Every moment is the perfect moment – also for dying in the rainforest [draft]


Alexius followed a dried-out river down the mountain towards the sea until the plantation became so impenetrable that he could no longer make his way through it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

This article is about the rescue of Alexius from the rainforest, where he was about to die after two days without food and water. In television, they called him the hero who survived the wilderness. However, this is not about heroic stuff, but that every moment is the perfect moment.

In 2010 Alexius was stuck in a rainforest for two days without food and water. He followed a dried-out river down the mountain towards the sea, but the closer he came to the sea, the more impenetrable the rainforest became. At the end of the first day, Alexius gave up digging his way through the thorny lianas.

He hallucinated during the second day and prepared himself to die of cold and/or dehydration in the coming night. However, everything was so beautiful that it did not seem important to continue as a separated being. Besides, there was nothing unfulfilled in his personal life. Alexius´ mundane longings had all been met. But at the end of the second day, he was rescued by a helicopter.

The formlessness of life
Before the helicopter arrived, it was like the person inside the body of Alexius died per its script. But it was replaced by an impersonal version of him having only one goal: giving back everything it received to where it came from. The brain heavily backed this replacement because it thinks a self is not meant to be definitive but relative. Read more about that in hack #4.1 The basic self versus the special one.

However, since giving everything back to its source is beyond the brain, Alexius did not know how to do that. The brain suggested he should do something great for all mankind? But he sensed it was not about greatness. Actually, it was not about doing but perceiving. Since life is formless, a world defined by time and space is lifeless and thus a fantasy. But there is no illusion without reality, so every part of the fantasy symbolises the formlessness of life.


When experiences are not perceived as personal but symbolise life’s formlessness, they do not establish us as separated beings. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Therefore, when a world defined by time and space is perceived as a symbol of life, it goes back to the formlessness of life. Hence our experiences do not seem to have any effect, nor do they establish us as somebody definitive. See also hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of life.

The world is a construction of fragmented thoughts
You can compare the formlessness of life to having just one thought. It is pure peace. But if that thought is divided into two, peace is over because they need to differ to appear divided. Therefore, one thought as a separate entity looks at the other as a world outside of it. And to uphold the illusion that there is more than one, the division goes on. The thought called the world is divided into black and white thoughts. The thought that watches a world in black and white outside of it is also divided into two, namely a judge and an executioner.

Thus we have a person who chooses between experiences divided into black and white. And then a judge who divides thoughts into right and wrong so the black experiences can be punished for being wrong. When the executioner has carried out the punishment, the Person feels good because now it is off the hook. Someone else is guilty of the mess separation seems to entail. Read more about projections here. However, since this arrangement sets other divisions in motion, the relief is short-lived. So, again and again, the interaction of Person, WorldJudge and Executioner is used to make someone else look bad and yourself good.

Although this happens as an inner dialogue inside a Person, it is often projected onto something seen as outside of it. For example, what feels wrong inside the World of a Person is projected on something perceived as the evil in the World outside of a Person, such as immigrants, the deep state or communists. The Judge may be projected on a god, parent, boss, or lover. And perhaps society is seen as the Executioner.

Nevertheless, this system never makes a Person feel good enough because it is the reason for feeling bad. Read more about that here. But let us return to Alexius in the rainforest to see how he dealt with it emotionally:

If I fear how the helicopter guys judge my tripin the rainforest, it´s actually my ownjudgment of the trip, that I fear.

If Alexius fear how the helicopter guys judge his trip in the rainforest, it is actually his own judgment of the journey he fears. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Enough is enough
Alexius had to make his way through lots of thorny lianas in the dried out river he followed down the mountain to get out of the rainforest. The thorny lianas came in bundles. Sometimes it took half an hour to pass a distance of them, that if not for the bushes of lianas tightly woven together could have walked in two minutes.

His feet were hurting because two nails had been ripped when he fell down the mountain several times due to branches being so dry that they broke when he tried to hold onto them. Moreover, due to the thorns in the bushes, his clothes were torn apart. His hands were full of blood. And each time he came out on the other side of a bundle of thorny bushes, he was so exhausted that he decided the immense beauty he saw was wrong.

Hence the Judge inside Alexius ruled that the experience of a World far away from the known one should be eliminated and the ones to blame for it should be punished. But, although the Executioner worked hard on doing that, the bad experience did not go away and the guilty ones could not be found. This enhanced Alexius´ feeling of being wrongful treated. But when he was about to explode, he suddenly had enough of feeling entrapped by conditioned judgments and solutions.

So he stopped deciding between right and wrong. Hence there was no punishment to be ruled out by the Judge and, consequently, nothing for the Executioner to set right. Of course, that did not mean the bad World disappeared. But that instead of trying to get rid of it, Alexius included it. Thus what he had perceived as bad did not seem to hide, everything was fine as it was. Nothing was wrong or missing. The moment was the perfect moment.

In the middle of nowhere, Alexius had no need to go anywhere. The moment was perfect as it was.

This was not an intellectual but an emotional change for Alexius. When he stopped trying to get rid of his frustrations of feeling stuck, he burst out in laughter because there was nothing he needed to escape. Thus the journey in the rainforest seemed to mirror running from the moment as it is until, suddenly, out of nowhere, Alexius did not look for anything to fix.

It looks like there is a unique bird is sitting on the tree. But it is a hallucination. The ´bird´ is not a separate entity but part of the tree, which is part of the rainforest, which is … Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Life sees no differences
The foursome of Person, World, Judge and Executioner consider themselves essential in making a world defined by time and space appear real. Yet, they cannot do that without breathing. But it does not seem to care about them because no matter what and where the foursome makes us appear to be, the breath steadily goes on.

In other words, just like electricity does not see what a bulb illuminates in a room due to the power of electricity, the force behind the breath, namely life´s formlessness, does not know what it empowers. Also, like nobody illuminated by electricity can see it, a Person empowered by life´s formlessness cannot realise it because it is not contained in what it empowers. That is why, like a movie or a book consists of nothing but symbols, the foursome and everything they seem to manifest is a symbol of life.

In the case of Alexius, he is aware of this because having vague memories of falling through a black hole into the formlessness of oneness, he knows there is nothing but the formlessness of oneness (see hack #6.1 From the inner senses through a black hole into that which is one). However, that is beyond the subject of this article. So we round up by exploring the perfect moment Alexius discovered in the rain forest:

What a perfect moment hanging in the air.

Every moment is the perfect moment. Nothing is wrong or missing. This was crystal clear to Alexius, hanging in the air when he was wired up from the rainforest by a helicopter. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

A perfect moment is all-inclusive
Life´s formlessness includes everything because formlessness is endless, so there is nothing but that. Since a perfect moment is inclusive, it confirms the formlessness of life, whereas living in the now denies it, as it excludes thoughts of the perceived future and past.

A perfect moment can last the whole hour you bravely make your way through bushes of thorny lianas, or the second you feel the horror of going through thorny bushes replaced with the relief of getting out, or the minutes you see a helicopter circling around to find you. Or a whole day where you forget everything about the perfect moment and hate the rainforest.

Any thought or feeling passing by is part of the totality that makes a perfect moment. It is not flawless like a music video, though. There are ups and downs, but they are comparable to the thrill of riding up and down on a roller coaster.

The idea of a perfect moment or giving symbols of life back to life´s formlessness only works within a world defined by time and space. Therefore, like anything else in such a world, they must be given up at some point. ´To give up´ must also go, as it is only in such a world there is something to give up.

In other words, the articles in Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings are written within the illusion of a world defined by time and space. Otherwise, there would be nothing to write about!

In 1972 Alexius bid welcome the enlightenment of that which is one. However, after telling someone about it, he realised he could not share it. Hence he refrained from that until meeting his astral friend Gudruång on a trip to Crete in 2004. But it was not until after Alexius was rescued from the rainforest, that Gudruång told him to tell his story about the enlightenment of that which is one to the world.

It took a year before Alexius began writing and two more years before he started publishing it. And he had no idea that it would turn into eight duality hacks. Actually, he had never used the word duality before he started writing his enlightened non-teachings.

At first, he was blown out by his realisation in the rainforest that every moment is the perfect moment. But maybe this was more a personal thing. After all, not many can go on a similar trip into the rainforest. Besides, it is pretty dangerous. So maybe you are better off going with the duality flow, which is very much like a perfect moment. See hack #4.4 The duality flow goes to non-duality.

You could also take it a step further like we do in the nest hack, hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is pure bliss, or in hack #5.2 Uncontrolled speed leads to a state of not-knowing.

NOTEThis article is part of hack #3.1 Every moment is the perfect moment.

Remembering to forget what is not one, you relate to what seems different from you as a symbol of that which is one [DRAFT]

To appear as different as if you are something special is the name of the game.

To appear different, you try to be something special. To be is the name of the game. Yet not too much or too little, but exactly what is accepted as the amount of speciality that makes you different from others. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

There is no death because if it life includes that, it is not life. And as life is it is that which is one, what is not one is not life but nothing. Besides, there is no more than that which is one, since it is formless and therefore endless. So if you see more than one, you are nowhere. Since there is no more than that which is one, this does not mean, you are not that which is one, But it means, that if you see more than one, you are dreaming.

If you are having a dream about a world where there seems to be more than one, it is best to play along as if you are there, so even that which is you is no different from the formlessness of that which is one you act as if you are someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one. Knowing this is your role in the dream, it is not a problem, that there appears to be more than you. You just relate to them, as if they are you, regardless they may seem to be more or less than you.

To appear different from others is essential in a dream where there seems to be more than one, so you go along as if you are different from others and, therefore, separated from everything, although there is nobody except you, who are alone together with the appearances of your dream.

You can read more about alone together in the articles Alone together you bid welcome the enlightenment of that which is one  or hack #7 ´Alone together´ is the key to that which is one.

When you relate to everything as if it is you, the apparent differences between the experiencer and the experienced do not make a difference.

Guinevere. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

That is why Alexius perceives no difference between writing this and talking with the cat Guinevere, who appears to be outside of him and does not understand a word of what he is saying. He also loves talking with his soap dispenser, which looks like a cute animal, and like Guinevere, it always answering him, though there is no one there. But neither the rest of the world. It is all made up, and so is the response we seem to get or not.

The same applies to the so-called inner ´voice´, which he calls Gudruång (spoken with a soft ´D´ and ending in an echo of the enlightenment of that which is one), that he likes to imagine is the voice behind these non-teachings.

Gudruång cannot be seen or heard, since he is nothing. The same applies to you and me, but as we either believe or pretend to be something, we seem to see and hear each other within a collectively established framework of what is real.

Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings works within this limitation and uses it to undo the appearance of it, so that the idea of sensing something definable – whether so-called spiritual or mundane – does not hide, that which cannot be sensed, since it is that which is one and since it is formless and therefore endless, so there is no more than that which is one and it takes more than one to sense something.

Ultimately there is no difference between Gudruång and Alexius or anything else perceivable. It is all equally illusionary. But just like within the context of a world where there seems to be more than one, a word like milk is not milk. The word is an illusion that looks nothing like milk. Yet it symbolises it. Likewise, you, Gudruång and Alexius and everything that we experience is symbols of that which is one.

Selfie. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Even though Gudruång and Alexius are connected in the sense that they both symbolise the same, it seems that Alexius must choose to be connected with Gudruång, who on the other hand is always is connected with him. In the same manner, you must connect with Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings, though they are always connected with you.

That Alexius is comforted by Gudruång does not mean, that apparently bad things does not happen to him – like for example being beaten up again and again by his father, when he was a child – but that whatever he seems to feel, he knows it is just another symbol of that which is one.

To resume, acknowledging the difference between you and something else in a world where there seems to be more than one, but not interpreting the difference to make a difference, everything is a symbol of that which is one. If you do not sense this, you are far from not connected. You are connected when you must realise, everything you know is wrong – also what you think, you have just have read.

I pretend to look out my widow seeing this. You can also pretend seeing this, but you cannot be there.

When Alexius looks out his window, he seems to see this, and via this simulation, you seem to see the same. You cannot be there, however, but you can pretend that you are there. Likewise, that which is you cannot be in a world defined by time and space, because that which is you is no different from that which is one, and as it is formless it is endless, there is no more than formlessness. Yet you can pretend to be in a world defined by time and space. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

It is a myth that you get fat from eating fat. If you are eating the right ones in the right way* you, actually, lose weight – also in regards to the fat mass. It is like concluding, you get green from eating greens!

It is also a myth to think, that you become someone definitive in a world defined by time and space. It is not possible, because that which is you is no different from that which is one, and that is invisible, as it takes more than one to be seen.

Only something definable can be seen, but as that which is one is formless and therefore endless, everything seen is an illusion. But as there is no illusion without reality, everything seen is a symbol of that which is real, namely the formlessness of that which is you.

The way you look at a world where there seems to be more than one symbolises what you think you are. If you perceive there is something missing in such a world, you have forgotten that which is you is the formlessness of oneness, because formlessness is endless and therefore everything, so nothing can be missing.

But if you perceive everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as symbols of that which is one, their apparent difference make no difference. Hence the belief in separation cannot be upheld and so nothing is missing.

In a game like Monopoly, it is not possible to actually be in one of its cars or become anything real in its world. Yet it is possible to pretend to be there. Likewise, you can never become someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one, but you can pretend to be someone definitive ´there´.

Where you pretend to be nothing is real, but symbols of that which is. Hence it is not a problem to appear as someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one. Everything including angels, astral planes and whatnot are symbols of that which is real, namely the formlessness of that which is you.

To believe something is right or wrong is to believe separation is possible.

To believe something is right or wrong is to believe separation is possible.

Most ascended masters seem to be into saving the world, as without it they will lose their status as divine beings. This does not apply to the voice behind Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings, which is called Gudruång. In that context, Gudruång would rather terminate everything in the world including so-called divine beings, which is just as separated from that which is one, as everything in the world. But that is not possible.

Persons can be compared to a spellchecker, that automatically corrects for instance this article, although it has absolutely no idea about what is written in it. The spellchecker just notice things according to how it is conditioned. Likewise persons have no idea about what the world is. They just notice what they are conditioned to and part of that conditioning is to believe it is real, even though it is not.

Gudruång is like e.g antimatter not a tangible energy, but like antimatter Gudruång and everything else in the world is definable. What can be defined can be sensed one way or the other. Yet everything that can be sensed is an illusion, because it takes two to be aware of something and that which is real is one.

Gudruång is like antimatter. It is not tangible energy. But like antimatter Gudruång and everything else in the world is definable. What can be defined can be sensed one way or the other. Yet everything that can be sensed is an illusion because it takes two to be aware of something and that which is real is one.

The world can neither be saved nor terminated because it is not there. It is make-believe – this includes angels, astral planes, ascended masters and whatnot – but as long as it is upheld as real, that which is one is hidden behind the belief of a world defined by time and space. This world of separation is upheld by two, so in the world, it takes two to become one. That is what the mission of Gudruång can be compared to. In other words, Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings have nothing to do with the common ideas of ascended masters making a merry-go-round world with you as co-creator. On the contrary. It is about undoing the belief of the world including that you are there.

This article is a nota bene to the mentioning of Gudruång and ascended masters in the previous article Do not believe in anything.

The idea of a god creating the world and a divine hierarchy helping ´him´ is the first step of separation from that which is one – and the idea that you can become an ascended master, that helps the world from an astral plane is an extension of that separation.

Ascended masters like to give the impression, that they have a divine consciousness and that out of love, they want to share it with humanity. The truth is that they need humanity to believe in them as divine, because without that belief they do not appear as divine beings. Consequently it is actually them who need the help of humanity.

Yet in the usual way of the ego they hide this. But first of all though they hide that to help somebody is an act of separation. That which is one needs no help, and that which is not one cannot be helped, because there is no more than that which is one.

The conclusion of this article is not that most ascended masters like most humans are wrong and that Gudruång, Alexius and those, who agree that the world is an illusion and only that which is one is real, are right. To conclude that would be to continue the path of separation, which confirms the world as real.

If the world is an illusion both right or wrong is an illusion and so is the assertion of this article God is the first step of separation from that which is one because if there is no world, there is no separation. In other words, the conclusion is rather the same as in the previous article: Do not believe in anything. That which is real does not need to be believed or proven right, so without a belief that which is real is that which is you.

If you do not believe in anything, you do not know what and where you are, and if so you need not read more of Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings. But if you still believe in something – even just a little bit – continuing reading Alexius´ Enlightened Non-Teachings can be a way to help yourself unlearning the belief in separation.

These non teachings are not meant to become a religion or a philosophy that points out what is bad and to be avoided and what is good and to be to be followed. It is a waste of time trying not to judge something as good or bad, because as long as you appear in the world you can only navigate there through contrasts, that you to some degree have to believe reflect the world as if it is real. If you have sensed this is not so, one way to not believe anything is to see all judgments as symbols of that which needs not to believed, namely that which is real. In other words, that which is.

NOTE: This article about seeing everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as symbols of that which is one is part of hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of life. If you want to read more about undoing the belief in being someone definitive by pretending to be it, check out hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation.