The belief in separation seems to hide there is no more than that which is one

The dream of a spiritual personality in a perfectly balanced body that brings about a constant state of peace and tranquillity can only be upheld by closing your eyes for what you judge not to be perfect and peaceful. In other words, your dream of perfection requires something to be excluded. Hence that which is one is fenced off because it is all-inclusive. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In a relationship, special concepts and exceptional memories are cherished as if you together are something exceptional, so when you experience something that fits into your established way of being together, your relationship is established unique and together you can laugh or be upset about other relations.

Common concepts of what is right or wrong is used in movies to manipulate us into thinking we feel something specific – just like certain concepts of the world may fool you into feeling your country or state of mind as the best.

When you do not believe all the concepts regarding New Year, for example, you will see that without them it may not feel new.

In other words, what you appear to feel while watching a movie, is not based on the movie but thoughts popping up from the past about what you judge as right and wrong. If you check what you actually feel, you are in most cases not touched by the movie at all. It is solely something that you think. The same applies to be attracted by a certain body type. The attraction is based on memories of something you have categorised as the right fit.

A perfect body cannot be felt, because there is no such thing. Yet the feeling of not being perfect can be felt, and as that feeling of frustration is the means to feel you are someone definitive, so though you may hide your frustrations, they serve you well, because being frustrated about not being perfect, the belief in separation and therefore you as someone definitive is enhanced. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

You wish that you feel something in regard to seeing, what you judge to be a perfect body, but you do not feel anything because the idea of a perfect body is a thought construction of a body from where the parts that is judged not to be perfect is excluded.

To not see your self-deception, you imagine what you can do to the fragments of the body, you have judged to be perfect. Rules are established of how to interact so you can hide, you have no feelings invested in the actual body – only in your imagination of it. The same applies if you are attracted to a specific type of personality.

If you are accused of being shallow in such a relation, you can prove your commitment to it by pointing to the rules, that you strictly adhere to. Yet it is nothing but a construction of thoughts used to avoid real intimacy, as, in closeness, the belief in separation will go down the drain so that there is nothing to hide, there is no more than the intimacy of that which is one.

You are defined by what you judge not to be you. In other words, you do not want to make peace in the world. You need the bad guy to be there, so can you appear as the good one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

You are defined by what you judge yourself not to be. In other words, you do not want peace in the world, because you need the bad guys to contrast, the image you have made of yourself as the good one doing the right thing. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

To include what upsets you will not transform it but simply stop it from upsetting you. You do not even know what is not upsetting you anymore. The memory of it is gone. So if you, for example, want to forget your ex, you simply include your memories of the relationship completely unedited.

If the apparent difference in the height of persons are not perceived to make a difference, you are not defined as neither small or tall.

To include the memories of rejection is to totally be the memories, as that means they cannot be contrasted and therefore not defined. Hence you are not someone, who has been rejected. From this follows that inclusion does not establish you into someone definitive but as nothing.

That is why you must go on excluding, if you want to someone in the world, as what you exclude is what defines you to like someone. Yet you cannot be exclusive without cherishing the belief in separation, which is the cause of loneliness.

When there is no need to be validated as someone definitive, it does not matter, if  others seems to induce feelings of sadness or happiness, because there is nobody to pick them up.

In other words, as believing to be someone definitive seems to limit the formlessness of oneness, it entails an experience of suffering, and as there is no suffering in life, it seems hidden to you. Not believing to be someone definitive, however, brings nothing definitive and so there is not something definable to hide the formlessness of that which is life.

Detachment can be compared to an ostrich sticking its head in the sand. Nothing has changed and nothing will until you stop believing, that you are someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

To become detached from the world, it must be excluded, and being exclusive is like an ostrich sticking its head in the sand.

But why try to be detachment from the world in order to be free from it? As that which is one is formless and therefore endless, a world, where there seems to be more than one is not real. Hence it has no power to hide what is real unless you give that power by believing it is real.

The belief, that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one, is based on exclusion, so when exclusion is included, the belief is undone.

In other words, it is not a world where there seems to be more than one that seems to hide there is no more that which is one, but the belief that there is more than one.

Including everything does not mean, you must include something you do not like, but that you do not like it is included.

But if your perception of the world is totally included instead of excluded part of it you do not like by blaming others for having caused it, the apparent difference between you and other appearances does not make a difference – and so there is no basis for the belief that is more than that which is one.

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Psychologically speaking it is said that you showcase yourself to be in the world perceived to be outside of you is the opposite of what you feel to be in the world inside of you. If this is so, it follows that when you participate in the rat race for being and having more than the formlessness of that which is one in the world that appears to be outside of you, inside of you there is a feeling that it is not possible to be and have more than the formlessness of oneness.

This applies to everybody in a world where there seems to be more than one, as you cannot survive in such a world without getting more air, more food, more clothes, more money and whatnot. In other words, we are all part of the same assumption, namely that it is possible to be and have more than that which is one – and we all feel that it is not so.

Forgiveness is only needed, when somebody is judged to be different. But when you see, that this judgement is based on a mistake, it is not forgiveness that is needed but correction of the mistake, which is the belief that he apparent differences in a world where there seems to be more than one make a difference.

That is why we often rejoice when the police catch a thief. Then our guilt of being in the rat race for more can be projected on someone else. We are so selfish and greedy, wilfully blind and shameless in our self-justification that we do not want to see, we do not differ from a thief in the sense that we all want as much as possible for as little as possible, even though we sense something is wrong.

That we do not differ from each other basically speaking does not mean, that you should try to stop being aware of our apparent differences, but that you do not have to perceive them to make a difference. Neither does it mean you should love everybody. On the contrary. Now you are free to hate what you dislike and love what you like because the apparent difference makes no difference.

In other words, the perception that apparent differences do not make a difference is not meant as a way to suppress feelings but to equally enjoy them.