Koji wrote: Ayu wrote:
Koji wrote:How does emptiness lead to the perfection of wisdom?
of Emptyness is the wisdom that dissolves the ignorance which is the cause of the paticcasamuppada.
"Ignorance" means the believe in a real independent self of the person and a self of all the other phenomenons. It means to take the world for real and solid is ignorance.
Didn't Nagarjuna say that emptiness was about abolishing all conceptions? I have been reflecting on this a lot.
I can see where maybe wisdom comes in. A high being like Nagarjuna can distinguish conceptions from non-conceptual true reality. Anyway thanks.
You're right. I am also just chewing on this.
It is very difficult for me, but the more i think about Nagarjunas saying, it seems to be a genuine lecture. It is like a handrail so we don't get lost in wrong conceptions - or in any conceptions.
And it makes clear: emptyness cannot be realized on a discussion-board but on the meditation-seat.
Better statements maybe in two years.
Metta, Karuna, Mudita, Upekha
*** May these efforts be helpful.
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