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Alright, let's go back to what you said about sentient beings in post #33There is an objective mind and a subjective mind. I would think it is the objective mind that might lend itself to delusion, not a subjective mind.
Is the source of the feelings a sentient being experiences in the objective mind, the subjective mind, or somewhere else? The place that a sentient being experiences feelings or emotions is surely in the subjective mind, no? How can a sentient being have the capacity to experience feelings without a subjective mind?Last I checked a Sentient Being is something that is able to feel and perceive, and show awareness or responsiveness. Nothing about subjective reality.