Reflections on Dhamma in the Forest Kammatthana tradition.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
The Knowledge of Not Knowing
The outflows are due to the ignorance of them.
That ignorance is dependent on it not being known.
Thus the outflows are knowable and their originating conditions are equally knowable: in the not knowing of them.
Thus their cessation is equally knowable, the knowledge of that original not knowing.
Thus the way leading to their future non arising comes from the knowledge, of the knowledge, of that initial not knowing.