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All dharmas are inherently Void, all dharmas have a temporary false appearance, which is True Truth. People of Ignorance clinging to signs firmly believe that all things have their own nature of Being and therefore believe that dharma signs are permanent, eternal, and unchanging. That is the source of greed, hatred, and delusion of people when they receive worldly karma.

Accepting generals, breaking generals, separating generals and having no signs

The distinction between General and Nature, no matter how detailed and detailed, is also part of the interpretation. Practitioners need to be well-versed in the practice of the method of separation of generals to achieve the goal of Liberation. Journey from Ignorance to Hope Liberation Wisdom step-by-step instructions as follows: Accepting Generals. General Section. Ly General and No General.

Accepting Generals

Attachment is to hold it firmly, to hold it tightly, to hold it tightly, not to let it slip out of your hand, in full it is to grasp (take it and then hold on to it), cling to it (take it and get entangled, not knowing how to apply it arbitrarily) . The obstacle caused by the attachment that causes confusion and bias is called the Obstacle. There are two kinds of hindrances:

Self-grasping, fully speaking is Self-grasping affliction means the obstacle that causes suffering due to wrong perception: All things are inherently Mu, but firmly believe in Yes.

French grasping, in full French grasping for knowledge, means the obstacle that causes confusion due to misunderstanding: All dharmas are inherently caused by the combination of causes and conditions that arise, so they are always transformed at first, not at first, at present. Real and illusory, but firmly believe in eternal eternity.

All dharmas are inherently Void, all dharmas have a temporary false appearance, which is True Truth. People of Ignorance clinging to signs firmly believe that all things have their own nature of Being and therefore believe that dharma signs are permanent, eternal, and unchanging. That is the source of greed, hatred, and delusion of people when they receive worldly karma.

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General (Part 2)

General Section

The paragraph is cut off, no longer continues. The General is the opposite attitude to the General. Instead of grasping is the attitude of grasping the general, the attitude of stopping the general is cutting off, not letting the dharma sign come into contact with the senses in daily life. An example is explained as follows: The human mind is considered as a house where the owner is living. Van Dharma is considered as a guest to play. The owner accepts to let guests into the house to visit, clearly aware that the guest is only temporarily present in his house for a certain period of time and then will leave.

That is the case where the owner has a clear perception: The presence of the guest in his house is a temporary disguise, the guest who comes to play does not have the real identity of the host. In case the owner has the following perception and mistakenly considers the guest to be the host, then it is accepted that the guest is allowed to enter the house and then firmly believes that the guest will always stay at his house, keeping the guest from leaving. On the contrary, the case of the general break is the case where the owner tightly closes the door, does not let the guest appear in his house, as if no guest wants to come to his house.

Separation (Part 3)

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Buddhist studies call Acceptance of Generals is Acceptance of Yes, Duan of Generals is Acceptance of No, both are marginal views, have a biased perception, are not true to the objective Truth. Having a guest is someone playing the role of a guest, not having someone playing the role of a host, having another host, but it’s not like there aren’t any guests who want to enter the host’s house. In short, Duan General is a utopian attitude, advocates towards the realm of Nothingness, human life is nothing.

In the history of Buddhism, Duan General is a very unique practice of some ethnic minorities in Tibet. This method is called Doan Giao, also known as Hiccupanism, which was introduced from South India in the early 12th century. The teaching consists of two parts of meditation:

– Admit ghosts are real and invite them to come.

– They arise from the practitioner’s own mind, they have no self-nature.

Today, the doctrine that advocates this sect has only a few followers in Tibet.

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