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Is duality really a figment of your imagination? has started a thread on duality and tagged this blog.  What does duality mean to you?  How does your sense of awareness orient itself?

Some people get wrapped up in the idea of separation from the original Source, that is, where they came from.  This belief suggests that separation from Higher Forces is what leads you to come up with concepts like positive and negative, good and bad, and other oppositions.   Can you readily explain why you feel torn between feeling open and closed?

If you take the stance that you create veils of illusion of reality, then you may also believe life is about learning to remove those veils.  Let's say you create layers of them, as the result of external conditioning.  In order to work through what makes sense, you discard veils and replace them, then remove others. When will you reach your core?

Sorting through ideas about duality brings you face-to-face with your ego, conscious and subconscious.  They may each be sending you different messages.    You discover you choose between love and fear. Which part of your perceived reality will you believe?

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Reader Comments (8)

When do we reach our core? And how do we know when we get there?

Liara, I am so blessed by your blog, I have added you to my blogroll. Thank you for your faithful service to the world.

April 24, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterHarmony
Harmony, this is a very subjective experience. You only discover it yourself.
April 24, 2008 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
Hi Liara,

Concise, timely, and well-said. I appreciate your participation in the synchroblog project. Moreover, I'm grateful for your vision.

April 25, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAvenefica
Avenifica, another way to think about it is that each human being is born into a perceived duality in a 3-dimensional reality. If you take the view each of us has filtering opportunities to recognize and deal with core wounding, this could be seen as the route to healing the dulality that may actually be our own illusion. At a point in the past when humans as a civilisation, decided to externalize their ego, then the journey for the physical body changed. We splintered from what we were before for certain reasons.
April 25, 2008 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
I enjoyed your post ... lofty thoughts indeed!

May 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDonna L. Faber
Donna, in order to discern reality from illusion, you need to develop deep faith and trust in yourself. If self-doubt creeps into your mind, this implies you aren't aware of the resilience of your own consciousness. Its necessary to rid yourself of negative thoughts. Only by exploring, facing and understanding fear of the past do we become equipped to free ourselves of fears we perceive in the present. Its grounded in how we view duality.
May 3, 2008 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert
Liara ... oh, I do so agree with you. And in that simple sense lies a journey we each undertake in our own way. That's what my blog When Isis Rises is about. You left me a note about chiron. I'm very famliar with Chiron. Here is another post which focuses on the chironic wound ...
I hope you enjoy it!
May 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDonna L. Faber
Donna, I'm grateful for your suggestion and will check it out. Different views on a subject of interest can empower us to open our own minds wider and to "see" differently.
May 4, 2008 | Registered CommenterLiara Covert

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