There is no need for balance in a perfect moment

There is no balance in that which is one, because it takes more than one to be in balance.

There is no balance in that which is one, as it takes more than one to fabricate such a thing. In other words, wanting balance is just another implication, that you believe a world where there seems to be more than one, is real. No worries. As a belief is based on exclusion, it cannot survive inclusion. So when included, the experience of a world where there appears to be more than one is undone. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In a world of duality some may say, that supplements of vitamins or herbs is good for your health, while others will claim, it is bad. If you assume, there is a balance to find between those opposites of opinions or in any other contrasts of the world, as the yin yang symbol often is interpreted to suggest, you are wrong. There is no balance between night and day, man and woman or black and white.

As it requires more than one to be in balance, this is not possible, unless you believe to be in a world where there seems to be more than one.

The need for balance between opposites of the world is an idea based on the belief in separation. If you include both sides of a contrast – for example love and hate – you have no need for balance, because inclusion cancels out the contrast.


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