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The New Kadampa Tradition (NKT) and the Dalai Lama

GUEST POST by Robert – a former NKT monk

The Protests

If you have tried to attend one of the Dalai Lama’s teachings in the west over the last six years, you will have noticed a peculiar mob of people gathered outside in a loud, formal protest. 2,336 more words

New Kadampa Tradition

Fruitful discussions on Facebook about the Shugden / Anti Dalai Lama campaign with NKT followers

The Facebook group Talk about Shugden – which I cannot follow due to not being on FB – seems to offer a useful discussion between ill informed NKT zealots and more informed or at least more reasonable and openly investigating people. 2,094 more words

Dorje Shugden Controversy

The Spirit In the Salted Tea

 

It was a warm afternoon accompanied with the peppered and salted air that rendered the two friends to loosen their physical carriage in one of the cafes in the neighborhood. 1,680 more words

Short Stories

The Spirit In the Salted Tea

 

It was a warm afternoon accompanied with the peppered and salted air that rendered the two friends to loosen their physical carriage in one of the cafes in the neighborhood. 1,680 more words

Buddhism

A Brief Correction of Deliberately Misleading Information on Dorjeshugden.com Regarding the Situation at Sera Mey

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The then Abbot of Sera Mey, Kensur Rinpoche Lobsang Rabga, who presided over the separation and segregation of monastic assets allowed Serpom Monastery (formally Pomra Khamtsen) to keep only the buildings on Pomra Khamtsen land, leaving the Serpom monks without a prayer hall, without a school and with insufficient accommodation.

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Buddhism

The White Shadow of the Dalai Lama

Some people from China – especially some communist “concrete heads”, far left wing people, pro Shugden campaigners and a few uninformed journalists or blogger claim a shadow side of the Dalai Lama. 1,640 more words

Buddhism