Nosta wrote:... but i am wondering which could be the real relationship between Dalai Lama and Nazis guys (could he be trying to show that Dharma is open even for murders?) and i wonder why the Kalachakra-Tantra speaks in a violent way (supposing thats true).
Nosta wrote:I found this:
There you can read such incredible things as the connection os Dalai Lama to Nazis and other "crazy" guys.
It speaks on the Kalachakra-Tantra (i am not sure of what is that) as some kind of demonic teachings (not their words i think, but more the way they described it) ; it seems that Kalachakra-Tantra goes against "kindness teachings" because it instills war and speaks about the use of brute force against the enemies of Dharma.
The conclusion is that Dalai Lama is the Anti-Christ and Buddhism a dangerous thing.
Well, i dont believe on that stupid text for sure, it seems clearly the text of sick people, but i am wondering which could be the real relationship between Dalai Lama and Nazis guys (could he be trying to show that Dharma is open even for murders?) and i wonder why the Kalachakra-Tantra speaks in a violent way (supposing thats true).
Nosta wrote:Yes, thats sad. Sad and sick people. If at least they knew that slandering dharma is of no benefit and only a way do bring really bad karma...
But backing to the "associations" of D.Lama with nazis, what could he be doing with such people?
'Monks, if outsiders should speak against Me, or against the Dhamma, or against the Sangha, you should not on that account either bear malice, or be upset, or feel ill will. If on that account, you should be angry and hurt, that would stand in the way of your own self-conquest.
If, when others speak against us, you feel angry at that or displeased, would you then be able to judge whether that talk of theirs is well said or not?'
'But when outsiders speak in disparagement of Me, or of the Dhamma, or of the Sangha, you should unravel what is false and point it out as wrong, saying:
"For this or that reason this is not the fact, that is not so, such a thing is not found among us, is not in us."
'But also, monks, if outsiders should speak in praise of Me, in praise of the Dhamma, in praise of the Sangha, you should not, on that account, be filled with pleasure or gladness or be lifted up in heart. Were you to be so that also would stand in the way of your self-conquest.
When outsiders speak in praise of Me, or of the Dhamma, or of the Sangha, you should acknowledge what is factual, saying:
"For this or that reason this is true, that is so, such a thing is found among us, is in us."