Universe of the Mind (My idea of existence)
I’ve been coming to this website pretty often and finally decided to post some of my own thoughts. Also, my ideas are not drug-induced, they have been developing over time in a sober mind.
Here’s some background info… I grew up in a rather wealthy family and attended private Christian schools my entire life up to college. I believed I was Christian in the sense of living a “Christian-valued” life, but never did I truly believe in God. I’ve spent a good amount of time reading books, watching videos, and expanding what I actually believed to be true and acceptable. I have never shared my thoughts with any friends for the fear of them rejecting the person I am. However, I’ve recently come to being comfortable with myself and my beliefs, so here they are:
I’ll refer to this as the Infinite Existence Theory.
Most ideas of the universe begin with the big bang or “creation”, whereas I feel that the universe had no beginning and has no end. We are spirits (or something like that) that have always been in this universe, traveling across across great distances, and we are currently residing in a human vessel. We were only born as human beings and we will die as human beings, but the inner being will continue until it reaches another vessel in which to act – or possibly just roam the universe forever.
There are many universes, each mind creates their own, it is only through the rules of human senses that we determine it to look, feel, smell, taste, and sound the way that we think it does. We see the same things because we are all human, yet none of us are alike, and our realities are entirely different. What is true is entirely relative, usually based on mathematical concepts that were also created by other humans. Therefore, mathematical answers would be true, relative to the people who have “proved” them as true. This extends beyond math and into human logic, relationships, emotion, values, etc.
We don’t actually come up with ideas, but rather use tools provided to reach ideas that have, once again, existed forever with no beginning and no end. Imagine ideas like orbs traveling through space that are gathered when the correct circumstances are mentally achieved. Positive thought would be one circumstance of reaching a positive idea, which would be acted out through our human vessel and return positive outcomes, then the idea returns to its prior orb-state.
I suppose I need to spend a little more time developing this viewpoint further, I haven’t written it down before and there are things that I haven’t pieced together entirely in order for this to be a complete idea.
Let me know what you think, I’d love to start a conversation and hear your challenges to my statements to help me expand this system.
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