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The Imperfect Buddha Podcast 3.2: Tenzin Peljor is in the house!

Matthew O’Connor from the Post-Traditional Buddhism blog made recently an interview with me. I didn’t listen to it yet. Hopefully it is somewhat meaningful. At least, I spoke from heart and tried to be honest. 67 more words


Who is Tenzin Peljor?

Tenzin Peljor (Michael Jäckel a.k.a. Mick Jackman) is a “Buddhist monk” based in Germany. By his own admission, he runs a blog supposedly highlighting issues related to Tibetan Buddhism but, in reality, focuses only on and against Dorje Shugden. 244 more words

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Is this how a Buddhist monk behaves?

When Tenzin Peljor a.k.a. Michael Jäckel is not busy attacking Dorje Shugden practitioners online or attending events sponsored by the Tibetan exile government as one of their employees, he is supposedly teaching his students about Buddhist concepts like compassion and bodhicitta. 1,709 more words

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Buddha predicted that the eventual destruction of Buddhism would not come from the outside but from the inside. He predicted that its destruction would come from the shaven-headed members of Buddha’s own order (the Sangha) who did not practice the control of one’s body, speech and mind, and the Dharma. 519 more words

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More on Tenzin Peljor

There are many other websites which have exposed Tenzin Peljor’s online activities. For further information about this person masquerading in monk’s robes, please see these links: 19 more words

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Some corrections with respect to claims made about me in the internet by Tenzin Peljor

Of course, as I expected, the New Kadampa Tradition (NKT) tried hard to defame me online and usually I do not bother to correct them. I will continue to follow this approach. 1,613 more words


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