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  • 2018-07-25 @ 18:20:30

    Follow your heart, but take your brain with you. That’s the almost cringey cheesy print on my coffee mug, and a great piece of advice.

    Why “Follow Your Heart” Is Really Bad Advice

  • 2017-03-26 @ 15:41:13

    This is gold, and the defensive butthurt comments give us perfect live examples of the list items.
    This is just like how my contributions used to be received, for the same reasons. People don’t like having their bullshit questioned

    10 “Spiritual” Things People Do That Are Total Bullshit

  • 2016-03-20 @ 15:04:11

    When did High Existence become a propaganda website?

    These tactics are employed by ALL skillful politicians in the entire civilized world.
    Trump style tactics.

    Of course he’s America-centric. He’s an American politician.
    Forget your dreams of world dominion. This is a world of sovereign states and autonomous peoples. We’re not the same and we’re not in the same boat.


    What if Money Were No Object? — Alan Watts on the Meaning of (Your) Life

  • 2015-04-11 @ 17:08:39

    Being an expert does not mean being unbiased or all-knowing. Experts know that there are many solutions, but they pick their favourites in various ways. Some pick the easiest/laziest option. Many pick the option they get paid to endorse.

    It’s not human numbers or hunger that is really causing the problems. Irresponsibility and unsustainable methods are.

    Environmentalist politicians don’t give a damn about polluted oceans because you can’t fish for votes or bribes with that, while bloated lesser issues like CO2 is very lucrative business.

    The problem with humans and society is that the threshold and outcome are always set by the very worst individuals. It’s not a particular demographic or class that ruins things, it’s the worst individuals of each one.

    13 Ways Overpopulation and Overconsumption Will Be The End Of Us All (In Pictures)

  • 2015-03-04 @ 15:45:12

    Interesting read, about the similarities and differences between groups of people.

    Rednecks doing Yoga

  • 2015-02-28 @ 16:46:49

    …or you can grow food and medicine.
    Just sayin

    Life is Garden, Dig It

  • 2015-02-05 @ 15:05:51

    “I’m a woman, I don’t like to listen” – made my day

    Stop a Douchebag Squad – Epic

  • 2013-12-01 @ 12:06:56

    I feel ya, mate.

    What the hell is community need anyway? Look at the communities today, compare them with communities of the olden days… they had less resources and less rules yet they worked better than the ones of today.

    Community need is bullshit.

    As for no interest in practical stuff… well, that’s just a matter of habit. Just remember… if you don’t change things you aren’t entitled to complain about the way things are.


  • 2013-09-15 @ 13:18:27

    Very wise

    Group Think

  • 2013-08-23 @ 14:25:54



  • 2013-08-01 @ 14:05:43

    Preventing? Haha, rubbish.

    People are stupid and bring this shit upon themselves. Yeah there are so-called puppeteers out there, but they can’t do anything unless you let them. Now, we live in a semi-democracy which is ruled by the stupid masses, and whoever pleases these stupid monkeys gets whatever they want. Power, money, obedience, etc.

    People want to throw their souls away to some mighty ass-hat who can offer them security and comfort.

    That’s the only reason we have such as fucked up system.

    Don’t blame the players, blame the idiots who made the game. That’s the masses, every individual among them.

    think while it’s still legal

  • 2013-07-25 @ 04:09:04

    True dat.

    But what’s up with those speakers? They look awfully flat…

    Freedom begins when…

  • 2013-06-12 @ 14:16:28

    This is the good stuff.

    Pay attention, feminists.

  • 2013-06-07 @ 11:32:02

    No movie. It’s a band photo of Nirvana.
    They were big in the 90s, dude in the middle blew his head off with a shotgun.

    Men Don’t Protect You Anymore

  • 2013-06-06 @ 14:01:08

    That cobra sure looks skeptical…

    Be Here Now

  • 2013-05-22 @ 12:25:37

    How about “Nobody should ever be blackmailed at all. Period”. ?


  • 2013-03-09 @ 14:07:09

    Actually, you’ll be a lot more efficient if you’re playing when you’re working… as in being inspired and working on things that you actually consider worthwhile and stimulating, rather than mindmumbing work which you do just because you want something else out of it.

    Always have fun in whatever you’re doing, you can make anything fun. And if you can’t find a way to have fun with something, don’t do it, it’s a waste of time.

    Likewise, playing and relaxing is work, maintenance work to be more specific. It’s just as important in the process as active working time is. If you don’t relax and play, you can’t focus and you can’t work hard, therefore they are crucial tasks.
    And if you don’t work, your mind can’t rest, which makes it a crucial part of relaxation.

    The ideal situation where you have both fun and discipline in every daily activity.
    THAT is the definition of winning.

    Productivity Tip: Stop ‘Working So Hard’

  • 2013-02-19 @ 14:44:44

    No, that’s called a woman.


    dont be an askhole :)

  • 2013-01-10 @ 12:30:07


    What’s Stopping You?

  • 2013-01-05 @ 17:22:44

    The manifesto of manipulative “greatness.”

    On Small Lives

  • 2013-01-05 @ 17:22:16

    The typical glorification of lost cultures…

    ..unfortunately this kind of stuff is just wishful thinking.

    Property, rules and systems have always been around in every culture. It’s older than civilization itself. The animals do it, always have, we do it, always will.


  • 2012-11-19 @ 10:56:20


    The bottom comment…

  • 2012-11-07 @ 22:56:39

    Great shit.

    Except for the fucking mask.


  • 2012-11-07 @ 13:35:21

    Ewww that’s two dudes. What the fuck.


  • 2012-11-05 @ 16:05:49


    And how I’m living.


  • 2012-11-05 @ 16:05:05

    Thanks for the lesson in manipulation…

    hugs <3

  • 2012-11-04 @ 14:41:06

    Anyone else notice the mascara? Why would mother earth have mascara?

    Save Mother Earth

  • 2012-09-13 @ 13:09:03

    Great stuff!

    A Fun, Little Mind-Trick For Déjà Vu’s

  • 2012-09-11 @ 09:37:44

    Way to stroke your ego…


  • 2012-09-02 @ 07:34:53

    Very good points.

    But very one-sided and angled.

    The Virtual Body Ideal: Why We Feel More Insecure Than Ever

  • 2012-08-25 @ 02:12:57



  • 2012-08-25 @ 02:10:35


    Funny wallpaper is here free download

  • 2012-08-07 @ 10:27:25

    …and the creepy demon rabbit.

    (right there below the bird)


  • 2012-07-17 @ 08:58:08

    This is a great article!

    You guys really should get back to posting this kind of stuff, because this is the stuff that’s interesting and mind-expanding and worthwhile.

    Good job.

    This Will Mindfuck You: Simultaneity Is Relative

  • 2012-07-17 @ 02:46:58

    There are several other cures for cancer too. And simply preventing it is even easier, just stay fucking healthy, ta-DAH!


  • 2012-02-14 @ 15:05:09

    This is great. Although I disagree about change being hard.

    3 Killer Tips for Changing Yourself

  • 2012-02-02 @ 06:01:54

    @Daniel 100% agreed

    Repetition, Bubbles, and Immune Systems: Why We Must Start Dreaming Again

  • 2012-02-02 @ 06:01:31

    This is the best article I’ve read in a very, very long time.

    Thanks a lot for sharing this with us.

    Repetition, Bubbles, and Immune Systems: Why We Must Start Dreaming Again

  • 2012-01-09 @ 16:42:27

    Great stuff.

    There is nothing to be serious about, and nothing to be negative about. The world is beautiful and awesome. Not enjoying it is crazy

    Imagine a World

  • 2011-11-29 @ 16:31:14

    Very well written article, great stuff. The test in the link was a bit odd though, didn’t understand it. I got a decent score, I think:

    Self-Kindness: 5.00
    Self-Judgment: 1.40
    Common Humanity: 1.75
    Isolation: 1.00
    Mindfulness: 5.00
    Over-Identification: 1.00
    Overall score: 4.39

    The Dark Side of Self Improvement

  • 2011-11-08 @ 09:30:54

    Wow, this is very similar to my routine. But I use longer intervals.

    Works great as well. Full immersion requires rhythmic stress.

    The End-All Productivity/Meditation Technique

  • 2011-10-28 @ 09:41:09

    Super great article, really nice reading. More people need to understand the truth in this.

    Your Worldview Can Set You Free

  • 2011-09-01 @ 09:20:28

    A super-simple piece of wisdom: There is no success or failure, only consequences of actions. It’s all feedback to what you’re doing. If you truly realize this, “success” for you will be inevitable and easy to achieve.

    How do we achieve and appreciate success?

  • 2011-08-31 @ 09:57:22

    I love Carl Sagan, and Cosmos is one of my favourite series, of all genres.

    This guy had such a brilliant mind, if the scientists of today were anything like him the world would be a better place.

    7 Carl Sagan Videos That Will Transport Your Mind to the Outer Reaches of the Universe

  • 2011-08-28 @ 10:19:13

    Simple and very very true. Can’t belive some people don’t get this. Applied to reality, this stuff turns life into paradise. It’s that simple.

    HE Life Lesson #1: Love or Fear

  • 2011-08-19 @ 12:39:54

    True wisdom. It’s so sad how most people read your awesome posts but don’t take the knowledge. Or maybe it isn’t, and maybe they will. We’ll see.

    Opinions are just stifling the soul, that’s why this zen master is such a god.

    The Fable of the Zen Master

  • 2011-08-19 @ 10:17:29

    Oh yeah, I want to suggest a movie that should DEFINITELY be on the list.
    Interstate 60.

    It’s so deep and very insightful. It handles many issues of the world, like drugs and greed, but it still manages to be both funny and beautiful.
    It revolves a lot around the human mind and subjects like truth, beliefs, love, death, slavery, politics and mysticism. But at the same time, it’s just a weird road movie. That’s what’s so cool about it, they manage to fuse everything together very nicely.

    I can’t tell you much about the story, because that would spoil pretty much everything. It’s not a very well-known movie, but it’s quite a big production and there are several famous actors in it.
    I can’t describe this movie with words, you must see it to understand.

    I can’t stress enough how good this film is.

    25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven’t Seen

  • 2011-08-18 @ 10:51:21

    I’ve seen some of these (mostly the more well-known ones like Lebowski, which is one of my favourites) and I definitely have to check the rest out.

    Let the right one in can be very hard to grasp, it’s a Swedish film so it’s weird. All Swedish films are like that, even the comedies. I didn’t like it that much, but it’s a nice movie still.

    The only one of these films I don’t understand how people like is Spirited away. Now I haven’t watched the whole thing but I found it very boring and pointless. Just my opinion tho.

    25 Spectacular Movies You (Probably) Haven’t Seen

  • 2011-08-18 @ 10:35:20

    YES. I’ve been doing this stuff for a pretty long time now, and it’s the key to success and well-being.

    Sadly, most of the people on this site won’t apply this to their lives, even if they claim to do so. Just reading the discussions proves this.

    The Secret to Life in 2 Words

  • 2011-08-01 @ 02:15:05

    Great stuff, I’ve thought about similar things before. What we see is only the surface of a process, not what’s absolute. We don’t really know anything other than what our senses are perceiving, all else is fantasy.

    This Will MindFuck You: Videogame-ism

  • 2011-07-28 @ 03:43:56

    So true.

    I think one of the biggest problems is people’s definition of love. When they say love, they’re actually talking about totally different things that aren’t love. The worst of all are all the “love films” which are just steaming piles of drama and pseudo-romantic nonsense. That’s all about a lack of love, not about love.

    Codependency, neediness, clinginess, monogamy, etc. is NOT love, it’s fear. Yet people say it’s the other way around, and keep on living miserable lives without questioning their dumb definitions.

    Love is all you need.

    What is Love? Swami Giten Speaks