There is nothing to lose

Watching part of the evening movie on the sky outside my door in my former house.

Alexius is watching part of the evening movie in the sky outside the door in his former house. Sometimes he follow it to the end and sometimes not. It really does not matter, because every part of it is a symbol of that which makes it possible to experience it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When you know that which is you is not incomplete, you do not need to watch a whole movie or have a whole intercourse or to complete anything at all, because all experiences symbolises that which is whole.

No experience in a world of duality though is whole, except in the sense that it is a wholly illusion. Knowing that, you also know that you as the experiencer is also a whole illusion – and what the fuck then does it matter, if you experience an illusion to the end or not.

That being said, while one appears to be in an illusion, it is best to fully pretend to being there. It is an even bigger illusion to think, that you are at one with everybody there. It is an experience based on the judgment that there are others to be at one with, so you are acknowledging separation and not oneness. Hence you confirm duality, while fooling yourself into believing you are detached from it – instead of enjoying the game of duality.

In this game there appears to be loss, but it is just like playing Monopoly, where no matter how much you appear to lose, nothing has been lost. It is not possible, but pretending that it is can be quite fun – just like it is exciting to pretend, that it is dangerous going down the hill in a rollercoaster.

To do the whole trip might be even more exciting. That is if every part of it is perceived, as if it is a symbol of the wholeness of that which is one.

NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.6 Pretending is a way out of duality.