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Buddhadharma : Winter 2018
BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 51 A YEAR AGO, it would have been hard to imagine publishing an article with this headline in our journal. But a lot happened in a year: the #MeToo movement hit the world by storm, and shocking revelations of abuse by Buddhist teachers in high- profile communities, including Shambhala and Rigpa, became mainstream news. While communities are still grappling with these allegations and legal issues remain to be resolved, these allegations have given rise to many questions and concerns regarding the role of the teacher in Buddhism. In light of the most recent upheavals, we’ve chosen in this discussion to focus on the guru model in the Tibetan tradi- tion, in which the teacher is central to the path. Our panelists are deeply involved in guru practice and offer, from the inside, insights into how that teacher–student model may or may not be workable going forward. However, the conversation is relevant to any Buddhist traditions in which the teacher—whether a lama, roshi, or ajahn—holds great power. —Editors Forum: Is the Guru Model Broken? photo | Prasad Kholkute