Inclusiveness turns death into a portal to that which is one [DRAFT]

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 nothing. However, in the moment of death, the brain does not have enough oxygen to uphold the images sustaining your belief. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

VERSION 1:
In the moments leading up to death, the brain slowly runs out of oxygen. Thus it does not have enough to fabricate the usual images of a tangible world experienced to be outside of you. Therefore, since thoughts and feelings no longer can be assigned to a tangible world outside of you, they chaotically rush by until there is no more. In other words, when the body is in the process of termination, what and where you experienced to be. But before it is totally over, thoughts pass by rapidly in a fashion that seems unstructured.

That is, if you do not hang onto some of them in an attempt to keep or dismiss something from your time as someone substantial in a tangible world. If you do that, you seem stuck inside your thoughts and feelings because they cannot be assigned to something. The brain has stopped producing the experiences of a tangible world outside of you, so there is nobody to love and hate.

This feels very claustrophobic. Yet, you are not boxed in by your selected thoughts and feelings but by your desire for being someone verified by them. So if you do not look for something to prove you are someone, thoughts and feelings pass by immediately. This includes the thoughts and feelings of being someone who experiences them.

But if you have been accustomed to excluding uncomfortable thoughts and feelings to create a comfortable image of yourself while your body and brain functioned well, you will do the same when it is about to break down. In other words, death is smooth if you are used to being inclusive.

In that case, thoughts pass rapidly, and when that is over, feelings rush by. Therefore, since there is nothing to confirm the illusion of time and space, you are what you always have been and will be, namely formless. That is the freedom to be one and one only. It is very peaceful because it leaves out anything that requires more than one, such as thinking and feeling.

To make long short, by not being exclusive but inclusive, your appearance in a world where there seems to be more than one is a simple ride, and the moment of death is a portal to that which is one. No fear is holding you back when everything is included, so there is nothing to hide that which is you is no different from that which is one.

As it takes more than one to have a problem there is not a single one in that which is one – neither anything to fear.

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When the TV screen is blank, there is no world to see there. So what you see is what you believe to be. This 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.

VERSION 2:
A near-death experience can be compared to watching a movie on the TV screen. 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 is about to set in, the brain starts running out of oxygen, so it does have not enough to fabricate the usual images of a world defined by time and space. But instead, it processes sedative images, like tunnels of light, to prevent you from panicking when it cannot produce the usual experience of a world defined by time and space.

But if you do not believe to be someone at all, nobody experiences tunnels of light or other spaced out things to hide a world defined by time and space is a fantasy that is about to end.

An out-of-body experience is just as hallucinatory as an in the body. That which is you is neither in nor outside of anything. It is the formlessness of everything.

At the moment of death, you are sucked into a black hole. That is, if you do not try to define it because then you uphold the belief in being someone definitive. When the light at the edges of the black hole explodes into a light so bright that there is not something specific to experience, you feel like exploding too, and if not avoiding it, the nothingness of you gently falls into the formlessness of that which is one. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

VERSION 3:
When the body is dying, the brain cannot produce a world that confirms the belief that there is more than that which is one. Hence there is nothing to hide, there is no more than the formlessness of oneness. That is if you do not hang onto memories about a world where there seems to be more than one. If so, it seems very scary and claustrophobic when the tangibility of a world where there seems to be more than one cannot be felt.

Fortunately, there is no such need when the belief that there is more than that which is one is undone. This it is when everything in a world where there seems to be more than one is included, as that cancels out the apparent difference between your experiences so there is no experience that seems to hide that which cannot be experienced, namely the formlessness of oneness.

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

In other words, the inclusion of everything experienced does not result in you embodying everything and therefore being at one with the universe. On the contrary, your apparent existence as someone definitive is over because when nothing is excluded, you are not definable.

For the same reason, there are no memories left of a world where there seems to be more than one, nor a sigh of relief from having escaped it. There is no more than that which always was and will be, namely the formlessness of oneness.


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NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is completeness.

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