What and where you believe in being is non-existing

Updated December 1, 2022

They say that seeing is believing, but it is the other way around. What you believe, you see. Therefore, you do not see anything if you do not believe in something. Consequently, that which cannot be seen, namely the formlessness of oneness, does not appear to be hidden by the awareness of something. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The woman you see here is not there. She cannot be in your electronic media. Her appearance is a simulation made by small pixels on your screen, triggering the brain to produce an experience of a woman.

Furthermore, you cannot be watching this simulation. Reality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to exist. Therefore, when the brain claims your experience is based on signals it receives from your sensory system, adding up to you being someone experiencing something, it is a story to cover up your existence is a fantasy made by the brain from nothing to hide that it is empty space. Read more about that here.

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With your eyes closed, you may still see images of the world because the brain does not need information from your sensory system to produce them because they are created from nothing. That includes experiences perceived as spiritual and as you are someone definitive.

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The real success of the iPhone (and its clones) is that you do not feel you interact with a screen but with a world on the other side. You believe that illuminated pixels are objects in a real world that you can manipulate at your will.

In other words, Apple succeeded in imitating the workings of the brain. It twists nothing into the experience of something, so it seems you are a substantial being interacting with like-minded ones.

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The experience of you as someone in a world where there seems to be more than one can be compared to relaxing in a bathtub and catching glimpses of a world in the mist rising from the steaming hot water.

This mirage seems so exciting that it feels as if you are there. However, sooner or later, the sound of the water in the bathtub reminds you that you have forgotten reality – and so you see, the world in the mist is make-believe.

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Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings cannot point to the reality of that which is One because it takes more than one to point to something. But they can point to the illusion of a world where there seems to be more than one, so you see that believing there is more than one hides that reality is that which is One. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

No one is what they appear to be. Not in the sense that their real self is hidden underneath their appearance, but in the sense that any appearance – spiritual or mundane – is unreal because it requires more than one to appear as someone, and there is no more than that which is One.

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There is no truth to find in a world where there seems to be more than one. That includes Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings because it takes more than one to find something, and there is no more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

Since it also requires more than one to read this, no one is reading it, like no one is moving around in the virtual world of a game. However, it seems fun pretending to be there, likewise, in a world where there seems to be more than one.

Doing that is not about truth, freedom, or anything other than having fun pretending to be what you are not. However, when pretending to be someone is replaced by believing to be that, the fun is over because it is hard work to constantly find somebody to confirm your appearance is real.

If you search for something to make it easier believing to be someone, you have come to the wrong place. Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings is not about creating something better but the undoing of the belief that there is something. Be grateful if you do not get it. There is nothing to understand because that requires more than one, and there is no more than the formlessness of oneness.

For the same reason, it is impossible to point to oneness. However, when you believe there is more than that which is one, it is, within your belief, possible to point out that you are mistaken. That is what Alexius’ Duality Hacks do. In other words, they operate within the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one, so you can see that experiencing something hides that which cannot be experienced, namely the formlessness of oneness. Of course, this does not mean you see oneness, but that when you are not aware of something, nothing seems to hide, there is no more than that which is One.

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Most twist what they read or hear to fit into how they want to see the world. But since there is no more than that which is One, seeing a world where there seems to be more than one is a hallucination. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Nothing needs to be done or avoided because what you believe in being does not exist since it takes more than one to be someone, and there is no more than that which is One.

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If you look for a deeper understanding or dig deeper into the matter of something, you enhance the belief in a world defined by time and space, thus blocking off oneness because it is formless and without depth.

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The undoing of the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one does not result in something. You neither become more nor less because there is no more than which is One.

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Undoing the belief in separation does not entail awakening, stillness, I am that or other utopian ideas based on departing something wrong. On the contrary, nothing is the result of undoing the belief in separation because to produce a result, there must be more than one, and without division, there is no more than that which is One.

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Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings are not about self-realisation or transformation but the discontinuation of the self – or rather, the undoing of the belief in being someone.

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That you believe to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one is a choice you keep upholding. Consequently, the way to undo it is not to choose.

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When you know, you are mistaken, you do not need to hold onto the past, and so you are free to go.

Nothing is holding you back but your wish to get more than that which is One. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The energy you perceive from a tree feels so good that you hug it, hoping to share its mysterious power. But you are not transformed even though you hold onto it for a long time. Instead, your arms ache. Thus very offended – as if the tree has lured you into this position – you say: »Stop holding onto me. You have entrapped me. Set me free.«

But you are not captured by the tree. It has no power over you. You choose to hold onto the tree because you imagine it has something you want. To free yourself, you must examine if you get what you expect from the tree.

Most likely, you see that it does not deliver anything, regardless of how long you hold onto it. Therefore, the need to hold onto the tree fades out since you realise the mystery was imagined.

The tree, of course, is a metaphor for a world where there seems to be more than one. It has nothing because reality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to have something. Nevertheless, you hold onto the fantasy of more than one until you realise that nothing makes you satisfied.

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Those who want to be spiritual often assume they can achieve it by replicating someone’s traits perceived as spiritual.

But spirituality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to be something, so nobody is spiritual. Hence there is nobody to replicate, and even if there was, spirituality could not be copied, as that requires more than one.

To spell it out, there is no spirituality in a world where there seems to be more than one, regardless of what you appear to be – or rather, because of that, since it takes more than one to be someone.

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Since oneness is endless, it is the source of the belief in being and having more than One. Thus being true to this belief, you confirm what it denies. In other words, when you believe in a world where there seems to be more than one, you confirm that which is One.

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The guitar and the music the guy hears from it are make-believe, and so is what and where he believes in being. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Everybody can be compared to a radio. There is not someone inside it who sings the songs that come out of it now, and they were made in the past.

Nor is anybody writing this. The radio called Alexius merely broadcasts what it receives. Another radio may respond by saying, »who makes the signals that the radio gets?«

Those looking to enhance the belief in being someone definitive love such a question because it implies there is an authentic self to be found somewhere. But broadcasting a sentence like ‘is the Moon made of cheese?’ does not prove it is made of that.

In short, there is no meaning to be found in the broadcasts of Alexius or anybody else. If there were, a world where there seems to be more than one would be meaningful. And how can it be that when there is no more than that which is One?

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In a world defined by time and space, you must always plan for the future to uphold the illusion of linear time.

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The squares in this image have been multiplicated from one square by Alexius with the help of an algorithm on his phone. So though you may get the impression that there are several different squares with their specific individuality, they are all the same. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The nature of thought is multiplication. However, their duplication does not change anything – just like nothing is lost or altered when you copy a piece of music on a computer. Except, of course, if someone claims to have the right to that specific combination of thoughts.

But in oneness, there is nothing to own. Since it is one perpetual present, it is impossible to hold onto something – let alone be someone specific.

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Science states that the world we believe in feeling and seeing consists of 99.9999999 per cent empty space. And the rest – despite also being empty space consisting of nothing substantial – is what we perceive as elements of matter, making up a tangible world where we appear to be somebody definitive. In other words, since the perception of the body as an opaque, tangible and definable thing is make-believe, an out-of-body experience is just as illusionary as an in-the-body experience. 

Fortunately, you are not a body, soul, or anything else imaginable in empty space. That is why you say my body, soul, thoughts, feelings, etc.

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The formlessness of oneness seems claustrophobic when the belief in being and having more than that which is One is partly cherished because then you seem as nothing in something or something in nothing, which feels claustrophobic. In other words, your way to oneness seems claustrophobic until you realise you are nothing in nothing – or, as science says, what and where you believe in being is empty space.

That is not to say that you stop seeing the world as you used to. But you do not perceive it as real – like you do not see the world on a monitor as real but simulated. Nor does it mean the reality is seen. It is that which is One, and it takes more than one to be aware of something, so it cannot be seen. But you can realise that seeing something seems to hide that which cannot be seen.

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That which is One has no room for something, as that requires more than one. For the same reason, it is nowhere. But since it is formless, it is everywhere. Thus a world where there seems to be more than one is nonexistent.

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Spiritual seekers are often so attached to their personalities that they cannot adjust to the world’s ways. Instead, they perceive themselves as spiritual beings on a special mission to improve the world. But since being or changing something is a confirmation of separation, which is the cause of suffering, it is enhanced the more you believe in changing yourself or the world. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

There is nowhere to go and no one to meet in oneness since that requires more than one. And since it also takes more than one to be something, it is impossible to be anything in particular. This is frustrating if you want to make a difference because to manifest it, you need to perceive somebody else seeing you as different. But since there is no more than that which is One, there is nobody but you unless you imagine being in a world where there seems to be more than one.

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Let us say you live in a cold clime but would like to move to the warmer island you saw on television where people wear slippers and shorts all year long. However, replicating that where you live will not make you warmer. Nor will drinking a fancy cocktail, singing songs in a foreign language, or changing your name to something more exotic.

This metaphor illustrates that chanting, hugging, dressing in unique clothes, getting a new name, thinking positively, and whatnot cannot bring you oneness. You cannot even join oneness. It is impossible because it takes more than one to join something, and there is no more than that which is One.

But since it also takes more than one to leave something, you have never left oneness. Thus you only need to undo the belief that you are in a world where there seems to be more than one.

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Hoping for something, you fear not getting it. If you get it, you fear losing it. But hoping for nothing, there is nothing to fear. That is why Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not promise you anything.

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If you are stranded in the desert, there is no lasting solution but to leave. The same applies if you are passed up in a world where there seems to be more than one, except that it is not the world you need to leave but the belief that you are there. However, this belief cannot be undone in your way, as that enhances the belief in being there. Fortunately, it can be undone by applying one or more of Alexius’ Duality Hacks.

What is the sound of a rooster?

You probably find familiar shapes in this image so that it seems meaningful to you. Yet, the image has no meaning. Like all images on electronic media, it consists of square pixels so small that you do not notice them. Instead, you see the picture your brain has processed, attributing different combinations of pixels with each their own particular meaning. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In Hindi, a rooster says Kuk-rook-koo. In German: Kikerikie. In Tagalog: Tik-tila-ok In French: Cocoricooooo In Swedish: Kuckeliku In the East-End vernacular: Kay-Eff-See. And in Spanish: Kiri-kiri-ki. But since Alexius grew up in Denmark, he is conditioned to hear a rooster say Kykliky.

If we had not learned to see the combination of the letters in this article as English words meaning something specific, they would seem as meaningless as the sound of a rooster. But we cannot hear or see the language even though we have learned it. What we hear and see are meaningless frequencies until our brain translates them into something we have learned, a rooster says, for example. See, Eyes do not see and Where to find the bliss of the empty breath.

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What you think about oneness is wrong because it takes more than one to know something. Hence looking forward to oneness is madness. You can, however, look forward to not believing to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one.

By doing that, the hope for more vanishes, thus the need to believe it is possible to be and have more than that which is One.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.1 What and where you appear to be is make-believe.