[+] Totally being something unveils the bliss of nothing (in the process of being updated)

If you feel like an outsider, you do not solve it by blaming others for taking your space, but by completely being that and nothing else, as then there is no insider to contrast it and therefore no outsider since one cannot be without the other. Thus there is just the uncontrolled energy of going with the flow, which automatically ignites a take-off to the empty breath and its bliss of indifference to any contrast defining you or somebody else to be something specific. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Feeling wrong seems to go away when you complain about somebody else because that makes you appear to be right and others wrong. But escaping what you do not like to feel in yourself by complaining about others is like hiding it in a pot with a tight lid. Sooner or later the pressure from the suppressed feeling will blow off the cover and come out in steam of grievances.

Since the pot in this metaphor is your body, the above is a way of saying, that although complaining about somebody at first seems to make you feel better, the problem has not been solved. It has just been buried inside your body from where it will leak when the body expels the suppressed feeling through physical diseases that now will blame for not feeling well.

Totally being a feeling is as easy as being completely devoted to sex, for example.

You do not get rid of feeling upset by suppressing but completely being it. This is not done by telling friends or a psychiatrist what upsets you. Focusing on that displaces the feeling and so does talking about it, as that makes it speculative.

So instead of sharing it with anybody, feel upset all by yourself until you are nothing but that, and there is no calmness to contrast it and, therefore, not something to define you as angry or anything else. Hence you are in a state of not-knowing.

Read more about the cancellation of contrasts and therefore you as someone definitive in Without contrasts, there is no duality, and so nothing seems to hide there is no more than non-dualitySee The ins and outs of ´the empty breath´ about completely being a specific feeling, so that it becomes indefinable and thus leave you in a state of not-knowing.

The denial of feelings results in a spaced out state of mind with speculative ideas of a better world or metaphysical matters. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

This does not necessarily mean that the symptoms of being upset are gone. Parts of the body may still hurt. But since there is nobody to perceive those parts as something, they are, just like in a dream, nothing, and since that applies to everything else, nothing bothers anybody. There is, of course, nobody to know this before returning to the consciousness of being someone in a world of something and blissful memories of not being restricted by something starts popping up.

This slowly by slowly rubs off on the experience of a world of something so its appearances are not perceived to be definitive, neither what you appear to be. Hence there is not something to be bothered about. Not because you never get angry, for example, but because you do not hold onto this or any other feeling, inclusive so-called positive ones, since you do not need it to establish yourself or others as somebody specific.

Thus feelings do not pile up in the body which relaxes from the absence of something. It should, however, still be attended to as if it is something, maybe with the help of a qualified healthcare professional, and as if it differs from others, like one does with the pieces in a game of chess, for example, although they are nothing but painted wood.

To sum it up, it is the acknowledgement of a feeling as something specific that you experience as someone definitive, which makes it possible for you to completely be what you feel, so there is not something left to contrast it, and therefore nothing to define you. That is a state of not-knowing. But it is not before you leave it and return the conscious experience of being someone definitive, that you remember, the bliss that comes from being indifferent to this experience.

You can, however, only remain in a state of not-knowing for 20 minutes, 45 at most,* if you again want to have a conscious experience of being someone definitive because the brain falls into a coma if you do not repeatedly have a conscious communication – internal or external – about something that seems to confirm you as someone.

In the indifference of the empty breath, contrasts are slowly but surely cancelled out, including the contrast of life and death. When all contrast is cancelled out, there is not someone definitive to hide there never was or will be more than that which is one.

So if you do not want the brain to fall into a coma and you, therefore, to disappear in the nothingness from where what you believe to be is fabricated by the brain, you must return to the consciousness of being someone in that world by resuming your grievances of others to reestablish the contrast between you and them and thus you as someone definitive. Read here how complaints seem to make you appear to be real.

If the brain is not be kept active by you continuously perceiving everything as separate, it cannot uphold the consciousness of you as someone definitive, wherefore you are in a state of not-knowing. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Instead of returning from a state of not-knowing to the conscious experience of being someone definitive, you can go with the flow of nothingness into the enlightenment of that which is one, where there is no consciousness, states of bliss or anything else that requires more than one.

Hence there is not something that seems to hide, there never was or will be more than that which is one, since it is formless and therefore endless. Read about the enlightenment of that which is one in HACK #5-7, Inner senses, enlightenment, and glimpses of it. This does not only mean that the appearance of you as someone definitive, whether believed to be mundane or spiritual, has been terminated, but that you have never existed because it takes more than one to exist as anyone and there is no more than that which is one.

No reason to worry about accidentally and abruptly be terminated as someone in the enlightenment of that which is one, because in most cases the fear of that (read more about that here) or the urge to separate will set in before that, so you automatically fend off that which is one and still appears to be being someone in a world where there seems to be more than one.

Obviously, nor Alexius or anybody else has passed the point of no return in the enlightenment of that which is one because a world where there seems to be more than one there is still experienced, and it only takes one to undo what is not one since there is no more than that which is one.

You are in a state of not-knowing, when you do not know what and where you and your beloved ones are. Yet it is your devotion to what you and them is believed to be, that exposes the nothingness of this belief.

To see that your hidden grievances are nothing appearing to be something is as simple like recognising the nothingness of this haze. You do not need to analyse or understand it but to go into it with open eyes. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

APPENDIX: WHERE IS A STATE OF NOT-KNOWING?
Although what and where we believe to be is experienced to be somewhere, it is nowhere, because this experience is created by the brain from out of nothing. The brain is as immaterial as the experiences it fabricates, but it uses them to make itself appear as if it is something in somebody, who seems to have these experiences of a tangible world and therefore believes to be a substantial being there.

In the context of this illusion, where nothing seems to be something, a state of not-knowing is a version of nothing that has not been processed by the brain into an experience of something. Read more about that here. In a world that is experienced to be something, a state of not-knowing may in an abstract way appear to originate from the back of the head.

At least this is how it seems at first because many old grievances have been stored in the front of the head, wherefore it probably is experienced to be quite solid.** If the grievances are acknowledged as old friends, however, they will not appear to create pressure in your head but transparent bliss. Yet the whole brain will never be transparent in a state of not-knowing because some parts of it are needed to render you as someone in a world defined by time and space. Read more about that here.

The way to enter a state of not-knowing, however, is not to stop or get rid of grievances, nor by understanding them or forgiving those you resent for having caused them. It is the acknowledgement of what they make you feel, that enable you to be that and nothing else, so there is not something to contrast what you, wherefore nor you or what you feel is definable. Hence you are in the bliss of not knowing what and where you appear to be.

As there is nobody to know how blissful this is, it is not before returning to the consciousness of being someone definitive, vague memories of the bliss it is to be in a state of not-knowing pops up. Read more about how to approach grievances in the below articles:

You could also choose to approach grievances like described in these articles:


*) Read more about this in the article Where to find the bliss of ´the empty breath´ or check the hack 20 minutes, 45 at most in Extra Duality Hacks.

**) This has nothing to do with the widespread misunderstanding, that only ten per cent of the brain is in use. All of it is used.


NOTE: This article is an evaluation of the previous one, The speed of uncontrolled thoughts and feelings ignites a take-off to the bliss of nothingness. They are both parts of hack #4.3 Uncontrolled speed leads to a state of not-knowing.

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  1. […] That is, if you do not actively work against this synchronisation by trying to take care of the restless thoughts and/or feelings yourself by organising them into a kind of philosophy or religion that seems to give tour life as someone definitive a special meaning, because that suppresses the uncontrolled speed of thoughts and/or feelings, so they cannot be transferred to the inner senses but remains in the outer ones, where they sooner or later will surface even more speedier. See also The acknowledgment of a feeling turns it into the bliss of nothingness. […]

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