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For the Vajra Flame Joyless Realm, the lifespan is until the world sphere gathers in.
Karma Dorje wrote:L'enfer, c'est les autres.
Rather clumsily stated, to the point that I have no idea what you are saying.Salomon wrote:I have never understood people not allowing "others" to experience what should be experienced until they will experience what should be experience, depending of all kind of degree of realizations.
That's right, your experience is just that... your experience. That's right, there is a sense of something there, but what actually is there?My experience/realization now is that I am talking to someone called Greg and he is not me for sure. I can still call myself "I" even if it is not really obvious in my experience, yet there is this sense of personnal being.
And which "stable nature" exactly do you wish to project this "I" onto?This "I" may now more refer to the Mind with its stable nature.
Realising the selfless nature of phenomena is not so difficult. Look at your feelings, perceptions, thoughts, body, emotions, etc... Where is their essence? What is left of the self when you take them all away? Where are you and where am I?Salomon wrote:That's funny that you didn't answered my question, why would I bother answering yours.
If you are not talking from experience, you wouldn't be able to understand where I am and so being of help like you pretend to be here, but I see a different picture.(this refers to the second question)
The Buddhist path is not "my" path.You didn't understand what I said after my question, it is just allowing others to experience their path to what people think as a conclusion like "no self" or "no others".
So what is mind and what is its stable nature?To your last question, the Mind experiencing its stable nature.
It's all about mind for me.