After a deep meditation experience, I think I realized the key to understanding the deeper teaching of the Buddha for myself. It took me about a week to find a way to put it words, but I came up with the following: “Everything we believe is untrue. Even this.”
Alternatively: "Every belief or conception is an oversimplification of complex reality (chaos theory)".
If the Buddha says something is wrong view, wrong belief, delusion, he actually means it is useless, ultimately leading to Dukkha.
If the Buddha says something is a right view, right belief, truth, he actually means it is useful, leading to the cessation of Dukkha.
Is this is interpretation justified?
Last edited by Maarten2
on Sun Jul 01, 2012 8:59 am, edited 1 time in total.
May you all become enlightened.