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Nobody Knows More Than You. Nobody.

Consciousness pioneer Terence McKenna sums it up perfectly in this short, eloquent clip. Enjoy the liberating wonder of conscious simplicity. Love, Zen

(hat tip to Ann at Exopermaculture – tx!)

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    • Great question. We all speak of and/or sense the loneliness that comes with awakening, and I believe the more we awaken the lonelier we are in this five-sense reality matrix that most people call normal. I concur, and my “solution” thus far has been to withdraw from “normal” activities, fully knowing that although less painful perhaps in the short-term, this is not the solution I desire. Been aching for a physical group of like-minded individuals outside of brilliant virtual forums like this. Anyone else know of existing sites or interested in developing let’s be the change and get something off the ground….

      • Hey Gus, maybe we can get someone to start a personals website for evolution. I would name it TWO OR MORE, after the physics of dyads (2) being exponentially greater than the solo 1.

        Here’s to the proverbial 2 or more.

        contact me redhawk333@live.com

      • To Gus and All:

        There are people all around us, we just have to reach out. Gather snippets of such great writings you resonate with, print them out and hand them to people who might be a little bit in agreement with your feelings. We are all in this together…what do we have to lose…love is free, fun and not against the law…yet.

    • hey Bruv, I have also been looking for the same thing!!! if you find it please let me know, cos damn, culture can be a problems sometimes and i need to meet up with those types of people too

  1. Absolutely, positively “spot on” advice.
    Thank God there was Terence McKenna, plus all those that came before and after him, that left us this wisdom.

  2. McKenna is a genius
    Hey Zen, have you listened to his talk about culture and ideology? It’s on youtube; ‘Culture and ideology are not your friends’, something along those lines. It’s about 1:40:00, but there’s an 8 minute video too which kind of summarizes the idea.

    Thanks for the video btw

    Take care.

  3. Great combination, your last 2 articles togerther: Ask the the right question + nobody knows more than I do. I must have really taken the advice in deep, I spent all Sunday asking google questions, reframing the questions until I got fresh & unusual results. Then I sorted out the results based on what I know to be true/false. That left me with little nuggets of gold wisdom that make me feel refreshed & renergized today, a Monday, the hardest day of the week. It’s almost like I outwitted the control program & got into the deep stuff like I used to do when google first arrived on the scene. What fun! Thanks.
    Thanks

  4. Another great name for the new website “THE BUDDY SYSTEM” C) redhawk

    Time for the joy of PURE motivations.

    Ego Beans C) redhawk are a rip off.

    Addiction to sex , false power, shallow beauty, etc are all ripoffs .

    Ain’t no substitute for ESSENCE.

    And here’s another great name for my new personals website ” ESSENCE DUETS” c) redhawk

  5. All the personals websites I see keep everyone mired in misery, and the ARCHONS fat

    Free the slaves , let essence reign !

  6. Just think, if the BUDDY SYSTEM FOR THE EVOLUTION took off, and everyone became paired/repaired with someone who is also ready to die for the evolution—THIS WOULD WIN THE WORLD FOR LOVE !

    If it ain’t worth dyin’ for it ain’t worth lovin’ for.

  7. Terence lumps Buddhist ideology in with Christian and others which shows, once again, how many thinkers don’t get it. The Buddha himself told people to self-test anything he taught, and do do what Terence recommends, trust experience.

    But ordinary experience can be deceiving, especially if you are traumatized, eating toxic foods, living in a toxic world. Cravings and racism can arise while you’re on mushrooms or sitting on the toilet.

    That’s why we need to tame our minds. So Terence is wrong, essentially: experience is fundamentally biased for the undisiciplined…I’ll take contentment over experience, any day.

    • Who are you to say that the “undisciplined” aren’t experiencing an unbiased reality when your own reality could be equally as biased (just in a different direction)? We all grow up with different experiences and with different dogmatic ideologies drilled into our heads. All of us are biased in some way. While I agree with most points you’ve made, I have to defend Terence here. He was simply advocating the importance of “direct experience” vs. believing in something just because someone of higher authority told you so. This is, in my opinion, one of the singular most important messages for this new generation. There is such a vast array of information being spread through the tv, internet, and the like that it’s easy to just accept it all as truth. We need to investigate things for ourselves, otherwise how will we ever propagate new ideas?

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