+(+) To be centred is to separate

To be centered is a numb state of separation. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

To be centred is a numb state of separation. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

That which is one has no centre, since it requires more than one to have one.

If you do not want the belief in a world defined by time and space to hide the formlessness of oneness, it is not desirable to be centred, as that requires much control in order to continuously exclude what is not judged to be centred. And as to exclude is to separate, the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one is enhanced instead of undone.

Trying to be centred is often a way to fence off what you judge to be wrong in the world, so that it seems as it is a good and not a bad experience to appear there. But to experience goodness only is to separate, so it will not feel good. Unfortunately most try to solve this by becoming more centred in order to fence off more bad experiences.

That being said, if you have worked hard to separate specific parts of the world from the image you have made of yourself, so that it appears to be a story of a good person in a bad world, you do not need to undo that. It happens all by itself, if your need to separate is included.

Everything in the world defined by time and space needs a contrast in order to be experienced as something specific, so you can only experience to be separated if you also – consciously or not – experience to be connected. And as the sum of the two opposite sides in a contrast always is a perfect moment, that is what you have if you do not keep the two sides apart. A perfect moment though is not a sensation like for example falling in love but rather a relief of being in a state of not-knowing. This is not limited to the time span called now.

If you have an expectation to a perfect moment, it will not be perfect until the expectation and its opposite – desperation – is included exactly as they appear to you. And as said in the previous articles, inclusion is to not exclude, so when desperation is not excluded in an attempt to enjoy the thrill of expectation, it is included.

NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment.