Very Good Commentary by TK

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  1. Could you please elaborate on the prophesy from Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche in the late 70’s, which you mentioned in this post, for the benefit of all readers?

  2. In this case we must each continue our roles, whatever they might be, our karma carries us forth as a leaf carried by the stream.

  3. I do not agree with any theory that justifies the Dalai Lama’s entirely wrong actions as being some kind of divine plot to bring Dharma to the world. There are variations on this theory, that I regret deeply because it goes directly against Lord Buddha and all Buddhas of the three times, whose main, first and foremost enlightened action is to teach beings what is to be done, what is to be abandoned.
    With this theory we are now saying to the world: do not follow the advice of Lord Buddha.
    With this theory the whole of the discipline, the root of the Buddha’s teachings, gets discarded, or worse, distorted. The world now can pick and choose and morality becomes a wreckage. What a sad result.

    I understand the need that Tibetans experience to cling to their Dalai Lama,the icon of their land, so even if I do not accept this theory, I understand the patriotic and psychological need for it. I am deeply sorry for everything that Tibetans had to go through. And I respect the hopes expressed by TK through this theory that was also expressed at the inception of this website.

    But I cannot go against Dharma.

    People seem to think that the big bad thing here is the ban against a Deity.
    But our Deity does not have to fear a ban, our beloved holy Protector Dorje Shugden is Lord Mañjushri himself in one of his wrathful forms, so what is it for him to fear? The practitioners have to endure persecution but in the secret of their minds or in the open they continue with the practice. The mother of all wrongs here is what the Dalai Lama did to his Lama. This is the tragedy. And of course, years later, that he forced a schism in the Sangha. This is also tragic. A Dharma tragedy. Now, to take these terrible actions and show them to the world as being excellent deeds done for a higher purpose … this brings a greater wreckage of Dharma than the ban itself in a way.

    I don’t have my holy Guru in this world right now, but he lived enough years for me to know and remember that he never once uttered the slightest justification for the Dalai Lama’s actions. He did remain silent, that, yes. Like the Protector. Like his own Guru the sacred Lama of us all, Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche. Of course they remained silent … all of them were Kadampas, they were not going to defend themselves now, were they? But justification? He never justified in the slightest way. And he was so close to his own Guru that he would have informed us about any “higher purpose”. It is impossible for him not to have alerted us about that, he would have done it our of respect for his own Guru. But he didn’t. So I’m pretty confident that there was not any superior plot arranged by Kyabje Rinpoche and the DL to produce this catastrophe. My Lama would have known about it and he would have alerted us. And he didn’t.

    Apparently both Zong Rinpoche and Dagom Rinpoche, each with different words, gave –not a justification– an explanation of all the DL’s actions related to this issue. And their explanation was that the Dalai Lama is not in good health.

    I prefer to leave it at that. And I certainly don’t hate the Dalai Lama, on the contrary, I’ve always loved him very much.

    Now I would like very much that we stop talking about him and the ban, except to defend innocent people when they are attacked.

    But I fear that this wish of mine is not going to be fulfilled because Tibetans have an attachment to the Dalai Lama that has little to do with Dharma and a lot to do with the love of Tibet. I have read the sayings of a bold Tibetan: “We don’t care about Dharma, we care about the Dalai Lama”.

    In my unimportant opinion, this patriotic love is the origin of this theories about superior aims to justify the destruction of Dharma.

  4. shugden is a black magic evil spirit. I remember having an image of Tsangpa Karpo in my room and among the deities of that thangka, was shugden.
    When i was sitting in front of that thangkha, i felt like I wanted blood…i did not know why…i just wanted blood. i was laughing strangely and saying ”the doors of Hell will open”…very strange feelings i had back then. everytime i look at his images, a connection between my mind and his is established and i receive answers to my daily problems…very weird…One more thing, Kache Marpo, Namkar Barzin and the others I suppose they are only small masks for shugden; he is behind all of them. Very strange feelings i have when i look at his image. a very deep hatred i feel. just hatred. not oriented towards something as far as i remember…just hatred. fear dissappears in an instant. every time i say his name, something bad has to happen, allmost all the time…which is weird also because they say he is a Divine being. obviously he is not. he has practices and mantras…just like Pehar Gyalpo before Padmasambhava, in Tibet, Mongolia and Persia. Pehar Gyalpo was a black magic demon who had practices and mantras, black mantras, to harm. shugden is a demon king, a Gyalpo…a very dangerous being. just keep the distance. beware of what him and those like him do.

  5. if you cannot get read of him, then go to a Orthodox Church and talk to a bishop or someone there, i suggest a bishop or Archybishop and get prayers and especially an image with Lord Hrist and Mother Mary and the Book of Psalms. That will be great.
    The Akathist of the Holy Spirit will be great, the prayer of Saint Gherasimos of Kefalonia will be great, the prayer of Saint Cyprianos will be great, the Akathist of the Holy Trinity will also be wonderfull. Also, Heart Prayer of Hrist: Lord Jesus Hrist, Son and Word of God, have mercy on me. Wonderful.

  6. allmost everytime i talk about this being, or recite his name, an inhuman voice, thick, quite loud is speaking somewhere around, either outside or inside the building where i am living and terrifies with it’s energy…

  7. Yoshiaki is having high temperature…..

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.…Instead of turning away people who practise Dorje Shugden, we should be kind to them. Give them logic and wisdom without fear, then in time they give up the ‘wrong’ practice. Actually Shugden practitioners are not doing anything wrong. But hypothetically, if they are, wouldn’t it be more Buddhistic to be accepting? So those who have views against Dorje Shugden should contemplate this. Those practicing Dorje Shugden should forbear with extreme patience, fortitude and keep your commitments. The time will come as predicted that Dorje Shugden’s practice and it’s terrific quick benefits will be embraced by the world and it will be a practice of many beings.

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