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Puja to Guru Chakrasamvara

Jul 22, 2019
Puja to Guru Chakrasamvara

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David Lai) Sang De Jig Sum or ‘The Three Kingly Tantras’ are higher tantric practices that consist of the Vajrabhairava, Guhyasamaja and Heruka Chakrasamvara Tantras. According to the Heruka Tantras, Buddha Shakyamuni himself laid down the practices they contain. To do this, the Buddha manifested on Mount Kailash as...

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Twenty-Four Holy Places & Eight Great Charnel Grounds

Apr 24, 2016
Twenty-Four Holy Places & Eight Great Charnel Grounds

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Niral) Dear Friends, Recently on the ‘Ask a Pastor’ section of this blog an online friend asked a question about the Twenty-Four Holy Places and the Eight Great Charnel Grounds. The Pastors were asked if these were actual places found in relation to our world, e.g. actual geographic locations....

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Urgent Advice

Jul 14, 2013
Urgent Advice

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear Rinpoche, My mother’s eyes open today and she is following movements in the room. Hands and feet still cold. Nurse said it’s the medication they use to draw blood to vital organs. Bed sore not improving. Hands a little swollen. She seemed comfortable but condition remain unstable. I am continuing...

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Transcript: How Tantric Deities Bless Us

Jul 13, 2013
Transcript: How Tantric Deities Bless Us

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The following is a video of a teaching I gave awhile ago during a tsog ceremony in Kechara House 1 (Now converted to Kechara Media and Publication's office). In this teaching you will learn what is a tsog ritual, it's benefits and how tantric deities can bless us.

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MANTRA can change me! | 心咒可以改变我!

Jun 26, 2013
MANTRA can change me! | 心咒可以改变我!

(译文请往下阅读) An excellent teaching by H.E. Tsem Rinpoche on the power of MANTRA which will blow our mind away, we never know that MANTRA can be so effective in changing our mental state before this, let Rinpoche reveal it to us…MUST WATCH!! 詹杜固仁波切开示心咒的力量。从来不知道短短的咒语竟然会有如此大的威力,且听仁波切的精彩阐释,必看!!(附中文口译)    

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Deceiving Our Guru

May 31, 2013
Deceiving Our Guru

(By Tsem Rinpoche) When we deceive our guru, we will separate from our guru, or we will see our guru’s actions as wrong, or we will illicit wrathful actions from our guru, or we will cause our guru to have short life. The worst omen, is not trees falling on our houses, or accidents...

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Committing Sin

May 23, 2013
Committing Sin

(By Tsem Rinpoche) I am just an ordinary practitioner: “Some of the Lamas, teachers and practitioners are ignorant. Because they want to eat meat and drink alcohol, they say that it is necessary since they are followers of Guru Rinpoche, who ate meat and drank alcohol. But Guru Rinpoche was born miraculously, not like...

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May 16, 2013

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Whenever we let anger control our actions, it’s a clear indication selfish mind is predominant. ~Tsem Rinpoche Being selfish is the core of many of our emotional upheavals and unhappiness. ~Tsem Rinpoche Please stop being held back by anger & fear, step into the light. Stop thinking, just relax and just...

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Magic 4

Apr 20, 2013
Magic 4

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear Friends, This is very short, precise and to the point. I found on FB and posted it here for your benefit please. Everyone should read this carefully, understand, discuss and apply. If you apply, you will surely get the results. The more adversity, the stronger we grow. Accept adversity with...

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Justin’s Manjushri

Sep 21, 2012
Justin’s Manjushri

(By Tsem Rinpoche) This Manjushri tsatsa just arrived today. It contains part of the ashes of my student and friend Mr Justin Ripley who passed away due to heart failure not too long ago. Part of his ashes were consecrated and mixed with clay and other holy objects and made into Manjushri tsatsas by monks. I composed this poem today because a deeper sense of faith in Manjushri grew stronger in me spontaneously just now and I was inspired to write. After composing the poem, I get a immediate message from Bryan Ho that this Manjushri tsatsa just ...

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