Inclusiveness is the bliss of nothing

Updated January 12, 2023

Suppose you do not keep the opposite sides in one contrast – for example, winner and loser – away from each other by projecting one of them onto somebody else. In that case, there is no space to separate them. Thus nobody can be defined as a winner or loser.  Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Once upon a time, Alexius assumed that if he justified feeling annoyed with the world, his irritation would be replaced by relaxation. However, it was so stressful to always look for something outside him to blame for the irritation inside him that he did not feel relaxed.

Fortunately, he recognised that if he included irritation by being it to such an extent that he was nothing but that, there was not something to contrast it. Therefore, since the included feeling could not be categorised, it could not be experienced as a specific feeling. AnFworldd since relaxation is defined by irritation, both feelings turned into nothing. In short, he saw that the meaning of the opposing elements, in one contrast, is cancelled out when one of them is fully included. So, in this case, you are neither definable as irritable nor relaxed. Hence you tend to forget to see yourself as someone separated from others, thus entering a state of not-knowing.

However, let us go back and elaborate on being fully inclusive. It does not mean you laboriously have to ensure every bit of irritation is included, but there is a willingness to be nothing but what you include. In other words, it is not about perfection but willingness. Should the latter be lukewarm, you are still fully inclusive if you are willing to include reluctance.

Inclusiveness has nothing to do with acceptance or forgiveness because inclusion leaves nothing to accept or forgive. Neither does it have anything to do with embracing or owning your feelings, as that enhances the belief in being someone definitive, thus separated, instead of undoing it. Inclusion is the absence of separation, which is the bliss of nothing.

In some ways, being inclusive can be compared to what happens when we, for example, see something red outside us. Simultaneously, the brain generates its complementary colour, cyan, inside us to cancel out the contrasting colours and replace them with a neutral grey within us. Since this happens so fast and most only see what they expect to see, they do not notice red is complemented with cyan inside them and the sum of those two, neutral grey, replaces the complementary colours. Instead, they hold onto the experience of red as a singular colour in a world outside them.

This image illustrates how the complementary colours of the RGB colour model’s primary hues turn into neutral grey when they are equally combined. The same applies to the complementary colour that emerges by mixing the primary ones. It also applies to the RYB and CMYK colour modes. Plus, complimentary feelings, such as love and hate. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Grey is always the result of combining complementary colours, as illustrated in the image with the square colours. And you can see that cyan is the complementary colour of red if you stare at red for a sustained time – thirty seconds to a minute – and then quickly look at a white surface. There you see the complementary colour of red, which, depending on the colour model you have conditioned yourself to follow, is cyan or green.

In a world defined by time and space, the colours we believe to see are based on the RYB colour model, where the primary colours are red, yellow and blue. These colours are subtracted from the colours of light, where the primary ones are red, green and blue (RGB). Adding the primary colours of the world (RYB) results in black, and so do the primary colours in the colour wheel of professional printing (CMYK). On the other hand, adding the primary colours of light results in white – see the middle RGB colour model above. Television and computers use the colours of light, the RGB model. Depending on your conditioning, you use either the RYB or RGB model to perceive the complementary colour to red, for example. As you can see in the illustration, it is green in the RYB model and cyan in the RGB model. Most people use the RYB model, where black, not white, is the total of all the colours in the model. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Read about the different colour models in the picture’s caption with round colours. For more comparisons with science-related findings, see the article Without contrasts, nothing seems to hide non-duality. The info about colours is based on Alexius’s research when he wrote a book about colour theory for a Danish Marketing school many years ago.

But let us return to our story about irritation. When included, irritation and its counterpart relaxation are cancelled out. Thus you forget to perceive yourself as someone definitive, wherefore you enter a state of not-knowing. There you may get glimpses of the Enlightenment of that which is One, such as ethereal light, celestial music, intangible sensibility or taste. Please read how to do that in The four aspects of Enlightenment and how to sample them.


The the bliss of nothing is not the same as the Enlightenment of that which is One because it takes more than one to be blissful. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

When the internet is down, the thoughts about what is possible to accomplish in cyberspace fade out – so does the image of what you appear to be there.

It is a bit similar to a state of not-knowing. You fail to notice thoughts that seem to manifest you as separated from others. Hence there is nobody to attribute an experience with a specific meaning, wherefore you are in the bliss of nothing.

But there is not someone to know that before a state of not-knowing is over, and the sweet memories of it reminds you of the bliss that comes from not believing to be separated.

As already said, cancelling out the definition of the opposite sides in one contrast is enough to bring you into a state of not knowing. But since there are many contrasts, this state ends when you again feel disturbed by the experience of something you compulsively categorise as a specific feeling, such as hate. However, if you include hatred, you are back in a state of not-knowing. Hate is included in the same way as irritation. So when you are nothing but hatred, there is not something else to define what you are, wherefore you are in the bliss of nothing.

Instead of cancelling out contrasts one by one, you can speed up the undoing of the belief in separation by including fundamental contrasts like within and without, past and future, giving and receiving, high and low or the most basic: expansion and contraction. Many contrasts are a variation of those, so including them incorporates their sub-contrasts. Since that means the experience of separation falls apart, nobody is bothered about being someone definitive. That is a state of not-knowing.

By not excluding but fully including your feeling of worthlessness, you are nothing but that. Therefore, since there is no contrast to define your worthlessness, you cannot be determined, thus not being limited by time and space. Hence you are in a state of not-knowing, which is pure bliss. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Being in a state of not-knowing does not mean you do not appear to be someone separated from others, but since the belief in being some momentarily is undone, nobody worries about it. Hence thoughts and feelings are not considered tools for manifesting you as someone definitive but simply for navigating the world. For example, pain may prevent you from walking on a broken leg, and fear stops you from stepping out in front of a car.

In this context, pain does not cause suffering. Neither does fear frighten anyone because when you do not use thoughts and feelings to establish yourself as someone definitive, they are not experienced to result in anything specific. In other words, when not used for something personal, thoughts and feelings do not appear to affect you or the world experienced outside of you, nor do they seem to have been caused by you or anything else.

Trying to understand inclusiveness and categorise when, why or how long you are in a state of not-knowing, before you return to the conscious expereience of being someone defined time and space, complicate things. To be inclusive is simply to not be exclusive. Since the result is a state of not-knowing, you will not get there through understanding.

Since the experience of you as someone substantial in a tangible world defined by time and space is a construction of thoughts, it falls apart when inclusion undoes the perceived separation of thoughts into elements with different meanings. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

But as soon as thoughts and feelings are used personally, you are out of a state of not knowing. Thus no longer in the bliss of nothing but the happiness of something specific something. Perhaps, you simply left the bliss of nothing by twisting it into an experience of something definable, such as unconditional love.

Neither will the bliss of nothing last if you remain in that state for more than 20 minutes, 45 at most, because without the constant acknowledgement of something specific, the Enlightenment of that which is One set in. And it erases the awareness of something as well as nothing.

Simply put, as long as you want to appear as someone in a world defined by time and space, you cannot stay too long at a time in a state of not-knowing. If you do that, the Enlightenment of that which is One set in, and it erases every memory of being someone in a world defined by time and space. But fortunately, the after-effect of just a split second in a state of not-knowing can last for years. Thus you have a good time enjoying the belief in a world defined by time and space while gently having it undone. See A state of not-knowing and the after-effect.

And that is the purpose of hack #3.1 Inclusiveness sets you free from duality. In other words, ultimately speaking, inclusion is about undoing the belief in being someone in a world defined by time and space. But that requires everything is included immediately. And since you seem to like some aspects of being someone in a world defined by time and space, you may as well enjoy them while slowly but surely including them to have the belief in time and space undone by again and again entering a state of not-knowing.

However, this hack does not intend to explain what a state of not-knowing is, after all, it is not-knowing. Nevertheless, you can read more about it in A state of not-knowing and the after-effect.

Multitasking or defocussing facilitates a state of not-knowing. But this state can also arise from being deeply involved in something when it is not carried out per a special philosophy or an attempt to escape something. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

If the boxes in the articles disturb you from being focused and centred, they fulfill the purpose. To be in a state of not-knowing, you must forget about being centred, balanced and focused because those concepts are deeply founded in labelling experiences, thus separating them.

Fortunately multitasking takes care of that. It distracts the brain from focusing so that it becomes difficult to categorise an experience as different from another. Applying The taste of Oneness as desribe in The four aspects of Enlightenment and how to sample them helps you defocus. That said, this is mainly meant to be applied for undoing the belief in being someone definitive, not for driving a car, for example.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #3.1 Inclusiveness sets you free from duality.

More than One is the doostep to that which is One

Updated November 28, 2022

We built a personality that seems to make everybody else comfortable so they do not notice we grab as much as possible for as little as possible at their expense. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

A world defined by time and space is not about what you are but how exciting you appear. The more special you look on social media, the more you get likes and/or followers. However, to keep your followers, you must constantly invent ways to look more exciting than others.

But no matter what you achieve, there is always the risk that somebody will take it from you, like you probably ripped it from somebody else to get famous. There is no way to survive without physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically taking something from somebody else – for example, food, a point of view, love, money or power – if you want to remain as someone substantial in a tangible world.

So when you go shopping, it is to get as much as possible for as little as possible from somebody else. For the shop, it is the other way around. It tries to provide you with as little as possible for as much as possible within the law. You work to make as much money as possible for as little effort as possible. And the company tries to give you less and make you work hard to profit from you.

The strongest and/or most clever will take the most, resulting in others getting less, maybe nothing. Whether rich or poor, you know this is the world’s way. Consequently, you always fear others will take what you have grabbed from them.

In the civilised world, taking from others has been organised, so you do not have to feel guilty about taking more than you need or be too afraid that somebody will take what you lawfully have taken. The legal means for taking from others within the civilised system is money. So the more you have, the more you can take from others, thus being respected as successful by those believing in the system.

But even though taking from others has been organised so you can do it and look like a civilised person in a civilised world, you must continuously defend yourself. Otherwise, someone smarter or stronger takes what you have grabbed from others. There is no way to escape this because as long as you appear to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, you always need more to survive. Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings have no solutions for not feeling guilty about that or making the world a better place where everybody share everything with everyone. Instead, it is about undoing the belief that there is more than one.

However, until that is done, it is beneficial to perceive getting more as a symbol of oneness because then it becomes the doorstep to that which is One.

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If you are civilised, you pay for what you take – at least when there is no other way to do it without being exposed as a criminal. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

It is a cherished idea that people are victims of the rich, and their wealth, which they have gotten from profiting from others, should be distributed amongst others so all can be equal. But everybody is already the same in the sense that they share the greed to get as much as possible for as little as possible at anybody’s expense. In that context, there is no difference between those who have much and those who do not, except that the rich are more talented at exploiting others than the poor.

To get more is the lowest common factor for everybody who believes in a world where there seems to be more than one. The capitalists are straightforward about the desire for more money and power. But the socialists hide it behind do-gooder talk about more money and power for the people. Those who claim to be spiritual may not desire more money and power. However, they still have the passion for more, namely more love, peace and purity.

We all want more. That is the way to uphold the belief in a world where there seems to be more than one. By acknowledging that, we acknowledge we have chosen to believe there is more than One. So when we realise more does not feel better, Hence we can undo our choice.

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A world where there seems to be more than one is based on the idea that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One. That is why your instinct always tells you that the solution to a problem is more, and happiness comes from being and having more.

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In different ways, Gandhi and others failed to establish peace in their part of the world. The reason is simple. Peace is impossible in a world where there seems to be more than one. Such a world is based on being and having more than one. And you do not get peace from searching for more but from not looking for anything because peace cannot be seen.

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Since it requires more than one to describe something, oneness cannot be described, and since oneness is formless and thus endless, anything describable is an illusion. Hence the description in Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings should not be taken literally. Nor should they be taken as pointers to oneness because it requires more than one to point to something.

In this context, Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings point toward the illusion of experiencing, realising or understanding something because it requires more than one to be conscious of anything.

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It is not possible to profit from reality. It is that which is One, and it takes more than one to profit from something. That is not to say it is wrong to make a profit. But since it is a product of the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One, this belief, thus the suffering it entails, is enhanced.

That is why you do not get more free and self-assured when spending money on new-age courses. Fortunately, Alexius’ Duality Hacks are free, and when you apply them, there is no need for freedom and self-assurance because you become indifferent to being someone.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.2 Peace of non-duality versus the excitement of duality.

Seeing symbols of non-duality in a world of duality

Updated November 28, 2022

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When experiences are not perceived as personal but as symbols of life’s formlessness, they do not establish us as separate beings. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In 2010 Alexius was stuck in a rainforest for two days without food and water. He had followed a dried-out river down the mountain towards the sea, but the closer he came to the sea, the more impenetrable the rainforest became. So at the end of the first day, Alexius gave up digging through the thorny lianas.

He started hallucinating the second day and prepared himself to die of cold and/or dehydration the coming night. But everything was so beautiful that it did not seem important to continue as a separate being. Besides, Alexius’ had no more mundane longings. They had all been fulfilled. Finally, however, at the end of the second day, he was rescued by a helicopter.

Before the helicopter arrived, it was like the personal self of Alexius died per its script and was replaced by an impersonal one, having only one goal: giving back everything received to remain impersonal, thus a medium for the empty breath. Read about being a vessel for the empty breath in hack #5.2 The empty breath and the bliss of not believing to be someone.

However, since giving back everything is beyond the brain, Alexius got no relevant input from it about that. The brain suggested he should do something great for humanity. But Alexius sensed it was not about doing but perceiving. Therefore, he concluded that since life is formless, a world defined by time and space is lifeless, hence a fantasy. But since there is no illusion without reality, every part of the fantasy symbolises reality, namely life, because it is formless, thus endless.

Therefore, when a world defined by time and space is perceived as a symbol of life, our experience of it is returned to the formlessness of life. Hence our experiences do not seem to have an effect or establish us as definitive. Read more about Alexius in the rainforest here.

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The idea of giving symbols of life back to life’s formlessness only works within a world defined by time and space. Therefore, like anything else in such a world, they must be given up at some point. ‘To give up’ must also go because it is only in a substantial world there is something to give up.

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That you see a waitress here is not real. It is a simulation – a symbol of her and the beach café, where she works.

Seeing this photo is a fantasy because it takes more than one to do that and there is no more than that which is One. However,  therefore since it is only because of oneness you can fantasise about more than one, the fantasy is a positive confirmation of that which is One. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since oneness is formless, thus endless, a world where there seems to be more than one is an illusion. However, have chosen to believe it is real, you better give it your best shot to appear as someone there because by doing so, you acknowledge your choice. Hence you can decide to have it undone, for example, by perceiving every experience of a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One.

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Oneness does not know that you believe to be in a world where there seems to be more than one because there is no more than that which is one. Fortunately, you can undo your belief by not insisting on being linked with everything but that which makes it possible to believe there is more than that which is One. Hence, since your fantasy of more than one becomes a symbol of oneness, every part of a world where there seems to be more than one reminds you that there is no more than that which is One.

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A computer is not part of the world you see on its screen but the reason you see it. Therefore, the virtual world is a symbol of the computer. Likewise, everything in a world where there seems to be more than one is a symbol of that which is One.

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Symbols have nothing to do with what they symbolise. So acknowledging everything in a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One will not make you realise oneness. Besides, it takes more than one to recognise something, so you can only be aware of something that is not one.

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No reason to control, stop or deny the thoughts popping up. Since they can only be experienced because of oneness, they confirm that which is one, whereas their refusal is a rejection of oneness.

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You cannot perceive something as a symbol of that which is One if you suppress what it makes you feel. In other words, seeing a world where there seems to be more than one as a symbol of that which is One is not a way to deny unpleasant feelings. Nor do you need to do that because when you perceive unpleasantness as a symbol of oneness, it feels just as marvellous as pleasantness.

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There is no food in the menu card on the table, but there are symbols of it – and so the card is pointing towards food in the same way, as my non teachings are pointing towards life. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

There is no food in the menu card. Yet there are symbols of it. Thus the card points toward food in the same way as Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings point toward oneness – or rather, that there is no oneness in a world where there seems to be more than one. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

When everything experienced is perceived as a symbol of that which cannot be recognised, namely that which is One, there is no need to understand anything.

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Good health is great to have while appearing as someone. But bad health is also great because both good and bad are symbols of that, making it possible to experience being someone.

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Listening to music, you probably go for the beats if you want to dance and the flute if you wish to feel relaxed. But if you are into what makes it possible to hear it, both ways produce the same mood because they are listened to as a symbol of that which is One.

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Appearing in a world defined by time and space is comparable to a game where your role is to be someone definitive, somewhere specific. That continues until you do not use thoughts and feelings to establish you as someone definitive but instead as symbols of that which makes it possible to play the game, namely the formlessness of oneness. Hereafter, you are not seen as someone definitive. Thus you are free.

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Do you see two faces or a vase in this image? The answer seems important within the reality of a world defined by time and space because, without definitions, it does not appear to exist. Actually, it does not matter because your electronic media neither has room for faces nor a vase. The image is an illusion symbolising something that is not there. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

Remodelling is the very reason you seem to experience a world of duality. It is the foundation of duality because it is a twisted image of non-duality. But the original modification of non-duality into a world of duality has its faults, so more adjustments are needed. For example, when you are born, the world you see is upside down, and if it were not because you constantly correct this image into the way you have learned the world should look, you would still experience it as upside down. You can read about this, and other corrections here.

But in this article, we just point out that you are used to editing your experiences. Hence nothing but yourself stops you from correcting your experience of a world of duality into symbols of non-duality. The way to change that is to acknowledge you feel alienated because you have chosen to believe in duality. By doing that, you automatically make a choice that makes you feel integrated: to perceive duality as a symbol of non-duality.

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The smartphone is a symbol of being connected and have access to everthing.

What you can access from your smartphone is not in it nor real. The phone is a symbol of being connected and having access to everything. The graphic is grabbed from the web.

In the world where we appear to be, somebody has invented a smartphone where the things and services you can access via it are not in it – like the substantial world we access via experiences made by the brain is not in it. But unlike a smartphone, nobody knows who has created the brain from which we access experiences of being tangible beings in a substantial world. The reason is simple. The brain has never been developed because reality is that which is One, and it takes more than one to create something.

Consequently, the experience of being someone is an illusion. No worries. There is no illusion without reality. So if you perceive your experiences as symbols of reality, which is oneness since it is formless, thus endless, you can have fun appearing as a tangible person in a substantial world.

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Reality is the reason that an illusion can be perceived as real.

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You cannot remember oneness because it takes more than one to be aware of something. But while you believe to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, you can remember it is impossible, for example, by perceiving everything as a symbol of that which makes it possible to experience them, namely that which is One.

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Where is the formlessness of oneness? Everywhere because formlessness is without beginning and end. But while you believe the experience of a world defined by time and space is real, your belief seems to hide that. However, your belief is quietly undone when it is seen as a symbol of that which makes it possible to believe in something definable, namely the formlessness of oneness.

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A body used to make you appear as if you live in it fights the end. But not if it is used to symbolise the formlessness of oneness because what it symbolises goes on forever. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

You do not have to believe in non-duality because it is the reality. But you have to believe in duality. That is the only way to make something unreal, like Santa Claus, appear alive.

As long as Santa Claus delivers as promised, you are willing to believe he exists. But you dismiss him as a fantasy if he does not provide anything. Likewise, when you realise a world of duality does not make you feel fulfilled.

However, although you have realised you do not get what you expect, you probably assume it is your fault and that if you look hard and long, you will get it. However, a world of duality can never give you something fulfiling because it is a fantasy, and there is nothing to achieve in an illusion.

For the same reason, there is nothing to leave but the belief that you exist in a world of duality. One way to undo this belief is to perceive duality as a symbol of non-duality. The more you do that, the less the differences making up duality seem to make a difference. Thus, eventually, separation does not appear to hide that there never was or will be anything but non-duality.

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The appearances in a dream are often experienced as physical, although the dream consists of nothing. Likewise, it may appear as if life is in a world where there seems to be more than one, even though it is nothing but empty space.

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When you do not try to escape the world’s emptiness by filling it with something that seems to make you fulfilled, the void you experience reveals you are not in a world where there seems to be more than one – like you are not in the story these words seem to produce. And there is not anything between them that combines them as something real.

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This pic is manipulated. It is fragments of three pics added together. The dolphin is a separate pic, my son another and the background a third one. It was possible to do this fabrication, because of the power I have as a person in the world. You can say, that the pic symbolizes this power of mine, which again is a symbol of the life, that makes it possible for me to appear, as if I have any power.

This image is compiled of fragments from three different pictures. The dolphin is from one photo, the person from another and the background from a third one. It was possible to fabricate this illusion because of Alexius’s ability to manipulate the pixels that make up a photo. Hence the image symbolises his power, which again symbolises that which makes it possible for him to appear as if he has any power, namely that which is life. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Since it requires more than one to get something, you cannot get anything in oneness. Therefore, you start to wonder if oneness is all there is. Next, you look outside to see if there could be more than one. However, looking outside is an illusion because oneness is endless. Nevertheless, you insist on seeing a world outside of it, where there is more than one.

But just like a dreamer remains what and where it is while dreaming about moving around with others in different places, that which is you remain the formlessness of oneness when appearing to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one.

However, even within a world where there seems to be more than one, it is a well-known secret that it is an illusion. According to scientific research, it is nothing but empty space. Hence what you see and feel as tangible is make-believe. Fortunately, perceiving everything in this fiction as a symbol of what makes it possible to experience a made-up world, namely the formlessness of oneness, all its definite appearances, eventually becomes indefinite. Thus there is no separation to support the belief that there is more than that which is one.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #2.1 Everything experienced is a symbol of oneness.

Far from Home

Updated November 23, 2022

This is a pic from the late evening on the island, where I stay nowadays. It would be plain stupid to wear a warm sweater, as I would do in my native country in the evening. Everything differs from the memory of life, that I have from my home.

This is an image from a late evening on the island, where Alexius stays for part of the year. Everything there differs from his life in his native country, where he definitely would have to wear a warm sweater on an evening this time of the year. However, it would be plain stupid to do that on an evening like in the picture. This illustrates that when you appear to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, you forget about oneness, so you can play the game of more than one. One way to do that is to pretend to be in a world where there seems to be more than one. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

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Alexius’ native country is Denmark, but nowadays, he also spends time on a Spanish island close to Africa. So when he is there, he has to forget about the minimalistic ways of Denmark and instead convert to the more maximalistic way of Spain. He also has to adapt to a new language, change to a new currency and many other things. Even though he seems to be good at it and having fun doing it, deep inside, he is still Danish and feels like he is far from home when spending time on the Spanish island.

This is not to say that one place is better than the other. The above is a metaphor to illustrate that if you are reading this, you are not in a spiritual but a physical world, thus, the currency of spirituality is useless. You need tangible food, clothes and friends to survive in a material world.

You can, of course, choose not to do that and return to the formlessness of spirituality. But as long as you appear to be someone in a world defined by time and space, by all means, go for it. There is nothing to lose. That which is you is still the formlessness of spirituality and will always be, even though it seems to be a substantial being far from home in the physical world for some time.

When the apparent difference between what you like and dislike does not make a difference, the belief in being someone definitive is being undone.

Besides, you do not need to return home. You have never left it. That is impossible because oneness is formless, thus endless, so there is no more than that which is One. Hence it is only the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One you need to undo.

Metaphorically, it is as if you, from oneness, stream a fictional video of more than one in which you pretend to be someone that is felt real due to artificial sensors. See, A world where there seems to be more than one is to be compared to a movie of oneness played in slow motion.


If what and where you experiece to be is something you pretend, each moment is entertaining. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Alexius’ Duality Hacks do not fulfil your dreams. On the contrary. All dreams must be called. This happens automatically if you pretend to be someone because then there is noone to dream about a better future.

When the fictional video is finished, you play it repeatedly until you are pleased with what you pretend to be. Then, you forget all about streaming and that there ever was a video. And there never was because the video and the world of duality it seems to reflect is make-believe.

Playing the video repeatedly, hoping it gets better, is as harmless as believing Santa Claus will bring you a present. So there is no reason not to enjoy the excitement while it lasts. Especially when you start to grasp that it is a deception.

That sets you free to enjoy it as a magic show in which you respond with love and compassion, cry in desperation or whatever instinctively pops up at the moment, just like you instinctively react to a ball coming to you by returning it.

To conclude: As long as you appear to be someone in a world where there seems to be more than one, give it your best shot. If you skip doing something, you may want to keep playing the game until you get it right. It is over when everything seems enjoyable in a world where there seems to be more than one when everything is enjoyable.

You cannot prove a world where there seems to be more than one is unreal because nothing unreal can be by that which is real, namely that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

In Spain – like in any other country – you spend a long time learning the rules of interacting, so that you can pretend to be a person there and therefore be acknowledge to be real. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

In Spain – like in any other country – you spend a long time learning the rules of communication to know how to act as a Spanish and therefore be acknowledged by others as somebody instead of nobody. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

PRETENDING TO BE SOMEONE IS FREEDOM:
It takes time to learn to pretend to be a specific person. For example, when Alexius was a child, he spent years learning how to pretend to be a Danish person in a cold climate. Nowadays, he is learning how to pretend to be a Spanish person in a warm environment when spends time there.

Thus Alexius is learning how to pretend to be a person who speaks loud, shouts at waiters, enjoys having breakfast in a bar around 11 AM, thinks 8 PM is too early for dinner and does not say ‘thank you.’ He is also learning to pretend to be someone who greets a woman by kissing her on both cheeks. Besides, he tries to learn not to be politically correct but says nigger and mixes things in non-established ways.

These things seem to define a Spanish person in the public room – at least as seen from the perspective of someone formerly conditioned to only be Danish.

Suffice to say, every country defines how to be someone in their part of the world. And if you want to be acknowledged as somebody there, you must pretend to be someone who lives by the local rules.

This also applies to smaller groups of people – even a love relationship, where the amount of love you seem to get depends on how good you are in pretending to be and have what the other one needs.

It is impossible for that which is you to feel happy or sad because it takes more than one to feel something and that which is you is not different from that which is One. However, imagining to be in a world where there seems to be more than one, it it seems possible to feel happy and sad.

Fortunately, the apparent difference between these or any other contrasting feelings does not make a difference, when tyou pretend to feel them. Thus they do not appear to to establish a world where there seems to be more than one as real.

Pretending to be someone definitive instead of believing it does not mean everything will work out how you expect. But it means that when something does not work out as planned and a feeling of sadness pops by, it feels OK because it is something you pretend to feel. That which is you is not sad. Neither anything else, because it is no different from that which is One, and it takes more than one to be aware of something.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.3 Pretending to be someone definitive is liberation.

Holding back ejaculation is just another material manifestation – but without the physical thrill of it

Updated November 28, 2022

No matter if you call it love or sex,those emotions will have aphysical manifestation.

Whether you call it love or sex, those emotions are physically expressed in a material world. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

Does a computer become something else if you do not turn it on? No. It remains the same. And a leg, for example, remains physical even though you do not use it.

Trying to change or transcend something enhances the the belief that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One.

If you plant it among carrots, will a flower seed become a carrot seed? No, you fool yourself. And so you do if you believe a hard penis will become spiritual when you withhold the ejaculation via tantra sex, for example. On the contrary, denying the body the pleasure of letting go enhance the belief in physicality as significant. Read more about tantra in To welcome the peace of oneness.

Besides, it is only in a world where there seems to be more than one that transformation is possible. And such a world is an illusion because spirituality is the formlessness of oneness, thus endless, so there is no more than that which is One. In other words, changes enhance the belief that there is more than that which is One.

Since spirituality is formless, it is endless. Consequently, you are either spiritual or nothing. The latter is the case if you believe in having a shape. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

If you do not believe in being someone definitive, you have no need to be changed or transformed. Nor to stop yourself from the thrill of having an orgasm. Although appearing physical is as unreal as being Santa Claus, it feels exciting pretending to be physical (read more about that here).

In the framework of pretending to be physical, the nature of physics is that the sun makes you warm, and water makes you wet. No degree of personal control can change that. Nor can it alter physical needs. And since nobody has forced you into a physical appearance, it is evident that you want to experience it. So why not give it your best shot?

Sex is an essential motivation for believing that it is possible to be and have more than that which is One. And since oneness is endless, the illusion of more than one depends on it. Thus an orgasm should not be stopped but enjoyed as a positive confirmation of that which is One.

When you pursue the desire for sex in a tangible and horny way, the physical thrill of an orgasm is incredible. Especially because it is extended by the empty breath that makes the whole body quiver with joy. Hence you feel revitalised and not emptied after ejaculation. If the sexual desire is triggered by fantasy or something perceived as real does not matter. It is all make-believe. Read more about the empty breath in hack #5.2 The empty breath and the bliss of nothing.


NOTE: This article is part of hack #1.2 You cannot change anything but your perception of it.

CANCELLEX

Updated December 31, 2022

CANCELLEX Fake news

Updated January 7, 2023

Everything considered to be a fact is made up by the brain. It is, for example, not a fact that you are reading this. It is something the brain tells you. But it does not share your perceived difference between real or imaginary, physicality or spirituality and what is perceived as the experiences of you or others, a dream or a movie. The brain knows that any venture is an illusion because it is a construction of thoughts made of nothing – including the experience of the brain. And as the only purpose is to entertain, all kinds of experiences are fabricated by the brain in one higgledy-piggledy by the same organ. Photo © Alexius Jorgensen.

All news is fake because it takes more than one to make them, and there is no more than that which is One since it is formless, thus endless.

If you conclude that this includes Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings, you are right. But being right, you are fake because it takes more than one to be anything.

No worries. The purpose of Alexius’ Enlightened Non-Teachings is to undo the belief that someone has a conscious experience of reading them. Hence, there is no awareness to hide that which cannot be realised, namely oneness, as it takes more than one to be conscious of it.

Continuously reading Alexius’ Duality Hacks without trying to learn something, they apply themselves.

All you need to do is keep reading Alexius’ Duality Hacks until you do not know what and where you are. As this is so blissful, that there is no more to ask for, believing it is possible to be and have more than that which is One is wiped out.