Zozo: Sometimes I feel I am in a prison. This life is a punishment for some other lives where I did something wrong and as a result–all freedom was taken away from me. I am not the only prisoner here though–I feel this is purgatory and everyone here is spending their life-sentences–though most of them don’t see iron bars. They don’t see limitations, traps, repetitions and enormous suffering like I do.
Zaza: But as you told me once before we don’t have any idea if other dimensions exist for sure. It’s all myths, scriptures and hearsay. If all we have is this world and this life–comparing it to a penitentiary is flawed because this is an experience, a way of living which exists inside this world–like other modes–being free and able to accomplish what one aims for.
Zo: Yes, this analogy of prison is inherently flawed but I feel it comes to us from those beings who realized unbound freedom and had their previous experience of limitation to compare it with. It’s faith in that freedom–not only because someone said so but also because our intuition, something inside us tells us that there must be different modes of existence. Take dreams for example: we feel much more freedom and things are more fluid compared to waking state–which suggests that there must be another state even more free from both dream and waking and quiescent like sleep state Continue reading “A Prison and A Dream”