Things Are Changing
When this website was created I didn't know about climate change. I have done much research into this. In my world, the near term extinction of the human species (by 2040), is a fact.
This new paradigm has compelled me to introduce a new, for lack of a better word "religion", using our extinction as a frame of reference. This system of liberation (religion) I am calling: "Nonconceptuality".
Whether or not you have accepted our impending extinction as a fact, the following inquiry may offer a deeper level of understanding:
Every individual human is aware of it's mortality. We have accepted that the body will pass, and for the most part we are okay with our own individual death. However, the idea that the entire human species is going to die... well that seems to strike us all as the worst possible thing that could happen.
If "your name here" passes away, never to return or to have any connection again to humanity, then why would it matter if everyone dies at the same time?
It matters because up until now you could always come back to play the game, but with the extinction of the entire species, there will be no way to come back onto this planet to have another human experience. The more one identifies as "your name here", the more vexing this situation will be while in the death state.
Nonconceptuality, as does The One Step Path, offers the most effective means in which to transcend the illusion of the ego, and find the peace that is our true nature. There's no more time for fucking around.
The time is right for a new religion. It is time to relate the deeper Truths via new stories and parables. Millennials and Gen-Xers will connect easier with references to Simulation Theory and Singularities than with the Cycle of Samsara and imaginary gods. When it becomes clear that science, our newest religion, will not save us, there will be only despair.
Nonconceptuality uses an updated narrative to explain the state of things, in an attempt to make the path out of illusion and suffering, more clear.
The writing of Nonconceptuality is ongoing and can be found under the "Nonconceptuality" tab.