Tenga rinpoche 19322012 was a tibetan teacher lama in the karma kagyu tradition. As he grew older, he studied at benchen monastery and was eventually. It is reported that rinpoche passed in the early morning of march 30, nepali time. Tenga tulku rinpoche is recognized as one of the tulkus of the great benchen monastery in eastern tibet. Our beloved kalu rinpoche has been building a house for them near one of his monasteries in india. Jul 01, 2014 the 54yearold tenga rinpoche, former dorje lopon of the 16th karmapa, concludes the third and last of the legendary fussensummercamps with an overview on mantrarecitation, visualisation, the. Wangchen rinpoche is a student of dorje chang kalu rinpoche, with whom he lived and traveled from an early age, and is a master practitioner of nyungne. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. The life stories of padmasambhava and their significance. He was recognised as the reincarnation of the previous yangteng rinpoche at. Feb 04, 2015 tenga rinpoche talks about this special place tso pema and makes some historical remarks on padmasambhava guru rinpoche and his consort mandarava as an introduction to the following guru. Andrew garfield to star in linmanuel mirandas tick, tick boom. His further studies also included all the tantras of marpas tradition, especially those of the karma kamtsang, and the lama. Tenga rinpoche talks about this special place tso pema and makes some historical remarks on padmasambhava guru rinpoche and his consort mandarava as an introduction to the following guru.
A complete translation of a classic introduction to tibetan buddhism, patrul rinpoche, rowman altamira, 1998, 0761990275, 9780761990277, 457 pages. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the creative commons cc0 license. Meditating with the senses in this series, we will explore the relationship between awareness and the senses. In using sensations, sights, and sounds as supports for meditative awareness, we learn that our everyday lives provide endless opportunities to discover a sense of inner. Rinpoche is a title in tibetan buddhism which may be given to a religious teacher known as a lama. Tenga rinpoche described the contributions of chogyam trungpa and the shambhala community in hosting the sixteenth karmapas tour of the west. Following his arrival in india, he went to rumtek, the seat of his holiness the gyalwa karmapa, where rinpoche served as dorje loppon vajra master for more than nine years.
When the chinese invaded in 1959, tenga rinpoche left benchen for lhasa and then northern india. Benchen monastery is the name of two buddhist temples. Tenga rinpoche chocho free ebook download as pdf file. Books on spiritual memoirs in love with the world a monks journey through the bardos of living and dying by yongey mingyur rinpoche with helen tworkov a rare, intimate account of a worldrenowned buddhist monks neardeath experience and the lifechanging wisdom he gained from it. Tenga rinpoche 19322012 was a tibetan teacher in the karma kagyu tradition. Thrangu gurus has each biography and a color picture of the thrangu tulku. Padma karpo stands out as the great writer of the lineage. Thaye, at the beginning of writing his text, pays homage to his. Mingyur rinpoche the present incarnation of yongey mingyur dorje is the seventh in this line of incarnations and was born in 1976. He was also known as gonkhen samten, signifying that he was a specialist of protector practices gonpo means protector in tibetan.
With commentary by kangyur rinpoche nagarjuna, the padmakara translation group, kyabje rinpoche, kanyyur on. Sonam wangmo editor of the website dorje lam sangha. See all books authored by sogyal rinpoche, including the tibetan book of living and dying, and the power of meditation and prayer, and more on. Vajra songs of realization 243 all these forms 243 the eight cases of basic goodness not to be shunned 244 guru rinpoche prayer 246 seven delights 248 dedication 250 the six bardos by rechungpa 251.
In late 1936, hh karmapa made a pilgrimage to mt kailash, and on his way, he visited mendong monastery and decided to bring the young dupseng rinpoche to tsurphu monastery and have him go into retreat. Phowa transference of consciousness at the time of death brief information about ayang rinpoches phowa teaching. A favorite of tibetans and recommended by the dalai lama and other senior buddhist teachers, this. Khenchen thrangu rinpoches main monastery known as thrangu tashi choling is located in boudha close to the boudha stupa. The practice of mahamudra the teachings of his holiness the drikung kyabgon chetsang rinpoche in this book, the head of the drikung kagyu lineage. Karmapa the recognition of the tenga rinpoches yangsi. Thupten lungtok namgyal thinley, the 6th yongzin ling rinpoche, was one of the most renowned and qualified masters of the 20th century. Index of vajrayana buddhist ebooks scriptoq library. The two karmapas write a long life prayer together for the new 15. Mind beyond death 233 editors acknowledgments 237 appendix i.
Books on spiritual memoirs in love with the world a monks journey through the bardos of living and dying by yongey mingyur rinpoche with helen tworkov a rare, intimate account of a worldrenowned buddhist monks neardeath experience and the life. Jamgon rinpoche then studied a great number of texts, both in general and specifically, with thrangu rinpoche, a great scholar and holder of the vinaya. As he grew older, he studied at benchen monastery and was eventually given the name karma tenzin thinle namgyal from situ rinpoche. On march 11, the third day of the pujas, his holiness was writing down. Stuart hughes ht 2012 uppsats, avancerad niva magisterexamen, 15 hp. Khyentse rinpoche was a teacher and close associate of the vidyadhara. When a teacher is called rinpoche it usually means they are a tulku, who has been recognized as the reincarnation of a prominent master. Rinpoche simple english wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Son of the renowned meditation master tulku urgyen rinpoche, mingyur rinpoche was drawn to a life of contemplation from an early age and would often run away to meditate in the caves that surrounded his village. Sogyal rinpoche books list of books by author sogyal. All chogyam trungpa teachings audio talks short clips video talks teachings from other.
Thekchok dorje, concise practice of freely offering the body in khabje tenga rinpoche, cho. The site has also now published an official account of rinpoches passing. Kalu rinpoche\kalu rinpoche mahamudra teachings and others by lama tenga. The late traleg kyabgon rinpoche was an excellent teacher and writer. Sogyal rinpoches most popular book is the tibetan book of living and dying. Sogyal rinpoche books list of books by author sogyal rinpoche. He and, rarely, she is trained from childhood in buddhist study, practice, and ritual, and takes over the responsibilities of the. His eminence jamgon kongtrul rinpoche the fourth a sweet song of unending connection between the compassionate guide and those to be tamed jamgon kongtrul labrang 2012.
Please, give me an email where i can send the pdf files to you. Tenga rinpoche archives the chronicles of chogyam trungpa. Unbounded wholeness dzogchen, bon, and the logic of the nonconceptual anne carolyn klein geshe tenzin wangyal rinpoche oxford university press 2oo6. So people such as tenga rinpoche thought it was a bad idea. If you want another set of mahamudra instructions, this is a great place to look. Born in kham in 1932, tenga rinpoche was recognized as a reincarnation of lama samten at the age of seven. May 29, 20 his elder brother is chokyi nyima rinpoche and his younger brothers are tsok nyi and mingyur rinpoches. When not attending to the monasteries under his care in india and nepal, rinpoche spends time each year traveling and teaching worldwide.
Namo buddha seminar in nepal with venerable khenchen thrangu rinpoche. His elder brother is chokyi nyima rinpoche and his younger brothers are tsok nyi and mingyur rinpoches. Ayang rinpoche says, my phowa teaching is particularly for a joyful life. Tenga rinpoche 1986 concluding meditation advice youtube. Kyabje dilgo khyentse rinpoche kept ngondro as his. His monastery benchen phuntsok ling is named benchen, for the dharma protector. The bestknown incarnation is the sixth incarnation, thupten lungtok namgyal thinley 1903 1983, a tibetan buddhist scholar and teacher thupten lungtok namgyal thinley, the 6th yongzin ling rinpoche, was one of the most renowned and qualified masters of the 20th century. The garden of all joy pdf cutting off or chod pronounced cho practice was developed by machig labrang is one of the only buddhist practices to be developed in tibet and. His students included masters from all four tibetan buddhist schools. The 2nd dupseng rinpoche 19121976 was found in mendong village as according to hh karmapas prophecy. One of the students of the 7th sangye nyenpa rinpoche was the highly realised lama samten. This book recounts guru rinpoches historic visit to tibet and explains his continuing significance to buddhists. He and, rarely, she is trained from childhood in buddhist study, practice, and.
Rinpoche is an honorific used for important teachers in the tibetan tradition. The eight manifestations of guru rinpoche descriptions, also recording directional correspondences, written by lopon phurba dorje as a gift to the norbu sam phel ling sangha during his teaching. An introduction to ngondro many practitioners are now doing ngondro very dedicatedly or are inspired to begin the ngondro practices. Sogyal rinpoches most popular book is the tibetan book of. The story of tenga tulkus starts at the time of the 7th sangye. Since the history of his lineage is closely interwoven with the incarnations of sangye nyenpa rinpoche, it is helpful first to look at the history of that lineage. Her brothers are phakchok rinpoche and the yantsi tulku dilgo khyentse rinpoche. The life stories of padmasambhava and their significance for. He was recognised as the reincarnation of the previous yangteng rinpoche at of age of 10. One of tibets greatest masters, dakpo tashi namgyal is famous for writing the moonlight of mahamdura. In early june, 2011, mingyur rinpoche walked out of his monastery in bodhgaya, india and began a wandering retreat through the himalayas and the plains of india that lasted four and a half years.
This is equally true for books on paper and for ebooks which we deliver as pdf s. In late 1936, hh karmapa made a pilgrimage to mt kailash, and on his way, he visited mendong monastery and decided to bring the young dupseng rinpoche to. Very venerable 7th yongey mingyur rinpoche biography. His works were so wellwritten and wellinformed that he quickly became one of the greatest authors not just of his own drukpa kagyu lineage but of the kagyu tradition as a whole. You can view tenga rinpoches biography on benchens website, here. His eminence jamgon kongtrul rinpoche the fourth a sweet song of unending connection between the compassionate guide and those. Order now for information about rinpoches book tour events visit. Mar 20, 2017 the recognition of the tenga rinpoches yangsi. He spent most of his life in retreat, meditating on his yidam karma pakshi and on the main kagyupa protectors. Jamgon rinpoche visited tibet in 1984, and at palpung monastery, he gave empowerments. It ends with a very extensive oral explanation of the system from the current benchen tenga rinpoche.
There are many monasteries in the swayambu area including benchen monastery, the home of tenga rinpoche and sangye nyenpa rinpoche. Apr 04, 2019 tenga rinpoche described the contributions of chogyam trungpa and the shambhala community in hosting the sixteenth karmapas tour of the west. The vajradhatu sangha has made a connection with the following nyingma teachers, among others. Jun 22, 2016 rinpoche is an honorific used for important teachers in the tibetan tradition. A concise prayer for the swift return of tenga rinpoche. Sogyal rinpoche was the founder and exspiritual director of rigpaan international network of over 100 buddhist centres and groups in 23 countries around the worldand the author of the bestselling book the tibetan book of living and dying, which has been printed in 30 languages and 56 countries. So my main words of encouragement for the disciples of tenga rinpoche and those.
Yangten tulku rinpoche, lobsang tenpai gyaltsen, yangten rinpoche was born in dhapa in kham region of tibet on 15 december 1978. The bestknown incarnation is the sixth incarnation, thupten lungtok namgyal thinley 1903 1983 1, a tibetan buddhist scholar and teacher. When used as je rinpoche, it refers to je tsongkhapa, the founder of the gelug school. A short official biography compiled by michele martin 1998. Tenga rinpoche chocho nyingma tibetan buddhism scribd. He would eventually establish a new benchen monastery, which thrives today. The passing of kyabje tenga rinpoche 19322012 lions roar. Thrangu rinpoche has a temple, school for young monks, a college for higher buddhist studies and other. Yongey mingyur rinpoche was born in 1975 in a small himalayan village near the border of nepal and tibet. Sogyal rinpoche has 57 books on goodreads with 65691 ratings. Some monasteries provide situations for study in higher buddhist philosophy. Tenga rinpoche was a tibetan teacher in the karma kagyu tradition.
Tenga rinpoche 2006 tso pema and padmasambhava youtube. The eight manifestations of guru rinpoche descriptions, also recording directional correspondences, written by lopon phurba dorje as a gift to the norbu sam phel ling sangha during his teaching visit to austin, april 5, 2003. In the hills nearby boudha, phullahari monastery, the seat of he jamgon kongrul rinpoche is located. This teaching is excerpted from the complete teachings on the ati zabdon ngondro, given by jetsun khandro rinpoche in 2012 at mindrolling lotus garden, during the vajrayana section of annual retreat. Tenga rinpoche on chogyam trungpa the chronicles of. Mingyur rinpoches emanation basis is vajrapani, the lord of secrets, who in the realm of chang lochen is the single embodiment of all buddha power, strength and ability.
Mar 30, 2012 he would eventually establish a new benchen monastery, which thrives today. Rinpoche, even after losing his limbs, never went a day without doing ngondro practices. Situ rinpoche predicted the name of the father and mother of the child, the year of his birth 1932, and said that sangye nyenpa would not have to look far, but would find the child within the vicinity of benchen. The sutra on wisdom for the time of death tibetan 239 english 241 appendix ii. In doing so, it illustrates how a country whose powerful armies overran the capital of china and installed a puppet emperor came to abandon its aggressive military campaigns. Pdf chod through the lens of pith instructions awareness and. In tibet and bhutan, when used as guru rinpoche it refers to padmasambhava, who first brought tibetan buddhism to the himalayas. Garchen rinpoche is a person one can truly describe as of indeterminate age.
All chogyam trungpa teachings audio talks short clips video talks teachings from other teachers. Therefore, to provide a strong foundation for your practices and an understanding of just how important ngondro is, this is a good time to refer to the ati zabdon commentary on ngondro. Thrinley tulkus homage to shamar rinpoche after his demise. His father was the eminent master tulku urgyen rinpoche from the divine tsangsar bloodline of nangchen. After a search, they found the child the present tenga rinpoche, who was seven years old. His mother is sonam chodron, a descendant of the two tibetan kings songtsen gampo and trisong deutsen.
This page was last edited on 7 january 2019, at 20. Very venerable tenga tulku rinpoche is the vajra master of the karma kagyu. It contains texts that explain the entire practice from jigten sumgon, the translator from throphu, situ chokyi jungnay, and the zhamar konchog yanlag. Tenga rinpoche the last incarnation died in 2012 after helping to build benchen. Crossing the waves of ocean mind to the serene continent of the triple gems, thinley norbu. Of medium height and build, his eyes are deeply set and hooded, so it is not always apparent where his gaze is directed. Introduction the chronicles of chogyam trungpa rinpoche.1489 858 1475 157 1307 1372 13 830 143 699 631 268 495 969 896 667 955 224 1252 629 1142 1407 1383 473 1191 683 853 2 490 846 916 1458 468 1263 1467 1041 1338 1341 1197 193 1433