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Teaching on Bodhicitta
Realization and Compassion are like two wings in unity, inseparable from each other. The higher the realization, the deeper the compassion. Likewise, the deeper one's compassion, the greater possibility for the person to achieve higher realisation ... None of the great masters from the past have ever attained enlightenment without first arousing the precious Bodhicitta ...
 
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Teachings on Mahamudra
Mahamudra or Chagya Chenpo in Tibetan literally means "great seal" or "great symbol. Lord Buddha gave 84,000 categories of teachings, yet Mahamudra is the essence that brings together the meaning of all those teachings  -->  read more ...

 

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Dealing with Cancer from the Buddhist Perspective
Cancer, in the Buddhist perspective, is generally being accepted as a karmic disease. The physical and mental torments from the illnesses, though unbearable, but the authentic Dharma practitioner is taking it with joy as their karma being purified  -->  read more ...

 

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Drukpa Choegon Rinpoche Biography
H.E. The 9th Kyabje Drukpa Choegon Rinpoche, the spiritual head of Dechen Choekhor Lineage of Drukpa Kargyu, is an emanation of Vajrapani. He is one of the three most important lamas and Lineage Holders of Drukpa Kargyu  --> read more ...

 

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Dechen Choekhor Introduction 
Dechen Choekhor, the mother monastery of great importance in Drukpa Kargyu, was established by the 3rd Drukpa Choegon Rinpoche approximately 400 years ago. Its main branch monasteries includes Khampagar, Hemis Monastery, Dorzong   -->  read more ...
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Empowerment and Keeping Its Samayas
Every empowerment comes with its relevant samaya or a set of vows or commitments, generally referred as 'Dam Tshig' in Tibetan. By receiving the empowerment, the student enters into a samaya connection, particularly with the teacher   --> read more ...

 

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The Importance of Empowerment in Vajrayana Practices
A tantric practice is not considered effective or valid until a qualified master has transmitted the corresponding power of the practice directly to the student. This transmission is done through an 'empowerment', called 'Wang' in Tibetan  --> read more ...

 

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Receiving the Same Empowerment
Until one has enlightened, one can never claim that they have received the empowerment. Received an empower -ment means one has attained realisation through the power of blessing that transmitted during empower -ment, and ripened one's mind  --> read more ...

 

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Empowerment from the Wrong Teacher
Getting an empowerment is a big deal in Vajrayana. Traditionally, authentic and serious Vajrayana practitioners will first check and ensure the genuineness of the lineage and quality of the empowerment master before participating in any  --> read more ...
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The Importance and Types of Guru
For serious Vajrayana practitioners who are seeking for authentic Tantric practices to end the cyclic existence in this very lifetime, guru or one's kind root lama is the most important element of all. For, guru is the source of blessings  --> read more ...

 

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How to Choose a Guru
From the Vajrayana perspective, nothing is more important than finding the right guru. Traditionally, people spent months and years to examine a master before finally decided to learn and practice under his or her guidance and blessings. The guru's wisdom, compassion, skills and connectivity  --> read more ...

 

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The Right Notion in the Spiritual Path
One needs to set up the right motivation and intension from the very beginning when one decided to follow the Buddha's path, particularly the Vajrayana vehicle. Practising the Dharma for this life's gains and benefits will lead one deeper into samsara  --> read more ...

 

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On Refuge - the Doorway to Buddhism
Refuge is a complete path. It covers the aspect of Theravada, Mahayana and the highest teachings of Dzogchen and Mahamudra in Vajrayana. Refuge is not only a foundation stone, it also strengthened all our practices  --> read more ...
 
 
  
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