Sunday, December 26, 2010

"permanent" is an idea

Q: Ok dude, lay it out on me.
I realised the lie. This liberated state only last two weeks. And those two weeks were fucking amazing.
But I kept going back and forth. Constantly. Four months on...the same things that made me realise it have no effect on me now.
I realise the delusion of self but it has not sticked.
Is McKenna's autolysis the only way to fully perminate the state?
I don't understand how reading Tolle will deepen the state either.

A: Clarity is a moment by moment affair.
"Permanent" is an idea.

All images/ideas are just that.
See them as they arise and there will be no confusion.

The memory of the two amazing weeks may lead to searching again.
The search is based on ideas only.

This moment is all there is.
All projected problems and successes are just ideas.
Searching is the result of not seeing this.

This needs to be seen now.
This cannot be stored.

McKenna and Tolle are phonies - don't trust what they sell.
Sometimes what they say is true, but that's just because they are repeating what they have 'learned' from others.

I will substantiate these statements in the coming days.
A quick example - UG Krishnamurti and McKenna have totally incompatible 'teachings'.
Yet McKenna states him as an example.


  1. You are correct, all there is is clarity in the moment. There is no permanent state.

    However, I am not sure that you are aware that the Ruthless Truth members have not fully awaken. They have yet to meet the absolute, they've only seen no-self. That Ciaran character has mislead them into believing that no-self was full awakening.

    I look forward to hearing what you have to say about Tolle and McKenna.

    Take care,

  2. Yes, I'm well aware of RT.
    Ciaran is deluded and charismatic - a potent mix!

    Many people are having an insight into the truth of no-self, but there they get stuck as that then becomes the basis of their new belief system.

    McKenna sees himself as a teacher and says that he can help.
    UG Krishnamurti, says that he's a fluke, that there is no path, no teacher and no way to see what he sees.
    UGK tells everyone that nothing they do will lead them to clarity. That there is no such thing as enlightenment, and that all teachers are phonies and liars.
    He tells people to go away and not waste their lives (whilst at the same time encouraging their devotion to him and their financial support!)
    UGK another confused and dishonest (non)teacher.

    This message is the antithesis of McKenna's message, and yet he cites UGK as an authority!