🤩 What Is Awakening? | Awakening, Explained Ep. 1 (w/Dr. Angelo DiLullo)

Waking up from the dream of separation. Interesting way to approach this. There is also a free app for this. Simply Always Awake: Angelo Dilullo's Awake Book and Guided Meditations

“When childhood dies, it’s corpses are called adults”

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brilliant video! :brown_heart:
started right on well on the introduction. loved it!
@Kalabasis I think you will also LOVE this video :cowboy_hat_face:
if this all existed, I would be so delightful to observe Doc Vader breathing when it’s time to breath, increasing his presence when needed…
Also LOVED Dr. Angelo’s shirt, hair cut, profound presence and look!
what an inspiration… :pray:t3: :gem: :sun_with_face:
hihihi…
Indeed it’s not reversible… thank goddess :heart_eyes:
when Dr. Angelo talked about the spark, I felt it inside of me.

“Everything is enlightenment”
“Everything is aliveness”
“Everything is alright”

“All magnified into significant existence” - I needed to hear that today @_Barry :pray:t3:

DIVINE video… going to recommend it…

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I love Angelo! And Zubin cracks me up!

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Amazing video, thank you for this.

Has episode 2 posted yet?

Or are there more episodes on the horizon.

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Just hope that dog doesnt see a squirrel, a lap full of coffee isnt the most pleasant sensation…

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yes, they are all posted!
if you check this channel https://www.youtube.com/@ZDoggMD
you can see it all there!
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now imagine it happens in a lucid dream… what an amazing journey would be to watch the coffee dancing with it all and transcending its’ original shape and perhaps becoming a butterfly… the man could then start flying and see the whole scene from above, laughing about how wonderful it is that the dog would be playing with the squirrel… hihihi

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How To Wake Up | Awakening, Explained Ep. 2 (w/Dr. Angelo DiLullo)

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Exploring Attention | Awakening, Explained Ep. 3 (w/Dr. Angelo DiLullo)

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Describing his T-shirt: “It’s very now-tro . . .”

"Taking off the VR Goggles . . . "

From a Reddit post I came across recently : It seems pretty clear that VR can help people see the illusory nature of regular reality if they’re directed or instructed to look at it in that way. No different from a dream analogy, really, which is common in Buddhism. Dream analogies clearly aren’t necessary for enlightenment, so neither are VR analogies, but they’re still useful tools. In the same way, you could swap out “awakening” and “taking off the headset” and get a similar, albeit slightly different, effect.

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I do something similar sometimes with reality checks

I try to imagine what is really going on beyond the veil of our senses.

AH said we only sense like .00000000001% of what is really going on in the physical world, my guess is that number is far too conservative.

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@_Barry. I am an illusury man, drinking illusury coffee with my illusury dog in this illusury reality. “Life is but a dream!”
Until that pesky illusury squirrel comes and makes me spill my illusury coffee all over my illusury lap! :joy:

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and it’s HOT! :worried: :worried: :worried: :worried: :worried: :worried:

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@_Barry. Yeah and that illusury hot coffee burns my illusury skin! Ouch!
This waking dream may be dream-like, but the consequences of actions seem to be much more stable, long-lasting and potentially painful! Or so it seems.
In a night-time dream I can jump off a cliff, defy gravity and fly. In this waking dream I wouldn’t want to try that unless I wanted a quick trip to the afterlife bardo realms!

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:upside_down_face::alien::v:

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“Life is a Cartoon.”
Didn’t Yogi Bear say that? :joy:

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Reality Unfiltered | Awakening, Explained Ep. 4 (w/Dr. Angelo DiLullo)

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