Long Life Prayers for Yongdzin Rinpoche.

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Long Life Prayers for Yongdzin Rinpoche. Join Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and other members of the CyberSangha and Ligmincha International communities for a...

Posted 5 months ago in Religion & Spirituality

Michelle Arpin 5 months ago

This challenge (probably brought on by the extreme heat?) has nevertheless made possible a very powerful meeting of members of the lineage and sangha in this present moment, like vertical and horizontal lines meeting at a crossroads. I feel blessed to have shared this hour with you and join you in praying for Rinpoche's swift recovery.

Mariela Iragorri 5 months ago

(Chat Host) Praying now Geshe Yong Dong: Geshe YongDong was born in the village of Ngawa, Amdo, Tibet in 1969. He made his initial decision to become a monk at seven years old when he witnessed several young monks chanting after his mother’s death. His family didn’t feel he was ready just yet and, due to the severe conditions in Tibet in 1979, he eventually went with his uncle to live and work as a nomad for over three years, herding sheep and yak in the Himalayas.

In 1982 at the age of thirteen, he was finally given permission by his family to become a monk. He entered Nangzhig Bönpo Monastery in Amdo, Tibet and took his vows under his root master, Jawob Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. He studied the Bon teachings from different masters at the monastery, as well as the teachings from different Buddhist traditions.

In 1992, after eleven and a half years of study, he was youngest monk in history to be awarded the Geshe degree at Nangzhig Bon Monastery. Following his graduation in the spring of 1992 Geshe YongDong, along with ten other Tibetans, escaped from Tibet into Kathmandu, Nepal. With the help of a Nepalese guide, they walked for ten days through the Himalayan Mountains. After travelled to Dharamsala, in northern India and met with H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama and received many teachings and blessings.

Mariela Iragorri 5 months ago

(Chat Host) His Eminence Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoch’s root teacher and mentor, is revered as the most senior teacher of the Tibetan Bön Buddhist tradition and is considered the world’s foremost expert on Bön. His Eminence was born in 1926 in the Kham province of Eastern Tibet, was awarded his geshe degree in 1952 and was elected to succeed his master as lopon (principal teacher) of Menri Monastery in Tsang province. He helped build the first monastic community in India in Dolaji. Later he established Triten Norbutse Monastery in Nepal, one of the two main Bön monasteries outside Tibet, providing comprehensive study of the broad spectrum of Bon teachings and traditions.

Mariela Iragorri 5 months ago

(Chat Host) In case you need to find all the prayers we will be sharing today, please go to: https://cybersangha.net/prayers-yongdzin-rinpoche/

Helen Flying-Blue 5 months ago

🌹🙏Always much Love 🌳🌺🐦Great Respect💐🍀🌞Gratitude and Support!🌈🌷for H.E. Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche!🌲🌷🌼

Maryel Sauvé 5 months ago

Nice to be with you Rinpoche and Tsering ❤ and to practice with you!

Ligmincha Magyarország 5 months ago

Magyar fordítás: mixlr.com/ligminchamo

Mariela Iragorri 5 months ago

(Chat Host) The first part of the practice will be done by Geshe Denma: Geshe Denma Gyaltsen is the resident lama of Ligmincha Texas. He arrived in Houston in January 2016 to serve as Ligmincha Texas’ first resident lama.
Geshe Denma Gyaltsen was born in the Dolpo region of northern Nepal. In 1981 his father brought him to Menri Monastery in India, regarded as the most important Bön monastery, to begin his program of study toward the Geshe degree. He received all the Bön teachings, initiations and transmissions in sutra, tantra and dzogchen from His Holiness Lungtok Tenpai Nyima Rinpoche, the 33rd Menri Trizin, and His Eminence Yongdzin Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche. When he became a senior student, he was asked to teach philosophy to younger students. He successfully completed this degree program in 1996 and was awarded the Geshe certificate, which is considered equivalent to a Ph.D. in Bön Buddhist philosophy and religion.

Thiago Rocha da Cunha 5 months ago

Vida longa à S.A Yongdzin Rinpoche 🌈🙏

Maria Da Aparecida Conceição 5 months ago

O quanto sou grata por receber estes ensinamentos, que tem me ajudado a viver por aqui como uma presença benéfica. Que as benção aqui presentes se ampliar como Luz por todos os seres! Paz.