posted on Nov, 29 2012 @ 05:06 PM
The Buddhist philosophy originates from the Hindu cosmology. That you are all that there is, the self of the universe. It is seen as a drama of the
self. You are playing every part in this existence only you forget that you do that. If you knew everything you would be tremendously bored. So you go
out and forget that you're it.
The cosmos, it is seen as vibration. This vibration is resonance. If we had no resonance we wouldn't have a sense of self. So things that appear
separate are only resonance of self. Which is why you can't have black without white, space without form, sound without silence. But in between white
and black there is the whole spectrum of color.
So this drama of self is like everything else. It births, grows, matures, and dies. Then it begins all over, only it always feels like now.
If you knew everything you would get rather bored, so you'd start dreaming. And soon you'd want to forget you're dreaming and see how far out you can
get. And pretty soon you'd be dreaming of where you are now, reading this.
TLDR; You're it.
edit on 29-11-2012 by Eternium because: (no reason given)