Are there any additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums?

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Are there any additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums?

Postby catlady2112 » Sat Mar 08, 2014 6:24 pm

I wondered if there are additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums like this one where you can ask questions? Any recommendations?
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Re: Are there any additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums?

Postby michaelb » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:31 pm

catlady2112 wrote:I wondered if there are additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums like this one where you can ask questions? Any recommendations?

There's also vajracakra.com and freesangha.com. I don't think either are as active as dharmawheel, though.
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Re: Are there any additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums?

Postby smcj » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:34 pm

Our sister site is Dhamma Wheel, which restricts itself more of less to the Pali scriptures. Just don't bring up the subject of Tibetan Buddhism there. They will send you back here. :buddha1:
There is a tradition of making a distinction between two different perspectives on the nature of emptiness: one is when emptiness is presented within a philosophical analysis of the ultimate reality of things, in which case it ought to be understood in terms of a non-affirming negative phenomena. On the other hand, when it is discussed from the point of view of experience, it should be understood more in terms of an affirming negation.
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Re: Are there any additional Tibetan Buddhist Forums?

Postby Kim O'Hara » Sun Mar 09, 2014 11:50 am

smcj wrote:Our sister site is Dhamma Wheel, which restricts itself more of less to the Pali scriptures. Just don't bring up the subject of Tibetan Buddhism there. They will send you back here. :buddha1:

... and a lot of "them" are actually "us" too :smile: so you don't get all that many extra viewpoints anyway.

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