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Its a easy thing to deal with when its a family member and they pass away naturally I just have a horrible problem dealing with the death of my soulmate She was violently removed from this world 15 years ago We trppped shrooms n extacy many times with each other so dealing with this life isnt really special to me anymore I really dont feel that this life has any real meaning I look foward to my death Its not a healthy way to live I cant seem to put this into perspective
I just want full access damnit
Rono he hate me...
I'm going to be reading every post that you make...and anything that even remotely offends me is going to get your ass banned. How you like 'dem apples asshole?
there is an excellent book by philip kapleau-roshi called _the wheel of death_ that can be of some comfort (imho)
don't be in a great hurry to depart this plane - soon enough it will happen to us all... as for the emptiness that you feel from the loss of your beloved... well, you need never forget, but you must eventually release...
-------------------- old enough to know better
not old enough to care
I am sorry. I believe your soulmate is helping you to grow. Growing is painful because of our attachments to having things go the way we think they should. The Universe has plans for you friend. You have to learn to flow in the direction the Universe is going. That means surrender to what is happening in your life each moment. Very difficult at first, this letting go. Scary!
The Universe wants happiness and joy for all in my opinion. If you surrender and let the river carry you eventually you will see that you are ending up where you really wanted to be.
Many Blessings, If this doesn't ring true, please disregard.
-------------------- "Don't believe everything you think". -Anom.
" All that lives was born to die"-Anom.
With much wisdom comes much sorrow,
The more knowledge, the more grief.
Ecclesiastes circa 350 BC
You built many bonds with this special person, and she built bonds with you. But now it feels like half of you is missing. Half of you is missing, and you need to find a worthwhile way to fill that empty space. The bonds you built with your lover will stay in your mind, but they have nothing to bond to. If you cannot come to terms with this void on your own, maybe you need companionship. But what was torn away from you, she is not fully replacable. You will find that every new girl you meet has your old lover's face. This is no way to live. You need to find a new soulmate, because how can you live a full life with this huge void in your mind? Even though it can never be the same, it is still better than nothing. Much love and hope for the future...
Great_Satan: you are irrelivant. Gtfo of this forum.