The world exists in and as time & space.
Something time- & spaceless must allow for it.
Both make up reality.
And that’s what we are.
It’s a simple logic. It has a mathematical simplicity.
And it’s also something we can explore for ourselves – in immediacy.
The easiest way I have found is through the Headless experiments and the Big Mind Process.
Note: When it’s said so simple, we see that calling it “spirituality” is too much. It’s much simpler than that. Much more immediate. Much more fundamental. And there is also a risk in making it so simple and so logical. The mind can tell itself that since it’s simple and logical, it gets it. But that’s not really getting it. Getting it is to find ourselves as the time- and spaceless that’s full of the world, and is the world. To find it in immediacy.
- a simple logic
- something timeless/spaceless allows for time/space
- both make up reality
- and that’s what we really are
- mathematical simplicity, and also (can be) direct experience