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LATEST CONVERSATIONS: The Cycle of Samsara and Science

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As there has never been anything outside of your experience, your experience is that to which all conceptual models are relating.

Mathematics does not relate to the physical realm. The physical realm does not relate to mathematics.

Every system of thought, when traced to it’s source, will relate to/be a model of, the immediate interaction of the consciousness engaged in that very system of thought.

Every physical phenomena, when traced to it’s source, will relate to/be a model of, the immediate interaction of the consciousness engaged in/focused upon, the sensations that give rise to the appearance of those physical phenomena.

Thinking is relating directly, immediately, to the thinker. Sensing is relating directly, immediately, to the sensor. Thought and physicality are parallel systems, each emerging from and concluding to, Self. All apparent similarities between thought/mind and action/matter stem from this parallel existence.

If consciousness does not recognize that both systems independently relate directly, immediately to Self – that Self is the Source – it will attempt to join thought and physicality. That is, it will confuse thought as relating to physicality and/or physicality as relating to thought. The more consciousness attempts to connect the two systems at a Source outside of Self, the more convincing the illusion will become that they are causally related.

Consciousness that follows this illusion will believe that it is ‘getting closer’ to Source. It is not. Until such consciousness Realizes that all mental and physical phenomena are distinct mirror-images, directly, immediately revealing Self, it will believe that the mirrors are reflecting each other.

Such consciousness will be lost in delusion, re-creating metaphor based upon metaphor, not Realizing Reality/Self.

Cycle upon cycle upon cycle…

The Cycle of Samsara and Science

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