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In Kerome's thread on the supernatural, there's an article linked that includes this quote:
"...phenomena are both one and many. We can’t say there is only one; we can’t say there is more than one. So, we say, ‘not two.'"
Not sure I am grasping this or if it's possible to grasp in everyday mind.
Would this be another way of saying "all is one but all is not one" and if so, wouldn't "not two" be a given? Why a separate phrase?
Or does it mean that since everything has an opposite, dualism appears to exist but actually there is no dualism, so really there's "not two?"
I know this question goes deeper than a forum post might allow but just curious about others' perspectives.