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Astus wrote:In Sakyapa instructions they use three steps for vipasyana (e.g. here):
Step One: Outer Appearances Are One’s Own Mind
Step Two: Mental Objects Are Illusory
Step Three: Illusions Are Devoid of Inherent Nature
Why is there such distinction? If something is not really out there, it is illusory and without a self-nature. Is this meant to be investigating from different angles rather than separate stages?
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