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Misha Rogov
Truth seeker, ontological idealist, Jaspersian existentialist, would-be yogācārin, vipassana meditator, ashtanga yoga practicer, once dead and resurrected.
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Misha Rogov 15h
Replying to @AdamFrank4
The problem of Yogācāra is that they confused Emptiness (Sunyata, Tathata, etc.) as transcendent consciousness-in-itself — the substance of phenomenal and transcendental processes — with Nirvana as the nondual experiential pole: they saw the Absolute in the nondual experience.
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Misha Rogov 17h
Replying to @AdamFrank4
There is no physical world; there is only an abstract physical description. It is wrong to think that the task of physics is to find out what nature is; physics concerns what we can say about nature in the language of mathematical formalism(Bohr rephrased)
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Misha Rogov 18h
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Misha Rogov 22h
That’s why transcendental subject/self is “transcendental”. I can’t observe it as an empirical object the same way I can observe my empirical subject (thoughts, emotions, memories, phantasies, body), but that doesn’t demonstrate its inexistence.
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Misha Rogov 22h
The nondual Light is not the goal but the Beacon of Perfection on our eternal path of freedom, love, and beauty.
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Misha Rogov 22h
Because the “physical brain” exists only in our imagination as an utterly problematic explanatory abstraction inaccessible to phenomenal experience in which we always have only phenomena of consciousness, including that which we call the “brain”. But you don’t get it, right?
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Misha Rogov 23h
This physicalist doesn’t get that the only experiential reality which is ever given to us directly is phenomena of consciousness; hence, “matter” exists only in our imagination as an utterly problematic explanatory abstraction. Neuroscience deals with mere phenomenal correlations
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Misha Rogov Nov 17
What -induced experiences teach us philosophically
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
It strikes me really hard that almost 30 years ago, during Strassman’s official scientific experiments, humanity discovered other worlds and civilizations, but it still doesn’t get what happened because the metaphysical mythology of pseudoscientific physicalism blinds it.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
Psychonauts know.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
Replying to @DMT_Researcher
Bon voyage 🧪🛸
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
There are truth seekers and truth obscurers. I want to believe that in the case of physicalists their inability to see the truth of idealism is the result of sincere blindness and not of demonic unwillingness to see the truth that messes with their godless materialistic games.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
Panpsychism is definitely not a viable alternative.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
How to spot a transcendental subject among transcendental bots (autonomous processes of our intersubjectivity)? Kastrup believes that a metabolizing body is the phenomenal mark of a subject, but that includes plants. I can’t accept this idea but can’t offer an alternative.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
I am surprised that serious thinkers like you waste their time on this self-assured fool.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
Everything humanity believes it “scientifically” knows about the fundamental nature and the primordial history of this particular intersubjective world is a myth.
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Misha Rogov Nov 16
Starting from 10:00
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Misha Rogov Nov 15
Doubts About Big Bang Cosmology
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Misha Rogov Nov 15
Top cosmologist's lonely battle against 'Big Bang' theory
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Misha Rogov Nov 15
Reminded me how extremely happy I was in my NDE out of body experience — liberated from a narrow and dark cage, truly alive, free (almost), awaken. The day my body dies will be the day of my liberation. I hope so, at least, for I hope not to reincarnate in this mad world again.
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