Why does god hate me?

My disabled cousin recently introduced me and my girlfriend to this thing called Theosophy. And let me tell you, it's been a total nightmare. This whole experience has left me feeling completely emasculated and useless.
First off, Theosophy is this weird mix of philosophy and spirituality that’s supposed to explain the mysteries of the universe or something. My cousin, who’s been into it for a while, was all excited to share it with us. And of course, my girlfriend got super into it. She started talking about “higher planes” and “cosmic truths” like she’s suddenly enlightened. Meanwhile, I’m just sitting there feeling like an idiot because none of it makes any sense to me.
My cousin, who I used to feel sorry for, is now this Theosophy guru, and everyone is hanging on his every word. He’s explaining all these complex ideas, and my girlfriend is practically worshipping him. Great. I went from feeling like the man to feeling like a total loser who can’t even keep up with a guy in a wheelchair.
And the worst part? The way Theosophy makes me feel completely out of my depth. My cousin talks about reincarnation, karma, and the Akashic Records like it’s basic stuff. I can barely understand what he’s saying, let alone explain it to someone else. My girlfriend is looking at him like he’s the smartest guy in the room, and I’m just sitting there, seething.
Then there’s the litany of practices and beliefs. Meditating, reading obscure texts, contemplating the meaning of life – it’s endless.
So here I am, feeling completely mogged by my own cousin. Thanks to Theosophy, he’s now this mystical, wise figure, and I’m just the clueless boyfriend who can’t even understand the basics. It’s a total nightmare. If you don’t want to feel like an absolute failure, steer clear of Theosophy. Trust me, it’s not worth the hit to your self-esteem.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    theosophy is the idea that there is one divine answer and all the religions of the world are explaining the same thing differently interpreted. your cousin probably learned TERMINOLOGY. he remembers terms and repeats them, probably. I've known countless people like this. they get hung up on words that sound super cool dude and now he's latched onto it like an extension of his personality. some people just have the gift of gab. I would fricking destroy your cousin in skeptic discussion. when you develop a practice, there comes a time where you feel you are becoming absorbed into your practice. there is a real sinking feeling in the mind when you meditate. this happens very early on and most people rather than shake it, are so distracted that they swear they have figured it all out. your cousin sounds like that to me

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Wow, man, thanks for the insight.
      Honestly, it’s a relief to hear someone else who gets it. My cousin’s got everyone around here thinking he’s some kind of enlightened guru because he can throw around fancy words and concepts. It’s like he’s created this whole persona out of Theosophy and now he’s lording it over everyone.
      You’re right about the terminology thing. He’s always spouting off these deep-sounding terms, and people just eat it up. Meanwhile, I’m sitting there, completely lost, and feeling like an idiot because I don’t get any of it. It’s all flash and no substance, if you ask me.
      And yeah, that “gift of gab” you mentioned? He’s got it in spades. The way he talks, you’d think he’s the reincarnation of some ancient sage. It’s frustrating as hell. Makes me want to punch a wall sometimes.
      I’d love to see someone actually challenge him in a real discussion. He’s probably not as deep as he thinks he is. I just can’t stand how he’s got my girlfriend all starry-eyed over his pseudo-intellectual crap.
      Thanks again for the reality check. Nice to know I’m not the only one who sees through his BS.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I would fricking destroy your cousin in skeptic discussion
      I'd have to see it to believe it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >I would fricking destroy your cousin in skeptic discussion.
      And yet you can't capitalize half your sentences.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I deliberately don't give a shit about grammar on EerieWeb and I don't care to proofread either so deal with it. that only matters if you're neurotic

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Wow, a theosophy shill. I suppose it's a nice change from the Jesus lovers. I don't know if Blavatsky faked her psychic abilities and spirit communication, but the ascended masters she talked about were made up, based on real wealthy supporters she had.
    Like other prophets like Carlos Castaneda, her work is a mix of real spiritual experiences and lies that were written in hopes of them becoming self fulfilling prophecies, or perhaps to make them seem more mystical, giving them power through collective consciousness.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    God doesnt hate you
    Also its more likely that your brother isnt enlightened but just informed
    If he was, he would pick up on the fact that how he tries to teach you it doesnt work.

    Theosopy is not the final truth btw, it is one of mans so maniest attempt to describe the divine in modern human (non divine) human language.

    The most important truth to start out with imo is the fact that you are not the body, you are the soul, the body is just a vehicle that your soul is using right now.

    I hope that can provide some insight.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    your cousin is a tard and your girlfriend is too. You're not. Sorry.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Alright, I’ve officially had it! My cousin has gone too far this time, and I’m starting to think there’s something seriously messed up going on. Let me tell you about the humiliating assault I endured at a Theosophic service today.
    So, there we are at this Theosophic service, my girlfriend, my family, and of course, my cousin. He’s up front, basking in his guru glory, when out of nowhere, a swarm of bees starts circling me. I’m freaking out, swatting at them, and everyone’s watching, including my girlfriend. Total humiliation.
    But here’s the thing—my cousin didn’t even flinch. It’s like he knew it was going to happen. And now, I can’t shake the feeling that he somehow orchestrated the whole thing. I know it sounds crazy, but I swear he’s got some weird connection with those bees. They were like his little minions, sent to embarrass me in front of everyone.
    I’m starting to get really paranoid about all this. It’s bad enough that he’s taken over my girlfriend’s attention with his cult BS, but now he’s using bees to humiliate me? There’s something seriously wrong here, and I don’t know how much more I can take.
    This whole situation is getting out of hand, and I feel like I’m losing my mind. If anyone has any advice or has dealt with something similar, please, I’m all ears.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      shut up homosexual(nice dubs)
      hippies attribute bees to the divine because they are mentally deficient. did you know that humans sweat from their pores? did you know that bees can perceived moisture? did you know that a bee will tell it's bee friends of the oasis it's found? maybe next time don't panic like a moron because you are the only one putting a spotlight on yourself but your story sounds like bull crap anyway

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Wow, thanks for that enlightening response. It’s really comforting to know there are people out there who care enough to offer such thoughtful advice.
        So, let me get this straight. Divinities are hippies because bees are mentally deficient? Is that your professional analysis, Dr. Nerd? And sure, humans sweat, bees see the moisture, and they gossip about oases like a bunch of bee Kardashians. But what’s your point, exactly? Are you saying I should just chill out and let the bees swarm me next time? Great advice, Einstein.
        And calling me a moron? Classy move, buddy. I’ll be sure to take your wisdom to heart. Maybe next time, I’ll just stand there calmly while the bees turn me into a walking beehive. That’ll show everyone how cool and collected I am, right?

        But hey, thanks for taking the time to read my “bull crap” story and offer your invaluable insights. I’m sure your vast knowledge of bee behavior and insulting strangers on the internet will take you far in life.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      NOT THE BEES AHHHHHHHH

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yo wether this is real or not, write more of this pasta.

      https://i.imgur.com/dBU2S3J.png

      My disabled cousin recently introduced me and my girlfriend to this thing called Theosophy. And let me tell you, it's been a total nightmare. This whole experience has left me feeling completely emasculated and useless.
      First off, Theosophy is this weird mix of philosophy and spirituality that’s supposed to explain the mysteries of the universe or something. My cousin, who’s been into it for a while, was all excited to share it with us. And of course, my girlfriend got super into it. She started talking about “higher planes” and “cosmic truths” like she’s suddenly enlightened. Meanwhile, I’m just sitting there feeling like an idiot because none of it makes any sense to me.
      My cousin, who I used to feel sorry for, is now this Theosophy guru, and everyone is hanging on his every word. He’s explaining all these complex ideas, and my girlfriend is practically worshipping him. Great. I went from feeling like the man to feeling like a total loser who can’t even keep up with a guy in a wheelchair.
      And the worst part? The way Theosophy makes me feel completely out of my depth. My cousin talks about reincarnation, karma, and the Akashic Records like it’s basic stuff. I can barely understand what he’s saying, let alone explain it to someone else. My girlfriend is looking at him like he’s the smartest guy in the room, and I’m just sitting there, seething.
      Then there’s the litany of practices and beliefs. Meditating, reading obscure texts, contemplating the meaning of life – it’s endless.
      So here I am, feeling completely mogged by my own cousin. Thanks to Theosophy, he’s now this mystical, wise figure, and I’m just the clueless boyfriend who can’t even understand the basics. It’s a total nightmare. If you don’t want to feel like an absolute failure, steer clear of Theosophy. Trust me, it’s not worth the hit to your self-esteem.

      If you struggle with somebody who suffers from ego inflation due to their spiritual practice you first listen to what kind of path they actually follow.
      Humble yourself, speak to your cousin about his teachings and take notes.
      If you want to challenge his position you should first consult your notes that you have (as above stated) taken. Then try to identify in what tradition he is precisely practicing.
      Theosophy is tricky to pin down, as practitioners do not follow a shared dogmatic background. However since it's inception through Helena Blavatsky, Theosophy is fragmented in distinct traditions. I am most familiar with central European theosophy in the vein of Rudolph Steiner (German occultist and teacher). But there are two major anglophone traditions as well. Also: theosophy is a syncretic occult system that borrows heavily from Hinduism and western Hermeticism.
      So: once you identified the issue properly you can either contact a representative of the above mentioned traditions or a secular scholar knowledgeable on these topics in order to challenge him yourself and restore your position of authority. Authority stems from truth, and if he really is a benign fraud, the truth's authority should command him or at least break him. <3

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/HxRB5Po.jpeg

        Alright, I’ve officially had it! My cousin has gone too far this time, and I’m starting to think there’s something seriously messed up going on. Let me tell you about the humiliating assault I endured at a Theosophic service today.
        So, there we are at this Theosophic service, my girlfriend, my family, and of course, my cousin. He’s up front, basking in his guru glory, when out of nowhere, a swarm of bees starts circling me. I’m freaking out, swatting at them, and everyone’s watching, including my girlfriend. Total humiliation.
        But here’s the thing—my cousin didn’t even flinch. It’s like he knew it was going to happen. And now, I can’t shake the feeling that he somehow orchestrated the whole thing. I know it sounds crazy, but I swear he’s got some weird connection with those bees. They were like his little minions, sent to embarrass me in front of everyone.
        I’m starting to get really paranoid about all this. It’s bad enough that he’s taken over my girlfriend’s attention with his cult BS, but now he’s using bees to humiliate me? There’s something seriously wrong here, and I don’t know how much more I can take.
        This whole situation is getting out of hand, and I feel like I’m losing my mind. If anyone has any advice or has dealt with something similar, please, I’m all ears.

        https://i.imgur.com/dBU2S3J.png

        My disabled cousin recently introduced me and my girlfriend to this thing called Theosophy. And let me tell you, it's been a total nightmare. This whole experience has left me feeling completely emasculated and useless.
        First off, Theosophy is this weird mix of philosophy and spirituality that’s supposed to explain the mysteries of the universe or something. My cousin, who’s been into it for a while, was all excited to share it with us. And of course, my girlfriend got super into it. She started talking about “higher planes” and “cosmic truths” like she’s suddenly enlightened. Meanwhile, I’m just sitting there feeling like an idiot because none of it makes any sense to me.
        My cousin, who I used to feel sorry for, is now this Theosophy guru, and everyone is hanging on his every word. He’s explaining all these complex ideas, and my girlfriend is practically worshipping him. Great. I went from feeling like the man to feeling like a total loser who can’t even keep up with a guy in a wheelchair.
        And the worst part? The way Theosophy makes me feel completely out of my depth. My cousin talks about reincarnation, karma, and the Akashic Records like it’s basic stuff. I can barely understand what he’s saying, let alone explain it to someone else. My girlfriend is looking at him like he’s the smartest guy in the room, and I’m just sitting there, seething.
        Then there’s the litany of practices and beliefs. Meditating, reading obscure texts, contemplating the meaning of life – it’s endless.
        So here I am, feeling completely mogged by my own cousin. Thanks to Theosophy, he’s now this mystical, wise figure, and I’m just the clueless boyfriend who can’t even understand the basics. It’s a total nightmare. If you don’t want to feel like an absolute failure, steer clear of Theosophy. Trust me, it’s not worth the hit to your self-esteem.

        Lmao, just beat the shit out of him. He is disabled, right? So you should easily be able to give him a little trashing.
        Don't go too hard on the kid, just give him a little lesson not to think he is a big shot because he fell for theosophy.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Theosophy is new age nonsense. Literally just the theft of terms and concepts from various placds and cramming them together haphazardly into this abominable amalgamation of "mysticism." Stay far away from it. It expands the ego almost more than anything else as it creates someone who might touch their toes unto a subtler realm than this one, but as they are essentially their own guru epistemologically they end up having a fool for a disciple and start thinking they are enlightened and better than everyone. It's dangerous.

    Try to gently stear your girlfriend away from this, but if you can't, it could be better to cut your loses and jump off the ship. If you yourself are interested in authentic religion/spirituality, then Sanatana Dharma (and the Vaishnava tradition in particular) is something I recommend looking up. If you arm yourself with the steel of authenticity and real sadhana then there's nothing such people can touch you with. But even if you're not interested in spirituality, being an atheist but at least a humble and sincere person is better than being a theosophist.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      OP don't try and steer your girlfriend away. just keep doing your thing and nod your head. people just need to live, work hard, eat delicious food and have fun when you can. it's not that serious. if it makes her happy, just keep her feet on the ground. if your girlfriend takes up meditation then maybe you'll just have a more calm girlfriend. and if it makes her happy, you can also meditate sometimes for her for yourself. meditation can just mean a sit down to just breathe and calm down. encourage your girlfriend do explore growing vegetable garden or something to connect with all that is maaaan like the hippies say.

      https://i.imgur.com/uYlZuM0.jpeg

      Wow, thanks for that enlightening response. It’s really comforting to know there are people out there who care enough to offer such thoughtful advice.
      So, let me get this straight. Divinities are hippies because bees are mentally deficient? Is that your professional analysis, Dr. Nerd? And sure, humans sweat, bees see the moisture, and they gossip about oases like a bunch of bee Kardashians. But what’s your point, exactly? Are you saying I should just chill out and let the bees swarm me next time? Great advice, Einstein.
      And calling me a moron? Classy move, buddy. I’ll be sure to take your wisdom to heart. Maybe next time, I’ll just stand there calmly while the bees turn me into a walking beehive. That’ll show everyone how cool and collected I am, right?

      But hey, thanks for taking the time to read my “bull crap” story and offer your invaluable insights. I’m sure your vast knowledge of bee behavior and insulting strangers on the internet will take you far in life.

      I remember being 13 on EerieWeb(nel) too little buddy. I'm working three jobs and starting my own business at 28 now. life has been good. I got into meditation because I read survival books about veterans in the desert seeing mirages and people lost at sea and hallucinating salvation. so I wanted to hallucinate so I got into meditation. I did end up hallucinating while totally sober as a teen and have had wonderful experiences over the years. but you know what else was happening as collateral? my mind became more stable and I felt more in control of my life. in the next five years I'll be able to lean on my business and take care of my family for the rest of all our lives. thank you anon, have a nice day

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Theosophy is for midwits so don't worry anon, feeling disconnected from it is a good sign. Now if you struggle with spirituality generally, that is less good.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Based, frick all of it. Focus on the here and now.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      there's a subtle joke in this picrel because the factions of Steiner's idiosyncratic cosmology of trinary oppositional forces are positioned in an equilateral triangle inside his elbows and above his head

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    get all the books by Arthur E. Powell from libgen or anna's archive. each volume summarizes like 20 theosophy books in easy-to-read format. this is your secret weapon anon, there's no way your girlfriend will be able to keep up, slogging through Besant and Leadbeater while you crib all their greatest insights from Powell in a few afternoons. you'll soon know all there is to know about the subtle bodies and the cosmos. post your findings here first so you don't get nervous whipping out your newfound knowledge in front of your chad cousin

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Sounds pretty ridiculous to me
    Shouldve just played the skeptic

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >itt

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    weird cuckhold fantasy you got there

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >weird cuckhold fantasy you got there
      Wow huh? Real nice. Just what I needed—another jab at my manhood. Seriously, are you all in on this with my cousin? It’s starting to feel like a coordinated effort to make me look like a complete idiot.
      Every time I post here, I notice some vague reference popping up in my field of consciousness, like some bizarre confirmation that you’re all part of this. It’s like the whole website is in on this conspiracy with my cousin. And you know what? It wouldn’t surprise me if the bees are involved too.
      My cousin, the Theosophy guru, has clearly got you all brainwashed. And let’s not forget my girlfriend. She’s all starry-eyed over his pseudo-intellectual crap while I’m left feeling like the third wheel in my own relationship. It’s like you’re all trying to take her away from me, one smug comment at a time.
      So, thanks for making me feel even more emasculated and paranoid. It’s really helping my relationships.. Maybe next time, I’ll just keep my thoughts to myself and let my cousin and his bee army have their way with my girlfriend while you all watch from your troll caves.

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