Calling the Lama from Afar: A Supplication That Pierces the Heart with Devotion was composed by Jamgön Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye (1813-1899) as a supplication to the lamas of the non-sectarian (rimé) tradition of Dharma that arose in Tibet. The long poem speaks of seeing the positive qualities of those superior to us and of looking into our own faults. Since the text can evoke a special, deep feeling, it is recited by many faithful disciples living in the East and West.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
This short sadhana, composed by the Eighth Tai Situ Tenpai Nyinje, also known as Tai Situ Chokyi Jungne, is the most widely used for the daily practice of White Tara in the Karma Kamtsang tradition.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Uniquely attuned to our present world, the Karmapa gives clear and wise teachings on key issues of our times—the environment, social responsibility, and working with our emotional afflictions. He brings a fresh perspective on how to meditate and encourages us to take the path of compassion, engaging in actions that benefit others.
The Karmapa has brought forth a profound message in simple and accessible language with an authenticity that connects him to everyone he meets as he opens out the treasures of Buddhism for modern times.
The book is based on teachings His Holiness gave during his first historic visit to Canada in May and June 2017.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Parting from the Four Attachments presents the quintessential mind training teaching of the Sakya tradition. In December 2014, during the 32nd Kagyu Monlam in Bodhgaya, the 4th Jamgön Kongtrul Rinpoche taught this based on the well-known commentary composed by Jetsun Drakpa Gyaltsen. It was the very first public teaching gave by Jamgön Kontrul Rinpoche and was published in a book in 2015.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
The Blazing Jewel combines detailed instructions for The Four-Session Guru Yoga practice along with a word-by-word commentary on the prayer. It is, therefore, a unique and deeply beneficial contribution to the literature on this quintessential practice of the Karma Kagyu. All practitioners of this text are sure to benefit from the clear and insightful explanations contained within.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Photographs Recalling the Incarnations of Jamgön Kongtrul
Geshe Potowa’s “Long Soliloquy” is a truly unique text on mind-training. Down-to-earth and based on first-hand experience, it presents an honest and insightful commentary on life and Dharma practice at that time, which is as relevant and valid for Buddhist practitioners in the 21st century as it was then.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Atisha Dimpamkara’s “Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment” is a foundational text of the Kadampa school and a classic of Tibetan Buddhism revered by all the lineages. It presents a brief overview of the entire Buddhist path of both sutra and tantra practice. Here it is presented in a new translation along with a commentary by Jamgön Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye that explains its main points clearly, concisely, and completely.ད་དུང་བལྟ་ཀློག • Read More • 閱讀更多
Essential Life Story of Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche
Essential Life Story of Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche
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