed. Our worst fate instead would be to become stale and empty, senile for eternity
No matter how dark it gets, there's always a spark ready to happen somewhere! Ready to create new light, and more shadows...
Anonymous 2019-08-08 05:01:47 No. 3269
Yeah so basically the life a soul experiences is like an interactive movie a spirit has and the spirit feels like doing stuff when the soul resonates with the spirit.
As you described 3 ways that 'your true will' can be recognized; so that's why if you just kind of stop being you, cut off entirely the ego and all biases and all judgmental stuff... How you describe it
>temporarily put aside the incarnate mode of functioning
How I describe it, a kind of spiritual objectivity... at the very least if you just power down enough to get the soul out of the way, then that guarantees resonance with some spirit
Anonymous 2019-08-17 10:55:11 No. 3322
Yes, however Brownpill recently stated something interesting somewhere on Discord. He said that the "powering down", although useful at first to kill off the rogue thoughts that plague the mind at first, eventually becomes a kind of "death meditation".
I understand this in the sense that the soul gets so suppressed, that eventually dies. I have experienced something like this in which I go apathetic for days on end, and need to consciously and almost forcefully stir up some kind of desire or attachment to get out of that alien state of total calm and nothingness.
Meaning that emptying yourself is useful, but doesn't seem to be a valid objective in itself (unless you want to pursue that path of dissolution) for living in this world. It is useful to tear down the soul that has grown like weeds in a garden, without direction, for all our mundane life. But after that plot of land is empty and clean, it should be sown with something before the soil becomes sterile and dead.
I'd like to hear Brownpill's thoughts on this as well.