As per verse 66 from Ullasah 11, Kaularnava Tantra, Shastra clearly forbids Sanyasa
प्रायश्चित्तं भृगोः पातं संन्यासं व्रतधारणम् ।
तीर्थयात्राभिगमनं कौलः पञ्च विवर्जयेत् ।। ६६ ।।
Five actions and five sins prohibited for Kaulikas:
Prāyaścitta ( penance), Bhrgupāta ( committing suicide by precipitatiog oneself from a precipice), Sanyasa (Renunciation), Vrata-dhārana ( taking to observances ) and Tirthayātrā (pilgrimage ) are the five actions prohibited for a Kaula.
I have seen many Sanyasi are getting initiated into SriVidya. Infact Puri Shankaracharya in one of his discourse mentioned how he was approached by his Guru for Sri Vidya initiation. My doubt is how Sanyasis bypass this restriction?
Because in same Ullasah verse 72, it says:
देवतागुरुशास्त्राणां सिद्धाचारविडम्बकाः ।
विद्याचौरो गुरुदोही ब्रह्मराक्षसतां ब्रजेत् ।। ७२ ।।
One who ridicules the Devată, Guru and Siddhācāra of the Sastras, who steals scientific facts and is an enemy of Guru becomes a Brahma-raksasa (ghost of a Brahmin who led an unholy life).
So one can not simply alter the shastras and follow the path as warned in the above verse. So my doubt is how Sanyasis are getting initiated into SriVidya even though there is a clear restrcition?