All experiences are equally unreal

Updated November 20, 2022

The experience of seeing this pic is as all other experiences – including so-called spiritual ones – fabricated in the brain. Nothing real is fabricated, but that which is real can be used to imagine a fabricated reality. Though that which is real is not in the simulation, the reason the simulation seems to be there is that which is real. Therefore everything in the simulated world of duality can be seen as symbols of that which is real.

The experience of this image is like any other experience – including those considered spiritual – fabricated by the brain. It simulates a world where there seems to be more than one to hide that there is no more than that which is one. However, this sham symbolises that which is one because it is formless, thus endless, so there is nothing else to pull a hoax. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The experience of god and other spiritual concepts are fabrications manufactured by the brain. Like mundane experiences, they can be measured physically because the brain is nothing but a labyrinth of fat and synapses that pass electrical signals from cell to cell.

In other words, whether you perceive your experiences as ordinary or spiritual, they are fabricated by electrical impulses in the brain (read more about that here). The idea of you being someone inside a body is also manufactured by the brain, and so is your consciousness. Like a magician, the brain wants you to feel so entertained by its show that you do not see it is made from nothing, including what you believe in being.

»When you dig into molecules, and the states of ion channels, enzymes, transcription programs, cells, synapses, and whole networks of neurons, you come to realise that there is no one place in the brain where memories are stored,« says Kukushkin. »This is because of a property called plasticity, the feature of neurons that memorize. The memory is the system itself.« From an article in Wired.

THE AFTERIMAGE
Everything you think and do was set in motion millions of years ago. It could be predicted then because, in non-linear time, the entire story of the universe starts and ends at the same momentHowever, even though the universe has ended, you hang onto the remaining data or fragments from an afterimage of it. Actually, what you believe in being is nothing but disintegrated pieces of honeycombed memories. To make sense of these fractured bits, you try to fill the gaps with concepts of love, god and other lofty theories.

You cannot do anything wrong when perceiving everything as a symbol of oneness because doing something wrong is also a symbol of it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In other words, everything experienced is make-believe, which is why you cannot know reality, find the truth or realise what is you. But you can discover what you are not by perceiving your appearance as a symbol of that which is real. That frees you to enjoy spiritual experiences of inner peace and the excitement of football as a symbol of reality, which is oneness since it is formless, thus endless. No special steps or philosophy are required because whatever you do is a symbol of reality.

»After a short, productive explosion of early activity, the universe has begun its long mope towards oblivion. To the extent that anything was ever important, it won’t be. Time, space, energy, matter – all gone … That’s right: Everything you know and love, the entire universe of possible things, will be gone.« from the article The End of the Universe published in Wired.

Trying to collect bits and pieces from n after image of a universe, that is no more.

Trying to collect bits and pieces from an afterimage of a dream about a world where there seems to be more than one. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

APPENDIX ABOUT HANGING ONTO AFTER IMAGES
Hanging onto after images is like hanging onto selected memories of a dead spouse via an app that has collected everything your beloved has said on social media. From this, you can use your favourite parts in an internal dialogue with your spouse, responding as you want.

And maybe the app can use fragments from telephone conversations added together, so your spouse speaks about something recent from Wikipedia. Thus you have a chat that does not seem dated and feels like a real conversation with a live person – though that person has no mouth and is nothing but data collected from the internet.

The spouse may even be reconstructed as a robot implemented with artificial intelligence, texture-mapped with skin constructed similar to the best-looking photos from the past. Hence you can relive your finest memories of being together – naybe spiced up with kinky sex based on pornographic videos from the internet. Should you suspect something is wrong, you continue because, even if it is not real, it feels better than reality.


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  • An episode of Black Mirror called Be Right Back inspired the box about after images. And the concept of ‘hanging onto some remaining data or fragments’ is inspired by the movie Source Code. The scientific info about the brain Alexius has found here and there, so the article is the usual mismatch the brain likes to combine to make an illusion that feels amusing. But the experience of this specific illusion can be beneficial in seeing that all experiences, whether they appear mundane or spiritual, are make-believe.
  • This article is part of hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of oneness.

What is unreal is right in front of you

Updated November 26, 2022

A world of duality can be compared to what comes out of the box in the Augmented Hand Series. When you stick your hand into it, an app changes the hand on the screen, and the brain fools you into feeling it happens to you.

DUALITY IS A SIMULATION:
Even though a fairy tale has many elements that symbolise something from the physical world, there is nothing material in the story. Everything is a simulation conceived by a writer. where the characters are bound to the script, which they can never leave because it is not real

A world of duality can be compared to a fairy tale. It is not real and never will be, whether you believe in living in the now, coming from the heart or whatnot. The Augmented Hand Series called Flong by Golan Levin and Collaborators illustrates this through interactive art.

In the Augmented Hand Series you can watch your hand take on a life of its own. Here your fingers grow to varying lengths.

In the Augmented Hand Series, you can watch your hand take on a life of its own. Here your fingers grow to varying lengths.

When you stick your hand in a small box –  the first animation – you see the hand moving on a screen beyond your control. Instead, it is controlled by a preprogrammed app to change the length of your fingers.

The small box and the screen on top create a disconnect between what the eye sees, the body feels and the brain processes. Some even look into the box to check if what they see on the screen happens to their hand because, even though the hand on the screen is not part of them, the brain tells them it is.

It is impossible, but yet you feel it is happening.

These movements are not possible. Yet you feel it is happening to your hand – like you feel duality is happening, although it is impossible because non-duality is formless, thus endless, so there is nothing that requires more than one.

Likewise, in a world of duality, nothing happens in it. But it feels so because you, metaphorically speaking, have put non-duality in a small box, where an app called the brain twists it into a world of duality. However, since it is an illusion, it is only the belief that it is real you need to undo, for example, by interpreting every experience of duality as a symbol of non-duality. That cancels out differences, thus separation, wherefore there is no duality to distract you from non-duality.

THERE IS NO SELF:
Believing in being an individual in charge of their life can be compared to a machine that thinks it has a self, deciding what to do. However, a machine has no ‘I’, self, or soul. It is all mechanics, and even though the device may have been built with AI (artificial intelligence), all the thought combinations it seems to make are preprogrammed associations. Nobody has made them and sees what the machine concludes from them.

If you are visual-minded, you may have an Aha! moment seeing the below screen dumps from an article in Wired. They illustrate how a machine with AI ‘sees’ the world. It simply registers data or frequencies per its program. The captions are not from that article but from Alexius.

The machine has been programmed to perceive this point of frequency as cute, so it searches its database for an image to illustrate this.

The machine translates this point of frequency as eyes and concludes it sees something cute it has been fabricated based on info about that from its database.

Founded on past decisions, the machine reckons the cute image is a dog.

But it also seems to see a female. Thus it has to search its database to know if it is the female or the dog that is cute so that the appropriate feeling can be fabricated.


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Seeing symbols of non-duality in a world of duality

Updated November 28, 2022

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When experiences are not perceived as personal but as symbols of life’s formlessness, they do not establish us as separate beings. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In 2010 Alexius was stuck in a rainforest for two days without food and water. He had followed a dried-out river down the mountain towards the sea, but the closer he came to the sea, the more impenetrable the rainforest became. So at the end of the first day, Alexius gave up digging through the thorny lianas.

He started hallucinating the second day and prepared himself to die of cold and/or dehydration the coming night. But everything was so beautiful that it did not seem important to continue as a separate being. Besides, Alexius’ had no more mundane longings. They had all been fulfilled. Finally, however, at the end of the second day, he was rescued by a helicopter.

Before the helicopter arrived, it was like the personal self of Alexius died per its script and was replaced by an impersonal one, having only one goal: giving back everything received to remain impersonal, thus a medium for the empty breath. Read about being a vessel for the empty breath in hack #5.2 The empty breath and the bliss of not believing to be someone.

However, since giving back everything is beyond the brain, Alexius got no relevant input from it about that. The brain suggested he should do something great for humanity. But Alexius sensed it was not about doing but perceiving. Therefore, he concluded that since life is formless, a world defined by time and space is lifeless, hence a fantasy. But since there is no illusion without reality, every part of the fantasy symbolises reality, namely life, because it is formless, thus endless.

Therefore, when a world defined by time and space is perceived as a symbol of life, our experience of it is returned to the formlessness of life. Hence our experiences do not seem to have an effect or establish us as definitive. Read more about Alexius in the rainforest here.

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The idea of giving symbols of life back to life’s formlessness only works within a world defined by time and space. Therefore, like anything else in such a world, they must be given up at some point. ‘To give up’ must also go because it is only in a substantial world there is something to give up.

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That you see a waitress here is not real. It is a simulation – a symbol of her and the beach café, where she works.

Seeing this photo is a fantasy because it takes more than one to do that and there is no more than that which is One. However,  therefore since it is only because of oneness you can fantasise about more than one, the fantasy is a positive confirmation of that which is One. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since oneness is formless, thus endless, a world where there seems to be more than one is an illusion. However, have chosen to believe it is real, you better give it your best shot to appear as someone there because by doing so, you acknowledge your choice. Hence you can decide to have it undone, for example, by perceiving every experience of a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One.

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Oneness does not know that you believe to be in a world where there seems to be more than one because there is no more than that which is one. Fortunately, you can undo your belief by not insisting on being linked with everything but that which makes it possible to believe there is more than that which is One. Hence, since your fantasy of more than one becomes a symbol of oneness, every part of a world where there seems to be more than one reminds you that there is no more than that which is One.

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A computer is not part of the world you see on its screen but the reason you see it. Therefore, the virtual world is a symbol of the computer. Likewise, everything in a world where there seems to be more than one is a symbol of that which is One.

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Symbols have nothing to do with what they symbolise. So acknowledging everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One will not make you realise oneness. Besides, it takes more than one to recognise something, so you can only be aware of something that is not one.

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No reason to control, stop or deny the thoughts popping up. Since they can only be experienced because of oneness, they confirm that which is one, whereas their refusal is a rejection of oneness.

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You cannot perceive something as a symbol of that which is One if you suppress what it makes you feel. In other words, seeing a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One is not a way to deny unpleasant feelings. Nor do you need to do that because when you perceive unpleasantness as a symbol of oneness, it feels just as marvellous as pleasantness.

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There is no food in the menu card on the table, but there are symbols of it – and so the card is pointing towards food in the same way, as my non teachings are pointing towards life. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

There is no food in the menu card. Yet there are symbols of it. Thus the card points toward food in the same way as Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings point toward oneness – or rather, that there is no oneness in a world where there seems to be more than one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

When everything experienced is perceived as a symbol of that which cannot be recognised, namely that which is One, there is no need to understand anything.

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Good health is great to have while appearing as someone. But bad health is also great because both good and bad are symbols of that, making it possible to experience being someone.

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Listening to music, you probably go for the beats if you want to dance and the flute if you wish to feel relaxed. But if you are into what makes it possible to hear it, both ways produce the same mood because they are listened to as a symbol of that which is One.

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Appearing in a world defined by time and space is comparable to a game where your role is to be someone definitive, somewhere specific. That continues until you do not use thoughts and feelings to establish you as someone definitive but instead as symbols of that which makes it possible to play the game, namely the formlessness of oneness. Hereafter, you are not seen as someone definitive. Thus you are free.

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Do you see two faces or a vase in this image? The answer seems important within the reality of a world defined by time and space because, without definitions, it does not appear to exist. Actually, it does not matter because your electronic media neither has room for faces nor a vase. The image is an illusion symbolising something that is not there. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Remodelling is the very reason you seem to experience a world of duality. It is the foundation of duality because it is a twisted image of non-duality. But the original modification of non-duality into a world of duality has its faults, so more adjustments are needed. For example, when you are born, the world you see is upside down, and if it were not because you constantly correct this image into the way you have learned the world should look, you would still experience it as upside down. You can read about this, and other corrections here.

But in this article, we just point out that you are used to editing your experiences. Hence nothing but yourself stops you from correcting your experience of a world of duality into symbols of non-duality. The way to change that is to acknowledge you feel alienated because you have chosen to believe in duality. By doing that, you automatically make a choice that makes you feel integrated: to perceive duality as a symbol of non-duality.

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The smartphone is a symbol of being connected and have access to everthing.

What you can access from your smartphone is not in it nor real. The phone is a symbol of being connected and having access to everything. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In the world where we appear to be, somebody has invented a smartphone where the things and services you can access via it are not in it – like the substantial world we access via experiences made by the brain is not in it. But unlike a smartphone, nobody knows who has created the brain from which we access experiences of being tangible beings in a substantial world. The reason is simple. The brain has never been developed because reality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to create something.

Consequently, the experience of being someone is an illusion. No worries. There is no illusion without reality. So if you perceive your experiences as symbols of reality, which is oneness since it is formless, thus endless, you can have fun appearing as a tangible person in a substantial world.

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Reality is the reason that an illusion can be perceived as real.

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You cannot remember oneness because it takes more than one to be aware of something. But while you believe to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, you can remember it is impossible, for example, by perceiving everything as a symbol of that which makes it possible to experience them, namely that which is One.

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Where is the formlessness of oneness? Everywhere because formlessness is without beginning and end. But while you believe the experience of a world defined by time and space is real, your belief seems to hide that. However, your belief is quietly undone when it is seen as a symbol of that which makes it possible to believe in something definable, namely the formlessness of oneness.

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A body used to make you appear as if you live in it fights the end. But not if it is used to symbolise the formlessness of oneness because what it symbolises goes on forever. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

You do not have to believe in non-duality because it is the reality. But you have to believe in duality. That is the only way to make something unreal, like Santa Claus, appear alive.

As long as Santa Claus delivers as promised, you are willing to believe he exists. But you dismiss him as a fantasy if he does not provide anything. Likewise, when you realise a world of duality does not make you feel fulfilled.

However, although you have realised you do not get what you expect, you probably assume it is your fault and that if you look hard and long, you will get it. However, a world of duality can never give you something fulfiling because it is a fantasy, and there is nothing to achieve in an illusion.

For the same reason, there is nothing to leave but the belief that you exist in a world of duality. One way to undo this belief is to perceive duality as a symbol of non-duality. The more you do that, the less the differences making up duality seem to make a difference. Thus, eventually, separation does not appear to hide that there never was or will be anything but non-duality.

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The appearances in a dream are often experienced as physical, although the dream consists of nothing. Likewise, it may appear as if life is in a world where there seems to be more than one, even though it is nothing but empty space.

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When you do not try to escape the world’s emptiness by filling it with something that seems to make you fulfilled, the void you experience reveals you are not in a world where there seems to be more than one – like you are not in the story these words seem to produce. And there is not anything between them that combines them as something real.

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This pic is manipulated. It is fragments of three pics added together. The dolphin is a separate pic, my son another and the background a third one. It was possible to do this fabrication, because of the power I have as a person in the world. You can say, that the pic symbolizes this power of mine, which again is a symbol of the life, that makes it possible for me to appear, as if I have any power.

This image is compiled of fragments from three different pictures. The dolphin is from one photo, the person from another and the background from a third one. It was possible to fabricate this illusion because of Alexius’s ability to manipulate the pixels that make up a photo. Hence the image symbolises his power, which again symbolises that which makes it possible for him to appear as if he has any power, namely that which is life. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since it requires more than one to get something, you cannot get anything in oneness. Therefore, you start to wonder if oneness is all there is. Next, you look outside to see if there could be more than one. However, looking outside is an illusion because oneness is endless. Nevertheless, you insist on seeing a world outside of it, where there is more than one.

But just like a dreamer remains what and where it is while dreaming about moving around with others in different places, that which is you remain the formlessness of oneness when appearing to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one.

However, even within a world where there seems to be more than one, it is a well-known secret that it is an illusion. According to scientific research, it is nothing but empty space. Hence what you see and feel as tangible is make-believe. Fortunately, perceiving everything in this fiction as a symbol of what makes it possible to experience a made-up world, namely the formlessness of oneness, all its definite appearances, eventually becomes indefinite. Thus there is no separation to support the belief that there is more than that which is one.


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

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

Updated November 15, 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 the photo are experienced to be real, all experiences are fabricated by the brain. Thus the image you see is made by your brain’s version of Alexius’s picture. 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 in seeing 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. In that case it is 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 translates it.

In other words, the dimensional world we experience seeing in a movie is generated from frequencies of light or digital info by the brain. At least, that is what it claims. But it is just another one of the stories it makes up to make you believe you are real. Read more about the brain setup in Where to find the bliss of the empty breath.

When you see and/or feel 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 – nor are the frequencies of light – or pure info if you prefer the digital version in the above explanation. It is empty space in which the brain claims to see something, so it, like a magician, can twist nothing into something to entertain the self, also created from nothing, with 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.

The frequencies the brain base its story about a tangible world upon, are imagined. Nothing seen is real, as it takes more than one to be aware of 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 impossible. The dream is insubstantial, and you are substantial. Likewise, that which is you is not in a material world. However, metaphorically, 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 improve it. 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 by it, 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 per 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.

You use empty space as a zero fill and imagine someone you pretend to be in it. For example, Alexius pretends to be a non-teacher and a non-student. But he has pretended many other things. Here you can see some of the personalities Alexius has pretended to be.

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.

If you want to speed it up the undoing of the belief in being someone substantial, you can connect with the empty breath. It automatically syncs the world of the inner and outward-facing senses (see The empty breath syncs the inward and outward-facing senses) so that the abstractness of the inward-facing senses becomes the basis for perceiving the solidness of the outward-facing senses. Hence you seem less substantial.


*) 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.

Far from Home

Updated November 23, 2022

This is a pic from the late evening on the island, where I stay nowadays. It would be plain stupid to wear a warm sweater, as I would do in my native country in the evening. Everything differs from the memory of life, that I have from my home.

This is an image from a late evening on the island, where Alexius stays for part of the year. Everything there differs from his life in his native country, where he definitely would have to wear a warm sweater on an evening this time of the year. However, it would be plain stupid to do that on an evening like in the picture. This illustrates that when you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, you forget about oneness, so you can play the game of more than one. One way to do that is to pretend to be in a world where there seems to be more than one. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PRETENDING TO BE SOMEONE IS ENTERTAINING:
Alexius’ native country is Denmark, but nowadays, he also spends time on a Spanish island close to Africa. So when he is there, he has to forget about the minimalistic ways of Denmark and instead convert to the more maximalistic way of Spain. He also has to adapt to a new language, change to a new currency and many other things. Even though he seems to be good at it and having fun doing it, deep inside, he is still Danish and feels like he is far from home when spending time on the Spanish island.

This is not to say that one place is better than the other. The above is a metaphor to illustrate that if you are reading this, you are not in a spiritual but a physical world, thus, the currency of spirituality is useless. You need tangible food, clothes and friends to survive in a material world.

You can, of course, choose not to do that and return to the formlessness of spirituality. But as long as you appear to be someone in a world defined by time and space, by all means, go for it. There is nothing to lose. That which is you is still the formlessness of spirituality and will always be, even though it seems to be a substantial being far from home in the physical world for some time.

When the apparent difference between what you like and dislike does not make a difference, the belief in being someone definitive is being undone.

Besides, you do not need to return home. You have never left it. That is impossible because oneness is formless, thus endless, so there is no more than that which is One. Hence it is only the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One you need to undo.

Metaphorically, it is as if you, from oneness, stream a fictional video of more than one in which you pretend to be someone that is felt real due to artificial sensors. See, A world where there seems to be more than one is to be compared to a movie of oneness played in slow motion.


If what and where you experiece to be is something you pretend, each moment is entertaining. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not fulfil your dreams. On the contrary. All dreams must be called. This happens automatically if you pretend to be someone because then there is noone to dream about a better future.

When the fictional video is finished, you play it repeatedly until you are pleased with what you pretend to be. Then, you forget all about streaming and that there ever was a video. And there never was because the video and the world of duality it seems to reflect is make-believe.

Playing the video repeatedly, hoping it gets better, is as harmless as believing Santa Claus will bring you a present. So there is no reason not to enjoy the excitement while it lasts. Especially when you start to grasp that it is a deception.

That sets you free to enjoy it as a magic show in which you respond with love and compassion, cry in desperation or whatever instinctively pops up at the moment, just like you instinctively react to a ball coming to you by returning it.

To conclude: As long as you appear to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, give it your best shot. If you skip doing something, you may want to keep playing the game until you get it right. It is over when everything seems enjoyable in a world where there seems to be more than one when everything is enjoyable.

You cannot prove a world where there seems to be more than one is unreal because nothing unreal can be by that which is real, namely that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

In Spain – like in any other country – you spend a long time learning the rules of interacting, so that you can pretend to be a person there and therefore be acknowledge to be real. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In Spain – like in any other country – you spend a long time learning the rules of communication to know how to act as a Spanish and therefore be acknowledged by others as somebody instead of nobody. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PRETENDING TO BE SOMEONE IS FREEDOM:
It takes time to learn to pretend to be a specific person. For example, when Alexius was a child, he spent years learning how to pretend to be a Danish person in a cold climate. Nowadays, he is learning how to pretend to be a Spanish person in a warm environment when spends time there.

Thus Alexius is learning how to pretend to be a person who speaks loud, shouts at waiters, enjoys having breakfast in a bar around 11 AM, thinks 8 PM is too early for dinner and does not say ‘thank you.’ He is also learning to pretend to be someone who greets a woman by kissing her on both cheeks. Besides, he tries to learn not to be politically correct but says nigger and mixes things in non-established ways.

These things seem to define a Spanish person in the public room – at least as seen from the perspective of someone formerly conditioned to only be Danish.

Suffice to say, every country defines how to be someone in their part of the world. And if you want to be acknowledged as somebody there, you must pretend to be someone who lives by the local rules.

This also applies to smaller groups of people – even a love relationship, where the amount of love you seem to get depends on how good you are in pretending to be and have what the other one needs.

It is impossible for that which is you to feel happy or sad because it takes more than one to feel something and that which is you is not different from that which is One. However, imagining to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, it it seems possible to feel happy and sad.

Fortunately, the apparent difference between these or any other contrasting feelings does not make a difference, when tyou pretend to feel them. Thus they do not appear to to establish a world where there seems to be more than one as real.

Pretending to be someone definitive instead of believing it does not mean everything will work out how you expect. But it means that when something does not work out as planned and a feeling of sadness pops by, it feels OK because it is something you pretend to feel. That which is you is not sad. Neither anything else, because it is no different from that which is One, and it takes more than one to be aware of something.


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

Pretending is a way to reality

Updated November 23, 2022

Pretending to be a special place in the world of music.

They pretend to be together in a world of music. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Anything you believe in being is an illusion because it takes more than one to be anything, and there is no more than that which is one since it is formless, thus endless. Hence appearing to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one is a fantasy. However, nobody is making it. Like within the context of a world where there seems to be more than one, nobody is making the dreams you seem to have. And nobody, including you, is in those dreams, even though they appear to be in you.

Should you believe you are someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one, you can undo this belief by pretending to be there because where you pretend to be, you are not. But unconsciously, everybody is already doing it.

SAMPLES OF UNCONSCIOUSLY PRETENDING TO BE SOMEONE DEFINITIVE
When you look for a new home, you may imagine what kind of people used to live in the places you see and what type of person you would be if you lived there.

At work, you may pretend to be someone who fits into the environment socially and/or professionally. But when not at work, you probably pretend to be your own. And going to the disco, you most likely appear as a party-goer.

If your kids are worried, you pretend everything is fine, and if they are naughty, you pretend something terrible will happen.

Being attracted by the look or the vibe of someone, you pretend the other one has exactly the personality that matches yours or that you are soulmates.

Making a pass on someone, you adjust your behaviour per what you believe will turn the other on so you can pretend to be the person the other wants.

Perhaps you imagine, while you read this, what kind of person you should pretend to be if you use Alexius’ Duality Hacks or if you reject them.

Since pretending to be someone is something everybody already does but have forgot, hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation is about being aware of it.

As a musician, you quickly learn how to pretend what is needed to remain successful. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

A SAMPLE OF CONSCIOUSLY PRETENDING …
… that you probably already know from the experience of being someone in a world where there seems to be more than one. You have sex with your spouse, but only your body is there. You fantasise about somebody else while you pretend to be with your spouse.

KNOWING A WORLD WHERE THERE SEEMS TO BE MORE THAN ONE IS MAKE-BELIEVE, YOU HAVE FUN PRETENDING TO BE THERE
You might be aware that you pretend to be someone you are not in the above encounters. However, you are probably unaware that, like in a role play, you constantly pretend to be what you are not. Should you be aware of it, you know what and where you appear to be is fictional. Thus you feel entertained by pretending to be someone in the fantasy of a world where there seems to be more than one.

In other words, when you know the world is virtual, you are aware that the energetic people in an advertisement, the glamourous rockstar on the stage, or the beautiful people on social media is pretence. Thus, you do not look for authenticity but entertainment from pretending to be what you are not. And since you already know how to pretend to be a person in a make-believe world – think about when you are on a dating site or social media, playing a game or an air guitar – this is easy.

PRETENDING IS NEITHER BAD NOR GOOD
You may think pretending is bad and that you better stop acting and find your real self to express that.

First of all: That which is you has nothing to express. It is formless, so there is nothing else, thus no one to communicate with. Secondly: The formlessness of that which is you cannot be found in a world defined by time and space. Nothing can be found in such a world but illusions, as there is no more than the formlessness of that which is you.

Pretending is neither bad nor good. It is just a tool. You cannot be in the illusionary world of a video game, a movie, a book or a dream, but you can pretend to be there. But whether you believe or pretend to be in the world of a book, it takes the same course – likewise, in a world where there seems to be more than one. The difference between believing and pretending is that you feel entertained regardless of the outcome in the latter case.

PRETENDING TO BE WHAT AND WHERE YOU ARE IS ENTERTAINING
It requires much control to uphold the belief that you are someone in a world where there seems to be more than one. If you are fed up with that, you pretend to be someone, which is fun because it requires no self-restraint. Besides, what you pretend to be, you are not. So the more you pretend to be someone, the less there is someone to hide, there never was or will be more than that which is One.


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

Pretending to be someone definitive is such a relief

Updated November 21, 2022

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On vacation in a foreign country, you appear different because you pretend to be a tourist exploring another world. Likewise, what you seem to be in a world defined by time and space is not that which is you but something you pretend to be. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When an electric bulb breaks down, it cannot use the electricity coming from the power station to illuminate a world outside itself. It feels like death if the bulb is identified with its function to light up something. However, nothing is dead if the bulb does not believe but pretends to light up something. Because it is not what it pretends to be but what it always was and will be and made it possible momentarily to pretend to be something else. Read more about electricity as a metaphor for life here.

Likewise, you do not last if believing to be someone definitive in a world defined by time and space because there everything has an end. On the other hand, if you pretend to be there, it is only what you pretend to be that ends, like in roleplay.

However, before your role is over, you must be familiar with pretending to be someone in a world defined by time and space. Otherwise, you will try to hang onto what you believe in being when you feel it is about to end.

So, in the context of the above metaphor, when a bulb cannot illuminate something anymore, it is forever dead if it is identified with making light. But if it has acknowledged that it is not what it can do but what makes it possible to do it, nothing real ends when the bulb finishes pretending to be an entity lighting up something because electricity remains.

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Although electricity makes it possible to experience this article on electronic media, it is not in the article. Likewise, there is no life in a world defined by time and space, although life makes it possible to experience it.

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Whether you perceive yourself as mundane or spiritual, you cannot return to the formlessness of life because it has no room for something specific. But if you pretend to be ordinary or spiritual, you do not need to return to the formlessness of life because what you pretend to be, you are not.

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Now you as an entity defined by time and space falls apart.

When the body stops functioning, you fall apart as someone definitive. If you do not fight it, what you believe in being is exposed as nothing. Thus there does not appear to be something hiding, there never was or will be anything but the formlessness of that which is you. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

What you appear to think, feel, and act when you believe to be someone definitive in a world defined by time and space is the same when you pretend to be there, except politically incorrect feelings are not avoided. This is because when you pretend to feel something, the apparent difference between good and bad is not perceived to make a difference.

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When you do not believe in being someone in a world defined by time and space, it is seen as a comedy in which you have fun pretending to be someone.

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All that you can find in a world defined by time and space is what you are not, namely, something definitive. You discover this when you pretend to be there.

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Like the recording on a protected compact disc cannot be extended, oneness cannot be expanded into more than one. Not because oneness is protected but because it is formless, thus endless, so there is no more than that which is One.

That is why you deceive yourself when you believe to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one. Fortunately, your mistake is easily corrected if you pretend to be there because you are not where you pretend to be,

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Scientists have not discovered the origin of the world because there is none. It does not exist. That is why they cannot find dark matter, which they claim is the missing link in proving the world’s existence. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Nobody in a video game can touch you, regardless of how good the graphics are. So if you feel affected by a game, it happens inside yourself. Forgetting this, the fastest way to return to reality is to turn off the game. But what is perceived as real is as virtual as a video game. The experience of being someone at all is make-believe. However, it might be scary to turn off that belief. No worries, you can do it while you enjoy it by pretending to be someone because you are not what you pretend to be.

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Interaction is the name of the game if a virtual world is to appear authentic. But communication is founded on what you imagine others think. Hence you interact with a fantasy made by you, and since what you believe in being is based on this, you are a fantasy as well. In other words, what you appear to be is make-believe.

You stopped believing in the magic of Santa Claus when you grew up, but still think you are someone in a world defined by time and space, although it does not make you feel fabulous. Fortunately, pretending to be someone there instead of believing it feels as wondrous as when you get presents from Santa.

Having fun pretending to be what you are not, there is no need to be confirmed by others as genuine. Thus you can enjoy all the amazing illusions of a world defined by time and space.

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The belief that you are someone definitive who experiences something specific seems to hide that there is nothing but the formlessness of oneness. However, this belief corrects itself the more you pretend to be someone definitive because that confirms you are nobody.

Fortunately, this is already so. What you appear to be is empty space. That is why nothing about your appearance in a world defined by time and space needs to be changed or transformed. On the contrary, changes enhance the belief that you are someone definitive.

Thus undoing this belief is not about opening up or surrendering to a higher power but being nobody, which you already are, and you confirm by pretending to be somebody because what you pretend to be, you are not.

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What´s casting a shadow is not in the shadow.

That which is casting a shadow is not in the shadow. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Metaphorically, the universe is a shadow of oneness. But since there is no life in a shadow, the only way to appear to be there is to pretend it. So if you feel bad about something, remember that where you appear to be is a shadow. Hence what you feel does not mean anything because there is nothing in a shadow.

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As said above, the world can be seen as a shadow of reality. But since a shadow cannot give you anything, what you believe in getting from the world is imagined. So why not accept that and have fun being what you are not, namely someone in a shadow world? You have nothing to lose because it is make-believe.

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In a virtual world, you cannot realise the real. But you can realise being there is unreal, thus being a pretence.

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When you revolt against your parents, the perception of yourself is founded on how you see them. Therefore, since you become an anti-version of them, you and your parents are two sides of the same coin. The same applies to being detached from the world. It is based on what you think you are neutral about.

Likewise, you are still part of the world when you try to escape its ways. But if you pretend to be there, you are not part of it because where you pretend to be, you are not. Just like, within the context of such a world, you are not someone in a computer game. It is something you pretend.

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To be chased is fun when it is something you pretend to be. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

It is fun being chased when it is something you pretend. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When you pretend to be rejected, you may react the same way as someone who perceives it as real. However, it is something you impersonate.

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»When I was little, I thought the moon was following me when I was in the car.« From teenager Post #11156 (from the internet):

As a grown-up, we know such an experience is incorrect, so we automatically correct that and similar ones, like a street, getting narrower at the end or the world looking flat. If we have not become accustomed to correcting these deceptive experiences, we cannot navigate a world defined by time and space.

But in the above teenage post, another experience needs to be corrected. There is no ‘I’ which sees something. It is an experience constructed by the brain to make you feel that what you believe in being is real. Fortunately, this is corrected when you pretend to be someone.

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Pretending to be a child when you are grown up is much more fun than believing to be one.

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You can have as many friends as you want because having them or not is something you pretend.

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Should your diet not go as planned, and you feel sad and frustrated, you can solve it by pretending to be someone with a problem. Since what you pretend to be, you are not, nobody is worried.

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Pretending to be a person, who serves others can be fun.

Pretending to be someone definitive who serves others in a restaurant can be fun. When it is over, you are free to go home and pretend to be lazy. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Not believing but pretending to be someone, your conditioned behaviour for how to react falls apart. Thus you are free to enjoy the moment as it is instead of compulsively shaping it per your belief.

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If there are specific characteristics of others you dislike, you can remind yourself that it is something you pretend. Should you feel it is wrong to complain, you also remind yourself it is a pretence. Hence it does not feel bad but good to judge others.

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When you meet someone you are attracted to, it is common to analyse the perceived external interaction, so you can build a personality the other person will love. But since you fear the other one will see through this masquerade and recognise you are not loveable, you built something into your new character that you reckon the other one cannot live without. Hence you both become dependent on each other because you appear outstanding and the other needs something unique from you.

Fortunately, this self-made prison is easily escaped. All you need is to acknowledge that your new personality is pretence.

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Often what you pretend to be, depends on what you imagine others expect and what is in it for you.

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As long as you do not try to conceal specific feelings to preserve your appearance as someone definitive, no feelings seem to have the power to hide, it is fun pretending to be someone specific because what you pretend to be, you are not.

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If you are black-haired, you cannot choose to be blond. But you can pretend it, thus feeling light-haired.

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You can compare linear time to the square pixels that makes up one dot on a computer screen being separated from each other and extended into a lines forming a spiral.

You can compare linear time to the square pixels that make up one round dot on a computer screen. When the square pixels are separated from each other and extended into a line forming a spiral, it seems the round dot is no longer one perpetual present but a line of time. Fortunately, separating the square pixels making up the round dot is impossible because there is no separation in one perpetual present. Thus it is not a matter of returning to oneness but stopping imagining something in the past, now and future. In other words, without the belief in linear time, nothing seems to hide one perpetual present. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

That which is One can be compared to a dot on a computer screen, where there is nothing but that. It consists of innumerable amounts of square pixels so tightly together that they cannot be differentiated from each other. Thus they look like one point.

But if you extend this point by spreading out its small pixels in a continuous line, they can be differentiated from each other, thus perceived as separated appearances in space. The experience of time you get by making the line curved, like a spiral, so that from any point, it looks like there is an unknown future behind the next curve and a forgotten past behind the last one. Read more about that in Non-duality is non-dimensional.

But since there is no separation in oneness, extending it into a world where there seems to be more than one and space is impossible. However, when you believe in separation, it seems to take time to discover it is a fantasy that covers oneness. Fortunately, you can speed up this discovery by pretending to be separated because what you pretend is not real. In this way, the belief in being apart is undone while having fun appearing to be it.

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Being someone definitive is like Karaoke. You imagine you become someone specifically by replicating well-established concepts of imagined emotions through a song. Likewise, being a mother, father or anything else is also based on copying collectively agreed-on ideas of how to be. Therefore, since all appearances are pretence, and what you pretend to be, you are not, what and where you appear to be is a fantasy.

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When you have nothing to live up to, you are free to pretend to be someone who lives up to the expectations of the world.

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You cannot pretend to be that which is One because it is formless. But you can pretend to be someone definitive. Hence you are nothing because what you pretend to be, you are not. Consequently, something specific does not appear to hide the formlessness of oneness.


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

The YOU finger and the three ME fingers

Updated December 4, 2022

Please judge me. Point your finger at me, so you can forgive yourself for what you have judged yourself to be by following your three fingers back to yourself.

The three ME fingers point back to you when the YOU finger points to somebody as wrong. So, therefore, following the three ME fingers, you see what your judgment hides in you. For example, maybe you have always done the right thing but sometimes secretly wanted not to give a shit. But since you consider that incorrect and want to be correct, you disassociate yourself from this desire by condemning somebody else for being wrong. On the other hand, if you follow the three ME fingers back to yourself, you get in touch with the suppressed rebel in you, thus feeling relieved because now you do not have to hide your wildness. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

When you point the YOU finger towards somebody, the three ME fingers point towards yourself to reveal what you blame others for, you deny in yourself.

For example, you point the YOU finger at your boss and either silently or loudly state he is a ruthless dictator. But simultaneously, the three ME fingers point back to you to expose the feeling authority figures triggers in you. It could be feeling worthless that you hide from yourself by accusing your boss of messing around with you, thus taking away your self-respect.

To keep up your specific appearance, you always look for others opinions. Yet you do not know, what they think. It is something you assume. In other words, it is nobody but yourself you are up against.

If you always control yourself to do the right thing, you may feel dominated by society. However, you suppress yourself. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

This feeling of inferiority may have started in your childhood. Perhaps you always had to do things in a specific way to adjust to your parent. Thus pleasing others by doing the right thing became a pattern in your life. So though you manipulate yourself to make your boss happy, it feels like the boss manipulates you to take away your space.

That is not to say that you must visit unresolved issues from the past to free yourself from the pattern you once initiated. It repeats itself constantly, so you have many instances of blaming others for feeling inadequate, thus seeing it in them so you can bring it back in yourself instead of hiding it behind an appearance of perfection. Be aware that solving the problem is not about analysing or embracing it, nor speaking it out loud. On the contrary, that is a mental activity, so it tends to distance yourself further from feeling what you hide. Instead, you be whatever you feel when you perceive others to have taken your space. That is all.

If you want to see, what prevents you from enjoying the moment as it is, keep blaming somebody else for your present state of mind. By doing that, you see what you try to escape in the present moment.

Since this leaves nothing to define your being, nobody feels inferior anymore, thus not needing to perceive others as superior. Hence you and others are set free, and you need not spend a lifetime of meditation or therapy to find hidden problems. It takes less than a minute to see them outside of you. Just point the YOU finger at somebody and blame them for what you feel. Next, follow the three ME fingers to expose what this trigger in you. Then, be that feeling and nothing else. Therefore, since there is nothing to define it, it fades out, and you are free from past conditioning, and others are free from your judgment.

Feel free to point your judging finger at Alexius and follow the three fingers pointing back to you, so you feel what your accusation triggers in you. Feeling that, and nothing else, there is not something to define the problem. Thus you have set yourself and Alexius free. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Feel free to condemn Alexius for typos and whatnåt, so you can see what his perceived mistakes trigger in you. No worries if it is not revealed. By pointing the YOU finger at somebody and following the three ME fingers, you include what you have excluded from yourself. This inclusion is like using an eraser because the included is not stored in the memory as something specific. Hence you will not remember what you have included. Read more about that in hack #3.1 Inclusiveness sets you free from duality. However, you probably notice that you are not so tense. And the next time you encounter a scenario that used to upset you, you laugh and wonder why you have ever insisted something was wrong.

When you do not continually project onto others what you are ashamed of in yourself, you are free to be together as you are.

The point of reference in the above was feeling upset. But everything said in this regard also applies to feeling good. For example, by pointing the YOU finger at someone, saying: »You make me happy,« you can see the happiness you have forgotten in yourself. So following the three ME fingers back to you, you can include your happiness instead of excluding it by projecting it onto somebody else. Thus you can be together with others without expecting them to make you happy.


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What time is it!?

Updated November 9, 2022

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What you think you see now is composed of many images, which, as rays of light, have travelled each their distance in time before they are picked up by your eyes and transferred to the brain, which compiles them into one image that you think you see now. For example, in this picture, the sun is about eight minutes older than the palm trees in the front of the image because it takes the light eight minutes to travel from the sun to the Earth. And everything between the palm trees and the sun is between a split second and eight minutes old. But the completed image is even older because it takes time for the brain to compile all the past ones into one image. In other words, the brain deceives you into believing your present experience happens now, while it happened in the past and maybe not at all because the brain may have replaced it with something it considers more entertaining. Read about the brain’s ways in hack #4.2 The brain’s and how to perceive it to feel happy. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

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If you look at the sun now, you see how it looked eight minutes ago because this is the time it takes for the light to travel from the sun to your eyes. Therefore, what you think you see now is the past.

Since the distance to the stars is enormous, it takes so long for their images to reach you that they may not be there anymore when you experience seeing them now. But something close to you also has travelled in time. Hence everything you believe in seeing now is a collection of past images projected into the future as one image.

However, since the brain excludes unimportant images to produce this collage in about a second, or maybe even use an old image that looks similar, what you believe to experience now is a compilation of images selected from the past by the brain. In other words, now is an illusion.

THERE IS NO PAST
Imagine the sun has consciousness or special equipment to see what happens on Earth. In that case, it will know how you looked eight minutes ago. Then imagine observing you from a star so distant from the Earth that what it sees now is your birth.

Science has recently found a point so far away in the universe, that they can almost watch its beginning as if it happens now.

And go on to imagine points further away in the universe from where the birth of your mother and grandmother is experienced by the universe now – also the birth of itself.

In the eyes of the universe, there is no past or future but one perpetual present. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

THERE IS NO FUTURE
When your mother’s birth is seen from a specific point in the universe, it appears as if there is a future for her, but from another location in the universe, her death is seen at the same moment as her birth.

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It is only from the limited perspective of the Earth that there seems to be a past, future, and now in between. But, seen from the universe’s perspective, there is no time. Everything co-occurs.

There is no before and after – and consequently no reincarnation. It is an idea made up to make the experience of being someone in a world of linear seems as if it is going to last.

A TV can illustrate this. For example, it may have one channel showing a sci-fi movie, another one a film from the past and yet another one a documentary. But due to limitations, you only watch one at a time, although all of them play simultaneously.

Linear time is a simulated reality layered on top of one perpetual present.

In linear time, it seems like an explosion from a black hole expanded into a world defined by time and space. In reality, though, it contracted the exact moment it expanded. Thus nothing is left but memories of the expansion. However, when they are replayed in linear time, it appears as if there still is a world defined by time and space. Read more about that here. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

THERE IS NO UNIVERSE
According to science, all the elements coming out of the big bang quickly organised themselves into a super pattern that would have stagnated if perfected. But due to a few gaps, it expanded into what became the universe. Read more about that here.

But everything that expands, for example, the breath, contacts when the expansion is over. Likewise, the universe. However, it already happened because all occur simultaneously. Hence the universe begins and ends at the same moment.

NOTHING TO HOPE FOR
The hope for a better future upholds the belief in a universe of linear time. Especially because hope always is accompanied by fear. First, for not getting what you hope for, and if you get it, you fear losing it. However, fear disappears if you hope for nothing because then there is not something to lose, thus nothing to fear, wherefore you are free.

Reality is that which is One and since it is formless, thus endless, a world defined by time and space is a hallucination.

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But since reality is oneness, and it takes more than one to be free, there is no freedom. But while you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, the relief you get from hoping for nothing sets you free from believing in more than one.

Instead, it is something you pretend. And what you pretend to be, you are not. So even though you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, you are not there. Read more about that in hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation. Thus there does not appear to be more than one hiding, there never was or will be anything but that which is One.


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