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February 09, 2014


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Picard's patients reported feelings of certainty – the sense that all is right with the world – which would seem to fit with a theory that the anterior insula is involved in predicting the way the body is going to feel in the next instant. Those predictions are then compared with actual sensations, generating a "prediction error" signal that might help to determine how we react to a changing environment. If the prediction error is small, we feel good, if it is large we feel anxious.

If it's nonexistent, voila, enlightenment.

It might be the inverse

Epilepsy being a kind of "going in" in one of the chakras by any cause,

but not able to handle the resulting energies.

Therefore it might be of such importance to have the body numb first in RSSB's method



Ecstatic feelings can be caused by the disappearance of religious belief and the behavioral burden such beliefs can place upon you.

When I quit my religion, Sant Mat(RSSB), after decades of participation, I felt great. Big monkey off my back. I was free of the burden and confines of conditioned, relative belief into the infinite realm of the unknown and unknowable.

That's another ecstatic

The subject is the intense delirious ecstatic - :)



May the intense delirium of ecstacy be yours forever even if it is just a state. Could Truth lie beyond such states? Maybe it is both a state and non-state? Sort of beyond the concept of either. Which may sound like oblivion but it could also be undifferentiated infinitude radiating endlessly in non-ecstatic ecstacy in an eternal timeless moment.

Thanks Tucson

It is a little bit mundane to speak about 'delirious'
but THAT is what it is.

Like using the term ' orgasm '

I said before
it is not constant but its an up and down ruthm on a rising spiral

The downs can be go lower than the f i 3 lower etapes/spiral circles
and the UP's are better/ higher all the time.

Although our whole life and more ( Dharma ) is involved , meditation can as nothing else enforce the process

It is just the reason why we exist or better why God exists in so many forms
She is just busy to accumulate compassion and Love

We are what She is.

Therefore these 7 heavens or 5 regions
they are a state of consciousness and when that state is almost equal with another Jeeva (Soul+Ego)
we create together such a delightful region

Ther regions also definitely are an indication of pureness

While Charan Singh was an physical expression of Love but also Might, like a King
the present Sat Guru expresses tremendous pureness

I cannot believe almost that intense blanc radiation when seeing Him better.

These are all creations, I mean : We create that, c q God creates that
a giant carnival/circus of joy on the way upstream

It's also so clear that it will never end
and as we ascend you recognize master who harmonize with us, -certainly Masters we knew in the past-
all in harmony of our own 'sentiments'
to use that word only because it is clear

You know that I am almost 80, . . i talk about my own experiences
No words can express the beauty of the RSSB method of sweet sound & light

When you have a peak in meditation
but also just everywhere
you can live in joy for months on that

Most who experience all that have their mouth shut
It's better, . . but I will have to reborn
to do some finishing touches



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