Proof Of Afterlife By Awareness
2.4. Section Four: Upper Limit Of Awareness
2.4.1. Does Awareness Open During Our Lifetime?
During life awareness is focused at a single point of view within space and time. This never changes. Awareness is our point of view from where we see life. We do not see life from two locations within the environment. We do not see life from two moments in time. We have a single point of view, always.
Opening awareness in time is an unusual concept. Multiple iterations of your hand is not something you will see during life. It seems irrelevant to show a hand, fanned out, where each hand is from different moments in time. It is irrelevant because you will never see it. If I’m never going to see this why does it matter?
The point of Theory of Afterlife is to prove there is more to life than we see. When I show what it looks like when conscious awareness is in two moments in time it is possible. Will we see it? No, probably not. But it exists. If we are not going to see it during our lifetime, then when? The answer is afterlife. That is when we realize this potential.
At the last moment of life awareness opening is realized. The next section explains the upper limit of awareness. We reach those limits at the end of life not during it. I am telling you now so you will know I’m talking about afterlife. We will not see any of this during life. We will only see it at the end of life. We can figure out what happens without seeing it work. Opening of awareness does not relate to us directly in life. Opening of awareness does not come into play at all. It only comes into play at the end of life. Keep in mind, going forward, we are talking about afterlife. You only realize this at the end of life.
2.4.2. Upper Limit Of Awareness In Time
We know by looking at the “fanned out hands” that we could not possibly cope with experiencing multiple moments at once. When we opened awareness in time, from one moment to three, we introduced massive confusion. Imagine how complicated it would be to have three moments superimposed into your reality. We are not talking about something the conscious mind would be comfortable with. We are talking about being bombarded with complexity. The capacity of the conscious mind remains the same however the amount of complexity increases three fold.
As uncomfortable as that may feel we are going to open awareness still further. Imagine what it would be like to experience 10 moments at once. Now instead of three hands, we see ten. We have ten moments, each in full detail, in the present. Taking this one step further next question becomes:
What is the upper limit of awareness with respect to time?
If you could open awareness infinitely in time you would have all time. All time is every moment you have ever experienced including all moments from the time your life began at conception up to, and including, the present.
There are moments in time that took place before you were born but they are not part of your personal universe. There will be moments after you are gone but they are not in your universe either. All time, relative to you, is every moment of your lifetime. This is an important distinction. To see the mathematical relationships you must think in terms of your personal universe. The geometrical definition of time without beginning or end is your lifetime.
With awareness and time we know the upper limit of awareness is all time. We also know that awareness during life is a subset of all time. We know where awareness is located. Awareness, with respect to time, is the present. Awareness is a moment in time. Expressed as an equation, the ratio between awareness and time looks like this:
1. On the left side of the equation we have a ratio between awareness and its upper limit with respect to time.
2. On the right side of the equation we have the geometric equivalent, a ratio between a point in time versus all time.
Both sides of the equation are equal. In geometric awareness is a point in time during life. It exists in the present. The present has no duration but it does have position in time. The upper limit of awareness in time is all time. It has unlimited duration. All time, relative to you, is every moment you have been alive. That ratio of point in time to unlimited time is the same ratio as awareness and its upper limit with respect to time.
2.4.3. Upper Limit Of Awareness In Space
The next step is to solve for awareness within space. We are trying to find the geometric relationship between awareness and the surrounding environment. Here is the relationship between awareness and space expressed as an equation:
1. On the left side of the equation we have a ratio between awareness during life and its upper limit with respect to space.
2. On the right side of the equation we have the geometric equivalent, a ratio between a geometric point (with no length, width, or depth) and the surrounding environment (unlimited length, width, and depth).
Both sides of the equation are equal. In geometric awareness is a point during life. It has no length, width, or depth but it does have position. The upper limit of awareness is the space surrounding that point of view. It has unlimited length, width, and depth. That ratio of point to unlimited space is the same ratio as awareness and its upper limit with respect to space.
2.4.4. Awareness In Both Time And Space
We have looked at awareness and its upper limit with respect to time. We have looked at awareness and its upper limit with respect to space. Now we are going to combine the two and look at awareness and its upper limit in both time and space. To express this visually we are going rotate time back to reveal space in a unconventional four dimensional view (length, width, depth, and time). The diagram looks like this:
This diagram shows awareness as a point in time and space. In time, awareness is a point. Likewise in space, awareness is a point. Awareness, in terms of time and space, is located as position within space and time. The upper limit of awareness, with respect to both time and space, would be all time and space.