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In the world, all conditioned dharmas are impermanent and at the same time impermanent: impermanent because of transformation through the process of birth, abiding, and disintegration. destroy; No-self because it is not real by itself, what is perceived is only a temporary artificial condition.

This Dharma seal is also called Non-Self, which means that there is no definite substance, eternal and eternal.

In the world, all conditioned dharmas are impermanent and at the same time impermanent: impermanent because of transformation through the process of birth, abiding, and disintegration. destroy; No-self because it is not real by itself, what is perceived is only a temporary artificial condition.

Non-self embraces all conditioned dharmas. Like impermanence, no-self is the ultimate truth of all things and all dharmas. Roughly classified, there are two types of Non-Self:

Human without self: Humans actually have no substance. The so-called human being is only the Five Aggregates (Form, feeling, perception, mental formations and consciousness) that temporarily combine to form existence. Ignorance beings mistakenly believe that human beings have a true nature, so they create afflictions. Until awakening to realize the principle of No-self, then all afflictions and obstacles will be stopped.

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Dharma of no-self: Dharma itself is not real, only causes and conditions come together to manifest and arise. The ignorant mistakenly perceive it to be real, and the awakened person realizes the principle of No-self, then all knowledge and obscurations are eliminated.

The Sino-Vietnamese language often plays as me or ta. This representation is not complete, it only makes sense in Human without self when it refers to the self in humans, it cannot interpret the meaning in the Dharma of no-self when it refers to the self in all things. The philanthropist should pay attention to this word. In Buddhism, the self needs to be understood as the truth, the real, permanent, unchanging reality, whether applied to people or things.

In terms of realization there are two types of Self:

Falling hope is also called Falling. This is the case of the Self of the ignorant, obstinately ignorant person who loves his body and defends his ideas. preserve their possessions such as relatives, houses, money, power… This obstinate delusion is self-grasping, attachment causes trouble, suffering… Good people learn, well know to practice the principle of No. The self will experience that its Self is temporary, is Mu, is not really there.

True self is also called real self, great self. This is the case of the Self of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. This Self is the fork-paramita, also known as Buddha-nature, Tathagata-nature, and Tathagata-store. This ultimate true Self is full of the four virtues of Permanence, Pleasure, Self, and Purity. The temporary and separate false Self of the ignorant has all four bad qualities: Impermanence, Non-pleasure (suffering), No-self, and Impure.

Buddha and sentient beings are the same, have the same self. Cultivation of Buddha is the transformation from the mind of Ignorance sentient beings into the Great Enlightenment mind of the Buddhas, which means:

– Impermanence transforms into Normal,

– Suffering (No Bliss) is transformed into Bliss,

– The ego is transformed into the True Self,

– The impure is transformed into the Pure.

Meeting the four virtues of Permanence, Bliss, Self, and Purity is Great Enlightenment, Great Enlightenment, Liberation, Nirvana, Enlightenment entering Nirvana, the transformation from Hopeless Self into True Self.

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Impermanence and No-self are two dharma seals, though two but one, though one but two. It is one because both dharma seals are transformation from one to another, successive and continuous, both are dependent arising. There are two reasons: Impermanence is the transformation over time, from time to time in succession, from beginningless to endless, from the past through the present to the future; No-self is the transformation in infinite space, in the boundless dharma realm; when generally consistent is in both the temporal category and the spatial category (in modern terms, the concept of time-space).

A case in point: Water drops. Water transforms impermanently into clouds, water vapor, liquid water or ice. Water itself is not real, the water of No-self, the name water is just a pretense of conditions. Analyzed, water is a combination of hydrogen gas and oxygen gas. Clouds, sea water, and ice are just three different appearances of water while water itself has no true substance. Water is just a combination of Hydrogen and Oxygen, when gathered together it has a form and name called Water, when dispersed, it has no form and name. When there is, it is the false self of water, when it is not, it is the self-nature of water. (continue)

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