Getting out of my comfort zone, coming back to my roots.

“I am going to go to the root of all my adult self’s birthing, and I am probably going to cry my eyes out just like now, in a state of wonder at the way the world works, awe for the beauty in tragedy, and gratitude for the drastic removal of the need for comfort in my life so that I may be free to actually live it.”

A guide for insomniacs.

Seeing your own mental garbage for what it is, is a part of your insomniac teaching. It is not easy, but essential to understand that you have a mental dumping zone that you are not dealing with, because you do not know how.

Either you’re CRAZY or I have enraged you! A look into Passive – Aggression.

Sympathy, is giving somebody an excuse for behaving cruelly, that is care-taking not love.

I don’t like sympathy, sympathy is believing that a person has limitations to wellness. To find true sympathy, the word has to change into compassion. One must be honest, something rage blind spots prevent. Being honest means going to Ego jail, soul searching, feeling all the horrible embarrassment of your own actions, and then your awareness, humility and heartfelt wish to become more than this can lead to the gold in the dragon cave — awareness and comfort no matter what.

Passive or Active Meditation?

The awakened mind is vast and complex, held by universal energy laws that the regular waking mind struggles to understand, and therefor, one would reconsider giving the regular waking mind the driving seat in unknown conscious territory. It is more useful to let the regular waking mind fall into a state of observation and even wonder. Like watching a captivating movie. The regular waking mind could be seen then as a sponge, a data base of all experiences. For the untrained mind, experiences which are non-physical, energetic, sensational, intuitive, explorative, clairvoyant and beyond the scope of human physical capability are often buried by the regular waking mind. Think of this phenomena, the mind/split, like a spam box for everything outside of basic physical understanding. The awakened mind, the entire point of meditation, is to have access to the capabilities of your soul, and understand the spiritual essence of one’s human life.