Great! Thanks Ground, the rewording appears to me as a right view. Should this view be cultivated, reinforced through mindfulness, in your opinion?ground wrote:Or to phrase it differently: When suffering has ceased there has to be a "mode of operation" in the context of the aggregates' self-presentation as "(complicated) world" having ceased.Sarva wrote:I had to continually keep in mind that I was not looking for an experience which renders us inoperable or comatose, we are all seeking the insight to end suffering and the cause of suffering only. Whilst I have a body I still must feed it and interact with a complicated world.
Or to phrase it differently: By the arising of 'name and form' (feeling, perception, volition, contact, attention & form) the arising of "the world" may be understood.Sarva wrote: By name and form I understand it is the way we see the world around us.
Or to phrase it differently: Through anicca the continuous arising and passing away of the aggregates(' display) can be seen, a continuous arising and passing away that is beyond control by a conceived self.Sarva wrote: Through anicca we can see that no object or any event has permanence, it arises and passes away. Keep a focus on how things end or cease, as this is ‘letting go’ and helps to remove any current ongoing clinging or aversion.