Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Buddha Had No Teachings Eh?

Buddha had No Teachings eh?
(Conversations as they happened )

    
Pic By OM



                                                   M: 

Nirvana is not a place to go to. The original teachings of the Buddha is almost lost already. The majority of Buddhist books we read today do not represent the original teachings at all


Khi:

Buddha had no teachings. The only teaching is inside of oneself. It is unfortunate that it is a human tendency to create a corpus of fiction after one's master and mislead the flock. Was it not Sakyamuni himself who said that he was as blur as the sotong?




M:

Buddha had no teachings eh?


Khi:

Yes. He said never to follow what he said. How can one who is as blur as the sotong lead anyone. Nirvana is not a place. Neither is it a state of existence. It is not even anything. Neither this. Neither that



M:

He said to not blindly follow anyone including his teachings. He said we must examine it for ourselves.


Khi:

Ah examination is the weak point. That which is cannot be examined. That which is not is not. That which can be examined is always shifting. How can that bring about any meaningful conclusions? Buddha says the blind is he who is the original arhat haha


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