And so you are repeating yourself, telling us nothing. Maybe everyone needs to watch anime, but outside of that it may take someone a period of time to awaken?Tachibana wrote:A person who has not yet reached the Sotaapana stage is a puthujjana, a puthujjana that wishes to reach the Ariyaa stage is dissatisfied of his current condition, so what are the benefits of having practiced the Dhamma in a wrong way ?
A birth in the Deva's realm ?
Well, that's pretty pathetic since it's not the goal of the Dhamma practice (it's even harder to realize a Fruit there).
A birth in the human realm ?
Well, except if you can keep your memories you shoudn't expect so much of such a birth... unless if you're a Sakadaagaami.
The goal of every true buddhist is the end of suffering, birth, pain, aging, sickness and death... so how do you call an unsuccessful practice ? A failure.
Ben wrote:Tachibana wrote:But there have been several days since I pretend having reached the Sakadaagaami's stage.
So, to be clear - you are pretending you are a sakadagami.
Is that correct?
Why should we believe you? Just because you say you are ariya does not mean it is true. So far you have shown little actual practical understanding of Dhamma practice, but you have shown a fair amount of ego and crankiness. Again, why should we believe you?Tachibana wrote:If you do not believe me, then go away, answering useless questions is a waste of time.
Of course, but I must say that at best what you are presenting is highly idiosyncratic. You are asking us to believe you are ariya, which is not at all a small thing. As of yet, I see no reason whatsoever to believe you. I can be believe that you have convinced yourself of such, but that it about it. As Chogyam Trungpa was wont to say: Good luck to you, sir.Tachibana wrote:
Could we end up with this now ?
Huh?lyndon taylor wrote:Finally you're making some sense, Tachibana!!!
Tachibana wrote:Please enjoy your wrong practice and your bad kammic effects that results from insulting an Ariyaa (the Buddha also used sarcasm so you can't blame me for this).
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