Re: [TBG] help
- Now upon reflecting on this, maybe there was no intention to attach a video here: v=d/t
My favorite NY Times story about Buddhist accomplishments can be seen here:
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Sherab Gyatso" <sherabgyatso@...> wrote:
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> --- In email@example.com, "dorjeshonnu" <dorjeshonnu@> wrote:
> > seanpedersen1985@ wrote:
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> > > I do not believe those things are possible;
> > here is a view to accept or reject. v=d/t, methodological naturalism, and so on, are not going to help you in any way when you will be already dying. as contact through the body becomes more distant and disappears, whether quickly or slowly in your instance, what remains then as basis for migration of this mind also remains as basis for those accomplishments and their possibility. that they cannot be produced in life on a basis of whim is no testament to any invalidity - the burden of proof merely sits with any proponent, as should be acknowledged by any proponent, and as is only scientifically sound.
> > in this time it is absurdly unlikely to find an opportunity to become a witness, let alone experience most of these accomplishments firsthand.
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"rajkiran_ingle" <rajkiran_ingle@...> wrote:
>it seems this man had some personal ideas, and some categories with which he judged religion in general. buddhism best suited his social interests, out of a handful of broadly conceived religious systems, and only after he used the machete of his personal ideas to cut the buddha dharma into pieces most convenient to him.
> he directed the path of buddhism by comparing the knowledge of all
one can find comparisons of view which are more legitimate, thorough, and substantive, especially in the lineages from padmasambhava. perhaps they should not be reproduced here in full, from the chalpas to the nine yanas, but some person may know of a publicly available text that you could consult. or perhaps some details can appear here if some interest is displayed.
> and you question about meditation which is just like a question thatif one is not trying to wake up, why use this word budh in any way? social reform can be beneficial, but one cannot confuse dana with prajna and so on. so a question about method is precisely this: what was this person doing to wake up.
> does your parents do the same thing as you are doing. that, they
> left this on people and people study buddhism and practise
gautama taught that right view is particularly important. regardless of whether you or your parents are performing actions to wake up, there will be a view involved with those actions, which informs the purpose, causes and effects, of that activity. if there is no activity related to wakefulness, there is no soteriology in praxis, and what you have is no longer a religion but merely a social movement.