"Becoming" Buddha

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kalden yungdrung
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"Becoming" Buddha

Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:28 pm

Tashi delek,

There arose a question, namely if we become a Buddha by a certain path, would that then be irreversible ?
I am putting this question up because our actual deviated state.

Question:
- Do you think that " becoming " Buddha would be or result in never again wandering in Samsara as a dualistic being with karma, illusion and suffering ?
- Why do you think that or are convinced about it, or not?
- Or do you think that it is in the endless time an automatic event, the descent into the 6 realms, or isn't it?
- Then you are maybe convinced that the 6 realms cannot be emptied? Why?
- Or maybe do are you convinced that Samsara can be emptied? Why do you think so?

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Re: "Becoming" Buddha

Post by booker » Fri Jul 29, 2011 3:31 pm

Do you think it's worth to seek answers for these mate?
"Be Buddhist or be Buddha"

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Re: "Becoming" Buddha

Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:13 pm

booker wrote:Do you think it's worth to seek answers for these mate?

Tashi delek,

Thanks for your reply.

It is worth to have questions and answers / dialogue, regarding the topic.
But if you are not so convinced about the importance of this topic, it must have a certain reason.

I heard once that the status of the "becoming Buddha" would be a final State, without a returning.
In that way Samsara could be emptied of course.
Ultimately would that mean that everybody would return to home for ever..........

Also did i hear over the Bodhisattva / Yungdrung Sempa view that Samsara would be never emptied
That means that the deviation or "error" will endure timeless.


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