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Trungpa Rinpoche. Neutral articles. Compassion Fellowship. Tulku Orgyen Zangpo Rinpoche's Root Gurus Rinpoche was born in the Himalayan Mountains and entered Tashi Gomang Monastery at a young age. He was recognized as the reincarnation of Padma Rangdrol Dorje Rinpoche, the former Dharma Master of the Sacred Site of Tashi Gomang, by many enlightened beings, including Dakini Kunzang Chokyi Drolma, Tartang Garlong Rinpoche, and Zabtrul Shindu Rinpoche.

Guidance from his teacher Tarthong Garlong Rinpoche led Tulku Orgyen to Sertar Larung Gar Buddhist Institute, where he began 15 years of intensive study under his heart teacher, His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, one of the most revered Buddhist saints of our age. During his time with H.H. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, Tulku Orgyen's training included Buddha Shakyamuni's Mahayana Sutra Teachings and Commentary, including the sutra commentaries of Nagarjuna, Shantideva, and Shantarakshita. Lama Lakshey’s Teachers | Tsinta Mani Choling. Below are some of my precious teachers who have shown me immeasurable kindness. -Lama Lakshey His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok I had the great fortune to study under His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok at his Buddhist Academy, Larung Gar, for 10 years. Under his guidance, I was able to study all the major texts and teachings of the Nyingma lineage, including the teachings of Mipham Rinpoche and His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok’s own termas.

I received all the major Nyingma empowerments from His Holiness. I also served as His Holiness Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok’s attendant during his pilgrimage in the Kham and Amdo regions of Tibet. His Holiness Tenpai Wangchuk His Holiness Tenpai Wangchuk is one of the greatest Tibetan Dzogchen masters still alive in Tibet. I had the great fortune to receive Dzogchen nyen-gyud from His Holiness Tenpai Wangchuk. His Holiness Kathog Moksa From His Holiness Kathog Moksa Rinpoche I received all the empowerments and transmissions of the Kathog lineage. The connection of Lama Jigmé and his Masters | Phuntsok Chö Ling. Akyong Lama Tokden Rinpoche Akyong Siddhi Lama Shenphen Dewe Nyima When Lama Jigmé was nine years old, he met his first teacher, the great yogin Siddhi Lama Shenphen Dewe Nyima (above). He received from him the Dudjom Tersar of Dudjom Lingpa and accumulated the preliminaries (sngon-’gro) under him.

He obtained the Dzogchen lineage from Lama Tokden Rinpoche (right). Lama Pema Samten As for Lama Pema Samten, he instructed Lama Jigmé to teach the doctrine. Khenpo Munsel Lama Jigmé received the aural lineage (snyan-brgyud) of Dzogchen from Khenpo Munsel (1916-1993) the outstanding disciple of Khenpo Ngakchung (1879-1941; alias Khenpo Ngawang Pal Zangpo). Khenpo Jigmé Phuntsok He then went on to study for nine years at the university of Sertar Lharung Gar, under the guidance of his root teacher Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche. Thubten Nima. Statment by Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Regarding Sengdruk Taktse School | Gesar's Footprint. The following was written by Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok after two of his students, Khentrul Kunzang Gyaltsen, and Tulku Thubten Norbu Rinpoche, built Sengdruk Taktse School, located in Golok, Eastern Tibet: Aspirations made previously have led to a great and auspicious appearance in this world - an excellent foundation for the teachings: In the Earth Tiger Year, the Monkey Month, on the 30th day my students Khentrul Kunzang Gyaltsen and Wangtod Tulku Tubten Norbu have carried out the most important practice from the Musical Clouds of Heart Advice (a work of writing by Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok entitled snying gtam sprin gyi rol mo), and have built a new school, Larung Sidsum Zilnon Ling, in Domey (Eastern Tibet), near the center of Tramo Ling (Traling Gonpa), at Kumkhar Sengdruk Taktse.

. - Written by Jigme Phuntsok - Tibetan Earth Rabbit Year, 1st month, 13th day (January 13th, 1999) - Written by Khentrul Kunzang Gyaltsen, Earth Tiger Year, 4th month, 1st day. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche. Biography of Chokyi Sengay, Trungpa Rinpoche XII - Konchok Foundation. Chokyi Senge, Trungpa XII Rinpoche Choseng Trungpa XII Rinpoche, who is 24, now principally resides at Surmang Dutsi til, where he is engaged in teaching activities. Until recently, he had spent the majority of each year continuing his studies at Serta Monastery in Golok.

In September 2010, Trungpa XII Rinpoche recorded a statement in which he thanked those who have supported the rebuilding of the Surmang shedra. He also called for continued study of the teachings of his predecessor, Chogyam Trungpa XI Rinpoche , and requested that the works in English of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche be translated into Tibetan.

In the wake of the tragic earthquake in Jyekundo (Yushu) in April 2010, Trungpa XII Rinpoche spent many days there along with the other leadership of Surmang Dutsi Til. 12th Trungpa Rinpoche, Aten Rinpoche and monks performing prayers for thet people who died in the Jyekundo earthquake. In September 2009, Heleen de Graaf and Ymkje Repko visited Trungpa XII Rinpoche at Surmang. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok's nephew sentenced to 7 years' jail term. By Kalsang Rinchen Ngagchung/TCHRD photo Dharamsala, March 26 - A Chinese court in Sichuan Province has sentenced a Tibetan monk, whose whereabouts were unknown since July 2008, to seven years in prison and deprivation of political rights for a year, according to the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD).

In January, 2010, the Kardze Intermediate People’s Court passed the verdict on Ngagchung ( who goes by only one name), of Larung Gar Buddhist Institute in Sertha County, Kardze “Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture” (‘TAP’). Khenpo seeks blessings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama during a visit to India, file The TCHRD doubts the validity of the verdict and called for international intervention in the case. Ngagchung was arrested on 8 July 2008 along with two other monks; Taphun and Gudrak of the same monastery on "suspicion" of leaking information to outside "separatist forces" during the Tibet protests in 2008.

Larung Gar Buddhist institute. H.H. Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche | Ju Mipham.org. The great Sertha Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche - one of the truly greatest Buddhist Masters of this century. The great Sertha Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche is one of the truly greatest Buddhist Masters of this century... being also one of main Nyingmapa Teachers of HH the present Dalai Lama as well as some of the greatest Masters alive today. Khenpo Jig-Phun [ short for Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok ~~ ], in His past life as the great Terton Sogyal, was also one of the Teachers of the previous Dalai Lama. Khenpo Jig-Phun's great, holy Activities There are prophecies from Guru Padmasambhava that anyone who forge karmic connections with Khenpo Jig-Phun ...... be it positive or even negative, will be liberated from samsara forever and will be guided to Lord Buddha Amitabha's Pure Land of Highest Bliss at the time of death ~~ The Sertha Lharong Buddhist College Rinpoche at times left His hand prints or footprints in solid rock...... these places becoming sacred sites where countless of healings took place ~~ Rinpoche's Footprints in solid rock The Amitabha Great Prayer Festival The Great Lamp Offering Festival.

Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok | Chamtrul Rinpoche Bodhicitta Africa. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok is one of Chamtrul Rinpoche’s main masters. Here is some information on one of the greatest masters of Tibetan Buddhism during this century. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok (1933 – 2004) was a Nyingma lama from Golog. His family were nomads. At the age of two he was identified as the reincarnation of the Terton Sogyal, Lerab Lingpa (1852–1926).

He studied Dzogchen at Nubzor Monastery, received novice ordination at 14, and full ordination at 22 (or 1955). Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok was one of the most influential lamas of the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism in contemporary Tibet. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok was also an extraordinary Terton (Buddhist treasure revealer), uncovering many treasures texts in Tibet, as well as other parts of China, and India. In modern Tibet, Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok was an intellectual and religious scholar as well as a famous Terton(treasure revealer).

Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok died of heart failure in 2004, at the age of 70 in Tibet. Like this: Like Loading... Dechen Rang Dharma Center - Home Page. H.H Jigme Phuntsok Star to the earth Choeje (King of Dharma) Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche, an incarnation of Terchen Lerab Lingpa, also known as Terchen Sogyal who was a teacher of the Thirteenth Dalai Lama, was born in Dokhog, Dokham, Eastern Tibet in 1933. Guided by many great scholars and teachers of his time, he studied and mastered all aspects of the general Buddhist teachings as well as the distinct Kama and Terma tradition of Nyingma School around the age of six. Dharma Holder When His Holiness was 14, he took novice monk's vows from the renowned scholar Khenpo Sonam Rinchen and when he was 18 he went to Dzachukha to study under Thubten Choepel Rinpoche. Larung WuMing Buddhist Institute In 1980 he founded the Larung Gar WuMing (Five Science) Buddhist Institute near Serthar, Sichuan province.

Met Panchen Lama In 1987 H.H Jigme Phuntsok traveled to Wutaishan (sacred Buddhist mountain site in Shanxi Province) accompanied by several thousand of his disciples. Entered the parinirvana. Www.padmaworldpeace.org/phuntsok.html. CHOEJE (King of Dharma) JIGME PHUNTSOK RINPOCHE Choeje (King of Dharma) Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche, an incarnation of Terchen Lerab Lingpa, also known as Terchen Sogyal, was born in Dokhog, Dokham, Eastern Tibet in 1933. Guided by many great scholars and teachers of his time, he studied and mastered all aspects of the general Buddhist teachings as well as the distinct Kama and Terma tradition of Nyingma School.

At the age of twenty-four through his boundless compassion and profound wisdom, he began teaching. Under the Chinese occupation of Tibet when there was no religious freedom, he hid himself within secluded caves and secretly gave teachings to a handful of students despite the great danger to his life. Until his final days, he never stopped teaching. He bravely sacrificed his life to benefit sentient beings and preserve the sublime Buddha dharma. Seeing his enlightened vision, Panchen Lama visited Larung Gar Institute and gave recognition to both Choeje and his institute. His Holiness Jigmed Phuntsok Rinpoche Biography - VimalaVideo. Khenchen Jigme Phuntsok Series. Deutsch Nederlands English Español Français Italiano Português བོད་ཡིག Translations Indian Masters Tibetan Masters Topics Tibetan Texts Home News Donations About Us Search Links If you find this site useful, please consider helping us to achieve our goal of translating more classic works from the Buddhist tradition and making them freely available.

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He was 70. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok (right) with the late 10th Panchen Lama. "Since the tragic news of the passing of the 10th Panchen Lama in 1989, this has been the saddest news to come from Tibet," said Mr. Lodi Gyari, Special Envoy of the Dalai Lama. "Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok worked very hard for the preservation and promotion of the unique religious faith of all Tibetans," Gyari added. According to information received from Tibet, the Khenpo underwent heart surgery in the beginning of this year in a hospital in Chengdu after having been admitted to Chinese military hospital number 363 on December 29, 2003.

Biography of Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok in Chinese. Larung Gar Bhuddist institute. 1933. 1937. 1940. 1947. 1951. His Holiness Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche Memorabilia - About us. Brief Biography of H.H. Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche: H.H. Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche was born in the year of the Water-Bird (1933) in Lhonor area of Sertha to Palden and his wife Yutso. He started his education around the age of six. When he was 14 he was ordained as a monk by Khenpo Sonam Rinchen and when he was 16 he went to Zachukha to study under Thoga rinpoche. In 1980 he founded the Larung Gar Five Sciences Buddhist Academy near Serthar. In 1987 Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche traveled to Wutaishan (sacred Buddhist mountain site in Shanxi Province) accompanied by several thousand of his disciples. Biographical Timeline of H.H. 1933. 1937. 1940. 1947. 1951. 1949. 1950. 1955. 1957. 1959. 14th Dalai Lama flees Tibet and begins exodus of the majority of learned Buddhist teachers from across the Tibetan plateau. 1960-1980. 1980. 1981. 1983. 1982-1986. 1987. 1987. 1988. 1988. 1989. 1989. 1990. 1991. 1993. 1994-1998. 1998.

Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok. Advice to the People of Dzagyel Sershül, by Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche « Sugatagarbha Translations. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche Archives | Just Dharma Quotes. Treasury of Lives: Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok. Biography and autobiography in Tibet are important sources for both education and inspiration.

The authors involved in the Treasury of Lives mine primary sources to provide English-language biographies of every known religious teacher from Tibet and the Himalaya, all of which are organized on their website. The following summarizes the biography of Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, by Antonio Terrone. Few religious masters have had as important a role in the survival and rebirth of Buddhism in Tibet after the Cultural Revolution as Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok (1933–2004). By working within the Communist Chinese administrative system, he was able to establish and grow a monastic community, Larung Gar, that has continued to provide inspiration and support for tens of thousands of Buddhist practitioners.

Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok was born to a nomadic family in the Golok region of Amdo. In 1988, he went to Beijing to teach, and then to Lhasa. Khenpo Jigme Puntsok - The Treasury of Lives: Biographies of Himalayan Religious Masters. Khenpo Jigme Puntsok (mkhan po 'jigs med phun tshogs) was born in February 1933 during the first month of the water-bird (chu bya) year according to the Tibetan sexagenary cycle. He was the fifth child of a family of herders living in Zime Chole in Dokhok (rdo khog rdzi med chos lhas) in the Golok region (mgo log), which is now part of Qinghai Province, China. According to Khenpo Sodarjey (mkhan po bsod dar rgyas, b.1962), his father was Chakhung Pete (lcag khung pad te) from the local Chakhung clan.

Various sources have his mother's name as Bumo Yumtso (bu mo g.yu mtsho) or simply Yumtso (g.yu mtsho), and Yutok (g.yu thog); she was from Nubza (gnubs bza'). In 1938 when he was five years old, Terton Wangchuk (gter ston dbang phyug) and Mura Tulku Pema Norbu (nub gzur sprul sku padma nor bu, 1918-1958) recognized him as a reincarnation of Lerab Lingpa (las rab gling pa, 1856-1926). Khenpo Jigme Puntsok's fame grew still further with his visionary activities. Larung Gar Sources.