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Duality is Actually our Wholeness

The concept of duality is actually the concept of non-duality.

It is not this OR that, we are not this OR that. We are the “AND.” We are both masculine and feminine in the constant interchange and progression of this journey. We are both the giver and receiver in the dynamics of relationships and those we love. We are both a loving being and a warrior who can go into battle and fight. We are both lightness in light and darkness in the dark. We are both the yin and the yang and adapt with each passing circumstance. We are perfectly imperfect. Healing is dual… both painfully difficult and beautifully expensive. On the opposing glance of life, stands death. Without one we wouldn’t see and live in the other. We are both as we constantly morph and change and expand and contract. The contrast is what allows you to see the other. The things that utterly break you, give you the most resilience and strength. This is probably uncomfortable and difficult to hear that the potential of the opposite is a part of the experience, but comforting that you’re not alone, and it is the beauty and law of the human experience. Your intention is the force behind the power you carry…it can be dual…you can use your magic for good or harm. You have a choice in how you participate in this sliding scale of duality. An old Cherokee tale speaks of the battle between two wolves that live inside of us. One is evil. It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.” So which wolf wins? The one you feed will win but we cannot deny the existence of the opposite. The duality of our existence or the non-duality of wholeness. The universe within and around you shall come back to you in the form of frequency which you feed. So what is duality but not…non-duality itself? The human experience that we feel very deeply, through the language of emotions that drive us to love or fear. That itself is duality and non-duality. Does love not evoke fear as it can end one day? Is fear not evoked by love because we care? You get to choose every day the spectrum in which you live. It is a choice we all have to make either consciously or subconsciously. We either let it run on autopilot or learn to become aware of the driving force behind the wheel of life. The mastery of life is to artfully play in both worlds. To play in both worlds but also above them with the understanding that this world was created as such and there are universal laws that ring to be true HERE in this paradigm. There are also conditioned rules that keep us small and living in an invisible cage….The cage of control. A flea locked in a jar for 3 days will never leave the jar, as this is now the world it knows, and abides by those rules. So where are we? We have the right to know and understand these universal laws of light and freedom. Instead of marching to someone else’s song. That is duality and non-duality….to be free but to be limited by certain powerful forces. It is our birthright to unlock the paradigm into a dimension that transcends the imprisonment of duality. Do we have it all wrong? Why didn’t they tell us the laws? Well, my friend because you can’t reign over those who are free and glowing. There are forces that will take your spark and feed off it. The death of you is where your light goes to die. So ask yourself which side of duality do you live in…where do you stand more often? Where do you want to be in this human experience on this sliding scale of duality? Remember you have a choice in how you show up, and what you choose to believe, which paradigm you live in, and which wolf you feed. And isn't life itself the journey of duality…the journey of the wholeness of this experience not this OR that…but this AND that…the law of non-duality...but the choice is yours...which inner wolf are you feeding?


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