Treaty on Wisdom II
THIS WORK REPRESENTS a written testimony of the author’s relationship to the result of his mental explorations: Wisdom, Pañña. The different sections throughout the work focus more and more precisely on the personal vision of the Dhamma, normally obtained after a process of intuitive conceptualization from the direct knowledge obtained when emerging from the jhānas in an almost daily meditation. This knowledge as it appears must be reduced to words among other things so as not to be forgotten. The work during this time, from March 2016 to April 2017, has been to use the full potential of fundamentally intuitive reasoning to center, place in context and make easy things that, at first, were often disturbing by the novelty, complexity and your connection to everything. What is perceived is the increasingly fine specification of the issues.
At the end of the work, the explanations are so easy, so simple, so coherent that, if they were adopted in this way, the Dhamma would be reduced to almost nothing.
Because he who does not know how to explain, does not know.
What we experience is experienced in the mind, within it. If we believe, we think, we project, we stipulate, we affirm, we maintain that there is something out there, we will believe, we will think, we will project, we will stipulate, we will affirm, we will support a concept. And where concepts live is in the mind. What is experienced is in the mind and what is experienced is in the mind. Dominating the mind we rule the world.
- Serie:Treaty on Wisdom (Book II) – The Sakādāgami
- Paperback: 292 pages
- Editor: Independently published
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8667707509
- ISBN-13: 979-8-667-70750-9
- Dimensions of the product: 15.2 x 1.7 x 22.9 cm