Meditation on Love will not break you out of Samsara

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Re: Meditation on Love will not break you out of Samsara

Postby muni » Sat Mar 23, 2013 10:16 am

oushi wrote:
purestsoul wrote:To get out of the cycle of samsara of rebirth and death, one has to eliminate all traces of emotions from one being, no love no hate no thoughts absolutely nothingness.

And it is done through love.


If not internet dharma can be sold through dividing pain in war as well and it will be great sounding.

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“Sentient beings, self and others, enemies and dear ones—all are made by thoughts. It is like seeing a rope and mistaking it for a snake. When we think that the rope is a snake, we are scared, but once we see that we are looking at a rope, our fear dissipates. We have been deluded by our thoughts. Likewise, mentally fabricating self and others, we generate attachment and aversion.” ~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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Re: Meditation on Love will not break you out of Samsara

Postby muni » Sat Mar 23, 2013 6:26 pm

muni wrote:
oushi wrote:
purestsoul wrote:To get out of the cycle of samsara of rebirth and death, one has to eliminate all traces of emotions from one being, no love no hate no thoughts absolutely nothingness.

And it is done through love.


If not internet dharma can be sold through dividing pain in war as well and it will be great sounding.

:group: :heart:


Translation: Not without genuine love/compassion, or by merely dharma words used through grasping samsara.

Not sure this is more clear. :smile:
“Sentient beings, self and others, enemies and dear ones—all are made by thoughts. It is like seeing a rope and mistaking it for a snake. When we think that the rope is a snake, we are scared, but once we see that we are looking at a rope, our fear dissipates. We have been deluded by our thoughts. Likewise, mentally fabricating self and others, we generate attachment and aversion.” ~Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche
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