Dennis, again, you did not acknowledge the words of the Buddha with regards to the idea of rebirth. I provided the "summary" from wiki: "In Buddhism, parinirvana (Sanskrit: परिनिर्वाण parinirvāṇa; Pali: परिनिब्बान parinibbāna; Chinese: 般涅槃, bō niè pán) is the final nirvana, which occurs upon the death of the body of someone who has attained complete awakening (bodhi). It implies a release from the bhavachakra, Saṃsāra, karma and rebirth as well as the dissolution of the skandhas."
The parinirvana sutra in its entirety:http://www.abuddhistlibrary.com/Buddhis ... 0Sutra.htm
Please note that in the Parinirvana sutra that the Buddha speaks of a limitless body for the one who has overcome birth and death, which is the true realization of one's infinite nature. One cannot practice logic or intuition or any human faculty of the earth [birth and death] if their goal is to be fully realized of their infinite SELF. All these limited things must be transcended if movement without "thinking about
things" is to be known.
You have to sort out your Absolute.
No, as the source, your absolute sorts you [IT] out.
Your absolute is always/already available in any situation and abandoning your absolute defeats you and causes suffering for yourself and misery for others.
You cannot abandon your absolute, for as you say, it is always there. It can, as you, however, be ignorant of its [own] reality.
Worldhood 'fells' you and draws you down into a 'fitting in' mode to get from cradle to grave. It's a handing over of your finest qualities. It's courage forsaken for comfort. It's hiding.
Who are you being?
Am I the possibility of Radiant Mind?
Am I the possibility of Crystal Clear?
Am I the possibility of Logic?
Am I the possibility of Goodness?
Am I the possibility of being 'at cause' and not overwhelmed?
Man cannot be overwhelmed at the Unseen, Unknown Cause because thoughts are his life.
No man can say what Source is absolutely objectively, using his sentient mind, but every man can interpret what Source means to him using his spiritual mind. There is no other way to transcend one's limited, causal body so as to realize one's limitless body, except to give his 'walk of' earthly-caused transcendence life.
Am I the possibility of Unshakeable Conviction in the possibility that the good in people is contactable and ought to be contacted?
Am I the possibility of Grace/ Light Touch?
Am I the possibility of Listening for the broken algebra that causes the breakdown?
Am I 'on the way'?
Am I the possibility that 'it got sorted' and there's no looking back?
Am I available?
Am I graceful movement in the fullness of peace?
Am I the possibility of showing up as my finest?
Am I the possibility of getting off track and getting back on it?
These are beneficial questions to ask when one is caught up in their human mind of seeking an imaginary starting point of consciousness, a cause, but to the one who loves the infinity, the absolute of themselves, the concept of possibility and cause is thrown away.
Ego consciousness stretches out to the farthest region of hell, which is to ignorantly take and possess and maim and kill that which it already is, infinite form. This is the rapist of which Kunga spoke. Such an act is ignorance personified, unawakened movement of I AM. Wisdom consciousness [the Christ, Buddhahood] reconciles this stretching outward back to its Source, the "detoxing of humanism."