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The Holy Instant experience

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DREAMLESS, EGOLESS, BODILESS, SPACELESS, TIMELESS AND MATTERLESS STATE

Ozodi Thomas Osuji

What does it mean to wake up, as Buddha said that he did? It means to suddenly see ones ego and body disappear and one no longer is in the dream of space, time and matter and one knows one's self as one with all creation and its creator; that world is the world of eternity and infinite knowledge, in it one is birthed in total knowledge.

God is not a person but the creator and center of creation; he is in each of us.  When one awakens in unified spirit one can deliberately choose to return to the dream world for the sake of helping those in the dream to know that they are in a foreign land, are aliens in the world of space, time and matter; one is now in the world but is not part of it; one's body is now calm, and does not really have any feeling in it for one merely uses it as one uses a car to live in the world but knows that it is not who one is and one can at any point in time leave that body and ego state and sink back into formless God.

The dream of separation requires one to be born in body, age and die but if one is awakened one does not need to die for one knows that one is not born and the dream is not real.

The world is a dream and is not real and does not exist; one enters it by merely wishing to be in it; thus one can wish to leave it and leave it.

The dream self is maintained by making the ego and body seem real and by having them feel physical and psychological pain when attacked by other people and one defends them; to be in the ego and body one must have ones ego and body attacked and defend them.

One asks other people to attack one and they ask one to attack one to enable one feel attacked hence defend one's self and remain in ego and the world and or awaken from identification with the ego and body (the purpose of every attack on one, every bad thing that other people do to one is to enable one see that one is not an ego and body and that other people are not ego and bodies and that the world is not real and does not exist, salvation).

Every attack offers one the opportunity to reinforce the ego or to overlook it and awaken from ego.

If one knows that the ego and body do not exist, and that the world does not exist, then one cannot be attacked by other people that do not exist in a world that does not exist so one is not defensive of ego and body.

Jesus awakened from the ego and world long before his so called crucifixion on the cross; he would leave his apostles and be in formless, egoless God and then return to them when he needs to teach them lessons (remember him when his apostles were sinking in a boat and suddenly he appeared and calmed the waters for them). He knew that they believed in the reality of ego, body and the world so he allowed his self to seem in body and had other people seem to attack and crucify him and he resurrected from seeming death; none of those were true; he resurrected from ego before the so-called crucifixion on the cross.

Resurrection is from the ego; crucifixion is to see one's self living in ego and body.

There is no earth; there are no attackers attacking you; there are no slave masters enslaving you; there are no white folks discriminating against you; to the extent that you see those seeming things happen to you, you are in a dream and you wished for them to happen to you.

In the dream of real self-forgetfulness, the dream of specialness and separation, it seems that separation is real and you see other people attack your ego and body and you defend your ego and body. You see other people who seem separated from you seem to attack you and you are defensive; they too experience attack on their bodies by seeming separated others; all people in the dream, on earth agreed that attack is real and that defense is justified and that maintains the dream of separation.

Now, you know that the world does not exist and that you do not live in ego and body, and in doing so you are saved, awakened.

No one can attack you unless you wish to be attacked so as to justify belief in ego and body.

Now you are no longer in body but can appear to live in body to use that body teach those who believe that they are in body that they are not in body; you can be anywhere in the world by merely wishing to be there and if you do not want to be anywhere in the world you simply disappear from the world and know yourself in the world of formless unified spirit or in the world of light forms.

In the world of spirit you forget about the existence of this world or you can be at the gate of heaven and be formless spirit and speak to people in bodies as a disembodied self (spirit guides).

Post Script:

This material is obviously for highly advanced persons, not for the run of the mill human being who is an animal and believes in his ego and body and defends it. There are people who actually know that they are not their bodies and egos and occasionally experience themselves out of their bodies, experience oneness with God and the entire spiritual universe (Holy Instant), what Hinduism calls Samadhi, Buddhism calls Nirvana, Zen calls Satori and Christian mysticism calls the mystical union of God and his son as one self, an ineffable experience of peace and joy, bliss.

Ozodi Thomas Osuji

January 26, 2018

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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176