There is no satisfaction to find in a world, where there seems to be more than one

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

The graphic is grabbed from the web.

If you feel something is missing in music compressed into a MP3 file from for example Spotify, you can instead subscribe to Tidal where you can choose to hear the same music in a non compressed version*. If there is still a feeling of something missing, you can get better speakers, wires and whatnot, and if that is not enough to completely satisfy you, live music may be the way.

But no matter in what way and how good the music is presented, you will never be satisfied, if the experience of it is supposed to make you feel complete.

Genuine completeness cannot be felt. No experiences last, so by nature feelings are incomplete. Consequently the world, that you feel you are living in, will always feel as if it is incomplete, and as the world mirrors you, so will you. Yet most go on searching for completeness in the world, as if it is possible to find something everlasting there.

The belief that there is more than that which is one is the cause of the constant dissatisfaction with a world where there seems to be more than one. You can never get enough. Always you must look for more.

Nothing everlasting needs to be found though, because you already is that which is everything and never ends, namely the formlessness of that which is one. You have just blinded yourself with the belief, that there is more to be and have than that which is one. When you stop believing that, you will not look for more. It is simply not possible to look for more, when not believing to be someone definitive, because the formlessness of you is endless, so there is no more than that.

*) Since the writing of this Spotify has also made a subscription for non compressed music.


  • The point of reference in the above article is someone, who mainly perceives the world in an audio-visual way. But the same applies, if your personality mostly perceives the world in a visual way, which is the most common in today’s society.
  • This article is part of hack #3.5 Inclusiveness is pure bliss.