tempuserus wrote:regardless who was right and wrong to question a style to question someone rank etc is a high secondary offense, if i see cloudy all the time and half truths how can i become this layperson that i dream off. i concede to thefact maybe yeshe and others like him and 90% right but the other 10% is stil crucial. thanks for setting me straight i will work with a lama and furthur my threapy so i can be a good buddhist and not judge anybody who knows one might be deity and to judge a deity even it looks grim is a no-no . i think though i willlimit my time here so not to cause conflict. i wish all safe jounery. i slept on it and for me i feel like mara. testing you all on your faith.
Don't worry - question away, and I'm sorry if I made you angry. You are not testing my faith at all.
Dreaming is absolutely not a foundation of TB, however, and it is this sort of confused belief which seem to be spinning around with the rest of the visions you are having. If you believe that what you have explained of your visions is akin to Mahamudra again you are incorrect.
Nobody is trying to tell you what to do, but we can advise if you wish, but with no claim to any superiority. From what I read, I can only advise that you need to slow down and conduct analysis, meditate and cogitate with the guidance of a teacher, rather than chase what seem to me to be shimmering mirages. If that's too blunt, I apologise, but so far that's what I see.