35007Re: what I heard, Q. no 2.
- Aug 1, 2004Hi RobertK,
> Is there a method by which sati can be aware of realitiesI do not understand why Sujin says that there is no method that can be
> appearing through the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body and mind? How
> can sati arise fast enough in order to be aware of the present
> Sujin: There is no method which can be followed, but at this moment
> realities are appearing already.
followed. I don't remember any sutta where the Buddha says that there
is no method that can be followed to attain enlightenment. It is
> Are you saying that the quote from Khun sujin suggests she is theI feel somewhat that way.
> one who is fulfilling the peg sutta?
I think Sujin over-emphasises on momentary sati. And I think her level
of sati is more on the conceptual side. She thinks that by having more
intellectual understanding of "ultimate realities", her sati is
notched up by another level, which I think is kind of self-deluding.
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