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    Dec182013

    The Stages of Enlightenment

    The Stages of Enlightenment

    Part #1: [Shamata means stop everything]

    Realize Every Single Thought Which Arises in Your Head

    1A:
    Continue realizing your thoughts, once you realize all your thoughts
    instead of engaging in them emotionally, you start to become less and less emotional

    1B:
    Your thoughts become like a river stream, yet you have no emotional responses what so ever

    1C:
    When the event happens its like a waterfall falling into you, but you are completely seperare from it
    [Also almost devoid of emotional responses.
    Your thought is your thought and your mind is your mind

    1D:
    At this time the waterwall continues, but your is still



    Part #2:
    Visspana
     [Seek and view]:

    Now that your thoughts are empty you begin to look for your true self. [who am I, what I am, where am i], then an answer comes and you go to the
    next stage. Other meditations and techniques.


    Part #3:

    Realize the nature of empty.


    Part#4
    Rezlize what the Buddha nature is.

    Part #5:
    Then you become constantly aware of it at all times.

    Part #6
    Continuious remove and eilimnate human obsqurations and afflictions.

     

    By STBBDUDE

    Reader Comments (1)

    I think a better "Stages for Enlightenment" is the Ox Herding stages of Zen Meditation.

    July 19, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterzen

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