posted on Sep, 10 2009 @ 06:21 PM
thoughts on it
I think it would help if you were more clear. So far as I can tell you're talking in circles.
everything is nothing and nothing is everything just like a thought
or memory can hold colors, textures, and even smells.
How does the second half of this sentence have anything to do with the first? The manner in which memory can "hold" these qualities doesn't appear
to have any relation to "everything is nothing." What is memory? In a moment you say that thought echoes create that which is in existence. Where
does memory come into play? Who's doing the remembering? Is memory its own thing, or is it merely a thought echo?
everything we know in existance is just an echo of a thought
Ok. What are thoughts? Who's thinking them? By what mechanism does the echo occur?
and every thought we have is just amplifying the echo that is our
existance while possibly creating new echos of existances.
...as if grooving them more deeply...ok. Or, if no groove exists, an "original" thought creates a "groove" to begin with. Or as you're calling
it: "creating an echo." Ok. But we still don't know what thoughts are, who's having them, where or "in what" this echo is occuring, or what
"existence" is. Presumably you're saying that "existence" is merely the fact of thoughts echoing, but without any idea of what you're suggesting
thoughts are in the first place, this isn't much different from where you started: "everything is nothing." Ok. Sure. But what do you mean
like they say god always was and always will be and is inside of everyone just
like nothing always was and always will be and is inside everyone (if this is correct).
Ok...but suddenly throwing god into all of this seems terribly random. Plus, if god "always is/was/willbe" then what does he have to do with these
echoes you're talking about? They didn't exist until they were thought, right? Is god the one doing the thinking? Ok. Who's god? None of this is
the nothing is everything and something in itself,
it may be a creation of a higher power or god himself.
...so are you saying that god created the nothingness that thoughts can create echos from? Why? What does god have to do with the echoes? Couldn't
there be echoes without a god concept? Is god the one thinking the echoes? Are we human observers merely echoes created by the thoughts of god? Do we
then, in turn, have the ability to have thoughts of our own that create echoes? Or if we can create echoes are we, by definition, god?
I think it would help if you slowed down, defined your terms, and thought out your model more clearly.