You exist nowhere but in dreams, and they are not real

Updated September 9, 2022

You are a person in a dreamscape.

The photo you believe to see is not the one Alexius has published. Ultimately he does not exist, nor do you or the picture. But within the context where you, Alexius and his photo are experienced to be real, all experiences are fabricated by the brain. Thus the image you see is made by the brain. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The world we see on the screen in a cinema is made from frequencies of light projected from somewhere else onto a flat screen. We do not see the frequencies nor experience the world they simulate on the screen as flat. Actually, we do not see anything. What we believe to see is fabricated by the brain. Read more about that in Eyes do not see.

Nowadays, as most movies are digitized and often seen on a computer, it may not be correct to say that the world on the screen consists of nothing but frequencies. It is probably more correct to say, that the world we experience to see on the screen is fabricated from the digital info reaching your eyes. As this consists of nothing but zeros and ones in different combinations, it makes no sense to us before the brain has translated it.

Hence the world where we experience people being separated from each other in a world defined by time and space is a deception. Frequencies of light are all there is on the screen. The brain generates the world we see and feel based on those. At least, this is what it claims. But that is just another one of the stories it makes up to make you believe you are real. Read more about the setup of the brain in Where to find the bliss of the empty breath.

When you experience seeing and/or feeling the body, it is the same story as when you experience a dimensional world in a movie on a flat screen. The body is not substantial. It is not there at all.

Since a dream is made out of nothing, everything in it that seems as something is make-believe. This applies also to the experience of you being awake.

There is nothing but frequencies of light – or pure info if you prefer the digital version in the above explanation – and they are only experienced as tangible because the brain, like a magician, renders nothing into something, so the self that it also has created from nothing can be entertained by a glamorous show in which it seems to be a substantial being in a material world.*

Alexius’ Duality Hacks functions only within in a world where there seems to be more than one. In other words, they must be forgotten to undo the belief that there is more than that which is One. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Ultimately speaking the frequencies, that the brain base its story upon, are also imagined. Nothing definable is real, as it takes more than one to define something and reality is that which is One.

For the same reason, nobody has created a world where there seems to be more than one. It is an illusion, as scince says, made of empty space.

Since Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings are part of this, they are, like anything else experienced, a fantasy. In other words, they are not the truth but fantasies of how to expose the tricks of the brain so the belief in being someone experiencing them can be undone.

Believing to be someone in this show is just as foolish as, within the context of it, thinking you are someone in a dream. It is not possible. The dream is insubstantial, and you are substantial. Likewise, that which is you is not in a material world, nor a spiritual one. It is not anywhere because it takes more than one to be somewhere, and there is no more than that which is One. However, metaphorically speaking, you could say it is dreaming about being someone in the magic show of the brain.

Within the context of this dream, it is a waste of time trying to make it better. You are not the director. The brain is in charge. And just like you need to follow the rules in a computer game to feel entertained, you must be in sync with the brain to feel amused by its tricks. Doing that is easy when you know that to appear in its world is like being in a dream. You are not there. It is something you pretend.

Playing a game is more fun when following its rules instead of spending time trying to change them into what you consider to be more fair according to socialism or whatnot.

Even though this rendering of a sunset does not look like a ‘real’ sunset, memories of an evening that you have conditioned yourself to interpret as real will probably pop up and take over, so the translation of the frequencies hitting your eyes are adjusted to what you believe is real. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

APPENDIX:
The more the belief in being someone definitive is undone, the less there is an ‘I’ to perceive the differences in the brain’s rendering of a tangible world to make a difference. Thus it does not seem to be something but nothing.

There are many personalities you can pretend to be. Here you can see some of those Alexius has pretended to be. Nowadays he mostly pretends to be a non-teacher but also a non-student. In other words, he has nothing to teach or learn.

If this nothingness seems too much, you can use it as a zero fill and imagine someone you pretend to be in it. Therefore, since you have fun pretending to be nothing, you overcome your fear of it.

You can also use hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive in combination with other duality hacks to tone down the hopelessness and desperation that may set in when it is exposed that what you believe in being is fictional and not factual.

HACK #4 When you begin to live by duality, it is going to end is directed explicitly towards enjoying the belief in being someone while having it undone.

You could also connect with the empty breath. It automatically syncs the world of the inner and outward-facing senses (see hack #5.2 The empty breath and the bliss of nothing) so that the abstractness of the inner one becomes the basis for perceiving the world of the outward-facing senses. Hence you become indifferent to the ups and downs in the world of the outward-facing senses.


*) In the articles below, you can read more about how you see – or actually do not- because the brain makes what you believe to see.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation.