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Re: Theos-World Reincarnation of Lord Buddha here isReal message from Nepal

Nov 28, 2005 06:49 AM
by Mauri

<<The Dalai Lama is considered by Tibetan Buddhists to be the
reincarnation of Chenrezig (Avalokiteshwara), the Buda of
Compassion. Are there real and concrete evidences that he is? If so,
what are they?
pedro >>>>>

I don't know about evidence, in whatever sense/context, that might be real
enough for everybody, but, for whatever it might be worth ... here's a quote
in the words of the Dalai Lama, himself, from his autobiography, FREEDOM IN
EXILE, about how he was chosen as the the next Dalai Lama. From page 12:

<<Nevertheless, rather than reveal the purpose of their visit, the group
asked only to stay the night. The leader of the party, Kewtsang Rinpoche,
then pretended to be a servant and spent much of the evening observing and
playing with the youngest child in the house. The child recognised him and
called out 'Sera Lama, Sera Lama ' Sera was Kewtsang Rinpoche's monastery.
Next day they left - only to return a few days later as a formal deputation.
This time they brought with them a number of things that had belonged to my
predecessor, together with several similar items that did not. In every
case, the infant correctly identified those belonging to the Thirteenth
Dalai Lama saying, 'It's mine. It's mine.' This more or less convinced the
search party that they had found the new incarnation. However, there was
another candidate to be seen before a final decision could be reached. But
it was not long before the boy from Taktser was ackowledged to be the new
Dalai Lama. I was that child.>>


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