You do not have to give up anything to have peace

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Two or more can become one, not in the world though, but together you can undo the dream of separation. As you appear to be more than one in the world, you are more than enough to undo it. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

All searching is based on the sense that something is missing, and so searching on a psychological level will enhance this sense of loss.

If you search for something, you must have forgotten that which is you, as it is no different from that which is one, and as it is formless it is endless, so that which is you is and has everything. Hence searching for something is a denial of that which is you.

In other words, you have not chosen to be a someone in a world where there seems to be more than one to reestablish that which is you. On the contrary, you want to escape it by searching for something larger than life.

Yet there is nothing larger than life. Not because it is the largest – life is smaller than a period in this article – but because there is no more than the oneness of life.

There is no peace to find in an illusion
The reason scientists have not been able to find the source of life is very simple. There is no life in a world where there seems to be more than one. Such a world is to be compared to a dream, which, though only possible due the one dreaming it, does not contain the dreamer.

Nothing in a dream is real, neither in the dream of a world where there seems to be more than one. It may seem real while the dream is going on, and it may seem as you can find something there, but you can never find anything but dreams. They, however, may seem to be larger than the oneness of life. This greatness you seem to be able to achieve in the dream, you will not give up for the peace of that which is one.

And you do not need to, since there is no more than that which is one, so there is no dream and therefore nothing to give up, except the belief that there is.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.5 Peace of non-duality versus the excitement of duality.