It is not about size

Updated May 17, 2022

The formlessness of oneness has no size, so it seems boring compared to the excitement coming from something larger. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 1:
Men are often physically attracted to the breasts of a woman. For some, though, it is more about the ass. But no matter what part of the body seems attractive, it is basically about the same, namely that you expect meddling with a particular dimension and size will give you something extraordinary.

Dimension and size are essential in a world defined by time and space. Such a world could not be experienced without these concepts. And since oneness has no dimension, thus sizeless, it appears to be hidden by the conceptual experience of dimension and size.

You want to believe you are in a world defined by time and space because you fancy the excitement that seems to come from getting something bigger at the expense of the sizeless peace of oneness. But if you are not going for excitement but peace, you have no reason to believe the experience of a world defined by time and space is real.

Reality is formless, thus sizeless, so in terms of size, reality is nothing. And yet, it is everything because, without size, it is endless.

This does not necessarily mean you do not appear in a world defined by time and space anymore because everything in such a world seems to take time. This can be compared to watching a movie in a cinema. Even though the end s already made, it takes time to get there.


If you do not try to see dimensions where there are none, there does not appear to be a world defined by time and space. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In a world defined by time and space, you seem to be able to manifest things. That is not the way of life though. Life is all there is, so to create something it must take it from itself,. But since it is formless there is nothing to manifest. In other words, the universe is not a manifestation of life but a lifeless fantasy.

Size is an optical illusion fabricated in the brain. But in an illusion nothing works work out right. The strict law of perspective tells your brain that the blue line at the far back stretches longer than the green line at the front. But if you remove the checkerboard, the two lines are the same length.

You may see the blue line in the back as longer than the green line in the front. But if you remove the checkerboard, you see they are the same length. In other words, the differences you see are not a fact but make-believe. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

INTERLUDE:
Oneness cannot be defined as bigger or smaller because it is formless, thus endless. Therefore, if you see something definable, it is a mirage.

No worries. Appearing as someone definitive in a world limited by time and space is, within the context of this delusion, like pretending to be in the world of a computergame. You are not really there. So as long as you do not believe but pretend to be there, you are not burdened by time and space. See hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation.

PART 2:
How come we can appear as somebody in a world defined by time and space when there is nothing but the formlessness of oneness? The answer is observation. Imagine being separated from oneness, observing it from different angles. It appears to be dimensional because of the changing aspects. And because your movements between the angles seem to take time, it also looks as if oneness is a world of linear time.

The New Age idea about observing the world to be detached from it does the exact opposite, namely imprison you.

This observation is repeated again and again in a world defined by time and space. But the more someone observes the world’s appearances by moving around them, the more the observer experiences being imprisoned in a world encapsulated by time and space.

However, when you stop observing, which you do by not focusing, the apparent border is lifted between the observer and the observed. Read about defocussing here. As this is 100 per cent intimacy, there is no separation, thus nothing to hide the formlessness of oneness. That is why most persons fight intimacy by observing the world and its appearances to keep everything at a distance, thus themselves as someone definitive.

Even though you believe a world where there seems to be more than one is real, you act as if there is no more than one, namely you. Others are only interesting in regards to what you can get from them.

To observe is to exclude, which is not possible, as there is no more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

Maybe you get excited by imagining a specific woman. The more you fantasise about her, the more she starts to take form. The woman in this image may even begin to move if you keep on observing her – and the bushes may fade out. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 3:
Oneness is inclusive, but a world where there seems to be more than one is exclusive. First, you exclude oneness by imagining it is possible to get outside it. From there, you observe it from different angles you perceive to reveal different p
erspectives of oneness. Then you conclude oneness is a dimensional world where there appears to be more than one. To uphold this view, you constantly move to exclude what you move away from, so there seems to be a past and a future and that things in the past are forever lost.

But since oneness is formless, thus endless, you cannot leave it. Therefore, firstly, it is not a world where there seems to be more than one you need to depart from but the belief you are there. Secondly, you are not in a hurry. So you can have your cake and eat it too if you simulate oneness by being inclusive. This leaves nothing to search for, thus nothing to feed the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one.

What is unreal is unexplainable, and so is what is real because it takes more than one to explain something, and there is no more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

PART 4:
If it feels limiting to function as a person in a body, it is not because the world is limiting. It is neither limited nor unlimited. The world, including the person you believe in being, is non-existing. Nothing definable is real. It only seems so because you believe so

That which is you is no different from oneness. Since it is formless, it is sizeless, thus invisible from a world defined by time and space. So if you believe to be there, this belief needs to be corrected. Just like – in the context of a world defined by time and space – if you believe to be someone in the world of a movie, there is nothing you need to do to escape the film. Only the belief that you are in it needs to be undone.

Thus nothing has to be avoided or achieved while you seem to be someone in a world defined by time and space. You follow its ways like you do when playing a game like Monopoly. But you only follow the concepts of a world defined by time and space to navigate there and not prove it is real. If the latter is the case, time and space feel limiting, and you search for something larger – like nirvana, heaven and other dreamy states.

In other words, there is no need to refrain from becoming and having more while you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one. Whatever you appear to be can be used to undo the belief in being someone definitive when perceived as a symbol of oneness.

Reality is that which is One, and as it takes more than one to accomplish something, there is nothing real to accomplish.

That which is you is not more than the body, nor less, because it is formless. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 5:
Many people like to feel stuck. It sounds crazy because it does not feel good. Nevertheless, it is cherished because feeling stuck enhances the belief in being someone definitive in a world encapsulated by time and space. Furthermore, it implies there is something greater, wherefore you are more than what you appear to be. But there is nothing larger than the body, nor smaller because there is no body. It is imagination – just like you imagine being someone in a dream, even though you are not there but in your bed having a dream about a world that is nowhere.

Different religions and new age movements have their special versions of something greater to come when your body becomes purer. But what they offer is just more for the body to desire.

The body is a form, and that which is you is formless. Hence there is no room for that which is you in it. That is why you feel stuck believing to be in a body encapsulated by time and space.

Contrary to that which is you, everything in a world defined by time and space has a beginning and an end – also this article. The world wants happy endings. Yet there is no happy ending in this article because it concludes that if you feel stuck, it is your way of perceiving the signals of the body as if reality is to live in a capsule of time and space – instead of perceiving them as signals telling you, that this is not real and that it is a mistake to think that which is you can be defined as something in a world of time and space.

The bigger something appears to be, and the more there appears to be, the more you forget that there is no more than the formlessness of that which is one.

A MP3 is a compressed compressed version of lossless music. A world, where there seems to be more than one, can be compared to a compressed version of that which is one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

A world where there seems to be more than one can be compared to a compressed version of that which is One. Although that which is One has no size, the compressed version is defined by size so that it is possible to imagine seeing more than one. As it takes much focus to imagine this, the belief in a world compressed into a capsule of time and space can be undone by not focusing since that makes it impossible to imagine more than one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

PART 6:
MP3 is a compressed version of uncompressed music, which is considered lossless. Some can reverse a compact version of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles, for example, to its lossless state by hitting a button. But all they get is a new file ending with a word like FLAC instead of MP3.

Although the new file probably is bigger than the old one, nothing has changed regarding the quality of the music. In other words, when music is compressed into MP3, it has forever lost something, and there is no way of getting back what is lost, no matter how much bigger you make the MP3 file.

A person can be compared to a MP3 music file. No matter what you do, the data lost in the conversion to MP3 can never be regained, so if you want wholeness, it is not to be found in a world defined by time and space.

Actually, it is not to be found anywhere, because wholeness is that which is One and it takes more than one to find something. Fortunately that which is whole needs not to be found, because there is nothing else than the oneness, since it is formless and therefore endless.

Any person in a world encapsulated by time and space can be compared to a compressed version of the formlessness of that which is One, and just like MP3 music has forever lost something, so has someone who seems to live in a capsule of time and space.

No matter how much more is added or subtracted from someone encapsulated by time and space, it will never be formless. The same applies to any transformational process a person is engaged in. All you get is a new appearance that may make you appear larger or higher. But that which is you is no different from the formlessness that which is One, and formlessness has no size.

In reality, it is impossible to experience size, as to experience something requires more than one, and there is no more than that which is One since it is formless and therefore endless. It is, however, possible to imagine that there is more than one and that you are or can become more than that which is One. And it is this fantasy that appears to hide the formlessness of that which is One.

The world considers everything tangible as real, but it is the other way around: Everything that can be felt or experienced is unreal.

Believing to be someone definitive, everything is perceived by size, and bigger is judged better. Hence you may assume life is extra large. But life is formless, so it takes up no space. Therefore, everything that takes up space is lifeless. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 7:
In a world defined by time and space, superficiality is preferable in the sense that deepness tends to lead to a more profound belief in being someone there, whereas relating to whatever appears to be part of such world – including chakras and whatnot – in a superficial way make it seems less real. And the less real you perceive a world defined by time and space, the less there is to hide there is nothing but the formlessness of oneness.

To hope for something in a world defined by time and space is to go deeper into it, and so is searching for something there or beyond it. The natural way of relating to what is not real is not to take it seriously and connect superficially.

That said, the above statements are written by someone who is to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is One, so they are based on knowing the world is unreal. When you know that, it is easy to see what you need to do while you appear to be someone in the world defined by time and space because you do not need to do anything but perceive everything as a symbol of life. Thus, the whole world becomes symbolic, including what you seem to be there. Therefore, since you appear to be someone in a world defined by time and space but not of it, leaving it is not fearful.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of life.