Re: Buddhism and the illusion of time


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Posted by Remmy (62.172.80.255) on April 16, 2000 at 01:56:00:

In Reply to: Buddhism and the illusion of time posted by Soulplex on April 13, 2000 at 13:05:08:

Thanks for all that info Soulplex, I found it very helpful. There's just a couple of things I'm not too clear on. If I've missed the point somewhere please tell me. When you used the movie analogy, do you mean we see the whole of our lives at once which is 'played as a movie' to us so that the impression of impermenance and change appears, so that in effect impermenance does exist for someone who hasn't attained Nirvana? Or am I frozen in time? The latter scares me quite a bit - is there still a ten yer old version of me in frozen agony after falling out of a tree? Or are only fully enlightened people 'frozen' contentedly in time?
Thanks again for the info,
Remmy



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