>Just stop thinking, bro

>Just stop thinking, bro
He's right, you know.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No he’s a moronic, passionless dipshit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Can't trust anyone who is shilled by people like Oprah.

      All millionaire gurus are frauds.

      >these guys identify with the mind
      sad!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Apparently so do you, since you had to use your mind to write that. This moronic psy op where you pacify a populous by making them not think stops here and now.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >use your mind
          Good
          >Be your mind
          Bad.
          >Anon doesn't know the difference
          Sad.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Trust me, I dabbled in that bullshit long enough. There is no separate part of consciousness. If you are telling me about some state you attained, it is connected through causality to the current moment, so it’s not separate. You aren’t just the witness. You are the totality of consciousness flowing through you, including your thoughts.

            Think god dammit! Sit quietly and contemplate. You will never attain actual liberation if you don’t use your god given faculties to figure out what the frick is going on around you.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            No separation, yes. It is the nature of what is identified with that causes limitation. I think that's the portion that allows liberation. If people are caught is a loop that is a subset of the Self without coming to know the observer, they aren't free, they are a subject to themselves.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Think god dammit! Sit quietly and contemplate.
            You keep saying this like Tolle thinks this is a bad thing. You're just not as informed as you believe yourself to be. That's probably a big problem for you in general, I reckon.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I’ve listened to him. I know he buys into the bullshit ACIM teachings, which means he probably lacks discernment. Do i know everything? No. But I know the millionaire spiritual gurus who make people passionless aren’t the answer to the problems that ail us. They’re grifters. They bring temporary peace, but the soul is discontented with that. It needs experiences. Life. Love. Listen to the way eckhart talks. The guy is dead inside. You know he’s not israeli because he’s an idiot, or at best a con man. I’m not going to argue with you anymore though. Delude yourself all you want, you will only find discontentment as your soul rots away. We need passion in our lives. That’s what makes life worth living.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >They bring temporary peace, but the soul is discontented with that. It needs experiences. Life. Love.
            I genuinely don't think you have anything more than an extremely cursory understanding of his philosophy. None of these things are anathema to his line of thinking.
            > You know he’s not israeli because he’s an idiot
            Oh, there it is. I was waiting for it, but I didn't want to put words in your mouth. But yeah, I know which type of person you are and which "passions" you think the soul requires.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Following this homies teaching and you become split minded. Witness and content. Sheesh my homies that’s schizo psychosis shit. <— this brodie knows what it is.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        all im getting from this is that glowBlack folk just don't want you to unleash your dragon and change the course of human history as we know it forever cause they want to drain your energy/labor/taxes and be a bunch of homosexuals who look down on the masses from their ivory towers calling you peasants

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Can't trust anyone who is shilled by people like Oprah.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    All millionaire gurus are frauds.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Some of them are outright astroturfed and shilled by intelligence. I wouldn't say that they're necessarily fraudulent. Learning is a process, you know? And anything helps. Even the useless info. The problem that arises is when people accept uncritically everything that they are told, which manifests in the form of delusions. And could especially be accelerated by demonic actors/spirits.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >money doesnt bring happiness bro
    then give it away
    >noooo not like that reeeee

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I will not engage with anything he says, I will attack the person instead
      Smart!

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He's a liason for normies. He knows a lot more than he says, esoterically speaking. But there's not really a utility in preaching to the choir, seekers are already seeking anyway. But if you have expended awareness his seemingly simple assertions will have more depth because he speaks from inner truth.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      He's a good starting point on the road to bigger things. If you can't break free from cyclical/compulsive thought you're never going to get anywhere.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How do I start though?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I isolated three separate voices that seemingly came from the front left front right and middle back of my brain and cast them out, now it's silence with more of a compulsion that comes from my chest that I base most of my decisions on

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >watered down buddhism for milfs
    Seriously though just read what the Buddha had to say instead.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Which one?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Siddhartha Gautama

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Which one?

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I put it to the test, the teachings of Tolle Vs. the teachings of Abraham Hicks.
    The main difference is that Tolle tells you to ACCEPT your current reality, suffering comes from not accepting it, and from wanting to change it, you get into a fight and become the enemy of reality, but when you accept it, you become her ally, and then things will go your way.
    Hicks tells you to REJECT it, you deny whatever circumstance in your life you don't like, your goal is to change it for the better, to adapt it to your wishes and the KEY part is knowing that you can, raise your vibrations and get in tune with your dream reality and it will be so!
    And it's the latter one that works, you can have whatever you want, frick accepting what you'Re given, ask for more and you will get it!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Self realization and self actualization are both valid and complete each others.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        both terms make me want to puke a

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      “There is nothing wrong with striving to improve your life situation. You can improve your life situation, but you cannot improve your life. Life is primary. Life is your deepest inner Being. It is already whole, complete, perfect. Your life situation consists of your circumstances and your experiences. There is nothing wrong with setting goals and striving to achieve things. The mistake lies in using it as a substitute for the feeling of life, for Being. The only point of access for that is the Now.”
      Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now (Page 86)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >you cannot improve your life. Life is primary. Life is your deepest inner Being. It is already whole, complete, perfect.
        Complete opposite of Hicks's.
        You can improve your life, if you don't like it it"s because it's not perfect.
        And all you may need to do do is believing it can improve, which you will never do if you follow Tolle's.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Read the rest of the quote. By "life" there he basically means the soul, which is permanently perfect, infinite. He makes it clear one can change their circumstances on earth. A lot of the criticisms of Tolle appear to be from people that are misunderstanding his overall message.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      "When you complain, you make yourself into a victim. When you speak out, you are in your power. So change the situation by taking action or by speaking out if necessary or possible; leave the situation or accept it. All else is madness.”
      Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now (Page 82)

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Just stop thinking, bro
    He doesn't say that at all. It's the most common strawman people use to shit on this guy. Now to be fair, he does completely lean into it with his obviously performative zen demeanor and deliberately slow way of speaking, but he's got to play the part.

    But almost everything his critics hurl at him are either misunderstandings or outright bad faith lies.
    >Stop thinking
    He never says you need to cease all thoughts. He's attempting to give you enough mindfulness and mental clarity control your thoughts so you're not stuck in a perpetual cycle of rumination and counterproductive stress. The idea is to recognize your mind for what it is. An organizational tool that allows you to deal with life as it unfolds around you.
    >Never think about the past or the future. Stay focused on the present like a zombie and don't do anything
    Again, it's not about the complete cessation of thought, it's about clarity. Most people waste a ridiculous amount of time and energy compulsively ruminating on things that have already occurred and things that might well occur in the future. There's literally no reason to do this at all. Does that mean you can't plan for the future? Of course not. Does that mean you have to wipe away your memory and pretend like nothing's ever happened in your life? Of course not. But is there really any reason for people to lay in bed at three in the morning replaying every cringey thing they ever said in middle school? Why do you need to do this? How does this kind of superfluous rumination enrich your existence? Should you spend your life worrying about all the ways the universe could potentially frick you over? Why? Out of all the things you've ever worried about, how many times has the worst case scenario actually come to pass?

    By focusing on the present and mindfully observing your own thought processes, are better able to direct yourself to the life you wish to live

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >but he's LE RICH! How can he be both wise AND successful?
      This is my favorite anti-Tolle argument. People will simultaneously attack him for trying to make you a passionless zombie with nothing good in your life whilst also attacking him for not being a passionless zombie with nothing good in his life. He's got millions of dollars and an asian trophy wife. He's living the fricking dream, and then people turn around and act like he's some kind of hypocrite for not practicing what he preaches, all the while not realizing that he's never preached against such a lifestyle.

      And it's not like he's running some kind of ponzi scheme. He writes books and does public lectures. You can purchase every book he's ever sold and go to his lecture if he comes to your town all in one month and not spend more than like $200 max. And that's not even necessary because he puts hours and hours of content on youtube for free. If you're buying something from him, you're making a choice to do so.

      People act like he's Andrew Tate or some other e-celeb hack who tries to rope people in with a 10 minute video before telling them they have to sign up for his online b***h slapping academy for 10k if they want the good shit. But because he's not literally Jesus Christ roaming around the desert with 12 stinky hobos begging for food and owning one pair of lederhosen, he's literally Hitler. Or whoever /misc/cels invoke when they want to say that somebody's "literally Hitler" but can't because they like Hitler.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Fantastic post, no notes

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >but he's LE RICH! How can he be both wise AND successful?
      This is my favorite anti-Tolle argument. People will simultaneously attack him for trying to make you a passionless zombie with nothing good in your life whilst also attacking him for not being a passionless zombie with nothing good in his life. He's got millions of dollars and an asian trophy wife. He's living the fricking dream, and then people turn around and act like he's some kind of hypocrite for not practicing what he preaches, all the while not realizing that he's never preached against such a lifestyle.

      And it's not like he's running some kind of ponzi scheme. He writes books and does public lectures. You can purchase every book he's ever sold and go to his lecture if he comes to your town all in one month and not spend more than like $200 max. And that's not even necessary because he puts hours and hours of content on youtube for free. If you're buying something from him, you're making a choice to do so.

      People act like he's Andrew Tate or some other e-celeb hack who tries to rope people in with a 10 minute video before telling them they have to sign up for his online b***h slapping academy for 10k if they want the good shit. But because he's not literally Jesus Christ roaming around the desert with 12 stinky hobos begging for food and owning one pair of lederhosen, he's literally Hitler. Or whoever /misc/cels invoke when they want to say that somebody's "literally Hitler" but can't because they like Hitler.

      >but he's LE RICH! How can he be both wise AND successful?
      This is my favorite anti-Tolle argument. People will simultaneously attack him for trying to make you a passionless zombie with nothing good in your life whilst also attacking him for not being a passionless zombie with nothing good in his life. He's got millions of dollars and an asian trophy wife. He's living the fricking dream, and then people turn around and act like he's some kind of hypocrite for not practicing what he preaches, all the while not realizing that he's never preached against such a lifestyle.

      And it's not like he's running some kind of ponzi scheme. He writes books and does public lectures. You can purchase every book he's ever sold and go to his lecture if he comes to your town all in one month and not spend more than like $200 max. And that's not even necessary because he puts hours and hours of content on youtube for free. If you're buying something from him, you're making a choice to do so.

      People act like he's Andrew Tate or some other e-celeb hack who tries to rope people in with a 10 minute video before telling them they have to sign up for his online b***h slapping academy for 10k if they want the good shit. But because he's not literally Jesus Christ roaming around the desert with 12 stinky hobos begging for food and owning one pair of lederhosen, he's literally Hitler. Or whoever /misc/cels invoke when they want to say that somebody's "literally Hitler" but can't because they like Hitler.

      Well yes, but have you considered that he's really rich? Why does he get to be rich when I'm not rich? If he doesn't care about money then he should give me all his money. I am entitled to all of his money.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    He looks like rat therefore all he says is deception or half truths. Simple as

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      He do look like that though. There's something about his face I don't like. I rarely watch his videos because of it

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A lot of these so called gurus are vaxxed.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I would trust his spiritual advice more if he could brush his teeth.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No you don't stop thinking you just think of nothing. There is a difference.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      no Buddhists don't meditate on the concept of emptiness they meditate thru emptiness. this is a common misconception (wrong view)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Stopping thinking implies you are stopping thought all together. I also didn't mean they think about the the concept of nothing or emptiness I meant your thoughts are nothing or emptiness. I think we are thinking the same thing I am just not very good at explaining it. I agree with you wholeheartedly. I was trying to say you don't force out thoughts or stop them and instead I guess I would describe it as allowing them to empty or drift into that of nothingness. Abstract concepts like this are just a little hard for me to explain well. It isn't about fighting your thoughts, but controlling them and making them into nothingness.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          we agree yes

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Who? Just kidding. I don't care.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

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  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >He's right, you kn-ACK!
    God smite any bot who posts this in the OP

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      He's right, you know.

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