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Anyone have much experience in dealing with folks mixing practices that don't necessarily dove tail with each other?
Has that meant that the distance they can traverse within each practice has been limited by the other?
Can it be done without an ego-based cherry picking that bypasses the natural checks and balances of each practice?
If you are in a position as a teacher doing this, is it unethical to not inform your students of the above?
In the case I'm thinking of, it is Hinduism & Buddhism where Buddhism is seen as an augment to a wider practice of Hinduism and where the experience of anatta is discounted?
I have been asked to help participate in the zazen instruction and have uncomfortable feelings about contributing to it at all but am uncertain if I have simply become too enamored with the stink of my own Zen?