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Who Is Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo?

Who Is Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo?

His Holiness Khenpo Jigmey Phuntsok gave the following commentary on the recognition of Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo on July 30, 1993 at Kunzang Palyul Choling in Poolesville, Maryland

 

Padma Norbu Rinpoche was discovered by the fifth Kongtrul Thupten Chokyi Dorje. Thubten Chokyi Dorje by indicating who Padma Norbu Rinpoche’s parents would be. When [...]

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Astrology for 8/20/2014

8/20/2014 Wednesday by Norma

A sentimental journey begins today. Nostalgia rules! Spend time with those who matter most to you and talk about old times and old friends. Expect to burst into tears when your heartstrings are touched, and expect it of others too. You will spend time analyzing why you are weepy, (” I [...]

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Astrology for 8/19/2014

8/19/2014 Tuesday by Norma

The exact words come that express your truest wish. Speak up! Messages, communication, paperwork- all these things lead to what is most important. “Speak now or forever hold your peace,” a marriage vow instructs, and so should you. After you’ve spoken your piece, go out and have fun. Happiness prevails. Dress [...]

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Giving Hope and Finding Forgiveness: From "The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying"

Giving Hope and Finding Forgiveness: From “The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying”

The following is respectfully quoted from “The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying” Sogyal Rinpoche:

GIVING HOPE AND FINDING FORGIVENESS

I would like to single out two points in giving spiritual help to the dying: giving hope, and finding forgiveness.

Always when you are with a dying person, dwell on what they have accomplished [...]

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The Eight Great Chariots

Marpa

The following is respectfully quoted from “Treasury of Knowledge” by Jamgön Kongtrul:

As was said by the great learned adept Prajńāraśmi:

Prophesied by the Victor, the lord of beings in the snowy land,
[Who taught] exclusively the single doctrine of the full intention
For his Royal Highness the ruler,
Is the second Teacher in these snowy ranges.
The great editor-translator Bagor Vairocana,
The heir of the victors, Upāsaka Dromtön,
The great scholar-adept Khyungpo Naljor,
The great bilingual Lama Drokmi,
The mighty yogin, honorable lord Marpa,
The Indian Dampa who dwells on levels of attainment,
The translator Gyijo, and the scholar-adept Orgyenpa
Are the eight great pillars that upheld the practice lineages in the North.
Coming perfectly from the glorious Buddha Vajradhara,
Eight great pillars of practice lineages in the snowy region
Are the legacy of former adepts.
Those who desire freedom should follow their paths.

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