Lifting the Veil off the Fourteen Root Infractions in Tantri

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admin 发表于 2014-06-13, 12:20 PM. 发表在: TrueHeartNews
Published:2014/06/13 08:00
(Report by the True Heart News interviewing team in Taipei)
Tsongkhapa wrote Fruit Clusters of Siddhis to explain the fourteen tantric root infractions. This suggested that Tsongkhapa had thorough and clear knowledge about the Tantric School of attaining Buddhahood by engaging in sexual practices.
“Tantric buddhism” is the tibetan Tantric School or simply, the Tantric School. Tibetan “Buddhism” that has been popular and prolific in the West is a modified version of this type of Tantric “Buddhism.” The True Enlightenment Education Foundation calls it fake Tibetan Buddhism because their doctrines contradict the Buddha Dharma once propagated by the real Buddhist Jonang sect from Tibet. Tibetan “Buddhism” practices and preaches under the auspices of a “path to Buddhahood” but it does not even contain a single trace of the original content and essence of true Buddhism.
Tantric “Buddhism” preaches a rather appealing practice, the Tantric Yoga. This is when the current gurus of Tibetan “Buddhism” engage in sexual practices known as anuttara yoga tantra (Highest Yoga Tantra). “Highest” is supposed to mean unsurpassable by any other dharma, while “yoga” means “to correspond with.” “Highest Yoga Tantra,” therefore, conveys the meaning that “it corresponds with the unsurpassed dharma.” Ironically, the cultivation of Tantric Yoga centers on sexual union, a desire-realm dharma completely unrelated to and far away from the true Reality of the unsurpassable dharma expounded in legitimate Buddha teachings. In fact, the Kalachakra Tantra that the 14thdalai lama practices is a form of the “Highest Yoga Tantra” that the Tibetan Tantric School fabricated. Its essence is still the sexual Couple-Practice of Tantric Yoga.
The heterosexual “Couple-Practice” is at the core of Tantric Yoga. Tibetan “Buddhism” falsifies and misrepresents that the “orgasmic sensation” reached during sexual intercourse of the male and female body is equivalent to the “emptiness-nature” (1) of Buddha Dharma. They purport that one attains Buddhahood when one realizes this “emptiness-nature.” The statues of “blissful Buddha” (which features a “Buddha” coupling with his female partner) often seen in Buddhist arts and crafts stores are embodiments of this core practice. There should be no doubt or confusion that the Dalai Lama, dharma-kings, living tulkus and rinpoches that you all know are accomplished practitioners of Tantric Yoga. More specifically, the four major sects of fake Tibetan Buddhism is basically a collective hub for the practitioners pursuing a sexual practice in Tantric Yoga.
Having a relatively open attitude toward sex, Western countries are more receptive to Tantric Yoga. Under the leadership of the 14th Dalai Lama, the development of Tantric Yoga has reached epidemic proportions. With various countries having monotheist religious faith, it is not surprising that Buddhism is so unknown and not properly understood. No one would even doubt or question the dogmatic notion that Tantric Yoga is an indispensable means to attain Buddhahood. Today, Westerners believe that Tibetan “Buddhism” is theBuddhism, and the two are the same. This absurd idea of “attaining Buddhahood via sexual union” has replaced the true Buddha Dharma in the Western world and this type of phony Buddhist mentality has totally usurped true and orthodox Buddhism. In the eyes of real Buddhists, this is absolutely abhorring.
Before Tsongkhapa wrote his book, Fruit Clusters of Siddhis, the Tibetan Tantric School preaching fake Tibetan Buddhism was already inundated with the Couple-Practice of Tantric Yoga. Tsongkhapa then initiated a reform and tightened the disciplinary rules of this demoralizing tantric couple-practice, which were but lies meant to cover his real plan. The “fourteen root infractions” were established specifically in line with the Tantric Yoga, with which Tsongkhapa aimed to widely propagate rather than forbid the Tantric Yoga. In his book, The Great Exposition of Tantras, he even went as far as advocating that a practitioner can directly learn the sexual Couple-Practice without first studying orthodox Buddha Dharma and the Action Tantra. Tsongkhapa’s real intention of putting together the Fruit Clusters of Siddhis was to both affirm Tantric Yoga, and most importantly, to guard and not to reveal the secret practices of Tantric Yoga.
The fourteen tantric root infractions are described as follows:
1. Scorning or deriding our vajra masters
2. Denigrating Buddha’s teachings
3. Developing strong negative emotions or anger towards one’s vajra brothers and sisters
4. Abandoning loving kindness and compassion for sentient beings
5. Abandoning the bodhicitta in aspiration or application
6. Criticizing own and other Buddhist teachings
7. Revealing secrets to those who are unworthy
8. Reviling or abusing the five skandhas
9. Questioning emptiness
10. Associating with samaya corrupters
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