19. The changes that seem to take place in emptiness

The changes that seem to take place in emptiness
are illusory perceptions created by ignorance.

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Our perception of reality is illusory, When at most they are relative perceptions. In Buddhism this error of perception is called ignorance.. This ignorance is not caused by not having studied, read or thought intellectually enough. It is caused by an error of focus of attention that creates illusions and attributes absolute reality to those illusions.. This way of perceiving is the origin of suffering, of samsara. [1]In Buddhism it corresponds to suffering, of the material world, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara… Continue reading

that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, change is an illusion and we all live trapped in this collective illusion, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara. that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara.

that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara, that human beings are the only reborn beings within the Six realms of samsara. Don't try to understand this, sit in zazen in the right attitude and the door of the Buddha's house will open wide for you. Master Dogen in the Shôbogenzô Bendowa [2]204738 {204738:B7UMYIBG} items 1 apa default asc https://daizansoriano.com/wp-content/plugins/zotpress/… Continue readingexpresses it like this:

if we abandon, if we forget the body and the spirit,

we can enter the house of the Buddha.

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