>>420>>427>In any case, no matter what, it is inherently a belief system. It is something that is believed, and they are acting in accordance with that belief. I'm confident that any objection to this would be little more than semantics.
Most people do use a belief system to come to the state of no beliefs, however not all Christopher Knight again
. Black and white clouds both obscure the sun. Golden chains and hempen ropes both equally bind. So good and bad thoughts, good and bad beliefs equally ensnare the mind. The ideal is a state free from the veil of belief dubbed "nirvikalpa" in the school I study, and it's very much possibly, and immensely pleasurable to exist in such a state. Reality is radiant and beautiful when you open your eyes and there's a world free from all mental weights and shackles.
>it functionally doesn't matter, because you were always going to think what you were going to think, and you were always going to do what you were going to do. It has absolutely no bearing on your life, because it literally can't be helped anyway.
Yes, our mindbodies are the sum of our experiences and conditioning. They're temporary physical vessels damned to obey their programming by the laws of causality. However fate causes things to happen to us that can dramatically alter the way we think, behave and act. Sometimes even just a conversation at the right time.
>Even if I'm just playing a role in Mister God's play, I must say that I enjoy it quite a bit for the most part. I was just fated to revel in having an ego, clearly much more so than the sadsacks who often adopt your stance after a life of guilt and regret.
Everyone revels in egoism and sin, that's the danger. It feels good in the short term, sometimes even for many years. Go and open up instagram, tiktok or any other social app and you'll see tens of thousands of people reveling in the cult of attention and ME ME ME. Every single time there's a 17 year old thot taking a selfie she's celebrating having an ego. For those girls it's great until their youth fades, then it turns to pain. All drugs turn into pain eventually.