The Nothingness We Are

Gary Suchor (@zensuchor) 9 years, 4 months ago

Hello fellow HEthens!

As I was lying in my bed last night slipping into my meditative state, a sudden thought re-emerged in the forefront of my being and the thought was this: that we are composed primarily of nothing. That is, the spaces between our atoms are so great, if they were enlarged to our “size”, the atoms would be likened to tennis balls with miles separating each ball, or “atom”. I knew this fact before, having learned it in a university lecture; but last night, I felt like I truely understood who I was with the information. Last night, suddenly knew that I was mostly nothing.

And yet, I am everything! I am the entire universe. Therefore, while “you” are reading this, it is only me enlighteneing myself. I would have to agree with the philosophy that we are all “God”. And not only are we everything, we are nothing. For the “thing” we are is entirely dependant upon the “nothingness” which is neccessary to understand the every”thing”.
Also, I was thinking… if E=m(c*c)… would not all matter contain every piece of knowledge? That is, since thoughts are entirely electronic signals, wouldn’t matter be thoughts, or knowledge, that is not at its “potenial”?

Let me know what you all think.

April 17, 2013 at 9:21 am
Psychonaut (133) (@psychonaut) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@zensuchor, Well done, you are certainly on the path to enlightenment. Would you regard nothing as the same as non-being?

Anonymous (177) (@) 9 years, 4 months ago ago

@zensuchor, okay, now “know” it in the wordless

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