Willingness not to exclude but to include undoes the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one

Updated September 7, 2022

The more inclusive you are, the less apparent difference between inside and outside seems to make a difference. So eventually, there is no experience of a world outside you – neither inside because, without an outside, there is no inside. In other words, the fantasy of being someone is over when not excluding thoughts and feelings by justifying them with a world perceived to be outside of you. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When we believe to be somebody definitive, we establish this by telling stories where we are the main character making everything suitable. Or we refer to stories of others in which we appear to make a difference.

The complete inclusion of thoughts and feelings cancels out the idea of within and without. Thus there is no difference to hide the formlessness of oneness.

The conclusion is not that you must stop telling stories about your achievements if you want the bliss of being nobody. On the contrary, Alexius’ Duality Hacks are not about stopping or avoiding something because that involves exclusion and thus enhances the belief in being definitive. Neither are they about transforming sex or anything else into something higher but including everything as it is experienced. That leaves nothing to define you as someone definitive.

Trying to manifest yourself as someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one is like trying to be someone substantial in a dream. It is not possible because there is nothing in it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

However, in most cases, we are not willing to be nobody. Hence we persist in being somebody by excluding from our personality what it takes to make a difference for our kids, pets, or work associates, for example. No worries. If you acknowledge that you are unwilling to include everything, you include your experience of the moment as it is, thus on the path of inclusiveness.

Although this path of peace may not seem so initially because the more you include everything, the less there is to hope for. It feels pretty depressing until you realise that without hope, there is nothing to fear, so you are at peace. Read more about freedom from hope in What and where you believe in being is non-existing.

Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not expand the consciousness. They neither increase nor improve anything. Instead, they undo the belief that there is more than that which is One.

Be aware that this explanation and the others in Alexius’ Duality Hacks are inaccurate. It is not explainable why you believe in being someone definitive. It is impossible because that which is One is formless, thus endless.

Even though this pic is not the real thing but a simulation of people on the beach, and even though the simulation is twisted it is a confirmation of what is simulated, because without it the simulation would not be possible.

Even though this image is not the real thing but a twisted simulation of people on the beach, it confirms what it simulates because the twisted simulation would not be possible without it. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

You cannot remain as someone definitive in a world defined by time and space without excluding something specific from your personality because it is determined by what you exclude. For example, if you fear feeling inferior, you exclude it by justifying it with the world perceived outside of you. Hence the flaws of an external world seem to define you as superior.

Should you lose your self-control and express traits, that are supposed to define somebody else, you claim you were not yourself and that somebody else made you do it. In this way your superiority is ensured.

However, since life is all-inclusive, you have excluded yourself from it. Therefore, everything excluded must be included if you want to undo that. Nevertheless, you are probably not willing to do this. No worries. Being willing to accept that, your unwillingness becomes a step towards willingness. However, not even this step is necessary regarding undoing your exclusion of life. By acknowledging that you resist life, you establish a relation to it. And since life is inclusive, you are on the track of inclusiveness.

Rage is a reminder of what you have excluded from yourself. Thus it is a confirmation of the formlessness of life, as without it you could not imagine to exclude anything.

Even if you have excluded yourself from the formlessness of life, you have not lost it because, without it, you could not imagine being separated from it as someone definitive in a world defined by time and space. So whether you seem happy or sad, calm or upset, well or sick, mundane or spiritual, it confirms the formlessness of life. You sense that if you do not focus on your appearance, it will not seem to hide what it confirms.

And so there is no reason to blame others for how they appear to be, but neither to stop blaming them or be guilty about it because whatever you do, think or feel is a reminder of the formlessness of life. See also The YOU finger and the three me fingers.

That does not mean that there is life in what and where you experience being. Life is that which is One, and it takes more than one to experience something, so everything experienced is lifeless. But it means that even though the formlessness of life is not in what and where you appear to be, it is empowering your experience of it – just like electricity is not in the article you read, although it empowers the electronic media displaying it.

Therefore, since all your experiences symbolise the life empowering them, it is not a matter of avoiding something. See hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of oneness. Pain, frustration, jealousy, and death, for example, confirm life just as much as love and other so-called positive experiences.

Willingness to include the moment unfiltered undoes the belief in being someone definitive. This willingness, however, nobody has, but by admitting that, you are including the moment as it is. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since it takes more than one to realise something, it is impossible to realise that what is you is no different from that which is One. Yet, it is possible to discover it is impossible to be and have more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

No matter how much more you appear to become and have in a world where there seems to be more than one, you are bound to lose it. Hence you have nothing but the fear of losing everything.

But you have nothing to lose in the formlessness of oneness because it takes more than one to have something. Hence there is nothing to fear. This fearlessness is not accomplished by avoiding being or having more in a world where there seems to be more than one. It is just another way of being and having more.

However, nobody is being or having something when you are indifferent to what you appear to be and have. Thus becoming and getting more in a world where there seems to be more than one can be enjoyed without the fear of losing it. You become indifferent to appearances when not exclusive and thus inclusive because that leaves nothing to define you.

If you, by reflex, exclude specific feelings as soon as they pop up, and at the same moment, forget what you excluded and why there is no need to change that. Nor do you need to improve your understanding of inclusiveness if Alexius’ explanations seem complicated.

All you need to undo the belief in being someone definitive is to include what you experience at this moment entirely. Are you not aware of that, you include feeling foggy by being willing to be nothing but that. Since this leaves nothing to define being foggy, you are not that. Instead, you are empty and thus not what you believed to be.

The willingness to do this often comes from admitting that you are not willing to be completely inclusive because it is the end of you as someone definitive. However, the absence of a definition is the bliss of nothing.

NOTE: This article about willingness, which is part of hack #3.1 Inclusiveness is freedom is an appendix to the article Inclusiveness is completeness – and that is pure joy.