This is from Ñanavira’s book Notes on Dhamma:
(There is no doubt that images are frequently made up of elements of past real [five-base] experience; and in simple cases, where the images are coherent and familiar, we speak of memories. But there are also images that are telepathic, clairvoyant, retrocognitive, and precognitive; and these do not conform to such a convenient scheme.
I don’t see how the definitions of scheme fits with ‘images are frequently made up of elements of past real [five-base] experience;’. How is such a thing a scheme?
Does ‘such a convenient scheme’ mean ‘a convenient scheme like this’?
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