Terjemahan Indonesia: Kiranya kamu meletakkan Guru Akar di Tempat yang Layak dan Sepantasnya?
Referring to the recorded sermon:
- 10/04/2015 Nine Stages Dharma of the Great Perfection Dzogchen by Grand Master Lu-Rainbow Temple
|GM Lu showing the hand mudra for 普巴金刚 Dorje Phurba (Vajrakilaya)|
Quoting from Empowerment Transfer article:
[--- I also wondered why when GM said we in Tantrayana use the toga ( a long strip of cloth use to drape over our shoulders and wrap around our upper torso), the members of central committee went to maul over this at a special meeting and ruled that with immediate effect, discontinue the use of the toga and use the brown ceremonial drape that those non-tantrayana employed.
Calling a meeting to decide and rule against Root Guru's Words?
In my humble opinion, this should not occur in Tantrayana where Root Guru is absolute Teacher, we can't cast doubts on his teachings or his ways.
I have mentioned that chanting mantra, we also have to follow Root Guru's pronunciation to receive the relevant lineage empowerment transfer/blessings.
Do you place Root Guru in the Right Place? ---]
In the above speech on 4 October 2015 in Seattle's Rainbow Temple, GM Lu shared a very important key!
He shared how Yeshe Tsogyal paid respect first to Padmaguru unlike the 25 other followers, upon sight of appearance of 13 variants of Vajrakilaya.
She was the only one that received Abhiseka for 8 variants of Vajrakilaya!
The 25 others, not even one variant!
Then he recounted a similar incident whereby a chapter's admin decided to follow Shi-mu's instruction instead of GM Lu's!
An importance message from GM Lu: Your lineage comes from WHO?
When you failed to achieve Yoga with Guru or any yidam, You have only Yourself to Blame or Point Finger At!
An important key for your foundation building in Tantrayana is Respect Guru!
You always defer to your Root Guru and absolutely trust Him too!
Abhiseka comes only from Root Guru too!
It is not too late to chuck out the garbage and listen exclusively to your Root Guru!
Om Guru Lian Sheng Siddhi Hom