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  • rajkiran_ingle
    namo namo, as per my information and teachings of buddhism.no single person,nation have monopoly on buddhism.buddha created his teachings to all without any
    Message 1 of 63 , Jun 26, 2013
      namo namo,
      as per my information and teachings of buddhism.no single person,nation have monopoly on buddhism.buddha created his teachings to all without any discrimination and those who follows discrimination is the sin as per buddhism.and that god or knowledge follows discrimination is not a god or religion.
      and as per your genious opinion about nation and all let me tell you dr.ambedkar directed the people of india to follow buddhism which was vanished in india due to hindusm and islamic attacks.

      --- In tibetanbuddhistgroup@yahoogroups.com, "Sherab Gyatso" <sherabgyatso@...> wrote:
      > --- In tibetanbuddhistgroup@yahoogroups.com, "rajkiran_ingle" <rajkiran_ingle@> wrote:
      > >
      > > namo namo to all my brothers and sisters,
      > > my name is rajkiran and i am from india mumbai.i am buddhist by religion and a lawyer by profession.besides this i am an astrologer and have been conducting research on kundalini meditation.
      > -----------------------
      > There are almost no Buddhist followers in India unless they are Tibetan by nationality or like in northern regions. Or became Buddhist through the Tibetan masters.
      > So, how did you turn out to be a Buddhist?
      > Kundalini as in Hindu type of meditation is not Buddhist, it is a tradition of meditation that you normally do not need to follow if you are very inclined and dedicated and follow Buddhism.
      > >>>i have heared that tibetian buddhism knows some techniques by which one can attain supernatural abilities like remote healing,levitation,remote viewing and speaking,etc.can anyone help me in this regard? i want to connect our monestries to tibetian monestries so that all the divine knowledge could be shared between to buddhisms.
      > --------------------------------
      > Buddhism is a spiritual idea when we say "Buddhism" we also assume perfection in a way that we understand perfection to be. Then there is a very different type of thing, it is some one who works on application of Buddhims in their life "A Buddhist Practitioner" and usually these are more or less regular people that are far from perfect.
      > Now if we understand that we encounter Buddhist Followers(not perfect) and tend to evaluate them from the point of view of Buddhism (perfection as we understand it). It becomes a waste of time.
      > Still I can say that the goal of Buddhism is to come to terms with old age, seekness and death, not get a shortcut of some kind to cheat it. The goal is to use this lifetime to understand this life, then to move to the point of opening up your point of view.
      > At this point it is important to mention that both Buddhist and Hindu followers believe in multiple lives.
      > It is said that Buddha was able to perform all these things that you mentioned, but they were not "supernatural" rather they were natural as a by-product of the enlightened state of the Buddha.
      > See where I am going?
      > Now you talking about monasteries?
      > What monasteries you you mean?
      > There things have place, address, actual monks inside.
      > It's not an abstract idea. Most Buddhist monasteries in India are built by Tibetan refugees, so not even sure what other monasteries you are mentioning here.
      > Yahoo groups surely is not the place to a accomplish any of that, going through a door of one of these many monasteries is.
      > >
    • sallev1
      Well said Sent from Windows Mail From: dorjeshonnu Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎July‎ ‎3‎, ‎2013 ‎9‎:‎08‎ ‎AM To:
      Message 63 of 63 , Jul 3, 2013
        Well said
        Sent from Windows Mail
        From: dorjeshonnu
        Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎July‎ ‎3‎, ‎2013 ‎9‎:‎08‎ ‎AM
        To: tibetanbuddhistgroup@yahoogroups.com

        "rajkiran_ingle" <rajkiran_ingle@...> wrote:

        > he directed the path of buddhism by comparing the knowledge of all
        > religions.

        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.

        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 that
        > does your parents do the same thing as you are doing. that, they
        > left this on people and people study buddhism and practise
        > meditation.

        if 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.

        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.

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