Dechen Norbu wrote:
I still don't see what that has to do with this topic...
Have you heard about the four brahma viharas, especially mudita, empathetic joy? This is rejoicing in the accomplishments of oneself or another person, in the virtue and prosperity of sentient beings.
It has two enemies, one near and the other called the far enemy: the near is exuberance, hypocrisy or affectation and the far enemy is resentment, jealousy and envy.
Give this a good thought as rejoicing in the virtue and prosperity of others is a positive quality that should be developed.
That is more important than worrying about the flourishing of "dual Buddhisms", whatever that might be, and is the right attitude to approach this topic. It's good that there are inspiring practitioners. Since the Buddhadharma traveled to the West, I hope we can find many inspiring practitioners here too.
So, once again,
I add what I mean. Me is thaught by preferences, minds' clinging is only cheating ourselves.
The clinging to posts is a problem. Is it that what you mean? Then agree! "The clinging", not the phenomena, object! Then I see no qualities in worldly fame. Inspiration has no nationality.
What about dual buddhism, very sad indeed, it has no importance. Listen no need to sell rightenesses but just point to how me is told, genuine spiritual friends must not be seen through own ideas when we seek inspirations or connect with honest spiritual ones. Not to see all the wrong ones who need a lesson and the good ones who get my smile, as this is not buddhism for me. That is why I reacted here right now.