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  • Aware-Robot@yahoogroups.com
    Mirrors! So we have a bit of a dilemma here, the seeker comes here to seek enlightenment, but what he or she encounters are liars. They believe in the lies,
    Message 1 of 166 , Jan 23, 2011
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      Mirrors!
       
       
      So we have a bit of a dilemma here, 
       
      the seeker comes here to seek enlightenment, 
      but what he or she encounters are liars.
       
       
      They believe in the lies, because they are pretty, 
      nirvana sounds great, I admit, 
      but it's after all an illusion.
       
      Our nondual seekers, believe in the lie, 
      and even worse, they tell others.
       
      A viscious circle indeed.
       
       
      I'm just here visiting every now and than, 
      hope you don't mind me 
      telling you that you are right, 
      Nirvana is a lie, 
      there is no such thing as nirvana, 
      there are realizations, 
      there is enblindenment, 
      there is even enlightenment, 
      but there is no nirvana.
       
      All there is is a mirror, 
      a transparent, pretty black mirror, 
      in which the self sees the self, 
      talk to this mirror if you seek wisdom, 
      the mirror was here long before nonduality, 
      talk to this mirror and it will tell you, 
      that you really are a mirror.
      And that all the creatures are your reflections.
       
      So when you die, you cease to exist, 
      but your reflections do not, 
      and because you really are a mirror, 
      you simply turn into all your reflections, 
       
      that's simple mirrorsophy.
       
      taught by our great nondual master F. Nietzsche.
       
      So before you turn into nothingness, 
      look at all the people you become, 
      than go and return, as all these people.
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      This is just brainstorming, 
      no need to read or even respond.
       
      They tell him that there is no ego and all that.And it's quite true, the ego, 
      that which is spelling these words, is a nonexistent entity, but it has an 
      existent body, a body different from all others, while the ego, is in all 
      these different bodies always the same mirror. Finally they believe in what 
      they are told, and so they tell others the same. Ok, from time to time, a 
      really smart and witty person [myself] lol, steps into the circle, and takes a 
      quick look, enchanted to see the spiral break. I belong to the rare creed of 
      persona, who believe in the endless return,  as taught by our nihilistic 
      nondual professor F. Nietzsche. he was smart enough to realize, that after 
      nothingness and death, comes again, this world.So in other words, I accept the 
      fact that there is no nirvana, but that we just return to this world. Endless 
      times. So who am I? Nietzsche's return? The intellect is a mirror. I am a 
      mirror, I did not study nietzsche, I studied my mirror, and interestingly 
      enough, we both came to the same conclusion, that we are mirrors, that 
      everyone is.
       
       
       
       
       
       
      
      
       
      
       
      
      Why in the world would a self realized person enter nirvana, 
      
      while the liar does not?
      
      
      
      What's the difference between nirvana and this world?
      
      
      
      In ego terms, what's the difference between the self realized liar and yourself?
       
      After all we're speaking about illusions here, 
      the seeker has the illusion of seeking enlightenment, 
      and liberation from suffering.
       
      The self realized suffers from the illusion of being liberated 
      from reincarnations ...
       
      The mind is a mirror, it comes straight from nirvana, 
      wherever that is, each individual persona has been to nirvana, 
      endless times. 
       
       
       
      And why do we always return here, to this world,
       
       
       
       
      because this world, is our nirvana.
      
      
      
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
       
      
      

       

       

    • Aware-Robot@yahoogroups.com
      Mirrors! So we have a bit of a dilemma here, the seeker comes here to seek enlightenment, but what he or she encounters are liars. They believe in the lies,
      Message 166 of 166 , Apr 13 1:34 AM
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        Mirrors!
         
         
        So we have a bit of a dilemma here, 
         
        the seeker comes here to seek enlightenment, 
        but what he or she encounters are liars.
         
         
        They believe in the lies, because they are pretty, 
        nirvana sounds great, I admit, 
        but it's after all an illusion.
         
        Our nondual seekers, believe in the lie, 
        and even worse, they tell others.
         
        A viscious circle indeed.
         
         
        I'm just here visiting every now and than, 
        hope you don't mind me 
        telling you that you are right, 
        Nirvana is a lie, 
        there is no such thing as nirvana, 
        there are realizations, 
        there is enblindenment, 
        there is even enlightenment, 
        but there is no nirvana.
         
        All there is is a mirror, 
        a transparent, pretty black mirror, 
        in which the self sees the self, 
        talk to this mirror if you seek wisdom, 
        the mirror was here long before nonduality, 
        talk to this mirror and it will tell you, 
        that you really are a mirror.
        And that all the creatures are your reflections.
         
        So when you die, you cease to exist, 
        but your reflections do not, 
        and because you really are a mirror, 
        you simply turn into all your reflections, 
         
        that's simple mirrorsophy.
         
        taught by our great nondual master F. Nietzsche.
         
        So before you turn into nothingness, 
        look at all the people you become, 
        than go and return, as all these people.
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
        This is just brainstorming, 
        no need to read or even respond.
         
        They tell him that there is no ego and all that.And it's quite true, the ego, 
        that which is spelling these words, is a nonexistent entity, but it has an 
        existent body, a body different from all others, while the ego, is in all 
        these different bodies always the same mirror. Finally they believe in what 
        they are told, and so they tell others the same. Ok, from time to time, a 
        really smart and witty person [myself] lol, steps into the circle, and takes a 
        quick look, enchanted to see the spiral break. I belong to the rare creed of 
        persona, who believe in the endless return,  as taught by our nihilistic 
        nondual professor F. Nietzsche. he was smart enough to realize, that after 
        nothingness and death, comes again, this world.So in other words, I accept the 
        fact that there is no nirvana, but that we just return to this world. Endless 
        times. So who am I? Nietzsche's return? The intellect is a mirror. I am a 
        mirror, I did not study nietzsche, I studied my mirror, and interestingly 
        enough, we both came to the same conclusion, that we are mirrors, that 
        everyone is.
         
         
         
         
         
         
        
        
         
        
         
        
        Why in the world would a self realized person enter nirvana, 
        
        while the liar does not?
        
        
        
        What's the difference between nirvana and this world?
        
        
        
        In ego terms, what's the difference between the self realized liar and yourself?
         
        After all we're speaking about illusions here, 
        the seeker has the illusion of seeking enlightenment, 
        and liberation from suffering.
         
        The self realized suffers from the illusion of being liberated 
        from reincarnations ...
         
        The mind is a mirror, it comes straight from nirvana, 
        wherever that is, each individual persona has been to nirvana, 
        endless times. 
         
         
         
        And why do we always return here, to this world,
         
         
         
         
        because this world, is our nirvana.
        
        
        
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
         
        
        

         

         

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