“The great illusion.”


One of the great illusion is hidden in what is most ignored and justified in today’s our world of the mind. It’s like if someone hurts us, we have right to hurt them as much as they hurt us, and so it heals us, or at least, it settles our hopeless feelings.

It is the great illusion.

It’s just revenge that is supported by the ego. And there are various forms of the justified revenge. For instance, we continue to insist on how bad the other person is (which means that we also impliedly insist on how good people we are at the same time), make a sarcastic remark about them, punish them in a legitimate or unjust way, get the people around us on our side and corner the other person psychologically, and so on.

Can we clearly see how crazy these things are?

First of all, there is no truth in the world of good or bad judgment of the mind. No matter how fair our minds try to make a judgment, it’s all based comparison. They all are supported only by our limited values. In fact, the judgment can also often change in opposite easily by knowing the circumstances of the other person.

Moreover, from a higher dimension, it is that an event only occurs, always transcends far beyond good or bad, and all is just an opportunity for us to be led to some more profound truth if we could open our hearts.

Nevertheless, we continue to identify with the egos by continuing to be obsessed about our wounds. However, when this is someone else’s business, we can distance ourselves from such identification with the ego very easily.

What is the difference between them?

It’s easy for anyone to distance ourselves from our ego when we’re calm. In other words, when something in the current event touches on some of our old wounds, we tend to easily identify with our egos.


After understanding such ego’s strong power of pullback to the past, what we need to distance ourselves from identifying ourselves with the ego and to continue our own observation is to continue to connect with the innermost silence, and to be based and live on the true wisdom that comes only from the innermost silence.

That’s why we’ve been recommending meditating as if we were breathing.

Meditation is one of the ways for anyone to recognize the tendency of the ego and to distance ourselves from identifying ourselves with the ego by connecting with the innermost silence.


If we can distance ourselves from identification ourselves with the ego, no one in this world will seek revenge or live in the great illusion. Even though we might have time to be overwhelmed by feelings that have nowhere to go. 🙏✨🌈


Author: absolute_spirit_with_you

Motivational speaker, Spiritual messenger, Philosopher. The truth I found is that it's only me to accept. I, not I, am the only one who exists in the infinite universe. It's only now and here.

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