Jim Carrey: Spirituality, death and experiencing non-local and absolute consciousness

Jerry Seinfeld & Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey believes death will be an awesome moment – “such a welcome experience” – and he describes it as an elevated state of consciousness that he can reach at times in a heightened state of awareness.  Carrey feels he can “get there” at certain times when he is in his most profound spiritual mindfulness. Beyond zooming around in a Lamborghini with Jerry Seinfeld and visiting Carrey’s art studio (he’s a prolific painter), Carrey also talks about experiencing his consciousness as being “non-local” and the difference between the “relative” and the “absolute.” Carrey describes the relative is “what you relate to,” while the absolute “is the truth of consciousness being everything.” There’s an abiding wisdom in this conversation that is at times hilarious, disjointed and full of insights.

http://comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com/jim-carrey-we-love-breathing-what-youre-burning-baby

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