Marko wrote:Is not the answer "Both" to the question "Many Individual Awarenesses or One Universal Awareness?"
As I was receiving the instruction on the introduction to the nature of mind, I felt the inseparability of all the minds of the buddhas and myself. Not only did I feel the inseparability of all the buddhas' minds, I also felt the inseparability of all the minds of beings in the six realms and my own mind. Not only that, I also felt inseparable from, or beyond, all time and space--past, present, and future. Everything, my mind and the minds of enlightened and sentient beings became inseparable like mixing water and water.
Although I experienced this inseparability, I could at the same time clearly experience the innate energy and essence of all beings separately and individually, just like a clear, precise reflection of something in a mirror. The reflection of something in a mirror has no substance. Similarly, although each thing is so precise and so distinctive, it is also empty of existence.
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