+ ´The empty breath´ is empty space and so is what you believe to be (in the process of being updated)

What you believe to be and see is nothing but empty space. Thus not being and seeing something specific is a blissful revelation of emptiness. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The empty breath is not part of the experiences of you being someone substantial in a tangible world, which the brain fabricates by processing nothing into something (read more about that here). That is because the empty breath is unprocessed by the brain. This does not mean it is spiritual but that it remains in the nothingness from where the brain creates a world of something.

The only reason we believe the experiences created by the brain are real and not fantasy is that they seem to confirm we are somebody and not nobody. Hence it is only the belief, that we are somebody in a world defined by time and space, that seems to disguise the fact that we are nothing processed by the brain into something.

As it has taken the brain one second to fabricate the experience of what you believe to be and read now, there was nothing one second ago, and as that is where the empty breath resides, you connect with it by not perceiving the present experience as real and thus go back one second in time where the brain has not processed nothing into the current experience of something.

In the rhythmic flow of nothing the basic contrast making up the consciousness of you as someone definitive, namely expansion and contraction, is cancelled out (read more about the cancellation of contrasts here), so although the experiences fabricated by the brain goes on, as usual, there is nobody to believe they are real. Read about the indifference of the empty breath here. In the next article, you can read how it feels.

Science says, the world we seem to feel and see consist of 99.9999999 per cent empty space, and the rest, which is perceived to be elements of matter, is also empty space, included those perceiving this. See the articles Where to find the bliss of ´the empty breath´ and Free to float in the void of ´the empty breath´.

The brain, however, falls apart after 20 minutes, 45 at most (read more about that here) without someone confirming its experiences as something. So if you want to be able to return to the conscious experience fabricated by the brain of you as someone in a world defined by time and space, you must leave this state of not-knowing before the brain falls into a coma.

This you do by hanging onto specific thoughts and feelings about something special that confirm you are someone definitive, for example by sending love and healing to others. Read more about that here.

It is not possible to be something definitive, because reality is oneness and since it is formless and therefore endless, there is no more than the formlessness of oneness. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Should you wonder who does this or who are wondering about it, the answer is nobody, because there is nobody in empty space. Just like there is nobody in a dream and not somebody making it. Nor is the dream inside the one appearing to experience it because it consists of nothing. Read more about that here.

To make long short, what and where you believe to be is a construction of thoughts, that, like a mirage, is experienced to be something until you have a closer look and see it is nothing. This closer look you get with the empty breath because it sees what it is, namely nothing.

That is why it is best not to interpret the locations of the empty breath, as described in the next article What does ´the empty breath´ feel like? to be absolute. The empty breath is not definable by time and space and thus not something specific located in a definitive place (see the paragraph The transparent sound of the empty breath in the next article What does ´the empty breath´ feels like?).

Also, be aware that the description of the empty breath in that article is written by someone who is to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one. This means that just like the concepts of the world in a game like Monopoly are acknowledged but not believed to be real, the idea of opposing contrasts, that seem to twist empty space into separated elements of something appearing to be inside or outside, for example, are acknowledged but not believed to be real.

In regards to where the empty breath is experienced, it is, therefore, best to deal with inside and outside, as metaphors for nowhere.*


The graphic, which is grabbed from the web, has been manipulated by Alexius.

In the next article you can read more detailed about the circles in this image, that graphically illustrates a few of the non-definitive circles that you are surfing within the empty breath, when connected with it.

None of the non definitive circles, though, are outside of you as in this image, which rather reflects the idea the special self has of the empty breath, namely that it is something it is in charge of. Read more about the special self here.

Yet what you believe to be are not in charge of anything since it is nowhere, as that which is one is formless and therefore endless and it takes more than one to be somewhere. This applies to the empty breath, as well but since it does not believe to anywhere or have any intention of taking you somewhere, it is your way back to the formlessness of oneness.

Not in the sense that you realise oneness. That is not possible, as it takes more than to realise something. But when every single memory of a world where there seems to be more than one is gone, which it is after 20 minutes, 45 at most, in a state of not-knowing (read more about that here), there does not appear to be something hiding that there never was or will be more than that which is one.


*) This is not to say that the apparent physical border of the body never should be taken literally. In fact, it is crucial to take it seriously, as long as it is experienced to contain what you believe to be.


NOTE: This article is a preface to the next article What does ´the empty breath´ feels like?. Both pieces are part of hack #4.3 Uncontrolled speed leads to a state of not-knowing.

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