BUDDHISM: LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS

Buddhism: Logical Conclusions

Buddhism isn’t a religion.
It is spiritual guidance for consciousness.
Our salvation and sanity come through our own efforts
to realise the truth about consciousness.

We attain realisation through knowledge, not prayer.
Through knowledge, we recognise the negative effects
of clinging to thoughts and emotions.

There are many levels of ignorance:
Buddhism is the science to realise the goodness of our true nature.

In our internal debate, one part talks while the other listens in silence.
Believing in that which talks relates to the past and causes us suffering,
while silence is the sanity of unprejudiced awareness.

Buddhism isn’t a religion.
There nothing religious about the spontaneous presence of pure consciousness.

Religion binds us to realisation.
It is the purity of emptiness that releases us.

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1 Response to BUDDHISM: LOGICAL CONCLUSIONS

  1. Ben Naga says:

    Reblogged this on Ben Naga and commented:
    Yes, it’s that simple.

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