Sunday, December 6, 2009

6 We Are All Here Now

     There is only one time and one place in the universe for any given observer. That place is always right here, right now, at this moment of conscious awareness. All units of consciousness realize their decision-making potential only in the crucible of here and now.
     The future is ungraspable, for no UC can fully know and control the multitude of variables approaching here and now.


     All units of consciousness are inwardly resonating waves propagated within the shell of God’s mind, therefore all UCs are standing exactly in the same no-place. I am exactly where you are, where we all are. I am exactly where God is, where the UC of a quark is, where the UC of a skin cell is. I am no bigger or smaller than any other UC because size is irrelevant where there is no space, and there is no space in the metaverse. No matter the size or complexity of the material to which the UC is attached, from quanta to human to star system, our UCs are all the same no-size in the same no-place.

4 comments:

  1. Take out the god concept and I buy it. I mean why does there have to be king of everything, a higher thing who is in control of all other things (no matter how tiny)in the universe. How is that even possible?

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  2. What attaches a UC to a particular material? And why can't a UC just jump from material to material? What keeps it in the particular material body once it's in there? And how does it get released again?

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  3. To Karyl,

    The god concept here could simply be called the primordial UC, or the model UC. This perfect UC (God's mind) doesn't rule the universe like a king, because all us other UCs have free will and independent action. What the primordial UC gives us is the blueprint and the energy--this is not the same as domination.

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  4. To 13,

    Question 1: unknown

    Question 2: imagine how chaotic it would be -- really catastrophic -- if all UCs jumped about from body to body during a single lifetime. What if one morning your UC was inhabiting a Mexican mother and the next morning your UC was inhabiting a Chinese grandfather, or a cat? It might be okay and interesting for the UC, but others wouldn't know who that person was this morning because yesterday they liked oatmeal and today they only like toast, or kibbles. There would be no continuity of society because you couldn't look at someone and expect who they are and how they will behave. We know GW Bush is a different UC than Barak Obama--what if they switched after the election and now you have Bush again in Obama's body? Wouldn't that be upsetting to the people who elected Obama based upon how his UC could be expected to behave? Or if I married my husband and his UC only to wake up to a stranger's UC the next morning?

    But in the immaterial or energetic realm, such body distinctions are irrelevant because UCs all look alike. And we recognize each other's UCs by essence, not by sight. Different rules apply.

    Question 3: An attached UC feels at home in the body--most UCs wouldn't even consider jumping out--equating that with death. But some UCs do travel about outside their body, such as during "remote viewing" "out of body" travel. In such instances, the body is parked in meditation or sleeping while the UC roams.

    Question 4: UCs are released at the death of the organism. A dead body has no organism UCs attached, but there would remain the simpler UCs attached to the basic material building blocks of matter (atomic structures).

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