The more perfect moments you have, the more the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is more, is being undone

The inclusion of two contrasts, for example negative and positive, results in a perfect moment. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The inclusion of two contrasts, for example negative and positive, results in a perfect moment. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

When the two opposite sides of a contrast is equally included in your experience of the moment it becomes perfect. This, however, has nothing to do with oneness. In the world there is no oneness and in that which is one there is no perfection.

You can compare a perfect moment to the electricity coming out of an electrical wire, when both the contrasting poles in the wire – negative and positive – is combined.

A perfect moment cannot be compared to the use of electricity though, because there is no use of a perfect moment. It is good enough in itself. Nothing is wrong or missing. No more is needed.

A perfect moment does not require you to include the two sides of a contrast in the exact same amount. It is not about size, but about including the two sides of a contrast, as you perceive them – nothing more, nothing less. You may even hardly be aware of one of the sides.

It is not a problem. Neither is it a problem if you are conditioned to measure out and think something needs to be added, because what you add you subtract from something, and so you just include the contrast of more and less as well – exactly as it appears to be. You do not have to analyse or understand it. Doing so is often a way to fence off the moment as it is. Yet a perfect moment cannot be fenced off, if you also include your attempt to fence it off.

When the belief in a world, where there appear to be more than one, is undone, it does not appear to have the power to hide that which is one.

In a perfect moment you do not wish for more and so the belief, that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one, is being undone. The nature of a perfect moment is that there is more perfect moments, because every moment is the perfect moment. So while undoing the belief in a world, where there seems to be more than one, you also get what you always want in the world, namely more – in this case more perfect moments … and the more you get the more your belief in a world, where there appear to be more than one, is undone.

It is not a matter of believing or have faith in that which is one. On the contrary. It takes more than one to believe or have faith in something. In other words, whatever you believe or have faith in is an illusion.

When there is no more belief, that which cannot believed, namely that which is one, does not appear to be hidden by it.


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