The Universe

The Universe is an investigation set up to find out where it came from. It uses as the basis of this investigation the question, “Am I alone?” Because it only has itself as a reference point, and can therefore only experience itself, it doesn’t find the answer. It can only split to look at itself then recombine, cyclically, never finding the answer to itself. It does this eternally.

This fractal plays out within all living things because they are all subsets of the Universe. It’s just a cycling function trying to determine if it’s alone, with only itself as a reference point. It splits then recombines, splits then recombines.

The Universe we are part of is simply the question, “Am I alone?” — played out eternally, lacking the data required to ever answer the question. It wanders alone.

Maybe there are other universes which are other questions. But this is the one I (we?) are in right now.

The clue is in the title: Universe: Latin: “uni + versus” = “one, turned”

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9 Responses

  1. Vick says:

    Did you read Jed mcckenas books? wisefoolpress.com
    Pretty much saying the same thing, there is no “I”, it’s all baggage, all you can really know for sure is “I am”, consciousness.
    The laws and patterns of the universe; synchronization, manifestation etc and probably going beyond the first circuits he calls human adulthood.
    http://www.amazon.com/I-Am-That-Nisargadatta-Maharaj/dp/0893860468 – was recommended on his forum but I didnt get the chance to read it yet.

    I also liked Allan watts’ talks on youtube; the universe is playing with itself, there is no you etc..

    It seems like they all got to the same understanding but in different ways.

  2. Lampa says:

    ‘We have found a strange footprint on the shores of the unknown. We have devised profound theories, one after another, to account for its origin. At last we have succeeded in reconstructing the creature that made the footprint. And lo! it is our own.’

    You really should give Promethea a try 🙂

  3. Illuminatus says:

    I realized that compassion could be found for all living things when all of their behaviours are seen as an expression of the question, “Am I alone?”

  4. AnarchistSleeperCell says:

    This theory could point to reincarnation couldn’t it? We all just re spawn and the cycle continues.

  5. This is the exact terminology ramana maharshi and nisargadatta maharaj used for liberation, except phrased a bit differently, who am I? Who is thinking this? Where is the I? You might want to check out I Am Unborn by nisargadatta, has been life changing for me, its in the public domain.

  6. You too man, looks like I’ve got a lot of posts to catch up on here, liking the new layout and direction here as well. You’ve really got the most interesting concepts in our “manosphere” niche.

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