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Sexual Abuse is Rare in Other Religions,While Sex IS the Ess

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Sexual Abuse is Rare in Other Religions,While Sex IS the Essence of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism - Exposing the Lies Made by Dawa Tsering, Director of the Tibet Religious Foundation of H. H. the Dalai Lama (Part 1)(Reproduced)
Published:2012/04/05 09:00

(By the True Heart News interviewing team in Taipei)
Radio Free Asia (U.S.-funded) had conducted an interview with Chairman Zhang (was then the CEO) of the True Enlightenment Education Foundation, together with Teacher Yu Zhengwai, and Dawa Tsering, Director of the Tibet Religious Foundation of H.H. the Dalai Lama on Dec. 7, 2011.
http://www.rfa.org/mandarin/yataibaodao/tai-12072011101028.html?
During the interview, Dawa Tsering evaded the issue of the Couple-Practice Tantra; his arguments were logically inconsistent and he attempted to politicize the motive of the True Enlightenment Education Foundation. Therefore, True Heart News is obliged to refute his utterances with evidence so that the public will not be misled.
Chairman Zhang of the Foundation points out, the Foundation would not comment on the sexual assault cases in other religions because they are purely isolated cases and are not related to the evil religious doctrines.
Given that Tibetan “Buddhism” is counterfeit “Buddhism,” the sexual abuses on female disciples by lamas are not isolated cases; it is because the tenets of Tibetan “Buddhism” require its disciples to have sexual intercourse with many female adherents to attain Buddhahood in a lifetime. Such statements are well documented in the ancient Tantras of Tibetan “Buddhism” through generations over a millennium, and are still being propagated today.
Director Dawa Tsering stated that Tibetan “Buddhism” does not advocate the sexual practice, and so on; his remarks utterly contradict the Dalai Lama’s statements which were published into many books. Obviously, Dawa Tsering did not speak the truth. He intended to shift the focus and cover up the facts that many lamas have committed sexual assault cases on females in Taiwan.
Dawa Tsering pointed out: “Tibetan Buddhism is also called Esoteric School because of the ‘secret meaning’ stated in the sutras, which can only be explained by the gurus. There is no way to understand its true meaning simply based on literal interpretation.”
Chairman Zhang replies to this particular point: Since Dawa Tsering remarked that those who do not have the knowledge of the Tibetan language and have never practiced Tibetan Tantra are not qualified to comment on Tibetan “Buddhism,” we will quote the Dalai Lama’s statements published in his books to explain what the esoteric meanings in Tibetan Tantrism truly are.
In his book The World of Tibetan Buddhism, the Dalai Lama states the following:
As explained in the Vajra-Tent Tantra, there are four classes within the tantric system. However, it is only in Highest Yoga Tantra that the profound and unique features of tantra find their fullest expression. Consequently, we should view the lower tantras as steps leading towards Highest Yoga Tantra. Although the presence of various methods of taking desire into the path is a feature common to all four classes of tantra, the level of desire employed differs considerably from one class of tantra to another. In the first class of tantra, one takes into the path the desire generated from merely gazing at an attractive person of the opposite sex. Then, the three remaining classes, respectively, employ the desire generated from smiling at and laughing with such a person, the desire involved in touching and holding hands, and finally, the desire involved in sexual union.(H.H. the Dalai Lama, The World of Tibetan Buddhism, p. 103)
As stated by the Dalai Lama, the practice of Tibetan “Tantrism,” from the preliminary to the final stages, consists of totally four classes of tantra, the Action Tantra, the Performance Tantra, the Yoga Tantra, and the Highest Yoga Tantra, all of which focus on sexual matters; to start with smiling, gazing, hugging, and eventually sexual union, these are the core methods of Tibetan tantric practice, the fourth and last class, called the “sexual union tantra,” “Mahayoga,” and so on, is the key point and the ultimate method of esoteric cultivation, namely the Highest Yoga Tantra.
The Dalai Lama states in his book Advice on Dying and Living a Better Life:
Highly developed practitioners who have firm compassion and wisdom can make use sexual intercourse as a technique to strongly focus the mind and manifest the fundamental innate mind of clear light. With this innermost mind they realize the emptiness of inherent existence in a dramatically powerful way. (H.H. the Dalai Lama, Advice on Dying and Living a Better Life, p.234)
The Dalai Lama in his another book The World of Tibetan Buddhism, also teaches:
Among these four naturally occurring states, the one that accords us the best opportunity to generate the experience of clear light is during sexual climax.…One of the prerequisites for engaging in such an advanced practice of sexual union is that the practitioner should have the ability to abstain from the fault of emission. Emission of sexual fluids is said to be damaging to one’s practice, particularly according to the explanations found in the Kalacakra Tantra. Even nocturnal emission is forbidden. (H.H. the Dalai Lama, The World of Tibetan Buddhism, p.96)
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