Proof Of Afterlife By Geometry
5.2 Section Two – How Geometry Applies To Life
5.2.1 Geometry and Perspective
Using geometry to prove afterlife requires seeing life in a new light. To see the geometric picture we need to simplify our view of life. To simplify our view of life imagine you are the only person in the world. This simplifies the picture. It is just you and no other beings.
What you now have is a person looking out into space. Since you are the only being your space is this only space. Your life is the only life. This simplifies life’s geometry. For the geometry of life to work, see life through your eyes only. That is how I want you to view life for the remainder of this section.
Introducing other people into the mix complicates our view. To prove afterlife we want simple. Eliminate other beings. See things only as they relate to you. View the world from your perspective. When you see life from your perspective only, the geometry of life falls into place.
5.2.2 Life Geometry of Existence
We live inside life. Our perspective (as an insider) makes it hard to see how geometry applies to existence. To understand geometry and existence I want to look back to the very beginning of life.
Before life begins you have a female cell. The cell is alive but it is not a new person. Once the cell is fertilized by the male, it begins to grow. If you look at the moment the cell becomes fertilized a change has taken place. A moment before you had a cell. A moment after you have the same cell and additionally you have a new life. New life did not, of itself, add size or weight to the cell. It added the intangible called existence. Geometry applies here:
First geometry applies in terms of time. At the instant the cell is fertilized it becomes alive with a new life. The quality that exists now, that was not there before, is life. Life appeared in an instant. Geometrically life began at a point in time. Before that point we had no life. Now we have life. The beginning of life took place at a point in time.
Second geometry applies in terms of space. One moment before beginning of life you have the cell. One moment after you the the cell imbued with a new life. There is no difference in size or weight of the cell at conception. The difference is it now has life. A moment before it did not.
The quality that came into existence at conception is life. If you look at life it has the same qualities as a geometric point:
1. It has no physical size: no length, width, or depth.
2. It has existence.
3. It has position within space.
Life and the geometric properties of a point are interchangeable. When you describe a geometric point you could just as easily be describing life. They have the exact same qualities. This is evident when you look at the very first moment of life.
5.2.3 Life Geometry of Space
The geometry of life and space is deceptively simple. We are surrounded by it. If you look at the geometric definition of space – unlimited length, width, and depth – it describes our environment perfectly. Our environment (reality) is the geometric definition of space.
The picture becomes muddy when you start to consider other people. It comes down to the age-old adage of the tree falling in the woods. For the sake of this argument space is your surrounding environment that goes out infinitely in all directions. Space is your personal surrounding universe with you at the center.
5.2.4 Life Geometry of Time
Geometry applies to life and time in two ways:
The first is the present. Now. We live in the present. The present is a point in time. In terms of geometry life resides at a point in time. If we look at time as a whole, life exists at one point along that line.
The second is time itself. Time geometry is a matter of perspective. The geometric definition of time is infinite duration with no beginning and no ending. When we think of time in this light, we think of our universe. We see our universe as being of infinite duration without beginning or ending.
If we look at life within that context, life has a definite beginning and a definite ending. Along the infinite timeline of the universe we can place two points, one when a life begins and another when that life ends. This is a view of time from a larger global perspective.
To see geometry applies to time consider the point of view of the life. Everything they know has existed within their lifetime. Yes the Roman Empire existed in 100 BC but that time is outside of their personal universe. All time, to time, is their lifetime. This concept of all time is a difficult to understand. We see the universe as being billions of years old. We see a life as being a hundred years old. It is hard to reconcile that both are unlimited time. In terms of geometry however all time is relative to who experiences it. It is relative to the individual.
5.2.5 The Geometry of Life
The key to understanding the geometry of life is to keep it as simple as possible. Keep it relative to the individual. When you do that it is easy to see that conscious awareness exists at a specific point in time and space. Conscious awareness is surrounded by space and time. These are all geometric entities (point, space, and time) and they do apply.