newbie trying to understand the nature of transmission

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Re: newbie trying to understand the nature of transmission

Postby smcj » Fri Jun 21, 2013 4:34 am

For me 'transmission' is very much like what the RC Church teaches - that the connection with the Eucharist is real and that the wine and bread convey more than water and dough. Superstition needs to be confronted for what it is - superstition.

There is nothing transmitted other than the teachers knowledge on certain subjects.

Well you could be right about that. However here as elsewhere on these forums, I advocate keeping an open mind. It doesn't cost anything, and nobody has to know. All it takes is the willingness to hold the idea, "Well, maybe..."

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Re: newbie trying to understand the nature of transmission

Postby david123 » Thu Jun 27, 2013 8:12 pm

Will direct introduction be given in this weeks webcast in Russia?or will it more likely the 3 'official times'?

thanks :namaste:

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Re: newbie trying to understand the nature of transmission

Postby heart » Thu Jun 27, 2013 8:18 pm

david123 wrote:Will direct introduction be given in this weeks webcast in Russia?or will it more likely the 3 'official times'?

thanks :namaste:


He will certainly do some kind of introduction this retreat.

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Re: newbie trying to understand the nature of transmission

Postby david123 » Thu Jun 27, 2013 9:36 pm

Thank you Magnus :namaste:


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