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Material and spiritual as the first duality of the elements of the universe have presented life which is nothing but a state when there is a union between what is alive and what is dead. It also provides death as a deliverance between what lives and what dies. This Life and Death is the second duality of the universe created from the material and spiritual elements of the Divine. They roll in a perpetual cycle because they are rotated by chains of unification and release that take turns.

In this universe, the element that always lives is the Soul, while the element that always dies is the material universe. Life is never limited by death because what is alive will always be alive. Nor is death limited by life because what dies will always die. However, this real-life period is limited by death and limits death by the start of a new life.

However, truly in death when the Living One has become detached from the material form he once occupied, he immediately occupies a new material form in another dimension. With this knowledge, it is confirmed that actually life always continues even after death in the real world. For that reason, stop being sad for every death because life is always there, it’s just that it changes dimensions, from the dimension that can be seen into something that is not easily seen.

Developing from the duality of life and death there are then other branches of duality in the universe. Joy and sorrow, sadness, happiness, poverty, and other duality rainbows. The various duality that colors the world and also when facing important events in life, namely death.

This world is provided as a place of learning to recognize all the duality that exists in life and death that must be lived many times so that the learners can understand, accept and unite with all the duality of this world and also unite with the duality of life and death as an essential part.

When it has transcended the duality of life and death and has succeeded in understanding, accepting and uniting with the inevitability of the existence of the first duality of the universe that is material and spiritual, learners will easily understand the Supreme Life as emptiness and content of the emptiness of the universe. Finally, after understanding all of that, students will realize the cycle of Divine universality and move in silence with the Supreme Being with universal consciousness.

  • Have you ever or still ask about the essence of life?

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  1. For me life is a mystery that I will never understand nor do I try to understand.

    Having said that I do reminisce on good and bad memories sitting in my favourite corner. Surprisingly there are more good memories I reminisce on.

    And the loss of my dear ones does not hamper the kind of life I lead – a happy life as I surely know if I mourned for them for life they would not like it at all.

  2. I do often wonder about the choices we make when considering what is the essence of life. It isn’t the things strewn about us. It isn’t the light streaming in the window.

    For me, the essence is the memories, the smiles, the hugs and the warmth of the world around me!

    • You are right, Elenka. This is something that is difficult to understand with the mind because of its limitations.

      The contents of this writing are not something to be believed but merely to show what can be seen from a certain point of view. I hope we all can find a way to see and understand it from our own perspective.

  3. I always learn from your words my friend. You know I am constantly thinking about how to connect with my son, father, and other loved ones. I believe our souls live forever. I just hope when I do see my son again we will know each other in whatever form that might be. So much is unknown.

  4. I agree with Pam, I believe there is life after death. If you want to see me after I die you better be good and go to heaven lol. Your soul is a good one so I am sure we will meet in heaven one day, I have a lot to do yet on earth.

  5. To be honest I have never thought of duality as a concept but then there is truth in what you say.
    I don’t and can’t believe that when the physical existence dies then a soul ceases to exist that life goes somewhere else.

    I have often seen things that happen sometimes in advance to the sequence of the events but don’t see it all…
    When Dad died in my dreams I saw him as a young man get on a train with Jesus Christ with the lamp going after him.

    That’s what I think, you leave the body you get on a train and go somewhere else.

    After that I don’t actually know much.

    I do know that when Mum was in hospital and I prayed with her. The words came to me but I did not share were these, “I am the resurrection and the life, who ever believes in me and dies shall live.”

    She died because it was her time to go and went knowing as my Dad did that they were both treasured and loved. They remain in my heart, if you like in a type of duality.

    Your words are deep and thoughtful, there is still a lot for me to learn

    Thanks so much Albert for your wisdom.

    • Thank you for sharing your valuable experience here, Pamela.

      In fact, I have never considered duality to be a concept as I have long considered divinity to be no longer a concept but a consciousness.

      I am sure that all of your valuable experiences offer many lessons to ponder.

      I just hope this article does not interfere with the beliefs of others other than as mere reading material, and who knows can make us more sincere in addressing life.

      • Each and every insight is like a diamond, we cant really see the whole picture on this earth completely…
        I would never wish to interfere with anyone’s beliefs…because I know I don’t know everything
        My husband thinks of divinity as being conciousness where as I think of a consciousness that is like having a very loving father.

        However, who would I to say anyone else is wrong when I actually don’t know if they are right and wrong, as long as we hurt no one and do our best, it is all anyone can do.

        • You are really wise, Pamela, and your husband is too.

          I also never intended to blame other people’s beliefs because we are not the owners of the truth. I agree that every insight is a diamond, so let everyone learn from their insights and enjoy the light of their lives as well.

          So, as you said, this is not about right and wrong but about how we exchange perspectives to understand an elephant from all points of view, in Love.

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