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  One should not imagine oneself to be one with the eye or
independent of it or the owner of it.
The same with ear and all the other senses, including the mind.
Nor should one imagine oneself to be identical with the world or
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Posted on Mar.30.2009 @ 08:39PM EDT by chontri

When one does not know what his Buddha nature is or what it looks like,
but he tries saying something like this:
- Buddha nature knows everything, or
- Buddha nature knows nothing, or
- Buddha nature is like this, or
- Buddha nature is like that, or
- Buddha nature is such, etc...

or when one is not awakened yet, but he tries saying something like this:
- An awakened one knows everything, etc...

All of those types of sayings are just an assumption or presumption, no more no less.

ChonTri 03/30/2009


 



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