Whether or not the French Legal system determines that Rigpa is a cult, if you personally accept that you were in a cult, you can then apply the wealth of support material for cult victims to your own situation, and that can be very helpful for moving on with your life in your post-Rigpa experience. … Continue reading Recovering from an Abusive Group
Ordinary people It must be frustrating for those in Rigpa who organise the initiatives and write the communications to have everything they do viewed critically, and publically. Of course, if I and those I speak for had a voice inside Rigpa, I wouldn’t have to do it publically, but for the moment, this is the … Continue reading Trust, Communication and an invitation from An Olive Branch
Best wishes for 2018. This blog is by nature of its topic - in the wake of revelations of abuse in Rigpa - tied to what happens in Rigpa and how those affected are processing the revelations, so I don't know where the journey will lead us. However, the moderators remain committed to a balanced … Continue reading What does Compassion look like?
Email sent Around a month ago, a group of 20 Rigpa and ex-Rigpa students sent an email to teachers listed as teaching in Lerab Ling in the coming year. Included was a copy of the letter by the 8 to make sure that they could read it for themselves, a summary of the issues that had arisen … Continue reading Tsoknyi Rinpoche Responds