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Objectivity to attain enlightenment

If subjectivity requires objectivity for a reference point and objectivity does not require anything, objectivity must be absolute truth. To align oneself with objective reality would therefore cause one to cease to exist? One would be vibrating at the same frequency of objectivity and one would therefore be God. Is this how Buddha did it? Did he align his subjective reality in complete unison with the objective?

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  • BarrikorBarrikor Member UncommonPosts: 373


    Originally posted by plat0nic
    If subjectivity requires objectivity for a reference point and objectivity does not require anything, objectivity must be absolute truth. To align oneself with objective reality would therefore cause one to cease to exist? One would be vibrating at the same frequency of objectivity and one would therefore be God. Is this how Buddha did it? Did he align his subjective reality in complete unison with the objective?

    I think the path-of-enlightenment that you're looking for is know as "Rigor Mortis". A lot of people have achieved the "vibrating at the same frequency of objectivity" but most people try to avoid it if possible...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rigor_mortis


    Cause one to cease to exist?
    - Yes


    One would therefore be God?
    - No, but one would be with God, unless one goes to the other place instead.


    Is this how Buddha did it?
    - I'd assume so, but there's other ways to go.

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