SeekerOfWisdom wrote:.... matter is the stuff of dream and exists only in sensual perception.
SeekerOfWisdom wrote: Recognize your own divine experience. Currently you are caught in dogmatic scientific view points, most of which you have never researched yourself, most of which you don't even have the time to properly understand.
If you don't understand this truth, or disagree with it, you are wrong instantly. Or at least should not be on a forum for enlightenment as you disagree with the fundamental enlightened understanding of ultimate reality, as described by one of the most famed enlightened ones, the Buddha Gautama.
SeekerOfWisdom wrote:And I am aware how high level the Buddha's philosophy was, he went even as far to say that there is no experience of the feelings, just the feelings themselves. .... Existing only in the process of becoming these feelings.
Diebert van Rhijn wrote:SeekerOfWisdom wrote:.... matter is the stuff of dream and exists only in sensual perception.
It doesn't even "exist in there". If you'd study Buddhism a bit closer you'll see that Buddha meant with "real" the idea of inherent existence, some essence which rose from nothingness, something unique and personal to being, something separated of a self. So this is about the notion of assigning "reality" to anything, to have faulty concepts of things existing as itself. Suffering is that ignorance.
SeekerOfWisdom wrote:There is no self, only thought, sight, hearing, sense, the arising and passing away of sense forms. Hence, since there is nothing for us but the flow of these sense forms, what "we" are flows in parallel with them, becomes them. "Formless", "like water".
SeekerOfWisdom wrote:Although, the blessed one did exactly outline that "reality is but an illusion", " the world is like a dream or miraculous image projected".... what he was doing when he was saying this is describing exactly what I mean when I say the world is an illusion like a dream. It can't very well be described in words, as you know, but you can see it right now,just as I can, so we are actually in agreement on this subject.
Then the senses, the feelings, are dependent on the existence of a feeler/sensor.SeekerOfWisdom wrote:The sensation doesn't exist at all if it is not sensed.
If you're having trouble discerning your sanity on your own, then your understanding of the nature of consciousness isn't as accurate as you think it is.The only thing stopping me from following these understandings is because I need a hive mind, when you have these kind of understandings it is very unclear whether you are crazy or not, hence the need for minds to bounce off.
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