The Six Fundamental Considerations of WAYVionics

WAYVionics endorses physicist John A. Wheeler's assertion that "There is no 'out there' out there."

In other words, there is no independently-existing physical reality outside of your own conscious perception. Perception (the Observer Effect in quantum physics) creates reality, and without a conscious perception of it, there is none. This is a fundamental principle of quantum mechanics.
Despite what the Buddha said about the Self, namely that no such thing exists, WAYVionics holds to the idea that there is an axis of awareness that constitutes what we experience as a Self. This axis serves as a fixed or enduring vertical reference about which each individual's reality spins, either clockwise or counter-clockwise (or both by turns). The axis is not the reality that spins about it, but rather a self-referencing, organizing locus for perceptual engagement with imaginary stimuli. The axis of Self usually mistakes its surrounding virtual reality for something existing outside itself instead of recognizing its own key function as the necessary axis which enables the spin of the imaginary to surround it. Without an axis, no imaginary spin is possible because the Self could not recognize itself reflected in what it imagines (what it is not). This is the sense in which there could appear to be no Self.
Whatever is "good" is not a bargaining factor. No one is rewarded for being good. You can have what you want without satisfying a pre-condition for goodness. All you need to know is how to get out of your own way when placing intent. Intent is not connected to outcome. Intent is its own reason for placement. It is a comprehensive spectrum. Outcome looks after itself. The left brain, fed by cause and effect, thinks intent and outcome have claims upon each other when they have no formal relation at all. Intent is a sudden, non-specific expansion, an intuitive feeling of accelerated potential, or a compelling hunch, while outcome defies expectation. It is pure possibility, the potential of the unspecified. Intent is action without purpose. Outcome just comes out however it wants to.

Compassion is widely considered to be a good thing, mainly because it requires a subject on whom the compassion is lavished so that you can see what your compassion does. It has to be intrusive because it is based on your subjective judgment about who needs compassion. Of course, if you believe compassion to be universal and applicable to everyone and everything at all times, then you would appear to have no compassion at all since there is nothing singular to feel compassion for. You would simply appear not to care. Despite those who like to remind you of the universality of suffering, thereby bringing rain to your parade, compassion for the world amounts to feeling a blurry sentimentality for a nebulous confabulation, which can cloud the rest of your life. Pretty soon you have an ever-growing ball of needy accretions that impede free choice. Under what circumstances would it be okay not to be compassionate? Compassion is a gateway drug. Once you try it, you will never be able to stop using it, and it will lead to unpleasant side effects like an inability to appreciate comic irony and ultimately to the loss of any sense of humor whatever. That's a steep price to pay for being good. And forget about the "greater good." That's always been a noble-sounding ploy for manipulating people into doing something they wouldn't particularly want to do for themselves. Nobody can know what the greater good would be anyway-too many variables. Have compassion for yourself first, and the trickle-down will take care of itself. Compassion for yourself precludes the need to program yourself into perpetual self-denial on the behalf of others and which, at its worst, could lead you into that most compelling of human emotions-self-sacrifice.
There is no truth, only levels of meaning. Werner Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle pretty much confounded the truth-seekers. If you can't measure the velocity and the location of an object at the same time, you are always left with less than the whole truth about anything. The observation of any property makes a complementary quality uncertain. So "truth" is pretty much a subjective judgment call. Its meaning is what gives it the force of authority, and its meaning is open to interpretation. That's why science is mainly guesswork. Some guesses seem better than others, however, because the level of meaning of the better guesses has greater meaningful content. When you transform quantum potential into a virtual reality, it's because you associate greater meaning with a given potential than with others.
The details don't matter. WAYVionics maintains that we are guests in our particular holographic realities and should not naively set about changing anything. We are free to choose, which is our most important discretionary freedom, but we may not change that which, in the form of circumstances, motivate our choices. Choices may change circumstances, but circumstances create the opportunities that allow for choices to be made. The scenery or details of our experiences are unimportant. Whether we are short or tall, fat or thin, male or female, rich or poor, whether our geography or the climate in which we live is to our liking our not, and our culture and the customs of our location pleasant or not, whether we are Asian, Caucasion, Negroid, Slavic, Hispanic, etc., it is all just scenery. Within the context of our scenery, we make choices which affect our growth and development as spiritual beings, and that's what counts. "Yeah," you may counter, "but what if we choose to make changes?" Wait for the opportunities for choice to develop so that your choices will have meaning. Otherwise you're attempting to stack the deck according to the choices you prefer be presented to you. With complete trust in the Universal Consciousness, The Field, the One, the details will never matter.
Everything happens in the Eternal Now. This consideration has far-reaching if not limitless implications. The past is not fixed, neither is the future immutable. Whatever you can imagine for the future, you can re-imagine for the past. Do that, and the past changes just as the future remains unformed until you engage it when it becomes the present.

Here's the mind-blower. When your observation collapses quantum wave function into what appears to be matter, the matter appears with an already established history. Let's say that you observe what turns into a fossil that is 650,000 years old, the age of which you establish by carbon dating. The dating doesn't "discover" the age of the fossil. The instant you observed it, you created its 650,000-year past. In other words, what we perceive as the "past" is continually being created in the present. It exists nowhere else but in the present in your observation of the fossil, which is actually trapped light, which you trapped by collapsing quantum wave potential through your act of observation.

Here's the stunning implication for your everyday life:

Life doesn't "happen" to you because it's already "out there" before you experience it. It's all up for grabs all the time. You're not a pawn or a victim until you choose to be one (no matter what scenery is on the stage) or, in other words, until you make the necessary observations which will create the virtual circumstances and conditions for the pawn or victim experience. So much for your "personal history." Don Juan wasn't just teasing Carlos Castaneda when he urged him to erase his personal history. We are taught that who we are and what we do depends upon it, but it's really all just smoke.

Now — and WAYVionics stresses that temporal exclamation mark — you are probably familiar with the popular notion that light "travels" as waves through space. After all, it has a specific speed of 186,000 miles per second. So, the story goes, if a star billions of miles away from you emits light that travels 186,000 miles per second, it will take millions of light years for it to reach your eyes, which means that the starlight you are seeing in the present is actually light from the past. Will wonders never cease?

This intriguing assumption is based upon the supposition that space is an empty medium through which stuff travels from place to place as fast as it likes (but never faster than the speed of light), and it is able to do this because reality, including space, is continuous, flowing uninterruptedly everywhere. But this is a misperception created by our limited sensory input. Reality is actually discontinuous (not all physicists agree to this, but enough do to give me a dog in the fight), stopping and starting again, blinking off and on at superluminal speed. The effect is like watching a film in which you don't see the spaces between the frames containing the images because your eyes and brain can't track the discontinuity at the speed at which the film is moving through the projector.

This discontinuity of reality — its blinking off and on — makes space fluctuate between existence and non-existence. The stops create a rigidity in space which allows for a vibrational frequency to hold itself in place. A light already in existence-such as the light from a star-isn't traveling. It has an in–place vibration. If it were traveling, we could experience the past in the present, causing all sorts of chaotic collisions, which would make the present impossible to manage. We would be in two realities simultaneously. Like the fossil with its instant history, the light from the stars can exist only in the present as the result of our immediate perception of it. You don't have to wait for the light. It is in your immediate perception as an instantaneous creation in the present — the Eternal Now.