White Lotus wrote::namaste: When the buddha became enlightened. did he see all beings as equally enlightened to himself. What does the scripture say about this?
i wonder if the Old Rice Bag could compassionately inform me on this from scripture.
best wishes, White Lotus. x
I see that all living beings have the virtuous qualities of the Tathagata's wisdom, yet due to conceptualizing the unreal and grasping, they are unable to realize it.
White Lotus wrote:I see that all living beings have the virtuous qualities of the Tathagata's wisdom, yet due to conceptualizing the unreal and grasping, they are unable to realize it.
what is conceptualizing the unreal and grasping? how could such natural events have any effect whasoever upon ones field of merit. why realize what we already have?
my line of thinking at the moment is very much that everyone is a buddha. i would love some scripture that may support such a notion. realizing that there is no enlightenment i could then rest at ease that everyone is going to be alright and that everyone is doing just fine, just as they are! and realzing that there is no enlightenment would then be to me perfective enlightenment.
Phenomena have always been in a state of pacification, but that doesn't mean that we have realized that fact.
But, because beings are deluded, what they are doing is really not fine, they are just continuing on in samsara.
White Lotus wrote:i really dont know what i am talking about,
but its fun anyway.
all these are caused by me to attain unbounded liberation Nirvana
Buddha Said "all beings are already enlightened"
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