The Perfection Gear

Operating @100%, i.e. @1, i.e. @1’ness




 The Perfection Gear (i.e. the contact speed (or connection rate) of c) is achieved if and when 100% (i.e. absolute with regard to a given capacity) self-condensation (or concentration; Sanskrit: samadhi) is achieved.


The Perfection Gear (i.e. speed @c, hence @absolute speed) happens if and when a (complex) self (i.e. a byte (as series) of differences) is fully condensed (i.e. fully self-ordered, therefore @rest, therefore in nirvana). Fully condensed (i.e. concentrated), it presents for contact as a (deadweight) bit, unit or quantum, therefore at the ultimate speed (of absolute certainty, i.e. @c). In other words, the Perfection Gear (or speed, i.e. absoluteness of contact) is achieved if and when a self (momentarily) achieves wholeness (i.e. completeness, i.e. @1status, i.e. one-pointed-ness, hence self-stillness).


The upside- and/or after-effects (i.e. the self’s pay-offs) of connecting with (or driving in) the Perfection Gear (sometimes experienced visually as purple, but mostly as a very bright or golden glow) are awesome. They are the ultimate experience schedule, mistaken by some as the (experience of the) Ultimate (i.e. as the atman (Pali: atta) ≈ the Brahman, or god, or THE GOD). The self-affects of contact @c are the experience of absolute (because presenting @c, hence at the absolute contact rate) realness, of absolute (i.e. non-exclusive) consciousness and of absolute (i.e. all-pervading) joy (or rapturous bliss, Sanskrit: ananda), the latter being a self-representation of the (apparently unlimited) degree of energy available (hence of freedom (Sanskrit: ananta) for further contact.


The downside affect of the Perfection Gear (or speed), that is to say, its extreme danger, is that in order to achieve it, the self must eliminate its (internal) imperfection (i.e. its @-less-than-c-contact-capacity), that is to say, its internal disorder (i.e. its misalignment, disharmony, random movement, hence heat, and so on). In other words, to achieve the Perfection Gear, a self (i.e. an identifiable reality) has to die to itself, i.e. to cease, indeed, stop all internal action, i.e. become cold, and hence hard as a rock (or deadwood); in short, it must speed up into the steady state of (psych-)osis.


Since increased speed brings closer to perfection, and therefore to its awesome and blissful pay-offs, every human self-drives to speed up, indeed by any means physical and mental and, already since ancient times, chemical.