The Dalai Lama personally stopped his own prayers to Dorje Shugden, also known as Dolgyal, or “demon king,” a protector deity of the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism. “So therefore, eventually I noticed that and I dropped my practice,” he said. “And then eventually made (that) known to those monasteries, to those scholars or monks.”
DORJE SHUGDEN CONTROVERSY:
…The conflict reappeared with the publication of the Yellow Book in 1976, containing stories about wrathful acts of Dorje Shugden against Gelugpas (The Yellow Hats) who also practiced Nyingma (The Red Hats…see below) teachings. In response, the 14th Dalai Lama, a Gelugpa himself and advocate of an “inclusive” approach to the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism, started to speak out against the practice of Dorje Shugden in 1978.…
The Nyingmapa, a Red Hat sect of Tibetan Buddhism, incorporate local religious practices and local deities and elements of shamanism, which is shared with Bon. The group particularly believes in hidden terma treasures. Traditionally, Nyingmapa practice was advanced orally among a loose network of lay practitioners. Monasteries with celibate monks and nuns, along with the practice of reincarnated spiritual leaders are later adaptations.
The Nyingma tradition actually comprises several distinct lineages that all trace their origins to the Indian master Padmasambhava, who is lauded in the popular canon as the founder of Tibetan Buddhism in the eighth century, and is still propitiated in the discipline of reciprocity that is guru yoga sādhanā, the staple of the traditions.
These teachings come from India and Hinduism, water spirits, with Yoga being the western first step indoctrination into the worship and eventual infilling of the human victim by the destructive deities they evoke.
The recent protests against the Dalai Lama banning prayers to “The Demon King” asking it to bring destruction to people in the name of Peace and Love is confusion at best, by it’s followers.
Let’s make it simple:
Religions that pray destruction and violence against people who don’t agree with them, calling it peace, peace, then sudden destruction, is actually Revealed to John in the last Chapter.
Think about it, who is really being deceived into evoking evil wrathful water spirits, storms, hurricanes against people who do not believe the way they do, besides VooDoo practitioners from Haiti throughout the USA and Louisiana? Could it be the Buddhists who insist on praying to destructive gods?
And what is the difference between those religions like Hinduism, Buddhism and VooDoo (all associated with poverty) that pray for a spirit to create destructive weather, and the muslims who take up a sword and do the god’s work themselves by chopping heads, and all forms of fear and murder and death?
One group does it in the spirit and the other does it by the arm of the flesh but it is all death not life.
And what is the difference of those working out their Karma and those who live under religious laws?
Isn’t it all still a form of bondage?
As for me, I’ll pray to the God of Life, who brings life, gives grace and forgiveness and I will promote Life, and pray life for you ! I will pray against destruction and disease and death, and will not evoke evil spirits to do the will of myself as so many do to this day… amazing, simply amazing…