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There´s no pink flower in this pic. The color pink does not exist within the reality of the world, so if you see pink, you have constructed the color yourself.

Without flaws, the universe’s structure would be perfect, thus not appearing to be manifested as something. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

All colours in a light beam, except lime green, have a complementary colour, so if you believe to see pink, which theoretically speaking is the complementary colour of lime green, you are mistaken. Pink does not exist. That is why Wikipedia calls it an extra-spectral colour. Follow this link if you want more info about pink, also called fuchsia and magenta.

The reason you believe to see the colour pink, although it is not there, is that every time you, theoretically speaking, should see it as a complementary colour to lime green, you mix blue and red to create pink internally to fill the gap in the spectrum of a light beam.

However, according to science, if not for gaps, a world where there seems to be more than one would not appear there. A perceived gap in the pattern created by the particles from the big bang made it possible for the inconsistent structure to unfold as a world with gaps between everything. In other words, if a crack had not been perceived in the way the particles from the big bang gathered together, there would have been no imperfection to trigger the fantasy of separation.

The world is designed as a puzzle, where you are rewarded when you get the pieces right. But the puzzle is incomplete. A piece is missing. No problem, when you perceive your reaction to the gap as ‘it is what it is,‘ you see it is paired with its counterpart. Hence you feel complete. See hack #4.4 The duality flow goes to non-duality.

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What you think you see is precisely that. It is an image fabricated by the brain, which has many scripts to automatically manipulate the rays of light reaching the eyes into a picture of the world that looks like you expect it. For example, you do not wish to see the world upside down, so the brain always corrects that. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Once upon a time, a king had fun having people beheaded in the blind spot we all have when looking at something from a specific angle. It is not a gap that we notice because we are conditioned to fill it with something from our memory. Thus the king kept seeing the decapitated ones with their heads until he changed his viewing angle and saw them beheaded, which he found very amusing.

It is not only a gap like the above, we are conditioned to fill with something familiar. For example, what you think you see on your digital media now hides that your screen is empty unless zeros and ones are manipulated to appear as if there is something there.

The same applies to the rest of the world you believe to see. It is as virtual as this page, and so is the brain that seems to help you fill it with something that appears real.

There are probably many gaps in this article that automatically have been filled with something to m ke you feel at ease.