I've looked at the Brahmajala Sutta of the Digha Nikaya, and I am confused as to what the right view outside of all these wrong views about the universe, the future, the past, and self. I understand the great importance of causality, and so I was able to understand that section in regards to the aforementioned explanation of Sila in the beginning of the sutta, but I am having trouble clearing up what a right view would be, if all these views are wrong.
For example, I understand the dangers of holding an eternalist view, semi eternalist, and an annihilationist's view, so I extrapolated that there's neither since both imply there's a self (that either lasts forever or is subject to annihilation after death), and therefore both are wrong views.
As for the shape of the universe, all of these implied that the universe is three dimensional,and are related to the using the self as a reference point( By seeing the universe from this limited point of reference and perceiving an idea of finite and infinite expanse from that point of reference) which fails to uphold proper scrutiny.
So what is the right views....?
I understand the 4 noble truths, and the 3 marks of existence... but views are important because holding a wrong one, ANY one can lead to hell or an animal womb. http://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka ... .bodh.html
There's the Sutta for reference's sake.