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Showing the Path of Liberation: The Kagyu Lineage Prayer

 
Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche (Author) Geshe Lharampa (Author)
Synopsis This text has been called a "prayer" and "aspiration", and a "chant". This text is a prayer in that we pray to Dorje Chang to help us in our practice but it is a Buddhist prayer which means we do not believe that there is some higher power up there who if pleased gives us what we want and if displeased gives us nothing. Thrangu Rinpoche has said we should realize that what we are trying to do is open ourselves up to receive the blessings (Tib. chin lap) of the lineage. The present book contains the Kagyu lineage prayer; an introduction to showing the path of liberation; the superior qualities of the lineage Gurus; the foundations practices; meditation; notes; glossary; the glossary of Tibetan terms; and the bibliography.
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Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche

Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche was born in Kham in 1933. At the age of five he was formally recognized by the Sixteenth Karmapa and the previous situ Rinpoche as the incarnation of the great Thrangu tulku. From the ages of seven to sixteen he entered Thrangu monastery and studied reading, writing, grammar, poetry, astrology, memorized ritual texts and completed two preliminary retreats. At the age of sixteen he began the study of the three vehicles of Buddhism under the direction of Khenpo Lodro Rabsel. He also spent time in retreat. At the age of twenty-three and the time of the Chinese Military takeover, Rinpoche left Tibet for Rumtek monastery in Sikkim where the Karmapa had his seat in exile. At the age of thirty-five he took the geshe examination before 1,500 monks at Buxador monastic refugee camp in Bengal and was awarded the highest degree of Rabjam. On his return to Rumtek he was named Khenpo or main teacher of Rumtek and all other Kagyu monasteries and became abbot of Rumtek monastery and also of the Nalanda Institute for Higher Buddhist studies also at Rumtek. He has been the personal teacher of the four principle Kagyu tulkus: Shamar Rinpoche, Situ Rinpoche, Jamgon Kongtul Rinpoche, and Gyaltsab Rinpoche. Thrangu Rinpoche has traveled extensively throughout Europe, the Ear East and North America. He is the abbot of Gampo Abbey, In Nova Scotia Canada and of Thrangu House in England. In 1984 he spent several months in Tibet where he ordained over one hundred monks and nuns and visited several monasteries. He has also founder his own monastery Thrangu Tashi Choling in Boudhnath near Kathmandu, Nepal; has a retreat center and college at Namo Buddha in the Kathmandu valley; has established his own primary school for the general education of lay children and young monks, has begun building a nunnery in Boudhnath for women to receive their khenpo degree, and has begun building a monastic college in Sarnath, India. Several of the works by Rinpoche published in English are Tranquility and Insight a detailed book on meditation, Buddha Nature, the Uttara Tantra by this publisher, the Song of Lodro Thaye, the differentiating Consciousness and Wisdom, and a series of texts on mahamudra meditation. He also has a book in German and one in Spanish.

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Title Showing the Path of Liberation: The Kagyu Lineage Prayer
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170307325
length xii+77p., Notes; Glossary; Bibliography; 23cm.