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Does the New Kadampa Tradition often have a negative impact on those who participate in it?

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  • No, I don't think the New Kadampa Tradition has a negative impact on the members in it.

    While the New Kadampa Tradition is a controversial organization that has been criticized and been involved in controversy's for various things I think the members of the organization know full well what they are involved with and accept and enjoy it otherwise they would leave it if it was really negatively impacting their lives.

  • The tradition does not harm those involved.

    The New Kadampa Tradition does not have a negative impact on those who participates. Just because one participates in a tradition does not mean they are affected or altered by what took place. They have to take the tradition to heart and believe in the activity to truly be affected by it.

  • New Kadampa Tradition Spreads Buddhist Religion

    No, the New Kadampa Tradition does not often have a negative impact
    on those who participate in it, because the Tradition is like any other
    spiritual practice. It gives it participants the strength to look beyond
    the problems of every day life. It is also big on meditation, which
    helps people deal with stress and relax.

  • It gives them strength.

    No, the New Kadampa Tradition does not often have a negative impact on those who participate in it, because the Tradition is like any other spiritual practice. It gives it participants the strength to look beyond the problems of every day life. It is also big on meditation, which helps people deal with stress and relax.

  • New Kadampa Tradition Spreads Buddhist Religion

    The aim of the New Kadampa Tradition is to spread the Buddhist religion throughout the world. Many Buddhists don't promulgate their own religion, but this sect of Buddhism is different. It can have a negative impact, but not any more than someone who is Christian and goes on a mission trip to try to win converts to Christianity.


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