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  • Re: Mind 101

    (Quote) We do it because we have the desire to be occupied at all times. What we are occupied with may or may not be important but we do it just the same. We can't be alone with ourselves, which i… ((more))
    personShoshin
  • Re: How to Chill?

    Nature has conditioned us in a certain manner - fearful, anxious, etc. (because the environment at that time required us to be so). We now need to recondition ourselves, which is what the noble pa… ((more))
    BunksShoshinpersonSnakeskin
  • Re: Enlightenment

    (Quote) I am using the word in a Buddhist context only, what the Buddha attained. This, I feel, is something that happens rather than something you do. Why? Because many conditions may have to com… ((more))
    lobsterSnakeskin
  • Re: There is no such thing as truth?

    (Quote) I can't say it's true. Can't say it's not. Can't say it's both, can't say it's neither. It is not all of the above, nor is it none of the above. See, I just became the Nagarjuna of Naga… ((more))
    personShoshinTosh
  • Impermanence, DO, etc.

    In Buddhism, there is no such thing as permanence. No entity has an independent existence. Even ideas evolve over a period of time. What we think or feel changes over time. In this contex… ((more))
    SnakeskinDavidJaySon