So I was having a rant, and it lead me to some interesting conjecture.
"They say the wise strive to exist internally without gratification of others and the world. If thats so, then what's the f*cking point of being on this circular spinning rock?!"
Maybe we have it all backwards. Perhaps life is death, and death is life. What does this mean?
When you strip away all of your beliefs, desires, and identity... what is left? Can you still function without your inner shield that masks your true self with hopes, fears, and ambitions?
Do you see the world in a different way to everyone else? You do? That's great. Embrace it.
You also have the urge to bring truth and expansion to people's minds? Wonderful.
Everytime you try to share your truth with people they battle you? Well...
...sometimes you have to take the brunt of their insecurities, their prickliness, their aggressiveness, passiveness, lack of diligence, stupidty etc. in order for love to truly blossem and establish it's self in its most genuine form.
Sometimes the very expression of these aspects are that person trying to love you...
When layers of the shell break away, all the remains is love.
I'm thinking of progressing my out of body projections towards the direction of slapping people upside the head with pure geometry and shaking up their reality, giving no care about their current position in life. That would be my exchange of love. It doesn't even need explaination. Kind of like picking up a bug and placing it somewhere from its current path.
To settle and compress sexual/fire energy, the reverse fire mudra is an excellent tool.
- Calm the mind and body.
- Regulate the breath, deep and steady - breathing through the stomach.
- Hands are separate, on their respective sides of the body.
- Palms facing upwards, touch your middle finger and thumb, while other fingers are extended but relaxed.