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Sönam wrote:alpha wrote:well...i understand that.... but if there is this danger where some people may spread misinformation and disclose aspects of the teaching which should be kept secret then i think that such forum shouldnt exist
It's a point of view ... on another hand, it is helpful to have the possibility to question knowledgable one, like Namdrol, on detail points or on text we don't have access because we do not read Tibetan. ChNNR always encourages us to question olders practitioners.
And it's true that from time to time there is a game of power, but since the time most of us are connected together (e-sangha time) it has worked pretty well ... I've learn a lot from those exchanges ...
Dronma wrote:I should ask only my teachers or old practitioners who I know personally and I trust enormously.
Sönam wrote:Dronma wrote:I should ask only my teachers or old practitioners who I know personally and I trust enormously.
and that can also be the case on a forum ... some old practitioners are also presents, with the time you can also recognize them.
Dronma wrote:Namdrol wrote:śūnyatā is a term in Indian mathematics which means 0.
Sure, there is no doubt about that. But zero can manifest only zero, according to mathematics.
So, "this" which is manifesting everything and it is full of potentialities cannot be zero!
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