buddhism and nonduality

buddhism and nonduality

If we don’t talk about nonduality then I don’t think we can really talk about Buddhism at all. But nonduality is not so easy. Recently I was talking to Indians, Indian intellectuals. And I was even kind of worried that how much we Tibetans actually managed to conceive the idea of nonduality thoroughly as much as these Indians seem to have done. It is not that easy this nonduality to really conceive this. Specially if you are, if you think like, I think, Karl Popper’s way. And if you really think that something can be observed and valued objectively. Nonduality is difficult.

Teaching in Brighton, November 2008

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