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The letter was also sent to the Dalai Lama, some senior Tibetan Buddhist lamas and to about 1,000 Rigpa members of the “Rigpa Dzogchen Mandala”.
Rigpa is an international network of centers and groups founded by Sogyal Rinpoche in 1979.
The signatories distance themselves from claims that such abuse by Sogyal Rinpoche is a wholesome ethical means – or “skillful means” of “wrathful compassion” in the tradition of “crazy wisdom” – with disciples’ best interest at heart in order to free them from their “habitual patterns”. We feel that we and others have been harmed because your actions were not compassionate; rather they demonstrated your lack of discipline and your own frustration.
In our decades of study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism with you, we trained our minds to view you as the “all embodied jewel” and the “source of all the teachings and blessings” of the Buddha-Dharma. Yet, we struggled for years because your actions did not square with the teachings. Often when we sit down to meditate and practice, we feel polluted with trauma from our experience with you; some of us relate to the Vajrayana with deep suspicion; and some of us are at work rebuilding from scratch the foundations of our study and practice recognising that your manipulation was intermingled with all that we were taught.
So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.
After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website.
Some of us have been subjected to sexual harassment in the form of being told to strip, to show you our genitals (both men and women), to give you oral sex, being groped, asked to give you photos of our genitals, to have sex in your bed with our partners, and to describe to you our sexual relations with our partners.
You’ve ordered your students to photograph your attendants and girlfriends naked, and then forced other students to make photographic collages for you, which you have shown to others.