The 3 Competencies

1. Mental health

Do some variation of nothing, sort of like an idle animation, and you will begin to process your past experiences, leading to greater mental health.

2. Skill acquisition

Learn things and you will know how to do things, effectively making you more adept at life and art.

3. Physical health

Simple diet and exercise.

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  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >1. Mental health
    >Do some variation of nothing, sort of like an idle animation, and you will begin to process your past experiences, leading to greater mental health.
    Ok, this is actually the hardest part, so I'd appreciate if you could give some example/elaborate what you do.

    >2. Skill acquisition
    >Learn things and you will know how to do things, effectively making you more adept at life and art.
    I know it says something about skills in bible, but why is it important? Why cling to that stuff...?

    >3. Physical health
    >Simple diet and exercise.
    Yeah but what diet? Keto diet? Animal kingdom diet?

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Sorry, I was mindlessly watching some gifs.

      1. Mental health

      What I mean by do nothing is take periods, maybe 10 minutes or half an hour, a few times a day in which you simply don't perform any activities. Just find a comfortable position — lying down, sitting, walking, whatever — and simply don't perform any immediate task. Your mind will naturally begin to think about things that you've been doing, microaggressions, interactions you've had, etc., allowing you to process them. It's like meditation but you don't explicitly have to sit still. This empties your cup, so to speak. The world constantly inundates us with stimuli that is emotionally involving and too much of it becomes distressing. The answer is not to seek out more stimuli — it's to clear your cache through deliberate periods of nothingness. Lacks of stimuli.

      2. Skill acquisition: This one is straightforward. Learning about subjects makes you competent at them. Knowing these skills provides you all the benefits inherent of them. e.g., Knowing several languages allows you to communicate with millions more people, knowing how to cook allows you to make large amounts of nutritious meals, knowing psychology allows to understand human motivation, etc.

      3. Physical health: Also straightforward. No amount of self-help mantras will make up for a poor diet or physical atrophy. Eat a balanced diet and have cardio and muscle building routines.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      [...]

      Why is everything about the fricking bible, don't you have somewhere else to go. Like your fricking church? Or do they lock their doors during the week because they are frauds who won't do as their own book commands?

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    holy shit there's nothing more repulsive than anime avatar posters

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Your Faith could be seen as evil because it's based on a world domination guide for literal troglydytes. But are we discussing that? No. We're just yearning to live a virtuous life.

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Soul, Mind, and Body

  5. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    I'm sorry your church forgot that its not their house, they don't get to choose who to let in, they don't get to lock out the needy and spray them with cold water for taking shelter on their doorsteps. I'm sorry your god doesn't stop these fake representatives. And I'm sorry that you still think giving them money will buy you a ticket into your heaven. I'd offer you a seat for your sore ass, but your church friends put spikes on all the benches, so I can't.

  6. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Japan is more Christian than any modern place could ever be

  7. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >mental heath and physical health
    >seperate

  8. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Physical strength is improved through moving gradually heavier and heavier masses.
    Mental strength is increased through the solving of harder, more complex, more creative problems.
    Mystical strength is increased through keeping steady in goal and practice through greater and greater asceticism/temptation.
    The soul is eternal and does not change through observing such advancement.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >The soul is eternal
      but what about the harvest

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Think of the soul as something like the atman. It interfaces with entire incarnation cycles (in our case 3rd density earth and its 26000 year procession, this includes your lives and the astral body that serves as a medium between the soul and the cycle). The incarnation cycle and its associated experiences are what is harvested and transmuted.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          what if all of that is bs?

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            It is. But if we're talking about the more symbolic layers of reality it serves its purpose.

            Reality itself is a massive larp.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Reality is a larp yes, but our souls aren't. It's why I made the recent harvest thread

            [...]

            This youtuber https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy-C7_7tYOA seems to say Orion is bad, but so is Sirius B/Archons . Basically, we aren't really free

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Taking the loosh farm conception as accurate, the harvest deals strictly with the astral/mental body that guides self/atma/soul through observations of samsara.
        In my traditions' conception, the harvest is the throwing trait of Maya, the illusion. Not an imprisonment meant to ensure capture, but a test to see if you are truly ready to get out.
        >Are you sure you are done with samsara? What about this nice life? What about this obligation? Let me give whatever you might want to be yours, and you can go around again.
        Those who are tempted away from escaping are thus thrown back into samsara.
        The other trait of Maya is "covering". Thus Maya deludes one into false identity, and when one tries to escape it throws one back into the delusion.

        Think of the soul as something like the atman. It interfaces with entire incarnation cycles (in our case 3rd density earth and its 26000 year procession, this includes your lives and the astral body that serves as a medium between the soul and the cycle). The incarnation cycle and its associated experiences are what is harvested and transmuted.

        >Think of the soul as something like the atman.
        Not something like, exact equivalence. You do not have a soul, you are a soul. I use soul and atman interchangeably, though I acknowledge some use spirit for atman, and consider soul to be more like the mental/astral body.

        what if all of that is bs?

        Well if it's all bs, and this single life is important and the only one you get, then I respond what difference does it make how you live it - there is no objective correct path, and the one I offer can provide continual joy as per the examples of the great saints.
        or
        If it's all bs, and there are many many lives to explore, then I respond why not try out this method that says you can get to eternal joy, if only to prove that it does not work?

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          >Taking the loosh farm conception as accurate, the harvest deals strictly with the astral/mental body that guides self/atma/soul through observations of samsara.
          >In my traditions' conception, the harvest is the throwing trait of Maya, the illusion. Not an imprisonment meant to ensure capture, but a test to see if you are truly ready to get out.
          >Are you sure you are done with samsara? What about this nice life? What about this obligation? Let me give whatever you might want to be yours, and you can go around again.
          >Those who are tempted away from escaping are thus thrown back into samsara.
          >The other trait of Maya is "covering". Thus Maya deludes one into false identity, and when one tries to escape it throws one back into the delusion.
          Assuming what you say is correct, where can I learn more about this stuff/this viewpoint?

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            I follow a Vedanta based path that more closely resembles neither oneness nor duality but an impossible juxtaposition of both while stressing the impossibility and uselessness of resolving the contradiction.
            People to look to in expounding this idea are Ramanuja Acarya, and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
            A phrase that has entered my mind in meditation:
            >Duality must be true, or else nonduality is false.

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