Ratha (papertygre) wrote in beers_not_doers,

The relationship of duality with Being vs. Doing

"On this side, we have the dualistic world where all objects exist only relative to other objects in a web of complicated relationships; on the other side is the nondual world where All is One, the root of the cosmos and all experience is Divine, and words have no meaning. In a gnostic state, one cannot Do, one can only Be. And in that space, you find that there is no difference between yourself and the Divine nature by whatever name you call it -- God, Creator, Lifeforce, Chaos, the Tao, the gods, the One." —Fenwick Rysen (emphasis mine)
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