Super powers?Gwenn Dana wrote:Thanks for all the answers.
@Sherab Dorje: I cannot conclude from your words on your motivation, your actions or your interest. Why do you suggest you can do this with mine?
Gwenn Dana wrote:...I´ve been a generalist freestyle practitioner most of my life….
garudha wrote:You are what your deep, driving desire is.
As your desire is, so is your will.
As your will is, so is your deed.
As your deed is, so is your destiny.
Brihadaranyaka Upanishad IV 4.5
Now that's what I call wisdom!
jeeprs wrote:Welcome to the Forum, Moron.
As you say you are not a native English speaker, you might consider looking up the user name you have chosen before making a lot more posts.
It might convey a negative impression.
dude wrote:No, you're not delusional.
It really does work that way.
Intention formed in the mind and expressed in words affects all the environment.
Adi wrote:Gwenn Dana wrote:...I´ve been a generalist freestyle practitioner most of my life….
If you spend all your time developing your own sense of self, your own self's language and your own way of things it is not reasonable to expect anyone else will understand you unless you do a lot of explaining and contextualizing.
The intention of most Buddhists is to liberate themselves from the chains of self and suffering, not reinforce the experience by making a bigger and better self.
And yes, in Mahayana intention and motivation are absolutely crucial.
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