darvki wrote:That's an intriguing idea. However, it's not completely clear to me what you mean. Perhaps you could elaborate and/or give an example of such a state of mind?
Dazzy wrote:Susima sutta is not about Arupa Jhana
"Then, having known thus, having seen thus, do you dwell touching with your body the peaceful emancipations, the formless states beyond form [the formless jhanas]?"
"So just now, friends, didn't you make that declaration without having attained any of these Dhammas?"
"We're released through discernment, friend Susima."
"Then, having known thus, having seen thus, Susima, do you dwell touching with your body the peaceful emancipations, the formless states beyond form?"
TMingyur wrote:What I mean is the experience of a difference between the ordinary state that is entangled in afflictions and delusions and states not so entangled. Since this in this context necessarily is a temporary event its function is to generate the certain knowledge that such purified states are factual. Its function is to remove doubt. Because mere hearsay or reading or inference just do not compare to direct experience.
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