“You are all going to Vajra Hell.”

Picture of the Bhavacakra, the wheel of life, the old man instagramed to illustrate this episode of Pulp Buddhism in which the Naropa Prairie Dog Players discuss the coemergence of wisdom and ignorance…

Sally begins.

“So do we like preserving Karma Kagyu tradition or not?”

Virginia replies.

“What is the Karma Kagyu lineage, for better or for worse, if not its Rinpoches.”

Virginia pauses.

“The Karma Kagyu sect of Ogyen Trinley Dorje, the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, amen.”

Caroline replies.

“This is what we know.”

Caroline pauses.

“The Karma Kagyu lineage is not what it appears to be.”

Caroline cobtinues.

“And none of us want it to be otherwise.”

Sally replies.

“If preserving Tibetan tradition is such an issue for us why then bother being Karma Kagyu then”

Caroline replies.

“It’s all part of the process.”

Sally replies.

“Why not just get along?

Caroline replies.

“I thought we were.”

Jonathan replies.

“The coemergence of wisdom and ignorance.”

Caroline replies.

“You can’t make an omlette without an egg.”

Jonathan replies.

“If you can’t stand the heat then stay out of the kitchen.”

Allen replies.

“Don’t look at me, I don’t even have a kitchen.”

Virginia replies.

“You are all going to vajra hell.”

End scene. Fini.

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3 responses to ““You are all going to Vajra Hell.”

  1. Bret

    Vajrayana is so hard!!!

    • Virginia replies.

      “Rinpoche isn’t Karma Kagyu.”

      Karl replies.

      “How do you figure that?”

      Virginia replies.

      “Rinpoche isn’t one of us.”

      Karl replies.

      “He doesn’t answer to Ogyen Trinley Dorje.”

      Sally replies.

      “Are you saying that Rinpoche’s independence somehow disqualify him from being a member of the Karma Kagyu sect?”

      Virginia replies.


      Caroline replies.

      “I disagree.”

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