Reincarnation, The Dalai Lama case in point

July 7, 2009 at 7:05 pm | Posted in spiritual rantings | Leave a comment

Tenzin Gyatso, the fourteenth and current Dala...Image via Wikipedia

The Tibetans have reincarnation down to a science. After all it is a science, it is
a conscious trip through the bardo state to return to consciousness in physical
human form.

The Dalai Lama is part of a long tradition in Tibet, where the Dalai Lama dies and
the people wait for a portent that he is born again, the smoke goes up in a certain direction, and fungus grows on the tomb, and the regent in charge sends out a scout
to find the child.

The Dalai Lama has been reincarnating for a very long time and his lock on tyranny
in Tibet was like no other. It was a country of serfs, and he was head of this
serfdom. The people routinely were punished by the lamas and Panchen lamas, here
you would find eye gougings, leg and hand and arm amputations, beatings, scaldings,
torture. The Dalai Lama could be equated with the Pharaohs of Egypt who also
continually reincarnated to practice tyranny upon a group of sheeple.

The Dalai Lama fled Tibet when the Red Chinese came to free it’s people from
such tyranny. Most Tibetan who fled with the Dalai Lama were rich and in charge
in Tibet. The poor Tibetans did not leave Tibet.

The tyranny that the Dalai Lama practiced in Tibet is not evident in India where
the Tibetans have colonized in hopes of one day returning to Tibet. In the
meantime the Dalai Lama has learned alot. He now believes in Democracy, and
knows that his people should be allowed to vote for someone to lead them.

The Dalai Lama is in a quandry about reincarnating however. He fully realizes
the tyranny he put his people under. He has tried to make amends, but the fact
remains that his people expect him to return after he leaves his body for the
last time.

In Tibet the Tibetan monks create sand art. It must be done in the sand, and
every single day. The symbols of the Mandela, are the different electro magnetic
fields one passes through in the Bardo State. Each symbol represents an idea
that the monks understand, one must consciously recognize while traversing the
bardo state, with the specific intention of returning to Tibet, or as a Tibetan,
as the symbols are the deeper meanings of serving the Dalai Lama.

This Psuedo demi-god has destroyed alot of lives over the thousands of years he
has incarnated and led his people to the sides of the pit. But the clue to
reincarnating is in the Tibetan symbol of the Mandela.

this mandela of the Tibetan monks is created everyday, day in, day out, for the
express purpose of ingraining these symbols in the Tibetan Monk psyche. Remember
the symbol is created everyday, and at the end of the day, it is wiped clean. The sand is swept away.
The Tibetans say it is because life is short, and remembrance dull. So the
mandela was created so that the Monks could see the stations of the symbols of
the mandela, and understand that this is an exact map of the bardo state, that
they will traverse when they die and enter the static state that we call
death.

The Dalai Lama has said he will chose to reincarnate somewhere else, or he
will let the Tibetans know where he is going to reincarnate, or he will not
reincarnate or he will reincarnate as a woman. Understand he knows he has
the power to do this. The Dalai Lama could free all of his people if he
chose not to reincarnate. That would finally break the tyrannical hold on
the tibetan sheeple.

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