The Density of Physical Reality and the Thinning of the Veil
It's fascinating how the concept of the Density of Physical Reality reflects our common understanding of what is true. As the expression goes, "If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, then it probably is a duck." However, in Western culture, there seems to be a tendency to prove that something is indeed a duck, rather than simply accepting it as true. This quest for proof sometimes obscures the pure essence of what we're trying to understand. It's important to appreciate the simplicity and beauty of accepting things as they are without getting too caught up in endless proofs. When contemplating the vastness of life and its intricacies, it seems only natural to ponder the before, during, and after. By exploring these aspects allows us to gain a deeper understanding of our existence. It is intriguing how certain religious texts, acknowledge the presence of outside influences in our everyday lives. Some of the older religions provide insights into an intermediate state of being, whilst all emphasize the importance of living in the present moment. This concept, often referred to as "the power of now," encourages us to embrace each moment with mindfulness and appreciation. By acknowledging all these ideas, we open ourselves up to a greater sense of connection and awareness in our journey through life as we know it and beyond.
Exploring the concept of life itself and how we define it is a fascinating journey. Some may argue that physical reality, the 3-dimensional world we experience, is all there is. We are born, we live, we die. However, as we delve into different cultures and their spiritual beliefs, we find that every culture, regardless of location, acknowledges an intermediate state between life and death. This recognition highlights the universal acknowledgement of a transitional phase that exists beyond our earthly existence.
Spiritual belief is not necessarily religious belief. While all religious belief is based on spiritual knowledge, spiritual belief itself is not dependent on religion. Jesus, Buddha, Allah, gods, and deities are all acknowledged as spiritual figures, despite not being religious. It is humanity that has decided to interpret and apply religion as it deems appropriate.
Throughout the history of human civilization, the concept of the intermediate state between life and death has been acknowledged and pondered upon by every culture on our diverse planet. While some may deny its existence, this fascinating phenomenon has captivated the minds of many, leading to extensive studies conducted by scientists, clinicians, and deep exploration by philosophers. It's a topic that sparks curiosity and contemplation in almost everyone at some point in their lives.
The density of physical reality and the thinning of the veil that separates different realities can be achieved relatively easily. It is a natural state of being once we remove the realization that the world exists solely on a three-dimensional level. The density of physical reality is, in fact, an illusion.