Does attaining suchness of existents equate entering the realm of no ego?


Entering the realm of no ego, all emotions, all time and space, all

concepts of being human and being self are instantaneously laid down

and relinquished. The mind spirit attains a purest, most thoroughly

unattached state, depicted in the sutras as one of no attachment to

self, no attachment to the doctrine, nonexistence of ego.

Exiting the sitting meditation, tackle with reality reassumes, people and

affairs awaiting to be faced are once again faced, life as it should be

lived continues to be lived, and, what' s more, the body stops being

called nonexistent.