Thread: If we are all one then why the rush to reunify?

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    If we are all one then why the rush to reunify?

    After having the experience of Satori for myself, I can't shift the thought of why I should try to get back to the point of oneness.

    By reaching that point I will have completed the game I was playing with myself of pretending to be separate, then the game with start again. If I rush to reunify myself with the source of all things then I will ultimately end up back here lost in the game.

    If I choose not to reunify and use my knowledge to treat this life for the illusion that it is and just enjoy it as a holiday away from reality then does it really matter?

    My question is, does it really matter if I indulge in every pleasure it has to offer? If so, why? This is, after all my creation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo One
    If we are all one...
    Hi NeoOne,

    The historical Buddha didn't teach that "we are all one".

    This article "We Are Not One" by Ven Thanissaro Bhikkhu might be helpful :


    https://tricycle.org/magazine/we-are-not-one/



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