suttametta wrote:Again, we can go into these issues if you like.
I've already pointed out to you where you are mistaken on a number of issues. Malcolm has patiently done so with regard to many issues. Yet you persist with your wild interpretations of the Budhadhamma.
suttametta wrote:Whereas, the Pali teachings about sati are uniquely different as to methodology, although not as different as one might think as to result, given the Buddha's statements about nibbana being an eternal radiant consciousness.
Given your penchant for reading Vedic views into the dhamma there's probably very little point in trying to clarify this issue. But here are a couple of contemporary Theravāda authors who refute your ideas about consciousness and nibbāna:
Nibbana is not Viññāṇa. Really, it just isn’t by Ven Sujato.
The Mind Stilled: 33 Sermons on Nibbāna by Ven. Ñāṇananda.
suttametta wrote:You are impugning my knowledge.
I reject your interpretation and understanding of the Theravāda and the Mahāyāna. It's really that simple.