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April 18, 2010

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See a picture of what 'buddhism' sells. Muahahaha Tee-hee.


http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z23/Gooey_GUI/nothing.jpg

The self is transcendent. A Vedanta guru sayed to his disciple:" I teach you but you do not understand. Silence is the Atman."

Meister Eckhart writes:"The eternal word becomes only loud in silence"

You should read Georg Grimm(I assume you have). He formulated the "Great Syllogism":

1. What I recognize in myself that decays and therefore [...] bring suffering to me cannot be my Self(Wesen)

2. Now I see everything recognizable decaying and bring suffering to me

3.Therefore nothing recognizable is my Self (Wesen)

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