Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 72: Discoloration of Psychological Time

The subject does not exist.

The allocation of meaning takes place in mind.  Mind is the disciple of time. Time exists in the horizontal dimension. Past and future are not now. The dislocation of reason is fear based. What accounts for systems and ideologies is a discombobulated logic. The present subject is sometimes object. States of time are represented in the structure of language.

Initial projections and judgements are pre-programmed instances of time. The disconnection between time, mind, and language is freedom. Freedom occurs in stillness. All that exists exists beyond time. The language used now by I is only in reference to something beyond itself: an incomprehensible, unbearable state of freedom.