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"Choice implies uncertainty." (1 min 28 sec)

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Choice arises from a state of uncertainty and duality. When our mind is divided, it feels the need to make choices to navigate a world perceived as fragmented and separate.

    1. "When the mind is clear, choice is unnecessary."

    A clear and awakened mind recognizes the oneness of all existence. In this state of clarity, the need for choice dissolves because there's no longer a sense of separation or conflicting options

    2. "There's only two things to choose between: truth and illusion."

    The fundamental choice we face is between truth - representing the divine and eternalĀ  - and illusion - representing the ego's world of separation and falsehood -. All other choices are ultimately variations of this core choice.

    3. "We can see there's only one thing that exists, so how could choice enter into the picture unless it was made up by the collective ego mind?"

    The belief in choice arises from the ego's perspective, which perceives a world of multiplicity and separation. However, from the standpoint of absolute truth, there is only oneness. Choice, in this sense, is a construct of the ego, designed to maintain the illusion of separateness and reinforce the idea of multiple options.
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