If you can to the best of your ability, please explain what the yogi triple vows are? I think it would benefit others even if you can only give some sort of explanation on it. Also, from your Waterfall of Bliss Lineage thread, I'm assuming that you have taken the Bodhisattva vows. As you are part of this online Sangha, I am gently reminding you that one of the secondary Bodhisattva vows according to the perfection of generosity is to answer questions.
From the Berzin Archives:
(4) Not answering those who ask us questions
Because of pride, anger, spite, laziness, indifference, or forgetfulness, not happily answering others' sincere questions. In ignoring them, we leave them in a quandary with no one to turn to - also a fearful and insecure position.
4. Not replying to questions. *
When someone trusts you and sincerely asks a question of you, and if you become angry or, due to laziness do not give the appropriate answer, you will break this branch vow. Any time that you avoid skilfully and appropriately answering questions on the Dharma and other matters is an infraction of this branch vow. For example, if somebody asks you to explain how to meditate on impermanence and you respond with an explanation of bodhichitta, you will have broken this vow. Even if you respond on the subject of impermanence, but in an inappropriate or unsatisfactory way, that is an infraction. This branch vow applies whether you have full ordination or lay vows, and also with respect to the practice of the ten virtues, about unconditioned phenomena, such as space or emptiness.
Please do not take any offense of this reminder of the vow! This is just my way of trying to keep you from breaking the vow if you have taken it and also my way of remembering the vows so I can take them as soon as I can.
So if you could, I'm asking you sincerely if you can explain the yogi triple vows according to the Vinaya to the best of your ability if and if you have the time to so that all that read this form can really learn more about the Dharma. Thank you!