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    Default Waking up

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zWh11S7E-I"]Wake up[/YOUTUBE]

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    Waking Up from the Bhagwan

    Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh was a murderous crook and a hypnotist.

    So all we need to do is wake up from the Bhagwan.

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    Yeah, Bhagwan got that got that sneaky snake eye action going on.

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    Ironically, the slowness of his speech is about to make me crash.

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    puts you in a nice...soothing...trance...

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    Aum....

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    The Trap

    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    puts you in a nice...soothing...trance...
    What is amazing is that so many educated, well off people fell under Bhagwan's spell.

    I attended a workshop of the Bhagwan in Sydney, Australia but right away I smelled a rat.

    And I was right, for the Bhagwan went on to have a global criminal career.

    And even today we find wealthy educated Westerners who swear by him.

    For when we are in a trance our critical minds go to sleep.

    And this is true of the trance of Bhagwan as it is true of the MBTI trance. Both trances put our critical minds to sleep.

    At first this is experienced as a relief, but after a while we find we are in a trap where criticism of the Bhagwan or MBTI is not permitted.

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    I don't know anything about him but he strikes me as a sick fuck.

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    When I think of waking up, I think of pinching myself in a dream. The assumption is that the pain of being pinched would wake us up from being asleep. When we're awake and dreaming, even when we don't know it, how would I wake myself up? Interrupt the dream state. Except, we really have no way of knowing what is reality and what is a dream, just like a sleeping dream, the two are mixed together.

    We should assume it's all a dream, and interrupt all of our perceptions knowing that what is real will continue. Allow your thoughts to complete and extinguish themselves without creating new ones for just a few moments... 10-20 seconds... and you'll see the difference between what is the present reality and what is your perception of it.

    Just like a dream is an interpretation, all the thoughts and feelings we create, and only realize are there when we stop producing them are one step away from reality as it is. They are our own reality, consisting of reality itself and our own flawed and sometimes very unhealthy perception of it.

    So to wake up, pinch yourself in this way. What we think and feel, interpret and imagine is a way to inspire creativity and entirely new ideas in reality, but not a way for us to learn about reality as it is.

    When we wake up from the dream in those 10-20 seconds, we are struck with the stark contrast between what we thought was, and what actually is, and in the way a potted plant will grow towards a source of sunlight we grow towards this true and accurate understanding of reality

    I don't know anything about this guy except what I see, but light and truth bounces indefinitely, it can be seen almost anywhere and once you learn to recognize light from dark you don't even need to question the source.

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    You write center and I write centre.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyNoLimits View Post
    I don't know anything about this guy except what I see, but light and truth bounces indefinitely, it can be seen almost anywhere and once you learn to recognize light from dark you don't even need to question the source.
    If we hide Bhagwan's history, we are his shills.

    In the same way that Americans are the shills of Noah Webster.

    For Noah Webster was an American revolutionary who hid the history of English from Americans in his Webster's American Dictionary.

    And so Noah made every American a shill for the revolution.

    Why even your last President, George W. Bush said, "The French don't even have a word for entrepreneur".

    And every time an American writes, "center", they forget that, "centre", comes from the French. So the centre cannot hold and mere revolution is loosed upon the world.

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