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  1. Valentine's Day Sucks!!!

    What's more important : to love or to be loved?
  2. According to the standards of ancient greek culture in which the philosophical definition of Eros was born, it was desirable for a mature man to have a child lover ( a young boy) to have sex with and to teach him about life. That bond would be defined with the philosophical concept of eros, but today we should probably rely on the more pragmatic psychological definitions of pedophilia and child abuse. Considering that, I don't think that it's desirable to rely on an ancient definition of something that we can currently experience, observe and define with our own cultural standards.
  3. In my opinion, that's just the general shallow understanding of love which permeates our most basic human nature. The causes and general process of falling in love are explained by modern science. So, to contribute positively in this thread I'll just say that one doesn't need much more than a photo to understand if he/she wants to have sex with a particular individual. We have this shallow understanding of love, a brief talk and a little step further would be to formalize the intention of not having sex with those outside the relationship. Love is born. That's what people call love: when you feel something missing in you and you expect to get it from someone else who happens to be the object of your sexual desire. Real love is something else.
  4. Could people start contacting their clones?

    Jesus was the son of one of the Elohim. The greek word for "God" is Theoi and it has roots in the greek word for "guardian, observer". Elohim was not a single individual, but many; Elohim were leaders of nations. The face of Jesus is not like an Elohim because is half-breed. Elohim created a lot of issues on this planet. Jesus was actually a person that went from the heavenly system call-center office (lifetime telephone marketing device operation office) to the baby program. Every clone of Jesus usually holds 6th rank higher clergy rank after 66 years(with at least 49 (7*7) good consecutive years on the evaluation). Sometimes he get violations on his evaluation. Jesus was remotely killed by Alexander the Great. The Alexander operation that the call-center office has on the server. Alexander the Great killed Jesus so he could be named "the great" like Charlemagne. There were a number of individuals named "the great". They all come from the same heavenly office. Did you verify with your phones or tablet ?
  5. Could people start contacting their clones?

    Reading the history of Siddhartha Guatama, I see that this person was definitely a little bit unconventional, but I'll surely verify that with my phones. I love the history of Siddhartha Guatama. Shiva/Elohim are 303 different individuals, Shiva being one and Elohim being 302 different gods. They created a lot of things and paths on the planet. The only things that exist for sure are the yellow eyes/orange eyes/white eyes and the sleep levels. All of these paths involved moving in a certain direction. The movement builds muscle mass and purify the body. Jesus got thrown in jail just 200 decades ago for being the leader of a bloodthirsty messianic movement by using the illusion office from the heavenly system. He usually calls in the mass ritual. This person is an issue for the minds of many; he went bad a long time ago. But I love the history of Siddhartha Guatama.
  6. I'd like to be an Enlightened Immortal Healer Sorcerer Wizard, but not an Enlightened Immortal Healer Sorcerer Shaman Wizard.
  7. People crave love, pursue sex and rarely understand how to rely on the latter to get the former. A spiritual seeker feels lonely by definition.
  8. Sufi cultivation

    Is that advaita vedanta? How it fits with the idea of different spiritual bodies that can be used separately as vehicles for consciousness (like Astral bodies, etc..) ? In any case, Wytfang is talking about his own eclectic spiritual adventures and I'm pretty sure that he's not a sufi by any standards. In order to be a sufi, one must be Muslim. You can't be a sufi if you don't accept that Allah is the only God and Mohammed is his prophet. Period. This non-sense talking about an eclectic tradition with spiritual gatherings with Buddhas, Jesus and golden unicorns is surely not sufism.
  9. Sufi cultivation

    Hi Wytfang, Are you entirely sure of being inside a real sufi order? Are there real physical human beings or is it everything in the "spirit" world? I have the strong impression that whatever you're doing has nothing to do with real sufism. But you probably have some inner resonance with sufism and to meet a real living tradition would be very beneficial to you.
  10. From a neurological perspective, this is the act of consciously triggering tactile sensations between the eyebrows and causing subtle muscle tensions in the area that are used as a meditation object. Basically, you're stimulating an area of your brain that has nothing to do with visions and eyes. To open the third eye is not as easy as concentrating on a body part... the process requires the exercise of visualization and memory to stimulate the proper areas of the brain. The so-called feeling of internal energies is totally irrelevant in third eye development.
  11. Sufi cultivation

    Hello, I have questions too, but they're generally difficult to answer for sufi. I like to gain a general understanding of a matter before delving into details and specific approach to cultivation. Therefore, I'd like to have a brief exoteric overview of the underlying philosophy of your school. Also, if you feel comfortable to share the name of your order, that would be great. My first question has to do with Islam and more specifically with its prophet. What do you think of the prophet Muhammed? Is he to be taken as an example of perfect conduct? Should a sufi sincerely hope to act in life as the prophet Mohammad would? What are the most important written sources of spiritual guidance besides the Quran?
  12. Are enlightened people impotent?

    Yes, I've heard people talking of tantric deity practice as a form of controlled spirit possession in which the personality of the practitioner changes slowly over the years. Before manifesting actual magical powers, one needs to practice consistently every day for months or years. In certain occasions, it's necessary for the act to acquire the typical traits of traditional shamanic possessions, such as in public healing rituals, etc... Generally, nothing dramatic happens and one has plenty of time to discontinue the process. The practice introduce the concept of cultivation of magical powers through a sustained effort on a disciplined ritualistic path in which visualization, intent, concentration and trance states are simultaneously cultivated from day one to the days of death. Daily practice has a critical role. The devotion segments of the mind are naturally cultivated. You end up believing it deeply after some time. No escapes. Generally, tantric practitioners balance themselves by adding more deities to their personal practice. It's an highly effective approach and tantric magicians tend to be quite powerful, but it's really too demanding for people like me.
  13. Are enlightened people impotent?

    This is a good point. The hare Krishna devotees follow the philosophy of theistic vedanta which is not as cool as advaita vedanta and therefore less known. Rather than taking Krishna as an example ( like the Christians do with Jesus who shared a dogmatic fully human nature), they consider themselves like the gopi (milkmaids) who's sole purpose in life is to convince God to have metaphorical sex with them... In tantric Buddhism, there's a peculiar component that it's called taking the form of the deity... that could be traced all the way back to a form of spirit possession. Actually, in many forms of tantric Buddhism, it is still spirit possession. Those enlightened deities have sexual attributes and a lot of pictures seem to emphasize the fact they are sexually active. Heretic Islam still needs to be recognized as Islam. Better not to talk too much about it...
  14. Are enlightened people impotent?

    If you look at certain tantric deities, the so called yab-yum couples... you may notice that they appear to be fully functional. Those deities are supposed to be enlightened. So, if you get tantric Buddhist enlightenment, you're given a lotus seat, various sun and moon disk mandalas and a consort for sex.