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What is a "Good Death"

What is a “Good Death”

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo offered during a Phowa retreat:

While there are individual experiences in the bardo of dying, let’s talk about the general ones so that we can prepare. Since we are talking about the six bardos, in general, we want to be very clear on the […]

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Astrology for 7/25/2016

7/25/2016 Monday by Norma

Avoid a heavy handed or intimidating demeanor and present your case with charm, dignity and grace today. Tact has never been more necessary and important than now. The more confident you are, the better your ideas are received. People are excited, happy and ennobled by a respectful reception. John […]

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Astrology for 7/24/2016

7/24/2016 Sunday by Norma

Feeling tired and grumpy this morning? Move slowly, in time your engine engages and you speed off toward your objective! This is an exciting day, one where opportunity abounds. Planning to electrify others with your performance or ideas? This is your day: enthusiasm is magnetic and attractive to […]

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Who is Padmasambhava?

Who is Padmasambhava?

The following is respectfully quoted from “The History of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism” by Dudjom Rinpoche:

He studied all the sūtras, tantras, and sciences under the many scholars and accomplished masters of India, of whom the foremost were: the eight great awareness-holders, from whom he received the Eight Classes of Means for Attainment; Buddhaguhya, […]

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Heart Son of Palyul: His Holiness Karma Kuchen Rinpoche

The following is from a series of tweets by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo:

Shortly before Kyabje His Holiness Penor Rinpoche had His Parinirvana, He watched me watching His Holiness Karma Kuchen Rinpoche. His Holiness gave me a deep look and said “He is better than me. ”

It must be true. Tsawei Lama  said it. The more I read and pray I know it’s true. I cannot explain the gifts I’ve been given.

His Holiness Karma Kuchen Rinpoche is the inheritor, and the two other heart sons are supports. His Eminence MugsangRinpoche is for America.

OM AH HUNG BENZAR GURU PEDMA SIDDHI HUNG!

Copyright © Jetsunma Ahkon Norbu Lhamo All rights reserved

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3 comments to Heart Son of Palyul: His Holiness Karma Kuchen Rinpoche

  • ani kunzang

    My precious Tsawei Lama, there is no way for my ordinary mind to think about comparisons between exalted and holy beings such as you, HH Penor Rinpoche and HH Karma Kuchen Rinpoche. Each of you is pure Bodhicitta beyond description, and I prostrate to you all with gratitude and love. Yet, in this lifetime it is you and then HH Karma Kuchen Rinpoche whom my heart recognised with breathless joy on the instant of meeting. I know and understand nothing, other than I am blessed to be your student, ordained in this pure lineage by HH Penor Rinpoche and had the honour of helping serve HH Karma Kuchen Rinpoche at Retreat. May my life reflect the pure intention of Palyul and its precious Lineage holders. thank you.

  • Sherida Carrick

    Precious Lama, if you say this it must be so. My heart almost stopped when I read this because I know (a little) of your great devotion to and love for HH Penor Rinpoche. At the NY retreat in 2011 I had the privilege, as did all students who took the opportunity, of an interview with HH Karma Kuchen Rinpoche – my first meeting with such a High Lama. His face light up, to me it seemed with real happiness and joy for me, when I told him I would be visiting your temple in Maryland after retreat. He seemed to really understand just how much your students love you and are devoted to you. Since that time, I have been feeling, and cultivating, devotion to HH Karma Kuchen Rinpoche because He loves my Precious Lama and because his heart is so evidently pure. Thank you for sharing this incredible revelation with your students.

  • Ani Hesper

    E MA HO. 🙏🙏🙏

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