I found it odd, when I got online over twenty years ago, that there were very, very few people who meaningfully sought God, though Jesus said “first seek the Kingdom of God”. It seems people just casually believe. Not much attempt to actually really seek the Kingdom.

This process is not just called by Jesus, but is basic to any sort of search like this.

Have you ever missed a night of sleep to search? Have you ever gone without food? Have you ever gone without water?

Have you ever even used psychedelics?

Sadly, most I come to, it is ‘no, no, no, no’.




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  1. luftballooneyegouge 1 year ago

    When I was very young in my room alone, I asked for god to prove it’s existence by moving a tool-box sitting next to me. I just sat there staring at the tool-box.
    …nowadays I’m pretty sure it was flying around when I wasn’t looking, but at the time I was pretty bummed that the tool-box didn’t move.

    I’ve done acid, shrooms, DMT, & DMcough cough…
    :tease:

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      five2one 1 year ago

      @luftballooneyegouge I was amazed that DMZ could be such a powerful hallucinogen. I think I, at most, took just two bottles. I have taken 50 hits of acid at one time (though I knew you can not OD on lsd).

      As a teenager, I took a lot of Jim Morrison seriously, so I got into doing crazy, hyper dangerous stunts which most of the worst involved driving with pack of teenager friends while I was blackout drunk.

      I was serious, overall, so have seen higher truths via these methods and others. Though much of what one is going to experience is just a meaningless illusion.

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      • luftballooneyegouge 1 year ago

        @five2one
        50 hits sounds like you wanted to break on through whatever the cost. I’ve always felt the need for caution to be overwhelming.

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        five2one 1 year ago

        @luftballooneyegouge I just to that story to point out one of the may ways I have broken through. I was drunk when I ate all over those. It is not an OD, though mixed with alcohol it just made me black out sick.

        Did this manner work? Of course not. Less is more.

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      five2one 1 year ago

      @luftballooneyegouge on “When I was very young in my room alone, I asked for god to prove it’s existence by moving a tool-box sitting next to me. I just sat there staring at the tool-box.
      …nowadays I’m pretty sure it was flying around when I wasn’t looking, but at the time I was pretty bummed that the tool-box didn’t move.”

      God does not respond (usually) to tests. So, that is the error right there. “God IF you exist DO THIS”. That kind of thing you say to a food service worker or maid or mechanic.

      Not very God like to be ordered around.

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      • luftballooneyegouge 1 year ago

        @five2one
        It was more, in my mind, like a kid waving at someone.
        Who doesn’t wave back to a little kid waving at them?

        I’m more inclined to beeeeelieve that God is us, inside the big simulation we’ve all heard about. Each one of us is God in a human form like Jesus, but these simulators are running faulty beings on purpose for the sake of data. Each one of us is our own dimension with God only in us individually in that dimension. So when I was asking God to move the tool-box the mistake was that I was & am God, but with the limitations set by the simulation. So eventually I/God did move the tool-box.

        (Right after I pressed the letter-buttons I glanced over to the television. I have Call ‘O’ Duty running on my TV. It says “Players Online: 666”)

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        five2one 1 year ago

        @luftballooneyegouge I do hear God, now, all the time. Generally, the bad ones are in churchs, not the streets.

        God is not a fan of the system hypocrisy.

        For me, i am like venom, two people, not one. I have to say, God has seen me through a lot of really dangerous and such… from almost drowning (twice), to a really nasty case pf a bleeding which cause me to unceasingly vomiting blood and shitting it to.

        All that caused me to view myself as having no expiration.

        God has a sense of humor, and prefers certain times to really good rock songs. (Joan Osbourne, what if God was one of us. Just came up.

        Satan is the one who relied on shame and fear,

        Angels are all around us, but also not what people think of them.

        Movies can be spiritual.

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  2. Jear77 1 year ago

    Sounds dangerous. Vision quests usually involve lack of sleep, no food, water, shelter at times – as well as drugs. Anything experienced in such a state needs to be taken as your brain on a flight of fancy. Why believe anything when you are not in full control of your senses?

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      five2one 1 year ago

      @Jear77 Well, you are making mistakes, makeing assumption. No one ever said you are good or real.

      I have done these things, you have not: you might as well pretend to being a lawyer, as you are not open to things

      As for mind control, your stomach is your god.

      Best for you not tell expert when you are just making assumptions. I see two others likeing your post for that — all of you guys are just living frauds,addicted to sex, lying about your accomplishments. Just another person who is wrapped in sin, via your neck and stomach.

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      • Jear77 1 year ago

        @five2one I know I’m not good. Not trying to be even remotely good. Good doesn’t pay the bills. Good doesn’t put a roof over your head. Good doesn’t keep friends. As far as real… if i wasn’t… you’d be talking to a computer. Do you think a computer could come up with what I do?

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  3. Yin 1 year ago

    Nah, I’m not a fan of the hallucinating thing. While I am sure experiencing such could be interesting, I just hate the idea of losing my mind, even just temporary. I also feel that if the experience is in fact a good one, it’d be something that I would get addicted to. I hate the idea of losing myself, but I feel that if the experience is better than normal life, then I may want it to be a regular thing. With a family of alcoholics and drug addicts, nah.

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      five2one 1 year ago

      @Yin “Nah, I’m not a fan of the hallucinating thing. While I am sure experiencing such could be interesting, I just hate the idea of losing my mind, even just temporary. I also feel that if the experience is in fact a good one, it’d be something that I would get addicted to. I hate the idea of losing myself, but I feel that if the experience is better than normal life, then I may want it to be a regular thing. With a family of alcoholics and drug addicts, nah.”

      Drugs like that should only be used by someone studied it.

      Otherwise, you have fasting from food and water. That tells you what is really real. Sleepiness is the hardest one to conquer.

      Otherwise, you will be stuck in the “reality” of the world, forever.

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  4. immortal_pirate 1 year ago

    Have You Ever Performed a “Vision Quest” Yes…
    ”Search for truth” Always…
    ”Search for God” He is ever present in the universe. One need only open ones heart, ones eyes, and ones ears to His creation that exists in such awesome abundance.

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  5. 2Thrash 1 year ago

    I guess so yeah. A yeah to each except maybe the searching for God part.

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