Duality

As hinted at by the word “dual” within it, duality refers to having two parts, often with opposite meanings, like the duality of good and evil.

How time and space were created. The nature of duality. When people talk about the universe and every dimension. A lot of people at first thought duality was a horrible existence. We then realized nothing could exist without duality. It is a positive and negative charge. Duality asks the question, what can I become? A projection of the self comes out and suddenly you can see yourself from a different perspective. The self in the center split into two creates two forces the purpose and the mission. The outpost is positive and the mission is negative. It’s a cell divided into two and they never stop rotating around the other. Creating different perspectives , different directions. They have to move and when one of them moves the other moves in the opposite direction. They then begin to split into many other waves. Where they see the back of each other. Duality is all about positive and negative energy.

Two forces work through light and putting yourself in the center. The shadow behind you is the perspective of yourself. Darkness and the light are just projections. If you go through light or dark one of those will embrace you and you will be lost in one of those perspectives. The bad energies of the universe are your own shadows saying you are out of your way. The universe is telling you this is not your way.

If there are two sides to a coin, metaphorically speaking there’s duality. Peace and war , love and hate, up and down and black and white are qualities. Another term for a duality is a dichotomy. Duality has technical meanings in psychics and geometry. In Geometry, duality refers to how planes have interchangeable roles in projective geometry. In physics, duality, is the property of matter and electromagnetic radiation. To be understood in the best way through particle theory or wave theory.

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Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

The Goddess Bibles A Memior by Laura Zukerman