Why does no one ever mention that reality is ambiguous in so many ways that it might be on purpose?

Why does no one ever mention that reality is ambiguous in so many ways that it might be on purpose? If you can't see the omnipresence of ambiguity yet then don't bother to respond because you're not ready yet. Go away and study koans or something.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Think of the truth as the goal and the person you choose to be as the compass. I hope that makes sense.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. That we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively. There is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Here's Tom with the weather

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks Brian, I'm standing here in what appears to be 8 inches of snow. I say appears to be because it really depends on where you measure, and more importantly, who's counting. We're expected to get another 11 inches tonight which might shock you, as spring is, just around the corner. This is Tom, with channel 33. Back to you Brian.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          The unexpected snowfall Tom's reporting on really emphasizes the unpredictable twists that weather can throw at us, especially during seasonal transitions. His point about the variability in snow measurements is a crucial reminder of the complexities in accurately forecasting weather and the importance of context in these reports. With the anticipation of even more snow despite the proximity of spring, it certainly challenges our expectations and preparations for this time of year. It's a clear call to stay vigilant and well-informed through reliable sources like Channel 33. Safety and awareness are key as we navigate these surprising weather patterns. Thanks to Tom for braving the elements to keep us updated. Looking forward to more updates and staying safe as we weather this together.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Thank you, Chat GPT. Up next, is your (you) really you? Or is it a robot spoofing your IP? More at 11.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Well that was Tom with the weather, now we turn our attention to Patrick Vrieble. Patrick is an assistant pastor, at the First Baptist Church of Wasseon Ohio, where in the front lawn thereof, a three day long public argument is taking place. The church is known to be "Rooted in the fundamentals" as said by the head pastor, but some locals are appearing to question wether it is right to follow the biblical law to a T, or to, "Flow along the spirit of the law" as one woman has put it.

          "-ere and I stopped and said, 'Pastor, you have to see where we're coming from. We're not cherry picking the bible, we're not here trying to deny ourselves and Christ, we're just curious as to why, why is it that what you consider to be fundamental is so important, when Christ and early Christianity acted nothing like how you handle your church!"

          I'm sitting here with Patrick Vrieble, Patrick, how are you? What, to you personally, is more important, to follow ancient laws literally, or to interpret the spirit of their meaning and apply it in today's time?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks Brian, I'm standing here in what appears to be 8 inches of snow. I say appears to be because it really depends on where you measure, and more importantly, who's counting. We're expected to get another 11 inches tonight which might shock you, as spring is, just around the corner. This is Tom, with channel 33. Back to you Brian.

        The unexpected snowfall Tom's reporting on really emphasizes the unpredictable twists that weather can throw at us, especially during seasonal transitions. His point about the variability in snow measurements is a crucial reminder of the complexities in accurately forecasting weather and the importance of context in these reports. With the anticipation of even more snow despite the proximity of spring, it certainly challenges our expectations and preparations for this time of year. It's a clear call to stay vigilant and well-informed through reliable sources like Channel 33. Safety and awareness are key as we navigate these surprising weather patterns. Thanks to Tom for braving the elements to keep us updated. Looking forward to more updates and staying safe as we weather this together.

        rare high vibration baneter

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Confusion is a test of conviction, both in your own beliefs and that of a higher power.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    As biological organisms, our beliefs function to aid our survival and reproduction. When it is not clear which interpretations are most advantageous, ambiguity arrives.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think our minds operate on a surviva basis yes, but "makes sense" is sort of it's open category that gets called upon for survival, I believe at least. What perpetuallu doesn't "make sense" or "fit in le box" is ambiguous, like a super position of concept

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        *Perpetualy

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yes, there is at least one community that talks about it. Ties in with how many "conspiracy theories" there are and you can go down the rabbit holes (your pic) forever wasting your life away.

      Are you sure you are on the right board? Have you ever had synchronicity? Ever noticed them in the real world? It's not about biological functions. bot tier response.

      Confusion is a test of conviction, both in your own beliefs and that of a higher power.

      Why do you want to be tested? Would it not be "better" and make more sense if it was meant for us to learn and develop some higher skills?

      Now why would reality be designed that way? My take is that it is a simulation manifested in real time by the people living in it, and this is so in order to study and learn to dissolve or reafirm your own beliefs. That is why there is so much evil in the world,that is why enlightenment is incompatible with human life, because it is the process of sheding off the belief that you are human and mortal, and solidifying the belief that you are unlimited energy. In other words this is training for souls

      There is a purpose to this thing, as agent Smith says. Good points.

      the people who run society exploit this ambiguity by appointing people to mediate it for you, and then they use those mediators to sell you products or solutions to problems that are primarily caused by the lack of understand most people have of reality.

      Shit like drugs, porn, dating apps, games, entertainment, etc. while fun specifically exist so that "the market" can fill in where society as a whole seems to have failed.

      If you're lonely don't think about it, or ponder it, just get a prostitute. If you're fat, don't think about it or ponder it, just take a diet pill or get weight loss surgery. If you're ugly don't worry about it, just get plastic surgery. If you're depressed or sad, don't really think or worry about it, just pay a therapist to be your friend, and take these pills. If you don't have any friends to talk to then listen to this podcast of a group of friends talking to each other and you can feel included via parasocial relationships. If the people in the neighboring country talk funny and believe in weird things then don't worry about it, because your taxes can go to paying our military to go beat them up.

      Don't worry about anything because if something bothers you well there's someone who can sell you some halfway "solution" that can make you feel differently.

      The veil of ambiguity is good for business, and for this reason I don't think many of the movers and shakers of our society will try to unveil much of anything, because they make more money based on how little we collectively understand about reality and its nature. They make more money when we feel the worst, when we're most afraid, and when we're most ignorant.

      It isn't about money, but yes, asking big questions is discouraged and baked into the world it seems.

      Everything is subjective and based on one's personal meaning giving to anything. That is why most religions get it wrong, as they insist that things must be objective, but they are not. The further up you go, the more it is like random swirls of paint in water. You realize meaning was only whatever the heck you thought it was according to the reality you were in. Nothing means anything, yet everything appears to be happening. A lot of people don't get this when they are alive. They insist things mean things. But they don't. There's just a bunch of stuff happening.

      Funny. Do you sense a change in people regarding that?

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous
  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Instructions unclear accidentallity into samsara

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've been thinking about this lately and struggling to articulate it - whenever people say "God doesn't exist because I can't see him/it" that doesn't mean it's not there, you fricking idiot. I assume the universe respects the law of free will in the sense that it won't force you to form any beliefs. If you choose to believe that everything randomly fell together, you can. But if you really pay attention it'll be obvious to you that we're all here for a grand purpose.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Part of what I mean with ambiguity is: nothing ever seems to get resolved. Everything could be one way or the other. Today it seems more like this way but tomorrow it seems more like that way. This perpetual uncertainty is not just a bug of the mind but a feature of reality.

      >"God doesn't exist because I can't see him/it" that doesn't mean it's not there, you fricking idiot.
      Yes if people threw away their childish strawman (skydaddy) and listened to the silence it seems like something is implied.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Black is white when grey is gray.

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  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Makes it easy.
    So i cant even blame people that dont care because it still works the same way kinda.. Like if i can make my own reality so can they. Even if they dont know.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah I can't tell if you're a beta male or dumb chick.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    “truth” is plural and polyvalent/polysemous, the water-mask of knowing

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      That depends

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You’re talking about zero ontology.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The frick is that

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's ambiguous

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Ur mom's ambiguous

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Very briefly, one could say the existence of one possibility necessary implies the existence of all the other possibilities.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    There isn't any ambiguity. Everything is yes.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Now why would reality be designed that way? My take is that it is a simulation manifested in real time by the people living in it, and this is so in order to study and learn to dissolve or reafirm your own beliefs. That is why there is so much evil in the world,that is why enlightenment is incompatible with human life, because it is the process of sheding off the belief that you are human and mortal, and solidifying the belief that you are unlimited energy. In other words this is training for souls

  14. 1 month ago
    no, buddy

    I talk about this often in the context of ignorance. It's not just that things are ambiguous, they are also often unable to be proven even if true. This gives us the freedom to choose perspectives and as a result our reality.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like most major religions touch on the illusory nature of reality and often describe it as some kind of trap, house of mirrors, fabrication, illusion, dream, etc.

    Scientists are just recently starting to see with stuff like the double slit experiment and the experiments at CERN that the closer you look at and observe reality the less sense it makes. It's almost like reality is consciously playing coy. A lot of major religions imo sort of exist to make up for this ambiguity by saying "well actually, no there are beings who fully understand reality, but they selectively decided to reveal this aspect to you over time".

    I think the reason for all of this is because we consciously have the ability to impact/effect reality in non novel ways and if enough people truly understood and believed this then we could do shit like physically manifest drastic changes to the way reality acts and behaves. and I think a lot of the creators of these religions and spiritualities frankly do not trust the masses to know they have this ability and so they provide doctrine and rules to keep people in line so that people don't go and "break reality" which is essentially a collective delusion to begin with.

    The more I meditate, observe, and explore the more I realize to what degree my conscious thoughts physically effect reality, and its fun to play around with what is effectively magic, but conversely this is why basically all major religions demonize magic because they don't want norms doing shit like manifesting gold or food because then they wouldn't want to, or need to do things like go to work, pay taxes, support wars, elect leaders, etc.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    the people who run society exploit this ambiguity by appointing people to mediate it for you, and then they use those mediators to sell you products or solutions to problems that are primarily caused by the lack of understand most people have of reality.

    Shit like drugs, porn, dating apps, games, entertainment, etc. while fun specifically exist so that "the market" can fill in where society as a whole seems to have failed.

    If you're lonely don't think about it, or ponder it, just get a prostitute. If you're fat, don't think about it or ponder it, just take a diet pill or get weight loss surgery. If you're ugly don't worry about it, just get plastic surgery. If you're depressed or sad, don't really think or worry about it, just pay a therapist to be your friend, and take these pills. If you don't have any friends to talk to then listen to this podcast of a group of friends talking to each other and you can feel included via parasocial relationships. If the people in the neighboring country talk funny and believe in weird things then don't worry about it, because your taxes can go to paying our military to go beat them up.

    Don't worry about anything because if something bothers you well there's someone who can sell you some halfway "solution" that can make you feel differently.

    The veil of ambiguity is good for business, and for this reason I don't think many of the movers and shakers of our society will try to unveil much of anything, because they make more money based on how little we collectively understand about reality and its nature. They make more money when we feel the worst, when we're most afraid, and when we're most ignorant.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Everything is subjective and based on one's personal meaning giving to anything. That is why most religions get it wrong, as they insist that things must be objective, but they are not. The further up you go, the more it is like random swirls of paint in water. You realize meaning was only whatever the heck you thought it was according to the reality you were in. Nothing means anything, yet everything appears to be happening. A lot of people don't get this when they are alive. They insist things mean things. But they don't. There's just a bunch of stuff happening.

  18. 1 month ago
    sage your fucking life

    the frick is a koan

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Why is it ambiguous and not obvious?

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think OP is putting forward a deep idea that perception affects the way we see things. Whoa!

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