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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: Anita 2 ()
Date: June 16, 2022 01:09AM

Micaela Riepe Wrote:
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> To make two things clear: Never once was a single
> post of mine deleted on the Rick Ross forum.
> Everything is still there, but under a strange
> moniker. Rather, I assume this site was hacked by
> Nydahl's gifted students. I find it remarkable the
> energy with which most of it was saved.
>
> Secondly, I have been pushing my legal issues
> throughout therapy. After I was prohibited from
> making certain statements by a court order, I
> published the injunction in full on my blog.
> There, of course, the prohibited statements were
> recorded. This and Weber's insinuation - he always
> acted on Nydahl's instructions -, that I published
> my blog under different country abbreviations,
> even though Google did so, led to a sentence of
> two hundred EU administrative fines, or two days
> in prison. I had to laugh secretly, because in the
> open letter to Nydahl I had bet that I would go to
> prison before him. The whole thing was a game.
> Nevertheless, I went to the next higher instance,
> the Higher Regional Court, and was proved right on
> all points.
> What else is bothering you, Anita, is a mystery to
> me. Especially your analysis of my mental state
> and how it got there.
>
> Let us finish this dialogue here.

Micaela, If my post in any way insulted you or you feel that it was invasive of your privacy, then please request from the Moderator to have it deleted. Apologies once again if it was the case. On my side I can no longer edit it.

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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: Anita 2 ()
Date: June 16, 2022 01:26AM

Micaela Riepe Wrote:
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> To make two things clear: Never once was a single
> post of mine deleted on the Rick Ross forum.
> Everything is still there, but under a strange
> moniker. Rather, I assume this site was hacked by
> Nydahl's gifted students. I find it remarkable the
> energy with which most of it was saved.
>
> Secondly, I have been pushing my legal issues
> throughout therapy. After I was prohibited from
> making certain statements by a court order, I
> published the injunction in full on my blog.
> There, of course, the prohibited statements were
> recorded. This and Weber's insinuation - he always
> acted on Nydahl's instructions -, that I published
> my blog under different country abbreviations,
> even though Google did so, led to a sentence of
> two hundred EU administrative fines, or two days
> in prison. I had to laugh secretly, because in the
> open letter to Nydahl I had bet that I would go to
> prison before him. The whole thing was a game.
> Nevertheless, I went to the next higher instance,
> the Higher Regional Court, and was proved right on
> all points.
> What else is bothering you, Anita, is a mystery to
> me. Especially your analysis of my mental state
> and how it got there.
>
> Let us finish this dialogue here.

Micaela, My understanding of your posts is that we are talking about two cases here.

The first was a personal injury case. This case didn’t go through. They nipped it in the bud. You didn’t get a compensation for psychological injury.

The second case was about your blog. They won in the first instance and took your blog down. You appealed the verdict and in the second instance you won. You received an injunction and you republished your blog on Rick Ross Forum. Since now you have an injunction, they no longer take your posts down.

I do think that you are very brave and strong. You were open about what happened and what you had gone through.

You took the bull by the horns. Congratulations. You have found your enlightenment.

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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: Kawa Lhundrub ()
Date: June 17, 2022 07:15PM

A small update on the status of Ole Nydahl. According to my sources, Ole Nydahl's Alzheimer's progressed further in comparison to the last year and it seems that this year will likely be his last year appearing in public. For example he has been displaying a repetitive behavior, where he sits on the podium and claps his hands for some 10-15 minutes. As a result of this the online streamings with his "lectures" are increasingly cancelled and for most events as of late Ole can be only seen in person.



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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: nuldiamondway ()
Date: June 18, 2022 12:42PM

Lhundrub, thank you for this update. Hopefully the people around him will take more care of protecting his dignity and allow him to rest and be cared for.

Continuing to prop him up for an audience is shameful. Those who are doing it should be embarrassed of themselves and those who watch and create a demand for this should be even more embarrassed.

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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: Mary Lou ()
Date: June 19, 2022 10:43PM

I'm sorry to say but people around Ole Nydahl don't give a monkey about him. I watched the last lecture from EC with Jigme Rinpoche and Ole didn't even get comfortable sit. I actually felt sorry for him, he could barely sit and we know that he has a back problems. He was talking to himself, his eyes were wandering somewhere else. Terrible to watch.
Previously I was watching lecture with Ole.
He was reading 16 Karmapa Guru Yoga, he was misspelling words, losing the plot. After he finished to read the whole Guru Yoga he was looking at the cover and then he was starting the whole thing again. I think he read The whole Guru Yoga about four times. There was a moment when he was making some strange faces for a couple of seconds and cameraman pointed the camera at the DW mob.
It was painful to watch.

I remember many years ago he was loosing the plot and people started to leave the lecture.
Let someone stop it please.
It's terrible.

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Re: Ole Nydahl and Diamond Way Buddhism
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: June 20, 2022 12:14AM

A leader's senectitude and powerlessness along with money and fame being out the worst in disciples.

Tim Ward, practiced as a Theravadan monastic in a Thai monastery founded by the celebrated and world famous Ajaan Cha.

In his memoir What the Buddha Never Taught, Ward gives a searing description of this honorable and honest teacher after he'd been left speechless and bedridden by a stroke.

The monks refused to let their old master live and die in peace

Ajaan Chaa brought fame money and merit seeking gawkers to the monastery, so his monks wheeled him around in public, to keep the money machine humming.

Info on What the Buddha Never Taught here:

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