The Akashic records simply is a way to describe the universal ability of anyone directly accessing any information that ever was, is or ever will be, which is just as truly infinitely infinite as and equivalent to the sum totality of existence.It might sound like a lot, but is nothing special if you recognize some … Continue reading What are the Akashic records, and how do I access them?
We'll always be able to eat meat if we really want. We would go, kill and eat. We are only murderers when the individuals we kill did not want to die, which happens when we kill with evil intent (Swedish translation: ont uppsåt). If we eat someone murdered by someone else I think we might … Continue reading A note on eating meat and murder
This week I was at my first "real" job interview.. felt really weird.. just, that I hadn't imagined I would be as much the interviewer as the interviewed.. there was always the idea in my mind that the one applying is getting interviewed so, it was a totally new experience. Similar to going to a … Continue reading Saturday Sermon
Lakeside photos Walking to the lake again today, taking pictures with my FairPhone2. It is the only properly modular cellphone I know. Kick-ass. I look forward to this becoming industry standard eventually. I found a solar-powered Canadian laptop (http://store.solaptop.com/ ) but I'm unsure about its upgradability/modularity. Neither do the company say anything about the ethics … Continue reading Lakeside photos • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise
To properly prepare for a mystical experience I did this guided meditation by Leo Gura, followed by a short breathing exercise as described in this video by Mantak Chia, and then took a walk outdoors, with the aim to find someplace to read Cicero's letters to Atticus for twenty minutes. I had only walked perhaps … Continue reading Walking the edge of the matrix
How locked is the everyday mind into its usual habits that even the names of common objects pass by the consciousness unnoticed. There is nothing ordinary however about existence, it is ALWAYS here and ALWAYS unfathomably mysterious, ungraspable and infinite. History, culture and reasons, just faint patterns on the tapestry of a miniscule grain in … Continue reading Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org
The oddest thing alive The unsolvable equation The seamless automation The inside that is outside Then only thing that ever was Did you notice, that it's you?
Since this is a personal blog post, by no means do I assume to be the utmost authority on this subject. I write this as a way to clarify my thoughts and I invite any reader to read critically. I encourage and welcome any comments with suggestions for improvement. What is success? An expectation of … Continue reading On success, science, mathematics, relations between theses and the Limits of Science
Curious about Contemplation? As I wrote yesterday, I would go to bed listening to the Quran and then to a mystical text. The Quran was to get as immersed in the Arabic religion as possible, while still letting my mind be open enough to not fall into traps of dividing people into identities, but to … Continue reading Timeless Tuesday
This blog post starts out mundane, but as we get longer into Sunday it becomes very profound. Saturday https://youtu.be/13zrcAz2Fx4 Part I of this weeks b³O video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN8J-ghAjSA&t=11s part II of this weeks b³O video On Saturday I worked almost the whole day bringing you the two episodes above. Then I streamed briefly on Twitch, replacing the … Continue reading Saturday Stream / Sunday Sonder