Oral traditions and the lack of doctrines
The story of the sages in deep meditation
For a modern reader the claim that realisation happens in turya or deep absorption raises more questions than it answers. In the Katha it was unclear whether this understanding’ happened while alive and meditating, or in death. If it happened while meditating, how is cognition possible, when the mind is empty and still? If it happens in death, how is the soul/mind/self (?) able to think, if it is dead? Finally, regardless exactly when the cognition happened, how is it possible to recollect the liberating event, as the dead cannot talk and the still mind cannot remember? How did the sages find out?
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