Sunday, May 2, 2010

Making Egos Real (or Jed Mckenna is one big fat ego)

There seems to be a great deal of interest in the “enlightenment” of the mysterious stranger who calls himself “Jed McKenna” but who hides his identity under a pseudonym. This is a follow-up from my previous post on Jed Mckenna, "Populist Gurus and Spiritual Cowboys."


Not only are “you" an ego-self, but your ego-self needs “me” to be one too.

You wanna know how you can tell if you’ve really awakened to truth?

While blissfully dwelling in the belief you have finally transcended the ego-self, take a look outside your eyeballs and if you perceive an ego in me (and everyone else) then...

….you might have experienced a euphoric state of expanded consciousness…

..but NO truth (and ego-self is alive and kickin’).

The ego-self conforms to the experience of lack, scarcity and loss. The ego, or self, is nothing more than an experience of needs, seeking to be fulfilled. It seeks to fulfill its needs, or 'self-actualize,' from what the world offers, but because the world is full of egos, the entire world also subscribes to the basic experience of lack, scarcity and loss.

Therefore, egocentric individuals seeking to self-actualize (literally to believe one is 'actual' or real) in a world of scarcity, lack and loss must compete with other egos to increase, or actualize, their self-construct. Obviously there are levels to this competition. Most won't seek to compete for wealth with Donald Trump, however, we may seek to enhance our wealth in comparison to our neighbor. We certainly don't expect the fame of a Madonna, but we do wish to appear more important than our coworkers. We may not seek to attain the so-called “enlightenment” of a self-proclaimed “enlightened master,” but we may seek to convince those around us that we are consciously and spiritually ‘advanced.’

This is so deeply ingrained in the mind as to be on a subconscious level and the rules of the game are readily apparent for all who wish to see.

We teach our children NOT to achieve the greatest experience of life by deeply and fully engaging with others. Rather, because we love them, we teach that they must subordinate this experience to competitive values of self-actualization through the world's games. We want them to "succeed" IN the world and ON the world's terms. Therefore, we insure our children are well-fitted to compete in order to achieve "happiness." This is what we have inherited and passed onto them and they in turn will pass it onto their children. Is it any wonder we have become fixated on experiences of ‘individual’ enlightenment. The individual paradigm fits like a glove.

Jed Mckenna provides good training for stripping the self of its layers of social conditioning. Unfortunately, his approach fails to transcend our fear of one another, which is the most delusional fear of all and the fear that obstructs the progress of ALL individual seekers of “enlightenment.”

Jed McKenna epitomizes the "Christian Soldier" battling its nemesis the evil ego-self. This paradigm is as old as time itself, but it seems McKenna's "enlightenment" is stuck in time.

The ego-self believes it lives in competition with other egos. The ego is an experience of needs seeking fulfillment and it channels all need fulfillment from what the world offers. Therefore, to transcend the ego and its needs, all other egos must transcend as well. The “outside” merely reflects the “inside” and if you experience an ego IN me, make no mistake, it is IN you.

But note how your ego struggles and rebels against this idea, in wanting “enlightenment” for itself.

Jed Mckenna rages against egos. He sees them everywhere and is literally surrounded by them to the point of suffocation. In his self-proclaimed egoless “enlightened” state, he has disengaged from the egocentric world the rest of us inhabit. He even proclaims California as “ego Mecca” and dislikes the entire state all the more because of this. He is fully engaged in nothing but observing, and complaining about, egocentricity in all its manifestations and this is his rationale for completely disengaging from the illusion (and authoring 3 best sellers).

But why would an egoless mind perceive egos? Does ego transcendence still demand attachment to illusion? Why would a mind that has transcended the ego-self still fear egos?

Each chapter of McKenna’s 3 books describes his revulsion of human egocentricity. From middle class lifestyles to new age ideas, McKenna scoffs, so much so, that he appears misanthropic. Indeed, what McKenna sees is exactly that which he fears most…other people... and he avoids them like the plague (except when he is in complete control of the interaction).

Ironically, McKenna's various approaches are excellent for overcoming the seemingly infinite layers of social conditioning and he may have come quite close to an intrinsic center. Unfortunately, his fear of ‘people’ can only obstruct further progress, causing Jed to remaun stuck. As long as he can control the relationship, he’s quite comfortable. However, without that control, McKenna’s fear picks him up and he runs (like when speaking to a group of Gita devotees, requiring he make a hasty retreat out the nearest exit).

That’s called egocentric self-preservation.

McKenna's “enlightenment” is merely an excuse to disengage from the silly human race, but such disengagement is historically accurate in relation to other so-called “ego-transcended” teachers. McKenna does nothing more than carry on the inherited ideology of the past.

Nevertheless, I highly recommend McKenna’s 3 books as guides toward the shedding of social conditioning. His concept of “Human Adulthood” is admirable and should be used as model for an integrated egoic state. However, the truth seems absent from this process.

Mr. McKenna certainly sees that we are separated egos, but why does he negate relationship as the means of integrating?

Be forewarned, Jed McKenna’s “enlightenment” despises human engagement (he even negates his own capacity to engage in “human relationships”) and teaches the conventional paradigm of the “hero’s journey” of detachment. Unfortunately, the world is weary of individualism and beginning to show the effects of universal alienation and estrangement and not the cooperative shared engagement of an integrated consciousness.

Make no mistake, any awakening to truth that still perceives egos in an a world of egocentricity has awakened to nothing more than individual egocentric grandiosity. 

Back to the drawing board, Jed, you’ve got more work ahead of you.

But that’s okay, because we all do….

(and by the way, Jed, stop hiding under a pseudonym. Come on out and fully and deeply engage your world).


Artwork by Chris Mars - "The Nullifier" 

75 comments:

  1. Hi this is the you read too much jed mckenna guy
    very interesting post, I don't think I'll ever wake up or whatever, seems way hardcore but I think there's another element that's interesting that he state that his work (books) and melville and others are not for their own benefit but as if the ''ocean'' or universe i guess as he call it, is working trought them, now this might seems, i don't know mystical or whatever. Also what would an egoless beeing be like? Would he run in the streets and hug poeple? Would he be like an animal, not councious of itself dooing whatever hes suposed to do from what controls him or would he be like U. G. krishnamurti, automatic mode all the time? I dont pretend to understand all this very well, just like to talk about it

    thx for the post

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  2. "I dont pretend to understand all this very well, just like to talk about it"

    Ha!

    me too...
    mikeS

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  3. Hi Mike-

    Nice take on Mckenna - a subject and author I too find fascinating. His described autolysis (self digestion) by necessity cuts out all relationships and re-(de)-contextualizes the sense of self/observer - but he doesn't really come back and speak to the importance of re-engaging and integrating the relative - he talks about the fuel it takes to send a nasa rocket out of orbit (as a metaphor for what it takes to 'wake up') but he ignores the fact that nasa rockets are a testament to working as a human collective - our struggle to work together is usually worth something greater than self (or non-self or whatever it may or may not be) Have you read the newly released Jed Mckenna's Notebooks? It's great extra material edited out of the books... in which he goes on to full on promote LSD as the one true agent of guaranteed de-construction of and freedom from what is false. I'd highly recommend you read it as it sheds further light on the man the myth the legend...(and it is also a great read)

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  4. Mike it seems a few key phrases are all I need to interact here with my what grabs my attention in each of your articles. Yes, humor laced, smart mouthed, not really thinking just reacting, as usual

    When I got to Donald Trump/Madonna references, my immediate question has me taking the opposing stance, "Who says competing with only a neighbor will do?" If I'm going to dream, or more accurately since I'm already dreaming, then why not money, power and fame REALLY BIG TIME?

    The way I see it thru these glued on rose colored glasses, if I'm going down, might as well make one helluva good showing... ;-)

    Hope you are well,
    Barbara

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  5. Uh, Uh, Anonymous....the intrepid author using the pseudonym of Jed McKenna does not actually endorse LSD usage. He actually declares the substance as just another failed attempt to scale the wall of illusion. To lift out of context, perhaps, but exactly quote from page 183 of Jed McKenna's Notebook: "LSD provided the one and only serious offensive assault against Maya and without much fuss or bother she rose to the challenge and quelled the uprising, swatting it like a bug and settling back into her light doze. She villainized, demonized, and criminalized the entheogenic class of substances so effectively that here we are now, a few decades later, and all that can really be said of mankind's one chance for liberation is that a hole in the wall was brought to the attention of the warden, and promptly repaired."

    I first dropped acid in May of 1968 on the rooftop of a Brownstone apartment building on Henry Street in Brooklyn, New York. I fell in love with a woman who was forever beyond my reach. I happened to be in the US Army at that time, and I gave a tab of Orange Sunshine to a Puerto Rican MP (military policeman) named Pedro Machado, at his insistence. He followed me around for 6 hours and called me "a green-faced mother fucker". Constantly, and often. I never saw him again - which was just fine with me.
    I dropped acid for the last time on Good Friday in 1973. I was on Calvary. I was the one who doing the nailing, while the voice urged me on with an enthusiastic wail - Nail that sonofabitch! And I did, for sure.

    Compelling as my numerous experiences as a tripper were, it all turned out as transitory and without merit as any other experiences I have had.

    Jed McKenna's books are a damned good read.

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  6. Sorry guys, but I only read the trilogy. Look forward to the notebook.

    However, The other McKenna (Terence), might be a more informative resource on Acid, since he advocated it fully. Coincidental on the last name I suppose since Terence is dead (unless it's posthumous). Nevertheless, I've also had my experiences with the drug (as well as numerous other delics). Funny Willie, but many of my experiences were in the USMC. Ha!

    Thanks,
    mikeS

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  7. Barbara,

    "The way I see it thru these glued on rose colored glasses, if I'm going down, might as well make one helluva good showing..."

    That's the spirit!
    mikeS

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  8. "Each chapter of McKenna’s 3 books describes his revulsion of human egocentricity. From middle class lifestyles to new age ideas, McKenna scoffs, so much so, that he appears misanthropic. Indeed, what McKenna sees is exactly that which he fears most…other people... and he avoids them like the plague (except when he is in complete control of the interaction)

    Tolle is the same way, if one is to compare simply on the level of "spiritual teachers." The underlying bitterness against humanity is rather astonishing, if you think about it. It's why Tolle loves his egoless dog best of all, or so he has been quoted as noting.

    I haven't read Mr. Jed McKenna. Sometimes, I think I'm just tired of them all.

    Blessings~

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  9. "I haven't read Mr. Jed McKenna. Sometimes, I think I'm just tired of them all."

    Indeed, it does get rather tedious...
    mikeS

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  10. "I like this one a lot."

    Thanks, glad you enjoyed it.
    mikeS

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  11. So you're critiquing books you've not read? Brilliant.

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  12. You probably won't post my comment due to your enormous ego so I'll offer a suggestion. Change your post note to:

    I will post ALL comments ASAP if they don't denounce my message. However, a response may be ignored due to my own personal delusions.
    My apologies in advance.
    mikeS

    You're no different than any of the other devoutly religious person, peddling their beliefs without consideration.

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  13. It's been a few years since I read Jed McKenna. His books came along at a useful time for me, when I was virtually at a dead-end in my life. The energy in his writing and his pissed-off tone worked, exactly in the manner you refer to i.e. as a way of casting off layers of social conditioning. It allowed me to disown the old story of "me" to a large extent.

    The thing that always disappointed me about McKenna though was that he trumpeted his own enlightenment, yet he seemed like a miserable, detached SOB for it. Where was the love of people? Where was the sense of greater service? Where was the purpose?

    mikeS, I think you nailed it in your post - "Jed" is afraid of people unless the interaction occurs on his terms. His books still have value, but they only take us so far towards psychological and spiritual maturity.

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  14. "Where was the love of people? Where was the sense of greater service? Where was the purpose?"

    Indeed!

    Thanks,
    mikeS

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  15. I posted this in a few palces as I'm curious for for others opinions. Jed McKenna is RicJed Bach. It seems obvious to me. From a very quick scan of Jed's first book there are many hints. For example Jed is a teacher from Iowa, Donald Shimoda is a Messiah from Iowa. Jed skydives, Richard Bach and Donald Shimoda fly planes. The writing style is also so similar to Richard Bach, even down to the 'pissed-off, take it or leave it Donald Shimoda messiah type character. And RB is a 'very' talented story teller and spiritually interested writer. But I personally don't think the writer of Jed's books is an awakened being, but someone who has grabbed a hotchpotch of awakened being experiences and comments (esp Adya) and woven them into an entertaining story - as Richard Bach did in Illusions. Either way go to the real enlightened beings for guidance - not someone who hides behind a mask of anonymity. SallyW

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  16. I don't think so, Jed wrote in his first book he was 40, and that was 2002. RB is 75, he's like 25 years older, It may be bullshit, but I doubt it.

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    1. hahahahahaha Are you flucking serious, u think Jed is true to life person? It's a make-up character for christ's sake (am I allowed to swear on this site?). Fluck if this is the quality of thinking that goes into it, his identity secret is safe forever ..... The authour could be a 90 year old lesbian.... but you've made my day reading this.....signed the original poster...

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    2. How funny that you even bother to read spiritual books, seeing from your response that you are nothing but blatantly immature ego exploding all over everyone.

      Don't bother with spiritual books, you are a clear lost cause.

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  17. Mike: About McKenna's last book, "Spiritual Warfare." I reconnected with my first Zen teacher after a 30 year absence. Was getting back into cultivation & she was in my head a lot. Luckily she (and husband!!) were still local, alive & relatively well, considering their age (80s & 90s). Prompted by a comment of mine, she said "I think I have the book for you." and pulled out "Spiritual Warfare." It took a while to get to it since I had a number of books that I wanted to finish still checked out from the library. But when I began reading, my reaction to the material, and to "Jed" was mixed. I was repelled by the alienness of "Jed"s personality and attitude. I had doubts about the incidents & characters & dialogue, since I am an experienced reader. There was something about it that made me wary. I also felt that my teacher had handed me a live grenade. I had told her that "I want to see reality." And my teacher had tacitly asked (by giving me that book)"YOU want to be like THIS?" This was the third book in a series...and I hadn't read the other two. I have to ask: If this is indeed the enlightened personality--or as Jed would put it, the lack of personality--did I want to become even more alienated and remote from the majority of humanity than I already am? One more comment I have--I'd like you to recognize that "Jed" himself seems not to have understood or sought what he eventually got into...the "karma just ripened" so to speak. He himself says that if he could give people a glimpse of how he lives, they would run in the opposite direction. His recommendation--and I think the most valuable contribution he offers--is the concept of "Human Adulthood." That is, what he describes as "awakening within the illusion." Thanks for the opportunity to comment on SW. ~ Helden

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  18. I strongly agree about "Jed" being inauthentic and full of egoic trappings.

    However, having said that, I read the first book at a time when I was just discovering my own ego and barely becoming aware of the mechanism of personality and so on, and that book served a purpose.

    Even though I took it with a huge grain of salt, I felt like it sort of "cracked me open" and began or accelerated a process of self examination and ego awareness that served well as I discovered more authentic teachers.

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  19. i'm what awakeness is too. everything jed says is true. it seems like a moment ago i was thinking like everyone else, and would have instantly dismissed anyone who said 'i'm done'. now, over ten years ago in fact since the 'explosion', and after undergoing an almost total relinquishment of the false self identity i once built in ignorance, i find that awakeness is pointless and pretty disinteresting. what it means for me in fact is that i have no friends, and never will, although i spend time with people who provide me with the context to find things to do with my time and who i like to be around, (but i lack the mechanism or dualistic belief structure or emotional neediness required to create and sustain 'relationship'), i have nothing of interest to say to anyone, unless they're genuinely interested in awakening (very rare) or they believe that i'm awake (in which case i'd probably not say anything beyond 'just be yourself'), and i live in a perpetual state of general contentedness, with little or no passion or interest in any of the things i once loved (i'm even bored of surfing now - once unthinkable!). there's nothing i feel like reading - although jed keeps me company from time to time - nothing to watch beyond a little larry david or everybody loves raymond - and nowhere to go unless it's in the context of doing it for someone else. even if i met the author in question, i don't imagine we'd have much to say to each other; perhaps a passing comment on our shared skydiving experiences, but i doubt it. 'hey' would probably do it. imagine if you will being one of only a handful of people who know a secret, but being surrounded exclusively by people who have no idea that there is a secret, or if they do, have no real interest in finding it regardless of what they may say. the other group of course are the ones who have awoken in the dream and believe themselves to be awake, but actually they're not - they found the oneness is all.... fact is, you're either desperate for truth realisation due to lie hatred, or you're not. as jed says, it's all in the intent, and when you're done, there was not the slightest point to it after all. i'm just an ordinary fellow, chopping wood, carrying water, perhaps waiting for the universe to hand me a job.

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    1. what a bummer man ... you acutally sound depressed

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    2. The most interesting post so far - thank you (not that you need such a platitude) for sharing. I am hardly 'awake' - at the same time - life - not me - has managed to delete so many auto programs that ran most of my life - I have a SMALL taste of what your sharing. I only - really hope (ha!) that the surfing doesn't go till the body does - that's the only real passion left. Not sure the whole enchilada will ever go - it's just obvious what's been happening - and Jed's material which I recently stumbled on - after a LOT had long gone by the way side - at least tipped a hat in the direction of 'appreciating' a 'process' that is completely unappreciable by any ego - and which went on - despite periodic protestations. Once again - thanks - meanwhile - happy dreamin for those of us still 'there'.

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  20. I haven't read any of his books but after reading this article (which I enjoyed) I think what Jed may be experiencing is the overdip into nihilism that can occur when you have realisations of emptiness of the self. In nihilism you get freaked out and like you have said the ego wants to cling on so it sees strong reflections of itself everywhere yet these reflections are more illusory than ever. Experiencing emptiness and the illusion of existence is scary, it pulls any solid ground that was there from below the feet and makes all seem pointless. Its like a deep depression as you grieve for the myths that once were your life. It takes time to work through. Usually a misunderstanding of the teaching has taken place slipping you into nihilism. I hope Anonymous gets his surfboard out with joy again soon ! x

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    1. Why do so many people feel it appropriate to 'diagnose' where Jed McKenna is and/or who he is without actually reading the books?

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  21. Auguust Turak wrote the books

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  22. When I read 'Jed', I noted the lack of Love. So, a ways to go yet, my fellow travelers. (Still enjoyed the book :-) Very much enjoyed reading this blog too. Definitely relate to the latest Anonymous' existential crisis and Narda's response. As Ken Wilber describes so eloquently (p 294, A Brief History of Everything), when you have reached this point you are "on the brink of the transpersonal". Keep on keeping on bro'.

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  23. Someone's someone calling himself Jed has a forum where people are discussing their processes and receiving feedback from 'Jed'...check it out. Just google jed McKenna forum....

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    1. Yup - been on it for a while. It's him for sure... a softer him (mostly) but him...

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  24. Who is not hiding under a pseudonym? You?

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  25. Who says that "love of people, sense of greater service and purpose" have anything to do with being awake? This is all the ooey-gooey mushy sugary crap that keeps people trapped in the dream-state to begin with. Maybe Jed is just a different "flavor" that some people need to wake them up. Maybe not. But presuming that all those wonderful things listed above are automatically the goal or result of waking up is just another delusion. Truth ain't pretty, but it is very satisfying.

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  26. What you said about Jed your no better in your ego. Neo avaita wanna be's seem to be like that. I will stick to the more traditional real master's like Nisargadatta ''I Am That''. I will let the judgemental wanna be's stay in there own delusional prisons.

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  27. Well, we really don't know what Jed's intention was when he wrote those books. What does seem to be certain is that the world and everything in it is a kind of mirror.

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  28. Regarding Jed McKennas identity imagine this:

    You worked your ass of as a comedian...critizicing sozial structures by making fun about it.You did it first when you where 15 years old. You did it untill some free-mason-mother-fukking-big-smart-devil-servant said to you:

    "You are done! No club...no tv-host...nobody will let you do what you did anymore. You're too dangerous for the state of affairs. You have no role in this world anymore. Go into oblivion and you can stay alive untill you have found her. Money is no problem for you anymore. You can have as much as you need. But you're done now! Game over for you, dude!"

    And what you end up with is: Jed McKenna's books.

    Would that be a sad story? Would you see "Jed McKenna" with different eyes? Would you understand why he does not "love" ego-driven pseudo-"humanity"? What would be your reaction?

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  29. I think all this "takes one to know one" argument about egos is flawed. It is one thing to feel threatened by somebody else's ego-driven behaviour and something else to be merely irritated by it, especially if it is prancing around in the guise of self-proclaimed spiritual advancement. You might wish Mr McKenna were somewhat mellow about it but I don't think the intent of his books is to meet nonsense with mellowness. Issuing a dose of salts to these irritating egos is a pretty good response, in my opinion, good for all parties. Also, I wonder what you are comparing against. Somebody once asked Evelyn Waugh why, if he was such a staunch Catholic, he was such an unpleasant person. His reply was along the lines of "Think what I'd have been like without it!"
    Chris (which is still anonymous, let's face it!)

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  31. I HAVE FINALLY COMPLETED THE "SPIRITUAL TRILOGY""BY JED MCKENNA;MUST SAY THE LAST ONE ""SPIRITUAL WARFARE""IS THE BEST OF ALL! JED IS DEFINITIVELY A GENIUS WRITER,NO DOUBT ABOUT IT;AND LIKE ALL GENIUS DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND; SPECIFICALLY OBSERVING HIS THOUGHTS FROM ANY OF THE MANY ""MANSIONS OF MAYA:THE GREAT DECEIVER OF HUMANITY AS HE CALLS IT""... "SELF"IS AN ILLUSION THAT IS NECESSARY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF "SOCIETY""... "NO -SELF""IS THE AWAKENING FROM THE ""DREAM STATE""THAT HOLDS EVERYTHING TOGETHER... """SELF/EGO" CAN NEVER BECOME COMPLETELY ENLIGHTENED FOR WHEN IT DOES IT BECOMES A "NO-SELF"" THIS IS THE PARADOX! ONLY TRUTH IS THAT""I AM""...ANYTHING ELSE IS ONLY AN ""ILLUSION""MOST ILLUSIONS COME FROM A ""FEAR BASED BELIEF OR OPINION"":RELIGIOUS BELIEFS,PHILOSOPHICAL BELIEFS.POLITICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL BELIEFS,ARE ALL BASED ON SOME FEAR... WE NEED "MAYA" THE DREAM STATES ARE NECESSARY TO SUSTAIN LIFE AS WE KNOW IT! WETHER IT IS :THE AMERICAN DREAM ILLUSION ;THE HOUSEWIFE ILLUSION;THE SUCCESSFUL MIDDLE CLASS PROFESSIONAL DREAM STATE;THE COLLEGE STUDENT DREAM STATE;THE RELIGIOUS FANATIC DREAM STATE;THE NEW AGE DREAM STATE;THE NEWLY DIVORCED DREAM STATE. THE REGULAR LAW ABIDING CITIZEN DREAM SATE; THE RENEGADE DREAM STATE; THE ICONOCLAST; THE WHATEVER ""CHARACTER TO DECIDE TO PLAY IN THE MATRIX GAME""... FOR WHENCE THERE IS NO DREAM TO FOLLOW THEN WE ARE NO MORE DEFINED IN THE PLAY...WE BECOME "NO-SELF""...AND THIS IS THE GREATEST FEAR OF ALL!

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  32. Look at Ramadan Maharishi, u.g, nisarragadatta, bhagvan shree rajneesh, chogyam rinpoche, Robert Adams, James Swartz, steven grey...to say truth realization anhilates ego is ridiculous, just a tool, a map realized beings utilize...as far as love and all that...once truth realized, even beginning phase, everything is perfect!!!

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  33. Also who he is, if it's all fiction...irrealivant...different styles but oddly enough the only ones who ripped my many masks of conditioning apart were jed, Richard rose, and Rajneesh...yes osho, most misunderstood truth realized being, though most I say that to look at me in horror cause of his evil cult rep. But...truth realization is truth realization, morality, religion, ritual, tradition, fancy eastern disciplines has nothing to do with that...I've studied and practised most systems searching for the big E and could of till death after life after death lol...not literal reincarnation....oh and Ciarian Healy also stripped truth from myth as well...osho thought he could use smoke and mirrors guide his students etc...but they like most didn't understand and wanted nothing to do with the process he was talking about lol like McKenna

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