Contrasting defocus with focus

Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

It is through defocusing the words in Alexius´ Enlightened Non Teachings are exposed. So if you do not try to understand them, they will hack your focus, so you do not see anything specific. Be aware though, that it may seem to take time, if you are attached to the perception of linear time, because like everything else in a world defined by time and space is based on contrasts – in this case the contrast of past and future.

Not knowing what he writes is how Alexius types down his enlightened non teachings.

So while in the process of undoing the belief in a world defined by time and space, you must operate within contrasts, which in regards to defocusing you do by alternating it with focusing. Just like Alexius is defocusing in order to write these non teachings and focusing when proofreading and publishing them.

Or you are non focused when reading the non teachings, and focused when implementing them in a world defined by time and space. To read in a defocused way, however, is not to read between the lines. There is nothing in between the lines, so if you seem to experience something there, you have focused a lot to imagine this. So to read in a defocused way is rather to not know what you are reading.

Have your cake and eat it too
A terrific way to contrast focus with defocussing is to see everything in a world defined by time and space as symbols of that which makes it possible to focus on something specific, namely the formlessness of oneness.* Perceiving the world like that everything definable is a symbol of that which cannot be defined. Thus the apparent differences of the world do not make a difference, which means yo are defocusing.

In this way you can have your cake and eat it too. You get the excitement of appearing to be and/or have more than that which is one, while the belief that this is possible is being undone.


*) In the below hacks you can read more about this:


NOTE: This article is an appendix to the previous No grievances, no world. They are both part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment.