German Scholars Verified through Research The Essence of Tib

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admin 发表于 2012-12-15, 12:20 PM. 发表在: TrueHeartNews
Published:2012/12/15 08:00
German Scholars Verified through Research The Essence of Tibetan Buddhism Is to Practice Tantric Sexual Union - It is a False Buddhism(Reproduced)
(By the True Heart News interviewing team in Taipei)
The interviewing team called upon Chairman Zhang of the True Enlightenment Education Foundation to discuss this specific topic. Chairman Zhang points out that in this article, though Dawa Tsering contradicts himself logically, he is consistent about the Tantric practice. He pronounces to the world in black and white that the core of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism is the Couple-Practice Tantra. Not only do their sutras give clear instructions on this, but also lamas of all sects cultivate this either in visualization or in real practice. As long as you are a disciple of Lamaism with sharp capacity (enjoying sex) or a qualified guru, you can practice the actual Copulation Tantra.
Chairman Zhang cites paragraphs from the article:
When one practices to minimize the discrimination of one’s mind to the extent that one can control or even manipulate the desire, a desire will be transformed from an adverse condition into a supporting condition for practice. Buddhist sutras explain that this transformed “Couple-Practice Tantra” is absolutely not the sexual act between men and women in the usual sense.
Tantric sutras assert that as a person reaches a certain level of practice where he is no longer controlled or influenced by desires or the secular discriminating mind, or even the reverse where he is able to control them, then he is capable of utilizing the desires to explore a much more subtle reality and truth. This is when adverse conditions like desires and the discriminating mind are transformed into supporting conditions for practice.
To guru masters, meat-eating is not just to satisfy the desire for good food, but more importantly that desire is transformed into a supporting condition for practice to eliminate one’s discrimination: one eats whatever is offered, either meat or any other food. This is to eliminate one’s discrimination with no deliberate effort (Deliberate pursuit or rejection can be considered to be a kind of discrimination). To take a step further, no matter whether human flesh or beef, both should be viewed as just food to sustain life and to be consumed with no discrimination. This attitude eliminates one’s discrimination with no deliberate effort of rejection.
Chairman Zhang explains that in the first excerpt mentioned above, Dawa Tsering is basically saying: as long as one diminishes one’s discrimination, “without a thought that” he is having sex during the sexual practice, then one gains the power to manipulate desires and with this power the “Copulation-Practice” is then not sex.
The second excerpt is saying that the copulation tantra practiced by lamas is well-founded in the sutras; lamas do not take up the Couple-Practice Tantra out of blind faith.
The last excerpt explains it in even plainer language: As guru masters have attained the non-discriminating mind, they are well-skilled to perform the sex act with non-discrimination. This is why only guru masters are qualified to engage in the real couple-practice. The same logic applies to meat eating.
Chairman Zhang points out that, such an explanation that the defilement of the mind can be eradicated through defiled deeds is only a blatant lie! It is indeed exactly what the German scholar Trimondi called in his study “the law of inversion.”
Moreover, such reasoning falls precisely in line with the doctrines of Hindu Tantrism; according to the ancient Hevajra-Tantra, “one must rise by that through which one falls,” “a poison can be neutralized by poison, and evil deeds are eliminated by other evil deeds.”
Trimondi stated in his study that Tibetan Tantric Buddhism employs the “law of inversion” to nurture whatever prohibited by the Buddhists precepts, wantonly breaking the precepts and then transforming them into their opposites to attain liberation. Furthermore, lamas are not just “allowed” to break the precepts, but in fact they “ought to” break the precepts unreservedly in order to follow the aforementioned tantric doctrines: “fighting poison with poison, greed with greed, and evil with evil.”
(Victor and Victoria Trimondi, The Shadow of the dalai lama - Sexuality, Magic and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism, Düsseldorf 1999, pp. 111-112)
Hence, the web article The View on Tibetan Buddhist Monastic Discipline and the Transformation of Adverse Conditionby Dawa Tsering confirms the research findings of Trimondi.
(Victor and Victoria Trimondi, The Shadow of the Dalai Lama - Sexuality, Magic and Politics in Tibetan Buddhism, Dusseldorf 1999, pp. 111-112)
However, the couple-practice of Tibetan Tantrism is nothing like what Dawa Tsering stated in his web article: “In both Taiwan and Mainland China, there are plenty of professional and scholarly publications about Tibetan Buddhism or Tantrism due to commercial and social demands. Many of the writers actually understand nothing about Tantrism. With secular concepts and literal interpretation, they often misinterpret the tantric doctrines, thangkas, and the secret meanings. This is extremely ignorant!”
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