Nibbana is the unconditioned dhamma, or is not a dhamma?

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Re: Nibbana is the unconditioned dhamma, or is not a dhamma?

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Re: Nibbana is the unconditioned dhamma, or is not a dhamma?

Postby DAWN » Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:27 pm

In DN 16 Mahaparinibbana sutta, Buddha said also this :
Anupadisesaya nibbana-dhatuya parinibbayati : 'enters the Nibbana-element without the groups (of attachement) remaining'
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Postby DAWN » Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:30 pm

Sabbe dhamma anatta
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Re: Nibbana is the unconditioned dhamma, or is not a dhamma?

Postby DAWN » Tue Dec 11, 2012 4:06 am

It's not separate from fenomena (being).
Nibbana-dhatu mean, perharps, dhatu for the mind until the mind is suppordet by the body? And with cessetion of body this dhatu (for the mind) have no place.

Nibbana-dhatu = Brahrmanhood = Buddhahood ?
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Re: Nibbana is the unconditioned dhamma, or is not a dhamma?

Postby Rahula » Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:14 am

Whom we are to debate about Nibbana, when we our-self had not attain it?
How does anybody, who didn't attain Nibbana describe it?
We all can make wild guesses, it is this, it is that, do anybody will ever know it without attaining it?
What's the point arguing over other persons opinion when you can not be very sure about your own?

Rather, the question we all should be addressing is why nobody is attaining Nibbana nowadays?
What is wrong with us?

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