Records of our past remain intact “forever”

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      Hi Lal and others:

      In many posts you have stated that our past memories remain intact in a “mind plane” forever. So we are able to recollect past lifes as far as we can by accessing that resource.

      The reasonable question that comes up is: 

      A) maybe you probably used the colloquial sense of the word “forever,” meaning really long, long time, but not eternal.

      That would imply even a Buddha can’t trace a beginning even if he wanted to.

      B) time doesn’t exist in the mind plane, so there can be “eternalism.” 

      That would imply the mind plane is “not a part of this world.”

      To which of the two points do you adhere?





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