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We Were Born to Do This

We Were Born to Do This

The following is a message recorded on June 1, 2013 as a message from Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo to her students (audio file below):

This really has been the hardest time of our lives as a sangha, because we don’t know what the future is going to be. We don’t know whether we will stay […]

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Astrology for 3/1/2015

3/1/2015 Sunday by Norma

Stay in bed or in your robe as long as possible today. The void-of-course moon signifies nothing much going on early in the day. You can try to do something, but it won’t happen. Take advantage of the break. Check out recipes; call your mom; spend time with kids; eat long, […]

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Kaliyuga - Pay Attention

Kaliyuga – Pay Attention

The following is an excerpt from a teaching by Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo called “Love Now, Dzogchen Later”

Remember I used to give this old teaching years ago about how being enlightened doesn’t mean you are suddenly too stupid to catch a cab?. Remember I used to? You know that suddenly you don’t become blissed […]

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Astrology for 2/28/2015

2/28/2015 Saturday by Norma

An emotional shock is deflected by a powerful person. Something upsetting happens and someone steps in and rectifies the situation. Thank your benefactor and move on; don’t spend time replaying the situation mentally. A friend is here for you, and a group is supportive. A communication receives an enthusiastic reception. Great, […]

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Prayer for the swift rebirth of His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

His Holiness Pedma Norbu Rinpoche

His Holiness Pema Norbu Rinpoche

I dream of the day my Guru will be reborn and found. I long for it. This Precious Incarnation is sorely missed–every day.

I have my Palyul Lineage and all our AMAZING throneholders. But HHPenor Rinpoche is my root Guru, enthroned upon the Lotus in my heart.

HHPR is present always! Through my humanness I long to see His Precious Face- hear His voice, the fragrance of His holy breath! Ah, tears…

I must satisfy my heart with His many teachings, prayers, and mixing my mind with His. Like milk with water, inseparable! The way…

I have never seen such compassion in anyone else but HHPR. He was a living Buddha, peerless. He made Palyul what it is today!

His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

To His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, Tsawei Lama I pray- O great treasure of Love and Blessing, Supreme Wisdom Holder! Return for the sake of all sentient beings!

Come, lead us out of confusion into Pristine Awareness as only a true Buddha can! I await the Bliss of Your return!

Show us the way to attain Supreme Enlightenment as you have always done! Return to us! There is such suffering!

Show us how to awaken from this deep, narcotic trance- to the Pristine Primordial Nature, free of contrivance! E MA HO!

Beloved Guru, may I always, in every future time be reborn in Your Entourage and serve you and all beings with body, speech and mind.

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