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This morning I went to the beach for a swim and some vitamin D intake (I go most free mornings, if the weather's good)…The community I live in is pretty laid back, lots of alternative lifestylers, so the beach of choice is a swimsuit free option beach, where most beach goers are the “full Monty” naked, others prefer to wear swimsuits or part there of...(I opt for the former ie. Birthday suit) I don’t see anything immoral about going naked or seeing other naked bodies (Seen one seen them all)...Besides "Form is Emptiness...Emptiness is Form"
I understand that it is not appropriate for monks and nuns to go the full monty...But does it apply to the lay practitioner as well ?
If this is the case then I guess some Jain must have slipped into my practice...
Are you comfortable with your body and being naked amongst other naked people... ?
Do you think that it's inappropriate for a practicing Buddhist (lay-person) to skinny dip ? (Immoral)
Or do you think that issues such as nudity are of no importance to the lay practitioner ? “Each to their own”