mr. gordo wrote:
You seem to like ignoring the statements made by people in this thread concerning samayas, and my signature. Repeating yourself incessantly with inane examples does not justify it either.
You're perfectly right mr. g - we're all missing the important point here, which is, clearly -
The word is "burgled"....NOT "burglarized", which constitutes an singularal manglarization of the language.
By the bye out of interest, what WOULD happen if you wife went into labour while you were waiting for your next samaya session...Would you have to seek absolution the next day...? I'm curious about the rules surrounding your practice now. What about if you yourself had a heart attack and were laid up in hospital in a coma for 5 weeks, what are the rules in such cases.
How old are you, man? Seriously, you're acting like a child. It's also puzzling to see you minimize and belittle the "rules" of samaya, which are explained in tantras such as these that you mention below and fawn over:
Whether that's true or not, the Manjushrinamasamgiti, the Guhyagarbha Tantra, and Laghusamvara and
Hevajra and Kalacakra and Tattvasamgraha and Durgatishodhana all the ocean of millions of mantras and dharanis and stotras and rddhividyas pronounced by all Buddhas andb bodhisattvas are not silly prayers as you prosaically name them by any means in fact they are great holy mantras with indescribable and miraculous spiritual power..!
So, for you, which is it??? Is it holy, inseparable from wisdom, and full of power, or is it silly and neurotic?