Every time I see my father, I go through a cycle. A life in suffering – a samsara that I have to accept in silence -, a liberation in dying – when I go again -, a death – when I am free from him – and at the next visit a rebirth in suffering. Through thousands of cycles I go alone with him in one life. One life contains infinitely many lives.
The spiritualized man experiences the samsara in every minute he spends with the people of the mind. There he experiences his existence in suffering. If he leaves the mind people, then it is like dying. If he is with himself, then it is like death. If he comes back together with the mind people, then it is rebirth into suffering. In one life cycle of many years, there can be infinite cycles of birth, life, death and dying. Each mind-man can mean for the mind-man (and also for his mind-fellows) a whole life in suffering. Thus, in our lifetime we live an infinite number of times, die an infinite number of times, are dead and are reborn. In one life we can already reach the last realizations by passing through the small cycles of suffering.