One-mindedness

The heavenly state of knowledge. The word "One" implies that there is no split mind and no separation, no distinction between subject and object (see perception), and no opposite. One-mindedness is reached through right-mindedness, yet is also beyond it. For right-mindedness corrects or overlooks wrong-mindedness, which never happened. This makes it both inherently dual (not one) and ultimately illusory. See C-1.6.

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