There is nobody in oneness

A form needs to be confirmed as real by perceiving other forms around it.

A form needs to be confirmed as real by perceiving other forms around it to see it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In a world where everything seems to have an appearance of each own, you can choose to meet other appearances that just like your are defined by time and space. What appears to be you can move from one appearance of the world to another one.

But in that which is one, there is nowhere to go and no one to meet. This is very peaceful, if you do not see yourself as someone special, but very frustrating if you do, because to feel you are someone special, you need to perceive there is somebody else seeing you like that. As there is no more than that which is one, this is not possible, unless you imagine a world where there seems to be more than one.

The formlessness of that which is one seems claustrophobic, as long as the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one is not undone.

Yet to appear as if you are someone specific in such world is not peaceful but upsetting. Something must always be corrected or changed in order to feel special, because form and not content is what matters in such a world.


NOTE: This is article is part of hack #1.2 The world is make-believe.