Mariusz wrote:Because it does not work as "the Path" for you. You need the Path until you are a sentient being whatever exactly your "the seeming" is, no more no less. It is not the "fault" of a Buddha you have not been the "self-liberated" yet.
If your the seeming would be more "undeceived" you will be able the see a Buddha who is talking to you, using words, concepts etc like during conversations with bodhisattvas, arhats.... When the collapse all the seeming you will be a buddha when there is no more any division, reference points like conceptual or non-conceptual.
Right, but I'm talking from the point of view of a Buddha, not from the point of view of I "the sentient being."
If a Buddha talks to a sentient being (defined as a person who has not perceived paramatha satya
), she must talk in the language of that sentient being. Correct?
Why would she do that? From the Mahayana point of view, out karuna
: that is what a Buddha does; she liberates sentient beings.
The moment she talks to that sentient being, in the language of that sentient being, she is involved in the conventions of language and concept.
Therefore, how can it be asserted that conventional phenomena disappear upon apprehension of the ultimate?