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Old 25-02-2014, 12:07 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by grandmasterp View Post
Yeah, I did read quite a lot on Buddhism some years back. It certainly helps with my clumsiness at times!

However, does it really answer where are we now? To live in the now one would have to have no memories or aspirations, which are part of being attached. A memory consists of a time when we likely were not in the now.

Mindfulness, in fact, would be a witness to our not knowing where we are.
Hence we don't know where heaven is, where hell is. But, as you say, it must exist in the now. And add to that the idea that it must be a vibratory state of being. So discovering that vibratory state should be top of anyone's list. However, hardly any fucker really seems to care, in my experience.
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