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    The following in bold is confusing. Please explain it more easily. What do the two "whichs" refer to?

    Synchronicity is normal once you remove the obstacles that block it. Today you can do that by divesting yourself of labels. When you say "I am X," you are labeling yourself. The more strongly you identify with any label, the more closed off you will be. You will miss all kinds of experiences that fall into the category of "not me," which in reality are just not your label, which is a very different thing. In the absence of labels, you will be much more comfortable with everyone and everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    The following in bold is confusing. Please explain it more easily. What do the two "whichs" refer to?

    Synchronicity is normal once you remove the obstacles that block it. Today you can do that by divesting yourself of labels. When you say "I am X," you are labeling yourself. The more strongly you identify with any label, the more closed off you will be. You will miss all kinds of experiences that fall into the category of "not me," which in reality are just not your label, which is a very different thing. In the absence of labels, you will be much more comfortable with everyone and everything.

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    "Which" 1 refers to "all kinds of experiences"
    "Which" 2 refers to "your label".

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    Thank you for the answer.

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