The most famous Tibetan "Mad monk of the Dragon Lineage" Drukpa Kunley would be an example and precedence.
He was known for his crazy methods of enlightening other beings, mostly women, which earned him the title "The Saint of 5,000 Women". Among other things, women would seek his blessing in the form of sex. His intention was to show that it is possible to be enlightened, impart enlightenment, and still lead a very healthy sex life. He demonstrated that celibacy was not necessary for being enlightened. In addition, he wanted to expand the range of means by which enlightenment could be imparted, while adding new evolutionary prospects to the overarching tradition. He is credited with introducing the practice of phallus paintings in Bhutan and placing statues of them on rooftops to drive away evil spirits. Because of this power to awaken unenlightened beings, Kunley's penis is referred to as the "Thunderbolt of Flaming Wisdom" and he himself is known as the "fertility saint". For this reason women from all around the world visited his monastery to seek his blessing.
The drunken saint Drukpa Kunley
Poems and songs of Drukpa Kunley
Poem about happiness
I am happy that I am a free Yogi.
So I grow more and more into my inner happiness.
I can have sex with many women,
because I help them to go the path of enlightenment.
Outwardly I'm a fool
and inwardly I live with a clear spiritual system.
Outwardly, I enjoy wine, women and song.
And inwardly I work for the benefit of all beings.
Outwardly, I live for my pleasure
and inwardly I do everything in the right moment.
Outwardly I am a ragged beggar
and inwardly a blissful Buddha.
Song about the pleasure
A young woman finds pleasure in love.
A young man finds pleasure in sex.
An old man finds pleasure in his memoirs.
This is the doctrine of the three pleasures.
Who does not know the truth, is confused.
Those who have no goals, can not sacrifice.
Those who have no courage, can not be a Yogi.
This is the doctrine of the three missing things.
Even if a person knows the way of wisdom;
without practicing there is no realization.
Even if a master shows you the way,
you have to go it by yourself.
The five spiritual ways
I practice the path of self-discipline.
I meditate every day.
I go the way of embracing love.
I work as a mother and father of all beings.
I do the deity yoga.
I visualize myself as a Buddha in the cosmic unity.
I read the books of all religions
and practice all at the right moment.
The life is my teacher
and my inner wisdom is my guide.
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