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Re: Sharing insight
« Reply #15 on: June 29, 2017, 08:55:15 pm »

Look at the four truths in this light:

THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS
1.   Suffering exists in everyone’s life.
[Suffering is prerequisite to removal of suffering]

2. The causes of suffering are greed, anger, and ignorance.
[For every joy you take, there is a price to pay]

3. Nirvana, the extinction of suffering, is possible for everyone.
[For every price you pay, there is a joy – Suffer on Purpose]

4. Nirvana is achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path.
[Compassion and the Suffering Servant]


Suffering is rather caused by clinging. The things you listed - greed, anger, ignorance etc. - are manifested due to craving. How do you eliminate greed, anger, ignorance? By letting go of cravings. So the focus should be on the root cause - craving - and not on symptoms or manifestation of craving.

Untrue.  Mastery is the path to ending suffering.  What you fail to master will master you.  Many think reaching 'Nirvana' is the path to enlightened view, but this is only half.  Those who never try to reach the enlightened view are here in the Triloka clinging.  They also miss the other half.  It's only when you know each side that you suddenly realize that both are Nirvana.  There is no difference.  The Triloka must be mastered, flipping suffering to joy from compassion and service to others.  There is no end to rebirth until both sides are mastered.

What is mastery? How does it lead to end of suffering?

They mystery is our identity.  The end of suffering is the ability to see the answer, which requires our love and compassion for others.  The secret to this is in 1 John 1 in the Bible.  What is God?

Om.

No-self collective Samadhi.

Only half.  What is the other part of the Absolute, required to be all things as well as at rest and unmanifest? 

Time and Space are one.  The day after yesterday is now.  You always have time to forget the past by building the future.  The best way to predict the future is to create it.  When do you begin?  All of time and space for you to grow, develop, cultivate and remake yourself again and again.  Seek, Find and Adaptation.

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Re: Sharing insight
« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2017, 03:30:58 am »

Look at the four truths in this light:

THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS
1.   Suffering exists in everyone’s life.
[Suffering is prerequisite to removal of suffering]

2. The causes of suffering are greed, anger, and ignorance.
[For every joy you take, there is a price to pay]

3. Nirvana, the extinction of suffering, is possible for everyone.
[For every price you pay, there is a joy – Suffer on Purpose]

4. Nirvana is achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path.
[Compassion and the Suffering Servant]


Suffering is rather caused by clinging. The things you listed - greed, anger, ignorance etc. - are manifested due to craving. How do you eliminate greed, anger, ignorance? By letting go of cravings. So the focus should be on the root cause - craving - and not on symptoms or manifestation of craving.

Untrue.  Mastery is the path to ending suffering.  What you fail to master will master you.  Many think reaching 'Nirvana' is the path to enlightened view, but this is only half.  Those who never try to reach the enlightened view are here in the Triloka clinging.  They also miss the other half.  It's only when you know each side that you suddenly realize that both are Nirvana.  There is no difference.  The Triloka must be mastered, flipping suffering to joy from compassion and service to others.  There is no end to rebirth until both sides are mastered.

What is mastery? How does it lead to end of suffering?

They mystery is our identity.  The end of suffering is the ability to see the answer, which requires our love and compassion for others.  The secret to this is in 1 John 1 in the Bible.  What is God?

Om.

No-self collective Samadhi.

Only half.  What is the other part of the Absolute, required to be all things as well as at rest and unmanifest?

Dharma, ground for cosmic law.
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