The next Dalai Lama could be a woman

Announcements, denials, allegations about the Dalai Lama’s state of health, even some fear his imminent death. A yellow that opens the question of the succession of the Spiritual Head of the Tibetans, not excluding even that the 15th Dalai Lama could be a woman. It was the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, who today raises so many concerns about his state of health, who said throughout his life: “Everything is possible, in the search for the next Dalai Lama you can not exclude the possibility of finding a woman” highlighting how women have a greater ability “biological to show affection and compassion.
The 14th Dalai Lama, 83 year-old Tenzin Gyatso, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1989, took refuge in Dharamsala, India, in March 1959 together with the Tibetan government in exile, following the failed rebellion against the Chinese invasion of Tibet, and led his people politically and spiritually, until 2011 when he ceded political power to a ‘secular’ prime minister elected by the Tibetans.
Now the Dalai Lama has only remained the spiritual guide based on non-violence and compassion for all. Aware of the profound change in time and the need to make changes to the Tibetan political system, in 2014 the Dalai Lama came to hypothesize the end of the establishment of the figure of the Dalai Lama at his earthly death, and had called on the monks not to seek his reincarnation. Not having the 15th Dalai Lama would lead to a halt to Tibet’s 14th era, blocking even Chinese attempts to find a successor to their liking and not his real reincarnation.


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