Comprehending The Magnitude Of Reality

By Leo Gura - March 21, 2018 | 10 Comments

Visualization exercise for appreciating the enormity of this thing called reality.

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clem says:

Thanks for the visualization Leo. The art of guiding someone to the edges of infinity is the essence of the shamanic journey. The objective of all spiritual teaching is to bring the student to the edged of the frontier where they step out of the tangible world into the intangible.

“Objects and their functions no longer had any significance. All I perceived was perception itself, the hell of forms and figures devoid of human emotion and detached from the reality of my unreal environment. I was an instrument in a virtual world that constantly renewed its own meaningless image in a living world that was itself perceived outside of nature. And since the appearance of things was no longer definitive but limitless, this paradisiacal awareness freed me from the reality external to myself. The fire and the rose, as it were, became one” Fellini.

Sevi says:

So inspiring…
Very much so…

Mayur says:

It was very helpful, thanks !

Galyna says:

Leo, these series of videos of yours are the best so far!
Sorry for the late response. Firstly, because you put hell a lot of work to gather this information. Thank you. It is a lot to share, wow. And also it is for free.
I can watch it over and over again. Three years ago when you said that things do not exist when you do not perceive them, I had the most intense experience and described it here. Then I was bugging you about two more years if other people exist. And finally, you made a video to answer all my questions.
You said in one video There is only one Consciousness and it is your consciousness. I am kinda scared to ask you more questions, since you will send me to meditate and find out on my own or do some other empirical investigation.
But please, tell me why is there only one focal point for the Consciousness? what is wrong if it would be scarred all over the place and exist simultaneously in other objects? Is it because it will negate itself in this scenario? For instance: if I am perceiving something here, then how can I perceive something there?
Also, earlier you said that there was just pure perception, but no perceiver. Now, we came to that point that there is just being, without even perception. It is hard for me to grasp. Because if there no perception then what is it there? Being? But it is just a word, right? And it does not describe really anything. Please, when you have time, can you answer my first question about focal point of consciousness and why is there only one there?
Thank you,
Hugs,
Galyna.

Indika says:

Thank you for the lesson, I turned back to you to ask this question as I dont know who else can answer so precisely other than you.

Leo, Please do reply as it s bothering me or reply with a video so all can learn this. When you connect to all those entities around what you could see in that radius of area you’ve mentioned and exlained in the video, breaking all those into its core you finally end up with energy and then emptiness. Absolutely nothing but a vacuum.

When I meditate I mostly end up in endless vacumed space that gives me answer of emptiness.

How do you explain this situation with real time.

Indika

Indika says:

Wow, I just listened to your Reality is a strang loop video. I am sensing I am getting the answer to the most puzzled question where I was stuck for years of meditation. I now see a connection where the emptiness leads.

Someone told me in the past let go of emptiness you see Nirvana lies beyond that. But I didnt know what is over that horizon, until now.

I read in Buddhism that universe is within you it starts from a pin point. I now can relate this theory more vividly and has a very good point to think further.

Thank you from the bottom of my – what? heart? soul? mind? or maybe from universe…

Beetle Baba says:

Your best video yet.

Lisa says:

This is really profound Leo. I really enjoy listening to you, you are so right about the things you say and I wish I could live a more meaningful life but as you said, we get pulled into our mundane existence. When I do, I always snap back out of it by coming to the site and breathing in what I need to keep going on my journey into the infinite. Thanks for your great insights, what a wonderful thing you are doing.

stephanie says:

Safety does have a high price! I feel my robotness every single day and I’m tired of it. I want to cut the cord so badly, but I’m afraid letting myself fall – will I fly?

Tangy says:

I’ve studied quantum physics and spirituality for years. I’ve read Eckhart Tolle’s books and many other spiritual teachers. I’ve meditated for years. I had many experiences of dwelling in beingness. Everything that you’ve stated in your video is my truth. I get pulled out of that state often back into this reality. Once you know all of these concepts and experience it for yourself you can never go back to being who you were before. As I stated, you’ll go back to the consumerist reality, but you will get to a point where you know it no longer serves you. You know that nothing outside yourself will ever make you happy and this is the work. To be able to live in this world, but not be of this world. To fully let go of the consumerist reality and make beingness your main priority. Can you do that? Can I do that?

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