Nirvana as a substance

Discussion in 'Eastern Philosophy' started by neuheitwelle, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. neuheitwelle Registered Member

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    First, I tell you how this idea was born.

    I am experienced in meditation about 9 years. My goal was to reach nirvana.

    And once it happened. I sat in a room and saw a matter around me like non-existent.

    Then I saw a huge dark black hole with huge gravity around.

    My mind disappeared and only dark hole was present.

    I clearly saw like all around world, all matter was like illusion, even a sunlight was an illusion.

    In other words, matter does not exist at all.


    My mind was shocked, how it is possible ?

    Then I started to understand, it was not a hallucination.


    Abot 3 years I explored in meditation what a nirvana is.

    First, nirvana is not only a state of a mind.

    It is really something, that is present, it is that exists, some kind of substance,


    Our matter is opposite to nirvana.

    Second, it is not something horrible, but opposite, it is very peaceful, silent, immovable,
    there is no any danger.



    If I see it, If I feel it, there are must be some methods to reveal it in a scientific way. to explore.



    If anybody who is really is interested in this work, i can send material evidence of nirvana,

    and description, how to create mini-lab of nirvana.
     
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  3. spidergoat Venued Serial Membership Valued Senior Member

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    I meditated for 5 years and realized the everything is only what we name it. Reality eludes accurate description.
     
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  5. Yazata Valued Senior Member

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    You may have had some kind of extraordinary experience while you were meditating, but I'm doubtful that the experience that you describe has very much to do with what the Buddhists call 'nirvana'.

    This is one reason why it might be best to practice meditation under the direction of a competent teacher. Many experiences are possible while meditating that can be misleading if they are misinterpreted.
     
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  7. spidergoat Venued Serial Membership Valued Senior Member

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    Nirvana isn't something, it's the absence of something. The absence or minimization of the normal typical controlling ego interjecting itself between you and your perceptions. It is possible our descriptions of it differ.
     
  8. Anew Life isn't a question. Banned

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    Nirvana is an interesting subject.

    Once I sort of defined Nirvana in human form as 'Bliss Consistency', and then gandered ^ how to achieve such in day to day life..?
    With the thought of 'Bliss Consistency' as a platform

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    i'll say my journey has been and is interesting.

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  9. Gage Registered Senior Member

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    Sounds like a mushroom experience I had once.

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