IF (and that's a big IF) you realize something is an illusion and
identify it as such, you can qualify it as much as you'd like.
BUT (and that's a bodacious booty) if you're saying something is not
an illusion you shouldn't use qualifiers. For example, you wouldn't
talk about 'my Buddha Nature and your Buddha Nature, or good Buddha
Nature and Bad Buddha Nature, etc...; would you?
--- In Zen_Forum@yahoogroups.com, "Fitness63" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> From: Bill Smart<as soon as you enter into a
> dualistic despription of chi, assigning it such qualities as
> universal chi, good chi, bad chi, feminine chi, masuline chi, stong
> weak chi, etc..., you are no longer talking about chi, you're just
> about some illusions and attachments you have in regards to the
> Chi is an illusion anyway, so why not qualify your illusions. After
> they are part of the real world and thus there are all kinds.
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