A difference that makes no difference

When differences make no difference separation cannot be experienced as real. The graphic is grabbed from the web and the purpose of it may be different than the purpose of this article, but it does not matter if you are not exclusive but inclusive, because then differences makes no difference.

This graphic is grabbed from the web. The purpose of it may be different from the purpose of this article, but it does not matter, because differences make no difference, if you are not exclusive but inclusive.

A world, where there appear to be more than one, is made up of contrasts like for example day and night. The opposites in a contrast are like two sides of a coin. You cannot have one without the other. Yet it is possible to exclude one of them from your awareness by projecting it onto something, that seems far away to you – it may be parts of your own body or somebody else´s.

As long as you appear to be in a world, where there seems to be more than one, you believe – whether partly or fully –in a world of duality, and that can only be experienced through contrasts. But although the two opposite sides of a contrast apparently are very different, you do not have to believe that difference makes a difference.

Exclusion confirms separation and makes a world, where there seems to be more than one, appear as if it is real. But you can also use the apparent differences of any contrast to undo the belief in a world, where there seems to be more than one. This is done by included both sides of a contrast, as inclusion cancels out their apparent differences as real.


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