+ Perceiving the world as symbols of the four aspects of enlightenment – or how to have glimpses of enlightenment

There is no life in the world. It is to be compared to a dream, which, no matter how beautiful it may appear, is an illusion.

Although the formlessness of that which is one it is the power making it possible to simulate a world where there seems to be more than one, it is not possible for it to be in the simulation – just like it is not possible for the street simulated in this image to be in the picture, or for a dreamer to be in the dream empowered by it.

When the formlessness of life is perceived as the sole cause of any experience – whether so-called spiritual or mundane – you never play somebody else´s game. Even if it may seem so, they are not the reason for what you appear to do and say. Neither is the person you seem to be.

There is only one reason for your apparent thoughts, feelings, conversations and actions, namely the formlessness of life. In other words, it is not someone definitive who thinks, feels, says or does something.

As life is formless and thus without beginning or end, everything definable is lifeless. Yet everything without life symbolises it, because there is no more than the formlessness of life.

This does not mean that it is the formlessness of life that thinks, feels, says or does something. But that it is the energy which makes it possible to experience as if someone is doing this, although there is no more than the formlessness of life, since formlessness have no beginning or end.

Neither does it mean, that you have found the formlessness of life in a world defined by time and space, but that everything there is perceived to be a symbol of it. As both the experiencer and the experienced therefore are symbols of that which makes it possible to perceive a world where the formlessness of life seems to be divided into more than one, the apparent differences in such a world do not make a difference.

Read more about differences not making a difference in hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment and hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.

The echo of that which is one, which often is symbolised by the words Aum, Sohang or The Word of God and which comes from the edge of the universe can be heard or felt right now via the inner senses, because they are not limited by time and space.

The echo of that which is one, which often is symbolised by the words Aum, Sohang or The Word of God and which comes from the edge of the universe can be heard or felt and heard via the inner senses, because they are not limited by time and space.

Hearing or feeling the echo of life
Appearing in a world defined by time and space as a symbol of the formlessness of life, you do not pump up the volume of music to hear or feel it, but to be reminded that it is the formlessness of life that makes it possible to have the experience of hearing and feeling something.

This is not to say, that the formlessness of life can be heard and/or felt in a world defined by time and space. It is not possible to hear or feel formlessness. But it is possible to hear the echo of it coming from the edge of the universe. This unpronounceable vibration, which often is symbolised by Aum, Sohang or The Word of God, is heard or felt when you are more attentive to the world of the inner senses than that of the outer ones.

The Hebrew word Elohim was originally a symbol for one perpetual present.

The word god, which is a translation of the Hebrew word Elohim, was at first meant to be a metaphor for that which is one and never ends. Hence the word god was originally meant to symbolise one perpetual present. As this is not understandable, when you believe to be someone in a world of linear time, the meaning of the word gradually was changed, so that god became a symbol for one almighty force believed to have created the world defined by time and space in its own image.

But what is not definable cannot create something definable. Hence a world defined by time and space is an illusion and so is the perceived creator of such a world.

As the enlightenment of that which is one cannot be experienced, the experience of hearing or feeling this unpronounceable sound is not the enlightenment of that which is one but a glimpse of it. This applies to all other ways of experiencing it. In other words, whether you see, hear, feel or taste the enlightenment of that which is one, it is an experience and therefore as illusionary as any other experience (see All experiences are equally unreal).

But as these illusionary glimpses of enlightenment is not of the world experienced by the outer senses but by the inner ones, experiencing them from there while still being aware about the world of the outer senses, they have the capacity to undo the deception of the outer senses – not abruptly like the enlightenment of that which is one, but little by little. Click here if you want to read more about the distinction between the enlightenment of that which is one and glimpses of it.

In the world of the outer senses you must always plan for the future in order to uphold the illusion of linear time.

The more the outer senses, that perceive a world defined by time and space, is turned inwards, the more a world not limited by time and space is experienced by the inner senses, so it takes no time to go to the edge of the universe – you can read more about the illusion of time here – where the echo of the primordial vibration, that Aum, Sohang or The Word of God symbolises, is used to create a fantasy of a world defined by time and space, as well as deceiving you into believing it is real. That is until you actually hear or feel this echo, because doing so it slowly but surely undoes the fantasy.

This is the Hindi symbol of ´sohang´ – grabbed from the web

The Hindi symbol of Sohang.

»With every exhalation the soul recites ‘Hang’ and with every inhalation it recites ‘So’. Thus every soul counts the mantra of Sohang (So plus Hang) twenty-one thousand and six-hundred times every day and night.« Gherand Samhita, stanza 84.

In Eastern religions the echo of god or rather one perpetual present is symbolised by the word ´Aum´ or ´Sohang´ and in the New Testament by ´The Word of God´: »In the origin The Word had been existing and That Word had been existing with God and That Word was himself God.« John 1:1, Aramaic Bible in Plain English.

One who is to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one perceives ´The Word´ in the above quote as a metaphor for the unpronounceable vibration you hear or feel when not being totally focused on experiencing the world of the outer senses. The unenlightened, however, starts speculating about what wise words it might be, even though there is not a single verse in the Bible referring to ´The Word of God´, as if it is written or can be spoken.

The vibration that AUM or Sohang symbolizes comes from the edge of the universe, which is only far away if you let yourself be deceived by a world defined by linear time as experienced through the outer senses.

Glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one is an echo of the formlessness of oneness coming out of a black hole at the edge of the universe. This includes the vibration that is often symbolised by the words Aum, Sohang or The Word of God and which is as close to you, as anything else you experience to be close in the world of the outer senses, if you are not deceived by them into believing that you are constricted by the definitions of time and space. The world of the inner senses is not ruled by these definition, so there you can go directly to the edge of the universe and hear or feel the formlessness of that which is one coming out of a black hole. It is also there that you see or taste it.

One way to turn the outer senses inwards in order to hear or feel the echo of oneness is to not be exclusive but inclusive. When you include all what you hear or feel completely unedited – or rather are willing to do so – the sum of everything in the world of the outer senses is heard as a humming coming from the edge of the universe. It sounds or feels like nothing and everything at the same time.

In such a perfect moment you appear to be both in the world of the outer and inner senses at the same time without any sense of separation between them. A perfect moment though is not a moment where you are full of new energy, neither anything else, because you are indifferent to the apparent differences in a world where there seems to be more than one.

You can also use the word Aum or Sohang as a launching pad for hearing or feeling the humming coming from the edge of the universe. In the article Life has no secrets you can learn how to do this without having to spent years of meditating, chanting and whatnot .

If you want to read especially about the inner senses check the previous article A reintroduction of enlightenment, inner and outer senses, or the next one The ins and outs of the inner senses, or the older ones Beyond the senses – or the outer senses versus the inner ones and The inner senses, enlightenment of that which is one and glimpses of it.

Be aware that the ways described in this article will not work, if you look forward to be or have more in a spiritual, mental, emotional or materialistic way. This does not mean, you must avoid being or having more but not care about how much. If you do not care about it at all, there is no more than the enlightenment of that which is one.

When your eyes become single, there is no separation to hide the enlightenment of that which is one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

When your eyes become single, there is no separation to hide the enlightenment of that which is one.

The third eye
Appearing in the world as a symbol of oneness you do not close your eyes to go just to go to sleep, but to see glimpses of oneness. This is done through the inner sense called the third eye, which is a single ´eye´ in the middle of the two eyes above the two eyebrows. When activated it looks like an erected dick in the aura. But it disappears, if the glimpses merge into the enlightenment of that which is one, because it takes more than one to see anything.

»The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.« Matt 6:22, King James Bible. This makes much sense to one who is to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one but obviously not to the unenlightened, because in the new international version of the New Testament this sentence has been changed to: »The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.«

How this makes sense to the unenlightened, Alexius does not know, but he knows it makes no sense to one who is to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one.

When you for whatever reason – maybe due to being very desperate, drunk or tired – have no energy to focus, the enlightenment of that which is one is bid welcome. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The enlightenment of that which is one is bid welcome by completely closing down the outer senses, which – according to those quoting Buddha – may happen in deep sleep. For Alexius it was not triggered like that, but by being so exhausted after a long nights work of taxi driving, that he simply was too tired to focus.

In other words, to be offbeat, exhausted, confused or maybe even drunk is a way to close the outer senses, so that there is no world to see and therefore nothing to hide the enlightenment of that which is one. In fact anything that is not part of a scheme to fabricate images defined by time and space will do.

If that includes drugs Alexius does not know, because he has not experienced them. Yet he can say that from looking at others taking drugs, that it seems to be more about expanding the consciousness of a world where there seems to be more than one than undoing it.

»Direct your eyes toward the middle of the eyebrows and meditate upon your own self. It is Shambhavi Mudra, the most secret practice of all the Tantra scriptures.« Gherand Samhita, stanza 59.

The positioning of the body, while activating the third eye, does not matter.

The positioning of the body, while activating the third eye, does not matter, as long as the body does not bother you.

Practically speaking you can close the visual outer sense and open the inner eye by closing the eyes and lightly, without any concentration, hold a finger on the third eye. This is best done in a dark room, so you do not think that the light coming to you comes from outside.

If something like this is dechiffered into different colors and forms, you will have glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one, but if you do not judge any colors or forms to be different from each other the apparent differences will explode into one bright light.

If having an inner vision like this and it is deciphered into an experience of different colours and shapes around a centre, it is a glimpse of the enlightenment of that which is one. If you on the other hand do not judge the apparent different colours and forms to make a difference or to come from somewhere specific, one bright and colourless light, that seems to explode from out of nowhere wipes out all thoughts collected to form you into someone definitive, so that there is nothing to hide that there never was and never will be anything else than the formlessness of oneness, because formlessness has no end.

The sense of sight is always looking for the greatest contrast of light, so your two closed eyes will automatically move inwards and upwards towards the third eye, where the inner sense of sight receives a light show at such a high speed that the apparent contrast between the splashes of colours can hardly be perceived. If not perceived at all the splashes turn into one bright white light, that is not contrasted by something or illuminating anything.

»Touching eyeballs as a feather, lightness between them opens into the heart and there permeates the cosmos.« Sochanda Tantra, stanza 13.

If your eyes do not automatically move inwards and upwards out of the area of the outer senses, that is below the eyebrows, you may help them by very gently pressing the thumb and middle finger across each eyeball from outer corner to inner, while having the forefinger on the third eye.

This is not commendable though, because even the slightest effort requires focus, and it is not focus but defocus that bids welcome the enlightenment of that which is one or the visual glimpses of it. Besides this may give you the impression that certain physical postures will open the third eye.

None of the inner senses can be reached via a specific posture or way of thinking. Deactivating the outer senses, however, can be achieved in this way, so if you find a specific technique that seems to be helpful in this regard by all means go for it. Yet the fastest way to deactivate the outer senses is to not know what and where you are.

»… and there shall be no light there, and they need no candle there, neither the light of the sun, for the Lord God giveth them light.« Rev. 22:5

The thought construction that seems to keep you together as someone tangible is left at the edge of a black hole.

The thought construction that seems to keep you together as someone tangible must be left at the edge of a black hole, so that there is nothing to gracefully fall into the formlessness of oneness.

When you momentarily do not know what and where you are, there is nobody to prevent glimpses of enlightenment to merge into one bright white light, namely the enlightenment of that which is one, which extracts all thoughts, that you have hold onto in order to appear as someone specific, and leave them at the edge of what sometimes seems like a black hole, so that there is nobody to experience the nothingness of you gracefully falling into the formlessness of that which is one.

You can read more about a black hole in the article The ins and outs of a black hole.

Enlightenment is not an out-of-the-body experience as it is not an experience, but its preliminary stage of bliss and compassion, which is connected to the world via the pineal gland, is an experience that is often perceived to be out-of-the-body.

Enlightenment of that which is one is not an out-of-body experience. It is not an experience at al. But its preliminary stages of bliss and compassion, which in the world seems to be connected with the pineal gland, is something that may be experienced as an out-of-body experience.

Most, however, are afraid of loosing their identity, so they settle for glimpses of the enlightenment and the bliss and excitement coming from traveling in worlds of lucid light, which is like an out-of-body experience – presumably linked to the pineal gland, that appears to foster states like that.

If you are not tempted to stop at the state of bliss or something else partly or fully recognisable, but going where someone definitive cannot go, it is not an out-of-body experience. On the contrary, there is no experience at all, neither consciousness, because to experience or be consciousness about something is only possible in a world where there seems to be more than one, since this requires more than one.

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If you want to return from the enlightenment of that which is one to a world where there seems to be more than one, you must pick up the thought construction, that was left at the edge of a black hole before you entered it, in order to be shaped as someone definitive.

Returning from the enlightenment of that which is one to a world where there seems to be more than one, you cannot know, you have been at the other side of a black hole, because you were not there and there is no other side, as there is no more than that which is one. Yet there are vague memories of the enlightenment of that which is one, and so you can be said to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one.

It is not possible for somebody to know, that you are to be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one. You will hardly grasp it yourself. But you will for sure grasp, that a world where there seems to be more than one is not real, and that anything appearing there – including the appearance of you as someone definitive –  therefore is an illusion.

ac1d3bc0-5bae-4dac-921e-8c1c4d9f64e1Ethereal harmonies
Appearing in a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is one, you do not perceive music to be a means to joy, but as a means to be reminded of the airy music, that as ethereal harmonies floats out of a black hole at the edge of the universe.

»I heard a sound from heaven like the sound of cascading waters and like the rumbling of loud thunder. The sound I heard was also like harpists playing on their harps.« Revelation 14:2, Holman Christian Standard Bible.

Being used to ´tour´ the inner world of the senses, that opens up when the outer ones are not fully used to experience a world defined by time and space, you know that the first sentence in this quote refers to ´Aum´, ´Sohang´ or ´The Word of God´, and that the second one to ethereal music.

»At midnight when not a single sound is heard, close your ears with both hands and do Purak Pranayama. Listen to the sounds in your right ear which are very pleasant. The first sound that you will hear is of a pine bird, the second of a flute, third of a cloud, fourth of a dragon bee, the fifth of a ringing bell and then of a gong of metal. Sounds of trumpet, drum etc. are also heard.

To Alexius, who has no intellectual knowledge of religious scripts, most of the words in the quote from Gherand Samhita are meaningless. But as he hear inner music himself it is easy to pick up the bliss listening to the inner music of oneness entails.

Besides these, many other sounds are heard if it is practiced daily. These sounds are Anahata (unproduced) and come on their own accord. Nada is related to light. Light is related to mind, so mind gets itself merged in a sound which is the seat of the Lord. Therefore, practice of Bhramari gives Siddhi of Samadhi (i.e., makes Samadhi possible).

Mind gets eightfold more pleasure in the act of meditation than Japa (repeating God’s name), eightfold more interest in Tapas (penance) than the meditation, and eightfold more interest in music or sound than the Tapas. There is nothing greater than music.« Gherand Samhita, stanzas 77-81. Besides for the word ´Nada´ meaning music Alexius does not know the meaning of all the Hindi words in this quote, but hearing inner music – though not so bombastic as describe in the quote – he gets the overall meaning of the quote.

Using noise canceling headphones is a great way to close the outer sense of hearing. Alexius personally prefer in-ear headphones though, as they can also be used when going to bed.

A practical way of closing the outer sense of hearing and open the inner one is to put both thumbs in your ears or simply use a noise canceling headphone or an in-ear headphone, and then without focusing or trying to define anything, be nothing but the transparency of the ethereal harmonies coming to you from what may seem to be far away.

Best not go with the sounds appearing to come from the left ear, as they often are the sounds of a busy mind, but instead follow the sounds that appear to come from an empty space a bit outside of your right ear. Best of all not pay attention to the directions of sounds at all.

Maybe it is not ethereal harmonies you hear but the humming symbolised by ´Aum´, ´Sohang´ or ´The Word of God´. If so, follow this glimpse of the enlightenment of that which is one.

It could also be that the only thing you ´hear´ is your thoughts. But you have no thoughts. That is something the ego has made you believe, so it seems that the thoughts passing by are made by someone definitive.

As the ego lives from separation, it cannot survive inclusion, so if thoughts are not avoided but included, the ego is no more. And as that means there is nobody to confirm you as somebody, there is nobody to be disturbed by thoughts. Hence empty space can be heard as eternal harmonies – or if in touch with one of the other inner senses, it can be experienced as light, transparent sweetness or total intimacy.

In HACK #3, Being inclusive and not exclusive, you can read more about this – especially in hack #3.6 Phasing out the personality by not being exclusive.

Tasting the sweetness of life helps you to not focus on the world of the outer senses, so that glimpses of enlightenment from the world of the inner ones become the foundation for perceiving the world of the outer senses. Since this result in not perceiving the apparent differences to make a difference, there is no differentiation between you and the world where you experience to be, so you are everything you see. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The taste of life
Appearing in the world as a symbol of oneness you are not tasting the most exquisite food to get a delicate experience from it, but to be reminded about the taste of life, which in the world can be compared to how the foam on a milkshake with honey tastes or to how marshmallows – especially those with a taste of strawberries – interact with the palate.

»Your lips drip nectar, my bride, honey and milk are under your tongue.« Song of Solomon 4:11.

»A land flowing with milk and honey« Exodus 3:8

»Whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never be thirsty, but the water that I shall give him shall be in him as a well of water springing up into everlasting life.« John 4:10-4:14.

To compare a taste to something else is a very individual thing, so you may not compare the inner taste to that of liquorice.

To describe a taste by comparing it to another taste is a very individual thing. In other words, you may not compare the taste of life to a taste of milk and honey with a hint of liquorice.

Even though this taste in the old scriptures is called the nectar of life, do not expect it to make you stronger or inject you with more energy in the world of the outer senses. Besides, you are better off never to expect more of anything, as that which is you is no different from that which is one, which is formlessness and therefore endless, so there is no more than that which is you is everything. Hence looking for more is an illusion based on the belief that you are separated from that which is one.

One way to undo this belief is to not focus, as without it a world where there seems to be more than one cannot be perceived, and so it does not seem to hide, there is no more than the formlessness of that which is one. Fortunately the taste of life is very beneficial for defocussing.

Some Chinese Herb Formulations or teas – for example Spring Dragon Longevity Tea – enhance the taste of life, provided that you are already are in contact with it. The same applies to the Ayurvedic teas, that Alexius have tasted or teas including liquorice.

As already mentioned, the taste of life can be compared to enjoying the transparent foam of a sweet milkshake. Sometimes, however, it is with a hint of either liquorice, strawberry or mint, so you should not consider this description to be accurate. Anyway it is best not to compare the taste of life or other glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one to anything else, as all comparisons are based on definitions from the past and therefore cancels out the present glimpse of enlightenment.

The inner sense of taste not only stops the compulsive focusing on forms but also your cravings for sweets and to experience  something definable. The taste of life is always there and it is free. Neither do you have to meditate or be pure to consume it. All you have to do is to put your tongue behind the uvula. And if you cannot do that, it is also OK, because doing so is just meant to help you deactivating the outer senses and the only thing that really accomplish that, is the intention to do it. Just like even you are at a springboard, you will not dive from it, if that is not your intention of going there.

The inner sense of taste does not only stop the compulsive focusing on something definitive but also your cravings for more, for example more sweets. The taste of life is always there. It is free, and you do not have to meditate or be pure to consume it. All you have to do is to put your tongue behind the uvula and devote yourself to the taste dripping from above. If you cannot get your tongue all the way, it is not a problem, because doing so is just meant to help you deactivating the outer senses and the only thing that really accomplish this, is the intention of doing it.

The taste of life unfolds under the tongue, when it is moved behind the uvula (the skin flap hanging down at the back of the mouth at the entrance to the throat). Doing this makes you feel like you are not in the world even though you appear to be, because it stops the need to focus and also the longing for more. As a side effect it stops the craving for sweets as well. That is if you devote yourself to it – no techniques will work without devotion. Yet devotion can work without a technique.

To get the tongue behind the uvula you may have to press it backwards for a long time, maybe several months, and finally use a finger to push it the rest of the way, which may make you feel as if you are about to vomit. No worries – it is just a feeling. When you are used to keeping your tongue there, it is easy, and there is no sense of vomiting.

»Khechari Mudra is turning the tongue backwards into the cavity of the cranium and turning the eyes inwards toward the eyebrow center.« Haha-Yoga Pradipika, Chapter 3, stanzas 32-37.

You do not have to literally replicate the technique in above quote, where the taste of life is called Khechari Mudra. Neither do you actually need to be able to make the tongue go all the way behind the uvula. Pushing it as far as possible will do.

The way to bid welcome the aspects of the enlightenment of that which is one is not about perfection. Neither is it about how you breath, eat or anything else you appear to do in the world of the outer senses. Yet things like that may be helpful in order to deactivate the outer senses.

But no technique in the world of the outer senses can deactivate them, if that is not the intention of executing the technique. In other words, first step is solely about intention, and if that is to deactivate the outer senses, there is nothing to hinder your trip into the world of the inner senses. Second step is to devote yourself to the amazing journey there.

The above about steps only applies to having glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one and not to bidding it welcome in its entirety, as it takes more than one to take a step.

It is probably best to not be active in the world of the outer senses, when having visions of light, as you very quickly may be blinded by light. Not in a physical sense, but in the sense that the visual glimpses of enlightenment can become so intense, that the world of the outer senses hardly is sensed.

When the belief in being in a world where there seems to be more than one is undone, there is nothing to hide that there never was and never will be more than that which is one.

The technique for tasting the sweetness of life can be carried out, while being active in the world of the outer senses. The same applies to enjoying the ethereal harmonies and hear or feel the vibration that Aum, Sohang and The Word of God symbolises. Doing so, however, probably causes you to the experience the world as less defined. Yet not to the extent that you cannot navigate in it. Anyway it feels like you do not have to, and that you are carried around in a dream with no will of its own.

That is, as long as you do not take the full tour of these glimpses because it ends in the formlessness of oneness, and so you will no longer appear to be in the dream of a world where there seems to be more than one, neither in oneness, since that requires more than one.

The part of the world of the outer senses you want to experience is not meant to be blurry but in focus, so what you see is definable. It is the other way around with the world of the inner senses,. In other words, the two worlds does in most cases not work well together. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The part of the world of the outer senses that you want to experience is not supposed to be blurry but in focus, so that the experience becomes definable. It is the other way around in the world of the inner senses. Hence mixing the two worlds does not work out.

Focus versus defocus
The world of the outer senses needs you constantly concentrate and focus on it, as if you are in charge of your apparent life there. In the world of the inner senses it is the other way around. It reveals itself when there is no effort to focus, concentrate and control. Yet it is also an act of control to continually trying not to focus in order to see, hear, feel or taste the glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one, so besides from getting a headache spreading out from the third eye from too much focus, the inner senses are fenced off.

As long as you intend to appear in a world where there seems to be more than one, it is best to multitask between the inner and outer senses. So how to do this, so you can focus when needed in the world of the outer senses and space out in the world of the inner ones, when nothing is required of you? Alexius does not know, because being connected with the inner breath he thrust that it as an automatic gear automatically shift between them when needed. See the second to last paragraph.

One versus more than one
In a world, where there seems to be more than one, it may be good to mix things, but not in the world of that which is one, as mixing implies there is more than one, and so you are back in a world where there seems to be more than one. In other words, do not try mix the different aspects of the enlightenment of that which is one.

That being said, you can do the taste of life technique while being devoted to any one of the other aspects, if you do not do it for the sake of the taste, but for its benefits of defocusing, which makes it easier to go with the flow of the other inner senses.

Seeing everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as symbols of that which is one, will make the outer senses turn inwards, so it is easier to grasp, there is no more than that which is one.

Seeing everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as symbols of that which is one, will make the outer senses turn inwards, so it is easier to grasp, that there is no more than that which is one.

Ways to undo the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one
Can the belief, that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one, only be undone via the inner senses? No, it can also be undone though the world of the outer ones as described in the duality hacks called Pretending to be a personTo see symbols of life in the world, Being inclusive and not exclusive and Being alone together. See hack #1-3 + 8.

There might be other ways than suggested in Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings to have this belief undone. But as he has not tried them, he cannot say if they work. Yet if the way is based on second-hand knowledge from Buddhism and whatnot it is most likely fake – especially if the one promoting it has lots of beautiful visions about a hypothetical better future full of love, bliss and happiness, because there is no more than that which is one, since it is formless and therefore endless.

In other words, to be blissful, happy or full of love is an illusion, as it requires more than one to be anything at all.

The connection with the inner breath does not unite the outer and the inner senses but it makes them synchronised, which among other things means that what you used to judge as stressful in the low frequency world of the outer senses will not seem stressing, when synched with the high frequency world of the inner senses, because of the indifference coming from the inner breath.

Connecting with the inner breath is like going into a driverless car programmed to return to that which is one
The inner breath
will ´lift´ you out of the belief in being someone definitive by automatically synchronise the outer and inner senses, so that glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one become the basis for interpreting the world of the outer senses.

It is like being transported in driverless car, that is programmed to take you to the aspect of the enlightenment of that which is one that attracts the most, so you carelessly forget to define the glimpses of the enlightenment of that which is one and they as one bright light, harmony, emotion or taste carry the nothingness of you back into the formlessness of oneness.

You can read further about the inner breath in hack #4-7.4 The inner breath automatically synchs the outer and inner senses. If you just want a bit of info about it, check the article The nature of the inner breath and if you quickly want to connect with it check out Take-offs to the inner breathHow to ignite take-offs to the inner breath or What does the inner breath feel like?.


NOTES ABOUT THE QUOTES
The terminology of yoga and so-called holy scriptures – apart from The New Testament – is foreign to Alexius, so he do not know the scriptures from where the quotes in this article are taken. They were by the way all found via Google search.

When everything is included there does not appear to be something outside of you, neither inside of you, as that requires there is something outside of you. In other words, there is nothing but the formlessness of oneness.

Alexius do not sympathise with Eastern or Western religions, neither new age philosophy, as they in general appear to be about excluding what is judge to be bad in order to become what is judged to be better, purer or higher. Yoga techniques for example seem to be based on meditation or something else where what is not oneness is excluded. Theoretically speaking this should leave out everything but the formlessness of oneness. But as formlessness has nothing to exclusive, you do not come back to the formlessness of oneness by being exclusive.

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