Fundamental Beliefs of True Buddha School

Based on the revolving principle of "Honour the Guru, Treasure the Dharma and Practise diligently" as expounded by Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava, and through actual practise and validation, one realizes that the Buddhadharma is a teaching based on reason and not superstition. All disciples who have taken refuge must practise the sadhana at least once daily.

Where performance is concerned, it is required that:
Outwardly - one should avoid all evil and do only good.
Inwardly - attain the goal of Buddhahood by cultivating the Vajrayana practises to purify the body, speech, and mind.

Disciples are required to observe the True Buddha School Precepts including the Fourteen Root Tantric Vows, Fifty Stanzas of Guru Devotion, and other Sutrayana and Vajrayana precepts. They should also exercise equanimity and tolerance towards all other religious.

Moreover, when disciples are propagating the Buddhadharma, they should apply expedient methods to fulfil the wishes of sentient beings and lead them towards the Buddha wisdom.

Whether one is a lay person or ordained, vegetarian or non-vegetarian, and regardless of religious creed or race, the True Buddha Tantra can be practised by anyone.