Quote: "Any comments about this interpretation of the Dhamma?
"Whenever dualistic thoughts arise there is bound to be suffering... "
Quote: "I.e., I'm not sure what dual/not dual adds to the Dhamma."
Where do water, earth, fire, & wind have no footing? Where are long & short, coarse & fine, fair & foul, name & form brought to an end?
"'And the answer to that is:
Consciousness without feature, without end, luminous all around: Here water, earth, fire, & wind have no footing. Here long & short coarse & fine fair & foul name & form are all brought to an end. With the cessation of [the activity of] consciousness each is here brought to an end.'" [DN 11 - Kevaddha Sutta.]