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« Reply #15 on: November 26, 2016, 04:46:26 am »
Hi bouth of you.

Like i said; please stick to the subject.

The fact that you are trying to undermine, my arguments by ignoring my points, and talk about how i may have a personality disorder, show the pure insanity of your culture.

FYI, everybody has a personality disorder, and most likely, most of you people who are believers of this hocus pocus religion, are in the catagory of "Schizopal"!
I would very much like you to take a look at your own personal dissorders, since it is so obvious, that you have some serious mental disterpents of your own.

How about that argument? Do you still want me to follow your advice, or are you going to find out, why you are soo deeply involved in some hoax cult yourself?
Like i already said, im my previous post. "You have no selfinsight, what soo ever", you are living in the total absence of reality, only do you regard anyone who bad mouth your crazy believesystem, as someone who need psychatric help. LOL, only if you knew anything about the different personality dissorders, you would know how much you likely to have one yourself.

This forum is such a joke, because you are soo wrong, and you have no idea what you are talking about. Apart from what your narcissistic gurus tell you. What a clucking joke.
The most funny thing about it, is that even your arguments about, me needing mental help, is such a petty advice, because you do not even realize how traumatised you are yourself.
But if you want to take this disscision in to a terapeutic discution, go ahead!

Vincent: i give a f... about what meditation retreats make you sign. You did not understand my point to begin with, but feel free to view yourself as a normal person. Personaly i could attemt that meditation course without any regards to medical history. Soo what is your point? Are you saying, that because i see your cult as a hoax, i must be in medical treatment, what a nasty argument.
You are giving me the creap.

But Ron, i am here to study buddhism, however i ended up with a different result than you, soo when the desire too get real or acknoledge your own personality disorder, i urge you to return. Beacuse your argument is based on one truth only, you are soo narrowminded, it is a clear indication on how brainwashed you really are. My concelor? Please tell me who my "concelor" is! I did not know i had one. Would it not be nice if i knew i had one, instead of keeping it a secret for me Ron? Is there anything else i need to know about my life Ron, that you are not telling me, LOL.

Nice try guys. But you need to forward your post inward, and seek help yourself. and for a last remark, you are also wrong about buddhism not being a cult. But that seem to be an overall subject in your cult. You are soo disillutioned, and your inlightment is soo out of context.

Wtf.

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« Reply #16 on: November 26, 2016, 04:54:13 am »
Anybody has something to say, stay on the subject.

Do not derail this post any longer. Feel free to start your own post, but do not derail this one.

Stay on the subject.

If you can not stay on the subject, do not care to comment.

Thank you.
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Re: Non-violence
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2016, 07:00:45 am »
Forget "professional counseling." This calls for an exorcist!
My first formal meditation training was with Shunryu Suzuki in the 60's and later with Kobun, Robert Aitken and many other teachers (mainly zen). However, I've spent the most time practicing on my own, which is all I do now. I'm living in a rather isolated area so I miss connecting with other practitioners. Despite my interest in zen I've made an effort to remain secular. You can visit my website at http://www.frogzen.com

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« Reply #18 on: November 27, 2016, 07:52:33 am »
Forget "professional counseling." This calls for an exorcist!

lol. Does it now? I take it that you disagree then, lol. still no comments on the subject, only passive agressive comments and gaslighting. You are good, but i read you.

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« Reply #19 on: November 27, 2016, 10:15:51 am »
It’s hard to respond intelligently to your rants about Buddhism being a cult, when you don’t cite much in the way of specifics. Buddhism is vast and diverse, so one can’t generalize.

Some forms of Mahayana Buddhism, especially Tibetan, involve “guru worship,” which might have worked in Tibet, but has not translated well to the West, where it has resulted in some cult-behavior when combined with our tendency towards celebrity-worship. Zen has also been guilty of such behavior. So what else is new?

Many of us have benefited greatly from Buddhist meditation practices without succumbing to infantile cult-behavior. No one is forcing you to practice, which I gather you have not done much of.
My first formal meditation training was with Shunryu Suzuki in the 60's and later with Kobun, Robert Aitken and many other teachers (mainly zen). However, I've spent the most time practicing on my own, which is all I do now. I'm living in a rather isolated area so I miss connecting with other practitioners. Despite my interest in zen I've made an effort to remain secular. You can visit my website at http://www.frogzen.com

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« Reply #20 on: November 27, 2016, 11:51:11 am »
Well it is likewise hard to respond intelliently to your rants about buddhism not beeing a cult, when you site from such hard evidence, that buddhism is vast and diverse.

Tibetan buddhism belong to the original tradition, like it was at the time of the Buddha, with make it a good place to start, when analyzing the buddhist tradition, appart perhaps from the zen tradition.

The original buddhist cult 2500 years ago, was a hindu sidebranch, as is the Tibetan buddhist cult of today. The tradition include a soo called leader/guru, who will then take charge of the orginasation, and the relationship with the local society. Taking offerings, and worship and respect.
They even take small children, all in the name of Buddha, and the enlightment.

Then we have all the supernatual nonsense you are trying to put in to People's mind, in ordre to get the mental upperhand, since demons and ghosts and goblings are comming for you at night, if you do not respect the scriptures. That is the same old religious nonsense, we hear in all the cults, and it is a proven and very critisized way of manipulating People's mind, in to certain thourght patterns, that is going to alter a persons mind, and eventualy brainwash the person in to a special mindset, that will benefit the cult, in order to serve the guru, like a brainless zombie.

The role buddhism play in asian society for 2500 years, just goes to show that buddhism is following the strict hindu traditions, regarding children and women rights. I can asure you, that i am not interested in any if your hokus pokus cult in my country. You are all the same, all you religious people. You just want what is best for your own interest. However you have no proff of anything. The mindfullness and meditation is already inside of us, but you all want to own the world, and to do tings your way.

« Last Edit: November 27, 2016, 12:41:49 pm by Rune »
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« Reply #21 on: November 27, 2016, 02:40:18 pm »

 ..... I can asure you, that i am not interested in any if your hokus pokus cult in my country. You are all the same, all you religious people. ....

Hi once again Rune, just wondering what country you come from and what belief systems you follow or grew up with.
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« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2016, 02:14:25 am »
Well, i come from Congo, we are a corupt republic, with a lot of neputism. My believesystem growing up, was that of what Sylvester Stallone, since i was a huge fan, and my highest wish was to become either Rambo or Rocky (most Rambo).

My believesystem as of now, is common-sence. Sometimes i even listen to my instincts.

« Last Edit: November 28, 2016, 04:05:03 am by Rune »
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« Reply #23 on: November 28, 2016, 06:17:18 am »
Hi Rune, thanks for that.

Republic of the Congo or Democratic Republic of Congo?   

According to wiki, both countries are predominantly Christian. Is that still true?

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« Reply #24 on: November 28, 2016, 06:57:09 am »
I come from the republic of Congo, and we are not christian, we use black magic and witch doctor.

We are not Christian, but people outside africa do not understand witchcraft. Soo we tell them a lie.

Please ask your trick question!
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« Reply #25 on: November 29, 2016, 04:12:44 am »
Hi Rune,

There is no trick question. I was just wondering where you came from and why you were so heavily biased against Buddhism. With a name like Rune, I was thinking Nordic.

However, I did read up on witchcraft practices in the Congo, and all I can say is the problem is with Christianity, not with Buddhism. It seems especially bad in the DR Congo, not so bad in the Republic of the Congo. 

The offer is still open if you want to learn about Buddhism.

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« Reply #26 on: November 29, 2016, 07:03:15 am »
That is fine. Now we been updated on the situation in Congo. Thank you for the chit chat. Anything else you like to know? I had coffee and toast for breakfast.

The whole "biased" thing, may come to you as a surprize, but i tried to the best of my ability to clerify the matter. I can only advice you to read my previous posts, that you in fact already reply to, in order for me not spend soo much time, in repeating myself, over and over. That is the smart thing about writing in a forum. You can always go back and track previous posts.

To an outsider, it seems more like you are "closing in on the prey", with your small talk apperence, but i simply do not buy your explanation.
What does my name or country has to do with anything, other than redicule my statements, in order to make me look like a fool.
However that trick is called "gaslighting", in psychological terms, and you might get away with it in your cult, it is not working on me.

I call you out, as a narcissist, who now show a demonstration of power, by not taking my arguments serious.
Please keep posting your redicules comments, soo we can establish a pattern in your behaviour.

Good luck.
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« Reply #27 on: November 29, 2016, 08:01:29 am »
I have one more question; why does most of the soo called buddhist gurus, have such a cold and dead aura? Soo many of your gurus look like they are dead. What is up with that? Don't brush me of, i can easily come up with hardcore examples. Why does buddhist loose their aura, or have it turn lifeless?
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