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Philosophy of Nondualism Explained

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Philosophically, I'd have to agree. All things/people/ideas are dependent upon other things/people/ideas, so we can't exist independently without either upsetting a necessary balance in some arena.

Therefore, there is no duality of the absolute and the relative. They become one and the same due to the inherent nature of interconnectedness in all things both spiritual and natural.

There's an overlap, certainly, in some modern religions. If you are Wiccan, this could be one of the tenets of your belief system, as Wicca embraces the idea of essential connections between humans and nature.

The philosophy has its roots in Buddhism, but has cropped up in other belief systems since then.


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