Question: I would like to ask Dade, there are two stages in Wu Wen’s practice, one is that people have no self, and the other is law without self. The Dharma is selfless, that is, empty. Then

  1. Is emptiness a unity? Does everyone have a vacancy or does everyone share a vacancy
  2. Where is the emptiness, in the person or not? Outside the world or within the world.
  3. How to get in and out of air. When the emptiness enters, where does the personal consciousness go, if the personal consciousness still exists, how is it called emptiness. If personal consciousness is non-existent, how do you get yourself into the void?

Answer: Mahayana has a deep meaning and I am still in the process of personal exploration. Therefore, I dare not say that I have fully understood Mahayana. Therefore, the following answers are only for personal understanding. They are not guaranteed to be absolutely correct and are for reference only.

  1. Is emptiness a unity? Does everyone have a vacancy or does everyone share a vacancy

Answer: Voidness refers to the state of disillusionment, non-illusion. There are many terms for this state in Buddhism. Theravada said Nirvana, the Mahayana said about emptiness, true as, such as Lailai, Dharma, Dharma, Dharma, Daguangmingzang, and so on. And all our beings, the world, and so on, are the manifestations of this emptiness, such as Lailai. That is, emptiness is the legal realm. Three thousand and thousand worlds are in the legal realm.

  1. Where is the emptiness, in the person or not? Outside the world or within the world.

Answer: Same as the previous question. The world is an illusion based on emptiness. (A metaphor, the artistic conception is like the legal world, and the image of consciousness is like the appearance of the world)

  1. How to get in and out of air. When the emptiness enters, where does the personal consciousness go, if the personal consciousness still exists, how is it called emptiness. If personal consciousness is non-existent, how do you get yourself into the void?

Answer: To be empty, we must abandon all illusions. That is away from the Eighteen Realms. Out of the Three Realms. That is to practice meditation nine times, meditation , and eight backs.

The state of emptiness is described in many ways by Mahayana Buddhism. For example, the smashing of the void, the ground sinks; the moon is cold, and no one is around; ten sides are bright; Well, since it can be described as realm, it must be conscious. If this is pushed by common sense, it must be conscious. That consciousness is still there, how can it be called emptiness? By some accounts, coming out of the nirvana realm, he will know that the heart is immortal. Didn’t the six ancestors say, “When is the nature of the self, the life is not dead, and when is the nature, it can produce all kinds of law?” According to my understanding, not only the consciousness, but also the six six dusts and six consciousnesses are still in emptiness, but the six six dusts and six consciousnesses are all empty, that is, the eighteen realms of the three realms are disillusioned, and the eighteen realms are disillusioned. In its original appearance, the eighteen realms turned into “empty”. (Is n’t the sermon song saying that transfiguration of the empty body is the legal body?) At this time, there is no difference between the six roots and the six consciousnesses, but the only emptiness is bright. This is said in the Dharma, that is to prove the basic wisdom.

So how to get out of air, vacancy is the essence, there is no problem of air out. There is only the issue of lost air. So ordinary people who do n’t practice and cannot realize Dha-ego are lost. For the person who has obtained the basic wisdom, he comes out of emptiness (that is, the origin again, the physical and mental world is now), and there is a process. It is necessary to prove that the emptiness of the present is not lost, which is the so-called preservation. When you are at all times and when you are doing everything, you will not lose your emptiness, and when you are comfortable, it is the so-called attainment of the perfect consciousness, or the perfect consciousness, or you become a Buddha.

( Editor’s note : According to the teachings, the “emptiness” of emptiness is an absolute vacuum. That is, there is nothing in the air. At this time, those who know the emptiness, that is, the consciousness, the consciousness of the emptiness. The emptiness is the consciousness. That is the fundamental ” Wisdom “. At this time, the situation and wisdom are different. According to the illusion, everything has action, but this” empty “illusion appears. And this true” empty “has no phase, no method, that is, no method is available, There is nothing to gain, nothing to be aware of, nothing to be wise, and benevolence to be liberated. That is, the Dharma is what it is. In this matter, there is nothing to do, and language cannot describe it, so the word is decisive, only evidence is knowledge! Do n’t make “understanding” understanding!)


Question: After finishing the post, lz merit.

I am a beginner who has a little experience in correction. I want to ask such a question: Every time I meditate, I feel that the heart of my chest is not very comfortable, so I always look here. Then the uncomfortable feeling will become bigger, more and more painful, sweating. After half an hour, it will slowly melt away. If you don’t look at this uncomfortable heart and just watch your breath, then the pain will not increase.

I know the general practice is to watch the breath, if you want to watch the breath and look at the heart, it’s wrong. However, it is said that the cultivation only needs to be fixed in one place. Then, can I also fix it in this feeling? And this pain makes me worry about what’s wrong with my heart.

Another problem is that you often experience pain and negative feelings during meditation, such as leg pain. Then I went to see it all the time, and often there was a painful peak for a while, rushing to the brain, trembling or crying unconsciously, afterwards there will be a sense of transparency. Then sometimes the pain goes away, or I feel the pain is there, I am here without being disturbed. And sometimes it stops breathing for more than ten seconds after this peak.

I am unfamiliar with the theory of meditation. I have been doing it according to mindfulness psychotherapy, so I will look more at negative emotions. I want to know how to view my experience from meditation or even Vipassana. I understand that I have n’t settled yet, but I may occasionally enter higher-level settlements, but immediately go out because there is no instability in the second practice. Or to say that the cessation of breathing does not mean that the fourth jhana must be touched, and the fourth zenith will definitely stop breathing.

Thank you!

Answer: Breathing stopped for more than ten seconds. This is not necessarily to say that the breathing stopped. Because the breath can also be a few ten seconds or even minutes.

The four zens stop breathing, not belching, but naturally stop, and can last up to an hour or more.

Meditation can watch the pain. Use pain as the reason to practice meditation. However, the normal response is that the pain disappears when the pain is observed. The pain will turn into a less painful sensation. Therefore, the more you see and the more painful you may be, you are just practicing patience, not the focus of meditation.

The practice of meditation has its own rules. Generally, it begins with shallow determination. Only when the concentration is deepened will it be able to enter deep determination. Didn’t say, you can jump in the four Zen and scattered states casually. Unless it is Jiu Xiu, there is a person who has the ability to practice beyond Zen or the lion.

(Editor’s Note: People who practice meditation are free and those who jump freely can achieve transcendence of Samadhi. If they achieve extinction, they can practice the lion’s perseverance. This is the foundation of Mahayana Zen Paramita. Kung fu, the efficiency of all the Dharma cultivation will be greatly improved. The person who achieves the lion’s swift and sassy ambitions is the Dharma Dharma Dharma! It is the sign of liberty and achievement.


Question: Brother, she meditated next to her wife a few days ago. She fell asleep first. She also woke up after I meditated. She said that she felt completely floating in the middle of her dream and awake. She felt very calm. Does meditating on your own affect people around you?

Answer: Of course. The stronger the energy of meditation, the more it can affect people around you. Minds can also influence each other.


Question: In other words, the more people meditate or meditate together, the better?

Answer: Not necessarily. People meditating together affect each other. If some of them are ill or do not practice meditation well, his influence is negative.




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