Our neuroanatomy is a resemblance of time which was fabricated by our very own brains. The central sulcus separates the frontal lobe from the parietal
and occipital lobe (the back lobes). The central sulcus represents the present moment. In the depths of this sulcus lies the pineal gland. The frontal
lobe is responsible for all actions that we are going to do, and is represented as the future, because all things we do happen milliseconds AFTER we
have the thought to do them. The back lobes are responsible for all sensory perception, and can be respresented as the past, because all things we
perceive are actually happening milliseconds BEFORE we "feel" them. The temporal lobes are on the side of the brain and pass over this central sulcus,
and that is why the temporal lobe is majorly responsible for our conception of time because it coordinates past and future.
This means that past and future are fabrications of our thoughts. "Responsibility" (future constrainment) and "Regret" (past constrainment) are us
submitting to this veil of time. Time is something we made up, and now fight over in this world of greed. The present moment is here waiting for us to
integrate with it. This is the concept of Zen thoughtlessness. By not thinking we can reintegrate with the ebb and flow of the universal mind. It
always was here, it is eternal, and within us all. The Alpha and Omega, if you will. Being is in the present moment and is eternal. We all belong here
and are Sons/Daughters of this eternal Being. Death came to humanity because of our obsession with time, or "sin", meaning to miss the point of life;
which is reintegration with Being:
"Very truly I tell you, whoever obeys my word will never see death.”
At this they exclaimed, “Now we know that you are demon-possessed! Abraham died and so did the prophets, yet you say that whoever obeys your word
will never taste death. Are you greater than our father Abraham? He died, and so did the prophets. Who do you think you are?” ...
“Very truly I tell you,” Jesus answered, “before Abraham was born, I am!
” (John 8:51-58)
Note that "I am" is the present tense of "to be". This is Being. The Bible is essentially a how-to manual on reconvening with Being. All other
legitimate sacred texts elude to this same thing. Deja vu is the veil ripping open and us momentarily reconvening with this Presence. The God Yahweh
in the Old Testament means "I am". When Moses asked God who he was, he said "I am that I am". All the calamities that fell upon the people in the OT
were due to their own actions that were discordant with presence, the I Am. This is karma, and it is as true a law as gravity, but it is much more
subtle and incalculable except by our own conscious experience: www.abovetopsecret.com...
All actions have an equal and
opposite reaction; this includes our choices as humans.
Why has nobody picked up on this? Why are we all dying? What has happened to humanity? We have all become entranced in time; lost in our own minds.
This has been perpetuated generation after generation because we devote our lives to the great illusion: money, social status, etc. Money is a
manifestation of our fear of the future, we collect money for security. Responsibility is considered to be a good thing that mature people can handle,
but it is the ultimate thing that is detracting us from the present moment:
"“Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than
food, and the body more than clothes? Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds
them. Are you not much more valuable than they? Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?" (Mthw 6:25-28)
This goes against anything a parent has ever taught their child. We were all taught to be responsible, and to ensure ourselves a promising future. All
eternity is in the present moment:
"For you granted him authority over all people that he might give eternal life to all those you have given him. Now this is eternal life: that they
know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent. I have brought you glory on earth by finishing the work you gave me to do. And now,
Father, glorify me in your presence
with the glory I had with you before the world began." (John 17:2-5)
There's nothing new under the sun, just a dynamic illusion. Our "desires" are also a yearning for something in the future, as if we do not have
everything we need right now.
"Through the abandonment of desire the deathless state is realized" (Buddhism: Samyatta Nikaya xlvii 37)
Hence the story of Jesus being tempted in the desert, he transcends desire. Any material pleasure we could fathom is nothing compared to the impending
realm we are destined for. In the concluding scene of Richard Linklater's movie "Waking Life", he articulates this quite clearly:
"...Actually, there's only one instant, and it's right now.
"And it's eternity.
"And it's an instant in which God is posing a question.
"And that question is, basically, 'Do you want to, you know,
"'be one with eternity?
" Do you want to be in heaven?'
"And we're all saying, 'No, thank you. Not just yet.'"
And so time is actually just this constant saying no...
to God's invitation.
That's what time is...
There's just this one instant, and that's what we're always in.
...this is the narrative of everyone's life.
That behind the phenomenal difference, there is but one story,
and that's the story of moving from the "no" to the "yes."
All of life is, " No, thank you. No, thank you."
Then ultimately it's, "Yes, I give in.
Yes, I accept. Yes, I embrace."
I mean, that's the journey.
- Everyone gets to the "yes" in the end, right? - Right."
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