SX You cannot own anything, but you can have access to everything

What you can access from the smartphone is not in the phone. Nothing in the smartphone is real. Everything is symbols.

What you can access from the smartphone is not in the phone. Nothing in the smartphone is real. It is all symbols of something.

The reason the capitalistic system is the way it is in the world is very simple. So far it has been very important for a person to own something and preferably a lot. The same applies to the communistic way of living, even though it is about owning things together – at least officially speaking.

But you cannot own the enlightenment of that which is one*, neither individually or as a group. No matter how much you hug, hold hands, meditate together and whatnot, if you want to own the experience of something the enlightenment of that which is one will not bid you welcome.

There is nothing higher than that which is you. Neither something lower, because you are that which is one and as it is formless it is endless, so there is no more than that which is one.

The above about everybody wanting to own very much is a generalisation, and there are of course exceptions to that, but not many – otherwise the world would not be based on owning as much as possible for as little as possible on the expense of others.

The older generation think, that to buy and own is to commit. What a conditioning to think consumerism of materialistic things or so-called spiritual states of mind is commitment!

The biggest exception from wanting to own things or experiences is found in generation Y (born 1980 – 2000), who generally speaking do not care to own but to have access – especially via a smartphone.

Things and services you can access via a smartphone, are not in the phone just like the enlightenment of that which is one is not in the body. That is why the generations up until now, that are conditioned to own things, thoughts, feelings and experiences, are very far away from the enlightenment of that which is one. You cannot own that which is one, as it takes more than one to own something.

The transporter from Star Trek.

There is nothing to own. The world is an illusion. This is what the enlightenment of that which is one dispels in a split second. Enlightenment in itself is not the goal though. The goal is to undo the believe in being someone definitive, so there is not something that appears to hide that which is one. Enlightenment can in some ways be compared to the transporter beam in Star Trek, where a person is dematerialized and converted into energy, that is beamed to a target, where the person again is materialised. In enlightenment of that which is one, however, there is no target, and the person is not reconverted into matter. The thought it is constructed of are left at the edge of a black hole, so there is nobody to experience the formlessness of that which is one.

If you play a video game or watch a movie, you cannot own or change the characters there, because they – like every other appearance in a game or a movie – are constructed illusions made to appear in pre-made ways. You cannot be any of those appearances, but you can have access to anybody that you like and pretend to appear as that in a virtual world. Likewise, you cannot be in the world, where there appear to be more than one because you are that which is one. But you can have access to such a world and pretend to be someone definitive there, which can be quite fun, as long as you remember it is about access and not owning.

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

The smartphone is a symbol of being connected and having access to everything.

You have to own a smartphone or something similar to have access to the sharing economy and for example IoT. The smartphone is a symbol of having access and having access is a symbol of the oneness of life, because without that you would not have access to a world where there seems to be more than one.

Generation Y does not even care to own their thoughts, feelings and experiences. They share them all on the internet – and they happily give away all their private info in exchange for having access to the sharing economy, streaming music, movies and so on. If this seems natural to you, you are on the right track regarding the enlightenment of that which is one.


*) You can read about the enlightenment of that which is one in the below hacks:


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