Proof Of Afterlife By Memory
3.5. Conclusion – Afterlife And Memory
3.5.1. Memory Is Reality – Reality Is Memory
There is no difference between memory and reality. They are identical. Nothing exists outside memory just as nothing exists outside reality. Here is a fundamental question: Suppose you are an employer with a teenage employee. Imagine imparting critical instructions to the teenager. While you are talking, a text message comes into the teenager’s phone. Glancing at the phone he sees that the text message is from a girl met last night. He’s interested in the girl. The teenager becomes fixated on the message and ignores you. Here is the question:
Are your critical instructions in the teenager’s memory or were they thrown away?
How you feel about this divides you into one of two camps:
1. One camp believes this information was thrown away because it was not deemed relevant. This camps believe it was thrown away, discarded, or not included in the memory of the moment.
2. The other camp believes this information was retained regardless of whether it was ignored at the time. This camp believes that all information is stored. This camp realizes that all of the moment is absorbed in its entirety whether or not we realize it at the time.
Your most recent memory is reality. Reality is the leading edge of memory. If you want to know what memories of the past look like, we merely need to look at reality. Memory, in the current moment, is open and accepting of the entire space. Memory absorbs the current moment completely. Memory is surrounding space. Surrounding space gets filed away in memory where its retained.
Although the teenager wasn’t aware of what was said, it went into his memory and is retained there. The fact that the data isn’t relevant has no bearing on whether or not it goes into memory. Relevance is not a factor in memory. Everything goes into memory whether we deem it important or not. Furthermore details do not fade with time. The fact we can’t recall the detail does not mean it does not exist. Full memory exists, with infitite details, from every moment experienced during life. At the end of life the teenager will be aware of what you said even though he wasn’t aware of it when you said it during life.
3.5.2. Collective Knowledge Realized
Memory retains everything you experience. Like your ignored comments to the teenage, it retains more in a single moment than you think. It retains more over time than you think. Every moment ever experienced, from inception to death, retained in full detail is a huge reservoir of information. Here is an indication of how much information this is:
1. There are 2,365,200,000 seconds in a lifetime of 75 years. This is an approximate estimate of the number of seconds in a lifetime.
2. Imagine recruiting 2,365,200,000 different people, so that each person can experience one moment from your life independently.
3. Instruct each person to experience one unique second of your life, at the same time. For example Tuesday at precisely 12:00 noon each person will experience one unique moment of your life.
The collective experiences of all 2,365,200,000 people experiencing a moment at one time, is the type of awareness explosion that awaits us at the end of life. Even this illustration wildly understates the awareness explosion of afterlife. However it does indicate the magnitude of information stored within memory awaiting us at the end of life. Nothing special needs to happen to realize this information. It is already there and waiting in all of us.
3.5.3. Afterlife As An Explosion Of Awareness
As we through life we operate as a focal point within time and space. Conscious awareness keeps us confined to a location within the environment and at a moment in time. At the end of life conscious awareness no longer exists. The ending of conscious awareness (during life) leaves us with memory. Memory is unlimited time and space collected over a lifetime. Rather than awareness being further restricted by coming to an end the opposite happens. When conscious ends, awareness is free to explode without bound. It explodes into what surrounds it. It explodes into memory. Here are a few things to be aware of:
1. As we approach the end of life we have everything in memory. We have every moment exactly as experienced the first time. This is the untapped potential we carry with us, at all time, as we move through life. This is the potential we have with us at our last moment of life.
2. At the end of life consciousness ceases to exist. Awareness is free to go everywhere throughout memory. Memory holds all the moments of life. So awareness is free to go throughout your life. Since memory contains time, what was formally a position in time (the present moment) now becomes all time. Awareness undergoes a transition from a moment in time and space to all of time and space.
3. Like birth, this transition of awareness from a point in time and space to all of time and space, happens in an instant.
At the end of life awareness undergoes dimensional change. Awareness makes a quantum leap from position in time and space to all of time and space. This happens in an instant. Awarenesses expands into memories gathered throughout our lifetime. Memory contains everything. It absorbed every moment as experienced. It retained all time and space. We do not realize memory during life as it takes place in the background. Except for limited remembering we are totally unaware that memory exists. At end of life memories are realized. At that point we become aware of all memory simultaneously.
3.5.4. Afterlife and Geometry
To see how memory and awareness work together we have to look at geometry. During life we are located at in position located in time and space looking out at the world. This is only a partial view of life. While we are conscious awareness looking out at the world (from a point in time and space), we are also memory looking in at conscious awareness. Life is made up of both memory and conscious awareness, not conscious awareness alone.
In geometric terms:
1. Conscious awareness is our position in time and space. Conscious awareness is our vantage point. It is our point of view from where we view the universe. Conscious awareness is a point. It has position only.
2. Memory is the time and space realm that contains conscious awareness. Memory is the unlimited space and time surrounding conscious awareness.
These two things, memory and conscious awareness, are inverses of each other. Memory is conscious awareness of another dimension.
It has been this way since the beginning of life. Think of it as a point of conscious awareness surrounded by a space of memory. At the end of life nothing changes. Memory time-space continuum is there in the present moment. We carry it with us into the end of life. At that last moment, when conscious ceases to exist, awareness explodes throughout memory to become all of time and space. We go from experiencing one moment (the present) to experiencing all moments. In like manner we go from position within space to all space. We expand through time. We expand through space as well. At the end of life awareness undergoes dimensional change from the smallest possible thing (position within time and space) to becomes the largest possible thing (time and space itself).
Afterlife is the moment when life’s good work comes to fruition. Memory is not dependent upon the physical world. Memory is as fundamental to life as conscious awareness. The two work together. They are the same thing except one is of a different dimension. Awareness has no length, width, depth, or duration. Memory has unlimited length, width, depth, and duration. Afterlife is awareness making the transition between the two. Afterlife, in geometric terms, is the inverse of what we are now. We are position now. We become everything later. It is too grand, too emotional, and too magnificent to comprehend. This holds true for every one of us. It holds true for all living things.
This concludes Proof of Afterlife By Memory.