Our one common denominator undoes separation

The sun can only make the skin brown to the extent it is pigmented for it. In other words, what the sun gives you or share with you, you already have. If not, the sun cannot share it with you. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When you think, that you are sending love to someone, what you are sending is rather the message, that you have something, the other does not have. This is not to unite but to differentiate. Your apparently good intention of sharing therefore just disguises, that you are enhancing the belief in separation in order to appear better than the other one.

It is not the union of love but the hatred of separation that is shared, when one believes to give more love than the other.

You can only share with others, what they already have. Like the sun can only share its ability to make your skin brown to the extent, that your body is pigmented in regards to receiving the sun.

What is to be defined by time and space is lifeless, because that which is life is formless. Consequently there is no life in the world defined by time and space. Such a world is rather to be compared to a dream. Nothing in a dream, however, is possible to experience without the dreamer, so though the dreamer is not there and nothing is real, everything is a symbol of that which is, namely the dreamer. Likewise everything in a world defined by time and space is a symbol of what makes it possible to experience such a world, namely the oneness of life.

In other words, everything in a world defined by time and space are symbols of the oneness of life, so if that is how you perceive the appearance of yourself and everything else experience to be there, you can share everything with everything, as when everything is perceived as symbols of the oneness of life their apparent difference does not make a difference.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.1 Seeing symbols of non-duality in a world of duality.

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