Okay, but sometimes, it is necessary for this unconditional one to pop in just to check out what condition it's unconditional is in.
As I suspect. There is only a mystery because you don't know what you are taking about.Dontaskme wrote: ↑Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:52 amNo one really knows what they are talking about, language is completely made up by no one. There is here only concepts, and a concept can only point to another concept.Hobbes' Choice wrote: ↑Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:24 amThe only reason you consider it to be a mystery is because you don't know what you are talking about.
Please define "reality".
The word ''Reality'' according to it's made-up imagined meaning is defined as that which appears to be Real.
It's no mystery that we are here. But that's as far as that can go. Nothing else can be known. We are and that's it. This is it. Is anything known about This here-ness? ... This IS-ness?.....
How can any concept be defined anyway?...concepts can't be defined. . . who would define a concept but another concept. This defining goes nowhere.
What is real?
Nothing knows what is real. Real is just a made up word.
The 'Oneness' of which the sages speak is forever unavailable to the thinking mind...as the mind is not separate from it.
There is nothing to buy into here. There is only here / being /as a state of awareness. You are that awareness. There's nothing else here separate from that awareness.Gloominary wrote: ↑Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:24 pmI don't wholly buy this whole monism thing.
Are we one thing, or are we many things?
It can be perceived either way, we're neither wholly separate, nor wholly together.
I'm a nondualist in the sense that monism and pluralism are themselves part of a false dichotomy.
One implies the other and what we really have are degrees of both and both in different senses or levels or perception.
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