Individuality and connection

We are used to thinking “Me”, “myself” and “I”. Ever since we were born we play this game in which we are a body, with a mind, two eyes, and a soul. We play the role of being separate from everything else. We grew up with the concept “me and everything else”.

But if we recognize we are part of something bigger than ourselves, we are infinite. Becuase there is no separation between you and everything else. And you become aware that you, in fact, are everything.  I am not saying that there aren’t characteristics that are part of our personality, which we use to interact and live in a society. But what I am trying to say is that we all are made of the same matter. The same matter that the chair you are sitting or the tree outside. Pure energy that in this reality, are perceived as different.

The perception of our individuality can limit us, limit us to become what we “think” we are. Limiting the possibilities. Limiting our life by reducing it to an outcome that we imagine and create in our minds. But when we open ourselves to not limit to think of us in a certain way, we let life unfold in unexpected ways. You are more than a body, you are more than the identity you have implanted. You are energy, energy, and more energy, so as everything else.

Getting rid of the concept of individuality expands ourselves to go beyond that, and we acquire the attitude to expand beyond one reality en explore the realm of existence.

Getting rid of the concept of individuality helps us connect with all that it is, the infinity.


After writing this, I found a video on youtube which I wanted to share:  so check it out!  Remember: take what makes sense to you, leave the rest.



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