TK. answers: Thanks for leaving a wonderful message to me. The true “voice” like this must be heard.
The sexual abuses disclosed by the media are only the tip of the iceberg.
The public should not be kept in the dark and misled to a cult which claims itself Buddhism; everyone has the right to know the whole truth and make his or her free choice afterwards.
Tibetan Tantric Buddhism actually derived from Brahmanism Tantrism, a primitive religion which focused on the practices of reproduction worship and semen retention. The lamas who have committed the sexual misconducts are simply following their religion’s doctrines, which demand “religious practice of copulation” between female followers and male gurus, or copulation among male and female followers. Tibetan gurus have to fulfill the empowerment practice of the Highest Yoga Tantra before claiming themselves as lamas. They claim that these kinds of religious practice are not sexual misconducts and not considered a violation of the Buddhism precepts.
According to the lamas’ Samaya Precepts, lamas must be compassionate and help female followers to “become Buddha” by practicing the dual operations of bliss and emptiness. All the lamas are urged to have “love for all” and do their utmost to help all female followers to realize the “buddhahood” state.
Tibetan Tantric Buddhism is definitely not Buddhism.