Distinguish fish eyes from genuine pearls: The essence of Buddha dharma is the eight vijnanas, not six vijnanas

From: https://forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopic.php?f=121&t=102003&p=1407316#p1407316

In the teachings of Buddhism, it's allowed to distinguish the fish eyes from the genuine pearls. It means the Buddha dharma have to be kept purely. It means the essence of Buddha dharma is the eight vijnanas(八識論). If there is one sect insisting the characters of all dharmas are consciousness (the 6th vijnana), it's far away from the teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni, and has to be pointed out as a fake one because the consciousness vanishes every night and it is impermanent which is not the Diamond Heart to be meant.

Unfortunately, the lamas of Tibetan Buddhism teach their followers that the consciousness (the 6th vijnana) is the core of Buddhist teachings and they can experience the enlightenment during tantric sexual practice. Therefore it's important to point out their fake teachings. Because the Buddha Shakyamuni never teaches the tantric sex. Because the Buddha Shakyamuni always says the consciousness is impermanent and dual. The consciousness is definitely not the Diamond Heart.

If you are really interested in the Buddhist teachings, please read some teachings of Four āgama Sutra(四阿含經)about the teachings that the consciousness is not the target of true dharma.


  1. Its getting really tight as we go through your article.
    Freshwater Pearls

    1. The true Buddha dharma has to be spread out to stop the misleading of Tibetan Buddhism. Thanks for your visiting.

    2. Indeed, that's why the Buddha was honored the "Unsurpassed Lord"; He has attained the ultimate enlightenment and His teachings are guidance for us to liberation.

      True wisdom is not like having a cup of coffee or sex, so it will take time and determination to achieve the Bodhi path!

    3. It is very sad that the true wisdom is like having sex due to the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. For the lamas and their followers, it will take long long long time to achieve the Bodhi path!