I registered on this forum because I have a few questions that could be hard to answer only by reading the books I own...
I lived in Japan for 5 years (when 11-16 years old), and when I came back to France, I became more and more interested in Buddhism. Some years after, I took refuge and practiced meditation on a daily basis.
But with time, my spiritual views changed. I learned a lot about theosophy, which became my main "spiritual school".
Still, buddhism is a huge part of my beliefs.
I recently learned about Tendai buddhism, and it stroke me that it seems to take from a lot of schools (like the fact it's somehow between vajrayana and mahayana).
Do you think that it could be the right buddhist path for me, considering my belief system is based on Theosophy ?
I'm not trying to mix everything up, but I consider (thanks to C.G Jung) that all spiritual and religious modern systems are different "readings" of a prima religion, so that there is truth in every modern religion.
Still, I'm not really searching in buddhism for a religion, but for a path to reach enlightment, of course.
I'm interested in Tendai cause it seems enough "syncretistic" to fit in my theosophic system.
I hope I've been clear enough, sorry if some parts don't make sense : my english is far from perfect
Thanks a lot for reading (and even more, answering