Tag: Emptiness

Posted on: June 30, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

Nagarjuna with Impermanence, Emptiness and Madhyamaka Commentary

Reading and studying Buddhist scriptures, in the Ajah and Nikaya we see that the Buddha taught about Emptiness. To make it easier for his disciples to visualize emptiness (a wonderful abstraction), the Buddha has lured dharmas together with impermanence like bubbles floating on a river. It is the emptiness of the bubble; it is both short and fragile, impermanent and fragile, like an unstable illusion. In the A function, the…

Posted on: May 9, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

I Learned to Realize Emptiness (II)

Wu Tanh Khong is what is needed for enlightenment to eradicate greed, hatred, delusion, or liberate birth and death from samsara. I Learn to Realize Emptiness (I) Why learn about Emptiness? The essence of Buddhism is the cessation of suffering, that is, the cessation of greed, hatred, and delusion. To end Suffering is the Eightfold Path, the Seven Bodhi parts with the Seven Factors of Enlightenment are the Four Foundations…

Posted on: April 28, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

I Learn to Realize Emptiness (I)

Emptiness was born a long time after the Buddha’s death, promoted by Bodhisattva Nagarjuna through the Madhyamaka Commentary. Although the Buddha spoke about Emptiness during his lifetime through the Agama and Nikaya Sutras. Here Buddha talked about the monastic nature of monastics. People whose mind is ordained but whose body is not ordained are called laypeople. And people whose mind and body are ordained are called monks. Emptiness is also…