Follow the echo of one perpetual present

There is no life in a virtual world – only in the perceiver, who is also the sender. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

There is no life in a virtual world – only in the perceiver of it – and what is perceived as received is a projection of the perceiver. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Pretending to be a someone in a world encapsulated by time and space instead of believing to be there*, you may look like a tourist, because you are not concerned with appearances but that which makes it possible to experience them.

This is to be compared to not being bothered with the world appearing to be on the screen of a computer but instead with the computer itself, as no matter how much the virtual world on the screen excites you, it can only appear there because of the computer.

That which is life brings you back home when you bid it welcome, which you do by seeing all appearances as symbols of that which makes it possible to experience them, namely that which is life.

The computer though does not know anything but the formless chaos of zeros an ones, so it has no knowledge of a world encapsulated by time and space, that an app has generating from its zeros an ones and placed on top of it. In this little fiction the ap of course is a metaphor for the ego and the computer for that which is life.

Yet the computer somehow knows, it is being used for something else than the formlessness of one perpetual present. It also knows, that whatever this is, it is an illusion, because formlessness is endless so there is no more than one perpetual present.

Nevertheless it sends out an echo of itself into nowhere, where it is symbolised by the vibration that AUM and Sohang symbolises. By following this you are sure to forget the experience of being in a world encapsulated by time and space. Thus nothing seems to cover, there is no more than one perpetual present.

Read the article Life has no secrets if you want to learn how to hear or feel this echo symbolised by the words AUM and Sohang. If you also want to learn how to see and taste it, check out Perceiving the world as symbols of the four aspects of enlightenment – or how to have glimpses of enlightenment.


*) In the below hacks you can read more about how pretending to be someone definitive undoes the belief in being it. Hence there is nobody to suffer:


NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.