'IN DIVINE DUALITY' - INDIVIDUALITY
Gary R. Smith asks:
Individuality = indivisible duality? Where and how do relationships and responsibilities fit into the self/non self way of life?
Answer by #HFCwanMoO through #flaviuRizeanu:
Nice analyses of individuality as "indivisible duality"... however the original meaning seems to be "in Divine duality" meaning duality in Oneness = individuality
Thank you for bringing this into attention! <3
Where and how do relationships and responsibilities fit into the self/non self way of life?
There are no relationships in the non-self other than the relationship between Oneness and every single apparent individuality which is a identification relationship and acting as One.
The apparent relationship between two or many apparent individualities within Oneness have only a "contract role" to help improve and function as designed every single apparent individuality.
For example all the perceived individualities in Gary's reality can be treated as actors in a game (holographic personalities of oneSelf with a self-regulating purpose) in order to improve Gary's understanding and also to assure the harmonious functioning of his "reality body" in relation with Oneness.
There are no responsibilities other than the ones the self feels to take because of a specific inherited belief system.
Gary has a belief system that borns a "value system"... if the belief system is twisted and not aligned with the flow of "reality body" then the value system will be with errors and will force Gary in painful decisions which don't seem to fit perfectly... or this is mental pain and suffering and it will be experienced because of difference in alignment. However if this is part of a quest of the self to explore suffering, then this is fully accepted and suffering will be explored in a joyful manner meaning that there is alignment between the desires of the self and reality.
Any difference between "what it is" and what the self believes it must be, is ego-identification, pain and suffering of that self who thinks itself as separated of AllThatIs.
When the difference between "what it is" and "what one thinks it must be" is zero, the self is totally aligned with its flow and there is no suffering as all is preaceepted.
Therefore responsibility is a mind construct in order to justify a moral value which is misaligned with "what it is". If the moral value is aligned perfectly with "what it is" the responsibility is perceived rather as a joyful action than a responsibility.. there will be no doubts or regrets or self condemning for not acting according a specific moral value if that moral value is not acknowledged by the reality of "here and now".
Hope this helps <3
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