posted on Oct, 20 2013 @ 12:08 AM
Being "neutral" will make a person feel ok about being in this physical prison.
Being at peace with this place may cause pleasant memories whic increases the chances of attachment.
It seems that unconditional hatred/resistance is the only way to truly be IN the world but not OF the world.
From the perspective of Buddhism, or as close as I can understand anyway, incase this helps :
To be skilled at being neutral is to remove attachments to this place. So while you'd be ok being here, that's fine because it's being neutral. You'd
also be equally fine to leave. To add to that, the Buddhist view would also be that hatred and resistance to the world is fuelling one of the
, which is seen as a major problem to have. By having that hatred
you'd be near-constantly creating bad karma. (At the same time, it seems widely accepted that you simply can't meditate properly at all with your mind
in that state either, it needs to be settled.)
As a final thing, I saw that you said in Buddhism this world is simply maya. You can say that's the case, but
is also included in that by most Buddhists as far as I know.
Hope this helps anyway.
edit on 20-10-2013 by robhines because: added