There is no more than the formlessness of that which is one

The very special person that has been builded on top of that which is you always needs more to prove that it is possible to be and have more than the formlessness of that which is one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

As the special person you belief to be is a fantasy built on top of the formlessness of that which is one, you always need more in order to appear as if it is possible to be and have more than that which is one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The person you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one is constructed by extending the formlessness of that which is one with thoughts of righteousness, purpose, divine order, truth or whatever is expected to make you appear as someone specific in a world where there seems to be more than one.

But what is formless is endless and therefore everything. In other words, there is nothing else than the formlessness of oneness, and therefore something can neither be added or subtracted. So if you experience yourself to be someone specific, who can become and get more or less, you are hallucinating.

In a world where there seems to be more than one, you get fat if you eat more than you need, so your clothes end up being too small. Yet getting larger clothes do not solve your problem, because that is the constant hunger for more.

Consequently the way to stop hallucinating is not to look for more or less, but to not look for something at all, as it takes more than one to look for anything, and there is no more than the formlessness of that which is one.


NOTE: This article is the last of the hack #1.1 If you are looking for the truth, you have come to the wrong place.

Trackbacks

  1. […] is the foundation of the world and the reason you entered it, so hope cannot be given up. But if you hope for nothing, there is nothing to fear, and you are […]

  2. […] a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  3. […] The enlightened never needs to wait, as the enlightened has nothing to hope for. […]

  4. […] Fear comes from wanting and hoping. The fear of not getting what you want, and the fear of loosing it, when you get it. So if you do not want or hope for anything, you are free from fear. This does not mean, that while you appear to be a person in the world, you should avoid to want to see your son or others, whom seem close to you. Whishing for something is not a problem, when you are not attached to any specific result of your wishes. […]

  5. […] the foundation of such a world and the reason you entered it, so hope cannot be given up. But if you hope for nothing more, there is nothing to fear, and you are […]

  6. […] be compared to the enlightenment of that which is one never needs to wait, because there is nothing to hope for. Neither does such live in the now, as there is no life in a world where there seems to be more […]

  7. […] a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  8. […] a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  9. […] a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  10. […] world of duality can be compared to a roller coaster In a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  11. […] world of duality can be compared to a roller coaster In a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  12. […] world of duality can be compared to a roller coaster In a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  13. […] world of duality can be compared to a roller coaster In a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]

  14. […] world of duality can be compared to a roller coaster In a roller coaster you may scream, when you go down, laugh when you go up and relax when you are on top of it. It is […]