Infinite wrote:I know many ask which Sangha is right for them but that isn't what I am after with this post. My question is are there any kind of warning signs I should be aware of when looking at Sanghas? Like is there some kind of behavior or mentality that should raise red flags about the nature of the group? I've just been curious as I have already been looking over the Sanghas in the northern part of why State for when I finally transfer to see where I would like to visit and get a feel for the place. So I figured I could ask here about anything I should be aware of or questions I should ask.
justsit wrote:A list of controversial teachers/groups to be avoided here.
Wesley1982 wrote:I'm under the impression that you would have to journey/travel to the Eastern regions where Buddhism originated.
LightSeed wrote:Wesley1982 wrote:I'm under the impression that you would have to journey/travel to the Eastern regions where Buddhism originated.
To find a sangha?!
Wesley1982 wrote:In the Eastern regions of upper India, the country of Nepal, and crossing the border of Nepal and to Tibet is where the real Sangha communities are.
Wesley1982 wrote:I know its unrealistic but I can show you on a map where Buddhism originated in its native lands.
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