If you had to live only a couple of days:
- Would you leave your fogged-up glasses blurring your view, or would you wipe them for clear-sightedness to enjoy the view right away?
- Would you continue to look through angry, vengeful lenses at others and suffer from bad mood?
- Would you look out for more things to put into your storehouse and be concerned about the stuff’s security?
- Would you continue to spend time learning things you don’t like enough to call them your hobby to be pursued even after your retirement?
All these choices would be as awareness sub-intelligent at the end of your life as they are now. We are all the same distance from death. The future is always endlessly close to the present. And so is the past. In that sense, if you can learn to close the gap between your intra-past, inter-present, and extra-future, eternal life is yours.
The good thing to know is that whether alive or dead, you’ve been there before, and you are there forever.
Learning to die during a lifetime and disembody reality is undoing the enslavement of a malaware mind.
Death is not an event; it is a continuous process towards the end of our physical existence. Therefore, personal growth in one’s lifetime, at its core, is to learn to die. Awareness Intelligence is the ability to instantaneously think through such virtual deaths from the intra-past, through the inter-present, and to the extra-future at any time and in any situation to effectuate such personal growth.
Death is simply the extension of life; just with a bit more significant bodily change than in previous growth phases of the soul.
Through all three tenets of Awareness Intelligence, the continuity of deathless life on the far side of its physical existence can be experienced.
Chapter 27 – Physical spacelessness and spatial mentalness
— In love for my daughter Natalie and all children of this world. —