posted on Apr, 4 2014 @ 12:50 AM
Non-duality in perhaps the most general sense is beyond good and bad, or any such duality. Yet there appears to be a differing form of non-duality,
which could be seen as theistic non-duality. This is, in part, the idea of the absolute good. Now this is perhaps not inherently theistic, but I think
something like 'theism' really does sit at the core of the general philosophy. This is the idea that there is an ultimate good underlying everything.
Everything is ultimately perfect, and it is limited perception that either creates apparent imperfection or makes one perceive it. And this is because
life is the ultimate nature of everything. As such, there is a 'personality' behind everything, driving everything, becoming everything.
So, what is behind the universe is not blind, bland, apathetic, or neutral. It is a vibrant and active personality, brimming with life, being life
itself. Thus the very fact of an existence is the willing of it into existence by the one self-existing personality. This one personality drives and
becomes all things. That the self-existent life made something so indicates its ultimate good, because non-good would not be willfully chosen. Thus it
is from the perspective of this one life, unlimited because nothing opposes it, because it IS all life, that everything is good, perfect.
It is non-dual in that nothing opposes it, or is different from it, because it is everything. It is also non-dual in every other sense, yet with a
twist. It is beyond good and bad, and all other dualities. But yet, it is saying these dualities only exist AS limited perceptions, and do not
ultimately exist. It is beyond all good and bad that we could possibly conceive or perceive, because all this good and bad is the one life. Yet it is
100% good, from its own perspective. It IS the limitless perspective, and anything that is not this perfection, the willful expression of the one life
for its own enjoyment, only appears in response to limited perspective.
edit on 4-4-2014 by TheJourney because: (no reason given)