Hanzze wrote:Anicca is not a useful object of meditation as long it is not seen as it really is but just a perception.
"And what is the perception of inconstancy? There is the case where a monk — having gone to the wilderness, to the shade of a tree, or to an empty building — reflects thus: 'Form is inconstant, feeling is inconstant, perception is inconstant, fabrications are inconstant, consciousness is inconstant.' Thus he remains focused on inconstancy with regard to the five clinging-aggregates. This, Ananda, is called the perception of inconstancy.
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"deathless" is when one realized that there is no death!
There is a difference between a dream world and the real world.
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