Khöndung Asanga Vajra Sakya Rinpoche
Understanding Avalokiteshvara ~Part 1 “Greetings Everyone!
Recently, I was requested by the Sakya Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism in Seattle to briefly speak about Avalokiteshvara, commonly known as Chenrezig in Tibetan, and so, therefore, today, I will be speaking about Avalokiteshvara and his six-syllable mantra known as Om Mani Padme Hum.
Carefully Consider All Words And Actions As If They Were The Most Delicate Pieces Of Glass We live in a very small world where we are all interconnected through advancements in technology.
I am very saddened to hear of the terrible calamities befalling parts of Southeast Asia and especially affecting Central Vietnam as a result of tropical storms Linfa and Nangka.
THE LIFE OF SAKYA PANDITA Lord of the Dharma By 2nd Sakya Pandita Khenchen Appey Rinpoche
First of all I would like to offer my greetings to all the nuns who have gathered here today.
Previously, I discussed the concise way or the simplistic explanation of the thought of awakening.
On the 22nd day of the third lunar month (25th May) Sakya monks led by H.
1 On May 1st, on the occasion of His Eminence Khöndung Asanga Vajra Rinpoche’s 20th birthday according to the western calendar, a grand celebration was held at the Sakya College for Nuns in Manduwalla, near Dehradun, India.
Engaging in thoughts of awakening can be explained in three varying degrees of detail.
On the first morning of new year, (Losar) Guru Sakya Monastery monks performed the Sang Puja and H.
04 On January 3rd, the placement of His Holiness Dagchen Dorjechang Rinpoche’s holy relics into the newly constructed Parinirvana stupa and consecration of the stupa was carried out in a beautiful ceremony in front of the stupa.