oushi wrote:You are not talking about causality, why do you name it this way?
oushi wrote:Causality (also referred to as causation) is the relation between an event (the cause) and a second event (the effect), where the second event is understood as a consequence of the first.-wiki
oushi wrote:How do you differentiate between cause and effect? It's clear that you do not, thus you are not speaking about causality, but rather about one transforming block.
oushi wrote:Why would we want to limit anything?
oushi wrote:You are forced into a position where you have to convince yourself that there is no separation between you and... a chair. You need to find a way to make all things one, while I am seeing allowing as one. Like a crystal ball covered with colorful textures. I am not one with a chair, but acquiescence for me and for the chair is one. This acquiescence I call Liberation, and where do you have liberation in oneness with all phenomena? In allowing all things are liberated, in causality you present, nothing can be liberated. In both there is nothing to be liberated, but still the difference is huge.
praeteritum wrote:A transforming "block" of everything, that is in continuous change, and full of possibilities. Neither limited to one, or many; no thing, or something. The "block" itself, is also not a separation, it is not a thing.
praeteritum wrote:I think I must be missing something. Because this liberation is starting to look to me, a lot like ego. I see the chair and self, as an illusion. An illusion, as a different view or perspective. It exists, and yet doesn't exist.
Simon E. wrote:...
Simon E. wrote:Aha praeteritum! The series of linguistic sleights of hand are become clear to you..
KonchokZoepa wrote:i see your point of view and i dont have anything against it. its valid for me. its been a good conversation allthough i have not read EVERYTHING but most of it.
oushi wrote:I've been always a big fan of causality, so I processed it many times. The best you will get is fatalism, which actually isn't as bad as people picture it, but it has nothing to do with liberation.
However, how does "allowance" change anything?
Simon E. wrote:An extraordinarily reactive and irascible teacher to be sure...
But that's what I think he thinks he is ..
oushi wrote:This great acquiescence is not something I would want to abandon or oppose, as it's great love for every single phenomena.
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