Thursday, November 29, 2012

Concept Duality & Multiplicity


How and why do concepts create duality and limitless multiplicity?

When perceptions and acts of are differentiated into concepts, these differentiations create aspects of duality and limitless aspects of multiplicity which are used to categorize and associate sensory perceptions.

How and Why?



Concept  is a general idea derived or inferred from specific instances or occurrences. (general notion)

A concept can be considered as a rule.

What qualifies & disqualifies a rule makes duality.
Therefore, concept creates duality.

Multiple views of a concept considered as multiple rules.
Therefore, multiple views of a concept create limitless (infinite) aspects of multiplicity (multiple dualities)

Concept is a generalization of many lower-level concepts (hierarchically continues).
Each lower-level concept create duality.
Therefore, multiple levels of concepts create limitless (infinite) aspects of multiplicity

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Failed Buddhist Practice


Why current Buddhist practice is a total failure to achieve its main goal?;_ylt=Ajp5nrUq2eCF_EHWp9WB7skhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121126141522AARLhIt

 Take the practical analogy of a newly wedded couple.

What is their main goal? Children (continue generation) or have fun

'Everyday fuc-king, but no children'

This is what happened to Buddhists who practice (so hard) everyday.

Do they know and aim at the ultimate/main goal?
Are they not fertile to achieve it?
Why total failure to achieve it?

Something is wrong & what would that be?

@Jim, Does Satan remove suffering?

@S, Buddhism is for the wise, not for state of child.
Pointing at the truth makes the proud imposter feel belittle.
You find it uncomfortable?

Any blind faith is doomed. Do you know how to overstand God, in-order to not have blind faith? That is the path to God. (God of God)
Bad Debt Account (Jesus) was just a recovery of God's doomed creation (cure for punishment).
"No one comes to the Father except through me" applies for all condemned accounts, and is the default state in practice.
Buddhism is about not having such punishment. (rebellion who shake-hands with God)

@John the Buddhist,-Lotus fan 卐卐,
When did Buddha predict Buddhist dark ages? False mundane interpretation!
Do you know the term 'Kalpa' refers to idea or thought, like in 'Kalpana'?
Super-humanism is a misinterpretation about Buddhism. It is fantasy where monks fly.





What is the meaning of Samadhi in Buddhism?
 Popular English translations are:
Samâdhi = Deep concentration: the state of one pointedness of mind; contemplation; absorption, bliss; To attain, ecstasy; Mental unification
con or com (prefix) = with, jointly, completely
contr (prefix) = against, opposite
centration = towards center
concentration = completely towards center
The pali terms:
Sama = even; equal; level; similar
dhi = Fie! shame! woe!
dhiti = energy; courage
samā+dhiti= equal energy
sama+dhārana = equal support or sustenance
sam + ā + dhā
sam = same
ā = up to, from; towards
samā = in the same way
sam = no intensity (contrary to 'abhi');
sam = near by, together (opposed to 'para')
dhā = Destroying
sam + ā + dhā = Destroy in same way

We find this term in many places in Buddhist scriptures:
1. sammā/micchā-samādhi = as the last link of the 8-fold Path (magga)
2. samādhi-sambojjhanga = one of the 7 factors of enlightenment (bojjhanga)
3. Samadhi Bala = one of the 5 spiritual faculties and powers (bala)
4. parikamma-samādhi, upacāra-samādhi, appanā-samādhi = grades of intensity

5. Sīla Samādhi Paññā = the 3-fold division of the 8-fold Path (sikkhā, magga)
6. Thiti-bhāgiya-samādhi ('standstill'), visesa-bhāgiya-samādhi ('progress'), nibbedha-bhāgiya-samādhi ('penetration') - connected with decline ('hāna'/hāni')
7. Dhyana-Samadhi-Paramita = one of the 6 Paramitas (perfections) in Mahayana
8. Samadhi Sutta in Khandha,Salayatana,Vedana,Devata-samyutt…
9. Samadhi Samyutta (Another name for the Jhana Samyutta)
10. Samadhi Vagga (first chapter of the Sacca Samyutta)

11.Samādhi Parikkhāra= one of 4 foundations of mindfulness (satipatthāna).
12. No Strife Samadhi = in Vajra Prajna Paramita Sutra
13. Samādhi Samāpatti, sunyatasamadhi, vajropamasamadhi = in abhidharmakosa
14. Samādhi Vipphārā Iddhi = one of the 6 kinds of higher spiritual powers abhiññā
15. Samadhi-Bhavana Sutta = Anguttara Nikaya 4.41

Samādhi is supermundane (lokuttara), if objective is Nibbāna.
Samādhi is mundane (lokiya), if objective is merely sublimest absorption

4 stages of samadhi in Hindu mysticism:
Savikalpa samadhi, nirvikalpa samadhi, sahaj samadhi, soruba samadhi

"The ultimate goal is to enter the state of samadhi which is when the distinction between the object and the meditator disappears, which is the realization of non dualism."

Seems to have different ways of looking at Samadi.

What is the correct meaning of Samadhi in Buddhism?
How is it derived from Pali or Sanskrit languages?




Four Noble Truths


What steps are missing in 4 Noble Truths of Buddhism as a Management process?;_ylt=AmAJUMDPsGimm_XTeuJdWNkhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121125024446AAwkQ4t

 'The Four Noble Truths'/ Chathurarya sathya / ariya-sacca

Terms 'Truth', 'sadhu' simply means 'acceptable'.

1. paramattha-sacca: true in the highest (or ultimate) sense

2. vohāra-sacca: conventional truth (interpretations of Buddhist monks);
also means,
sammuti-sacca: commonly accepted truth

These 2 truths are implied as:
1. nītattha: explicit (or direct) meaning
2. neyyattha: implicit meaning (to be inferred)

Four Noble Truths are part of the core in Buddhism, and seems to have a direct meaning.

Now, the 4 Noble Truths 'management process' to find a solution to suffering:

1. truth of suffering (dukkha)
(identify problem = the gap or distance between current and expected)

Current: 'assumed/acting self' changes, compare to 'defined self'
Expected: 'assumed self' doesn't change, compared to 'defined self'
Gap: unexpected change in 'assumed self' (impermanence of 'assumed self' is uncontrollable)

Therefore, solution focused at manageable 'defined self'.

2. origin of suffering, which is craving (thanhā) to assumed self through (linked via) defined self
(cause of the problem)
cause: clinging to defined self
Note: 'chair' is a defined self and it's a subset of self 'I'

3. extinction of suffering (solution)
extinction of craving (cause) necessarily results in extinction (nirodha) of rebirth and suffering (effect)

To solve a problem, remove its causes (cause & effect)
Solution: Giveup clinging to defined self by removing the definition of self

4. Eightfold Path leading to extinction of suffering
The mission/method (with goals, strategies) as solution
The goals are kama-loka, rupa-loka, arupa-loka (31 Planes of Existence) & ultimate Nirvana

What is missing in this management process?

How to monitor and control this process?

Please I expect direct answers to the question only.

Please answer the question. Sorry, do not welcome personal advice.
Nucleus is not a member of any Buddhist society to follow their strict rules.
@Fake Genius,
Four noble truths are the method of running the business within the Buddhist fiction (Dhamma=idea).
Solving cause of a problem is not limited to Buddhism.

How does Sovan, Sakurdagami, Anagami and Arhath goals fit in?

Most importantly, how are those goals relate (derived from) mission (Eightfold Path or Magga) in Buddhist Business/Project or whatever you call it?

What are the strategies to achieve each goal?



Nibbāna PariNibbāna


What is the clear difference of PariNibbāna from Nibbāna in Buddhism?

The term 'Pari' in pali language means, all round; altogether; completely or away from, off.

What are the added features of Pari+Nibbāna ('full Nibbāna') from Nibbāna to complete the no-form/no-state?

“an-upādi-sesa Parinibbāna"
= extinction/emancipation with no rebirth/clinging-substratum left.

= extinction (of passion) with some substratum left.

~ Mahā-parinibbāna-sutta



Abstract Buddhism


Should we study Buddhist concepts in abstract form or with applications?

When we teach a child the abstract number 2, we use fingers or toffies to give him/her a feeling for number 2.
2 fingers or 2 toffies are applications of number 2. Number 2 also has multiple applications, not limited to fingers and toffies.

Likewise, since Buddhism is a research project for mind, should we study Buddhist concepts (eg: Karma, Nirvana, Bhava, etc.) in abstract form or with applications?

 @Been There,
I've gone through people who advice like you. They fell into the pit and pull others to accompany them. Spend the day by sitting at meditation position as a fashion for nothing is a good way to relax. Better go to bed and sleep. You seem to believe and advice in practice only. It is primitive thinking like perfecting for a circus. Buddhism has deeper means and ends than that. Vipassana meditation is a form of analytical study (adyana). Therefore, this is meditation. The more you get, the more you give up!
As per your version, why do you be at internet for intellectual knowledge, instead of meditating? Do what you say. Please answer the question, if you know the answer. No thank you for your valuable advice.


Nirvana Oriented


Is Nirvana in Buddhism all in one or object oriented?;_ylt=AtSIe9KC0g6eT5OnXq9IHGMhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121124121652AAX6dRd

Life after death of a man or woman is based only on assumptions.
Therefore, application of nirvana for ending birth after death is just imagination.

Is it practical to have complete Nirvana (nibbāna) for all Dukkha/suffering (as attachment to thoughts) ?


can their be many Nirvanas as cessation of attachment to individual ideas (cause of Dukkha)?

@ROFLcopter, Try to investigate things, sight beyond sight.
What possibilities could picking a someone's childhood toy suggest? Experienced by countless people is just generalizing and you don't know that for sure.
It's better listen to what Dalai Lama exactly says, not what you want to hear. His words has different meanings (like legal definitions) than in plain language.
 @ROFLcopter, There are ways & means for big-shots and spell-binders to deceive the followers for their survival.
Why would monks lie? They do it in all aspects. You need to get out of their spell to read them.
Monks assume as agents of Buddhism and call themselves as Sangha ( = grouping/assemblage of ideas/dhamma) is the biggest lie. (There is no owner for Buddhism, free to study)
Findout why Buddhist temples are so materially rich (property managers), while surrounding majority of followers are poor?
Do not be deceived by the 'vow of poverty'. It is just for presentation only.
What is said is not always what is done!


Samatha Vipassana


What are the goals of Samatha and Vidarshana(vipassana) meditation in Buddhism?;_ylt=AknvVqSrKTnhIxVhTGRpDyghBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121124111349AAivCjI

Everyone discuss the methods (how to do it) of Samatha meditation and Vidarshana (vipassana) meditation.

What are the main goals of these two types of meditation that contribute to the main goal of Buddhism, which is nibbāna?
@Sati, How does 'stillness' and 'insight' contribute to nibbāna?

@S.I. Mitchell,
Liberation is a privilege within the system. Freedom is a right, outside the system.
Nibbana in Buddhism is freedom, not liberation.
Therefore, S. N. Goenka is discussing something like Buddhism, but not Buddhism.


Friday, November 23, 2012

Practice or Outcome


Are you into Buddhism for the practice, not the outcome?

for the process, not the goal 'Nirvana'?


If not, what is your confident practical plan to achieve Nirvana within this lifetime?

Do Buddhist monks believe in such a result-oriented plan?

Additional Details

Start your answer with yes or no to a question, and then explain.


Human Monster


Legal Definition of Human Being is....a monster?
human being See MONSTER.
—Ballentine's Law Dictionary (1930)

monster A human being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal. A monster hath no inheritable blood, and cannot be heir to any land.
—Ballentine's Law Dictionary (1930)

"Monstrous Rhetoric"
For example, children born of prostitutes are “monsters,” according to Roman law, since they have a human nature crossed with the “bestial characteristic of having been born of vagabond or uncertain unions.”…
monster = bastard ?

 Medieval World
6. Christians, barbarians and monsters

MONSTER - An animal which has a conformation contrary to the order of nature.
A monster, although born of a woman in lawful wedlock, cannot inherit. Those who have however the essential parts of the human form and have merely some defect of confirmation, are capable of inheriting, if otherwise qualified.
No living human birth, however much it may differ from human shape, can be lawfully destroyed.

Are you a legal monster? lol

Why Human Being as Monster or vise verse?

Additional Details

Is it why ask 'Are you a human being' in Buddhism?

Ballentine's Law Dictionary is officially accepted in Law societies (internationally).
Do not confuse legal English with business or general English.

As per the legal definition, offspring from a union of lawful & outlaw entities sounds to be a 'bastard'.
Example: fatherless child according to Birth Certificate
They can be seen/classified as sociopath who kill to the legal social system.

Why promote such insult and discrimination for people, who become members (citizens) of that society?

It is similar to Aboriginals (Ab+Originals), sounds like Ab+normal, relative to the legal system.
In your general online reference: Point 4
4. Having the form of a human.
It opens the possibility for 'Monster'.




What are Karma, Rebirth & Reincarnation as concepts in Buddhism?

What happens after death cannot be proved, but only assumed.

Even so called 'rebirth stories' are just fictional stories (it's a business).
Near death experiences are not death.

Whoever blindly believe can find them as real.
(what those people say, do not necessarily prove rebirth & you cannot experience and remember for you as original evidence).

Therefore, instead of giving their applications, what are Karma, Rebirth & Reincarnation as concepts in Buddhism?

I hope the question description is clear for you to answer (only the concepts).

Additional Details
This question was asked because I am not satisfied with ordinary (misinterpreting Buddhism) answers to following question:


Investigate Buddhism


How to investigate, research and process (Ehi Passiko) Buddhism?
Ehispassiko is to challenge Buddhism in order to learn, instead of blind acceptance and memorizing.

Kalama Sutta states, do not believe because:
01. Ma anussavena [it has been retold for a long time (history)]
02. Ma paramparaya [it has become a traditional practice (through many generations)]
03. Ma itikiraya [it is well-known everywhere (media news)]
04. Ma Pitakasampadanena [it is cited in a text]
05. Ma takkahetu [solely on the grounds of logical reasoning]
06. Ma nayahetu [it accords with your Philosophical dogmatism (reasoning the method)]
07. Ma akaraparivitakkena [it appeals to "common sense"]
08. Ma ditthinijjhanakkhantiya [just because you like the idea (One's own opinions)]
09. Ma bhabbarupataya [because the speaker (expert) seems trustworthy]
10. Ma samano no garu ti [what your teacher tells you]

There are:
42,000 Dhamma skandas (idea units) in Sutta Pitaka
21,000 Dhamma skandas (idea units) in Vinaya Pitaka
21,000 Dhamma skandas (idea units) in Abhidhamma Pitaka
84,000 Dhamma skandas (idea units) in Tipitaka

I observe that Buddhist monks who passed 'Paditha' exam are good at memorizing Dhamma scriptures, but very poor at processing those information, in turn they misinterpret Buddhism to repeat the old traditional and conflicting story.

How to investigate, research and process Dhamma in Buddhism? (specially at Vidarshana Meditation)


Thursday, November 22, 2012

Mother worship son


Why Mother worship her Son in Buddhism?

At the ordination ceremony where laymen (specially children) are converted to novice Buddhist monks called 'Samanera', mother prostrates and worships her son (now novice Bhikkhu) like the father has to salute the higher ranked son in military.

Since monk societies and their procedures are fictional, why does human worship human at the first place (only slaves bow at master)?

Is it the correct tradition to respect mother?


Human in Buddhism


Why ask 'Are you a human being' in Buddhism?

At the ordination procedure for Laymen to convert to Buddhist monks, following question is asked:

6. "Are you a human being"?

Please answer directly.



Thursday, November 15, 2012

Buddhists worship Idols


Why Buddhists worship Idols?;_ylt=An7SgTfnUAqwBehL3LBkt1IhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20120923012033AApEv6U

 The underlying question is "Is Religious Buddhism or Symbolic Buddhism more important to you?"

Religious Buddhism is followers' Buddhism:

  • Followers assume that there was a prince in history called Siduhath and later he became Buddha. 
  • In pilgrimages to India, they point to a pile of bricks and say: "Look, this is where Buddha went to toilet...". It is a big business nowadays. 
  • Also, they plant a tree called 'Bo tree' and worship, even pray to it by singing, expecting material help for their day to day problems.
  • 99.99% of these followers I met have never read or even seen Tipitaka (the main scripture in Buddhism). 
  • They just surrender to the spell binding (blessings=curse) of temple monks by listening to propaganda, benefiting the temple (brainwashed follower to bring more material goods to them), while these monks do jobs for money, get yield from their land, maintain bank accounts, associate with powerful criminals (businessmen and politicians), be members of the parliament and even touring around the world for sight seen. (I challenge, if someone can prove otherwise) 
  • Though it is a burden, the followers are programmed to have hope with cultural ties. 
  • Even people surrender and worship people(monks), because they are told that "Sanga Sanana" (composite school of thinking) is Priest/monk society. 
  • They simply do not know how to read Buddhism by themselves, in turn the objectives like Nirvana is said to be mere imaginary to them. (may be not in this lifetime).

In contrast, Symbolic Buddhism is explorers' Buddhism:

  • The idols are symbolic models, meaning a deep concept to them for analysis. 

  • Like diagrams in geometry to visualize the problems better. 
  • For example, we see through (not see at) binoculars or a microscopes to observe, what is not sensed by our naked eye. 

  • When they go to temple, they do not worship trees, stones and clay idols. 
  • They use them for their studies like looking at a model of Benzene or Atom, in the classroom. 

  • They simply research Buddhist scripture as a set of knowledge, while getting to know Buddha through Dhamma (ideas). 

  • Even when they read Jathaka stories, they are not fascinated by listening to trees and animals talking. Instead they try to figure-out their symbolic meaning and derive the underlying concept. 
  • For example: Ves+Anthara means between two states/faces/interfaces, but not a man in human form Buddha’s past life.

  • Being the symbolic meaning of Buddha relates to 'Buddhiya'/ intelligence/wisdom,
  • Why do you think, majority of so called "Buddhists", assumed by their birth certificate, continue to worship idols with blind beliefs like in stone-age?

(This is an honest question, every Buddhist and non-Buddhist should ask, but shy to ask for various reasons, though they see dualities in what Buddhists say referring to scriptures and what Buddhists practically do. Not to mention, I see it common in all religions I observed.)



beat "The System"

How do you beat "The System"?;_ylt=AkAe8VUoLxrREfsRwp4gojMhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20120924015226AAjan6b

A victim of the system asked for help. He was jailed and was helpless.
("Was this the right thing to do for the cops?! You decide and help me?";_ylt=AlgplUSP8YBKGUyNljp9iP9JBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20070601034240AAldWYE)

This was my answer to his problem:

In truth, I see you as sheep in their farm. They harvest your wool, and taste you meat. Is that the helpless feeling you have now? It is perfectly justice, because the society is designed so.

You are just one of many prey, who have stepped into the muddy waters without knowing the unclear dangers.

Let me first set aside your dispute with the random guy who sexually harassed your ex. You can deal with it later.

Second I will tell you, how to get out of the bond, avoiding punishment.
"Do Sovereign People Plea Guilty Not Guilty or No Contest to accept their Code?"

Third, I will tell you, how to judge and punish, who judged you.
"My Sovereign Court - FreeMan vs British Judiciary of The Crown Corporation - Magna Case"

Check the above videos, and other videos in those youtube channels.

If you are wise, you will grasp the concepts. There is all the knowledge you need. Make sure you do your homework.

1. Do not understand (stand under) their code to give them jurisdiction over you.

2. Remember the person (with birth certificate) you act upon, is owned by them. So, remove the coat (you are wearing their coat) when necessary.

3. Prepare a Bill for every Order they make.

4. Open your sovereign (exercise your rights of: Legislature, Executive & Judiciary ) court, superseding their judgements. You can get jurisdiction over them easily. But, master already has jurisdiction over his slaves. (master-slave relationship)

5. Make sure you (the living, breathing people) is the master, where the officers (defined on dead paper) are slaves. People only assume those positions, acting the roles.

So, show who the boss is.

6. Never be violent to be punished or to invite war. Corporations are powerful than an individual. So, don't let them use justifiable reasonable force against you. Exploit your strength as the master, and hide your weakness (with physical force). Control your feelings for your advantage.

7. Remember, attorneys are not lawyers and their boss is the Judge (you are just a patient to them)

Know the game, before you play the game!

Good Luck


So, how else do you suggest to beat the "The System"?

Animal Kill Laws


What laws permit killing animals?

 There are justifications that laws of different systems (religious, corporate, etc) permit killing animals with certain conditions.

It is true that animal are killed all over the world for food.

1. What laws permit killing animals? Give reference to official online text (for such laws).

2. How do fictional legal systems lawfully exist to breach the laws of nature (fair killing) by mass killings of animal (genocide)?

3. Are those legal systems null & void with misinterpretations for animal killings?



Monks prioritize Donations


Why Buddhist monks prioritize Donations and not Dhamma discussions?;_ylt=At.5r3QLMH3S86VV5a.pgG8hBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121108014759AAW1uLg

 When you visit a temple and talk to Buddhist monks, the priority is given for financial and material donations (for example, to color wash temple walls, sponsorship to go abroad), instead of discussing core Dhamma.

I also notice that most Buddhist monks are not competitive to discuss tipitaka (Abhidhamma), the main script of Buddhism, though they memorize some pali gathas for display.

Buddhist monks get free meals, free homing, free education, no taxes, property for temples, government promotions, and do jobs, etc. Why seek for more luxuries?

Why do Buddhist monks always prioritize material Donations instead of focus on Dhamma discussions?
Do Buddhist monks go astray?

Additional Details

  • Get some idea. There are many incidents that are not on internet.
  •  Authorities are careful to publish what they want others to hear. (like Pope take oath of poverty & Vatican has over 50% shares of Shell Gas). How come temples get so rich?

  •  This query is not criticizing the actions of 'Novice monks' as easy targets.
  • There are ways things should be done, but how it is practically done is questionable
  • Monks with status of 'Pandith' are mere memorizes of Tipitaka. (blind believers) 
  • They have no processing ability to cross-check 84,000 dhamma skanda. 
  • Simply, Sassatavada hypocrites, interpreting Bodhisatva as a series of past lives of a man. 

  • Right Speech of a Buddhist is not true hide/distort true facts.

  • "They are not allowed to work outside of the temple for wages...ALL they do must be a gift."
  • Then, why are MP monks, teacher monks, astrologer monks (go through news paper adverts in SL)? How much do they earn?

  • Buddhist monks interpret Dhamma for their advantage. (eg:Give everything to the temple)

  • No need to surrender & worship agents(monks) to study and get to know Buddhist Damma.
  • Sangha is not Buddhist monks, but groupings of Dhamma. It is a fictional society.
  • Tipitaka always addresses to 'shra+mana' meaning your 'mind flux', not monks.

  • No need to kill someone to judge about killing. Likewise, no need to be a monk to ask the aforesaid question.

  •  Dhamma discussions are absolutely not useless. Do not ignore communication by comparison.

  • All fictional societies are surrendered to good human judgement.
  • Next time, suggest the monks to worship your human Buddhi (wisdom), instead of prostrate at fictional monk(person in robes).

  • Note: Guys & Gals, this question is about practicality, not fantasy!




What exist between Arupa Loka & Nivana?;_ylt=AkLT0L_n.y1BIZkWUO561vIhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121108040551AAoZxhz

Refer to 31 Planes of Existence

Development towards Nirvana is as follows:
1. Sensuous World (kama-loka)
2. Fine-Material World (rupa-loka)
3. Immaterial World (arupa-loka)

The final status at Arupa loka is:
(31) Neither-perception-nor-non-perception (nevasaññanasaññayatanupaga deva)
It is not Nirvana.

So, what exists between Arupa Loka & Nirvana?
(If Arupa Loka is not Nirvana, there should be something in the gap between them.)
Any ideas from Tipitaka?


Halal Animal


Does Halal in Islamic Qur'an promote this kind of Animal Killing?;_ylt=AkqEZAG0M2gcvH6uaLpNm2ohBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121111131053AA7Z9VB

1. Is Halal a license in Islam to kill animals?

2. If Quran is a fictional text (written on paper), how do Muslim personals consider themselves as human?

3. Does Quran consider 'animals as fictional resource' & lower in hierarchy, like corporations manage 'human resource'?


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Buddhism-Meat Eating


Does Buddhism encourage eating meat as with Islamic Halal?;_ylt=Ap1.JrX3xxC19No1UH._dgYhBgx.;_ylv=3?qid=20121111120321AAsTwG3

We need clarifications for the record.

Halal of Islam seems to give license to kill animals & eat meat (mass scale & all over the world).
Need reference from Qur'an and correct interpretation.
Does Buddhism encourage the same or similar?

"Killing animals for consumption is wrong. But eating meat per se is not prohibited for his disciples under certain conditions. ‘Thrice cleaned’ meat (thrikotika paarishudhdha maansha) is accepted. This is like making Halal food. A meat is ‘thrice cleaned’ if a monk has not (a) seen, (b) heard or (c) do not suspect the animal specially killed for his consumption. This applies only for monks."

If you are not the (direct or indirect) reason for killing an animal, is it ok to it eat that meat? Does that consumption encourage (make demand) more killing (supply)? If yes, it contradicts with non-violence in Buddhism.

Quote the exact pali text for "thrikotika paarishudhdha maansha" in Jeewaka Sutta & the correct interpretation.

Why did Buddha refute Devadatta proposal that, "monks must refrain from eating fish or meat throughout their lives"? Need Pali Quote as reference and correct interpretation.

This is a fair challenge for whoever interested in Buddhism and/or animal rights. Try to address the entire question in your answer.



Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Mind causes Everything



What does this Buddha quote mean?

 "The mind is everything. What you think, you become." I love this quote in the way I interpret it, but what is its true meaning? Also, is it a real Buddha quote?


The mind causes everything meaning everything is fictional.
Fiction is alterable. Therefore, what you think can change what you become.

Mano Pubbangama Dhamma
Mano Setta Manomaya
Manasace Pasannena/padutthena
Bhasativa Karotiva

Mind precedes ideas,
Mind causes mind.
If such a mind is clear / corrupt,
results in one's speech and act.

(Therefore, to change the speech and act as result, better change mind as cause = cause & effect)


Mano = mind
Pubbaṅgama = going at the head; preceding
Dhamma = idea (The mind deals with ideas as the eye deals with forms)
Seṭṭha = foremost; superiority; causes
Manomaya = mind made
Manasa ce = such a mind
ce = if
Pasanna = clear; purified
paduṭṭha = corrupt; offended
Bhasati= say, speak
karotiva = to do, to act, to perform

Note: all religions (god concepts) are ideas in mind and can put on paper meaning fictional.
Even God's words are fictional & when you read and/or remember it, it is fictional (a fictional story).

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Branches of Buddhism

How do these branches of Buddhism differ?

How does Therevado, Mahayana, and the Vajrayan Buddhism differ?


 Therevado, Mahayana, and the Vajrayan are not Buddhism, but different societies who assume to represent (agents) and study Buddhism from their school of thought. It is important to note that few in these societies have access to the core of Buddhism. Rest are just not-too-smart marketing force.

In There+vada or Hinayana (meaning little vehicle), student strictly should learn from adult monk (teacher) = memorize with no argument. Therefore, less scope for research & less distortions for Dhamma. Monk interpretations of Dhamma is so poor & hypocrisy + contradictions exist.

Maha+yana meaning big vehicle has done many research & somewhat distorted Buddhism as a result of the bulk (uncontrolled fictional interpretations cause to reverse Buddhism).

Vajrayana(Tibetan) meaning Diamond(indestructibility) Vehicle and use material symbolism as Upaya (or Skillful Means). They do their own ritualistic research.
Interestingly, Vatican has a backdoor to Tibet underground, especially to articulate world wars (wars between worlds)!

The core of Buddhism remain as to the opposite of nyaaya (recursion), where detach from the system game to avoid loss.

Use these societies as tools to study Buddhism, but do not be blinded to surrender to them. They are master spell binders!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Wisdom and Knowledge

What's the difference of wisdom and knowledge in Buddhism?


Interesting question. Let me develop the answer to it in steps.

From dimensional (maana=rules) perspective, there are raw data.
When you process them, you get information.

From a living mind's perspective, intelligence is the ability to learn.
By learning you accumulate knowledge.

In Buddhism, knowledge is called Gjnaana, meaning generation. (generate thinking)
President/greatest form of Gjnaana is Pra+Gjnaana.

Learning is called a+dhyana status.
Complete the learning is dhyana status. (know everything)

When you know nothing (complete ignorance) or know everything, you do not try to learn everything.
We learn only when we know something about everything.

Normally in knowledge, we try to understand (stand-under) everything (completeness).

When we over-stand everything, we see the big picture of everything.
That form of knowledge is called wisdom (Buddhi or Buddha).

Therefore, Buddha is not a historical figure in usage world, but a symbolical figure in system world.

If you want to manage & control something, it is a must to get over it.
If you get under it, you will be controlled by it.

If we are restless to gain knowledge by under-standing, we can have rest (Vivekam) to see the known big picture by over-standing.

Therefore, Buddhi is wisdom & Gjnaana is knowledge.

Friday, November 9, 2012


Rules vs. Laws vs. Legal & Power

Rule is a line. Each side can be enforced with a set of consequences (more rules).

Laws and Legal are basically rules, and relate to systems.

A system is defined using a set of rules.

System's relativity to where you stand will decide, whether the said system rules are laws or legal.

When you understand (stand-under) a system, you find the system rules as laws.

When you over-stand a system, where the system is fictional to you, you find the system rules as legal.

Power generates based on where the rule is drawn.

Big side has more power.
Majority & minority is the basis for democracy.