(5.22) The Universal Mind–from which all things proceed and which is one and indivisible–is the source of all power.
Self is a conduit of Universal Mind, thus, each individual is a representative of this creative potential. Potential becomes power when it is utilized.
(5.23) This power is manifested through the individual; each individual is a channel whereby this power is differentiated in form.
There was once a child of wealthy parents who went traveling on a long journey. While on this journey, the individual suffered from amnesia. Pretty soon all their money ran out and they began to live as a beggar to survive. Without the memory of their inheritance, their options in life were very limited. So it is with each individual who does not recognize the inherent power of Universal mind. This is not a potential that needs to be sought after, because it is already within, this is a potential that needs to be realized.
(5.24) We may connect with this Omniscience by our ability to think, which is our ability to act upon Universal Energy, and what we think is produced or created in the objective world.
The quality of our thought affects how we perceive conditions we encounter. A tenant of non-duality is acceptance of conditions. Acceptance of conditions can only be maintained by a predominant mental attitude that will not judge experience by extremes.
“the janai (wise or knowledgeable one) witnessess whatever phenomena happens to be presently occurring (regarding themselves or the world) without categorizing it as “good” or “bad”, or having attachment to a particular outcome. This is what the spiritual literature calls ‘choice-less awareness.'” ~ Robert Wolfe, Always – Only – One
(3.21) Extremes are designated by distinctive names such as inside and out, top and bottom, light and dark, good and bad.
(3.22) These are not separate entities but parts or aspects of the whole.