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Insight and delusion

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#21

Thank you so much It is so interesting and useful.

metta


#22

This is linked: SuttaStudy 6 Okkanta Samyutta suttas SN 35.1-10


#23

Thanks for sharing.

Interestingly, when i checked the slide on the delusions of the mind containing two drawings, i knew that one of them can be seen as both a duck and a rabbit, while the other looked as an elephant. The context of the presentation implied that the elephant can be seen in a different way, but i could not figure it out which frustrated me!

Expecting things to be in a certain way or otherwise are equally stressful.


#24

Look carefully at the elephant’s legs :wink:


#25

This is where my focus has been, but it remained an elephant :wink:

It can be otherwise, but does it have to?