La Grande Illusion

 

 

From ‘The Journey That Never Was’ :

“It is freedom from the world that the deepest part of you seeks, knowing that in overcoming the world all that is left is God which is all there ever has been and all there ever will be.”

In Red Pill.

Closing in on the true nature of quantum reality.

 

 

 

False memory syndrome and repeat memory syndrome.

‘Save yourself another journey.’

 

 

In Dreams.

 

 

From iAhuasca :

The changing information which we experience as world is an unfolding narrative. It tells about the death of a woman. This woman who died long ago was one of the primordial twins. She was half of the divine syzygy. The purpose of the narrative is the recollection of her and of her death. The Mind does not wish to forget her. Thus the ratiocination of the Brain consists of a permanent record of her existence, and if read will be understood this way. All the information processed by the Brain — experienced by us as the arranging and rearranging of physical objects — is an attempt at this preservation of her; stones and rocks and sticks and amoebae are traces of her. The record of her existence and passing is ordered onto the meanest level of reality by the suffering Mind which is now alone.

This loneliness, this anguish of the bereaved Mind, is felt by every constituent of the universe. All its constitutes are alive.

 

 

 

Betcha By Golly Wow.

 

10 thoughts on “La Grande Illusion

  1. ‘To see the world as Maya means to look through the illusion to the divine presence behind it. The reality is known for those who do not think they know and it is unknown to those who think that they know. True knowledge is not information about appearances. It is knowledge by identity, in which we become one with all that we see. It requires that we see with the light of the heart, not with the memories of the mind.’

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    1. Last night, Cade and I remote viewed ‘The Krays’ from 1990…

      … And then I mentioned it to Leggy…

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  2. Segregation? Really? This again!!!
    From Latin segregatus, past participle of segregare ‘set apart, lay aside; isolate; divide,’ literally ‘separate from the flock’.

    The Grand Illusion and The Eye of the Beholder

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