Unwillingness is not different from willingness when included

If you are unwilling to undo your belief in a world, where there appear to be more than one, you do not need to change that, because if you include your unwillingness you will also include your willingness, as like any other contrast they are like two sides of the same coin. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

If you are unwilling to undo your belief in a world, where there appear to be more than one, you do not need to change that, because if you include this unwillingness you will also include willingness, as the two opposite sides of any contrast are like two sides of the same coin. And as the sum of the two sides is a perfect moment, which cancels out the apparent difference between the sides, differences do not appear to make a difference, and without the experience of separation the belief in a world, where there seems to be more than one, falls apart.

To include something means, that you do not exclude it by projecting it onto others and blame them for what is yours. Not that it ultimately is yours. Nothing is, because ultimately somebody, who appear to be and/or have more than that which is one, is an illusion, as there is no more than that which is one.

Nobody has created Mickey Mouse, because he does not exist, neither does the world, where he appears to live – even though there seems to be elements of reality in it.

What is fabricated is not the world, that you seem to see. There is nothing but empty space. The fabrication is the experience of a world, where there appear to be more than one, even though there is no more than one. The fabrication includes the appearance of you in this experience, as well as the question, who is fabricating it? The question is very important to those who want to believe the fabrication is real, because even though nobody has ever been able to answer it, the question is seen as a proof, that there is more than that which is one.

While you appear to be and/or have more than that which is one, there are things you seem to have or not to have. In this context, everything is yours, because the imagination of a world, where there appears to be more than one, is fabricated by you. Consequently everything that you experience in such a world – whether it seems to be inside or outside, so-called spiritual or mundane – is yours. So to undo the experience of a world, where there seems to be more than one, you must include every experience exactly as it is fabricated by you.

The experience of a world, where there seems to be more than one, is fabricated with the purpose of hiding that there is no more than that which is one.

Without exclusion there is no separation
In other words, if you do not want your fabrication, which is based on separation, to hide that which is one, you can undo the fabrication by including every aspect of it as your doing. Do not worry, if you are not willing to undo all parts of your fabrication. Unwillingness does not matter when not justified, but included as yours. No need to worry either, if you are justifying unwillingness. The same that applies to unwillingness applies to justification. It makes no difference when included as yours.


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Mickey Mouse looks very happy, but there is no happiness in him except for what you believe is there.

NOTES:

  • The world can be compared to a movie. In a digital movie the world consists of nothing but zeros and ones and the world of an analog movie is an illusion made by subtracting light. There is nothing there. The only reason there appear to be a world is that this is what you want to believe.
  • The graphics in this article, that is part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is a perfect moment. are grabbed from the web.

 

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