deepbluehum wrote:If the light bulb goes out, I can do dark retreat. Any circumstance is a practice. Farting lout practice is really high level, if you combine it with guru yoga, Song of Vajra. Wonderful. Easy. Dzogchen is really great. There's no meditative routine, but visions arise. The signs and nyams appear by themselves. Amazing. No discipline, no work. Wonderful. If anyone asks, you tell them, I'm practicing dharma, mastering dharma. They will have to leave you alone and will want to help you. Fantastic. Guru, Deva, Dakini, really the only help I need.
catmoon wrote:I don't think so, it's a legitimate ad hom, if I am not mistaken.
That's me to a "T".deepbluehum wrote:mean [meen]
adjective, -er, -est.
offensive, selfish, or unaccommodating; nasty; malicious: a mean remark; He gets mean when he doesn't get his way.
small-minded or ignoble: mean motives.
penurious, stingy, or miserly: a person who is mean about money.
inferior in grade, quality, or character: no mean reward.
low in status, rank, or dignity: mean servitors.
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