The meaning of life in a different perspective.

12  I wrote about the driving force of evolution, being the tension that comes from the opposition between matter and antimatter and the role played by the spirit in overcoming this opposition and thus making progress and development possible.

The spirit creates stability and order from the destructive opposition between matter and antimatter. The spirit behaves itself like a cocoon of all existing matter and antimatter, creating progress in the evolutionary process of the universe as a protector and carrier of information.

Human life is a product of successful evolution. Human behaviour is rational and complex. This makes man the dominant species in his environment. Too dominant, I think; the boundaries of nature and energy consumption have been crossed. The ecosystem is under pressure from the egotistical behaviour of man. Groups of people striving for material gain and desire block the existence of an ecologically harmonious society. Egotistical behaviour has become institutionalised in politics and economics.

Structures of power affirm worldwide inequalities in wealth and consumption. Large groups of people live in poverty and suffer bad living conditions and large parts of nature wither away because of the immense pressure from irresponsible production methods and consumption patterns. This primary egotistical human behaviour is driven by a fixation on material profit.

After the last big bang the ratio of matter and antimatter shifted in favour of matter. Antimatter was largely destroyed. The spirit stabilised the ratio of matter and antimatter. Tensions in this unequal distribution of original symmetry lead to the development of increasingly better and more effective forms of life. Ever more effective means to pursue self-interest and profit are acquired. Spiritual education obtained from a social-cultural environment should counterbalance this excessive, all-encompassing consumption and waste of natural resources.

Political movements should oppose the unjust results of market mechanisms. Today, differences in political views and behaviour have diminished and been replaced with a pragmatic capitalist management role. Globalisation and degradation of politically determined trade tariffs synchronise policy instruments across the world. Capitalist market principles decrease the margins of political independence, egging humanity on in a spiral of increased productivity and quality.

This spiral has winners and losers: winners can afford absurd patterns of high consumption whereas the quality of life for those who cannot keep up worsens. Nature too has to pay a high price to sustain this spiral. Humanity, or politics, put the environment on the agenda, but for the time being actual measures do not match nature’s ruin. The bill for this irresponsible behaviour is passed on to future generations: ‘après nous le déluge’.

Moderation of energy and nature consumption is urgently required, but hard to gain public support for. It does not fit the mantra: better, prettier and more. The market mechanism does not provide for the need to treat fellow human beings and creatures well. The spirit has to bring an end to this destructive capitalist market mechanism. Spiritual riches has to help people realise that the current developments require adjusting to avoid a catastrophe.

Spiritual riches has to teach people that the current patterns of high consumption and productivity are disastrous. The spirit’s task is to diminish material progress, or profit, so the original symmetry of matter and antimatter is restored. It is a contradiction that the spirit itself creates progress of material organisation and human intelligence.

This has led to the phenomenal evolutionary progress of life on earth. We now have the final stop of this development in sight. Human intelligence is in danger of succumbing to its own success. Hopefully in time the spirit will lead humanity to understand that the current way in which man and nature live together is finite.

The spirit created human intelligence which, if good, can achieve wonderful things, but, if bad, can cause terribly brutal and rude violence. Spiritual riches for the greater part of humanity should ensure that these negative qualities are reduced to such a level that prevents further damage to fellow human beings and nature. Spiritual riches has to create a stable and harmonious individual able to look further than the news of the day and to put life with all its happiness and unhappiness into perspective.

This spiritual riches is not received by sheer luck. People and their environment have to work hard to achieve it. If it is attained, life’s relativity becomes clear. Superficial pleasure and excessive consumption are revealed as false goals in life and wrong signs to measure success in life. One shrugs one’s shoulders when confronted with extravagant luxury and pleasure. You know that is not where you will find true happiness. You see through this façade of glitter and glamour, human limitations and this fixation on material fulfilment.

The meaning of life is: the synthesis of spirit and matter, which created evolution, and the antithesis of matter and antimatter, which formed the original symmetry. To restore this original symmetry between matter and antimatter through spiritual riches is essential. This can be done by gaining spiritual riches, so a new synthesis of spirit and antimatter can evolve after life, irrespective of limitations in matter and time.

This spiritual life is excluded from natural laws. It can be seen as a ‘nothingness’, or ‘Nirwana’. It is there where the spirit is completely free from material limitations and liberated from egotism. It can be reached by living through many lives, for better and for worse. Its reward is spiritual maturity. When Nirwana is reached, there is spiritual maturity, there are no material limitations and there is spare energy to restore the original symmetry of matter and antimatter.

‘Life’ after death is a process of spiritual cleansing. The memory of imaginary numbers reaches another world as karma. A world where spirit and antimatter are dominant. In my opinion the so-called black holes can be considered as such a world. They are so intensely compact, that the natural laws as we know them in our universe do not apply. Their gravitational pull is so strong, it is impossible to escape. The materially charged number sequences are cracked and destroyed by this immense gravity.

If a conscience, or memory, has suffered too great a burden – insufficient cleansing – it is deposited in subconscious matter and attracts new life, or birth: a new cycle of life is started. Memory, or karma, are cleansed from egotistical desires and abuse of power in order to enable a fresh start with a clean slate. In a black hole natural laws do not apply.

All information is collected, escape is impossible for ordered matter – energy. It is possible to evaporate, however, but only for strictly chaotic matter. Serious forms of egotism and power abuse cannot be cleansed so that karma ensures a completely clean new life. In case of serious abusive behaviour in previous life, as a punishment a new place of birth will be found where material profit and riches are unimportant, because the cycle of life is aimed at reaching Nirwana. Eventually, after tough lessons, the path of spiritual depth and riches will be chosen.

The individual has achieved peace and wisdom. They know better than to follow the superficial news of the day. They could not care less about extravagant luxury and pleasure. They will soon be liberated from the straitjacket of material progress, and reach Nirwana.

Time stands still in black holes, nor are there any dimensions of space. The synthesis of spirit and matter is broken and dies. The new synthesis of spirit and antimatter is dominant in black holes, which destroys matter. The released energy evaporates into our universe, so the laws of conservation of energy still apply. Because of this transfer mechanism the original symmetry of matter and antimatter can be restored in the future.

When this pivotal point is reached so many billions of years after the last big bang, it signifies that the history of this universe has come to an end. The eventually too unbalanced situation of matter and antimatter remaining after a few subsequent big bangs was redirected by the spirit to start an evolutionary process in our universe.

The memory of this process of growth in matter organisation resulted in intelligent organic life. It cannot be said this process only applies to the species of man. It could well be that this universal evolutionary kernel created other intelligent forms of life at other planets. Evolution is directed forwards to drive the force that comes from the tensions between matter, spirit and antimatter and allow it to shape time and the organisational level of material processes.

In black holes time stands still, to create room for reflection and meditation. In black holes the spirit cleanses memory, cracks the codes and reviews if Nirwana can be reached. Where there is insufficient spiritual riches, a new life cycle follows to try and reach spiritual maturity. Thus evil is punished in death, if this has not been done in life.

The higher the bank account, the higher its holder’s moral debt to society. Abuse of power, corruption, distortion and criminal behaviour will be indirectly punished through karma, which all people carry with them in life and in death. So that justice is done towards fellow human beings and society. Karma makes visible all matters good and evil.

New life seeks new paths and avoids making previous mistakes. The unimportance of material profit is emphasized. Karma, not completely cleansed, looks for a destination that makes a fresh course of life, with new parents, possible. A course of life that also shows progress, typical for the evolution of the universe and organic life.

It cannot be a coincidence which parents are chosen by karma. The destiny was set in a previous life. During cleansing, good as well as bad qualities of karma are diminished to create space for new genetic and phenotypical information in a new life. They are not lost when a life expires. This memory in the shape of imaginary numbers represents a key that fits the code of the union with a new life. The destiny is assigned to a new life by karma as a tailor-made code of imaginary numbers that corresponds with the code shared by a new pair of parents.

This does not mean that karma always selects the right parents. Karma that has many issues to resolve from previous lives will be dealt new parents that do not share a harmonious path through life. And so a new difficult path for both parties is created, as punishment and purification.

Hopefully such a hard life leads to the realisation that things can and must be done differently this time around. Short-comings from a previous life are compensated in a new destiny. A new life with new parents in a new environment should result in a stronger and more balanced life, offering more opportunities of spiritual riches and maturity. It is easy to say that someone’s difficult behaviour and bad situation in life are a punishment for mistakes made in a previous life and prove this person is unwilling to change their behaviour and circumstances for the better.

Such an attitude only serves to prolong their situation and is not helpful in encouraging progress. People who want to do good, also have the obligation to show erring human beings the right direction. People who say ‘what goes around, comes around’ choose the temptingly easy option. Truly spiritual riches exceeds such an easy attitude towards one’s fellow human beings. The option to lend a helping hand to people of bad behaviour who live in bad circumstances is much more difficult and harder to do. Truly spiritual riches sees through the easy way of condemning a fellow human being who makes a mistake or is worse off.

A human being is created by fellow human beings. All good things come to those who make them happen. Show mercy onto those who do bad and show them the right way. Support those who are worse off, even if they are to blame, so they can do better. To actively live out these obligations, requires much wisdom, maturity and courage. When you succeed in spreading such an attitude to life, you have reached the entrance to Nirwana.

Injustice and abuse should be combatted so that the victims, as well as perpetrators, can be helped to improve their situation with the aid of other people. Show a good example as opposed to a bad one. It is not always right to build prisons and distribute long and inhuman punishments. Teaching people the morals of good and bad and rewarding good behaviour again is the difficult path for a society that has to deal with many transgressions.

The general notion of what true morality and ethics are should present the way forward, even if there is much crime within society. Morality and ethics have religious, political and philosophical aspects and, consequently, they change and pose subjective values. To many people they serve as a compass, showing the way through life, but when there is deterioration and abuse of power, things start to slide. What may be self-evident to one person, may be unimportant to or ignored by another.

The fundament of civilization will start to slide. The distinction between good and bad becomes more vague. When the influence of religion and politics wanes, people will decide themselves what is good and what is evil, be it based on philosophical principles or on egotism. The true meaning of life, namely the spirit, should be the fundament on which a set of moral values and ethics is built, with the adage ‘Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you’ at its centre.