Author Topic: A Guide to Spiritual Practice  (Read 8182 times)


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Re: A Guide to Spiritual Practice
« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2014, 04:14:12 PM »
For beginners, I recommend that they already can see the DL out there, so why would I think we should send them to look at his books?  People that follow the DL to the full conclusion decide to act directly against Shugden practitioners.  Just saying.  I'm also not suggesting that they need to go and read Mein Kampf.


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Re: A Guide to Spiritual Practice
« Reply #16 on: October 15, 2014, 04:06:22 AM »
What a gem of a treasure! How wonderfully refreshing! So brief, so concise, so very straight to the point of a guide. If I enthuse anymore on the sharing of this link to ‘A GUIDE TO SPIRITUAL PRACTICE’ I will come across as a dunce. Love all the resources that one can reach to, from books to Lamas and centers. Now, one need not worry about where to start, where to look for what, where and how to take that first step and where the next step is.