The 5 laws of existence

We all have heard of the laws of physics. But there are laws even more universal, even more ‘Set in stone’. Here come the 5 laws of existence.

1. You Exist

The fundamental transpersonal self does always exist and is not dependent on objects. Objects being not only objects “out there” in the physical world, but also “inside” like thoughts and emotions. You want to get an understanding of I am ness stripped of the object. Objects are always changing. Realize that you are unchanging. I am ness always existed.

2. Everything is here and now

Have you ever experienced any other time than now? Many have heard the phrase that time is an illusion and it has been mimicked plenty of times without really understanding what is meant by that saying. What time really is, deserves a whole post on its own, however, it is important to understand that who we really are, is not a ‘being’ locked in this current Time frame. We are watching the movie, we aren’t the actor in the movie (even though we often like to think otherwise). The complete movie already exists but it is linearly displayed to us.

3. The one is the all and the all are the one

Everyone and everything is part of the all, it’s just that not everyone is aware of that. There are no real borders in reality. Everything is connected. Thus you always, at any point and any time have the ability to merge back into with the all and reconnect with your true self.

4. What you put out is what you get back

Have you noticed? If you feel bad, everything around you becomes bad. Your kids become annoying, your work becomes harder and your food tastes worse. However, luckily the opposite is true as well. If you live a life of abundance and radiate positivity you will always get positivity and abundance back. You reap that which you sow.

5. Everything changes but the first 4 laws.

Every experience that you have is a combination of those laws. Once you understand this you’ll understand exactly how existence works, you’ll understand exactly how reality works and how to create the reality that you prefer. Every experience that you have is a combination of these laws. Master those laws and you will become a master of your reality.

You got it all wrong

Have you ever wondered? What if everything you know, what if everything you ever got taught, and what if anything you ever learned is 180° wrong?

How could this be you may ask? Well, to understand this we need to first understand how we build knowledge at all.

How do we know anything at all?

Imagine a pyramid upside down. At the tip of the pyramid (now at the bottom), we have our most fundamental beliefs. Those could be beliefs like. I am real, I am my physical body, my parents are real, the world is logical. Those very basic beliefs we usually adopted when we were children. As we grew up we learned more and more about our environment and our selves – or so we thought. What really happened was that we were looking for ideas that confirmed our very early beliefs. And so we started building our castle of knowledge on top of sand.

A castle on top of sand

Philosophers often like to use a phrase called “a priori”. It means a truth that doesn’t need proof. A truth so obvious that it doesn’t need to be questioned. Do not be mistaken, this is a huge trap. An example for an a priori claim would be:

2+2=4

But is it really? The short answer: No. The long answer: If we ask the question 2+2=4 we completely neglect the fact that it needs someone to perceive that statement. So yes, it does make sense for a human, but what about an ant? Or what if there are higher beings for whom simplistic duality is ridiculously silly? Also, one must of course ask. in what context does 2+2=4? in a materialistic universe? Maybe, but what if there are entirely new and higher ways of understanding? I hope you can see that what is true in this case is entirely relative.

Why we don’t want to crash the castle

Now let’s imagine we deeply question one of those deep assumptions we have about reality. What would happen if we for example realize that, what we called real, actually has no reality whatsoever? Well, in fact, we would die. Or more so, the Identity that we have constructed for ourselves. Because after all, who we are, is really who we think we are. And as soon as we realize that our thinking always worked through as blurred lens, the idea of who we are collapses. That is why people are not willing to question their assumptions about race, religion, or even their favorite soccer team. Because their whole world view hinges on those beliefs. Our life, or what perceive as our life depends on it.

Conclusion

So we kind of know that all our beliefs that we have are built on top of illusions. Now the question remains, are we ready to question those? Are we ready to die, let go of our attachments to what we thought was true and be reborn again to a new, higher truth?