¿Hay un solo nibbana, o múltiples nibbanas?
En consecuencia, lo que impide el logro del Nibbana no es la naturaleza de la realidad, sino las suposiciones injustificadas que no lo hacen ajustarse a la naturaleza de la realidad. Lo que llega a su fin cuando el Nibbana que es obtenido no es el mundo, en lugar de una interpretación equivocada del mundo.
Y. Karunadasa, Enseñanza budista temprana, p.117
What takes place when Nibbana is attained is not a change in the nature of reality but a change in our perspective of the nature of reality. The fact of impermanence is not a problem in itself. This fact becomes a problem when it is wrongly considered as permanence. This is what is called “perception of permanence in impermanence.” In the same way, the absence of a self entity is not a problem in itself. It’s absence becomes a problem only when one considers what is not a self as a self entity. This is what is called “perception of self and what is not the self.” [AN.II.52 ] Accordingly, what prevents the attainment of Nibbana is not the nature of reality, but the unwarranted assumptions which do not
conform to the nature of reality. What comes to an end when Nibbana is obtained is not the world, rather a wrong interpretation of the world.
Y. Karunadasa, Early Buddhist Teaching, p.117