Sexual abuses disclosed by the media only the tip of the iceberg

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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.


  1. The Dalai Lama has said many times, after meeting with the leaders of Western Buddhism centers, that women who have been mistreated should speak out publicly. He says they should "go to the newspapers, and, if necessary, to the police". There need to be many more arrests and court cases to bring public attention to this problem. Women should not be afraid to report assaults to the police.

    I don't understand why so many women stay silent and keep the lamas' secrets after being treated so horribly. Victims of the lamas' abuse should get trauma therapy, and should organize to support each other. It's the women who have the power, because they know the lamas' secrets. They can tell everything to the newspapers and television.

  2. 1. Firstly, all followers(male and female alike) have been constantly brained washed from the very beginning, that "treat your guru as the way you treat buddha, because guru is the one who teaches you in person."
    2. After sexual assaults, all victims were threatened and vowed to keep mum, or they will be cursed to death and fall to hell.
    3. Do you know how June Campbell was treated by the public when she revealed her true experience?
    4. Even today, do you know how isolated this website is? In comparison with the masses who attend the Kalachakra Tantra.

    If everyone could be so rational as you are, the lamas and their Tantric practice would not have lasted till today. Since the tantra practice is connected to the human nature of this desire realm. Just to share with you some of my understandings.

  3. TO: "1. Firstly"-- Thanks for your 4 points. I post them to HuffPost (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/27/dalai-lama-washington-dc_n_885612.html). I hope more and more people will realize the ture face of Lamaism.

  4. Tantric Buddhism and AIDS-part 2
    Buddhist Sect Alarmed by Reports that Leader Kept His AIDS a Secret

    Young Tibetan boys were regularly taken from their peasant families and brought into the monasteries to be trained as monks. Once there, they were bonded for life. Tashì-Tsering, a monk, reports that it was common for peasant children to be sexually mistreated in the monasteries. He himself was a victim of repeated rape, beginning at age nine. 14 The monastic estates also conscripted children for lifelong servitude as domestics, dance performers, and soldiers.
    Not all Tibetan exiles are enamoured of the old Shangri-La theocracy. Kim Lewis, who studied healing methods with a Buddhist monk in Berkeley, California, had occasion to talk at length with more than a dozen Tibetan women who lived in the monk’s building. When she asked how they felt about returning to their homeland, the sentiment was unanimously negative. At first, Lewis assumed that their reluctance had to do with the Chinese occupation, but they quickly informed her otherwise. They said they were extremely grateful “not to have to marry 4 or 5 men, be pregnant almost all the time,” or deal with sexually transmitted diseases contacted from a straying husband. The younger women “were delighted to be getting an education, wanted absolutely nothing to do with any religion, and wondered why Americans were so naïve [about Tibet].”63

  5. Tantric Buddhism and AIDS - part 3

    The history of Lamaism among the Mongols

    Many people were forced to serve as bondsmen to the monasteries. Bogdo Gegen had 22,000 monks and 28,000 bondsmen. There were many complaints of children being abused by monks. The monks themselves spread syphilis all over the countryside. The people began to feel unrest. In 1921, requests for assistance to the Soviet Communist government were made. In 1924, when the last Bogdo Gegen died with syphilis, the Mongolian People Republic was born.

    When serfs stood up in Tibet

    The monasteries would probably decline sharply in numbers when lamas, placed in them as children were legally free to leave. The loss to the monasteries would mean important gain to Tibet. For the long decline of its population was generally attributed to the number of males who, as lamas, refrained from production and responsible reproduction, and also to the syphilis which followed the monasteries like a plague. The marriage and birth rate would rise now and the long decline of the population through the centuries would come to an end.

  6. Thank you, "Anonymous, 2", for your response to my comments. Regarding the brainwashing "from the beginning" to treat the teacher as a Buddha, I have done some research. The conclusion of my research is that this is a false teaching aimed at setting the stage for manipulation and abuse of students. Many knowledgeable people I've discussed this with have said that revering the guru as Buddha, what is called "Guru Yoga", is done ONLY at the highest level of practice, in Highest Yoga Tantra. Students of Buddhism in beginning or intermediate levels of study and practice who encounter a teacher that tells them to regard the teacher as a Buddha, should RUN from that teacher.

    I post this because this information needs to get out to followers of Buddhism. Dharma students need to have a correct understanding of the teacher-student relationship, so that they can identify false and dangerous teachers. My experience is only as a student in group environments, and in such circumstances, no teacher has ever said to regard them as a Buddha. Maybe this problem is more prone to occur when students are seeing a teacher privately, I don't know.

    RE: being threatened with hell to maintain silence after a sexual assault: this is why there needs to be a support network established for victims of "lama abuse". Victims need to be given emotional support, referred to therapeutic resources, and encouraged to file criminal charges. There is no hell, except the personal hell one experiences by keeping the terrible secret hidden inside. Psychologically, this is very dangerous.
    Acknowledging the trauma and speaking about it are important to regain psychological well-being.

    Furthermore, by maintaining the silence, abused women are only enabling the lama to continue his unethical and criminal behavior. It is time to end the silence, in order to prevent future casualties, and to bring justice to this deplorable situation.

    If these incidents take place in the West, filing criminal charges is easier than in India, where the judicial system works very slowly, and a case can take many years to reach a conclusion. After criminal charges are filed, a report can be given to the news media. We all need to work together to empower women to denounce their attackers. Better yet, educate women about the dangers of Tibetan Buddhism, and about a correct student-teacher relationship so that these problems can be avoided, and educate the public about the carefully hidden agenda in Tibetan Buddhist practice.