Forgetting all that you have learned
By forgetting all that you have learned, you can start off again from new bases as amazing as they are indispensable. This discovery implies a complete re-questioning of our way of life and allows us to find a quick balance, physical or psychic, sentimental, domestic or professional, which corresponds to a new balance in our way of thinking.
Cut off from our double, left to our own devises, we have complicated our mind and our live, generating thoughts that construct futures and forge potentials of suffering for our present. All the thoughts that we generate during the day create different futures. Each future that we promote is a potential that, if we do not elude it, will be updated to our present. Expressed differently, in the present we are receiving the consequences of the future.
The problem is that we are reaching the end of one of the doubling cycles of time, which we will recall is made up of 25,920 years. When John wrote in the Book of Revelation “the end of time,” we should understand “the end of a cycle of a division of time.” The purely theoretical date of this end is the year 2079. But everything seems to indicate that it will arrive sooner. If we continue to create for ourselves, on both an individual and collective scale, a future potential as dangerous as the one we are currently creating, in the moment of the reunification of time this potential will be updated.
We still have time to put things right. A change in our way of thinking must lead us to the construction of beneficial future potentials. Thinking now collectively, if a sufficient number of people take it upon themselves to create benevolent futures, this will act as a protective dyke against odious futures which threaten the entirety of our species.
The law of the doubling of time follows the law of Moses...
The scriptures say: Would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets. Matthew 7:12 Now then the law is: Do not think of doing to others what you don't want them to think of doing to you. This is much more important given that as we have said before, each thought creates a potential. An action is the updating of a potential, as we see its result, but a thought creates a potential in the future.
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We find this idea in the story of the flood told in the Sumerian tablets, way before Moses' time. The Sumerian Noah was called Ziusudra and was saved by a ship called the Arc, like Noah's. However this ship did not contain animals, but something even more extraordinary: Ziusudra's dreams! This means that they were enclosed within a potential future. In order to update them to reality, a human was needed. So this potential created goes back to being a current potential, meaning a reality. Discovering this writing during my research was enthralling.