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  1. I don't think so. But the line is thin. Nirvana is the attainment of the highest point of consciousness. And non-existence is a general term about something that does not exist, from the point of view of an existing person. That is, when a person talks about non-existence, he most often does not mean achievement. But if a person wanted true non-existence, the only way for him is to reach paranirvana.

    In other words, the term “nirvana” implies not only the result, but also the path.

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