posted on Oct, 18 2015 @ 06:15 PM
a reply to: onequestion
Can you extrapolate?
Yes, but I am not sure that I'll be very great at it since I myself struggle to get there. But let me try.
I've been a practicing buddhist for more than 10 years. Is a wonderful philosophy and way of life, and I learned and experienced so much I couldn't
describe in a whole book. Yet I never get past a certain point, so I ended up thinking that everybody gets it except me so maybe something is wrong
with me. I got stuck.
Because all the time I wanted more than just feeling positive. All was great, high vibrations, wonderful friends, but I always felt that there should
be more. Something beyond that and bigger than all that.
Then someone here at ATS pointed me one day to one specific video. And everything clicked into place. Since then (maybe 3 years) there wasn't one day
I didn't listen to this guy on youtube; if I have no time or mood during the day I go to sleep with him talking into my ipod. Is all I ever needed and
I will ever need. I feel like I am one step away from the final destination. I am saving money in the hope that one day I would be able to meet him
and take that final step.
I can only point you to the same video, is a 10 min video. If you listen with an open mind you may understand what I am talking about. If you don't
then no harm done; I don't believe in "one size fits all"phylosophies and I think that everyone should find the path that fits them best. But what he
is talking about is the same truth found in the major school of spirituality: the emptiness, the higher self, the god within. Or shortly that "there
is no spoon".
And the next one is my all time favorite, all I need to have my vibrations go through the roof, so to speak.
I hope that it will help in some way.
Have great evening