Ernest Henry Shattock. An Experiment in Mindfulness

As I assume, this is the genuine meaning of doctrine “No God, no soul”, adhered by all true Buddhists. It is not lethal, but inspiring belief. God is not denied, but is conceived in much wider statement. Soul gets new abilities and is interpreted in a new way like temporary, changeable, and, finally, vanishing being, having at the back the unity and the integrity of spirit without mind-comprehended attributes creating only uncertain perceived reality. The personality created by a group of reasons and consequences striving to manifesting keeps continuity within a long process of spirit liberation, but it is constantly changing and condemned to decaying. And spirit acting by this personality represents indifferentiated part of an ocean of a spirit whom we call God; and in real it can not be called “soul”.

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