I begin with nothingness. Nothingness is the same as fullness. In infinity full is no better than empty.
Nothingness is both empty and full (…)

I speak of it to make a beginning somewhere, and also to free you from the delusion that somewhere, either without or within, there standeth something fixed, or in some way established, from the beginning. Every so-called fixed and certain thing is only relative. That alone is fixed and certain which is subject to change.

C.G. Jung, The Seven Sermons to the Dead


For what is inside of you is what is outside of you.
And the one who molded you on the outside has made an impression of it inside of you.
And that which you see outside of you, you see inside of you.

Thunder  Perfect  Mind

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