YngHungSFSD saidIs it possible that the two causes I listed above would apply to you? Did this come about after prolonged meditation practice? Did this come about suddenly, or over time and when? What is your meditation experience like? On any meds? Any recent head injuries, blows to the head? Do you have any recollection of emotionally traumatic events? The more you tell us, the more accurate the answers could potentially be.
1) it didn't come after a prolonged Meditation practice.
2) I have no idea when it came about, I have only recently become aware of it.
3) No, I only use Acetaminophen, (Tylenol)
4) No major head injuries
5) Several traumatic events:
1. Raped in the scouts by my best friend in front of all my friends (who didn't help)
2. Parents divorced on my 13th birthday, mother tried to run me over with a car
3. Raped by room mate in college, while sleeping (found him on top of me)
4. Raped in the Marines, while in Medical Rehabilitation: Reason why I left
I have almost died several times:
1. Fell off dumbo at Disneyland
2. Fell into Grand Canyon
3. Almost drought in Russian River
I don't go to clubs, bars, out in general. A 25 year old virgin, with an IQ of 187.
swogdogThe nice guy wants to ask "and the problem with this state is????"
Because, when you feel pain, that is all you feel, when you feel sad that is all you feel.
camferIt sounds like you are experiencing identification with heightened thoughts and emotions, while overlooking what exists when the mind is still. I recommend looking at who you are when the mind stops. Thoughts and feelings come and go; they are transitory.
When my mind is quiet, I hear sound... To describe it as Energy, when electronics are near it sounds like when you turn your TV on, static sound
. When electronics are gone, it is a genital humming pulse, a single perfect never ending um