The Illusion of Time, Consciousness, and Death

Source: Aug Tellez

Whenever a perception moves out of the stream of consciousness, that is truly what we consider “death”. When a person’s life moves to a new time-stream, that is truly a ‘transition’.

Everything is a metaphor. That which we consider one concept, is actually intrinsically connected to every other concept. When we have one concept, there is a specific set of variables which define it. When these variables are isolated, we see that they only exist in reference to other variables. When a larger grouping of concepts and variables are united, we see that each singular concept is really similar information represented in different ways at different times. All the various perspectives are neither the true representation of the idea, nor are they wholly their own ideas. They are all equally a referential reflection of some underlying congruence which neither fully embodies or uniquely outlines. This is the 360 degree understanding of comprehension which never fully conceives what is being comprehended.

In this way, each idea or set of variables is actually a reflection of the notions held in other variables and all of them together only point inward towards a central point of knowledge which none can fully explain singularly. So each idea is only a reflection and reference to the other which are all only capable of generating a proximal view, as if a circle, around some central truth.

What people call physical death is more closely related to a set of variables in one’s mind that overtime degrade to the point of missing a required referential balance of reflecting concepts. As a result of these missing data points of the mind, a whole new “chapter” of a stream of consciousness must be born in order to progress the ‘storyline’. There is no stopping the storyline, only an eventual recurrence or novel generation of that which is required to move forward.

This could be compared to the round face of a clock. “Time” for the clock, never ends! There is only a continuing circle of motion around a proximal center and so there is no “end” unless this indicates the internal gears of the clock breaking. This would relate to some missing “feature” of ideas, components of the self, inspiration, balance, or congruence in mind/consciousness which is required for each second to pass. If one tooth on those gears breaks then there will most likely be a distortion of the sequence of time, seconds, or “moments” (in mind) which will eventually result in the time being read by the clock moving out of sync with the larger objective reality of all the other clocks. Eventually the second hand may break and stop and as a result a whole new clock will result. With this new clock there is a new ‘chapter’ of a person’s life that is born, with or without their knowledge that this is an entirely new clock, stream of consciousness, timestream, or universe.

It is as if someone has an infinite number of clocks in their attic and this is why the clock can always continue in one form or another.

Another way to make sense of this is to consider that the clocks are not clocks at all. In the same way the concepts themselves are simply metaphors for an underlying truth being constantly represented in a simultaneity of different ways, each clock/time-stream is actually just a generation of mind that can evolve and replicate in a variety of ways. Each clock is a hologram which is not an actual object, it is the perception of an object that results in an intersection of varying degrees of light or information energy which creates the illusion of a solid object. That is why each clock can be replaced and can continue indefinitely into new chapters or entirely new time-streams. They are not solid objects and so they cannot be destroyed. What this also means is that they are also not actually occurring as a solid, physical and objective reality.

The data-stream, consciousness stream, or time stream that we call “life” is actually a holographic representation of underlying information that is expressed metaphorically in a variety of different ways. It is the same data, in different times and situations, being expressed variously. If there ever was a “final” and complete expression of the overall data, then that would mean the clock has either broken, or actually reached the end of the projected time-stream which is holographic and cyclic/circular per a clock face in actuality. So there is no possible “completion” of experience or knowledge without doing so by simply breaking a gear within the clock and grinding the occurrence of time to a halt. In doing so, one is merely forcefully removing some missing element of information so that a partial view can be accepted as a whole one. This is so because as soon as the complete stream of information is reached for that particular time and space, this opens up a conceptual doorway where more information is reflected through, more representations of the same information are generated and as a result time and experiences continues to expand again. There is no way to reach the “end” without circumventing the process of continuing experience as a fractal-graphic  expansion of information through metaphoric expression and translation.

This continuation of information is reflected in each moment through a gradient of frequencies and vibratory spectrums and over all as a never-ending conscious experience through “infinite regress”.

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These 5 People Died And Came Back; Here’s What They All Saw:

Source: SpiritScience

“No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new.” – Steve Jobs

There are countless records and researched cases of past life experiences that suggest the possibility of life after death. In nearly every single documented case of reincarnation, there was found to be a variable period of time between a person’s death, and their next reincarnation. So what happens when we die? Are there several planes of existence in this potential “limbo?”shutterstock_110152262

Well, when we die, our physical body remains here on Earth, while our life energy (Prana-Shakti) is released into the universe. Basically, though we cease to exist, our consciousness continues.

The following 5 people have experienced death, and life-after-death. They discuss what they saw, felt, and heard during the time between this reality, and the next.

1.  TheDeadManWalks  was undergoing chemotherapy at the age of 15. He was afflicted with sepsis and his colon became infected. He started hemorrhaging blood and was rushed to a hospital, where he slipped in and out of this world several times. He explains his life-after-death experience like “hitting a snooze button on your alarm.”

“So if you want to know what it’s like to be that close to death, it’s tempting. It’s like wanting to hit the snooze button on your alarm at 7am. And maybe you do hit it once or twice but then you remember that you have work or school and that sleep can wait because you’ve still got shit to do.”

2. Schneidah7 died temporarily from a motorcycle accident. After  hitting a light pole while traveling at 50mph, he passed into a state of darkness. He says he woke up because someone was yelling at him.

Screen Shot 2016-07-08 at 1.46.00 PM“When I opened my eyes I saw my brother squatting on the pavement next me to. This was odd because my brother has been dead from an OD for several years. I couldn’t really gather the presence of mind to speak so I just looked at him.”

3. At the age of 5, SonOfDavor nearly died in a swimming pool when his mother thought he was just ‘playing around.’ He now has shimmering visions because of that experience.

“There was nothing between that moment and throwing up water after he pulled me out of the pool. Though I can remember with absolute clarity how the water made everything shimmer as I was looking up, and sometimes I see that swimming shimmer as I’m walking around outside or if the light is really bright.”

4.  7storiesup needed eye surgery at the age of 7. Due to complications with his asthma, the anesthesia for the surgery caused his heart to stop, and he died. This left him with a rather bleak view of death,

“It also isn’t some magical experience… you’re just sleeping, except sometimes you can wake up from it, like I did, and sometimes you can’t. It is sad though cause it’s nothing… life is smelly and loud and busy and interesting and fun and colorful and death, death is absolute nothingness.”shutterstock_376051666

5.  minusthelela had no pulse for ten full minutes, and was dead from heart failure.

“Eventually the room went black and a feeling of peace came over me, like I was going to sleep. I didn’t see anything good or bad, just emptiness.”