Phantoms and Development by Master HORA
All objects ― like phantoms, are temporary.
An explanation of why it is this way: The Lomonosov law of the conservation of matter indicates that all visible objects, like phantoms ― exist today, then are gone tomorrow; but their energy does not disappear to nowhere.
This Lomonosov flask ― can be compared with the Indian sansara, the karmic wheel of rebirth: energy does not disappear to nowhere, and its phantom hologram can be repeated and be unlike itself, having gone through the circle of changes. (If anyone is confused by the word "hologram," you can use the word "matrix," because it traces two lines, two types of thinking: East ― West.)
A phantom hologram of an object, while transforming from one energy to another, remembers nothing. It's like when a person, going from the wakeful state to the world of dreams, cannot remember anything, and after coming out of his dream state into the wakeful state, also, does not remember anything. The "I " hologram is moving, it can be both physically manifested, as well as energeticallyhidden ― a phantom quality, a different, parallel dream world.
The book of destiny ― in general is a book about phantoms-objects. As it turns out, the book is eternal, but all that it describes ― is changeable.
Hindi are trying to get out from such a book ― karma ― leave the circle of rebirth and the suffering associated with it. We are trying to leave this book and go to Heaven, Eternal life ... This book ― is a sort of Lomonosov flask. Where everything is changing, the only thing that remains constant ― is the book itself. This book can be called "The Book of Destiny." The book of phantom objects could also be called transcendental unconscious meditation of an object’s development.
Thus, all objects are in the zone of evolution ― development, and only consciousness is able to wake up and leave unconscious meditation ― and enter into conscious one; make this transition.
Basically, this is what the ancients wanted (in modern language) ― wanted to leave the unconscious state, and enter into the conscious one. It's like going from a wakeful state to a dream state without losing your “I,” and returning from the dream to wakefulness without lost "I." The example is simple and quite easy to understand, but is practically impossible to achieve. There are Exceptions. And these "exceptions" explain the phantom nature of objects.
Master does it in his own way, in an extremely modern and distinct language.