tiltbillings wrote:We are not talking about 'secular mindfulness practice" here.Mkoll wrote:tiltbillings wrote:Context is everything.
And this is another important shortcoming of secular mindfulness practice. It is virtually divorced from the other important parts of Buddhism, that of virtue and wisdom. Sure, the teachers may give the Buddha's teachings some lip service but it is minimal at best and downright distorted at worst. NB that this is just my experience.
It's like removing the bran and germ from whole wheat berries when turning them into white flour.
I never said you were.
All the same, I will try to remember not to quote another person's comment to make a point that's unrelated to their comment.