By Chögyam Trungpa
Chögyam Trungpa’s in-depth exploration of the 4 Noble Truths—the foundational Buddhist instructing concerning the starting place of agony and its cessation—emphasizes their profound relevance not only as an suggestion once we set out at the course, yet at another second of our lives in addition, exhibiting how we will sign up for view (intellectual knowing) of the educating with useful program for you to interrupt agony earlier than it arises.
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213-24 (Ditthisamyutta). Milinda Panko, pp. 144 ff. Abhidharma Kosabka~ya, Appendix (Pudgala-viniscaya). MK, XXVII, and also XXII and XXV; ASP, pp. 269 ff. Mahfivyutpatti, p. 64 (§2o6); Dharmasangraha, p. 67. 3 Majjh. N. I, 426 ff. N. ) The 'Silence' of the Buddha and the Beginnings of the Dialectic 37 whence it came, who aimed it etc. The wounded man would have died before he got satisfactory answers to his questions. The moral drawn is that metaphysical enquiries are unnecessary and can even prove harmful to spiritual life.
Contemporaneously or slightly earlier, there occurred a revolution in the Philosophy of Language, and an absolutism of the Logos (Sabda-Brahma-vada) through an analysis of the symbolic consciousness was reached by Bhartrhari in his V tikyapadiya. This revolution in the Upani~adic tradition was not attained without outside help. Absolutism in Buddhism (both the Madhyamika Siinyata and Yogacara Vijfiapti-Matrata) actually preceded it by several centuries. There is ample evidence not only of precedence but of influence as well.
AKV. p. 697· The Two Traditions in Indian Philosophy 27 substance (atman) is the foundation of Buddhism down the ages. Santarak~ita says that all heretical philosophers have made their position untenable by adhering to the atman. 1 In later scholastic Buddhism, the denial of the self is fully worked out with all its implications; its metaphysics, epistemology and spiritual discipline were brought in full accord with this basic tenet. There was elaboration and deepening of the original teaching of Buddha and not distortion or falsification.
The Truth of Suffering and the Path of Liberation by Chögyam Trungpa