posted on Nov, 10 2015 @ 03:59 PM
I've found the best way to understand God/Enlightenment/Spirituality/Time, whatever you want to call it, is through maths. It's universally
understood, there are no semantics, its not subjective and it requires a little thought to understand the meaning, which is no bad thing, but when
you've got it, it's with you for life.
The two curves are the same equation. The first runs from low x/high y to high x/low y. (You don't need to know this but it's plotted in cartesian
coordinates.) The second starts at zero and splits into either a spiral or a diagonal line. (It's plotted in polar coordinates.) The numbers
represent age in tens of years on the x axis and degrees of enlightenment on the y axis.
When we're born our imaginations are fueled. We are free to expand our minds. That stops around age ten. Then social and peer pressure sets in,
Santa isn't real anymore and we start to regress. If we were left as individuals we would join the spiral advancing forward, taking steps back. Some
are lucky enough to be encouraged to follow the natural path. Most just enter into negative territory when they leave home and start careers and
Your 'spirituality' induced by suffering is taking you off the path and onto the spiral. You don't need suffering to achieve it, just a knowledge of
the spiral. Buddha managed to stay on the spiral through isolation from society and then joined the path of enlightenment, which, to be honest is a
bit of a let down after the spiral. Progress is shallow and doesn't achieve half of one's potential. That is achieved through transcendence which is
in the completely opposite direction to life. It requires intellect and understanding to unlearn everything you know without losing your valuable
life experience. This is why babies can't transcend. They need to have lived to 'un-live'.
Older people who regress back into childhood find the path to transcendence easier, as do those with autism. Hermits and the socially excluded also
have a tendency to find the path easier. You can't think in just x, y, z and linear time, you need to add an angle component to time to take you into
five planes or dimensions. This is how the universe is constructed after all. This is how God created it.
Nobody said it would be easy. But hopefully this visual aid will put you on a better path without masochism.