Daniel Ingram, from Mastering the Core Teachings of the Buddha fame:1)Das Buch ist kürzlich in 2. Auflage erschienen
Luminosity is both a useful and possibly very misleading term.
Here’s what it is doesn’t mean: that a person will suddenly see things more brightly, that there will be more light in things than the standard amount, or anything like that.
Here’s what it points to, said a number of equivalent ways:
1) In the seeing, just the seen. In the hearing, just the heard. In cognition, just the cognized. In feeling, just the felt… This standard line from the Bahiya of the Bark Cloth Sutta in the Udana is one of the most profound there is in the whole of the Pali Canon. It means that sensations are just sensations, simply that, with no knower, doer, be-er (not beer, as that is a beverage), or self in them to be found at all.
2) Point one, taken in its logical inverse, means that the „light“ of awareness is in things where they are, including all of the space between/around/through them equally.
3) Said another way, things just are aware/manifest/occurring where they are just as they are, extremely straightforwardly.
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