Whole = Part

Since fragmented thought does not partake in the essence of the second state of mind, the latter is experienced as undivided / whole. But at the same time, such a mind frame spontaneously aligns itself with other levels of integration (e.g. the environment / world / universe …). In other words, it becomes a part of a bigger whole. Thus, part and whole are two complementary aspects – two ways of looking at being.

Being is alignment.

Part = Whole


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