Today's post has two videos in it, one by me, Tahlia, and the other by Sangye, but we're both talking about the same topic. We are examining whether or not a master is needed in order to recognise the nature of mind. The videos compliment each other, and I hope you will watch both and … Continue reading Is a Master Needed in Order to Recognise the Nature of Mind?
Later on in this post I share a video interview I did with ex-monk Sangye Nawang in which he tells us just what it was like to be in the firing line of Sogyal Rinpoche's temper, but first some introduction to help explain why students entered into a close relationship with their guru. The fire … Continue reading What it’s like to be in the line of Sogyal’s fire: a personal testimony.
Finally we've got to our examination of the beliefs we held without question. The first is one that we often heard from Sogyal Rinpoche, "A Spiritual teacher should attack your hidden faults" or other versions of that same idea. Looking back now, it seems like an attempt to justify abusive behaviour! And he did use … Continue reading Should a Spiritual Teacher Attack Your Hidden Faults?
I'm not writing posts for this blog anymore, but I am still updating it, and so I'm interested in publishing suitable posts from you, our readers. Just send it via the contact page. I can't guarantee to publish it, but I can guarantee to read it. Just make sure that you read the About page … Continue reading Some thoughts on DZK’s talks