'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by Malcolm » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:27 pm

muni wrote:There is nothing to undo, nothing to transform in the nonseparation of samsara or nirvana; all arises, subsides in itself. There is no samsara to undo or nirvana to reach.

Easy to say...
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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by muni » Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:40 pm

Namdrol wrote:
muni wrote:There is nothing to undo, nothing to transform in the nonseparation of samsara or nirvana; all arises, subsides in itself. There is no samsara to undo or nirvana to reach.

Easy to say...
Difference Dzogchen - Vajrayana. Easy saying words about.

Integration.
Buddha said all is empty like my brain.
Let’s make a selfie!

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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by Malcolm » Sun Aug 21, 2011 4:10 pm

muni wrote:
Integration.
Also easy to say, hard to do, as long as one is under the influence of afflictions.
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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by muni » Sun Aug 21, 2011 4:15 pm

Namdrol wrote:
muni wrote:
Integration.
Also easy to say, hard to do, as long as one is under the influence of afflictions.
It is very hard to do. As sem want to do something.
Going through hardship is often great teaching, as one get opportunity to see what the master's meaning, sees when mind painfully grasps to object.
Many disturbations, are one by one teachings. As mind in smoothly being feels no need enough "to listen to the master".
Buddha said all is empty like my brain.
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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by muni » Mon Aug 22, 2011 6:24 pm

Namdrol wrote:[

as long as one is under the influence of afflictions.
Guru Rinpoche his advice/instruction to lady of Cho Kro (lady with poisonous emotions).
Buddha said all is empty like my brain.
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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by White Lotus » Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:35 pm

integration...
integrating awareness of the moment, which is emptiness.
integrating awareness of the self, which is emptiness.
integrating awareness of forms, which is emptiness.
integrating words and speach, all dharma (teaching), which is emptiness.
integrating rigpa, which is emptiness.
all these things are not one nor many and yet are one and many, emptiness. nothing besides.

when realised there is nothing to realise, youve always had it in this normal awarness of things within and things without. no within, no without, only emptiness.

easy to say, hard to arrive at. when arrived at... ive always had it!

best wishes, Tom.
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Re: 'Non-duality' and 'neutrality'

Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Sep 02, 2011 3:01 pm

White Lotus wrote:integration...
integrating awareness of the moment, which is emptiness.
Please explain if possible
integrating awareness of the self, which is emptiness.
Please explain if possible
integrating awareness of forms, which is emptiness.
Please explain if possible
integrating words and speach, all dharma (teaching), which is emptiness.
Please explain if possible
integrating rigpa, which is emptiness.
Please explain if possible
all these things are not one nor many and yet are one and many, emptiness. nothing besides.
Please explain if possible

when realised there is nothing to realise, youve always had it in this normal awarness of things within and things without. no within, no without, only emptiness.
Please explain if possible

easy to say, hard to arrive at. when arrived at... ive always had it!
Please explain if possible

best wishes, Tom.

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