To resist life is to acknowledge it

This image is not a manifestation of Alexius but a simulation of him – just like the world is not a manifestation of that which is life but a simulated world of life.

This image is not a manifestation of Alexius but a simulation of him – just like the world is not a manifestation of that which is life but a simulation of it. You can choose to perceive a simulation as a symbol of that which makes it possible for the simulation to be experienced. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

While believing to be someone definitive in the world where there seems to be more than one, you can have this belief undone by acknowledging your resistance to life.

All that you do out of resistance to life, you can only do because of it.

You cannot resist something, that is not there, so by acknowledging your resistance to life, you acknowledge that which is you, namely the oneness of life.

In the context of this article, I am the reason it can to be experienced, but I am not in it.

Every appearance, that you think, feel or see as if it is there, is caused by your resistance to life, because that which is life cannot be seen. It does not manifest itself in any way. This article is not a manifestation of Alexius, neither is the photo. It is not possible to find him there. But – in the context of the world – the experience of the article and the photo is made possible due to him, so you can say the experience of article and the photo symbolises him.

In the same manner you can choose to perceive the appearances in a world, where there seems to be more than one, as symbols of that which makes it possible to experience such an illusion, namely that which is one.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.1 To see symbols of life in the world.

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