The greatest challenge when sharing the truth of LOVE, Supreme Reality is finding a way to help others understand the value of a non-dualistic perspective to their role in a story where they have been programmed, to believe almost solely in matter and ego. As acceptance of non dualistic perspectives invalidates those beliefs entirely, by revealing them as Maya, illusion. This is why acceptance of this absolute truth is such a challenge for most, as it requires the ego to die. And just like anything else the ego wants to fight tooth and nail to continue exist, even though in reality it never did.
But I think (really trying hard to break that habit. Lol) I have finally figured out away to help folks better visualize sublime importance of the non-dualistic perspective as it relates to one’s true Beingness. Imagine you are in prison, and prison is all you know. You believe there is no reality beyond your prison. Then someone shares with you that your prison is an innate part of an infinitely larger Supreme Reality, and acceptance of that reality liberates you from your prison.
Now even if you didn’t want leave your prison, your limitation – for whatever attachment to fantasies of fear or pleasure you have to it – wouldn’t you at the very least be happy, feel comforted, desire to know there is a beyond, the beyond, the beyond, where LOVE, source of all stories, your limitless True Self resides, where at anytime you choose to see, you can Be and Are free in Infinity, one with the Tao, whole with All.
However, acceptance of a non-dual understanding does not mean you leave the story of your prison, but it does transform you from inmate participating, to witness, observer unattached, and from feeling separate, Yin and Yang at war, to Yin and Yang as oneness in peace and harmony…
“To awaken to the absolute view is profound and transformative, but to awaken from all fixed points of view is the birth of true non-duality. If emptiness cannot dance, it is not true emptiness. If moonlight does not flood the empty night sky and reflect in every drop of water, on every blade of grass, then you are only looking at your own empty dream.”