Metaphysical implications of the Three Minds

+The Third Mind (undifferentiated consciousness, "no mind") self-illumines as the Second Mind. The Second Mind differentiates as the individuals, individual objects, and the world of multiplicity, all of which exist in relationship with each other.

+The world we experience is the appearance of consciousness. Specifically, the world we experience is made of the Second Mind, which can appear as individual First Minds and as matter, just as a dreaming mind can appear as individual minds within the dream and as matter within the dream.

+Space-time dimensions are frames of the Second Mind.

+Physical space and M1 space is the experience of difference between two points within the Second Mind, due to the localization of identity from the Second Mind down to a localized First Mind point. Space itself is the vibration of the Second Mind.

+Time is the experience of a sequence of points or events, again due to the localization of First Mind identity.

+While the body can seem to contain the First Mind, the body is located within and as a part of the Second Mind.

+Birth is the association of a First Mind with a dimension-specific correlate (body).

+Death is the dissociation of a First Mind from its dimension-specific correlate (body).

+The body as a distinct structure is born and dies. The body as modified mentality is continuously recycling.

+The First Mind extends prior to birth and after death.

+Each lifetime is exquisitely significant in its ability to uniquely express as the First Mind.

+The Second Mind is birthless and deathless.

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