posted on Jan, 31 2016 @ 03:11 AM
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Well I think that the only true guru is within and books can help with many things around that. There are a lot of them and many of them are wonderful
for broadening prospective. But that is all it is just another prospective. Experiences are what is important and inner realizations, as you hinted
already. But my mind is used by now how to deal with the wired experiences and they don't bother me. The fears were subdued or burned out...well at
least for now I could handle them : )
I just like to read and try what I feel is right for me. But I did not yet come around to shamanism and its advanced techniques and philosophy, so I
thought you could help with that and share some interesting titles but it is ok, I understand what you say ... oh well I give it a good try, at
But you see, I did not have that in mind about you being my guru, they even say a guru comes to the student when he is ready anyway so I have never
searched for one.
And just to be clear and for the record : )
I don't have a problem with drugs, only did it for curiosity a few times. They are a great guide into within if you respect them and have good intent,
the trips can show many stuff. It is a great tool for learning. But I agree this is not needed, but if one wants to take a shortcut in meditation,
that is one way, for me.
Ok enough about me.
I would like to ask you then, what do you think about siddhis? Are they possible in your opinion?
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