I just got a jail broken fire stick today and watched my first jail broken movie on it, Arrival.
I don’t condone jail broken fire sticks, I give nobody permission to use a jailbroken anything other than myself.
Now that that’s clear, I want to talk about this movie!
The whole premise of the movie (this is a spoiler just so you know), is that by learning a special language – the alien language – it reconstructs your brain into seeing your future memories.
I learned about this a while ago on my own during one of my ruminating epidemics. People of other languages interpret things differently and therefore must think differently. I never knew this was an actual study called the sapir-whorf hypothesis until I watched this movie.
So anyway, if you learn their alien language fluently, you’ll be able to interpret time differently. So it’s non-linear. The memories you make in the future can help you out in the present by giving you clues on what to do next.
I know I wrote about this paradox before, how this is impossible even if it were to be possible. The whole grandfather time travel paradox for example. But the movie skirts around this issue by not changing the past.
Your future memories are the best possible outcome so instead of changing anything, you’re simply following the thread to the best future possible which has already happened in your future memories.
Confusing? Yes. They don’t explain all that in the movie, it’s more implied than anything. I think it would make a better book so people understand this a little better.
But this is so similar to what I was going through during the fall of 2015. If you read my posts from back then, I was purposely writing to my future self to help me out. To send me strength or answers, or both. I was praying to myself because according to ayahuasca, there is no god, just us. This doesn’t make me an atheist, it’s just that, well, it’s too complicated to get into at the moment. And I vowed never to get transfixed with crazy preach speech again.
Screw it, one more time I’ll try to explain my interpretation of God when I intuited it from ayahuasca.
God is the universe. That’s probably a universal understanding, nothing new there. But what exactly is the universe?
Our technology today can measure just about anything. We can measure the static residue caused by the big bang and figure out how old the universe is, and how big it’s becoming. Basically according to science, the universe is a finite, measurable place. It’s measurable because it had a beginning.
Now lets look at what’s beyond the measurable/known universe. What do you think is out there?
More universe, that’s what’s out there.
Now, just take a moment and think about this. I mean really think about it. If there’s more universe, an infinite universe, do you know what that means? Do you know what that implicates? It implies everything. Literally everything is out there.
In other words, another you is out there. It’s mathematically impossible for there not to be another you in an infinite sea of universes. Not only that, but it’s impossible for there not to be an infinite number of you’s in an infinite sea of universes.
Everything exists. Even Jesus.
But you may argue that these other replica’s of earth must abide by our laws of physics. It’s impossible to turn water into wine no matter what world you live in. And yes, that’s true if you’re speaking about our “known” universe, but all other universes can have their own set of laws.
Do you understand what I’m saying? Everything exists. Everything. It’s like when I experienced my two seconds of emptiness (I know I talk about that a lot and it’s getting old), when I felt nothing but possibilities. Nothing exists but possibilities.
Another way to interpret this infinity is to imagine an ape typing on a typewriter. Given enough time, he’ll eventually type Hamlet word for word. Not only Hamlet, but every book ever written, every book that was never written.
So when people believe in God, do they even know what that means? Do they have any idea what god is? How can you believe in something when you don’t even know what it is that you believe in?
After doing ayahuasca, belief in god or in any religion, is mind boggling baffling to me.
The universe is God. If there are infinite universes, does that mean there are an infinite number of gods?
Instead of believing in god, I known for certain that I exist. So I’m more comfortable believing in myself. An infinite amount of Melanie’s all blogging simultaneous.
There’s this thing in physics called quantum entanglement. Two completely separate particles act like one particle. Whatever happens to one of them, happens to it’s twin. Even lightyears apart. None can explain this.
What if I’m quantumly entangled with all these infinite Melanie’s? They can send me secret messages via gut-feelings? What happens to their soul when they die? Do we become one?
Ayahuasca also told me that I must believe in god in order for me not to go to hell. It’s totally contradictory. This I can not explain, or understand.
What I intuited is that I have to have complete faith in the “process” without any fear what-so-ever and the only way to get around the obstacle of fear is to believe in a higher power. Absolute trust.
So, God exists and doesn’t exist at the same time. It’s Schrodinger’s cat all over again.
Anyway, today is Wednesday night, technically Thursday. The last time I went to work was on Sunday. These last few days were blissful.
I actually have to finish charging my member clients because it’s the first of the month….it’s already 12:08 so I should do that.
I haven’t done my taxes like I said I would. My reason being is that Groupon didn’t send me my tax statement yet. It’s a valid excuse. All my receipts are tally’d up just about so all I need to do is plug in the numbers.
I love my receptionist. These past few days of bliss were made possible by her being there instead of me.
My only worries hanging over my head are:
- Doing my taxes
- Hiring another therapist
And that’s it. Even with my two employee’s leaving me, the business will be fine. They picked the best possible time to move on. Is this due to that higher power ayahuasca mentioned? Because I’m learning how to trust the process?
I don’t know. All I know is that it is strange to see my life shaping up exactly how I want it to be. It’s strange to think I can have my own house as soon as next year, and the time and money for travel and leisure. It’s all happening, inch by painful inch.
Husband and kids were never meant for me, I never wanted them. But why? I don’t know why I don’t want them while everyone else I know does. There has got to be something bigger taking place. Is this part of trusting the process? The things we desire, do these desires come from something outside ourselves? They seeded themselves within us, making us believe we have a choice and that it came from us, our decision, but what if it has to do with the process?
Desire and addiction are not the same. Addiction is the opposite of trust. Addiction is ego, it’s filling the void where trust should be.
I don’t know, I feel like, I don’t know…..I don’t know about any of this. But it’s so fun to think about. How I can formulate an equation that the universe abides by. A formula that if I crack it, would unlock every answer to every question. Making my wildest dreams come true.
I should freaking charge the rest of my members.
I will NOT watch another movie on my jailbroken fire stick tonight. I will NOT. I especially will NOT write a 1400 word blog post about said movie.