Non-duality: the insights & pitfalls of 4 years

Non-duality is not a meal you can eat in one sitting. I recount the various insights and pitfalls in my personal journey, and a profound realisation it has led me to after four years of thinking deeply about consciousness, the universe, time, and the Infinite.

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3 thoughts on “Non-duality: the insights & pitfalls of 4 years

  1. Kal says:

    Hey Darryl,

    I liked this video. Lost me on a few parts but will watch the video through a few times. The parts I did understand were high quality like your video titled “A Deeper Look at Time and Eternity”. I think that may be a good video to refresh myself with. Maybe it will help me catch on with the ideas in this video. I do have some thoughts and questions I will ask in a later comment. Thanks for sharing, much appreciated.

    Kal

  2. Kal says:

    Darryl,
    I’m struggling to grasp something here:
    “Only through duality, does non-duality become anything at all”. Suggesting that duality is born out of non-duality. In this case, non-duality does not encompass all potential existence because it requires a new thing (duality) to be born, in order to become anything at all. For non_duality to truly encompass everything, duality could not be born out of something that is complete. I guess what I am thinking is that non-duality is not complete if new things are being born from it. If non-duality was complete, duality would have to already exist, which does not make sense. So my question to you is: Am I thinking about non-duality in the wrong way by associating the idea of “Complete/still”, with non-duality/infinite? Because it cannot truly be complete if it requires a new thing to be born in order to become anything at all.

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