A note on eating meat and murder

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

❄ Multilingual Musing 🌺

dedicated to the reader(s) As a form of translinguistic vocalization or imitational translation; consider taking well-known expressions in other languages and expressing them in one's mother tongue while maintaining the emphasis and tonality of the original language in thought ior¹ voice or thought, barriers are torn down in one's heart and mind and a profound … Continue reading ❄ Multilingual Musing 🌺

8th time with AV and the Cube of Truth • A journal of an animal activist

Since the beginning of February this year I have been volunteering for Anonymous for the Voiceless. AV as it is often called in short, is truly a phenomena, an animal rights movement which has grown over the last years to now organize weekly events in over 900 cities all around the world. The number of … Continue reading 8th time with AV and the Cube of Truth • A journal of an animal activist

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?

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

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

Fly agaric — amanita muscaria

Magic Mushroom Monday

Today I Was very close to a full enlightenment experience similar to what I had in 2017 Did yoga Ate only chickpeas and apples Shouted more than I ever recall in my whole life Took a walk in the forest and ate a small bit of Amanita muscaria, a mushroom. Supposedly poisonous, it had no … Continue reading Magic Mushroom Monday

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

Vegan dinner for chakras, closeup of kelp noodles, chia seeds and mint

Managing Monday

Morning Practicing Gratitude I woke up really late, at 10. But since I wore socks and pajamas pants, leaving bed was not a problem. I had wanted to apply for a job between 7 and 8 in the morning, but since I had disrupted the schedule I had planned, I felt reluctant against doing anything! … Continue reading Managing Monday