how to understand "This consciousness turns back from name and form, and doesn’t go beyond that"?https://suttacentral.net/dn14/en/sujato wrote:Then Vipassī thought,Atha kho, bhikkhave, vipassissa bodhisattassa etadahosi:
‘This consciousness turns back from name and form, and doesn’t go beyond that.’‘paccudāvattati kho idaṃ viññāṇaṃ nāmarūpamhā, nāparaṃ gacchati.
It is to this extent that one may be reborn, grow old, die, pass away, or reappear. That is:Ettāvatā jāyetha vā jiyyetha vā miyyetha vā cavetha vā upapajjetha vā, yadidaṃName and form are conditions for consciousness.
is the turning back a bad thing, it actually should go straight?