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    Default What's your philosophy on dualization?

    It has already been argued that you need to have contact with people who have your SuperID in their Ego for dualization to occur.
    Some believe in self-dualization as the ultimate ambitious search for self-development and some think it is indeed possible.
    Is dualization actually falling in love?
    Please write down everything you know about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megatrop View Post
    It has already been argued that you need to have contact with people who have your SuperID in their Ego for dualization to occur.
    Some believe in self-dualization as the ultimate ambitious search for self-development and some think it is indeed possible.
    Is dualization actually falling in love?
    Please write down everything you know about it.
    The mystic's path is actually a form of psychological dualization.

    Yes, your dual type exists inside you. You don't have to look for it. It's already there.

    It's not so much about falling in love as it is about reunification.

    Some might say that love and union are the same thing.

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    I think of dualization as something alike enlightenment, faith, that kind of vague mystical stuff. I like to think about it around the fool's journey in the tarot: the fool, card no.0 represent the person and each other card is a challenge, a virtue, something to learn in order to grow and reach back into the fool, which is either first or last card, carrying along all the experiences of the journey. It's a personal journey and has nothing to do with dating, it teaches love and compassion both for the self and others, learning to face your strenghts and weaknesses with grace and humility. Finding the inner peaceful strenght that carries you across life both in activity and in inaction, that's quite yin/yang here.
    Of course, you can date along the way if you see fit.

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