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skillful klesha wrote:I never did say all tulkus. You must have wax in your eyes, I just said all that I have met.... which was only four. Thinking back one was actually okay but he spent a third of his life in prison so he understood a bit of humility. The worst was recognized as a baby and always had Tibetan khenpo tutors.
Gossip is not always idle speech, you can learn a lot from the right folks.
I have never met a tulku that was NOT extremely screwed up.
Uniltiranyu wrote:Mr. G wrote:reg wrote:Yeah, I'm not sure that any religious tradition has managed to deal with human sexuality in an entirely realistic or healthy manner.
I think so. Non-monastic Vajrayana and Dzogchenpas.
Very good point.
skillful klesha wrote:I agree with everything you said Kirt.
I don't know about you but I think spending a third of your life in prison is extremely screwed up.
Jinzang wrote:we are likely to see a revival of the non-monastic siddha tradition
To be a siddha, you've got to have siddhis. And the would-be Westerners don't.
kirtu wrote: So like the activity of Tulku Urgyen and his uncle Karma Samten.
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