9339Re: Testimony is proof, is your testimony going to prove otherwise?
- Nov 1 10:49 AM--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mark" <parashakti108@y...> wrote:
>I wouldn't call it a 'trick' but I see no reason why it can't come
> --bestonnet_00 wrote:
> >B: I don't see what difference that should make or why
> >consciousness should require that the spiritual exist.
> -M: OK. Some people think that consciousness is a trick of matter -
> I respond by asking "Who is being tricked?"
entirely from matter and the interactions between the neurons in the
> >B: But what is maximum sustainable happiness?Many Christians are happy and manage to stay that way their entire life.
> -M: In by tradition, we call this moksha or liberation. This is the
> eliminaton of the impure ego, allowing one's loving natural divinity
> and bliss to shine forth.
> >B: If a person constantly has delusions that they are part of
> something bigger and are very important they could become quite
> happy without needing an 'authentic' spiritual experience.
> -M: My experience is that delusions don't lead to sustainable
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