When included, death is a portal to oneness

Updated December 4, 2022

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

This graphical illustration of a so-called out-of-body experience is not entirely correct. You observe yourself from above, but the observer is nowhere to be seen. Since this observation is done from another angle than usual, you conclude you are outside the body. Yet you have never been inside or outside of it. What and where you appear to be is a story made by the brain. And you only agree to believe it because otherwise, you are exposed as a fantasy of the brain. However, in the moment of death, the brain does not have enough oxygen to uphold the images sustaining this fantasy as real. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In the moments leading up to death, the brain cannot fabricate the usual images of a physical world because it runs out of oxygen. Therefore, since thoughts and feelings can no longer be assigned to something definitive, they do not settle but keep flying around in an unstructured fashion.

That is, if you do not hang onto those you assume will reestablish the physical world. Doing that, panic sets in because the world as you know it is forever gone. Therefore,  it feels like hell if you are used to excluding uncomfortable thoughts and feelings by projecting them onto something physical. Now you are stuck with them.

Fortunately, you are not boxed in by your selected thoughts and feelings but by your desire to be verified by them as someone definitive. Therefore, if you do not look for specific thoughts and feelings to prove you are someone, thoughts pass by quickly, and when they are gone, feelings rush by. In short, by not being exclusive but inclusive, your past appearance as someone definitive does not prevent you from returning to the oneness you never left.

When you are about to lose consciousness at the moment of death, do not hang onto it because it takes more than one to be aware of something, wherefore there is nothing to hide that which is One without consciousness.

When death sets in, you are sucked into a black hole when the light at its edges explodes and gently joins the nothingness of you in an endless fall into the formlessness of oneness. That is, if you do not try to define it, because if so, you uphold the belief in being someone definitive. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

As already mentioned, at the moment of death, the brain cannot produce images of a world that confirms the belief in being physical. But if you do not hang onto the memories of being that, nobody is dying or living because that requires more than One, and there is no more than that which always was and will be, namely, that which is One.

On the other hand, if you cling to your memories of being substantial, you feel crazy because it cannot be confirmed by experiences perceived as physical. Hence you think you will die, which feels scary and claustrophobic.

Not hanging onto the consciousness of being someone feels like the end of you. But it is not the end of anything other than the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One.

Fortunately, there are no memories of being physical to hang onto if you are inclusive because that leaves nothing to define you. In other words, the inclusion of everything experienced does not result in you embodying everything but nothing. Hence there is nobody to care about dying.  

When nothing is excluded, there is not something to define you. Thus, nothing to prevent you from falling into the formlessness of oneness. The animation is grabbed from the web.

Like there are no physical experiences in a dream, there are none when the body in which you thought to reside dies.

All the thoughts and feelings you excluded to define you as someone specific rush by chaotically and speedily. For example, suppose you have excluded negativity to look like you are a positive person, then disapproval will rush by, followed by everything else you have excluded.

However, since there is no material experience anymore, there is nobody who can escape unwanted thoughts and feelings by projecting them onto something physical. Thus you are on your own with nowhere to go, as you always were and always will be because there is no more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

If you do not believe to be someone, you cannot die, because it takes more than one to experience that.

For the same reason, the pain of loneliness that all the excluded thoughts and feelings seem to have caused cannot be shared with anybody, which feels like hell. However, when all thoughts and feelings are included, there is no loneliness to share. Thus you are at peace, slowly falling into the formlessness of oneness, where you are neither in hell nor heaven because it takes more than one to be somewhere.

In a world where there seems to be more than one, everything is experienced as separated. But since it requires more than one to experience that, and there is no more than that which is One, the experience is not real. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

You probably assume relaxation comes from a good night’s sleep, sex, fitness, yoga or massage. But that is because you were used to imagining that the brain’s thoughts established you as someone inside a body. Thus you go crazy about its last chaotic thoughts unassigned to anything definable unless you follow them to the emptiness of not-knowing, where nobody is bothered about thoughts not adding up to something familiar.

In that case, the brain’s rapid flow of thoughts soon expires and is replaced by a similar chaotic flow of feelings. But suppose the emptiness of not-knowing is not left in favour of going down memory lane to find something well-known to support specific emotions as real. Then the emotional flow is cut off, everything is blank, and the Enlightenment of that which is One erases everything you believed in being. See hack #6.1 The Enlightenment of that which is One.

If you want to be at one with a soulmate, god or whatnot, the formlessness of oneness will seem claustrophobic because it takes more than one to become one with somebody, and oneness has only room for one.

However, most people avoid that by clinging to fear. Besides, very few get past the fleeting thoughts because they try to capture the friendly ones and compile them into an experience of being someone in a tangible body. But, as already said, the brain does not have enough oxygen to produce experiences that support that. Thus the satisfaction from smoking, having sex, or doing something else that requires a body cannot be found. Therefore, since it slowly dawns on you that the happiness you used to get is out of reach, you feel stuck in nowhere.


There is no world to see when the TV screen is blank. So what you see is what you believe is there. That is also what you see when there appears to be a world on the TV screen because the world is in the eye of the beholder. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

A near-death experience can be compared to watching TV. Suddenly the screen turns blank, and only the sound is left. The world on the TV is gone, and there is nothing but the sound of your thoughts.

When death sets in, the brain cannot fabricate the usual images of a world defined by time and space. Instead, it processes sedative images, like tunnels of light, to prevent you from panicking. But there is nobody experiencing tunnels of light or other spaced-out images if you do not believe to be somebody. Neither is there anybody who needs to see calming images because nobody panics since nobody dies.

Life has no beginning or end because it is formless. Therefore, when something is over, only the story about it stops. Hence it is not life but your story about it that makes you cry about something about to end. That is how you make your story real and life unreal. However, since it is life that makes it possible to finish your story, you love the end when not forgetting that.

Please do not think death is a requirement for oneness. On the contrary, since it takes more than one to die, it does not lead to oneness. For the same reason, nothing else does. Fortunately, it is not necessary to return to oneness because it is formless, thus endless, so you have never left, except in fantasy. In other words, when the brain stops functioning, this fantasy dies, but nothing real ends.

However, the brain does not need to stop to have the fantasy undone. All Alexius’ Duality Hacks undo the fantasy over time so you can enjoy the fantasy while it fades out. There is one exception, though. Hack #6.1 The Enlightenment of that which is One undo the fantasy immediately.

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NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.1 Inclusiveness sets you free from duality.