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Jetsun Tsongkhapa

  Jetsun Tsongkhapa is the founder of Gelukpa school of Buddhism in Tibet. Jetsun means Lord of Purity Discipline.  Tsongkha is the name of the place in Eastern Tibet Amdo area where he was born. Jetsun Tsongkhapa was born in the year 1357 during the 14th century.  At the age of three, ordained as a layman vow by the 4th Jetsun Karmapa

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Oct 14, 2018  0

Jetsun Padmasambhava

  Je meaning lord and Tsun meaning Purity Discipline.  Padmasambhava meaning the one born from the lotus.  Also known as Maha Guru Rinpoche or Lopon Chenpo in Tibetan.  Maha meaning great. Guru and Rinpoche meaning spiritual master.  Lopon Chenpo meaning the great spiritual master.  Maha Guru Padmasambhava is one of the wisest Buddh

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Oct 13, 2018  0

Few minutes with a Yogini

  I have always wanted to take my mother on a short trip as much as I can so I can repay her kindness.  4 Days ago with my mother, I have traveled to Woka Choelong valley once again. This time we have visited the Zingqi monastery. Located about 200 km from Lhasa.  The story started with a master namely Lachen Gonpo Rapzey, he came from Ea

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Aug 24, 2018  2

Jetsun Ra Lotsawa

  Jetsun Ra Lotsawa was born in the Nyalam town border between Nepal in the 11th century. In his biography, when he was born, he was taken by Dakini's for few months. His father was a Ngakpa, a Yogi in the Tantrayana Buddhism.  After learning Tantric Buddhism from his father, he later pursued to further teachings from Nepal with a vision

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Aug 13, 2018  1

Jetsun Milarepa

  Je meaning Lord and Tsun meaning purity discipline. One of the number one biographies of Tibetan master is the biography of Jetsun Milarepa.  Jetsun Milarepa is one of the Tibetan Yogi enlightened in a one lifetime.  Jetsun Milarepa's life biography is a great example of enlightenment being available for every Sentient Beings.  Jet

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Aug 10, 2018  0

Proverbs from Buddhist Maha Siddha's

  I have a deep love towards my Ancestors. They are the Jewels that is worth beyond the price, they are the sun that is shining in the darkness. Maha Siddha is a Sanskrit word. Maha means great and Siddha means someone who has achieved spiritual attainment.  Today I would like to share a few proverbs of my Maha Siddha Ancestors.  After

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Mar 04, 2018  0

How to be a Vajrayana Yogi for beginners?

  They are countless reasons I love Shakyamuni Buddha. One of the special reason, Buddha is flexible. Buddha Shakyamuni might be the most flexible Guru in the world from the beginning of civilization until now and this flexible shows Buddha's compassion and wisdom towards the Sentient Beings.   As there is a Proverb: Even though they ar

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Feb 26, 2018  0

Tibetan Yogis

  The beauty of Mahayana Buddhism is the stories of great Yogis, which has started in India and remained in Tibet. Today would like to share some short information about Tibetan Yogis. Since a few years back, I start loving the Yogis of Tibet, they are my ancestors and they are my admiration. I was reading a biography of Tibetan Yogis sta

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Aug 30, 2017  1


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