Feminism. A devastating and underestimated force. Why is Feminism viewed solely as a woman’s business?
Nature is feminine and therefore Feminism is not even about women…
Feminism is about femininity and transposing the feminine difference engine of the mind into our everyday thinking, decision-making and our spiritual polity and social policy. The most natural way is simply to bring women into the fold, but that isn’t even how it’s going to be done.
Feminism has been as of late turned into a war between man and woman. However, in nature, there is only ever a partnership based relation and not an adversarial relation.
Third wave feminism is battling biological nature and it will fail. Make no mistake.
You may consider me a non-feminist Feminist who is against feminism and any and all “isms”. As long as one is enslaved to any ism, one cannot be free to be free as a human is born to be.
Most males are feminists because they think if they agree with women they’ll have more of a chance to get laid and breed. I am a feminist because I know that if we don’t bring back the Natural feminine thought process back into the fold, we are headed for the worst disaster mankind has ever seen; its own demise.
#Psychedelics, where all apes are The Stoned Apes, will help to realize the power of true feminism, and not the kind of feminism we see around us in social media, social justice and rest of the self-centered and selfish mentation of the hominid mind.
I am not a feminist because I seek approval or that I want to score points with women by pandering to the feminist masses. I am an (anti-feminist) feminist because I don’t want my planet to die, I don’t want to die. I want my children to have a beautiful green Earth to call home. I want them to live in a beautiful world full of love and tranquility.
I don’t articulate and speak about my possibly offensive-to-women feminist ideas for this reason. I am a feminist because I don’t have a choice.
When you want to destroy a civilization, you attack its psychology. Simple. It will destroy itself. Cultural Marxism will be the end of the West.
Can one not support all the good and rightful things w/o subscribing to limiting labels or ideologies? Is it possible to go beyond isms and simply be a Human Being, an individual, and not a Feminist or a Objectivist or a Catholic or a Philosopher or anything? Is it possible to have none of this division in the mind? I think everyone should be treated as one human should be treated by another, with love and compassion. Feminism is an ism and as such it is toxic. Even egalitarianism is a fail in my humble opinion because it is an ism. Can I not support my mother, my sisters, my extended family, and essentially all women in the world, to see them treated with kindness, respect, love, admiration and to be exalted as they deserve without subscribing to the horridness of a psychological ism or ideology?
Beware of labels. Beware of language. Thought is limiting and limited. Therefore any system thought produces, any ideology it produces will be limited and limiting.
The first wave, second wave, and third wave feminist movements are misguided as they are disconnected from Nature.
Social Justice, the term is inherently redundant. Justice is inherently social.
Also, when we put any modifier before “Justice”, we corrupt it and pollute is very core and substance. Justice is justice is justice. It is neither social nor a-social.
Social Justice seems to be born from the Cultural Marxist philosophy. And just look at what Marxism has done the last century or so.
What ultimately drives a man? What drives a woman? If one were to abstract away from all of these constructs of thought, what then is left?
I speak for all humanity because my mind is the mind of all mankind. My consciousness is the consciousness of all humanity.
Upon abstracting away from all of these constructs, what we are left with is the individual.
I report back what the mushrooms tells me. If there are issues w/ what I report back on, take it up with the mushroom. Take 1⁄2 oz of dry mushrooms or 140mg of 4-AcO-DMT and ask the mushroom about Feminism.
See what it has to offer on the matter.
Mitchell Gomez: How anyone can get this far from recognizing a drug experience as a drug experience I’ll never understand. You didn’t ask the mushroom. You asked yourself.
My response and further inquiry posed to Mitchel Gomez of DanceSafe:
Sir, am I divided from the mushroom? Is the mushroom not me? When I transplant this fungal intelligence into my own central nervous system, who is that ideates? Who is it that mentates? What is the entity that justifies, judges, condemns and compares? Am I not the mushroom? How am I divided from the mushroom? Is the mushroom not me? Does it not become me?
Are the stimulus of the mushroom and my response divided? Can they exist separately? Are stimulus and response ever existing individually?
It would seem that Stimulus and response are a unitary motion, a solitary function of a total system.
When I ask the mushroom, it is only ever the mushroom which speaks through me. For when intoxicated, what is the entity who is intoxicated looking at itself? Is it not that very intoxication trying to study its own intoxication?
Shambhu Das If your mind is all humanity, then in the same vein my mind is all humanity. As such, I refute your need to label those who choose adhere to, or who were raised within, the feminist ideal as one of the limiting factors in the progression toward equilibrium.
Shambhu Das, Why do you divide? Why must it be my mind vs. your mind, vs. his mind vs. her mind?
Is there such a thing as your mind and my mind? Or is it simply “the mind”? As long as there exists division, there will be conflict.
It’s really funny that even though my thoughts are open in the public sphere, women seem to mostly agree with me and like me just fine.
It’s only the third wave feminists and the SJW and the young college kids that seem to be brainwashed as of late. Or the ones who want to pander to the female masses.
For example, I admire Christina Hoff-Sommers, an actual intelligent and thought-provoking Feminist.
Alan Smedes: As usual, Hash, I read your post and I think man, right when I think this guys got a cool outlook on life that resembles mine, he comes up with some horseshit that’s totally fucked up, but then i read through everything again and realize what you’re really saying , which for the most part I get. Thanks for keeping me thinking
Alan Smedes, you are most welcome, sir. It’s just that we in the world normally don’t take the time to understand one another. If we all slow down, meet each other psychologically, and then begin our journey into the mind, together, as a mutual inquiry, we’ll both be able to see the same thing.
If we are not mutually inquiring, the mind gets lost in the trivialities of agreements, disagreements, conclusions, and feelings.
Thanks for taking the time to read my ramblings. ￼:)
Shambhu Das: For the record, I SO appreciate the open and intelligent forum and participants capable of real conversation that doesn’t sacrifice the dignity of anyone involved. The freedom from the need to inflate one’s own ego in this circle is outstanding!
Shambhu Das Labels limit. The inquiry does not. You may not feel limited, which could be because you are unaware of said limitation? That could be entirely possible.
And you are most welcome. I am uninterested in pitting one man’s conclusions against another’s. I am only interested in inquiring into something with an empty mind, together.
Shambhu Das: I love your forum, Hash!
Shambhu Das, In addition, I want to add that perhaps it is because I came to the realization that there is no “I”, no “self”, no individual in this body. There is no “ego”. There is only “what is”, which is me, therefore there is no desire to kill it or suppress it or overcome it or analyze it or be victimized by it.
For me, there is no such thing as the “self”. It’s not that I reject it or discard it or something. It’s just that I’ve never been able to find it anywhere in my body. “Self”, “I”, “Ego” or whatever word one chooses to use, it doesn’t exist in the body. It’s just a superstructure that has been imposed upon the body by the culture and the society.
Since there is no ‘self’ or ‘ego’, there is no need for inflation. It never even enters the equation. It never crosses the mind. It simply does not exist. And something which does not exist has absolutely no effect.
JF: The belief that men & women are equal + fighting for social rights are going to destroy the west? Ummmmm ok
You get this same age old argument. I wonder if anyone has ever given this any real thought.
Firstly we must examine what is equality. Is there such a thing? Or is it something that is forced upon humanity through culture and society? Why does there exist a notion of equality in mankind? Equality of opportunity? We have that. Equality of outcome? That denotes favoritism by necessity, it seems?
If there was something called “equality” in nature, would it not have already manifested itself? We have had hundreds of cultures and thousands of religions throughout hominid history, and there has never been equality because it seems to not exist in nature. The inmost always becomes the outmost. So logically, if there was equality in nature, it would itself manifest. Since it has never, then we can conclude it does not exist, and the problem could very well be in the fact that we are trying to impose an equality where one does not exist. Fighting nature never works out well for humanity.
Then we must look into what is a right. Are there such things as right? Is it not implied in the right that someone must grant it? Some authority? That there is the one that demands a “right” and the one in power “grants” it? Since we are born with an infinite intelligence housed in the body, is there some such thing as a right? Is there such a thing as the “right to live” even? What is right?
Old English riht (adjective and noun), rihtan (verb), rihte (adverb), of Germanic origin; related to Latin rectus ‘ruled,’ from an Indo-European root denoting movement in a straight line.
The archaic original usage is from “ruled” as in ruled by some authority, which then grants rights. Governed, ruled, ruled in a straight line with no deviations. This is not natural.
If we reject the authority of ideologies and systems of thought, and if one is no longer “ruled”, by anything or anyone, including oneself, then what remains? It seems to me to be patently obvious that what remains is the organism in its Natural state, is neither enslaved nor free, is neither oppressed nor has rights.
Rights by necessity imply authority. There is no such thing as authority. It doesn’t exist. It’s a lie. An abomination.
When broken down and examined, this equality, rights, etc. does not make sense.
When we stop dividing the individual, and when we stop ‘fighting’ for rights and ‘equality’, all problems vanish and we can then empower the individual. When the individual becomes empowered, there remains no more conflict in society, as the individual is the society, is the culture, is the world.
We haven’t even tackled the problem of “belief” yet.
I am certain that psychedelics, including Cannabis, if used properly, can demolish completely these obscene ideologies and identity politics.
Psychedelics dissolve the notion of the “self”. The “self” is the source of all division in humanity.
If psychedelics don’t dissolve the superstructure of the “self” they are not working.
Please, take more.