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Psychosis and Enlightenment (The Truth)

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posted on Sep, 28 2016 @ 12:44 PM
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Psychosis is the breakdown of the persona and destabilization of the psychological mind, it's the fertile ground for awakening and possibly enlightenment, but it's not enlightenment itself. A disorienting, delusional state which holds the possibility of transitioning either into another persona or into full awareness of being. Psychosis is all mind, enlightenment is completely unrelated to the psychological mind, it's transcendence of the mind all together.

However without proper guidance, understanding and support, it's nearly impossible for awakening to flower within one who has the good fortune of experiencing it.
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posted on Oct, 14 2016 @ 02:04 AM
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originally posted by: BlavatskyChannel
Many people see Psychosis as a mental illness but unless you have experienced it in the way i have you will never know how close it resembles numerous new age descriptions on enlightenment.

Because you have experienced 'psychosis', does not mean that you have any notion of 'Enlightenment'.
'Descriptions' are attempted by those who do not Know, have no experience!
It is not possible to 'understand'!
There are no Enlightened psychotics!

Enlightenment = unconditional Love!

All forms of 'health'; mental, physical, emotional, spiritual... are based on the ability to Love!
Love/Enlightenment is the antithesis of psychosis/illness!

True, unconditional Love (although not 'understandable/definable') is ALWAYS Known by It's unconditional Virtues; Compassion, Empathy, Sympathy, Gratitude, Humility, Charity (charity is never taking more than your share of anything, ever!), Honesty, Happiness, Faith...
ALWAYS!
Nothing psychotic in there! No room! *__-

tat tvam asi (en.wikipedia.org...)



posted on Oct, 14 2016 @ 03:37 AM
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originally posted by: namelesss
True, unconditional Love (although not 'understandable/definable') is ALWAYS Known by It's unconditional Virtues; Compassion, Empathy, Sympathy, Gratitude, Humility, Charity (charity is never taking more than your share of anything, ever!), Honesty, Happiness, Faith...

It seems as if you have placed conditions on the unconditional.
Unconditional means that everything is included not just certain virtues - everything, including rape and murder.
This (that is) is the unconditional space which allows everything to arise - everything!
If it was just the good stuff that is allowed then it is not unconditional.



posted on Oct, 14 2016 @ 08:00 AM
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I'm not sure if this can be applied here but interesting to think about none the less:
Must One Risk Madness to Achieve Enlightenment?



posted on Oct, 15 2016 @ 01:36 AM
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originally posted by: Itisnowagain

originally posted by: namelesss
True, unconditional Love (although not 'understandable/definable') is ALWAYS Known by It's unconditional Virtues; Compassion, Empathy, Sympathy, Gratitude, Humility, Charity (charity is never taking more than your share of anything, ever!), Honesty, Happiness, Faith...

It seems as if you have placed conditions on the unconditional.
Unconditional means that everything is included not just certain virtues - everything, including rape and murder.
This (that is) is the unconditional space which allows everything to arise - everything!
If it was just the good stuff that is allowed then it is not unconditional.


Nope. Read it again. Unconditional Love has 'unconditional qualities' that are always found.
As does the conditional insanity of the ego.
(Why are you nitpicking like that?)



posted on Oct, 15 2016 @ 04:38 AM
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a reply to: namelesss

Read it again.

Rather than just repeat what you have already stated, please show me how I am wrong.

(Why are you nitpicking like that?)

You see it as nitpicking but here it is the need for clarity - what do you mean by 'unconditional'? because 'unconditional' here means everything included (not certain qualities).




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posted on Oct, 15 2016 @ 06:53 PM
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originally posted by: Itisnowagain
a reply to: namelesss
what do you mean by 'unconditional'? because 'unconditional' here means everything included (not certain qualities).

Example;
'unconditional';
unconditional Love means Loving without discrimination, without the duality of 'subject/object'.
Same for all the 'unconditional Virtues'; Charity, Honesty, Faith, etc...
'Unconditional' = Holistic rather than dualistic.




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