Notes on Alexius, Gu∂ruång and a world where there seems to be more than one [draft]

Updated May 21, 2022

As Alexius did not care about his appearance in this selfie, there was no need of using thoughts to construct a specific look of a non-teacher. This does not mean that there were no thoughts at all. There probably was. Yet, there was no ‘I’ with a need to use them to make a particular image. And though the picture may seem special due to its manipulation in Photoshop, there was no other intention behind doing that than to have fun. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

It is actually Alexius who, in the third person, writes this article. Both he and I are grateful you read it because even though you appear to be different from us, we do not perceive the difference to make a difference. The same applies to the apparent discrepancy between Gu∂ruång, the celestial voice behind Alexius’ Duality Hacks, and us.

This is not to say that we are one in the spirit. There is no spirituality in a world defined by time and space. Spirituality is formless and therefore endless, so we and everything else definable – including astral worlds and whatnot – are an illusion.

But as we are equally illusionary, we are in that sense at one. And as there is no illusion without reality, namely spirituality, we are also one in the sense that we all are a symbol of spirituality no matter what we appear to be. Check hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of life if you want to read more about perceiving all experiences as a symbol of spirituality.

If you have read Alexius’ Duality Hacks, you know it seems to come from a celestial source Alexius calls Gu∂ruång. Alexius receives them as unspeakable frequencies. So to pick the appropriate words for translating them into the language of a world defined by time and space, he must have had experiences in such a world that relates to them. Therefore, to write about the inclusion of feelings, Alexius had to spend quite some time going through the horror of recognising forgotten ones in himself.

Even though this electronic painting, done by Alexius on his iPhone, is abstract, you may imagine there is something definable there. However, that is because you believe to be definitive. If not you would not have the need to see something specific. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

According to science the world consists of 99.9999999 percent empty space. The rest, despite it also is empty space and like a dream consists of nothing substantial, is perceived to be elements of matter making up what and where we believe to be. In other words, the experience of us as tangible beings a material world and is make-believe.

That is why you can rest assured that Alexius has been there, too, if heavy memories are triggered when you begin being inclusive. This, of course, also applies when that results in a state of not-knowing. Actually, Alexius was constantly going in and out of this state to empty himself. Thus he could avoid the standard conditioning that our experiences confirm we are tangible beings in a substantial world. Furthermore, he could find the words to describe being nobody versus somebody – just like he has to bypass the spell checker in a Spanish text editor to write English words.

In the early days of writing The Duality Hacks, Alexius sometimes let sentences slip through, which confirmed the belief in a world defined by time and space instead of facilitating its undoing. Fortunately, the more he wrote Alexius’ Duality Hacks, the better he became at detecting this. Thus he can now fine-tune his translation of the frequencies coming from Gu∂ruång.

You can read more about Gu∂ruång and Alexius in the articles

If you want to read about Alexius’s different appearance in a world where there seems to be more than one, click here.


We all hope it is possible to live in a world of like-minded people with whom we can share everything. And though it never works, we are conditioned to keep hoping. Nobody is allowed the truth, namely that loving each other in a world where there seems to be more than one is an illusion. There is nobody to love because there is no more than that which is One since it is formless and therefore endless. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

If this article has been downloaded, it is stored utterly chaotic on your hard disk. The end of it may appear to be located before the beginning. And fragments of the images are probably piled up with pieces of something added in the past.

Nothing on a hard disk is separated into concepts of beginning and end or past and future. Neither is it ordered into categories of importance. There are no labels or anything else to make order in the chaos. Thus it remains unaffected by what and when you perceive something specific to be added.

Therefore, since non-duality is one perpetual present, it is comparable to the content of a hard disk. And like that, it is meaningless without being manipulated into specific appearances that seem to be somewhere definitive. So to make it meaningful, non-duality is imagined to be divided into a world of contrasts, such as past and future, beginning and end, big and small. This imagination of duality, like the simulation of something on a computer’s desktop, is a virtual layer on top of chaos. Thus it seems to hide non-duality is all there is.

Without contrasts a world of duality cannot be experienced. Hence everything in duality is divided into contrasts of happiness and sadness, left and right and so on. In non-duality, there is no separation. That is why it cannot be experienced.

Non-duality is that which is one. Consequently, there are no contrasts, thus not something to be or have. However, that is not a problem because it takes more than one to have a problem. But it is a problem if you want to be and have more than that which is One since it is formless and therefore endless, so there is no more, except if you imagine oneness can be divided.

Non-duality has no sides because it is formless. Hence there is no truth outside of it, nor inside.

That said, it is not possible to imagine anything since it requires more than one. Hence it follows that the explanations in Alexius’ Duality Hacks are just as illusionary as anything else in a world where there seems to be more than one. Nevertheless, if they seem to expose that, they have served their purpose.

Being a person in a world where there seems to be more than one is effortless, the more the apparent differences in such a world is not perceived to make a difference. Therefore, since separation is not confirmed, its outcome, suffering, does not need to be avoided.

Exclusiveness is the foundation of appearing to be someone definitive in a world of duality, as it favours one side of a contrast over the other, whereas inclusiveness cancels out the apparent difference in contrasts. Consequently you do not appear to be someone definitive but nobody and so the foundation for the belief in separation is gone. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

The foundation of your appearance as someone definitive in a world where there seems to be more than one is exclusiveness. First, one side of a contrast is judged to be better than the other. Secondly, the bad side is excluded by projecting it onto somebody, so you appear to be good at the expense of others. Fortunately, inclusiveness undoes this. It cancels out the apparent difference between contrasting elements. Thus, eventually, you do not appear to differ from others, which means the foundation for the belief in separation fades out. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Appearing to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, you cannot always be happy. A feeling needs to be contrasted by its opposite to be experienced as something specific. For example, you would not know happiness if not for sadness.

The wish to have only one feeling is a memory of oneness that has been twisted because there are no feelings in that which is One, as it takes more than one to have something.

If the contrasts that seem to define you are dissolved, you are free from being defined as someone definitive. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

For the same reason, there are no contrasts in oneness. Yet, a world where there seems to be more than one cannot be experienced without them. In such a world, light requires darkness to be understood, peace needs war, positivity is coupled with negativity, and so on.

Therefore, the more you include both sides of a contrast, the less there is to define a world where there seems to be more than one. In other words, by using the premise of such a world, namely contrasts, you can have the belief in it undone by not excluding negativity, for example, from positivity but including both so that they do not form a contrast to each other and therefore do not seem to confirm there is more than one.

Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not require you to follow a specific set of rules. What you need to follow is not definable and cannot be followed since it is that which is One, and it takes more than one to pursue something.

Fortunately, there is no need to follow oneness because it is formless and therefore endless, wherefore that which is you is the formlessness of oneness. Therefore, since that which is you is not in a world where there seems to be more than one, no miracle is needed to leave or transcend such a world. It is only the belief that it is there which needs to be undone.

There is no life in a virtual world – only in the perceiver, who is also the sender. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

There is no life in a virtual world – only in the one perceiving it. And what is perceived as received from the virtual world is a projection of the perceiver. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Pretending to be someone in a world encapsulated by time and space instead of believing to be there (read more about that here), you may look like a tourist because you are not concerned with your appearances but that which makes it possible to experience it.

This is to be compared to not being devoted to the world appearing on the screen of a computer but instead to the computer itself, as no matter how much the virtual world on the screen excites you, it can only do that because of the computer.

That which is life brings you back home when you bid it welcome, which you do by seeing all appearances as symbols of that which makes it possible to experience them, namely that which is life.

The computer does not know anything but the formless chaos of zeros and ones, so it has no knowledge of a world encapsulated by time and space that an app has generated from its zeros and ones and placed on top of it. In this little fiction, the app, of course, is a metaphor for the brain and its rendering of you in a capsule of time and space, and the computer for that which is life.

Although that which is life does not know it is being used for something specific, it senses something is off. Thus it sends out an echo of itself into nowhere. It sounds a bit like AUM or Sohang represents, and by following it, you are sure to forget the experience of a world encapsulated by time and space. Thus nothing seems to cover, there is no more than the formlessness of life.

Read the article Life has no secrets if you want to learn how to hear or feel this echo symbolised by AUM and Sohang.

Reading the word beer is not the same as drinking it. The term is a symbol pointing toward its experience.

It is not possible to choose anything but that which is one because it is formless and therefore endless. However, you believe to know better – otherwise, you would not insist on being in a world where there seems to be more than one. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Likewise, that which is One is not in Alexius’ Duality Hacks. They are merely symbols of it. But contrary to the word beer, they do not point to the experience of oneness. It cannot be experienced because it takes more than one to do that. And as it also requires more than one to point to something, Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not point to that which is One. Besides, oneness is formless and therefore endless, so nothing outside of it can point to it.

In other words, any experience is just as illusionary as another – also that you have a choice. Yet it can be beneficial to believe you are free to choose that which is One. However, to choose it is not to choose anything because it takes more than one to pick something, and there is no more than that which is One.

Since the experience of a world defined by time and space is based on exclusion, the obvious solution to undo it is to be inclusive. Not by avoiding being exclusive, though. That is not inclusive. But by including being inclusive.

Hacking the belief in a world defined by time and space by not hoping for something is not part of Alexius’ Duality Hacks. But without hope, there is nothing to fear, thus no need to escape it by believing something will change in future.

Another hack that is not part of Alexius’ Duality Hacks is defocusing. Without focus, appearances do not seem to have a specific beginning and end. Thus the belief in separation cannot be upheld. This hack works pretty fast if you keep defocussing. See The four aspects of Enlightenment and how to sample them.

Yet another way to hack the belief in a world defined by time is not to mix the body and the psyche. See hack #4.3 The toxic mix of physical and non-physical issues.

The most straightforward hack, but maybe also the most difficult to implement, is to forget what and where you are, as that leaves nothing to define a world by time and space. It has no special section in Alexius’ Duality Hacks. Yet it is mentioned here, there, and everywhere.

NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.2 Inclusiveness is freedom.