gregkavarnos wrote:Okay. These snide "country club" references are of no help to anybody (especially Motova) and I think you will find that nobody (as far as I have read) is trying to "pull rank" on Motova about their experiences. I think you will find that the majority of people have been saying that experiences are just that: experiences and that Motova should really be looking at find a qualified teacher to explain these experiences to them (and give them practices).
And Tobes, I am sorry, but you know very well that in Buddhism in general, and Tibetan Buddhism specifically, meditational experiences are not subjects for public discussion. Mainly because it may act as a cause for an unexperienced practitioner to further reify their experiences. Jnana and Simon E. have both referred to "nimitta", Motova would do well to research this term.
If Motova wishes to discuss his experiences with people via Private Message, it is completely up to them, accounts of and discussion concerning his specific experiences in this thread are now officially over.
I anybody wishes to post some more in- depth information or links to nimitta now would be a good time to do it.
PS No more teasing and snide remarks.
Well to be fair, those aren't meditation experiences but my typical day to day experience.