Brilliant!I can relate to that sentiment a bit. I've always had a strange view of death. I've never been afraid of it. I don't think it's terribly sad either. Everyone dies. I do believe in an afterlife though, and a continuation of our lives after we have died, in the impressions we have made on people. We sort of transcend physical reality, but can never be erased. The cause and effect we were a part of in the patterns and nature of this world, that ripple effect continues infinitely. I hope that makes sense.
Also, I've realized that I am good at holding onto impressions of people, recreating them in myself at will. It makes it hard for me to even miss people when I can experience them internally.
I'm a 5w4-9w1-2w1 sx/sp. I feel my nineish ways in how I relate to and believe in a sort of universal unconscious connectivity
THOU GRIEVETH FOR THOSE
THAT SHOULD NOT BE GRIEVED FOR
THE WISE GRIEVE NEITHER
FOR THE LIVING
NOR THE DEAD
NEVER AT ANY TIME
WAS I NOT
PRINCES OF MEN
NOR SHALL WE EVER
CEASE TO BE
THE UNREAL HAS NO BEING
THE REAL NEVER
CEASES TO BE
I like your thinking very much! :] I'm reading about biocentrism now. It's interesting to me.Brilliant!
I know exactly what you mean.
And I think it is testament to your strong intuition as resultant from a high level of synchronicity of head/heart/body centers.
You might want to look into a book/concept called Biocentrism.
Basically the theory argues that consciousness is the center of the universe; that the universe is created by consciousness, and not the reverse (which is the "common" idea). In effect, since consciousness "is", and since energy can't be destroyed, it is theorized to continue even after material "death", but in "another version".
Here is another "poem" that is on tangent:
I think you are right (imo) in everything you do, from what I read.I like your thinking very much! :] I'm reading about biocentrism now. It's interesting to me.
From my view, I'm a dualist in many ways. I see so many connections between the physical and non-physical, yet no way to be certain which is the source (if either are the source). I'm mostly not too concerned with that, as I believe there's no way to prove these arguments. I like to focus on the present reality that these planes of existence are connected and try to trace the patterns of the dynamics in their interactions.