Excerpt About Particulars

In the Nondual Condition all Particulars are Inseparable Parts of the Same Unity

In the nondual condition, all particulars are an inseparable part of the same unity. But the particulars are all equal, and no single particular, including the individual self, stands out. That sense of equality is an important part of nondual realization. Whatever we experience is all the same body of reality. But reality has other secrets and mysteries, which can reveal another kind of realization—that each particular manifestation is not simply an ephemeral form manifested by nondual presence. Each particular manifestation has significance and importance, and recognizing that can help to pierce the mysteries of what the individual human being is. Some teachings actually speak about these mysteries.

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