cornbread714 wrote:I loves me some Alan Watts.
Thanks for that.
Did you put that vid together, Demobe?
Man, hats off if you did...
yeah i did, glad you like it amigo alan one of my heros
ps keep questioning bro. if ppl dont like what question. fuck em
big RESPECT TO YOU
The experience of realization is not to be put in words, ahahahah!! it can be labeled ecstatic but the only other thing to compare it to is what death will surely bring, this vibration takes hold of the body, and is felt throughout, first seemingly starting from the jaw/mouth and trough the neck and down, then unconsciousness sets in, you are still aware but there is an absence of all thought, there is no more somatic, then there is only extacy, dying over and over again, every time you scream for more and more and the experience is sustained until it consumes the voice, whence you are beyond, still being. A moment of this will make an addict out of anyone, and enough to give up anything and everything that had any meaning to them before, for the only meaning is what is beyond the unconsciousness, beyond the self or the voice, the last thing that gives, and reflecting on it you know beyond any doubt that the voice is not you, its just a voice and you are there beyond it unmoved by the motions, nothing budges you when all else gives, becoming one with the experience. Then there is the light flooding all witch is about the same except you are blinded and extinguished as if it pierces trough you and strips all from you, it is just such an indescribable state that it is beyond what any image can bring, and it is the only purpose, never can there be another want other than being in such a 'state'. The vibration is divine and it is clearly felt, when it starts this 'joy' sets in and you welcome it without any doubt of its benevolent nature, just as the awareness that is you accepts all, that's how the vibration is accepted even if some might label it uncomfortable before unconsciousness sets in.
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