Dienstag, 21. Februar 2017

21.02.2017 - "Bardo"3 and Buddhism and point of view etc...

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26.01.1998 - Interpretation of dali48

Falling asleep is comparable to the "bardo" of dying - dreaming resembles the "bardo" of becoming, the intermediate state - in the dream we have an extremely mobile "spirit body" experiencing all the experiences of dream life - between these 2 "bardos", there is still the "Bardo of the Dharmata", a special state of luminosity or clear light...

Yesterday you can not live, at most in the imagination, but then it is not real - It is dead. You can not bring it back to life. You can not turn back the time. What is past is over forever - The morning is not there, and it will never be there. It never comes - that is in its nature. It is always on the way - but it never comes. It's just a hope that never happens... (Osho)

We humans look very much like us, but we perceive things very differently - and we all live in our respective, very unique, independent and personal world... (S. Rinpoche)

In Buddhism, 6 areas of existence are distinguished:
the worlds of the gods, demigods, humans, animals, hunger spirits and hell creatures...

They are all the result of the 6 central, negative emotions:
pride, jealousy, desire, ignorance, greed and hate...

We are so arrogant that we only believe what we see - but the Buddhist teachings speak of countless worlds in different dimensions...

How, then, can we make serious definitive statements about what exists beyond the boundaries of our limited view and what is not? - It would be a real miracle, however, if someone could free even a single negative feeling... (T. Sogyal, Tibetan mystic)

In these times of violence and decay, a spiritual point of view - is not an elitist luxury, but simply a necessity for our survival...


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