CANCELLEX The world is nothing but make-believe

Updated January 2, 2022

Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg talks about virtual reality. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

»Suddenly, you’re on the roof of a skyscraper, looking down on the city below. The roof is tiny and you’re close to the edge and a sense of vertigo sets in. You feel the need to step back before you fall. But the edge isn’t really there.«

»You’re really at Facebook’s annual developer conference, and there’s an Oculus headset strapped to your face. The city and its skyscraper are part of an Oculus virtual reality demo that Facebook is sharing with conference attendees … But there’s another thing you notice while standing atop that virtual skyscraper. As you look down, you realise you can’t see your own feet. You’re completely disembodied.« From an article in Wired.

PART 1:
A virtual reality game player often is nauseous because the body is tricked into believing that it is moving and there are things outside of it that is not there. Though you seem entirely separated from the world, you are not in the virtual world of the game, even though it feels like you must do something there to survive. Actually, you are sitting in a chair with your eyes covered by a set of goggles. An app fills it with a simulated world that, due to your response to it, seems to create feelings in you, as if you are in a real world.

The world in a game is virtual, and only appears to exist, when you play the game.

This can be compared to appearing in a world where there seems to be more than one. There is no oneness in such a world. Thus you appear to be totally separated from it. Everything that you can see is virtual because it takes more than one to be aware of anything.

Thus you always feel a bit off, appearing to be in a world where there seems to be more than one. However, it is possible to feel good appearing to be where you are not when you know the experiences you seem to have are not real. But if you believe they ratified the world as real, you must act upon your experiences again and again – otherwise, you will lose your status. And it feels like the end of everything if you believe your experience is real.

There is nothing real in a virtual world, so do not mistake the words in this article for the truth, but merely a suggestion to take off the goggles simulating a world that is not there. This is, of course, a metaphor. That which is one is not covered by a simulated world in a set of goggles, but the belief, there is more than that which is One.

Due to blinking, you never see the present in its entirety – it is a fragmented experience. In other words, the concept of now is, like anything else in a world where there seems to be more than one, an illusion you are tricked into believing is real – just like the trick of a magician. This includes experiences of spirituality. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since a world where there seems to be more than one, according to Alexius, is make-believe, so is, of course, his statement about this. Nevertheless, you cannot appear in such a world without believing in something, so it is up to what you decide to believe.

Alexius’ Duality Hacks can be compared to a piece of soap, which has no power to do anything by itself – only in the hands of you does it become useful. For example, hack #2 Seeing symbols of life in the world effectively wash away all your beliefs. Should you not like the smell of this one by all means go for another flavour of Alexius’ Duality Hacks.

Suppose it makes you feel relieved relating to the world of the outward-facing senses as an illusion. In that case, a natural consequence might be to have the experience of this illusion wholly undone. This, however, does not mean that you must follow Alexius or specific rules of his because if the world is an illusion, so is following anything in it. What it means is that to undo the belief in that which is not you by using the belief as it is, it can be beneficial to use the hack that this article is a part of, namely hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of life or one of the other duality hacks.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.2 Life is flat.

 

 

Enlightenment is not a light, that lights up something, so you will not see or know more than before. Rather you will know, everything that can be seen does not exists.

Enlightenment of that which is One is not a light that lights up something, so it will not result in you seeing or knowing more than before. Actually, the light is so bright that there is nothing to see. Consequently, there is nothing to confirm you are someone, wherefore nobody knows, everything that can be seen is not real, because that which is One is formless, thus endless, so there is no more that which cannot be seen. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 3:
It seems Enlightenment is often understood to result in detachment or freedom from the world where one experiences in being. But this is an ideological fusion of that which is one and a world where there seems to be more than one. It is just another state of mind, and it has nothing to do with the Enlightenment of that which is One*.

This Enlightenment does not make you free or detached from the world. On the contrary, it terminates merely the perception of that or anything else. It may, however, be more precise to say that it ends the one believing to perceive something, and as the perceived is in the perceiver, it is terminated as well. The Enlightenment of that which is One* does not replace the perceiver or the perceived with something else, as everything perceived is an illusion, so there is nothing to replace.

The Enlightenment of that which is One* simply states, there was or will be anything but the formlessness of that which is One, as it is formless and therefore endless.

The light in the Enlightenment of that which is One^ is so bright, that there is nothing to see. The idea to be someone, who can see somebody else, is not even there. Yet it is in only the context of a world where there seems to be more than one, that this explanation may mean something. In reality it cannot be cannot be known what that which is One is, because it takes more than one to know something.

An explanation like this is only possible within the context of a world where there seems to be more than one. No description is possible in oneness, as it takes more than one to explain something. Not a problem because for the same reason, there is nobody in that which is One.

A piece of soap is a helpful device, if you want to wash something away – and you can use it the way it fits your specific personality.

A piece of soap is a helpful device, if you want to wash something away – and it can be used in a way that fits your specific personality. The same applies to Alexius’ Duality Hacks. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

If you are not someone who is to be compared to the Enlightenment of that which is One,* you cannot understand the basis of Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings – and if you are someone like that, there is no need to understand it.

Without the Enlightenment of that which is One,* you have not ‘seen’ that everything experienced is unreal. By reflex, you twist everything experienced, so it fits your story of a better world. But nothing Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings are about improving what and where you appear to be. Instead, it is about phasing out the belief in being someone at all. See also hack #3.3 Phasing out the personality.

It seems that it is impossible to really know that a world where there seems to be more than one is an illusion within your belief system. Since there is no more than that which is One and to know something requires more than one, Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings seems to confirm this.

For the same reason, however, this confirmation is also an illusion, and that brings us to the purpose of his duality hacks, that whether you are not someone who is to be compared to the Enlightenment of that which is One* or not, it is possible to see that the world is make-believe.

The way you see the world is founded on how much you believe, what the outward-facing senses seem to tell you. If you like what they seem to reveal, by all means, go on believing them and stop reading Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings. But if you do not like the world that the outward-facing senses seem to prove is there, you could instead believe Alexius, who is to be compared to the Enlightenment of that which is One,* when he tells you it is not there.

The world is make-believe, that like a the trick of a magician appears to be real.

The world is make-believe – just like the trick of a magician. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

 

Super powers are not real. It is a fantasy and so is living in the now and any experience of being, consciousness, bliss and whatnot.

Super powers are not real. It is a fantasy and so is living in the now and any concept of spirituality. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

To experience pure being, living in the now or anything else considered to be spiritual can be compared to having super powers in a virtual reality game. It is something you are tricked into believing is possible. There is nothing spiritual in a world where there seems to be more than one.

When you know you are playing a game, it is easy to pretend you are happy there. But if you have forgotten it is a game, all the things that seems to be around you, scares you – and so happiness becomes a fleeting thing.

When you know you are playing a game, it is easy to pretend you are happy in its virtual world. But if you have forgotten it is not real, some of the things that appear to be around you seem scary. And so happiness becomes a fleeting thing. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Getting lost in a virtual world.

The world in a game is virtual, and only appears to exist, when you play the game.

Alexius has no need to forget the world, he appears to be in, by getting lost in a world simulated via an electronic device, so he does not know any of the worlds so many seem to know a lot about from playing on those devices. Neither does he have a need to create a special world with special friends on Facebook or other social platforms – or be lost in the world with just a spouse. In that context he rather go the whole way and get lost in the Enlightenment of that which is One.*

 

In hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation you can read that pretending to be what you are not, eventually, undoes the belief in being someone definitive.