INTRO TO HACK #3.2, Inclusiveness is a perfect moment

Sitting with a cup of coffee in front of me, and yet there is nothing to be defined as coffee, when there is no focus on it – neither is there someone not focussing, as it requires focus to be someone. The graphic is grabbed from cyberspace.

When you take a look at the world, you may pick up thoughts telling you  what it is that you see. They imply there is a world full of appearances divided into categories of good or bad, attractive or repelling and so on. You do not have to pick up those thoughts though. If you do not focus on making up a story from them, they will just pass by. In other words, all you have to do to not see a world of separation, is to not focus on its apparent differences.

To appear as someone special much concentration is needed, but it craves no concentration not to appear as someone at all.

When defocusing you cannot remember what and where you are, and so there is nobody to pick up thoughts that seem to define this and that. They will just pass by, as they do in this moment, while I appear to sit on a café enjoying a cortado.

Instead of searching for thoughts telling me what it is I appear look at, I am amazed by the world that is enfolding itself in the foam. And when such a vision is not converted into a familiar appearance based on past definitions, I do not see coffee foam but a door to the enlightenment of that which is one.


NOTE: It should be common sense, that you only defocus – as described above – in situations, where your attention is not needed in the world. As long as you appear to be in a world, where there seem to be more than one, you play along on its premise, which is that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one. This believe requires much focus and concentration to make it appear as if a world, where there seems to be more than one, is real.

Exclusiveness is separation. Inclusiveness is a perfect moment.

If you want to undo this belief, you can have fun appearing to be in the world, where there seems to be more than one, while slowly undoing the belief, when you do not perceive the apparent differences of the world to make a difference. Hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment is all about that.

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