The intimacy of a perfect moment

Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The peace of that which is one is not to be found in a world, where there seems to be more than one, as such a world is founded by the belief that there is more than one. Yet there are perfect moments to be found in such a world. They are automatically found when not being exclusive but inclusive. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

You want the excitement, that a world where there seems to be more than one appears to provide, but you also want the peace of that which is one, so you think you can have both in the world in a world where there seems to be more than one by having one soulmate, one purpose and other sentimental ideas of oneness.

To be exclusive makes you look for more, and to get it you must exclude something – and so the downward spiral of separation goes on.

In search of the one and perfect feeling, you exclude everything that seems to disturbs it. But the more you exclude the more you feel separated and alone – and therefore far from feeling good. Inclusion and not exclusion is the solution.

When you do not exclude a feeling by blaming somebody else for having caused it but include it as it is, which you do by being it, the feeling is not caused from something outside of you. It is just there without no cause at all, and without cause there is no effect – just the intimacy of a perfect moment.

In a perfect moment the body is an instrument for experiencing the world. But as all the apparent differences of the world make no difference in such a moment, you neither perceive to be in the body or out of it – contrary to a non-perfect moment, where you perceive the body to be your home.

Being exclusive is a perfect way to hide that which is one, whereas the inclusiveness is a simulation of it, so when the simulation is turned off, there is nothing but that which it is simulating. It is automatically turned off, when you do not believe it is possible to be and have more than that which is one, as then there is no need neither to exclude or include anything.


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