What is God?

Few people seem to understand what God really is. Perhaps especially religious people, but maybe also scientifically minded people, because they are so locked into thinking, 'oh, if we don't have proof, we can't be sure it exists'. So forget every story about god told by any religion. God is infinitely infinite and by that … Continue reading What is God?

My Quickest Nondual Enlightenment Experience?

As the clock turns past 21.30 this evening and I sit in front of a laptop with this music on... looking forward towards the wall at the desk is enough and non-dual perception strikes... I breath into my heart and sense it ... the infinite Everything, past, present, future is one whole single thing. There … Continue reading My Quickest Nondual Enlightenment Experience?

Saturday in Stockholm

I had some very joyful moments today... When they come I feel that I trust that this life, this moment is good and meant to be. In those moments I can see how some things which seem relatively bad are only so from some certain perspectives, held by those that haven't yet awoken. They might … Continue reading Saturday in Stockholm

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

Saturday Sermon

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 • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise

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

Contrasting symbolic and nonsymbolic reality — A conceptual sketch

This model particularly focuses on the imaginary limitations of the "human mind", as perceived while "in it" and can serve as a loose guide to look "outside it". sketch of a model of reality Something to right side of to the axis of meaning (on morality), partly written in other notes: "has to be meaningful/good", … Continue reading Contrasting symbolic and nonsymbolic reality — A conceptual sketch

Walking the edge of the matrix

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

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

Ascendant Ambiguity Access

I intend to write poetry but often something more ambiguous wants to come out. This time it is a kind of textual journey about being ordinary and yearning to access the mystical. What's the point of being with the in-peopleif not so that when you come back outyou have reached another leveland can teach what … Continue reading Ascendant Ambiguity Access