In duality you cannot be non-dual, as duality is to be someone definitive, which requires more than one

In non-duality there is nothing to see, because differences do not make a difference, as that requires more than one. The animation is grabbed from the web.

In non-duality, there is not something to see, because its apparent differences do not make a difference, as that requires more than one. The animation is grabbed from Ello.

Those who want to be something specific in a so-called spiritual way assume that by replicating certain attitudes, which they think are the result of being at one, they will be someone who is at one. But they are mistaken.

Oneness results in nothing because making a result requires more than one – and as oneness is formless, it is endless and therefore everything, so there is no more than one. In other words, if you experience a world where there seems to be more than one, you are hallucinating – even more, if you think that part of the hallucination can be changed or transformed into something real.

Santa Claus is nothing but an imagination, so to think he can be transformed is just another imagination. The same applies to changes in a world where there seems to be more than one.

There is no oneness in a world where there seems to be more than one, regardless of what you think – or rather because of that, as it takes more than one to think.

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A tv episode often ends with a cliffhanger to give you the impression there is more excitement to have if you go on with the show. This image i grabbed from Broadchurch.

A TV episode often ends with a cliffhanger to give you the impression, there is more excitement to have if you watch more episodes. The image is grabbed from Broadchurch.

If you are following a specific TV show, you may have noticed most episodes end with something mysterious, where it is implied, that you will get to know the truth behind the mystery, if you watch more episodes. Read more about the construction of TV shows here.

When you do not need the relief, that seems to come from knowing the answer of the mystery or what the future brings – also in terms of events evolving around you as someone in a world where there seems to be more than one – you will be reminded of that which is you, because that is no different from that which is one, and in oneness there are no endings, neither no mystery to solve or any future to come, as that requires more than one.  There is nothing but one perpetual present.

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Being here and now is a construction of thought, that fences off that which is one because it takes more than one to be somewhere. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In the online, physical and astral world, everything is about being confirmed as someone definitive. That is why those not very definable, who appears to be trapped in an astral world, try to work through someone more definable in a physical world, so they appear to be more specific.

And it is so why so-called spiritual people want to impress others with their apparent wisdom and spirituality by making a joke like in the image of the monks.

As all thoughts are about yourself, they are what you believe to be. In other words, the appearance of you as someone definitive is a construction of thoughts, confirmed to be true by another construction of thoughts.

Yet the joke does not reflect spirituality but stupidity. Here and now is that which is one, and as it takes more than one to be anywhere, nobody can be there.

See also the article What is freedom!? about the illusion of here and now.

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Imagination is a fabrication, and as life is not a fabrication, all fabrications are lifeless. The graphic is grabbed from the web.


That which is life is not fabricated. Consequently, no experience reflects that which is life, as any experience is an imagination fabricated by the brain. In other words, the experience of a world, where there seems to be more than one, is an illusion. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

That which is real needs not to be imagined and what needs to be imagined is not real. Therefore it is not a problem to imagine a world, that is not real.

The problem starts when something you image to happen does not take place, and as a consequence of that, you imagine to be disappointed. This makes it appear as if your being is caused by something outside of you – and as an effect of something you conclude you are real and that there is more than you in the world. Also, if nothing happened, though you imagined it would, it implies something could have happened. And so you start looking for something to happen in a world, where there seems to be more than one.

But you do not find what you search for, because you are looking in a world, where there seems to be more than one, and there is no more than that which is one. This you will not accept, as being wrong threatens your whole imagination of a world with more than one.

This article, which is the last one of hack #1.2 The world is make-believe, has no conclusion, as to conclude something involves more than one and reality is that which is one, any conclusion is make-believe.

In other words, there is no reader. If you think you are reading this, you are mistaken. There is no more than that which is one.

Fortunately, such a mistake is easy to correct. That is, if you are willing to undo the belief, that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one.

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You can compare linear time to the square pixels that makes up one dot on a computer screen being separated from each other and extended into a lines forming a spiral.

You can compare linear time to the square pixels that make up one dot on a computer screen when being separated from each other and extended into a line forming a spiral. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

You can compare one perpetual present to a dot on a screen of an electronic media. In this metaphor, one dot is all there is. The dot, however, is made of an incredible amount of pixels, that are so close together that they cannot be differentiated from each other.

That is why it looks like there is only one dot. But if you take the pixels, that the dot consists of, and spread them out in a continuous line extending the dot, you have linear time. As the pixels have been separated in order to make a line out of the dot, they can be differentiated from each other and so you have space as well.

Everything appearing on an electric media – whether looking real or imaginary – is basically a construction of square pixels, that are able to simulate any world, when coded the right way.

The extended line is not straight but formed like a spiral, so from any pixel, it looks like there is an unknown future behind the next curve and a forgotten past behind the last curve. You imagine, what you cannot see, and based on this imagination, you conclude where you are ´now´.

This is just a metaphor, that you can read due to the pixels, that these letters are made from. The metaphor though cannot tell you what the dot is, it can only point towards it. Least of all can it explain, what the world is because it is not possible to extend that which is one into a world where there seems to be more than one. It is, however, possible to imagine this.

Just like a metaphor is a construction of thoughts, so is a world where there seems to be more than one. But no construction of thoughts has the power to change that which is you, namely the formlessness of that which is one, unless you choose to believe so.

Only you know why you have a need to imagine, that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one. If you have forgotten why, you better find out, because knowing why you believe a world, where there seems to be more than one, is real, you can undo the belief so that it does not appear to hide the reality of that which is one.


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