Duality Imprisons our Minds

Have you noticed that the tensions in our world are often rooted in just two choices? Right/wrong, male/female, black/white, political left/right, and the list goes on.

Our minds in this dimension are encouraged and trained to believe in just two, and they are often pitted against each other. But, how can there be only two, in a universe that is infinite? All of the shades of gray, and the colors too, exist in a place that is far beyond what our socially programmed minds can easily perceive.

We are capable of critical thinking when we so choose. But, we are so bombarded with information (and much of it designed to buy our minds!), that we often decide to just “go with the flow”, with the requisite A or B. But wait! Going with the flow is not always in our best interest, when it means signing on to consensual reality without question.

Do you know where the truth really exists? It is in our hearts and our higher knowing, when we get out of our heads. There resides the true wisdom, which will allow us to find our way out of this destructive duality mind trap. It is tearing humanity apart.

Inspirational Quotes:

“In a perfect world everything would be either black or white, right or wrong, and everyone would know the difference. But this isn’t a perfect world. The problem is people who think it is.” ~ Neal Shusterman

“There’s so much gray to every story, nothing is so black and white.” ~ Lisa Ling

“I saw the world in black and white instead of the vibrant colours and shades I knew existed.” ~ Katie McGarry

“There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” ~ William Shakespeare, Hamlet

“You want to believe in black and white, good and evil, heroes that are truly heroic, villains that are just plain bad, but I’ve learned in the past year that things are rarely so simple. The good guys can do some truly awful things, and the bad guys can sometimes surprise the heck out of you.” ~ Karen Marie Moning


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Duality Imprisons our Minds © Susan L Hart 2019