In a perfect moment everything is alright as it is

In a perfect moment, everything is alright as it is, regardless of where you are, because you are not there as someone definitive. Since this is a state of not-knowing, you cannot know how long time it will last.* So it is not before it is over, that you know a perfect moment lasts until you start perceiving the differences of the world to make a difference – and that everything is only alright as it is when you do not believe to be someone definitive. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 1:
In a perfect moment, everything is alright as it is, because you have included the bad feelings by being nothing but bad, which means there is nothing good to contrast them, and without that the contrast of good and bad is no more. In other words, nothing is bad, neither good. Everything is as it is.

That is the way it goes with any other feeling you include. Being, for example, nothing but sad, there is nothing to contrast it, and so neither sadness or its contrast happiness appears to exist. As this nothingness momentarily rubs off on the other contrasts making up your personality, there is nobody left to judge the apparent differences of the world to make a difference.* That is why everything is alright as it is in a perfect moment.

Yet is not before a perfect moment is over* that there is someone to know everything is alright as it is when you do not believe to be someone definitive.

If you exclude evil feelings or thoughts, you are defined as not being evil but good.

But you do not want everything to be alright as it is when you believe to be someone definitive, as this belief is based on not being what others appear to be. So to appear as if you are good, you must make others bad, which you do by constantly blaming them for not being good enough.

You cannot enjoy a beautiful view like this if you do not have an experience of something ugly to contrast it. That is the way of duality. But if you fully include one side of this contrast both of them will be cancelled out inside of you, so that there is not a basis for perceiving the difference of beauty and ugliness in a world outside of you to make a difference.* Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PART 2:
The more beautiful you install yourself in the world, the more ugliness you will be exposed to because that is how it is when you believe to be in a world of duality since it can only be experienced through contrast.

Contrasts, however, can also be used to undo this belief, as the inclusion of one of its opposite sides cancels out both of them*, so that there is nothing inside of you, that can be used to categorise the different appearances of a world appearing to be outside of you as neither beautiful or ugly.


*) See more about this in the previous articles Inclusiveness is a state of not-knowing – and that is pure bliss and If included, irritation undoes the belief in duality.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.

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