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Let’s start with a look at the colors we see.
Because soberly speaking, there are only different electromagnetic wavelengths. From the range from 380 nm to about 780 nm our mind conjures up the illusion of colors, which “in reality” does not exist, respectively. The wave lengths are translated into such colours that do not really exist outside our minds! Similar to sounds, sounds, melodies: From a very narrow range of atmospheric density fluctuations (16 to approx. 20,000 Hz) our mind creates the hallucination of music, respectively. These density fluctuations are translated into a high impression that is not present outside our brain in real terms. Let us think of fragrances: perhaps there are chemical substances in a reality. Fragrances, however, are in any case illusions that arise only in our heads.
Imagine having the eyes of an eagle or bee that could allow you to perceive another part of the electromagnetic wave spectrum.The world would look completely different for you, even though it basically wouldn’t have changed. The same applies to the ears, for example, thinks of the highly sensitive perceptual organs of a bat. She can hear high-frequency sounds that are inaudible to us humans. Our sensual world of experience is therefore something deeply subjective. Nevertheless, we fall into the temptation to keep them for an objective reality.
Finally, we have the comforting impression of being surrounded by material bodies of solid substance, although on closer inspection this matter dissolves before our eyes.Measurements reveal that 99% of the space in the atom is empty and that the quarks as the smallest elementary particles, of a bloody oscillation, at least do not consist of anything material.
At the beginning of the 20th century it was still thought that all the laws of physics had been found.The so-called “classical physics” was a world view of solid matter and its laws, a maya science, so to speak, because the world was considered objective and separated from man. Space and time were unchanging greats. But then Einstein came and with his theory of relativity brought the foundations of classical physics to a halt. Suddenly, time and space were no longer constant. Time could stretch or shorten, space could bend. A shock for the old-school physicists! For them, a seemingly stable world view collapsed. But it got worse. Quantum mechanics brought to light many more strange properties of physical reality. This led to the development of “modern physics”, which today relativizes and enlarges classical physics.
The later you get the speed of light, the slower the time passes until it stops when the speed of light is reached.In other words, there is neither time nor space for the light itself, only zero-dimensional singularity.
So all things arise in the mind or in the spirit.are a creation of the (single and only) Spirit. What we perceive is not an outside world, but appears in our consciousness. If you e.g. seeing a tree, electro-chemical signals are generated in your retina, which create the image of the tree in a small point of your brain. Whether there is a drasure (incl. of the perception process) is actually something that triggers this stimulus, you can not really check. Your perception of the world (including the perception process itself) is no different from the perception of a dream. Our whole experience is a construction of the mind, a form that appears in consciousness. These spiritual forms are not formed by physical substance, but by spirit. We imagine that a world would be as drowned as the forms that appear in consciousness. What seems to us to be the fundamental dimensions and attributes of the physical world are space, time, matter and energy, and only the basic dimensions and properties of the forms that appear in consciousness. So matter is made of spirit, more than that, it is spirit. The observed, the process of observation and we, the observer, are one.
The presence of other people and opinions, an environment, of ambiguities or measuring devices, is common in common that these and their results or effects arise in our consciousness, otherwise they would not exist.
The very idea that something might exist outside of consciousness entails in itself a fundamentally unjustified and inappropriate objection, since what is outside of consciousness must also become a content of consciousness.Otherwise, there could be no awareness that something would be outside of consciousness. Nor is it possible that something that is not self-conscious in character can become a content of consciousness, since the content of consciousness must be brought into relation to consciousness in order to become its content in general.
So since there is nothing beyond your perception of your inner world, you must have forcibly constructed (created) it alone.The whole world, all philosophers, gurus, all fellow human beings are your own invention, a projection into the emptiness of your being, in the midst of the darkness of >I-Bin<, the only true reality that comes to your only and sole consciousness! Call yourself a creator, God or serder, what does this matter for a place where there is nothing but you? Nothing out of you and your hallucination that you identify with to escape the madness. Recognize that you are alone: The >I-Bin< in the emptiness of the darkness of your own consciousness.
(Darkness and light are one and the same thing: in a “harmonic balance”, the light finds nothing to reflect on and is therefore dark.Look at the full moon: An equally large area next to this one contains just as much light and yet appears dark!)
This is really interesting and theoretically conceivable, but I am sure that our existence and every single consciousness is then, much more complex and complicated than described in their text.
An example.. if everything is based only on the illusions we have created, then…
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