posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 04:50 AM
How can nothingness be something? It can't. But it can appear to be.
You think what you see is something, but it's really not. What you see is not and cannot be what is really there. That's because nothing is there.
How is it that the universe is over 99.99999% empty space, yet we see "something"? You don't.
Somewhere in this nothingness, there has to be a reason why we appear to exist.
In a world completely devoid of form, time and space are meaningless. They are nothing. So they have the ability to" exist" cooperatively within the
nothingness without being contradictory to it. Or so it would seem.
By some great cosmic loophole, there was the possibility for time and space to seem different. So out of this loophole, awareness was formed, as the
differentiator. Awareness was "formed" as a byproduct of the potential for differentiation between time and space.
Awareness is the difference between time and space. It is also nothing, but it has the potential to cause the appearance of form, where there is none
due to the ways in which time, space, and awareness can be differentiated. I speculate that awareness might be another dimension in itself. A
dimension of nothingness. I also speculate that all other theoretical dimensions come together to form a definitive nothingness.
Between the potentials of the dimensions of nothingness, there are appearances of somethingness, but this is all due to the infinite
incomprehensibility of nothingness.
My belief is that if you wish to become fully aware, you have to see the nothingness of time and space. And see that everything is an illusion of
potential differences of the dimensions of nothingness. And at the center of these potentials, there is that which verifies differentiation when there
isn't really any. That is because differentiation only exist experientially, or subjectively. And subjectivity is possible within nothingness because
subjective experiences are false, and therefore, also nothingness.
So what we have here is a grand, impossible reality that isn't real but is infinitely real seeming.