“Everything exists at once. That is the essential nature of things here in the mind cave. The abstraction, called spacetime, expands to infinity and contracts again in a nanosecond. It occurs in the brain of some unnameable entity that may or may not exist. It is the first and final flash of consciousness. It is your lifetime and mine.”
“Who are you talking to?”
“Just typing this out somewhere, Keith.”
“Somewhere like your life on Earth.”
“Have to get it out there. I used to be that way.”
“I know, man.”
The attempt to rationalize all this continues – if only for the occasional reminder that I need to keep myself grounded in some kind of objective reality. Why that’s important is one of several things that are beyond me at this point. I do alright on auto-pilot.
The boundaries that used to separate one type of awareness from another have disappeared. At some point in this waking dream I begin to see all people, places and times, all forms of life and states of consciousness are present simultaneously – in an infinite moment, called “my life”.
“Hey, check this out.”
The cave walls are alive with multicolor patterns and moving images – inner visions of the human mind.
“Amazing, man. Are you seeing what I see?”