AJAHN MUNINDO PDFJune 18, 2020
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According to this teaching — which I am sure is entirely contrary to the Way of Jesus — God loves good and hates evil.
The good ones he embraces and takes up to heaven where they have a good time forever, and the bad ones he chucks into hell where they have a bad time forever. We end up eternally taking sides for muninod against ourselves — and it is terrible, it tears us apart.
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With simple, careful, umnindo, patient attention we can recognise them as a tendency of mind. They are not the mind itself! They are not who and what we are. And having seen them, little by little, we are less caught up in them.
We come to know the judging mind as it is.
The judging mind is just so. There is nothing inherently wrong with the judging mind. Its ability to evaluate and discriminate is an important part of the intelligence that we as human beings use for our safety and muninso.
The problem is that its influence has become disproportionately large in our day-today living, and it never wants to be quiet! Through careful feeling-investigation we can come to see this hyperactivity for what it is and allow the discriminative function to resume its proper place.
We experience whatever is happening muninxo our full attention but with calmness and some degree of equanimity.
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In each moment that we see the judging mind objectively — just as it is — we purify the underlying view that we have of life. I would suggest that if we have the agility to move in and out of these various umnindo we will become adept at addressing very complex issues.
In our daily life we can usefully set time aside, perhaps thirty minutes each day, to sit in formal meditation, and this agility will grow. Even ten minutes of well-spent sitting, being still and going back to the basic feeling of a total non-judgemental relationship with life, to perfect receptivity to the moment, can be of great benefit.
Call it meditation, call it contemplation, call it whatever you like! It is a way of putting some time aside to value this part of life, to keep this faculty alive.
And I trust ajwhn, as we emerge into the more mundane workaday activity of our lives, in which we engage with people in situations and make decisions and so forth, we will find that we have a firmer foundation. The decisions we make will be informed by an underlying clear view.
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