What is death? How can you not exist? It's literally impossible by definition.

What is death? How can you not exist? It's literally impossible by definition.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Because death doesn't exist in the sense people expect it to be.
    It doesn't go all black permanently, you wake up in the same world with the same body some minor differences each time, anything that helps you get closer to enlightenment. It's all a journey to go back to God. Consciousness can't die.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If this is true then why aren't we already enlightened. After those trillion infinite years

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's not the same souls being recycled over and over again. God is infinite. You will spend your time here and then never return again. If you act wisely, you will leave early, The earlier you realize your innate potential to mould the world as you see fit, the more progress you will make. Man was made in the image of God and God is a creator.
        You're here to make a change in this world, be it good or bad and once you have left your mark in this realm. You won't have to ever come back again, You'll join back with God.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So… what happens to a guy who dies at 105 of old age? He wakes up younger? He just wakes in the same age and continues to die daily as he is waking in bodies pushing last 105? What an absolutely moronic idea that is debunked with ten seconds of fifth grade thinking

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Your life restarts from a young age, not like a newborn baby but somewhere around 20.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Because death doesn't exist in the sense people expect it to be.
          It doesn't go all black permanently, you wake up in the same world with the same body some minor differences each time, anything that helps you get closer to enlightenment. It's all a journey to go back to God. Consciousness can't die.

          >and I base all of this on literally nothing

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >it was revealed to me in a dream

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        y do u think old people get dementia? it a transition back. it will just be like oh im young again this makes sense.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I think you make a good point. This is where quantum immortality unravels for me. Unless technology as a whole catches up, someone at 105 years old would keep reverting back to being in a hospice bed shitting themselves and dying every day lolz.

        You're talking about Neville Goddard's wheel of recurrence right?
        This sounds nice and all in theory but what about someone that was horribly abused as a child? They will still have to deal with all that trauma perpetually in their 20's which could really suck and we have no way to prove this in any tangible way.

        >y do u think old people get dementia? it a transition back. it will just be like oh im young again this makes sense.

        So what are you saying? People with dementia are phasing back to their young self while their dying husk still lingers here in this timeline?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lowkey would explain deja vu.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Things seem to be predetermined to an extent, but if every life is a book and you're the author then deja vu makes sense with how many lives we've been through.

        The most interesting aspect of humans is our consciousness since that exists without scientific cause.

        Science in itself is flawed however, it's a small lens on the overview of our world; it's our only tangible method of discerning things until parapsychology isn't taboo and is thoroughly expanded upon without causing cognitive dissonance.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      ur individuality is conjured up by all the matter that makes u up; no, the material world is not fundamental to consciousness but your material body is what dissociates you from awareness of the universal absolute
      when u die ur individuality is lost; some of the mater that made u up might end up as part of the body of other living beings and it will serve too as a link that dissociates individuality from the Absolute but changes are very slim that most of it will never end up making up a human being ever again

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >die
    >see white light
    >DETOUR
    >reincarnated
    and that, my friends, is how you cheat death.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Death is an illusion. Unknowable. But this cruel generation will know hell.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What is death?
    I’m pretty sure it’s just a skeleton in a dress.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You are a mass of neurons piloting a meat mech. Eventually you will cease to exist. The matter which comprises you will continue to exist and take on other forms, but the pattern that is you, your molecular configuration, is unstable long-term, and won't exist again. You shouldn't question whether death is real, but rather the absurdity of life and existence itself.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you were just a pattern of matter, you would cease to exist the moment your brain changed shape because you learnt something new or a few neurons died because of a minor concussion. Whatever it is that we are clings to an ever changing pattern, you would have a ship of theseus problem if it was the pattern itself

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You are a mass of neurons piloting a meat mech.
      This is such midwit reddit atheist nonsense. The notion that my sense of self and my first-person-perspective experience of existence is nothing more than an illusion created by synapses firing in "my" brain is philosophical and scientific idiocy.
      >I know you think that you're an individual consciousness with a complex emotional and intellectual existence, I know that you think "you" are really experiencing your life, but that's all fake, "you" don't really exist, it's all just an illusion.
      This argument is self-defeating, because an illusion must by definition be experienced by someone. So you're saying that my existence is an illusion that I am experiencing. But if I am experiencing an illusion, that means I do in fact exist, similarly to Descartes' "Cogito ergo sum"

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >your matter exists but you don't because... you just don't!

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What we are at the core is the substratum that makes any experience possible.
    Many people meditate and in their mindset it is like: Here I am, this body, this mind, doing some Meditation stuff.
    But this is not the ultimate truth. Because for the real Self even the one meditating is an object in awareness and therefore not real. Zoom out.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Death isn't what bothers me it's the notion of still having to be on guard when I get to the other side because of how fricking insane everyone is.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's why you want to go to the good place, not the bad place

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How can you not exist? It's literally impossible by definition.
    Black person what the frick do you think you were doing before you were born? Existing? Death is like that.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No it differs. Non existence isn't non existence when it ends. I've only known existence.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What is death?
    Death is when the physical body dies and the soul is separated from it.
    >How can you not exist? It's literally impossible by definition.
    I don't know about "by definition", but our spiritual souls will never cease to exist. Our bodies, like all physical matter, will decay, and at some point this decay will prevent our bodies from being able to sustain biological life, at which point our soul will be separated from our body. But the soul will always exist, it cannot die because spirits do not decay/degrade like physical matter. Now, technically speaking "you" will not exist once your soul and body are separated, because "you" are not just your soul, "you" are your soul and body together.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So how it is like being a soul? And why does it matter if it is infinte or not if i will cease to exist?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >So how it is like being a soul?
        We don't know for sure, but there are tons of people who have had OBEs and NDEs that they can recall, and what they describe is that being a spirit separated from a body is similar to being in your body except you can move freely through space. But I suggest looking into OBEs and NDEs and reading about their experiences, it's fascinating.
        >And why does it matter if it is infinte or not if i will cease to exist?
        "You" will only cease to exist in a philosophical sense, but your spirit will continue to exist and to experience reality. I believe the Christian teaching that at the end of time when the universe ends God will remake creation, resurrect the bodies of everyone who has ever lived, and rejoin our souls to our bodies making us whole again. We will then live eternally in the new creation, either united with God in paradise, or separated from God in hell, based on what we choose (hell is never forced upon us, contrary to what many people believe; no one goes to hell against their will, it is a free choice to either be united with or separated from God)

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

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    >I hate humans. Fricking hate them.
    First and foremost, you hate yourself, humans after.
    If you hate humans you hate yourself, because you are one. I hate human aspects, but I don't hate humans.

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