Sexual Subjugation, Rape, and Spiritual Rape (Dream Penetration) and a cloak of silence in Tibetan Lamaism

I’ve been following the news stories about Harvey Weinstein, film producer and the co-founder of the Weinstein Company, and the allegations of sexual harassment against him by many Hollywood actresses. And the new (to the public) revelations that he not only sexually harassed vulnerable women (which he admitted), he is now being accused of actually raping women as well. He maintains, to this day, that all of these encounters were ‘consensual’!

Weinstein had free, unrepentant, rein during his decades as one of the most powerful men in this country. As he has been left of center politically, he hobnobbed with ‘liberal’ politicians hungry for his money and influence, and wielded a make-or-break power over actors, actresses, celebrities, musicians and artists of all genres.

Although many women are now speaking out, relating their experiences with this sociopathic sexual predator, not too many men in this industry spoke up at first in support of their family, friends and colleagues.

Most of the men who remained silent are the same men spoke out swiftly and viciously against Bill Cosby, Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes and Donald Trump. These silent men had identified themselves as supporting a progressive approach to equality and women, but not speaking up previously, if they knew of Weinstein’s behavior speaks ill of them, but worse, not speaking up immediately removed all credibility of their liberal bona fides.

This blogpost aims to expose to the world the sexual subjugation, rape, and spiritual rape (dream penetration) in Tibetan Lamaism, which many know about but are unwilling or unable to speak about, or who are active and/or complicit in this activity.

  • When the author of ‘Enthralled: The Guru Cult of Tibetan Buddhism’, Christine Chandler, signed up for a simple meditation retreat, she had no idea she would be severing emotional ties with her ordinary life, in order to obey the intense practices of Tibetan Lamas; becoming one of their many western devotees and ‘change agents’ to help the lamas overwhelm western values and ethics in order to replace them with a Buddhist-disguised Tantric spirituality.
  • After nearly thirty years as a Tibetan ‘Buddhist,’ Chandler finally realized that she had been part of a thousand-year old, guru-worshiping cult that uses mindfulness and other contemplative practices, along with ancient and sophisticated techniques, to recruit, commit and entrap westerners into the Tibetan Lama’s medieval, misogynistic world. A world where the Tibetan lamas can secretly keep harems of young women, cuckold the men, and financially, physically and spiritually exploit their students.

Although hundreds of thousands of Tibetans and Westerners, men, women and children, have been subjected over the decades to the abusive Tantric sex rituals of Lamaists, they are silent. They are silent because no one believes them, this centuries-long culture of male privilege and iron-fisted sacerdotal oppression, Lamaism, which uses the Hindu-based Tantric sex rituals to sexually abuse women, men and children without reprisal, has subjugated, shamed, silenced and punished those whom they harm.

Very few Westerners listen to these victims, and if they do listen, they excuse the abuse by Lamaists as individual acts by ‘bad apples,’ or the victim’s ‘incomplete understanding’ of seeing their abusive teachers as holy, pure, faultless ‘Buddha-nature’!

Both women and men who were sexually subjugated were deceived by Tibetan Lamaists, told that they were chosen to be tantric sex partners and would receive higher spiritual attainment, and a prominent place in the power structure of this ungodly religion.

The ‘guru-lamas’ insist that their sexual consorts must remain secret, thus allowing the Lamaists to maintain control over the women and men. June Campbell, one of the ‘previous’ Kalu Rinpoche’s Western consorts, wrote in her book, ‘Traveler in Space,’ published in 1996, “Since the book was published, I’ve had letters from women all over the world with similar and worse experiences.”

The defenders, enablers and apologists of Tibetan Lamaists have been seduced by favoritism, subjugated through rituals and thought/emotion projection, and brain-washed by the Tantric-based teachings.

Many of the victims have been unwilling sexual consorts, many have been raped, traumatized from the exploitation, shamed, threatened with death and madness, and demoralized. (Those who believed they were willing sexual consorts, forward-thinkers eager to explore new experiences of spiritual attainment offered through sex with Tibetan Lamaists, ask yourselves just how willing were you, or were you subjected to the seduction of thought/emotion projection, dream penetration, and (short-lived) flattering attention from a Lamaist? How long did your seductive sexual relationship last, and are you closer to the attainment of enlightenment because of it?)

But so many of these women and men, over the decades, have not had the support they’ve needed to tell of their experiences to the world, so these stories have remained hidden, or disbelieved, these women and men discredited and the lie of Tibetan ‘Buddhism’ continues to spread its evil around the world.

We give voice to these women, men and children, to those who are no longer here with us, and to those who have gone silent, to let them know they have not suffered in vain.

Only relatively recently have these communities started to address the sexual abuse perpetuated by the Lamaists (but not the underlying foundation that creates the abuse). Committees and councils have been set up to ‘listen’ to the victims, and some of the victims have been told to ‘work with their abusers’.

What crap. The Tibetan Lamaists, Tibetans and Westerners, are only giving lip service to addressing the abuses, in many instances blaming the victims, and never once addressing the fact that it is Tibetan Lamaism itself that is creating and perpetuating the harm that is being done on a massive scale. This is also known as ‘trauma-based mind control.’

As an example, the following are excerpts from an interview that was published in Lion’s Roar, in 2014:

Confronting Abuse of Power   BY LION’S ROAR STAFF| NOVEMBER 20, 2014

  • Alan Senauke: …Also, the sangha has to hold the grief that some people will not be healed. Even with the best of intentions, some people will be wounded and leave. Some will not want to heal, and that includes victims and perpetrators.

In this interview, Palden comments:

  • Lama Palden: At some of Kalu Rinpoche’s centers in France, there were lamas who had engaged in unethical behavior and had to be removed. I’ve also acted as a mediator at dharma centers here, where the unethical conduct involved Western teachers.
  • As others have said, there’s always a great deal of shock and disappointment in these situations. There’s also a lot of hurt and a sense of betrayal. One of the serious concerns is that many of the people who get hurt the most are those who already have experienced abuse in their childhood. Instead of the dharma being a place where they can heal and find safety, it becomes another place of perpetration and hurt.
  • I’ve been in the room during some of these mediations where there was so much pain. We really have to acknowledge the level of pain that unethical activity brings forth in people. Just unbelievable pain. And I’ve seen hundreds of women turned off of the dharma.

Palden also comments (on Kalu being sexually abused as a child growing up in at Lamaist monastery):

  • Yes, he has brought the issue out of the closet for the Tibetan and Vajrayana communities, because of course it’s happening in all the monasteries. Some of my British male friends have told me it’s very much like the British public schools system—it’s something that has always gone on and everybody knows, but nobody talks about it. I think it was very courageous of Rinpoche to bring the misconduct to light. He wants to work inside the system for change.
  • …The young Kalu Rinpoche told me a similar story, that when he took responsibility for centers all around the world at the age of eighteen, he had to step in to address issues of abuse. At one center, he told all the women to come speak to him one by one. It took two days to hear them all out. He told me he cried the whole time. It was important that the women were heard.
  • …As has been said, some people are not going to heal, either because they don’t want to or because they lack the capacity to do so.

Here is more doublespeak, Senauke and Palden (Caroline Alioto, a psychologist), blaming the victims, creating a false narrative that those that are hurt the most were abused as children. So, those who weren’t abused as children aren’t hurt as much by the same reprehensible behavior? These highly-realized ‘teachers’ believe that victims are not going to heal because they don’t want to or they lack the capacity to heal?

Perhaps there is no healing in the confines of that which harmed them, and leaving is the only way for these wounded to heal, so passing judgment on them because they leave wounded to find healing elsewhere is misinformed and myopic. Why should they stay if they have been abused?

One of the reprobate Lamaists, Tempa Dargye, was being held in provisional detention, following allegations of rape and sexual violence by four women. One woman alleged that she was aged nine when she was raped. French police have also launched an investigation into financial irregularities at the centre……”

Some teachers have been removed (such as Norlha), but only after decades of sexual predation and psychological abuse of their students. It’s hard to say, wow, progress is being made, when the behavior by these teachers, and the horrific harm their victims experience, was known all along, and blind eyes turned.

Palden acknowledges in this interview that the sexual abuse of minors is rampant in the Tibetan monasteries, but she did not say that she was working to end the rapes, beatings and abuses of these children and reform the monastic system.

But by and large, the victims are either pressured to change how they view what happened to them (your being sexually subjugated, and/or raped was for your own good! Why aren’t you enlightened now?) or they fade away, and lick their wounds in isolation.

Let’s examine a couple of techniques that Lamaists use for thought/emotion projection, sexual subjugation and spiritual rape to control women and men:

Dream Yoga, or Milam (the yoga of the dream state), and Tonglen (‘taking’! and sending)

Westerners believe that it is to awaken the consciousness in the dream state.

Dream yoga is taught within the trance Bardos of Dream and Sleep. Bardo is the Tibetan term for the intermediate state or gap we experience between death and our next rebirth. It is also used to explain any inbetween state of being, such as sleep.

In the tradition of tantra, a teacher instructs the student, once the student has passed an initiation.

It’s considered a passing on of enlightened experience rather than reading texts, and requires the student to develop sufficient self awareness to achieve conscious lucidity during sleep.

Their aim is to harness the power of the lucid dream state by “apprehending the dream”. Students are then required to complete set tasks to take them to the next level. These tasks include:

  • Practice sadhana (a spiritual discipline)
  • Receive initiations, empowerments and transmissions
  • Visit different places, planes and lokas (worlds)
  • Communicate with yidam (an enlightened being)
  • Meet with other sentient beings
  • Fly and shape shift into other creatures

In Tibetan Lamaism, it’s believed that the ego travels about during sleep – revisiting places we have been to in real life, and repeating all our experiences.

Lamaists use dream yoga to traverse the n (dream yoga), and invade the dreams of their students, or others, with manipulating and/or sexual dreams. Although some Western students (and non-students!) may consider themselves special if they have these dreams, this is, in fact, spiritual rape, and an abomination.

‘Taking and Receiving’ – Tonglen

The Lamaists also use thought-projections for mind-control: Highly adept Tibetan Buddhist lamas can project thoughts and emotions toward their students, to control and manipulate them. The practice of Tonglen is not really a meditation for developing love, compassion, and empathy, it is a way to open your mind and make yourself vulnerable to the thoughts and emotions projected by the Lamaists.

I know these things to be true, because I experienced them, although I was protected from their sexual subjugation by a divine power higher and more powerful than any of the Lamaists or their demons or spirits.

Lamaists sent themselves into my dreams, but I rebuffed them. The following are three excerpts from our book, ‘Exposing the Deeds of Darkness’:

  • “One time, in 1997, I went up to the retreat land by myself, to collect money for a retreat from   participants (I was the Treasurer for Kagyu Droden Kunchab for eight years), and to attend the teachings. I did not have a tent, and the main house was full, so that night I put the back seats down in my car, a small Toyota, spread out my sleeping bag, and was quite comfortable. I put over myself the prayer blanket that Lodu Kimshul (known as Lama Lodu) had given to me, and I soon fell asleep.  I had a disturbing dream, sexual in nature, wherein I was approached by Lodu Kimshul, climbing into my car, expecting to have sex with me in my dream. I refused him, in the dream. Creeped out, I did not sleep with the prayer blanket over me for several years, and I put it into a box.”
  • “While moving our stuff into our friend’s home earlier that year, I found the small prayer blankets Kimshul had given to Donald and I several years earlier, that had been packed away in a box. I took them out of the box, and spread them on top of the blankets on our bed. That night I had another sexually-charged dream featuring Kimshul trying to have sex with me. It disturbed me greatly, and I took the prayer blanket off the bed the next morning. I remembered the sexually charged dream I had of Kimshul from a few years prior, (see above paragraph) when I was at the Center’s retreat land in Mendocino, sleeping in my car under the prayer blanket. I told Donald about this current dream, and the first dream. He was as disturbed as I was, and we put the prayer blankets in the trunk of our car. A few days later, while we were driving to Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco, on Folsom Street, we saw a homeless man sitting on the sidewalk next to the store. We parked our car, took the prayer blankets out of the trunk and gave them to this man. He thanked us politely. We went about our day, and forgot about the prayer blankets.
  • But late the next night, both Donald and I felt, simultaneously, quite strongly, that someone was feeling confusion, and rage, and we both thought of the homeless man. We joked to each other that Kimshul ‘felt’ someone sleeping with the prayer blankets and sent a sexually-charged dream penetration out to the person under the blankets, and found that it wasn’t me, but a male stranger!”
  • “While there at Ka Nying Shedrub Ling monastery, I had a dream one night wherein Chokyi Nyima approached me and asked if I was going to be his student. Being leery of devoting myself to another teacher, I said to him, in the dream, “I’m not ready to commit to that yet.” Even in my dream state, my mind was strong, and not susceptible to coercion. The very next day, Chokyi Nyima actually humiliated us by sternly lecturing us in his audience room, in front of others, quoting a passage from Atisha’s teachings on the imperative of obeying one’s root guru, in essence chastising us, in public, for daring to leave our abusive teacher (Lodu Kimshul).”

Although this legion of Goliaths, the Tibetan Lamaists (Tibetan and Westerners), their defenders, apologists and enablers, may believe that Tibetan Lamaism is a higher spiritual path and that their abusive behavior is their right, we are David, and we are bringing them down with God’s ‘stones of emptiness’, we are flinging these stones of emptiness and are unerringly striking the centers of the foreheads of their spiritual Goliaths.

  • But the cormorant and the bittern shall possess it; the owl also and the raven shall dwell in it: and he shall stretch out upon it the line of confusion, and the stones of emptiness (tohu/bohu). Isaiah 34:11
  • תֹּהוּ tohu (1062c); from an unused wordformlessness, confusion, unreality, emptiness:—chaos (1), confusion (1), desolation (1), emptiness (1), empty space (1), formless (2), futile (2), futile things (1), meaningless (2), meaningless arguments (1), nothing (2), waste (3), waste place (2).
  • בֹּהוּ   bohu (96a); from an unused word; emptiness:—emptiness (1), void (2).

Every one of us who have been plucked out/fled this mind-control cult, has the power and authority to fling the stones of emptiness upon the Goliaths of Tibetan Lamaists, and bring eternal confusion and desolation to their false emptiness and Buddhocracy conspiracy.

Every woman, man and child is empowered with the anointing of David, you can rise up against these Goliaths in your life, and defeat them, with one stone, with one release of the sling of your testimony, with your ‘stone of emptiness’ -confusion and desolation- upon their nation.

We use the word of God against them, they are struck down, they lay fallen, unable to rise, their heads are cut off, and you stand victorious over those who had come against you. And the army of the Goliaths turn their backs and they flee.

  • Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell facedown on the ground. So David triumphed over the Philistine with a sling and a stone; without a sword in his hand he struck down the Philistine and killed him. 1 Samuel 17:49-50

 

One thought on “Sexual Subjugation, Rape, and Spiritual Rape (Dream Penetration) and a cloak of silence in Tibetan Lamaism

  1. “The Word of God is quick and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword. Piercing even to the dividing asinder of soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow, and is a dicerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.”
    Hebrews 4:12

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *