3.3 What is death?

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Summary:
The great, universal consciousness that you really are, that your private interpretations, thoughts and experiences curl on top of - it does not die when you die. Nor was it born when you were born.
3.3.0-1  What happens when the ego, the experienced body, dies? The body is a performance, nothing material. The notion of the body has created the notion of the self. This notion, the belief in an ego, is a ripple on top of the great, universal consciousness. This ego is an interpretation of the universal consciousness. The ego is also an experience, because consciousness IS to interpret and experience the interpreted, be the interpreted. The experience of being a body, an ego.

3.3.0-2  What happens when the ego, the experienced body and yours experienced I, die? Does your consciousness die then? Will you be gone forever?

3.3.0-3  The answer is no. Listen now. Understand this. Comfort yourself with this. Rest.

3.3.0-4  Consciousness never dies. But your experience of a body and an I that has private thoughts - it ends.

3.3.0-5  The great, universal consciousness that you really are, that your private interpretations, thoughts and experiences curl on top of - it does not die when you die. Nor was it born when you were born.

3.3.0-6  In theory, the following should happen when you die: You experience leaving the body. You experience that you are no longer this body, but something that is outside of physical form. You are still in time and space, but you are not your body. Your seemingly private performance must somehow be turned off. But consciousness is not turned off. It experiences something else. The idea of ​​the body is abandoned. But everything else remains. The experience of the world exists, only the experience of "you" is gone.

3.3.0-7  How is this experienced?

3.3.0-8  Only those who have experienced it can know. More than fifteen million "near-death experiences" have been recorded in the world. We'll look at these in a separate chapter later .

3.3.0-9  Death is a shift in focus. You no longer experience being a body and an individual. Focus is directed towards the body and towards - what then? Nothing? Everything?

3.3.0-10  Awareness IS. It can not arise and not disappear. When the experience of "you" as a separate consciousness is abandoned, the experience shifts to something else. Something that is not perceived as personal. Something that is not a specific place in space and time. Something that is not an object of mass and inertia.

3.3.0-11  You still have access to all knowledge, but you no longer see yourself as an individual. You are the same as the universal consciousness, because that is what you always were.

3.3.0-12  How is this experienced? How is it experienced to be universal consciousness?

3.3.0-13  Raise your hand! What is your answer?

3.3.0-14  Are you free to experience, observe, know everything? Do you have all the knowledge, about everything at all times? Can one experience everything that has happened, everywhere in the whole universe, all creatures that have ever existed. Can you "look" around in this vast universe - literally - and experience any part of it that you want? Do you float around like a formless spirit who sees everything, knows everything?

3.3.0-15  That's a beautiful thought.

3.3.0-16  Can you choose to focus your attention on people you once knew who are now dead and thus "meet them again"? Can you observe the "living"?

3.3.0-17  The pattern. We need to talk a little bit about the static pattern again. Can consciousness re-read any part of it?

3.3.0-18  What you can not see are the private performances that were formed by other seemingly individual egos. These thoughts were thought "beyond".

3.3.0-19  What we are talking about here are not spiritual fantasies or dimensions outside our own. We are talking about the universe we actually experience and which will be able to be experienced both before and after your "ego" has stopped believing in itself, after you are dead.

3.3.0-20  You do not become anything else when you die, you are the same. How could you become anything other than who you are? The world does not work differently when you die, it works as it always has. What has changed is that the idea of ​​you is abandoned. This idea also includes the experience of "you". So when you die, "you" dies, but what experienced "you" is still there. Outside time and space and matter. For all this is only perceptions in the mind, the great consciousness.

3.3.0-21  Where do you focus your thoughts now that you are dead? And you are no longer you?

3.3.0-22  In spiritual literature, this condition is described as ecstatic.