• Six reverse advice

    1. Before you believe — learn how to prayBelief is a permanent state rooted in prayer. The other way around, if the prayer is rooted in belief, you’re only playing a trick on life, a way of cheating the experience by removing yourself from it, by proclaiming your divine ancestry and complaining about the temptation of the […]

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  • Thou shall not know thyself

    The religious knot I had no idea until yesterday there is such a thing called “religious trauma syndrome”. I am going trough it and had no idea it existed. Damn, life is interesting sometimes. However, with no name to name it I had my thoughts about the thing. Talking and writing appears to be best […]

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  • Religion without the dogma

    People should be free to go to hell. Any religious institution which is so heavily preoccupied with the greater good of humankind, that in effect takes away the right to go to hell, commits in its own turn a terrible sin against the divine inside each human, while the leaders of such an institution are directly […]

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  • The Beatitudes And The Samsara

    How Jesus described karma and dharma in a few sentences Oh, hard brain stretch ahead. This is a sort of a brain fever but, a while ago, it broke a lot of conditioning inside me, which the baptism I never asked for instilled. So, we’re at the top of the carousel, here we go. Blessed […]

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  • How to handle time

    “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor playerThat struts and frets his hour upon the stage,And then is heard no more. It is a taleTold by an idiot, full of sound and fury,Signifying nothing.” Macbeth, W. S. Live in the present. Think of the future. Learn from the past. We humans do not have monolithic existences. […]

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  • Here is how to be your best self

    This time in lyrics and more. Control yourself but neverDeny yourself. Loose yourself butProtect yourself. Apply yourself don’tDo it yourself. Touch yourself butKeep it to yourself. Grab yourself andSave yourself. Be yourself butSuit yourself. Work with yourself toExpress yourself. Contain yourself but don’tKick yourself. Top yourself but don’tFuck yourself. Validate yourself but don’tPraise yourself. Push […]

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  • How to be your best self

    Control yourself but neverDeny yourself. Loose yourself butProtect yourself. Apply yourself don’tDo it yourself. Touch yourself butKeep it to yourself. Grab yourself andSave yourself. Be yourself butSuit yourself. Work with yourself toExpress yourself. Contain yourself but don’tKick yourself. Top yourself but don’tFuck yourself. Validate yourself but don’tPraise yourself. Push yourself thenTreat yourself. Help yourself toLove […]

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  • Step into the loop

    I am made of things I know, about the things I know.If you strip away the things I know, about the things I know,I am left only with the things I know — which keep me alive, but I will not be me anymore,I will just be It. Many times I see the It. Many times I seethe me […]

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  • Be sure to ask questions, the brain loves them

    They say that to build an online following you need to write about one topic, and only one. I can’t do that. But I could say I do have one topic: questions! Questions I am asking myself. Here is a long list with the answers I got. Existentialist answers: Step into the loopI am smarter […]

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  • Frustum

    There is no cause and effect, just synchronicity. The legend of Atlantis is as current as possible. Be it that a feeling of your notion of truth penetrates the legend, and you start to perceive it as a historical fact, be it that your reason using the esoteric method and unravel the meaning of the […]

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