I have no doubts that you meant well and were not motivated to harm anybody so, again, please accept my apologies for the sarcastic and ironic tone of my post.
I find for myself it is important to keep in mind two things: How difficult it is sometimes to seperate truth from delusion and the extremelly wise and intelligent aphorism that "the road to hell is paved with good intentions".
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"Meditation is familiarisation with realisation"
Jigten Sumgon Gonchig: The Single Intent, the Sacred Dharma
"Oh great bodhisattva, you ought to understand the quintessence in this way: Whatever appears is one in its suchness. It cannot be falsified by anyone. The sovereign of unconceptualised sameness dwells in the spirit of the Dharmakaya which cannot be cognised."
The All Creating Sovereign, Mind of Perfect Purity.