The ultimate answer to all questions

No reason, or infinitely many, is/are the ultimate answer or reason =) It is just very easy for the conditioned mind to replace one set of beliefs like those in religions by making up a (or a few) new ones.Acausality and paradox as fundamental properties of existence are not what it excels at. This is … Continue reading The ultimate answer to all questions

Watching a movie

I rarely watch 'regular' movies these day, most are a waste of time since I find it hard to learn anything from them. Instead I usually find clips of talks concerning specific interests on YouTube. But today I made an exception. I watched the documentary Cowspiracy for the first time, thanks to a friend inviting … Continue reading Watching a movie

Q & A with exercises inspired by Facebook conversations • On my personal life, learning languages, leaving the past (light version and not-so-light), what is good & evil and the viewpoint of the meat industry as an ongoing holocaust

I know these are all questions you have all wondered about but might have been afraid to ask, and the exercises are some you never thought about but can't wait to try! So go ahead, read and explore! How am I doing lately? I am grateful, joyful and loving to be, even when nothing makes … Continue reading Q & A with exercises inspired by Facebook conversations • On my personal life, learning languages, leaving the past (light version and not-so-light), what is good & evil and the viewpoint of the meat industry as an ongoing holocaust

Writings partly inspired by Buddhism, talks from Jiddu Krishnamurti and videos by Leo Gura of actualized.org

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

Timeless Tuesday

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

Saturday Stream / Sunday Sonder

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

ProFoundational Friday

From binge to infinity and back Follow me along a train of thought. After eating just enough breakfast, the craving. An onslaught of desire for bread, seeds and peanut butter. First guilt,  but then, knowing it leads nowhere, acceptance into higher awareness. Observing the physical actions: Still filling up the stomach. Now sensing each taste … Continue reading ProFoundational Friday