#111 The Three Faults

8/15/2018, 4:00:00 AM , duration(0:0:2)
Society & Culture
<ol> <li>The invention of an empirical self that observes itself</li> <li>Viewing one’s thoughts as a kind of object or possession, situating it in a separate, isolated part of itself – I “have” a mind</li> <li>The striving to wipe the mirror</li> </ol> <p>These three faults are the mistakes and obstacles that we make in our seeking for consciousness.</p> <p>Fault 1 is about ego-consciousness and our identification with our egos and our intelligence.</p> <p>Fault 2 is about giving too much power to our thoughts and our cleverness.</p> <p>Fault 3 is about believing we can attain enlightenment through outwitting reality and possessing an empty mind.</p> <p>Join Shannon and Sharon as they discuss the Three Faults, and how they affect our journey towards enlightenment.</p> <p>Full notes at <a href= "https://www.brucelee.com/podcast/">BruceLee.com/podcast</a></p> <p>Help support the Bruce Lee Podcast and <a href= "https://shop.brucelee.com/collections/podcast-bundle">check out our Podcast Bundle on the Bruce Lee Store!</a> Follow us @Brucelee & write us at <a href= "mailto:hello@brucelee.com">hello@brucelee.com</a></p>