Nagarjuna - "Mahamudra Vision"

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Nagarjuna - "Mahamudra Vision"

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In Chapter 3, Why Materialism is Baloney, Bernardo Kastrup wrote: What is mind? The most natural and obvious answer to this ancient question is simply this: mind is the medium of everything you have ever known, seen or felt; everything that has ever meant anything to you. Whatever has never fallen within the embrace of your mind might as well have never existed as far as you are concerned. Your entire life and universe – your parents and the people you love, your first day at school, your first kiss, every time you were sick, the obnoxious boss at work, your dreams and aspirations, your successes, your disappointments, your worldview, etc. – are and have always been phenomena of your mind, existing within its boundaries. As Carl Jung put it, one’s psyche is the sole carrier of reality that one can ever know.
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"You are not a drop in the ocean, you are the ocean in a drop" Rumi
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