Recapitulation - Events


The total goal of the shamanistic knowledge that we are handling is the preparation for facing the definitive journey: the journey that every human being has to take at the end of his life. Through their discipline and resolve, shamans are capable of retaining their individual awareness and purpose after death. For them, the vague, idealistic state that modern man calls "life after death" is a concrete region filled to capacity with practical affairs of a different order than the practical affairs of daily life, yet bearing a similar functional practicality. To collect the memorable events in their lives is, for shamans, the preparation for their entrance into that concrete region which they call the active side of infinity.

Every warrior, as a matter of duty, collects an album that reveals the warrior's personality, an album that attests to the circumstances of his life. Above all, it is like an album of pictures made out of memories, the recollection of memorable events;memorable because they have a special significance in one's life. Put in it the complete account of various events that have had profound significance for you.

Carlos Castaneda.

-Learning about lieing
-Learning about self reflection
-Becomming obsessed with death
-Living in Germany
-Having an amazing grandfather
-Having the nagging feeling that all is not what it seems
-Discovering my sexuality
-Learning about the night time and exploring it
-Getting migraine headaches
-Going to court and being convicted at age 13.
-Breaking my Collar bone
-Being told by an army vicar that i will have only 7 opportunities in life to turn to god
-Setting my head on fire
-First trying Pot
-Understanding that time does not exist
-Seeing that Science and Religion are the same
-Understanding that there are moral guides out there in film and music
-Finding Philosophy
-Meeting my partner Ali
-The need to start CloserToGod
-Discovering my autodidactic tendencies
-Seeing a number of UFO's
-Glimpsing the Collaborative Universe and Polysolipsism
-Having a weird experience over the internet with Mahadava (preacher Joe)
-Reading the Bagahvad Gita
-Seeing Capitalism as a great evil in the world
-Reading Castaneda for the first time
-Learning to become a Man of Knowledge
-Finding out about the game of life
-Understanding Love
-First Trying Salvia
-Discovering Alan Watts' philosophy
-Redeploying my energy and clearing my island of the tonal
-Losing my fear
-Fighting the corporate machine and winning
-Learning about the roles we all must play
-Discovering that decisions that we make are never owned by us
-Finding God and realising that it is just another game
-Understanding that everyone must be subservient to at least one other being
-Seeing Bird Flu as a potential test for my belief system


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