+ To be inclusive is to be alone together

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

If you do not try to find a scapegoat in the world, where you can unload your own negativity but instead include it as yours, you set the world free and yourself as well, because just like electricity needs the negative pole as much as the positive one, so do you, if you do not want the exclusion of negativity to keep you a prisoner of the world. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Inclusion sets you free, but those appearing to be outside of you are set free, because they are not used as scapegoats to store excluded thoughts and feelings.

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It is not only by projecting upsetting feelings onto others, that you imprison them. Projecting feelings of love onto others imprison both them and you as well.

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To fall in love is exactly that: A fall. No worries. You are on your feet again, when whatever you experience to fall in love with is included, as then there is no separation and therefore nobody to love. There is just love.

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The inclusion of upsetting feelings does not result in you feeling less constrained, but feeling so will not bother you.

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Inclusion cancels out the effect of exclusion, which is separation, and without that, the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one cannot survive. In other words, you know that there is nothing to fear, because just like in a dream you are not there. It is just make-believe. Knowing this, there is no world to escape.

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What you pretend to be, you are not, so if you pretend to be someone in a world based on exclusion, you are not excluded from that which is you, namely that which is pretending to be there.

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The end of a person is not the beginning of something new. Nothing is finished except for the belief, that you are someone definitive in a world defined by time and space. When this belief is no more, nothing appears to hide that which always was and always is, namely one perpetual present.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.3 To include is to not exclude.