This is the heart of your error, and it is at the heart of many who subscribe to nondualism, as if there were some nondual reality. There is not. I see this happen over and over again.fuki wrote: ↑Tue Feb 06, 2018 4:10 pmNo not the same.
Yes, non-duality and the void of own-being of that which arise, is at the heart of his teachings.Do they include Dependant Origination for example?
Dependent origination is rejected by all Advaitans because the logic of dependent origination does not permit one to advance an ontologically meaningful nondualism.
"Nondual" in Mahāyāna means either the absence of outer objects or it means the absence of the basic pair of existence and nonexistence.