how do yo care and not care?

>feeling good, going strong
>weight of the world accumulates for weeks because of its declined state
>binge drink
Do I just stop caring about the world, like wtf. It's just not healthy for me, thinking about the decline and materialism of things leads to binge drink coping eventually, not caring leads to nihilism that leads to downing a bottle of vodka even more regularly so not caring is even worse and would make me end up dead like Watts or something.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Feeling good, going strong
    >Weight of the world accumulates for years because of its declined state
    >Stop worrying about things that are out of your control
    >Focus on yourself and your own life
    >Feeling good, going strong

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Try figuring out why you care in the first place. It´s probobly because you´re scared or some lame shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I grow pretty paranoid about the interdimensional entity of evil affecting this world and the souls in it including mine. The materialism of people I care about affects me because I fear for their afterlife considering how completely ill prepared they will be. And when I have moments of trying to help I feel an intense negative force targeting me like "you always try to let us go of you but have no right to make others do so too" type of feeling from them, if I persevere they begin entering my dreams and every night becomes hell until I binge drink to dull myself and stop trying to help people. These negative forces often "tell" me shit like "you are the same as us, that is why you can see what they can not" in these dreams and it fricks me up because I hate their parasitism and illusions, I'm not like them.
      I also just get tired of the constant psychic and media attacks and from the fact that we live in a world of spirits but are surrounded by humans who do not even dare to discuss that fact. All of this just accumulates into a mental weight that I flush out with alcohol 2-3 times a month.
      I care because the global state affects me and everyone else.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        You´ve buried yourself in a mountain of details to cover up the essence of your fears. I suggest you keep asking why things are as they are in this world until you can answer it, in your own words, with between 5-10 words.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >why things are as they are in this world
          >5-10 words
          okay?
          Evil is real, feeds on good, has grown drastically.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Why is evil real?
            Why does it feed on good?
            Why does it grow?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            ok again a difficult questions without much of a dialogue from you but I'd answer with the system close to the late Platonist Proclus. Evil isn't just an absence of good but something real feeding on the good, as a parasite it doesn't live on its own so it has to feed on the good making it a derivative of sorts.
            Souls are still in some way responsible for what they commit to doing, when multiple souls commit evil parasitic deeds onto others it becomes easier for parasites to feed on the trauma of both the victims and perpetrators, one reason for producing growth. So I for example attempt to rather harm myself over others, but this still harms me and that is a problem.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You´re so sure that your conclusions are correct you´ve closed your mind completly. If you´re looking for a saviour I suggest you join the nobody general or go leave.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            you asked for my opinion, then you project a false opinion of me as truth before finally coping with some rent free meme idea in your head, projecting yet another false thing onto me. Just vile but I think you might understand me better by self reflecting on what you just did.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I. cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Do you have a chic tattoo of that somewhere? Maybe with in a cool font with birds or clocks or something?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    For me drinking isn’t that big of a deal because I don’t drink hard liquor and it’s also an expensive habit. So that’s kept me from saving up money over the past 5-6 years is that oil spending 100~ a week roughly on alcohol but I had some crazy shit happen so I get to do what I want. I will stop drinking when the time is right but I obviously don’t get drunk at work but I think getting drunk seems easy to people when it’s actually fricking expensive unless you are a homeless

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    That's because your soul is trying to separate the unreal from the real. Right now most people see them mixed together and don't know how to separate it.
    Let's say you eat a pizza. The "pizza" and the idea of "eating pizza" are both unreal. But the experience is real.

    So, apply that to stuff in the world. All that matters is consciousness.
    If someone is being harmed then the idea of them "being harmed" is unreal. But any experience of suffering involved is real.

    The unreal shouldn't be taken seriously. All the crap about "wars", "politics", etc is all unreal and shouldn't be taken seriously.
    But any negative experiences which derive from them (in our ignorance) should be taken seriously.
    Now if you're thinking:
    >But if I want to avoid a negative experience I have to pay attention to the thing which causes it
    That's the matrix talking. I'm not saying if you ignore it you won't have the bad experience... I'm saying that awakening at this level of ignorance is like being in 2 worlds at once. Part of you knows you have to play the game, but that in and of itself should be seen as the real problem.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      this reminds me of when I did an edible (was just experimenting, not a pothead at all) and basically got karmically punished because of very negative thoughts and fricked up stories I had written as a way to cope with the messed up intrusive thoughts I had and childhood trauma. The stories were real in the sense that my thoughts were real and therefore harming my consciousness, heart, other souls connected to me and the higher forms in the realm of ideas. So that made the "unreal" feel very real and hold a lot of meaning.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I'd guess it was the other way around.
        The stories themselves weren't connected with you, but rather that your soul returns to the same place the stories originally emanated from, thus more such things can emanate from that same place and seem "real".

        What is the "story" anyway? Is it a collection of words written on paper? If so then what happens if someone who doesn't know your language read your stories, would it still have power over them? Probably not.
        Obviously it's not just words. So then what is the "story" if not words? It's a conscious state. That's what's real. The "story" is how that conscious state manifests in your specific language (presumably English) and is just the unreal form that emanates.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Only stop caring about things beyond your influence.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm like that, except I don't bother with the worrying about the world part. Feel good, get drunk, go back to feeling good.

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