posted on Oct, 10 2012 @ 04:20 AM
All is one. You are the all. When this is realized and applied correctly, the individualized identity becomes obliterated. Therein lies the
It is okay for the individualized identity to shift, but as your mind integrates the newfound identity, it can do so in two ways. One way is
dangerous. The other is uplifting and is a source of unending enlightenment.
Upon realizing that all is one, you now see that I am you and you are me. We are not separate. This realization becomes dangerous when you project
your previous, individualized identity onto others. This is a false awareness.
The true awareness is that you are now what others are. The false awareness is that others are now what you (as individual) are.