# simultaneity of nonduality

Ian Goddard igoddard at EROLS.COM
Sun Jun 9 16:33:23 CDT 1996

```At 04:25 PM 6/8/96 -0400, M & E Shearn wrote:

> how can I am say this is that and that is not that?
> Iam is both = and ~. Who sees it as such? If you say nobody who says it?
> Nobody can not say something? Too deep for this one.

IAN: There is no distinction, no duality, between body and not-body.
nobody?, if nobody then how can nobody do what somebody can do?.."
is found only in the clearest understanding of what is being said.

Your assuming that I cannot be both somebody and nobody * at the same time. *
So when I say "I am nobody," you assume I am excluding somebody so you
question, "if you are nobody, then who is doing X." Your question is
logical if and only if we assume that A excludes ~A, but it does
not. Your using dualist Aristotelian logic that says A cannot
be both A and ~A at the same time, which is false.

What I see, say, and claim to prove is that I am at once, for example,
(1) a thing, (2) not-thing, (3) all things, and (4) nothing. At no
point in time does stating that I am anyone of these exclude
the fact that I also am all others; in fact, saying I am
(1) implies automatically that I am all the others.

Due to the logical mechanics
of relational identity

I am all solid mass (+) and I am all empty space (-)

therefore I am all space and time

and therefore I am

no thing (0)

This letter > A < is equally dependent upon its internal and external
areas. If a thing is the sum of all those features necessary for its
existence, as internal and external are both necessary for A to be,
the letter A contains and thus IS both internal and external unto
infinity. That is the mechanics of relational identity, which
proves that nonduality is the reality, and that I am at once
a thing, empty space, all things, the whole and nothing.

I hope that seeing the simultaneous unity of opposing features of identity
nobody and somebody. Dualist Western logic perfectly describes the
mechanics of mental illusion. To see the necessary nonduality
of A and ~A, is to see the absolute truth beyond illusion.

Law of Identity: A is A, relative to not-A. A = {A, ~A}

Law of Nonidentity: If there is 100% A, there is 0% A. A = ~A

absolute reality: http://www.erols.com/igoddard/reality.html

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