Seishin wrote:This view is more akin to forms of Hinduism. Maybe you might be happier following that path as you'll only find conflict with your views if you continue to follow Buddhism.
gregkavarnos wrote:Mainly, at the stage most of us are at, not having a good teacher is the main obstacle. Who is your teacher jonaz?
And a welcome guest you are!jonaz108 wrote:gregkavarnos wrote:Mainly, at the stage most of us are at, not having a good teacher is the main obstacle. Who is your teacher jonaz?
I agree absolutely! if we need a teacher to learn simple things as reading, what to say
when it comes to the most complex and transcendental science of the soul!
As I said, I am not a Buddhist. I have a few shiksha (instruction) Gurus in
a different vedic tradition, and right now, I am exploring the beautiful nectarean
ocean of the teachings of Buddhism.
God manifests different aspects of His knowledge in every tradition, so, as a servant
of God, right now I am your (Buddhists) guest!
plwk wrote:Whatever path is in your way john, may you be well & happy
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