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Subject: Re: The Doctrine (was - Re: Everyone knows the rule: Trust no one, never fear and never forgive)
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>> Ones are able to be ones
>> None may be the One
>awareness without object and consciousness is in everything. we are
>all that. and each other.
>when you see a red fire truck, do you think of the same thing i do...
In some ways, probably.
In other ways, probably not.
>or only most of the time?
>is that one-ness?
If I'm thinking about it,
it's most likely three-ness at least
and more than likely a many-ness
of greater than three.
>where was the awareness?
In the perceptions and the thoughts.
To be aware
without being aware of being aware
might be how and what consciousness is
prior to reflecting.
When second-nature is congruent
with whatever is being done,
then what is being done
may be done without doing.