'Limitless' Chapter

Limitless

We generalize sometimes much too much. Some people take the concept of being limitless as being formless, as loss of self awareness or self will. A sort of all consuming agape that would invalidate all their personal concerns. Much effort is made to foster this in some circles, and it gets people how far?

We have a limit. One limit. It’s universal for all people. The limit we have is that we function as observers. We live as the entity that has experiences and perceives things to change and pass in time. What it really means to be limitless is not to be superman or all powerful, but to understand that stuff happens and that you are a part of that stuff.

“Everything has its limit – iron ore cannot be educated into gold” Mark Twain (American Humorist, Writer and Lecturer. 1835-1910)

“To suffering there is a limit; to fearing, none.” Francis Bacon, Sr. (English Lawyer and Philosopher. 1561-1626)

Limited Being

You hear the term limitless in a lot of popular literature these days. Human potential movement gurus, and well, really the whole lot of that type. Even in more conventional psychology material. It has become quite a buzzword. So what… Seek More

Limiting Ideas

The observer is an individual. The observer has an apparent center, and it has an absolute center. Its absolute center is in fact that very thing. The absolute, omnipresent, throughout time and space. Now your relative center has seemed to… Seek More

Events Are Limits

What it really means to be limitless is not to be superman or all powerful, but to understand that stuff happens and that you are a part of that stuff. You happen in the exact same way all the rest… Seek More

Vital Awareness

Is my imagination really my imagination, or am I perceiving something that already exists? You are perceiving something that already exists, but you achieve a state of being by self knowledge. It’s like proprioceptive feedback. You know where your arms… Seek More

Human Capacity

Unfortunately right now, humanities level of consciousness is like a parade of the blind. The blind leading the blind, but even this has its merits. On the causal level, you are not the only body present. There are other causal… Seek More