[28.10.2013 22.59.25] i told you ass hat focus on something productive
[28.10.2013 22.59.38] i didn't give you the link because i knew all you'd do is go and go oh ho see see she's a fraud she's a fraud
[28.10.2013 22.59.49] you're not even a neophyte
[28.10.2013 22.59.53] you're not even a newbie
[28.10.2013 22.59.56] youre a no-bie
[28.10.2013 22.59.57] nobody
[28.10.2013 23.00.14] you have no frak room whatsoever to point your shit covered finger at anybody but yourself
[28.10.2013 23.00.19] so shut the frak up and stop talking shit
this came as a result when i argumented that a certain lama who has been discussed here on this forum with proper evidence thats she is a fraud. this was his response to me. the only point i wanted to make that it was not an authentic lung or transmission of a text and this hate and abusive speech is what i get in return. this is defenitely looking down at the person in my opinion. and i do not get such anger or ill speech from any other buddhist person that i know. still he deems himself as a high level practitioner and makes others believe he is. there is a lot more to this also about this relationship with negative communication but i just want to be sure what constitutes a samaya breach.
i consider this as not a proper conduct towards vajra brothers, and after that he blocked me, and i asked my friend to ask him and he said he didnt feel like talking to me.
this same kind of pattern repeats itself over and over again where in due time he gets over his anger? and resentment? and allows me back in to the group conversation.
i understand that from one point of view, this and earlier conflicts between us can be seen as him criticizing me, but when its one way conversation where someone throws his judgement towards you and looks down upon you hatefully its not much use or benefit.
if someone thinks this is not angry or hate talk from him please correct me.
If the thought of demons
Never rises in your mind,
You need not fear the demon hosts around you.
It is most important to tame your mind within....
In so far as the Ultimate, or the true nature of being is concerned,
there are neither buddhas or demons.
He who frees himself from fear and hope, evil and virtue,
will realize the insubstantial and groundless nature of confusion.
Samsara will then appear as the mahamudra itself….