Author Topic: REINCARNATION IN EXILE  (Read 10613 times)

Midakpa

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Re: REINCARNATION IN EXILE
« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2015, 03:01:24 PM »
More tulkus are choosing to be born outside Tibet for obvious reasons. Tibetan Buddhism is spreading to the West and we also see more and more monks from the East travelling to Western countries to teach Buddhism and to open new Buddhist centres and monasteries. Why do some tulkus have difficulties in carrying on the work of their predecessors? Is it because the students have broken their samaya and do not have the merits to keep their master with them? In this case, will the lineage die off when the tulku passes away? Then who loses? The lineage or the students? What happens to the tulku? Will he continue to reincarnate to benefit sentient beings in another place?

Dondrup Shugden

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Re: REINCARNATION IN EXILE
« Reply #16 on: May 24, 2015, 03:27:31 PM »
Dear Midakpa, I agree as mentioned before that the High Lama Incarnates are falling apart due to various reasons.

I find your reasoning that it due to the students degeneration that makes it difficult for the Lamas to continue their work.

What a good wake up call.  Let all practising Vajrayana Buddhist heed this and sincerely practise Guru Devotion.

May we not destroy the Saviours for our spiritual path and enlightenment.