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Last post 10-26-2007, 12:16 PM by Lizzie. 7 replies.
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  •  10-20-2007, 3:29 AM 30346

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    Comments on The Complete Buddhism

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  •  10-21-2007, 1:12 PM 30421 in reply to 30346

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    i'm afraid my objectionable self has to have his say, again:  he objects to the predicate 'complete'.  isn't integral, by its very nature, incomplete?  he asks.

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  •  10-21-2007, 8:19 PM 30443 in reply to 30421

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    your objectionable self is on his toes .. complete isn't quite the ultimate word in this case

    essence might be better ?

     

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  •  10-22-2007, 9:17 PM 30494 in reply to 30443

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    edit:  oops!  i goofed on this title, again!  what it should have been:

     

    yes! essence. as in traleg rinpoche's 'the essence of buddhism'? what will continue to be added to, but never subtracted from--i.e. will never be complete.



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  •  10-23-2007, 9:35 PM 30562 in reply to 30494

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    good point .. especially since terry is talking about how the integral buddhism teachings differ from traditional amber tibetan buddhism

     

     

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  •  10-24-2007, 12:48 PM 30598 in reply to 30562

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    fairyfaye,  isn't ISC3 about to begin, or already begun?  i was unable to find out by googling, getting, instead, things like Surprise [:O]

    ISC3 (Industrial Source Complex) model is a popular steady-state Gaussian plume model which can be used to assess pollutant concentrations from a wide variety of sources associated with an industrial complex.

    i ask because, of course, this will be an opportunity for the experts, and i don't mean that facetiously, to have their say, including terry patten and traleg rinpoche.  i especially value traleg because he has clearly devoted his life to buddhism, but their perspectives are all valuable, and, taken together, give us a more integral perspective than otherwise possible.



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  •  10-24-2007, 5:34 PM 30616 in reply to 30598

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    the teachers are meeting mon & tues (29th & 30th) .. and the rest of us are attending day three, wed (Oct 31st)

    yes halloween

    and u run to the edge of the cliff and u toss your arms up high high high .. and u know as u let yourself drop u begin to soar and to sail thru the sky .. and u know in your body that this is how witches can fly thru the twilight night

    to the stars in their hearts
    without brooms

     

     

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  •  10-26-2007, 12:16 PM 30685 in reply to 30346

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    Really great talk...highlights for me (parapharsed because i could not write fast enough, or replay the talk):

     

    "not mythic...attached to the forms and containers...but free to inhabit the forms and containers"

    "transcended the limits of the forms in which they appeared"

    "we awoke through the container into that which the container was originally meant to serve"

    beautiful!!!!

     

     

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