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A Brief Biography of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche: Tulku Thondup

A Brief Biography of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche: Tulku Thondup

The following is respectfully quoted from “The Collected Works of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche” published by Shambhala Publications

A Brief Biography of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche by Tulku Thondup:

Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Tashi Paljor (1910-1991) was one of the few great lineage holders, writer, teachers, and transmiters of teachings and powers of Nyingma tantras in […]

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Looking Beyond the Self

Looking Beyond the Self

In order to practice effectively, we have to give rise to the great Bodhicitta. We have to see the needs of sentient beings—what their situation is, what their condition is. For that reason I’m going to talk, first of all, about the six realms of cyclic existence. These are the different types of reality […]

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Astrology for 11/24/2014

11/24/2014 Monday by Norma

Organization counts today. You will be talking with important people so have your information at hand, no rattling papers as you speak. Dress conservatively and be on your best behavior. This won’t be easy, because the general tone of the times is silly. Stifle yourself for a while, you can cut […]

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Astrology for 11/23/2014

11/23/2014 Sunday by Norma

Partnership matters go well. A policy decision corrects a mistake, and the tendency to over-talk things continues to be present. Listen to others patiently and be considerate of their views, no matter how ridiculous they seem to you. Self respect is an issue, and it is offered by listening. Someone is […]

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Supplication & Longevity Prayer to Jetsunma

Mandarava

A Supplication-Longevity Prayer to Jetsunma Ahkön Lhamo

 

HRI:

KHACHÖD  SHING  NA  DORJE  PAGMO  DANG

In the realm of Khachod, she is Vajra Varahi,

ZAHOR  YUL  DU LHACHAM  MANDARA

In the country of Zahor, the consort Mandarawa,

BÖD  KYI  TSUNMO  AH  KAR  SALI   DRÖN

In Tibet Queen Ahkartsayi-drOn,

LABDRÖN  SEIMO  LHADUL  CHOKYI  DRÖN

The daughter of Machig Labdron, Ladul Chokyi Dron and

KHAM  CHOG  AHKÖN  CHANGCHUB  LHAMO  YI

Ahkon Changchub Lhamo of Kham.

YANG  TRUL  AHR’I  KHANDRO  JETSUN  MA’I

Now reincarnated as the American dakini Jetsunma,

KU  TSE’I  GAL  KYEN  BARCHAD  YING  SU  SOL

May the nonconducive circumstances and obstacles to your life

dissolve in the sphere of reality.

PHOMED  TAG  PA  TEN  PA’I   NGO  WOR  SHUG

Remaining firm in the essence of authentic stable presence,

GONG  PA  RANG  SHAR  CHOKYI  KHOR  LO  KOR

Turn the dharma wheel of self-originating enlightened awareness!

PEDMA’I  RANG  LUG  DZIN  PA’I  CHO  TSOG  DEI

May this dharma place of our own Lotus Family tradition prevail

DZAM  LING  SA  YI  KYÖN  GANG  GYEI  GYUR  CHIG

Throughout this world of Jambhudvipa

 

Samaya ku sung tug kyi gya

Samaya sealed with enlightened body, speech and mind.

 

This is a mind revelation of Orgyen Kusum Lingpa

 

 

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