Author Topic: Huge Dorje Shugden statue of Tseri Sagong Monastery in Chamdo, Tibet!  (Read 5624 times)

Mana

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Click the link below to see the video!

http://dorjeshugden.com/wp/?p=8069




In Kham, Tibet, more Tulkus/Geshes/Lamas are practicing Dorje Shugden and making the practice grow. It is growing more than it ever existed before. It has made the lamas work harder to promote Shugden in their individual areas. The ban has confused many lamas who stayed quiet watching things for some time now. They never speak against the Dalai Lama, and they still don't, but they sure elucidate with great clarity the lineage and practice of Shugden to thousands. This trend will continue. As predicted by HH Trijang Rinpoche that in the future the Dalai Lama will make Shugden's practice grow big.

Very important development. Very powerful trend. This trend will not end anytime soon.

Mana

« Last Edit: April 26, 2011, 09:22:25 AM by Mana »

triesa

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Re: Huge Dorje Shugden statue of Tseri Sagong Monastery in Chamdo, Tibet!
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2011, 01:29:41 PM »
Thank you Mana for capturing this huge Dorje Shugden statue inside the monastery on the video. It is really really very nice!

I have the same thoughts along your line, that all the high lamas are doing what they need to do to propagate Dorje Shugden's practice around the world, they never (I have not heard of any lama did) speak against the HH the Dalai Lama on the ban of Shugden, yet many work tirelessly to give Shugden's teachings and initiations, which we can read in other threads in the forum.

We are very fortunate to be able to look at the scenerios from all angles, much thanks to this website (I like the most!) who constantly provides readers with facts and informations.

I DO believe HHDL is giving King Dorje Shugden a big lift to the world. The controversy has aroused so much interests in Dorje Shugden among the unknown. And when the time is right, Shugden practitioners will be able to practise openly without any hindrances.

Zach

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Re: Huge Dorje Shugden statue of Tseri Sagong Monastery in Chamdo, Tibet!
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2011, 02:03:48 PM »
Ah Wonderful !  ;D

thaimonk

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So many people entering into the practice of Shugden in Kham, Tibet. More lamas are openly teaching Shugden. Not the same in Lhasa where there is alot of tension on the Shugden issue. After the Dalai Lama passes, it will be interesting to see how it plays out in Tibet. Certainly the Chinese ironically are giving more religious freedom of worship than the exiled Tibetan Govt. 


Big Uncle

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So many people entering into the practice of Shugden in Kham, Tibet. More lamas are openly teaching Shugden. Not the same in Lhasa where there is alot of tension on the Shugden issue. After the Dalai Lama passes, it will be interesting to see how it plays out in Tibet. Certainly the Chinese ironically are giving more religious freedom of worship than the exiled Tibetan Govt. 

That is so funny! The Chinese government is ironically allowing greater religious freedom than TGIE! If the TGIE was of any threat to China, they would have promoted this fact big time. Nevertheless, the growth Dorje Shugden in Kham is a good sign and Kham is very close to China as it straddles along the borders between the Chinese and Tibetan spheres. The proximity would be a powerful sponge and centers for promoting Dorje Shugden within China in the future. Nevertheless, it is always a joy to see Dorje Shugden images standing proud and tall within the sacred spaces.

WoselTenzin

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In the heat of the Dorje Shugden ban, there are still huge statues of Dorje Shugden in monasteries such as Tseri Sagong Monastery in this case and Dorje Shugden practising Lamas establishing huge monastery such as that by Serkong Tritul Rinpoche in Taiwan.  Recent years, we have seen the establishment of Shar Gaden and Serpom monasteries.  Also there has been Dorje Shugden Sogtae given by a Dorje Shugden Lama to thousands lately. 

Looks like the ban does not curb the growth of Dorje Shugden practice at all but instead makes it grow even faster.

One characteristic of all the Lamas who practice Dorje Shugden is that we never hear them criticise or condemn Dalai Lama on the ban no matter how difficult situation is made for them just because they are loyal to the practice and their gurus who gave them the practice.  It could be due to practical reasons like not to invite any more trouble but more importantly I think it's because these Lamas are real practitioners and real practitioners never criticise others no matter how compelling the reasons are to do so. Instead they use all their energy to think of how to benefit others.

What they concentrate on is how to protect this sacred practice from being destroyed, how to make this practice grow and make it more accessible to more people,  Out of their compassion they work tirelessly for this to happen because they know beings of degenerate time need this practice so much to overcome their inner and outer obstacles. Hence, we see Dorje Shugden practice growing and flourishing amidst extreme unfavourable condition. 

This is also testimony to how powerful Dorje Shugden practice is.

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Like all high Masters always teach - comfort/ complacency retards , difficulty/ challenges propel - this is so true with the practice of Dorje Shugden
on a larger scale.

Perhaps the enlightened minds see the necessity of the ban. If that is so , then it all makes sense.


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Re: Huge Dorje Shugden statue of Tseri Sagong Monastery in Chamdo, Tibet!
« Reply #7 on: March 31, 2015, 03:16:20 PM »
Wow! The Dorje Shugden statue in Tseri Sagong Monastery is really nice, very majestic! I hope that people  around the world will build more Lord Dorje Shugden's statues and continue to spread His sacred practise to the world.