Re: Cultivating a Boundless Mind by Ajahn Sucitto
- Hi Antony, Yawares -
Ajahn Sucitto: Instead, we have to connect goodwill to the experience of self and other as it
happens; that is, how I feel about you in the moment.
Doesn't "experience of self" contradict with the not-self perception about the five aggregates (khandhas)?
--- In Buddhaviharas@yahoogroups.com, "antony272b2" <antony272b@...> wrote:
> Instead, we have to connect goodwill to the experience of self and other as it happens; that is, how I feel about you in the moment. Then we bring the intention of goodwill to the uncertainty, or fear or irritation as we experience it. And we're also prepared to be affected: we stay open to what's happening for self and other, without having an answer as to who's right and who's wrong."
> From: Parami: Ways to Cross Life's Floods
> by Ajahn Sucitto (233 page pdf)
> For Free Distribution, as a gift of Dhamma, from Bhikkhu Sucitto and Amaravati Publications
> With metta / Antony.