--- Vaj wrote:
> 
> >> Vaj wrote:
> >> I mean ultimately if you cannot perceive your consort as pure
> >> vision, i.e. as the Deity, the result is NOT going to be
> >> enlightenment.
> >>
> 
> Without breaking any vows I think it's safe to say that since you  
> need to perfect the generation stage before perfecting a completion  
> stage practice, like consort practice. 

Oh, I think I understand. I had missed the notion that 
this fellow had taken a consort as part of his spiritual 
path -- that the sex was for awakening, as opposed 
to being for all the other joys of sex. I can see how 
such a path may entail some prerequisites.

So, is the controversy centered on the monk's claims to a 
certain level of spiritual development? I had taken it as more 
of an old-fashioned teacher-consorting-with-student 
controversy.





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