Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 67: Contexts for the Creation of Time.
Once before time, there was one.
The fragmentation of one creates world.
The condition for the beginning of fragmentation is unknown.
One divided by all forms of life equals world.
Spirit animates form. Form exists temporarily in world. Beyond world is One.
The death of form creates a return for Spirit to the realm of One.
Beings are form animated by Spirit, consciousness of their own limited existence.
Consciousness is awareness of the condition. Identification with form is delusion.
Identification with form is the primary delusion. Narratives arise from the seeming existence as an isolated fragment in psychological time. The narrative of the mind is the center for all the universe anchored in time. Cultural narratives condition fragments in time. Narratives become ideologies, systems, institutions. Fragmentation is further constructed. Alienation occurs in the mind of the subject.