posted on Jul, 14 2009 @ 12:33 AM
reply to post by OmegaPoint
AH OK ... Now I know of where this thread was spawned from.
I haven't read the whole book.
Well first, I can say that I don't agree with Watt in regards to the statement that that losing the ALL Buddha unborn state results in karma.
Second..the joy I speak of is not a feeling... it is the "after" and during experience of state of being that I have in which you would call the
unborn all Buddha state.
Something I may have experienced as a realization but not directly.
OK let say there was ALL(god) there was no void yet. All felt suffering for the first "time" in the realization of oneness. At that point there was
a split ..a duality occurred. "We exist in perfection" there lies the flaw. Bang We now have a linear existence and all the it entails.
Now the joy I speak of is not a feeling but a state of being.
It's independent of any opposite description. It is unique.
It's like being one step away from being unborn all Buddha.
Now to me and my experience is that it exists and there is no"path" to that state but you may serindipiously have realization of it. The realization
remains but you then realize at least "once removed" from that state and twice removed from the unborn all buddha state.
I can't really describe it because it seems layered...unlayered and words can't convey it. It's kinda like representing a twelve or thirteen
dimensional object in three dimensions.
[edit on 14-7-2009 by The Utopian Penguin]