KonchokZoepa wrote:well if everything that exists, why do you ask a question that '' can you give birth to mind'' why with that logic that you just explained why dont you ask '' can you give birth to reality ''
My question about the capability to give birth to the mind was a response, and it should be see in the specific context. If unborn mind is liberated, then deluded mins should be born. Thus I asked, can you give birth to mind? The answer is no, so liberation is not dependent on being born or unborn.
KonchokZoepa wrote:and i dont understand what you mean by '' unreal '' things do not exist ? like what ? what do you mean ? what are unreal things ?
Of course you don't understand what unreal means, and it is precisely what I was pointing to. There are no unreal things. Thus, to say this is real, and this is unreal, is false.
KonchokZoepa wrote:well with that logic, liberation cant be found in the non existence of limitations, meaning the opposite of limitation, i thought that buddha thaught the middle way, so maybe it is there.
Boundaries are used to distinguish things. "This is me", "that is chair"... From the boundless reality, distinct entities emerge.
KonchokZoepa wrote:seems to me also that you are trying to widen and liberate your conceptual framework. as to liberate it. which i see works to some degree.
Liberation is here, it does not need to be created, but perceived. Therefore, all concepts needs to be liberated. But this story has a surprise, and it is the answer to my question. I don't see it being revealed anytime soon, and the topic will probably die earlier. So, this thing that poses all the characteristics of liberation, can freely take forms, and is not bound to any specific form, is... the mind. Mind is the Buddha.