Publié le 17 Mai 2021

Source of the illustration: http://www.khordong-byangter.org/teaching.html Previous chapter: click here . To get back to the beginning of this series, click here . There is a lot to be said for my trip to India and Nepal in 1992-93; basically, it was...

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Publié le 16 Mai 2021

1.1.3.25. mThing ma Sangs rgyas grags ’od One would know nothing about this master if sMyo shul mkhan po did not point out in passing (p. 259) that the teachings he gave to Klong chen rab ’byams were at least partly based on the gter chos of Nyang ral...

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Publié le 16 Mai 2021

Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche with Tülku Thondup. - Source of the illustration] The previous chapter is here . To get back to the first beginning of this series, click here . I had reached the point where, having (spring 1992) passed the «agrégation» [French...

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Publié le 15 Mai 2021

[To read all this series from the beginning, please click here .] 1.1.3.22. Khro phu pa In view of all the occurrences of this name “Khro phu pa” in the Deb ther sngon po, it appears that there were three main ones: (1) one active in the early 13th century...

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Publié le 15 Mai 2021

The previous chapter is here . To get back to the first beginning of this series, click here . During the winter of 1991-1992 (I don’t remember well, maybe during the Christmas vacations?), I served as an interpreter for a week or more to Chhimed Rigdzin...

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Publié le 14 Mai 2021

1.1.3.18. Shug gseb pa, a.k.a. Bla ma Ri pa, gZhon nu rin chen, gZhon nu rdo rje Klong chen pa was also a disciple of a master named Shug gseb pa. From this master he received the Three Cycles of Dohā, the Trilogy on Mountain Retreats (Ri chos skor gsum),...

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Publié le 14 Mai 2021

There are many things I remember about Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche, without necessarily being able to place them in a chronology - let’s say, logia from C. R. Lama, often at least as tasty in form as in content, notably because of his very peculiar English....

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Publié le 13 Mai 2021

The beginning of this biography is here . 1.1.3.16. mKhan po or mKhon pa? He followed the teachings of yet another master, whom sMyo shul mkhan po calls mkhan po, the abbot. We read mkhan po ba in the mThong ba don ldan, and mKhon pa in Glag bla. mKhon...

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Publié le 13 Mai 2021

To get back to the beginning of this series, click here . After these reflections on the “crazy wisdom” as it was constructed by Chögyam Trungpa (with a certain genius) and then used by various neo-Buddhist lamas, let’s come back to Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche,...

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Publié le 12 Mai 2021

[To return to the beginning of this biographical series, click here ] 1.1.3.15.3. gZhon nu rdo rje is also a vehicle for the transmission of the Tantra of the king creator of all things (Kun byed rgyal po) The Lo rgyus rin chen phreng ba (p. 70) does...

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