Hello TMingyur, Ben, all,
Notes from the Bahiya sutta:
''This is a difficult passage. An explanation of it derived from Comy. would be something like this: ‘’In the seen is merely what is seen’’ without adding one’s own views, opinions, concepts, personal likes and dislikes, etc.: that is, just seeing what is there as it actually is. ‘’You will not be with that,’’ bound by that view, by attraction or repulsion, etc. ‘’You will not be in that’’ situation of being deluded and led astray by views and emotions. ‘’You will be neither here nor beyond nor in between the two’’: neither in this world nor another world. This means the experience of Nibbana or enlightenment, which is a stepping out of the mundane world.''
Note 21, page 196 The Udana and the Itivuttaka - Two Classics from the Pali Cannon. Translated by John D. Ireland.BPS 1997;2007.
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