Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche’s students dancing in the middle of a talk
Your blog is a sad place. The way you mix serious accusations’ stories, with supposedly “fun” movies of people beating each other up and images from events that should not be available online, just doesn’t make any sense and shows that your mind is a sad, obscure place. Please take a good look at yourself in the mirror and consider what you are doing. Do you think it’s funny? Justified? Of any benefit to anyone? I wonder if you were really there at Rinpoche’s teaching, filming the dance. I wonder how it is possible that you were there and then you feed this sad little blog with so much dirt.
What a sad and negative view of this post you have Anonymous. This post shows how compassionate and patient Rinpoche is. Why do you find it negative? Why do you find it bad? It does benefit many. It benefits me. It shows lamas like Dzongsar Kyentse is willing to do anything that is unconventional to bring Dharma to others. I love this video and I think it is fantastic. Thanks for posting!
Dear Aron, I absolutely agree with you. This is a wonderful video. People or students who want this removed shows clearly their insecurities. Dzongsar Kyentse chooses to be unconvential. In his choice to be different than the traditional lama, he naturally attracts negative attention. But it is in his compassion for those he will reach by being different that perhaps convential lamas cannot meet. When I see this video, I am amazed and find Dzongsar Kyentse absolutely wonderful, open, accepting and without judgement. Great video. Great Lama. Great inspiration. Lama Chenno!
well, this video is out of context.
and since when sitting has been unconvential – has it gone out of mainstream or what?
Thank you Pawo it was amazing! do you have also other videos of this same goodbye evening?
Dear Webmaster, please do not remove this video. It just shows how incredibly egoless Dzongsar Kyentse is to accept any offerings to him. I think it’s beautiful. Absolutely amazing. May more lamas like him appear.
At first glance, it does look strange that people would act like this in front of Rinpoche and Rinpoche would ‘encourage’ it and or his assistants would ‘allow’ it. On second glance, it just shows how many people need Dharma very badly and Rinpoche is just accepting whatever comes along. However they act, he accepts and finds ways to bring Dharma to them. Isn’t that what a lama is suppose to do and doesn’t that inspire us? It does me. I like this video after some thoughts.
So this video is great. I feel that we couldn’t judge why students danced during the speech. For me, it is nice to see people happy and dancing than sad.
I wasn’t there and have no idea how or why the music and dancers began BUT it only shows to me that people, no matter what tradition they follow, can be silly. Is that so terrible?
This is a very funny video