This blog's author thinks that first step in developing beneficial conscience is self-honesty.
Without healthy conscience true spiritual growth cannot occur, disturbing feelings, thoughts, beliefs & actions emerge.
About self-honesty & conscience.
Truth is what brings together instead of separating, but honesty is also important.
This blog's author believes that most important part of one's honesty is self-honesty, integral & coherent self-critic of one's own ideas & morals.
When someone prays or wishes to believe in something immoral or untrue, his or her conscience is full of lies, sinful & harmful.
This blog's author believes that we should think, that we should wish or pray for self-honesty regularly, be positively critical toward oneself & one's conscience as well.
This blog's author tries to not lie, occasionally fails in lesser worldly matters due to pressure and/or weakness - but then tries to improve for future.
This blog's author thinks that failing at honesty is not an excuse for not trying to improve.
This blog's author succeeds always to be honest in buddhist spiritual matters however, including all articles on this blog - worst fault is omitting some details in quotes or articles, and it's about details not fully understood or about details that could be wrongly understood & misinterpreted by others.
Consequences of a sinful conscience built on lies.
This blog's author thinks that our thoughts & feelings become words & actions, that our beliefs dictate our decisions.
This blog's author believes that petty pride in itself might not be worst sin in itself, but when someone tries to believe in one's own superiority over others despite truth - it's a cause of belittling others to protect one's ego, and in result this might cause desperation & suicide; Words can either heal or hurt, we should be Mindful of our Speech as well.
Anger, 'divine' or not.
This blog's author thinks that wishing or praying for anger so it can be released on suffering is harmful, leads to violence & conflicts, to the 'greater' sins and to the really bad karma.
i wish to improve myself in truth & honesty, including self-honesty; i wish others to do the same.
i wish to never wish or pray for self-dishonesty; i wish others to do the same.
i wish to never yield to a petty pride that protects one's false belief in superiority, that protects one's ego; i wish others to do the same.
i wish to be a very modest human being, to never belittle others - especially if they are desperate or in a miserable condition; i wish others to do the same.
i wish to never wish or pray for anger, i wish to defeat anger instead - with the HUNG mantra or with other means; i wish others to do the same.
i wish to develop myself in open-mindedness, respect & tolerance; i wish others to do the same.
FIVE WISDOM BUDDHAS
OM MANI PEME HUNG
Namaste, blessed be.