Cosmic Tantra.

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Re: Cosmic Tantra.

Postby Distorted » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:57 am

Tewi wrote:Now that I think about it, there is one issue that might have some political relevance. You have to understand that up to a point in the 1990's, a lot of mainstream Gelugpa worshipped a certain deity who is now verboten.



Define Worship, if you would please?
"Sona, before you became a monk you were a musician". Sona said that was true. So the Buddha said, "As a musician which string of the lute produces a pleasant and harmonious sound. The over-tight string?" "No," said Sona, "The over-tight string produces an unpleasant sound and is moreover likely to break at any moment." "The string that is too loose?" Again, "No, the string that is too loose does not produce a tuneful sound. The string that produces a tuneful sound is the string that is not too tight and not too loose."
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Re: Cosmic Tantra.

Postby catmoon » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:29 am

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Re: Cosmic Tantra.

Postby Distorted » Wed Feb 15, 2012 7:44 pm

catmoon wrote:I would like to stop the discussion here and point out section 4 of the Terms of Service. This discussion is getting perilously near subjects that can suddenly ignite into angry, bitter fighting. For that reason, certain controversies are not discussed here, and in practice we don't even go near them.

I would advise those who wish to continue not to put much effort into their posts, since they are likely to be removed from the board.



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"Sona, before you became a monk you were a musician". Sona said that was true. So the Buddha said, "As a musician which string of the lute produces a pleasant and harmonious sound. The over-tight string?" "No," said Sona, "The over-tight string produces an unpleasant sound and is moreover likely to break at any moment." "The string that is too loose?" Again, "No, the string that is too loose does not produce a tuneful sound. The string that produces a tuneful sound is the string that is not too tight and not too loose."
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Re: Cosmic Tantra.

Postby Tewi » Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:37 pm

My apologies.

Define Worship, if you would please?


I'm not sure how. That sounds like a good anthropological question.
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Re: Cosmic Tantra.

Postby Steveyboy » Thu Aug 09, 2012 10:27 am

Wow! This is really a good teaching. I was browsing through Tsem Rinpoche's YouTube teachings. I really love many of them and I would like to share this one that Rinpoche is engage in a conversation with some Chinese Mahayana monks and Burmese Theravaden nuns. This is just simply beautiful! :namaste:

Part 1 :-


Part 2 :-
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