Goofaholix wrote:TMingyur wrote:Goofaholix wrote:Of course grasping conceptuality is a cause of suffering however if you can't differentiate between conceptuality and the processes of conciousness and perception first how can you let go of that grasping?
I don't understand this question. Conceptuality is associated with "being conscious of" and perception in the context of "being conscious of".
Only in your understanding, as I explained before in Buddhism Conceptuality, conciousness, and perception are three separate khandhas, my question is how can one let go of grasping the former if one can't even see the distinction?
There is no khandha called "conceptuality".
Your questions still does not make any sense to me. The discussion was about conceptuality. Now you are introducing other (gross) concepts and thus you are veiling the original subject.
The original subject was the understanding of conceptuality. There is no necessary context of "grasping". The subject was - and for me still is - conceptuality and nothing else.