You cannot see that which is you, because it is no different from that which is one

While having a dream, you cannot see what you are, because you are not there. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

»The thing’s hollow – it goes on forever – and – oh my God! – it’s full of stars!« After the astronaut Bowman in the movie ´2001: A Space Odyssey´ shut down HAL, that until then had been in control, there is an explosion of stars.

If you are a long time reader of Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings, you may have grasped, there is no more than the formlessness that which is one – and that even though it is non-dimensional and therefore totally flat and takes up no space it contains everything.

If you have momentarily shut down the ego – like Bowman in the movie ´2001: A Space Odyssey´ shut down HAL – you may even have vague memories of a light show turning into one colourless light brighter than anything else sucking out every bit of info attesting to you as someone definitive and leaving it at the edge of a black hole, so that the nothingness of you gracefully and endlessly falls down into that which is one.*

You have not seen that which is one. First of all, what appears to be you has not been there. Secondly, that which is one is formless, and in order to see something, it must have a form. Thirdly, to see something requires that it is judged to be separated from you, and as that which is one is formless and therefore endless, there is nothing else than that which is one.

In a world where there seems to be more than one a sound bounces from one to another and thus seems to make an expression. But in that which is one nothing is expressed, as that requires more than one.

In a dream anything can happen and though it may appear as if it is real, it is not so. You are not even there but in you bed. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In other words, the experience of being someone in a world where there seems to be more than one can be compared to having a dream in such a world. Even though it is not realistic, everything in the dream is experienced to be real. You may for example be afraid of drowning although you are peacefully laying in your bed.

As long as you believe to be spiritual, pure consciousness and whatnot, you feel trapped in a world where there appears to be more than one, because to believe involves more than one.

The same applies to appearing as someone in a world where there seems to be more than one. Not in the way, that there is no world. It is just not the one, that you experience. It is a simulated reality layered on top of that which is real.** But as reality is that which is one, it cannot be experienced, so no matter if you have so-called spiritual or mundane experiences or visions, they are equally deceptive.

Regardless of what you believe to be and see in a dream, you will wake up – and so what you believed to be and see is all gone. It was never there.

In other words, when you do not experience anything, there is not something that appears to hide that which cannot be experienced – just like within the context of a world where there seems to be more than one, there is nothing that appears to hide the physical world when you are awake..


*) In the below hacks you can read about the enlightenment of that which is one:

**) See the article Duality is a simulated reality on top of non-duality.


NOTE: While you still appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, you can simulate oneness by including your experience of the present moment totally unedited, whether that triggers thoughts or feelings about the past or the future and whether they appear to be so-called positive or negative. No need to hurry though. What is not one is not real. You can read more about this in the below hacks:

This article is part of hack #2.6 Size does not matter.