Friday, 6 February 2015

PRESENT PROBLEM OF DUALITY IN MANKIND IS MERELY LIKE A CALIBRATION ERROR

PRESENT PROBLEM OF DUALITY IN MANKIND IS MERELY LIKE A CALIBRATION ERROR

1.         We have many measuring instruments that have to be set to zero, before taking up any measurement, like dispensers in the gas stations and scales in shops etc.
2.         Similarly, human intelligence has to accurately perceive the situation, since the response has to be matching and equal to it, to restore the original situation, without traces.
3.         Duality is a simple aberration, depriving the Zero or Meditation Mode to the ‘I’ or Consciousness. Duality is a calibration error, not disease.
4.         No one chooses duality or the dual state of mind. It is the result of an unknowingly committed error by parents or elders.
5.         Each person can and has to get rid of it by one self, otherwise one would be committing the same mistakes committed by our predecessors.
6.         Fragmentation has deprived mankind of its unique role of the Protector of the universe. A Non-dual mind is always balanced, to enable it to perceive and respond accurately.
7.         When it sees an imbalanced situation, it merely subtracts or adds appropriate amount of remedy to brings back the same situation, without even a trace of the earlier damage.
8.         Not only that, a large part of mankind seems to have lost even the basic minimal features of the animals to live natural and un-conflicting lives.  
9.            Conditioning can be seen in addiction or dependence on some theory or ideology, like Political or Religious ones in memory. It hampers free and unbiased perception of new situations and causes excessive, involuntary and inaccurate responses, especially in critical situations, often leading to violence.

10.   Diagram shows the ‘I’ or the main or operating intelligence is suffering its own damage or fragmentation as a part of it is involuntarily flowing into memory often. It is causing parallel or dual thinking, confusion, conflicts and sorrow. 



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