Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest

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  1. […] The misuse of spirituality as a shield against the wholeness of the world How to get peace of mind Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest Life in the present Positive thinking is bullshit Get a life What is mind? What is soul? And what is […]

  2. […] To perceive everything as symbols of that which is life, may be the fastest way. It includes forgiveness and pretending to be a person as they also are symbols of life … and it is so easy to practise, because forgetting to practise it is just another symbol of that which is life. You do not have to be a good pupil. A bad one is also a symbol of that which is life. and you do not need a teacher. You cannot go wrong – every moment is the perfect moment. […]

  3. […] perceive everything as symbols of that which is life is as soothing as to accept death, or that every moment is the perfect one, or that you do not know what and where you […]

  4. […] as a symbol of that which is life. This choice is as soothing as to accept death, or that every moment is the perfect moment, or that you do not know what and where you […]

  5. […] choice is to see everything as a symbol of that which is you, namely non-duality. Consequently every moment is the perfect moment, nothing is wrong or […]

  6. […] Three years ago I was about to die after having been stuck in the rainforest for two days without food and water. It was an extremely beautiful place and it felt so good to die there, but in the end I was saved by a helicopter – and returned to physical life again. More about that in another blog. […]

  7. […] a person, to not know what and where you are, seeing symbols of life in the world, or perceiving every moment as the perfect moment is meant to get you get going on automatic gear in the way this works out through your personality […]

  8. […] A few years ago I was about to die after having been stuck in a rainforest for two days without food and water. It was such a beautiful place that I had no problem to finish there, but in the end I was taken back to the so-called civilized world by a helicopter. More about that in another article. […]

  9. […] A few years ago I was about to die after having been stuck in a rainforest for two days without food and water. It was such a beautiful place that I had no problem to finish there, but in the end I was taken back to the so-called civilized world by a helicopter. More about that in another article. […]

  10. […] so that it did not seem to come from him somebody or something else. See also the article Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest about his experiences of […]

  11. […] irritation, so that it seemed to come from somebody or something else instead. See also the article Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest about his experiences of […]

  12. […] You may find inspiration for leaving thoughts behind in the article Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest. […]

  13. […] To perceive everything as symbols of that which is life, may be the fastest way. It includes forgiveness and pretending to be a person as they also are symbols of life … and it is so easy to practise, because forgetting to practise it is just another symbol of that which is life. You do not have to be a good pupil. A bad one is also a symbol of that which is life. and you do not need a teacher. You cannot go wrong – every moment is the perfect moment. […]

  14. […] By following the stream of thoughts to the end, what you appear to be ends. It may be the final end of the appearance of you in body or just what you have appeared to be until then. The latter was what happened to Alexius, when he was stuck in the primeval forest for two days without water and food. His new appearance was as an Enlightened Non-Teacher. Read more about that here. […]

  15. […] Going with the flow of thoughts does not mean that you will get the best business deal, holiday or dinner, for example, but that your experience of it will be the best. See also Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest. […]

  16. […] needs to get over with so he can feel better, because everything is as it is. See also when he was saved by helicopter from the rainforest, even though he did not feel there was something to be saved […]

  17. […] By following the stream of thoughts to the very end, what you appear to ends there as well. It could be the final end of the appearance of you in a body or just what you have seemed to be until then. The latter was what happened to Alexius when he was stuck in the primaeval forest for two days without water and food. From there on he appeared as an Enlightened Non-Teacher. Read more about that here. […]

  18. […] By following the stream of thoughts to the very end, what you appear to ends there as well. It could be the final end of the appearance of you in a body or just what you have seemed to be until then. The latter was what happened to Alexius when he was stuck in the primaeval forest for two days without water and food. From there on he appeared as an Enlightened Non-Teacher. Read more about that here. […]

  19. […] Read more about this twosome in the part The world is a construction of fragmented thoughts in Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest. […]

  20. […] PART 3: By following the stream of thoughts to the very end, what you appear to end there as well. It could be the final end of you the appearing to be in a body or just what you have seemed to be until then. The latter was what happened to Alexius when he followed the stream of thoughts deep into an ancient forest where he was stuck for two days without water and food. After having been wired up by a helicopter and spending more than a month on two hospitals, he did not appear like a hiker anymore but an Enlightened Non-Teacher (read more about that here). […]

  21. […] Read more about this twosome in the part The world is a construction of fragmented thoughts in Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest. […]

  22. […] PART 3: By following the stream of thoughts to the very end, what you appear to end there as well. It could be the final end of you the appearing to be in a body or just what you have seemed to be until then. The latter was what happened to Alexius when he followed the stream of thoughts deep into an ancient forest where he was stuck for two days without water and food. After having been wired up by a helicopter and spending more than a month on two hospitals, he did not appear like a hiker anymore but an Enlightened Non-Teacher (read more about that here). […]

  23. […] Unlike parents, though, the brain does not perceive good to be better than evil, but as a pair that is useful in entertaining you. Just like it is as essential to go down as up in a rollercoaster to be entertained by it. Something apparently evil may, therefore, happen to you. But perceiving that as it is what it is, there is no noticeable difference good and evil. Thus you are free to feel entertained – just like Alexius did when he was stuck down in a primordial forest for two days without food and water until a helicopter wired him up. Read more about that here. […]