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This opinion pops up in time to time in other Mahayana scriptures, although I'm not aware of it being in the Pali Canon.
On the other hand, the Vimalakirti Sutra teaches that maleness and femaleness, like other phenomenal distinctions, are essentially unreal.
I wonder about the dichotomy between being satisfied with what you have and being open to having more. So they filled up their bags and turned around and headed home.
The other man decided, "oh, this hemp is good enough for me." Well, they continued walking and what did they find? Gosh, when I first heard this story it threw me for such a loop. I think it's about loving what you have but also taking something better if it comes along. I think it's about having the courage to choose heaven, having the courage to live in heaven. I know there's no right answer, and I just have to do what I think is right, but it's just throwing me SO for a loop right now, SO off balance, I was wondering what your experiences have been with these kinds of situations?
Some women have been ordained as Theravada nuns in the presence of these Mahayana nuns, although this is hugely controversial in some patriarchal Theravada monastic orders. I've been told the nuns of Taiwan enjoy higher status in their country than the monks do.
The Zen tradition also has some formidable women Zen masters in its history.
People's paths involve all kinds of different things.
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The Buddha admitted there was no reason a woman could not be enlightened.
There was more than enough for both of them, but the first man still decided to hang onto the hemp. But at the same time there is something so spiritual about it. But Pema Chodron talks about taking off your armour, about living at your edge, and I met this girl that has just blown a gasket out of my life.
" He emptied his bag of the silver and filled it with the diamonds. And while dating is not very zen, being intimate with someone (again) scares the living crap out of me.
The myriad schools and sects do not follow the same scriptures; texts that are central to some schools are not recognized as authentic by others. For example, the Larger Sukhavati-vyuha Sutra, also called the Aparimitayur Sutra, is one of three sutras that provide the doctrinal basis of the Pure Land school.
This sutra contains a passage usually interpreted to mean that women must be reborn as men before they can enter Nirvana.