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Offline Solodris

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The Ordination of Modern tradition
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Re: The Ordination of Modern tradition
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2017, 01:08:44 pm »
Provisional deduction maintaining direction, sustaining mindfulness in timeless heedfulness.
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Re: The Ordination of Modern tradition
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2017, 02:08:22 pm »

The Vajrayana practice should be founded on providing for these needs as a product of the understanding gained in the graduation of the various practices. This is the responsibility of creating conditions that nurture spiritual development towards meeting the fulfillment of desires in a pragmatic manner. Consider this as the distribution of wealth in well-being that culminates current needs in the modern spirituality that is progressive both in current needs and future needs. There must be a foundation in understanding both the surrounding environment and the experience of the current environment as we progress towards a goal of sustaining both desire and conceptual thought towards the nurturing of existential horizons. A school that graduates Vajrasattvas with the observational skills to keep in touch with human nature, gather a lucid understanding of modern and conceptual conditions that result in suffering and provides the means for fulfilling desires for the forging of a future that is both sustainable and desirable for everyone.

Until you'v been formally introduced to the practices and thought behind Vajrayana, it would be best not to speculate, because you will, invaiably, get it wrong, just as you have here.

And the first Rule of Vajrayana is:  Don't talk about Vajrayana.  This is not because it's some great big secret.  It's because, most people don't get it.  Yes, and maybe that's a patronizing attitude, but it's not meant to be.  It's an observation.  Most people don't "get" Vajrayana.

People who know nothing will come along and because your prattle seems so pithy, think that's what Vajrayana is about..  You, then, are messing with their karma.  Don't do that.
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