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Nirvāṇa (Sanskrit: निर्वाण; Pali: निब्बान nibbāna ; Prakrit: णिव्वाण) literally means "blown out", as in a candle. In the Buddhist context nirvana refers to the imperturbable stillness of mind after the fires of desire, aversion, and delusion have been extinguished.

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In the case of the human mind (or any kind of mind), we're not talking as much about physics as about cognitive functions and the capacity for interpretation. Chemistry emerges from Physics and physi …
answered Aug 14 by Brian Díaz Flores
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What we usually understand as happiness is dependent on specific condition, which need to be controlled, arranged, fulfilled and satisfied in order to reach that specific and temporary state. The hap …
answered Feb 27 by Brian Díaz Flores
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I'm just sharing my personal experience on this. I use to find myself caught in papanca very often, which is why I feel this question so close to my heart. When I become aware of proliferation, the …
answered Feb 26 by Brian Díaz Flores
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As seen in the title of this question, I'm not sure whether everyone is able to attain enlightenment. As far as my study and introspective analysis have shown to me, it seems that in order to uproot …
asked Apr 11 by Brian Díaz Flores
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Ignorance is the root which conditions the mind, distorting our perception, thoughts and views. We ignore the emptiness of the khandhas, and assign a permanent, fixed self to "our" actions, thoughts …
answered Mar 27 by Brian Díaz Flores
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If you ask me, I'd argue that "experiencing not-self" does not have to do that much with an specific feeling or sensation, but rather with a change in our paradigms, mental schemes and world-views. Th …
answered Jul 17 by Brian Díaz Flores