Sherab Dorje wrote:It's not a matter of mistakes, the whole thing barely accords with Buddhist theory. I'm not saying his view is right or wrong per se, but it definitely does not accord with a Buddhist perspectivemoron wrote:can you point the mistakes you see in the Oushi postTry this link for a heap of teachings and commentaries on intention.ps.I am specifically interested of how can Intention be used for dispelling obstacles on the path.links to readable text are very welcome.
Thank you Sherab Dorje,
venerable Thanissaro is great.I like this text : http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/auth ... tions.html
it is caled; "The Road to Nirvana Is Paved with Skillful Intentions"
It is easy for understanding for newbies like me.