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The author of this page book, Steve Hagen, has stripped out all of the history, beliefs added by different cultures, ceremonies, and rituals with which the various flavors of Buddhism has accrued in its journey through Time and communities.
He only discusses the basic tenets and ideas of Buddhism. For the record, I believe I have infrequently experienced a sense of my 'self' being gone, my perceptions only being activated, and I was "seeing" and being "awake", which the author says is the point of Buddhism.
It happens during the first minutes of waking up from being unconscious for me. I have epilepsy. Having an epileptic 'fit' isn't hardly ever an event which happens to me anymore, especially since I figured out how to avoid epileptic 'fits' - stay hydrated, eat regularly, exercise moderately, avoid drugs and, especially, never mix alcohol and drugs.
I have a single erratic brainwave apparently, or so the results of an Electroencephalograph I was forced to have after an incident in a restaurant, the fifth incident. I will describe a particular epileptic incident which represents how all such incidents felt to me, although exterior circumstances varied. Once, at a party, when I was 19 years old, I was sitting on a couch. Two of my friends at the time came up and offered me a joint.
I had not much experience drinking alcohol at this point, but I had had a drink or two, here and there. I had tried pot here and there as well, but it made me feel weak, dizzy. The man friend was disgruntled. Everybody else was drinking alcohol and smoking joints.
There was a lot of hilarity and joking. I already had had a small drink. But there were twenty or so people there, everyone was high, having fun, so I took the joint.
I remember taking three tokes This is where I suddenly was no longer a self. I was 'seeing'. I was a streaming moment. I did not know where I was, who I was, what I was - and I did not care.
I did not know I did not care, or have any worries or concerns. I remembered nothing about anything - past, present, my life. I felt marvelous, without weight. I slowly became aware I was floating in a dark blue place with a light above me, as if I was swimming underwater looking up at the sun.
Then I opened my eyes, and feeling slowly came to me - awareness of my body bits, piece by piece, awareness without a single thought in my head. To this day I can vividly recall every second of that being 'awake'.
I looked around, slowly recognized the living room, the fact I was on a couch - but I was blissfully at peace, weightless. Point to the eBook title that you wish to download, and the ebook will download into a viewer.
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