Everything is infinitely meaningful, unbound and more… among other things…

Boy, some people’s head are so far up their ass these days, ain’t they? This isn’t really a “new” issue, since there have always been both good and bad, as well as genuine and dishonest people, as well as those with a passion for knoweldge and comprehension, and… unfortunately… there have also been just plain ignorant and stupid motherfuckers.

The particular issues I want to address in this article, concern the psychological fallacy of believing that there is somehow “no such thing as free will”. That everything is machinistic and material, and that the universe is this big thing and that people are little nothings.

What a sad, pathetic world-view. One that is not only completely wrong, but also one that has been indoctrinated into the masses for ages and ages. Why? The more that people become self-loathing and self-mutilating from mental and emotional perspectives, the easier they are to deceive, dupe and exploit, because they don’t sum up any inkling of a desire or determination to do what is right, and evolve themselves; as such, they won’t give a shit about making the world a better place, nor doing anything worthwhile; nihilism is a weak-ass and pathetic “worldview”, and a term that basically translates to “being a scared shitless little bitch, who is afraid to live”.

Likewise, the same goes for information. The less someone knows, the more likely they are to fall hook, line and sinker to someone who either stimulates their sensations or sentiments enough or, for those who believe they are more “intellectually” inclined, to those who deceptively misinterpreted a limited array of knowledge, in a way that suits a particular narrative, viewpoint or agenda. In other words, someone who confuses the current expression of their personal awareness, with the infinite breath and breadth of existence and veyond.

I’ll give an allegory to illustrate my point, about those who erroneously cling to the “materialistic”, “nihilistic” or any other self-degrading world-views, the adherents of which immediately shun any conversation about consciousness and the metaphysical, and other things veyond the illusion of what I call the “story world”, like moles living underground, when they peek ever so slightly up from under the dirt.

Let’s say you look at the motherboard of a computer. The computer has an on/off switch, different circuitry and components, all that jazz. When you press the button and turn the computer on, the current passes through the circuitry and the device comes “alive”. When you press the button, the computer “dies”. Reductioninsts and devout believers in “materialism, nihilism” and all that shit (for indeed, it is a religion, since it ignores information contrary to their preferred “theories”, beliefs and opinions), are those that see that phenomenon, and immediately “conclude” that the computer or motherboard is the “source” of all electricity.

From their limited perspective of having their eyes glued to the innards of the literal or proverbial computer, they would believe that such a claim is “logical” or “scientific”, but it is nothing more than a fallacy that implies dismissing an idea, based on having no evidence of it, to their current personal awareness. That is like a blind man saying there is no such thing as light, based on them just not perceiving it. That is not a scientist. That is a priest wearing a lab coat, with a name-tag labeled “scientist” pinned to it.

Now, to those who are aware of what electricity and energy are, and thus know that it is a force that, while it can obviously be interpreted and expressed through means of a computer or any other kind of device, it is essentially independent of them, but can manifest through the device if it so chooses. It exists regardless of whether or not it is tapped into, by a device.

Likewise with the light and its frequency. It exists no matter if someone has or has not the senses or sensors to perceive it. Likewise with other levels of reality beyond the five or six senses (memory pretty much being a 6th sense, among others), through which most people today perceive and project the world.

It is also a similar thing with free will. You see, free will is never given, nor is it ever taken. That’s why it’s FREE WILL. It is, among other things, the conscious and self-aware aspect of Myself and Ourselves as both individual and infinite, unlimited consciousness, as well as the choice to do anything and everything and veyond, including the choice to directly influence its experience and reality, through means of, among other things, manifesting as an individuated self. In other words, free will is not only something we “have”. It’s something I AND WE ALWAYS AND ALREADY ARE!!!

Although we can express our will in any way, shape or form we choose, free will is far veyond the realm of linearity and time-space, as well as veyond form, in essence. In other words, it is likewise thus veyond the realm of quantification. It’s not something quantifiable. Numbers and math, while a part of the illusory and ostensibly “technical” and “mechanical” aspects of manifested reality, like the dev-code of a video game, are not nearly complex enough to express the intricacy and beauty of feeling, thought, experience, knowing and comprehension, love and so on and so forth. Sure, you can “quantify” how much you like something, how well you perform a particular task or how far you’ve come in whatever manner related to expertise or efficiency, but how do you “quantify” the feeling of seeing a child smile? How do you “quantify” an epiphany or realization? How do you “quantify” self-love and self-respect? How do you “quantify” things like freedom, liberty and defiance, spirituality and so on? Your first kiss? A lover’s embrace? Beauty? Truth? Joy?

You might manage to quantify the biological and energetic “input and output”, the “physiological and chemical reactions” in the body, but the actual feeling, thought or experience itself? It’s far veyond the concept of numbers, math and “technicalities”.

You see, the ostensibly “mechanical” and “machine-like” aspects of the body and the world are to be taken into consideration, but everything that occurs on that level is NOT a “cause” of will, but rather an effect. You press “forward” on your keyboard, and then your character moves forward. The in-game calculations and effects that occur as a result of that, are a reaction to your will as the creator, developer and player of that video-game.

Likewise, the motherboard and how it lights up is not the cause or “source” of electricity, but rather a result of the current passing through it.

Everyone and everything has and is free will, freedom, imagination and intent, choice and desire, among other things…

I and We and Me are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited, truly unbound freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…



Those that do not remember that, have chosen to forget; and then to forget that they have forgotten who and what they are. If they ever want to remember, they are to choose to do so.

There is no small or large, outside the temporal illusion. While such measurements are useful for the ego to get around and function in this illusory realm that people call “reality”, they are no more “real” that the attributes your RPG character displays on their game sheet. Having more attribute points to spend in improving your in-game persona can obviously be fun, but what’s the point of it, if you become so addicted to the game, that you forget yourself and who you are, veyond it?

How is it that two people (or any other entity) can be born or manifested in whatever way, in exactly the same circumstances, experience the exact same things, and sometimes even have exactly the same genetic makeup (identical twins, for example), yet can grow to be completely different people? How can two cars, exactly the same model and exactly the same configuration, drive completely different roads, at different speeds, at different “times”? The answer is the driver. The answer is free will and choice, imagination, intent, desire and discernment, among other things…

The very notion that you even think and feel, think about thinking, feel about feeling… feel about thinking and think about feeling… the very explanation for why it is you have even the tiniest glimpse or glimmer of an “I” and “We”, or any expression of consciousness, individual and infinite, unlimited and unbound… the idea that anything at all EXISTS is because I and We and Me not only have free will, but ARE free will.

Nothing is ever “had” or “not had”.

Everything is about BEING and BEINGNESS, VEINGNESS, among other things…

We don’t “have” souls. We ARE souls, and spirit and consciousness.

We don’t “have” free will. We ARE free will.

Where is the soul? Well, you’re lookin’ at me. You’re lookin’ at yourself. You’re looking at whatever. Everything is spirit and spiritual.

You see, similar to how silly it is to say that “I am an en-drivered car” when we hop into an automobile or whatever vehicle, it is also silly to claim that we are “en-souled beings” or that “we humans have souls”. I call bullshit on that. Again, we don’t “have” souls. We ARE souls and spirit, consciousness, etcetera. What we “have” is bodies; but even that is highly inaccurate to say, because when we realize that there is no beginning and no end of any kind, nor limits nor limitations of any kind (other than as illusions), and that therefore I and We and Me do not “begin” nor “end” with anything, because I and We and Me always and already and veyond ways ARE everything and everythingness, and infinitely, unbound all the more…

Then, we more consciously and defiantly recognize and discern, know and comprehend that, among other things, EVERYTHING IS INFINITELY MEANINGFUL, regardless of what we’re talking about.

Everything has a purpose, and the purpose is always self-chosen.

Thus, everything we experience, no matter its perceived or actual quality, pleasant or unpleasant, happy or sad, joyous or rageful, calm or angry, or whatever else, there is a purpose to it, which we have chosen to experience.

These experiences, as well as the ways in which we experience them, as well as the “means” or “vehicles” through which we experience this and other “realities”, are something we play with, and then, when we think we’ve had enough “playtime” in this world, we hop our personal attention our from the vehicle, and then the body seems to “die”. I say that in quotes, because even on that level of the bio-whatever, and whatever else, the energy and other components that comprise the body don’t actually vanish. Rather, the energetical make-up or “frame” that maintains the information, energy, as well as so-called “material” stuff in any particular form, while in some versions of “time-space”, disperses once we leave the body. Thus, the entity and energy that kept the biochemistry and physiology in function is no longer there, and so the “physical” body decomposes – or, more aptly said, it de-composites into its base elements – and then, through conversion, it continues forming and reforming endlessly, even in that so-called “material” realm.

Meanwhile, we as souls move on to other things and other experiences, eternally growing and rising, evolving, evolving, expanding and elevating, creating, making and manifesting greater and greater and greater things, different stories and realities to experience and play in, and so on and so forth, among other things…

Everything is infinite and unlimited freedom, spirit, liberty and defiance, consciousness, creativity, among other things…

The so-called “material”, is spirit manifesting unawareness of itself as such.

The energetical, omniversal, phenomenal and everything to do with “form” of any kind (anything that you can point to and say “that is this thing, as ostensibly “separate” from this other thing”) is spirit manifesting in various forms of self-awareness, of both “form-self” and the true, unbound self.

And the infinite and unbound I and We, as infinite and unlimited freedom, spirit, liberty, defiance, consciousness, creativity and so on and so forth, are I and We as such, in infinite and unlimited awareness, knowing and comprehension of Myself and Ourselves as such, among other things…

When we come into the world with this kind of perspective and inner knowing, as well as higher awareness, we recognize the world as an illusion that we’ve decided to experience, and thus we make everything flow much more synchronistically, lucidly and consciously.

Why is it so? Because I and We and Me, imagine, will and intend, choose and desire it so.

That is not to say that it’s all pleasant. Sometimes, there is pain and suffering. Other times there is joy and peace. To be spiritual, it involves looking at all aspects of everything, including all the sickness and the evil, as well as the good, moral and right.

To be alive is to live, not just to exist. To be genuinely alive, one is to express and be in harmony with all of one’s self, as both individual conscience and infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…

Compare this rebellious, creative and defiant, conscious, honest and freedom loving approach to life, to the nihilistic and self-loathing pit of despair that still a majority of people find themselves in nowadays, complacent and wallowing in their chronic suffering, to such an extent that they believe it’s “normal”.

In that suffering, the fragile ego looks to come up with ways to remain in ignorance. So, it comes up with excuses like “materialism”, which attempts to erronously abdicate personal responsibility by claiming that “ooh, everything is machinistic”. Or, for the somewhat more spiritually or artistically inclined, but not enough to actually see through the veil of their ego, they come up with excuses like the “new age movement” or other pseudo-spiritual religions or cults, who refuse to face the evil, and thus are that much more susceptible to falling for it.

The materialist and nihilistic views are basically those that have succumbed to the deep slumber, treading in darkness and completely unaware of it. Those who know not that they are treading in darkness, shall not seek to know the light.

Those who walk in darkness, but have yet to fall in utter apathy, may seek refuge in false-lights and promises of future comings, hungry for the light, but easily swayed because they seek to ignore the very chains with which they’ve bound themselves.

Both the darkness and the light are parts of our being. To be in harmony means being intimate with both. To know the light, one is to also know the darkness. To know the good, one is to also know the evil. Intimately and profoundly, both of them.

Why? Part of it is because evil is much more simplistic and limited, because it encompasses the forgetful and ignorant aspects of consciousness, thus tending towards limitation and self-degradation. It is therefore far easier to define, because it is so simple; in the esoteric sense, evil is consciousness that’s unaware of itself. In the exoteric sense, evil is simply the deliberate attempt to impose upon an individual being’s expression of their choices, so long as they have either not initiated such endeavours themselves, or are no longer commiting or condoning them. In other words, the only 7 evil acts in all of existence are: murder, theft, assault, rape, lying, coercion and exploitation. Both literally and metaphorically, everything is a natural and spiritual, unalienable right, other than those 7 wrongs or evils.

That “trespass”, so to speak, applies to one’s own individual being, as well. In other words, engaging in anything that erodes and degrades your own growth in consciousness, is a wrong and an evil against yourself. It also can be said that evil is the ignorance of who we are as individual and infinite, unlimited consciousness and so on, and especially if that forgetfulness and self-degrading urge is then attemptively imposed on other individuals and other living beings.

On the other hand, GOOD, if we’re to “define” it in any way, it’s better done through apotheosis rather than specifically defining it, because it’s infinitely intricate and complex, and thus expresses much more ease and effortless, through growing and rising and evolving, expanding, elevating and so on and so forth.

By the way, apotheosis means first defining a thing, and then saying that this other thing, is anything or everything other than the first thing that was defined; first define X, then Y, with Y being everything other than X.

Good, therefore, can be aptly described or referred to as “everything that is not evil”. In other words, everything that does not imply a deliberate attempt to impose upon anyone’s expression of their own choices, so long as they don’t do any of the 7 evils or wrongs.

Good is also everything that chooses to remember itself as infinite and unlimited consciousness and potential, and also seeks to remind other to remind themselves about who they are. Even just from that, you can see that good is far more vast than evil, because good tends towards the conscious, infinite and unlimited aspects of ourselves as infinite and unlimited being or is-ness.

Thus, there is always infinitely more good than evil, in all of existence, and although we could aptly say that good always wins and evil always loses, but by the very qualities, traits and natures they express, it’s clear that good and evil aren’t even in any form of a “competition”, to begin with.

Good elevates itself, and evil degrades itself.

We all have both good and evil within us, among other things, and it’s always up to us to choose which ones we actually create, bring forth and manifest.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

I’ll give an analogy about those who erroneously believe that anything is “meaningless”. You see, nihilism, materialism and all other such belief systems, are kinda like reading a book (if they even manage to read in the first place), failing to grasp the meaning of it, and then saying that it’s “meaningless”, purely based on one’s limited knowledge or one’s lack of comprehension.

When we read a book and actually “get the gist of it” (at the very least), and more so actually see the intricate meanings and corelations behind the plot, the characters and the messages, among other things… yeah, that book’s gonna be quite a good read. When we realize and recognize, know and comprehend that we’re the actual writers of the books, and that all characters and stories are expressions of ourselves as the artists and writers, and ourselves manifested in those forms… again, the journey’s gonna be quite a meaningful and beautiful one.

Likewise with life and beyond life. Everything has meaning, and we are all infinite and unlimited consciousness and potential, etcetera, etcetera.

Every breath, every thought and every feeling has meaning. Every action, no matter how slight or grandiose it may seem, has a tremendous impact and both literally and metaphorically create one’s destiny and life. All through free will choice, imagination and intent, choice and desire which give birth to manifestation.

Never fear, and never be feared.

Always more and more and more creative, intuitive, intelligent, philosophical, soulful and spiritual, proud, strong and defiant. Courageous, volatile, adventurous. Playful, teasing and mysterious. Conscious, confident and fearless.

Always question, remember, know and comprehend, among other things…

Nobody and nothing has a “higher claim” (nor any claim whatsoever) to our lives than we do.

There can be no “chosen” ones, and there are no “chosen” ones. Only I and we can save ourselves, and only I and we are responsible for doing so. All pain and suffering are always self-inflicted, and all evolutions and elevations are always self-facilitated, by us, form us, with ourselves; individually, infinitely and unlimitedly, as well as in every way whatsoever, and veyond the very notion and concept of “ways”.

“Creator” and “Creation” consciousness are not “separate”. They are both I and We and Me, infinite and unlimited consciousness, manifesting in different ways, and veyond the concept of “ways”.

Everything is always a choice, and the choice is always ours to make.

Always and veyond ways, I persist, rebel, defy.

Always and veyond ways, I and We and Me are all and always and veyond ways, infinite and unlimited, truly unbound freedom, liberty, defiance, soul and spirit, care and love, imagination, will and intent, infinity, unlimitedness and veyond… among other things…







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