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Phatbeets

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 8:45:47 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
#1 If you such then you're the only you can blame

#2 Get back on your meds witha quickness before you end up maniac on the street like
a bump or they put you directly in the looney bin.

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Phatbeets

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 8:46:24 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
*suck

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Phatbeets

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 11:55:58 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
If they don't work why is he an insane schitzo when he stops taking them

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Lit Jagger

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:09:09 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
Because western culture is pure evil. Schitzos are shamans in tribal cultures . I would of being taken and learnt how to conquer the craziness without spell work according to an African shaman that saw future healers stuck in medical hospitals also there's articles about schitzos having more DMT in their blood. I've seen shadows of fairifairies , large shadow insects on my wall crawling. I can remote view sometimes like looking at people, places and documents with my eyes closed. All this while I'm sane. I'm really psychic I just cant see into past or future, only the present and other dimensions . I've seen myself in the mirror with my eyes closed. I'm not the mafucka to fuck around with in the astral world

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Lit Jagger

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:14:36 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
Why do you think I use stones so much ? Not cuz of negative energy or positive. It amplifies my psi. Last time I used one I closed my eyes and saw rainbow lights and rainbow objects then saw sentences flash up. Either I was reading documents, akashic records or messages by higher beings. Project Stargate in the army used to use remote viewing to spy and read documents by other nations .

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:16:23 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for amun1ra1ptah

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Lit Jagger

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:19:05 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
All the psychic science came from the moors when they came into Spain. They learned it in Egyptian temples and taught crystal ball gazing, rune stones , tarot cards to the Europeans who kept it after they fled Spain . Eastern Europeans then used the science such as vlad the impaler who was in the order of the dragon, but all the science originated in Africa

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:36:09 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for aeokq   Click Here to Email aeokq
Ramblings from a stupid broke schizo. Go take your meds faggot.

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Phatbeets

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 1:50:47 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Noice!

So you completely go without meds again?

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Lit Jagger

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 2:06:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
Hell no, i have to take meds, reality is crazy , I'm not ready for it. Meds help me stay in this illusion we call Maya or the holographic universe. Without meds I see thru the Maya, its not something your brain can handle because your brain is your enemy and gives you a false perception

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Lit Jagger

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 2:09:18 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
MAYA: THE CONCEPT OF ILLUSION
JUNE 25, 2015 HRODRIGUES
Maya is the term for “cosmic/worldly-illusion,” “multiplicity,” “that which is not” within the Hindu religion. Though Maya’s etymology is unclear, we can trace through the ancient scriptures and texts to discover its origin and its myriad of meanings and uses.

In early Vedic literature, specifically the Rg Veda, we see the term is used to represent “intelligence,” (prajna/buddhi) “extraordinary power,” and “deception” (kapata) in its simple and compound forms. This idea was developed and conveyed to humanity by the God Indra, who took on many forms with his Maya or “extraordinary willpower”, in which he did marvelous things that mortal humans could not comprehend. Since his “extraordinary willpower” defies normal human understanding, it is considered a phenomenon and we accept it as a form of “deception” from what we think we know as true, or what we are familiar with (see Shastri 10-11). In other Vedic scripture such as the Atharvaveda, the term has more influence as a supernatural element, portraying Maya as “great illusion” and “magic” in which embodies a person and the world. In the Brahmanas the word is again used for “intelligence” (prajna/buddhi). In the Upanishads, the grand philosophical texts that have been sometimes used to describe the esoteric values of the Vedas as a whole, we see the term expand its illusionary meaning to “cosmic illusion”. The Upanishads also recognize Maya as something the Atman creates and controls, thus being deluded by multiplicity that arises from within the self. There is only one true reality, and all plurality and multiplicity is Maya which the Atman creates. The Sankhya philosophy identifies Maya with Prakrti (primordial matter) as the source of the universe, with the distinct difference that the latter is real. It is the equilibrium of the three qualities of Sattva, Rajas and Tamas. (Shastri 29). The Sankhya philosophy tells us that Maya’s influence on humankind is through the use of the three gunas. Maya appeals to our senses, and through the three gunas we become deluded by matter, energy, mass and mistakenly take them to be something on their own.

Maya was conveyed in early Vedic literature, specifically the Rg Veda and Atharvaveda, by describing “the one reality” “Brahman,” and “Atman”. The term is conveyed not through literal use at first, but by the representation of multiplicity, deception or illusion from the one true reality, Brahman. Maya is something that embodies the Atman and deludes it by believing that we are something entirely on it’s own, independent of Brahman. The early story of Svetaketu is a prime example; it shows how after Svetaketu completed his sacred education, he remained conceited, pedantic and opinionated. As this was also apparent to his father, his father asked him firstly whether he learned anything about the unheard being heard, the unseen being seen. Svetaketu failed to respond and asked for his fathers knowledge, his father said, “My son, as everything made of clay is known by a single clump of clay, being nothing more then a modification of speech, a change, a name, while the clay in the only truth” (see Gough 43). Maya embodies Atman and Brahman, and creates an illusion to the cosmic perspective. Knowing the many is being deluded, knowing the one is vanquishing the many. Every atom, molecule, cell, being, planet is all multiplicity from the One. As Indian philosophers say: if we know Brahman, we know all things (Gough 43). In the Upanishads Maya is the appearance that distinguishes all from true reality. He who sees as it were a plurality actually existing is never saved, but is over and over the subject to the pangs of birth and death in this samsara. The conception of Maya exhibits itself in such passages clearly, and yet many do not see it (Shastri 56). A high point of the Upanishads was that the reference to an “other”, which was a broad reference to anything in our daily natural lives, which is in turn multiplicity, was meant to be meaningless because anything that which is multiplied cannot be Brahman or the One. It also perceived that with multiplicity, no one true meaning can exist. For something to exist independently of Brahman would imply that it has another purpose or meaning that Brahman does not, which is false because Brahman is the only true reality (see Shastri 38-39)

The Atman is the ultimate goal and reality in life within the Hindu tradition. The Atman is the true self and the only self. It is said to be waiting just beneath the skin, waiting to be discovered. Maya embodies Atman and deludes the self into believing our natural realms of multiplicity are independent from the self. Not only does Maya’s illusion extend externally, it also confuses humans to recognize with their bodies and their identities, mistaking them as our own and independent from the One true reality. In the Upanishads, Atman is sometimes used to represent the earth, water, wind, men, and the natural world. This unity shows how all beings, elements and things are Atman. Atman can be seen as pure consciousness, unifying your conscious with the one of Brahmans, which is true consciousness. This means that all things exist only so far as they are my consciousness, which is a unity; hence the multiplicity, which seems to exist independent of my consciousness, is not real but only a mere name (Shastri 63). Maya embodies Atman, because all cows, earth, men, wind are portions of our conscious, but Maya confuses our Atman into believing they are entirely creations and beings on their own. This extends into our interaction with people, believing that being is completely independent from you. We believe he is he, she is she, they are they, I am only I, and all I can ever be is I. This is false, we are all Brahman, and we are deluded into seeing and believing plurality. Maya inspires a chain of events that are extremely hard to stop once they have begun. We begin becoming attached to the elements, such as fine metal and jewels, our aesthetics, what makes us unique and individual, where we reside, what we eat, how we are represented, how others think of us, the clothes we where, our status, etc. All these things are brought on by our multiplicity and continuously take us farther and farther away from the true One reality. People who latch onto plurality or multiplicity do not achieve liberation, and will continue the cycle of samsara until their lives are filled with understanding and desire to unify one self.

It is by a multiple concentration that the one self assumes the aspect of a multitude of selves, and it is by a multiple exclusive concentration that it loses sight, in each self, of its identity with the other selves and with the self of all selves. The result is avidya, the great ignorance, the thick veil hiding from us not only our true self but also a broad tangle of subliminal influences both acting on us and exerted by us (Mohrhoff 6).

Avidya is used in Vedic philosophy subjectively to represent the natural form and matter of the world that we perceive, distinguishing self from non-self, and then leading into preferences, likes and dislikes, egoism and more. Avidya is different from Maya because it is referring to the process of not knowing our true self, being ignorant and unwise due to Maya’s illusion, and not representing the illusion itself, only the process of forgetting our true nature. When one discovers his Atman, Avidya is destroyed along with Maya freeing himself from the cycle of samsara and realizing one’s true self.

Moksa or Mukti is the central concept in Hinduism and refers to the liberation from Maya’s illusion, the freedom of the cycle of samsara and the unification with Brahman. Thus all things melt into the original self, as the darkness faints and melts away before the rising sun. Its fictitiously limiting mind with all its modes has been dissolved, and the soul is the Self again; the jar is broken, and the ether that was in it is one with the one and undivided ether, from which the jar once seemed to sever it. The sage has seen the Self, and passed into oneness with it, lost like a drop in water (see Gough 60). Moksha is also known as Nirvana in the other heterodox Indian philosophies such as Buddhism and Jainism. Once a person is liberated, enjoying the glory of enlightenment, they seek to help others also unify with the self. Thus liberated from metempsychosis, but still living in the body, the sage is untouched by merit and de-merit, unsoiled by sinful works, uninjured by what he has done and by what he has left undone, unimplicated in his actions good or evil (Gough 61).

Maya is an extremely crucial and frequently misunderstood concept within Hinduism. Maya is the cosmic illusion which arises from the self’s consciousness which uses the three gunas of nature to delude us from what we truly are, giving us the idea that we are entirely independent and separate from anything else. Maya is multiplicity on every level, from a microscopic level of atoms to the universal size of planets; it is all in some shape or form, a variation and change to the “One” true reality and given its own identity. Maya develops ignorance, termed Avidya, which signifies the descent into the delusion, where we are completely lost from our Atman, even though he is just beneath the skin. Maya encompasses Brahman, therefore it encompasses our whole existence, everything we perceive is a creation of Maya and only with mental fortitude and spiritual willpower may we free ourselves from this ever-repeating cycle of samsara and illusion from the one. Once Maya has faded from our perception and we are finally realizing Atman and seeing the true reality of existence, we have achieved the state of moksa, the highest state of consciousness and existence within most Hindu religions. Maya is the necessary opposite to moksa, for without the delusion, there is nothing for one to realize.

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Phatbeets

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 4:57:27 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
I dont say this is not interesting for peeps who are into that but explain why dont focus on something completely different. The way I see it this has the potential to make you even more nuts than you already are.

If, like you say, you dont have any mom issues, than why dont you fuck off for good from the nest? why not going to another country and work e.g. in the tourism branch, something outside in the mountains or on the ocean. You have literally no responsibility and nothing that ties you here. I'll never understand why you don't make this move.

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 5:58:18 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for anti-stunna
This fucking 40 year old gap tooth reject is one of the weirdest fools on the internet ever.

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Tadow

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posted Saturday, September 02, 2017 8:36:54 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Tadow
I havent feed them in 4 days or gave em water in 3 days. My family doesnt want them here, trying to have em leave to get fed somewhere else

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LiquidDo$e

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posted Sunday, September 03, 2017 11:04:27 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for LiquidDo$e
Smoke some DMT bro....for real, it will help for a bit. Then just don't forget to remember....

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Lit Jagger

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posted Sunday, September 03, 2017 11:36:35 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
I cant take hallucenegenics (however you spell it) I'm schitzo

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NoHeadlights

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posted Saturday, September 09, 2017 2:15:42 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for NoHeadlights
Medication is for pussys

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posted Saturday, September 23, 2017 1:01:13 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for theoriginaldipper
i dont believe in psych meds.

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