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Open Discussion on Tibetan Buddhism

Re: Open Discussion on Tibetan Buddhism

Postby alpha868 » 19 Jun 2016, 17:06

There are many Tibetan lamas that attract controversy but some are very quiet and no one knows about them. Hard to discern the veracity of the allegations on this blog, but some allegations have been proven in the past. Tibetan lamas behave in sometimes unconventional ways and it is called "crazy wisdom" to cut through confusion - explained in this website http://www.tibetan-lamas.com
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Re: Open Discussion on Tibetan Buddhism

Postby Buddhism » 22 Jun 2016, 18:17

alpha868 wrote:There are many Tibetan lamas that attract controversy but some are very quiet and no one knows about them. Hard to discern the veracity of the allegations on this blog, but some allegations have been proven in the past. Tibetan lamas behave in sometimes unconventional ways and it is called "crazy wisdom" to cut through confusion - explained in this website http://www.tibetan-lamas.com


Indeed, as the term is called "crazy wisdom" to cut through confusion, it speaks for itself that this crazy something is insane and lunatic!
So no more confusion for the outsiders, we all know what is going on, right?
For your info, a blog of an ex-lamaist who was once a direct student of Trungpa some thirty years ago.

http://www.extibetanbuddhist.com/category/crazy-wisdom/
Crazy Wisdom

"Trungpa was the head abbot at Samye Ling, the first tantric center of “crazy wisdom” in the West, where David Bowie found Trungpa.
But Trungpa isn’t mentioned. How strange.

"Perhaps it’s because of what the lamas know about Trungpa, and his chaotic tantric storm cloud that gathered and poured down so much confusion on the West, from which it has never recovered.

"The drug and rock and roll scene that Trungpa gathered at Samye Ling when Westerners were being first programmed to hate their own civilization, was the perfect vehicle to introduce, by stealth, the playground for his “enlightened dictatorship.”
“It is difficult for the correct dharmas to manifest if the erroneous ones are not destroyed 若不破邪,難以顯正.” Bodhisattva Xuanzang (玄奘菩薩) stated in the past.
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