By Dilgo Khyentse, Dalai Lama, Sogyal Rinpoche, Dzongsar Khyentse, Ani Jinba Palmo
Via vigorous anecdotes and tales this hugely respected Buddhist meditation grasp and student tells approximately his lifetime of learn, retreat, and educating. The formative occasions of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s lifestyles, and people insights and studies that prompted him to mature into the nice and cozy, wonderful, and hugely learned meditation grasp and instructor he used to be, are deeply inspiring. the second one half the e-book contains memories by means of his spouse; his grandson, Shechen Rabjam Rinpoche; Tenga Rinpoche; the Queen mom of Bhutan; and plenty of widespread academics.
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This can only happen when negative emotions and men tal confusions disappear. He stressed that we would have missed the point of our practice if our mental poisons remained all-powerful, tormenting us con stantly and causing us to remain preoccupied with ourselves. This biography attempts to convey, without any exaggeration, who Khyen tse Rinpoche was, how he spent his life, and what his day-to-day activities were, so that his life may inspire others. These days, authentic teachers are fe""J so when people read about Khyentse Rinpoche's life they may discover what the qualities of a great master are, and this may help them find a truly authentic teacher.
Then without any prompting, he would resume exactly where he had left offhalf an hour earlier and continue teaching without the slightest fluctuation or hesitation. Khyentse Rinpoche's astounding achievements have been celebrated elsewhere, but they include his twenty-five volumes of collected worksj his twenty-two years in retreatj the vast number of teachings and transmissions he both received and passed onj the colossal amount of practice he accom plishedj the monasteries, temples, stupas, and works of art he createdj the collections of teachings he had printedj the care with which he brought up and trained a whole generation of incarnate lamasj the terma treasures he xxxii SOGYAL R I N P OCHE revealed; his reestablishment of the tradition of drupchens (intensive Vajra yana group practices) i and so much more.
WhenJamyang Khyentse the Great passed 8 THE AUTOBIOG RAPHY away, he promised that one of his incarnations would be born to the Bon reli gion. Of all the incarnations, this boy from our family was physically the most similar to Jamyang Khyentse, perhaps because he had the very same blood lines. He even hadJamyang Khyentse the Great's unusually large eyes. The main lamas for our family, especially for my grandfather, were Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Jamgon Kongtriil. In his youth my father hunted and killed a number of animals.