Non-duality is a concept. Can we get to non-duality without first contemplating the concept that brings us into an understanding of the concept of non-duality?
Hi Dion! I seem to need some help here. What do you mean by "get to non-duality"?
Dion , is your question rhetorical? And I'm curious as to what is "the concept that brings us into an understanding of the concept of non-duality?"
By "get to non-duality", I mean the acceptance of the concept of non-duality.
what is "the concept that brings us into an understanding of the concept of non-duality?"The concept itself is what brings non-duality into our consciousness. Without the concept of non-duality, what would the mind or the oneness behind the mind accept?
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With non-duality, all questions are rhetorical.
Thanks for the clarification.The word Non-duality is, of course, conceptual. However, I use it in an attempt to point to "Non-objectivity" or "Omni-presence" which "transcends and includes" its apparent division into subject and object, aka, duality.Since all our suffering stems from identification with the apparent "subject", the questions may feel more than "merely rhetorical".