What Kind of Buddha Dharma Does Tsongkhapa's "Ming Jinxing" Belong To?

Published:2011/08/08 09:20

(By Lin Yuyue of the True Heart News Interviewing Team in Taipei) Zhang Gongpu, CEO of the True Enlightenment Education Foundation, indicates that the late Master Ri Chang of the Bliss and Wisdom Foundation had praised Tsongkhapa, the author of the Great Exposition of Secret Mantra, all his life. Because of his in-depth practice of Tibetan “Buddhism” and deeply cherished relationship with the Dalai Lama, Master Ri Chang definitely knew what the Highest Yoga Tantra means in the final part of the Great Exposition of Secret Mantra. Master Ri Chang, however, never explicitly defined this term in public, but occasionally hinted that the essence of the Highest Yoga Tantra is the Couple-Practice Tantra. In this way, he planted the seeds of Couple-Practice Tantra into his followers' eighth vijnana.

CEO Zhang illustrates with an example of Master Ri Chang, who eulogized Tsongkhapa's practice of “Ming Jinxing” (unrestrained sexual practice with female consorts) in preach sessions. And the ignorant followers accepted “Ming Jinxing” with admiration because of what the Master said. And yet, what “prerequisite” does the Ming Jinxing practice require? One must first receive the fourth empowerment of the copulation tantric yoga before being allowed to practice “Ming Jinxing.” And according to Tsongkhapa's definition: “Jinxing means one made a decision to practice to obtain all Buddhas' achievement; Ming Jinxing means one should never be without female consorts. To practice the bliss Samadhi with qualified female consorts is the unsurpassed Jinxing for all Buddhas through female consort.” Tsongkhapa's words are most unequivocal. In other words, those who practice the Great Exposition of Secret Mantra will eventually be required to practice the copulation tantra of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism. They will have to practice the dual operation of bliss and emptiness of the Couple-Practice Tantra with as many practitioners of the opposite sex in their group as possible.

CEO Zhang points out that some people do not have inclination to the pure practice taught by the Buddha because of the influence of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism. They either have passionate attachments to Tibetan “Buddhism,” or have learned or practiced the filthy doctrines of the cult in their past lives. These seeds sprout in this current life and involuntarily led to their practice of Tsongkhapa’s the Great Exposition of Secret Mantra. Nevertheless, they hide their practice of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism. Thinking themselves as goodhearted, they deceive themselves as well as others by claiming that they will never practice the Couple-Practice Tantra.

CEO Zhang further indicates that some of them have started to dedicate themselves unconditionally as volunteers in Tibetan “Buddhism” ceremonies. They even go abroad on pilgrimages to the Tibetan government-in-exile and listen to the Dalai Lama’s lectures and exhortation. Unfortunately, the Dalai Lama still maintains the same tune for inspiration in his books: The practitioners must seek opposite sex partners for copulation practice. These Tibetan Tantric followers are just like moths darting into the flame, as if they had become addicted to amphetamines and had no chance of recovery.

CEO Zhang also expresses that these people had unknowingly drunk the poisonous wine believing that “sexual love is Buddhist cultivation.” The public are already aware of the fact that the claim that “the monastic lamas never practice copulation” is just a flat lie designed to cover up the rape cases committed by the lamas. Dawa Tsering, Director of the Religious Foundation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, always denies all legitimate allegations of the “copulation practice” and untruly accuses others of slander. He claims that only the Dalai Lama can comment on this subject but no one else. The die-hard supporters of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism are so successfully brainwashed that their characters have been drastically changed. “Defending the couple practice” of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism has become the most important part of their lives. CEO Zhang appeals to all followers of Tibetan Tantric Buddhism, practicing or not, to ask themselves: Should Taiwan society accept this religious doctrine? (Reported by Lin Yuyue)20110808

Editor's Note:

This article is an English version of the Chinese edition published on February 9, 2011.