If i met siddhartha Gautama

I would punch him in his stupid face and tell him;

You are made of flesh. You bleed. You suffer and live and follow the rules of logic and physics no matter how much you mentally jerk off under your little tree. If you want to "escape being", have a nice day.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP is possessed, do not reply or engage

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yo OP, this guy says you are possessed.
      What do?

    • 1 month ago
      Schizo Retard

      OP is not possessed, young anon, but he is a homosexual

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This

      Let's discuss meditation instead

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Why is it such bullshit and why do people claim magical benefits but only come away with more delusions

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Why is it such bullshit
          Lol
          Lmao even
          https://www.hunimed.eu/news/12-science-based-benefits-of-meditation/#:~:text=Furthermore%2C%20meditation%20has%20also%20been,to%20enhance%20your%20attention%20span.
          I see why science is so heavily guarded by the elite, there's not much anyone can do against hard evidence, especially when it's proven right

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            give an example of literally anything that is provable by evidence

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >science
            Best quality evidence just has it as another placebo
            Note the article doesnt want you to see the original source so you can see the weak experimental controls
            Half of these are super subjective too lmao like "generate kindness" "increase wellbeing""more self awareness"

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >OP is possessed, do not reply or engage
      OP is possessed, do not reply or engage

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      But you replied though.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    (dumbass)
    you just parroted his own views
    >king knocks up queen
    >king questions an oracle the destiny of his unborn child
    >your child will go on to lead a mighty nation OR become a wise sage
    >the king regects the idea of his son becoming a sage so in order to ensure his son properly inherits the throne, the king raises his son among great company, friends and teachers while keeping the untouchables with disease and deformities far away, lavishes him in great food, and disallows him from leaving the castle unattended
    >the child grows up in divine circumstances
    >is set to marry a princess and expand the kingdom
    >sneaks out of the castle unattended for thrills several nights before the wedding
    >sees a sick man for the first time
    >sees a starving man
    >and finally sees a dying man
    >his father even kept the concept of death away from his son
    >the prince is sent into turmoil
    >doesn't see the point in anything anymore
    >returns home and leaves a note
    >the prince needing to experience understanding over his realized mortality fleas the castle never to return
    >walks from this land to that in perpetual starvation recieving instruction from any teacher he could find
    >a lesson on human anatomy didn't satisfy
    >a teacher of astronomy didn't either
    >lessons of philosophy didn't satiate his existential hunger
    >it is said that he received instructions from countless teachers of different fields and not just spiritual, but of sciences and practical crafts too. the art of self mutilation for a higher calling was one of his psychotic mentors. he did not deny any teacher no matter how grandiose, lowly, or unstable they were

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >but the man did not find his answer in any of that so he just kept walking refusing food that was offered to him (he ate fallen fruit or fallen leaves)
    >others became drawn to him, and followed
    >now a feeble man
    >it is during a monsoon season, time to hunker down until the monsoons end, but he keeps walking
    >crossing a dangerous river
    >makes it halfway
    >the body is failing him
    >unable to muster anymore energy to move forward or backward he braces against the current
    >the half-hearted followers watch on not daring to tread the waters
    >in some stories it was just a few moments while in other stories he stood in the wake of the torrent for a very long time
    >at this point he had already been starved for many many days. it is said that here Gautama may have considered giving up and letting the current take him while also struggling internally with everything in his life that lead to that point and why he would even fight against the flood
    >in his pondering he realized.. SOMETHING
    >the realization gave him a boost of energy
    >he struggles in his own wake to forge the river while holding desperately to his epiphany
    >he clambers to the base of a tree and sits down in deep thought trying hone in on the insight that is flowing from his imagination
    >in some stories he only sits for a few hours and in others for several days unmoving with just a subtle smile
    >meditation was already a school at the time, this was not it's advent
    this was not the finish line, but the opposite, Gautama was now finally allowed to stand the starting line of his quest for knowledge and the rest is history

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    When you meet the Buddha.
    Kill the Buddha.
    Also, I have some good/bad news.
    So will the next guy.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Filtered

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Your denial of the existential nature of reality would lead me to believe that you have multiple fatal flaws that result from you being unable to overcome your own nature, is this true?

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think Gautama would forgive you.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >>
    >You are made of flesh. You bleed. You suffer and live and follow the rules of logic and physics no matter how much you mentally jerk off under your little tree. If you want to "escape being", have a nice day.
    the buddha supernatural powers, only devadatta managed to hurt him a little bit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      you are fricked in the head he was a human being

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        How do you know? Your choice of words would indicate an emotional reaction motivated by personal reasons and not that of a logical discourse.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Emotions are human.
          There’s no evidence Buddha did anything else other than live a human life and then died.

          Your denial of the existential nature of reality would lead me to believe that you have multiple fatal flaws that result from you being unable to overcome your own nature, is this true?

          Your own nature doesn’t need overcome. It’s your nature.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          save the schizo talk for the mirror. nothing logical about Gautama being the next avenger

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You can achieve the same powers if you have the discipline to attain that state of consciousness, want to know how?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The eight aspects of the Dharma represent how entropy affects us and the three divisions could represent three dimensions. When you practice the eightfold path eventually you will be able to perceive yourself outside of how causality conventionally effects us. Once you have transcended entropy you will have attain super-consciousness where these abilities can be tapped into. (pic related)

          • 1 month ago
            SkankHunt42

            That means nothing

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Prove it.

          • 1 month ago
            SkankHunt42

            I don't have to prove bullshit is bullshit

            Buddhism is saying this game sucks and walking away from the PC.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            So "bawdHunt42" if I used the eightfold knowledge to assess the layers of your soul and put your insecurities out there for the world to see you wouldn't have problem with that right? Because what I'm saying obviously bullshit right?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I'm with bawdgay on this one, that sounds like horseshit shut the frick up

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Nah how about you shut the frick up you lowlife piece of shit your family weeps for your failed potential you live in caricature of real human being due to your fear of sincerity you approach human interaction at a distance. Shut the frick up and die and may your idle words hoist your self imposed noose for eternity.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            V spiritual speech

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >what ur saying is horseshit

            >Shut da frick up ur a lowlife

            >doesn't elaborate on how it isn't horseshit

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Switches from a offensive to defensive tone of writing because I drove your self esteem off a cliff

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I would normally explain this politely but since you set the precedent of an antagonistic discourse I will say that you huff horse shit at local farm as you assess your nerve damage from being electrocuted from fricking your toaster, you are a worthless human being and your life has no value, anyways. If life were arranged according to the hierarchy of nature due to human ingenuity we would be at the top of the food chain. However due to degrees of intelligence there is more to the hierarchy than just this. I cannot speak for how the Buddha spoke of the Noble Eightfold Path but a discerning mind can determine the fact that this Eightfold Path illustrates how humans fall into animality and what obstacles stand in our way from attaining godhood. The eight points upon the path refer to eight tendencies that cause humans to slip into animality and prevent us from attaining godhood. The negative aspects of the eightfold path would be delusion, self imposed negativity, idle speech, difficulty acting due to ones flaws, living according a zero sum game perpetuated irrational delusion, lethargy and sloth, being oblivious to one's surroundings, lack of attention or concentration on one's responsibilities. If you disagree with the fact that these are all obstacles that humans struggle with I guess you're too fricking stupid for me to explain anything further. Anyways, our perceptions of metaphysical realities and extra-dimensional awareness are are blocked by these eight adversaries and when we overcome them through follow the eightfold path we gain awareness of these paradigms of reality. Many mystics across the ages have attained this level of mastery and used similar knowledge to attain supersensory states of consciousness, many of the great works of art have been created through this state of mind.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >many
            Name one
            Seems like buddha didnt understand genetics btw cuz that shit cant be increased or helped

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Abraham, Michelangelo, Stanley Kubrick (2001 shows you how to attain this state of mind through alchemy, or the mono-lith or "one stone"), Leonardo Davinci, and the architects of the pyramids of Giza. The royalty and nobility of the world has used alchemy to attain states of super consciousness and concealed their knowledge so the masses do not use this try to rise up against them.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            So I just have to be an evil monkey and bop the other monkeys with a rock, and then go on an acid trip after killing a computer

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Not exactly the 3 upper levels of consciousness according to alchemy are animal (the homini at the beginning of the movie), humanity, and adept or god. When Bowman (the archer of Sagittarius who's bow points to the center of the Milky Way) encounters the final monolith at the end of the movie he attains alchemical enlightenment and goes from humanity to godhood. The star child Dave evolves into represents this form of apotheosis or godhood and attaining the philosophers stone allows one to attain this level of consciousness and power.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            That wasn't because of "alchemy." It's because they were born with high IQs. The alchemy was just scientific inquiry to them. The philosopher's stone was LITERAL.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            DMT

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Bad news, he has been dead for a long time.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    When you meet the buddha, kill the buddha
    Get into your heart mind

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    a lot of ppl follow paths already treaded by others and then expect the same kind of experiential reality some people that reject even the best as worthless to create and battle for even the smallest marginal improvements because or else JUST CAN'T FRICKING STAND LIFE WITHOUT MEANING or self-worth even tho the world shits on you, your past, your future,... stilll gotta walk w/e... sorry just can't be satisfied with less.... this is human not some supernatural power... but this planet seems to be filled with robots and animals... intellectually anyways...

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He was just a guy who sat around a lot, you can come up with a way of life that fits your unique circumstances better.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    do you think he doesnt know. you are not intelligent

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Buddhism is like saying "this game sucks I suffer from it. okay im gonna go AFK in spawn frick all of you" and then they just sit there

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Buddhism is saying this game sucks and walking away from the PC.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    buddhism was invented as a cope for being poor. "he gave up money and pussy."
    sure.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I mean he was a literal prince
      For everyone else sure but idk he probably just found it empty

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The Buddha knows kung fu. I'm order to defeat him, you must learn to laugh at him. To ridicule him

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was staying near Savatthi at Jeta's Grove, Anathapindika's monastery. And at that time in King Pasenadi's realm there was a bandit named Angulimala: brutal, bloody-handed, devoted to killing & slaying, showing no mercy to living beings. He turned villages into non-villages, towns into non-towns, settled countryside into unsettled countryside. Having repeatedly killed human beings, he wore a garland (mala) made of fingers (anguli).

    Then the Blessed One, early in the morning, having put on his robes and carrying his outer robe & bowl, went into Savatthi for alms. Having wandered for alms in Savatthi and returning from his alms round after his meal, he set his lodging in order. Carrying his robes & bowl, he went along the road to where Angulimala was staying. Cowherds, shepherds, & farmers saw him going along the road to where Angulimala was staying, and on seeing him said to him, "Don't go along that road, contemplative, for on that road is Angulimala: brutal, bloody-handed, devoted to killing & slaying, showing no mercy to living beings...

    Then Angulimala saw the Blessed One coming from afar and on seeing him, this thought occurred to him: "Isn't it amazing! Isn't it astounding! Groups of ten, twenty, thirty, & forty men have gone along this road, and even they have fallen into my hands, and yet now this contemplative comes attacking, as it were, alone and without a companion. Why don't I kill him?" So Angulimala, taking up his sword & shield, buckling on his bow & quiver, followed right behind the Blessed One.

    Then the Blessed One willed a feat of psychic power such that Angulimala, though running with all his might, could not catch up with the Blessed One walking at normal pace.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      (OP)

      Then the thought occurred to Angulimala: "Isn't it amazing! Isn't it astounding! In the past I've chased & seized even a swift-running elephant, a swift-running horse, a swift-running chariot, a swift-running deer. But now, even though I'm running with all my might, I can't catch up with this contemplative walking at normal pace." So he stopped and called out to the Blessed One, "Stop, contemplative! Stop!"

      "I have stopped, Angulimala. You stop."

      Then the thought occurred to Angulimala, "These Sakyan contemplatives are speakers of the truth, asserters of the truths, and yet this contemplative, even while walking, says, 'I have stopped, Angulimala. You stop.' Why don't I question him?"

      So Angulimala the bandit addressed this verse to the Blessed One:

      "While walking, contemplative,
      you say, 'I have stopped.'
      But when I have stopped
      you say I haven't.
      I ask you the meaning of this:
      How have you stopped?
      How haven't I?"

      [The Buddha:]
      "I have stopped, Angulimala,
      once & for all,
      having cast off violence
      toward all living beings.
      You, though,
      are unrestrained toward beings.
      That's how I've stopped
      and you haven't."

      [Angulimala:]
      "At long last a greatly revered great seer
      for my sake
      has come to the great forest.
      Having heard your verse
      in line with the Dhamma,
      I will go about
      having abandoned evil."

      So saying, the bandit
      hurled his sword & weapons
      over a cliff
      into a chasm,
      a pit.
      Then the bandit paid homage
      to the feet of the One Well-gone,
      and right there requested the Going-forth.

      The Awakened One,
      the compassionate great seer,
      the teacher of the world, along with its devas,
      said to him then:
      "Come, bhikkhu."
      That in itself
      was bhikkhuhood for him.

      Then the Blessed One set out wandering toward Savatthi with Ven. Angulimala as his attendant monk. After wandering by stages he reached Savatthi, and there he lived, near Savatthi, in Jeta's Grove, Anathapindika's monastery.

  18. 1 month ago
    SkankHunt42

    You don't need the paltry escapism of Buddhism. And that is all Buddhism is - escapist fantasies

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    bro this literally happened to the Buddha. After seeing that his attack had no effect on the peaceful composure of the Buddha, the man became one of his followers.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >If i met siddhartha Gautama
    >I would punch him in his stupid face
    So, you are a Zen monk?

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP is too dumb to think conceptually haha

    Stay in samsara

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Come get me you vajraya b***h

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Everyone ITT - I don't like you

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Its always frustrating how everyone has a different view on "attainment" and how the world fundamentally works
      If only this shit were testable but it aint

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