The self cannot be realised or transformed, because there is none [under construction]

As it takes much effort to uphold the belief in being the basic self and much to believe you are special, all that needs to be done to undo this belief is to not make an effort. In other words, when you relax glimpses of enlightenment starts coming, and if they do not excite you and they are not compared to anything, you will not see, hear, feel or taste them as different glimpses, wherefore they are not experienced, neither the one that seemed to experience them. There is nothing but that which cannot be experienced, namely the enlightenment of that which is one – and so nothing whirls through a black hole and gracefully falls into that which is one.

Thus there is nothing to come back to a world where there seems to be someone experiencing something. In other words, this is the end of being someone, whether that seems to be spiritual or mundane. But as any kind of being is an illusion, you have never been anyone. It is therefore just the end of the belief that you was someone, that is over.

When that is over, there is nobody to know you ever seemed to be someone specific, neither is someone to know that this is over, because there is nothing but that which always was and will be, namely that which is one, as it is formless and therefore without beginning and end.

If it seems fearful not to be someone specific, you cannot relax and so you keep on holding onto knowledge that seems to confirm you to be someone definitive. No worries. With the exception of the enlightenment of that which is one all the duality hacks in a gently way opens the door to the state of not-knowing, and thus to the bliss of not knowing what and where you are. So read on about how to ignite a take-off to the empty breath that takes you straight to a state of not-knowing. See hack #4.4 Uncontrolled speed leads to a state of not-knowing.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #4.3 The basic self versus the special one.

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