So there's something you do everyday. It's something impossibly awesome, but you do it so much that it's lost the proverbial magic. You
. Yes indeed, the clay is dreaming
. Look, I close my eyes and dream
. Look I see a woman. I see her image clearly. She's
beautiful, with dark hair and green eyes; and smiling. Look she's waving at me! And I hear her voice, she's calling out, "John! John! Here I am,
John! Here I am!" Can you see her image, too? "Hello!" Hey do you hear her voice? "Hello there! Here I am!" I reach out my physical hand- but I
can't touch her with my physical hand. Where is she? Where is this woman? This image? Amazingly she has no location in spacetime
. I clearly
hear her voice yet it doesn't transit through spacetime
If I take out my brain, will I see her image therein? If I pry open the grey matter will I find her there? Smiling and waving "Here I am!" Nope. So
where is the image? It has no location in spacetime- but the image I perceive is every bit as real as the image I perceive of, say, a tree when I look
at it. But this image exists outside
of spacetime, doesn't it? It must, for it is as real as any other image I perceive- yet my body in
spacetime cannot interact with her. She is non-spatial
. In fact, every time you go to sleep and dream
, you have entered into a
non-spatial reality and you interact with it. Now, some may want to tell you the image isn't "real" but if that is the case, what are you
perceiving, if not a "real image"?
Now it is plainly apparent that spatial MUST be emergent from non-spatial: this is simple geometry. We must begin at the non-spatial point, and
spatial will gradually emerge
from non-spatial. Does a point emerge from a cube, or does a cube emerge from a point? The latter, obviously.
Non-spatial is the foundation of all that is spatial
. So where are these dreams coming from? When did dreams begin? Where is the beginning of
perception? Imagination? Consciousness? It exists outside of spacetime, as your dreams are clearly showing you. And if it exists outside of spacetime,
then it exists independant of time. Is consciousness, dreams, imaginations- are these affected by entropy? No? Do you dreams show any sign of loss of
information, or potential? Is imagination exactly the same today as it was a thousand years ago? Yes of course. Consciousness is the same as it ever
was- and ever will be. It's not existent in spacetime, so it should be no surprise that time has no effect on it.
This means it has no beginning, and no ending. It always has been, and always will be. It does not emerge from spatial reality, but the opposite -
spatial reality is emergent from consciousness. And you should know easily that all of your thoughts take place in this non-spatial conscious reality.
You hear your "internal dialogue" running through your consciousness all the time. No one else perceives their voice, but you do. You hear it
clearly. Where does this voice exist? Where is it's location in spacetime? If it exists outside of spacetime, then... it is eternal.
Eternal consciousness. Eternal thought. Eternal imagination. Eternal dream. Eternal IDEA.
What would be a good word to describe this, eternal, imagining, dreaming, thinking, consciousness?
Remember- nothing that you experience is actual
. Every image you see is a construct of your mind
, every sound you hear, every thing you
feel. All exist in your mind. When you look around at the world you're experiencing- you're looking at your mind. The "real world" is invisible-
it's not until your brain is stimulated, sends a message, which is interpeted, and then YOUR MIND DREAMS the resulting "image" of your perception.
You are CREATING WORLDS.
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