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Originally posted by ZacharyW
woops accidently pressed post too soon, bear with me...
Originally posted by ZacharyW
Duality- is an Illusion/Distortion. Duality is polarity. Duality is contrast.
Positive/Negative
Opinions regarding Duality:
Positivity (to me)- seeks balance, Positivity seeks Unity and 'favors' Compassion. Positivity strives for a balance between service to self and service to others. Balance is always changing/'moving', balance means something different 'each moment'.
Negativity- Negativity is a word used to describe an opinion. Negativity, to me is Darker Energy. Negativity is service to self highly polarized. Service to self avoids/strays from Unity.
Unity- Is 'beyond' the dualistic illusion. Unity IS.
I am open to feedback and further discussion regarding the Laws of Creation and the illusive nature of duality.
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
how is neutrality zero? isn't neutrality equal-ness as opposed to nothing at all? or am i in over my head here
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
ok i understand that zero is mathematically neutral but it also mathematically implies nothing. so saying zero is everything is contradicting itself right?
Originally posted by ZacharyW
Everything suggests limitation
Infinite IS
I think by 0 'Ugly' is referring to I AM or the concept of I AM, there is only I infinitely...which can't even be accurately portrayed using words alone.
All within the linear mind is distorted to some degree or another...all we can do, is do.
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
ok i understand that zero is mathematically neutral but it also mathematically implies nothing. so saying zero is everything is contradicting itself right?
In a Universe comprised only of sumthings, n0thing doesn't exist within, sew Zero is kNot n0thing, it is sumthing that mathematically can represent n0thing yet at the same time, represent All.
"Law of Opposites - opposites cannot exist without each other and if one exists, so too does the other, with the opposing opposites comprising Source and Source comprising the opposing opposites."
"Law of Shapes - everything goes to a Sphere, if possible, for even the sum of all Numbers is a Sphere."
The Flow Sequence of the Universe shows that (note the Infinite Recycling/Creation/Growth aspect):
< -Infinite -1 : - 1 -finite 0 +finite +1 : +1 +Infinite >
Ribbit
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ZacharyW
all we can do is do? can we also not be?
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
ok i understand that zero is mathematically neutral but it also mathematically implies nothing. so saying zero is everything is contradicting itself right?
In a Universe comprised only of sumthings, n0thing doesn't exist within, sew Zero is kNot n0thing, it is sumthing that mathematically can represent n0thing yet at the same time, represent All.
"Law of Opposites - opposites cannot exist without each other and if one exists, so too does the other, with the opposing opposites comprising Source and Source comprising the opposing opposites."
"Law of Shapes - everything goes to a Sphere, if possible, for even the sum of all Numbers is a Sphere."
The Flow Sequence of the Universe shows that (note the Infinite Recycling/Creation/Growth aspect):
< -Infinite -1 : - 1 -finite 0 +finite +1 : +1 +Infinite >
Ribbit
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ZacharyW
all we can do is do? can we also not be?
WE can kNot be anything or WE can be anything.
It's your dream, live IT!
Ribbit
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
ok i understand that zero is mathematically neutral but it also mathematically implies nothing. so saying zero is everything is contradicting itself right?
In a Universe comprised only of sumthings, n0thing doesn't exist within, sew Zero is kNot n0thing, it is sumthing that mathematically can represent n0thing yet at the same time, represent All.
"Law of Opposites - opposites cannot exist without each other and if one exists, so too does the other, with the opposing opposites comprising Source and Source comprising the opposing opposites."
"Law of Shapes - everything goes to a Sphere, if possible, for even the sum of all Numbers is a Sphere."
The Flow Sequence of the Universe shows that (note the Infinite Recycling/Creation/Growth aspect):
< -Infinite -1 : - 1 -finite 0 +finite +1 : +1 +Infinite >
Ribbit
wouldn't the sum of all numbers be infinity? not zero
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
Originally posted by ButtUglyToad
Originally posted by Bigfoot12714
reply to post by ButtUglyToad
ok i understand that zero is mathematically neutral but it also mathematically implies nothing. so saying zero is everything is contradicting itself right?
In a Universe comprised only of sumthings, n0thing doesn't exist within, sew Zero is kNot n0thing, it is sumthing that mathematically can represent n0thing yet at the same time, represent All.
"Law of Opposites - opposites cannot exist without each other and if one exists, so too does the other, with the opposing opposites comprising Source and Source comprising the opposing opposites."
"Law of Shapes - everything goes to a Sphere, if possible, for even the sum of all Numbers is a Sphere."
The Flow Sequence of the Universe shows that (note the Infinite Recycling/Creation/Growth aspect):
< -Infinite -1 : - 1 -finite 0 +finite +1 : +1 +Infinite >
Ribbit
wouldn't the sum of all numbers be infinity? not zero
For every positive number, there's a corresponding Negative number which offsets it, neutralizes it, which the Neutral number is Zero.
-1 + +1 = 0
-2 + + 2 = 0
-f + +f = 0
-I + +I = 0
to infinity . . .
Ribbit