Dream Nice Dreams Zee!

When Douglas Adams wrote The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, he added a joke which later has become more famous than the novel itself: "The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything is 42." A large number of lunatics have since wasted years trying to assign some significance to the number 42.

According to the novel, the most advanced computer in our universe, The Deep Thought, spent 7.5 million years to calculate the answer to this ultimate question. And, as we see, it is 42... Is this a consequence of a vaguely formulated question?

It is so funny. This question is just like a question: What is eye color of a barren woman's son?

So my friend, stop all your worries.

I put all my efforts toward myself in the most selfish way but I'll share it with you: there is no one thing in this life worth to be worried about. You are here for a short period of time in order to have fun. Life has no meaning unless you want to fool yourself!

I have concluded this in December 2014, while I was sitting besides my mother in hospital. She was dying from liver cancer. She was sleeping in a bed, I was beside her and I was thinking about her life, how beautiful and strong she was, and how her life passed so quickly.

I realized, back then, that she never existed, she as a person, as an identity, was just a bunch of memories and stories which on the end, are all forgotten. Life is not given to us, it is here to blind us from our real Self, but that is just for some short period of time, life is just like a dream.

Life was never intended to be a serious thing

So have a fun, be and feel healthy, look nice and observe details, notice and  understand things as they are happening... and laugh. Don't forget to laugh.

If you think that with some magical change you will start understanding life and get enlightenment you are really on the wrong track. There is no enlightenment and no transformation, no change can bring you closer to that.

The whole enlightenment thing is based upon the idea of transformation. The same as you, I hoped that my morning meditation will change me. The truth is, there is nothing to be changed or transformed.

Enlightenment, awakening, waking up, self-realization, Truth, moksha, liberation, and all that stuff are just variations on the same theme. Change!!!

We want to change ourselves but we have never questioned the existence of that one who is to be changed. And wanting something that does not exist is the root of all problems.

Dream nice dreams Zee!

Couple years ago, I was sitting in the morning meditation when suddenly God came to visit me. Wow, God finally came to me. I was overjoyed but only for a little while...

Have you ever suspected this Zee? Everything is but a vision, it has no existence.

I could hardly breathe, "A vision"?

Life itself is only a vision Zee, a dream. Nothing exists, all is a dream. Me, man, the world, the sun, moon, stars - all a dream, all without existence. Nothing exists except you. Only you exist!


But you are not you. You have no body, no blood, no bones, you are awareness, all pervading thought "I".

I myself have no existence, I am but a dream you dream, creature of your imagination. I am going away. You will remain a thought, only existent thought, and by your nature inextinguishable, indestructible. Here and now, I have revealed you to yourself and set you free.

Dream nice dreams Zee!

Strange, indeed, that you should not have suspected that your universe and the world were only dreams, visions, fiction! Strange, because they are so frankly and hysterically insane - like all dreams

Do you see that the world is pure insanity, the silly creation of an imagination that is not conscious of its freaks. Haha Zee, it is your dream, you are maker of it.

It is true, that which I have just revealed to you, there is no God, no universe, no human race, no earthly life, no heaven, no hell. It is all dream, and very foolish one. Nothing exists but you. And you are but "I" thought, wondering the empty eternities.

He vanished and left me walking my lonely path...