Is cancer a low-level spiritual lesson?

Seems like it's always the most normie-ass people getting/dying from cancer.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yea cancer is basically fake like most things in our society. Its like nutrition facts. Coconut milk has tons of vitamins but they dont actually bother to list them on the can even though they have the nutrition facts label and list other stuff. Its samsara and its when people agree to and do participate in bullshit

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've always been pretty x but I could never extricate myself from abusive/toxic/narcissistic types (pretty much everyone I ever knew at that point). Got cancer and WOOOOSH they all fricked off on their own. Doc at first gave me two years to live, after me waiting nearly a year to go because I thought it was something else. Now it's twelve years later and I just have trauma about people not giving a shit about me living or dying. No thoughts/fricks given to the cancer because it always became a secondary worry, so i guess I loa'd my way out of that one. Now all the earthly masters on yt say they most important thing we can do is learn to love one another. lmao how? I'm gonna be here until I'm eight hundred and sixty three years old..

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >had/has friends
      ok normie

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I wish I'd went full hermit sooner. I'm scared to try having friends again now.

        https://i.imgur.com/mOdidzs.jpg

        You got the right idea. You saw through the illusion: vispissana

        I'll have to Google that word, fren. I do look a bit young for my age. Maybe meditation saved my ass.

        I had a similar situation to yours. I got cancer a few years ago and my girlfriend at the time seemed bothered by her friends constantly asking her about me, like it annoyed her and it seemed to me like she didn’t like how it changed peoples attention towards her. We stuck together through the cancer but it seemed like she tried to imply that I was a burden even though she spent very little time with me during the majority of my treatment.

        My friends at the time also seemed unfazed when I just disappeared of the radar for months and didn’t seem interested in how I was doing, none of them called me or check up on me or anything, and when I got better and came back they acted like they barely noticed I was gone. That honestly kinda hurt my feelings and really killed my desire to make close friends with people anymore.

        It's incredible how people react. Acting like it's a popularity contest. Thinking you'll go straight back to normal, despite the missing organs and the radiation. I had one ex friend cope by constantly complaining to me how she couldn't lose weight or get a bf. Or it was like, because I confided in her how I felt she felt it was now a fair exchange to complain to me every day. I don't fricking know what she was thinking. We were quite young at the time and she didn't have experience of dealing with that before. Were your gf and friends young at the time too? I hardly told anyone but word spread. It's possible your friends knew but had no idea how to react, then wanted to things to be 'normal' again. I don't think it can be normal. The fear of death is too primal. Being 'excluded' from the tribe at such a time breaks something inside but i think it is for our own safety, even if it does frick life up unfortunately. Honestly, I still seethe when I see or read about someone being taken to do relaxing things by people that care about them when they get diagnosed with something. Imagine just getting care when you need it the most.

        Being alone/reclusive hurts a lot less than finding out that people don’t really care about or think about you that often or that people aren’t like emotionally intelligent enough to navigate when their friend experiences a life threatening crisis.

        This a thousand times.

        This probably doesn’t matter much coming from some dude on EerieWeb, but I’m glad pulled through and you’re still alive. Cancer sucks ass.

        No, it does matter. Kindness matters. Thank you, anon. I hope you've not had a personal experience yourself, or with a loved one.

        cancer is made 10x worse by emotional suppression. They seem normal because they suppress their emotions the most instead of expressing them in ways that are not going to get them in trouble.

        This. The spirit is already being strangled.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Vispissana is seeing through the true nature of things beyond misconception like the matrix cat. For many people it starts with noticing repeating digits like 111

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm an extremely solitary person, but not out of spite. And yet, even with the best of intentions and a willingness to be generous, normals burn me almost without exception. The only non-harmful (to me) relationships i've found are using them, and punishing them for being buttholes. I think a human relationship is only possible with exceptional people. I might be jaded but it just happens every fricking time.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You got the right idea. You saw through the illusion: vispissana

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I had a similar situation to yours. I got cancer a few years ago and my girlfriend at the time seemed bothered by her friends constantly asking her about me, like it annoyed her and it seemed to me like she didn’t like how it changed peoples attention towards her. We stuck together through the cancer but it seemed like she tried to imply that I was a burden even though she spent very little time with me during the majority of my treatment.

      My friends at the time also seemed unfazed when I just disappeared of the radar for months and didn’t seem interested in how I was doing, none of them called me or check up on me or anything, and when I got better and came back they acted like they barely noticed I was gone. That honestly kinda hurt my feelings and really killed my desire to make close friends with people anymore.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I hope you're doing a lot better today, fren. You deserved humanity.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This probably doesn’t matter much coming from some dude on EerieWeb, but I’m glad pulled through and you’re still alive. Cancer sucks ass.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Being alone/reclusive hurts a lot less than finding out that people don’t really care about or think about you that often or that people aren’t like emotionally intelligent enough to navigate when their friend experiences a life threatening crisis.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    cancer is made 10x worse by emotional suppression. They seem normal because they suppress their emotions the most instead of expressing them in ways that are not going to get them in trouble.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sri ramakrishna had throat cancer so I'm not 100% on that one

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's an over-abundance of self-love. You aren't perfect, you need to hate some parts of yourself to turn them into dead cells instead of cancer. This is why nazis tend to die of heart attacks and hippies tend to die of cancer.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Every day we make it new a little

  6. 2 months ago
    Inversion

    Fasting prevent formation of cancers cell using the autophagy process occurring during the fast, the body eliminate old cells and produce growth hormone.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    you mean dying from witch doctors

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

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