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I'm pretty sure that this thread will get some replies but I don't know by whom and what will they contain.

Why is that unknown? Would knowing that in advance spoil the fun of discussion?

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Just now, Tyler Durden said:

Would knowing that in advance spoil the fun of discussion?

In a sense. 

Knowing "the future" would not make it "the future" anymore. Once you would know the future, it would thereby become the past. 

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Truth doesn't know what it will do. That's the nature of infinite mystery. It's an infinite unfoldment, and there is not even a time to look somewhere "in advance".

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@Tim R But what if I made a prediction that you will be the first person to comment on this thread, would that be a correct guess of something that hasn't happend yet at that moment?

@peanutspathtotruth Shouldn't the Truth have infinite knowledge, including the direction in which the things will go next?

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i'm an intergalactic turd and travelling through time

my time machine goes brrrrrrrrrrrrr

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@Tyler Durden We hide from our true self for the thrill of it all.

What fun would a roller coaster ride be if you knew you were infinite?

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By creating this thread, you also created the question.

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1 hour ago, Tyler Durden said:

@Tim R

@peanutspathtotruth Shouldn't the Truth have infinite knowledge, including the direction in which the things will go next?

I have had the same experiential insight - all encompassing, omniscient knowledge. But as far as I understand/interpret that at the moment, ultimate infinite knowledge is not accessible from any position within infinity. So for infinity to explore itself, it creates itself.

I like Christopher M Bache's insights into the future of humanity. He has seen what we "will" become down the line through collective awakening. I'm saying "will", because to me all future visions that Truth gives itself are only in the form of potential, and possibly tendencies of archetypal nature that make reality resonate in certain frequencies rather than others. So I feel like there is no certainty in specifics, because all possible specifics are held in infinity.

"What will it be this round, no reply, a long reply, or will all experience stop any second now?" ?

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Just now, Tyler Durden said:

What do you mean exactly?

If you do nothing, there's no future in which events can happen. Uncertainty about the "future" is something you're creating. Another way to say it would be you don't know what's going to happen next because you're imagining something that could happen next.

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@peanutspathtotruth Interesting explanation. I guees the Infinity always has some mystery to it. Something our finite mind can't understand completely.

@BenG Seems like a reasonable explanation. I guess the "future" is always out of reach because it doesn't exist until is in the now.

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13 hours ago, Tim R said:

In a sense. 

Knowing "the future" would not make it "the future" anymore. Once you would know the future, it would thereby become the past. 

Nope, not true.


You can derive it from simple logic

Left means not right

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On 11/24/2021 at 5:35 PM, Tyler Durden said:

I'm pretty sure that this thread will get some replies but I don't know by whom and what will they contain.

Why is that unknown?

It seems unknown only due to what is believed to be known. 

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Would knowing that in advance spoil the fun of discussion?

While there isn’t (ime) per se a ‘knowing’ in advance, there is a being the sphere and the entirety of experience therein. Then there is no knower (or residual impression of) or knowing, or a known or even a potential of knowing a known. Words can’t do it justice, but what’s about to happen has no actual differentiation to what is happening. It only seems to with the transparent veil of the knower.

What’s happenin is most fundamentally in that regard, potentiality, and there is therefore the potential for ‘this’ to spoil the fun (‘experience’), and also there is the potential for (we could say) being the vessel of the actuality of healing, which I would place experientially above and beyond fun. But only in a way. At the same time, straight up regular old not-knowing-fun is impossible to beat. 


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You can't even know your next thought, because there is no end of one and start to another. 

This is your next thought. 

Whose thought is it? 

Has it ended? 


My Youtube Channel- Light on Earth “We dance round in a ring and suppose, but the Secret sits in the middle and knows.”― Robert Frost

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13 hours ago, Tyler Durden said:

@BenG Seems like a reasonable explanation. I guess the "future" is always out of reach because it doesn't exist until is in the now.

Right. I would even drop the "until it is in the now" part of that, and just say "the future doesn't exist". Nothing ever becomes the now or enters into the now from somewhere else. The now is all there is.

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1 hour ago, BenG said:

Right. I would even drop the "until it is in the now" part of that, and just say "the future doesn't exist". Nothing ever becomes the now or enters into the now from somewhere else. The now is all there is.

That seems like a correct explanation but it's hard to abandon the notion of the future because you're always expecting something that will happen which is currently not in the present moment.

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1 hour ago, Tyler Durden said:

it's hard to abandon the notion of the future because you're always expecting something that will happen which is currently not in the present moment.

Yeah, I've never abandoned the notion of the future. Even when I get present in the now, I still have thoughts arising about future.

I mean, it's possible to recognize its illusory nature without completely abandoning it on a practical level.

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3 hours ago, Tyler Durden said:

it's hard to abandon the notion of the future because you're always expecting something that will happen which is currently not in the present moment.

Let expecting go. You’re creating this moment. It’s following focus. 

What’s God expecting? 

What’s God creating?

If you’re not aware how & that you are being focus, you don’t need to be. You only need to notice that focus is, and question where you want to take that baton. If that where was already known, you could not create, fun would not exist, and none of this would make sense.  


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1 hour ago, Nahm said:

Let expecting go.

@Nahm Got any tips on how to do this?

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