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Virupa – Lord of Miracles

Jan 5, 2020
Virupa – Lord of Miracles

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David Lai) Virupa is one of the most famous Indian Buddhist mahasiddhas in history. He is featured amongst the famous collection of 84 Mahasiddhas by Abhayakirti and he is part of Dorje Shugden’s incarnation lineage, meaning he was one of Dorje Shugden’s previous lives. However, like many other mahasiddhas,...

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Shantideva: The Misunderstood Scholar and Mahasiddha

Nov 25, 2018
Shantideva: The Misunderstood Scholar and Mahasiddha

Shantideva was a Buddhist scholar, monk and philosopher, who lived between the 7th century and the 8th century. He is considered one of the 84 Mahasiddhas. Born a wealthy prince, Shantideva turned his back on the material world the night before he was to be crowned king. This extraordinary transformation blossomed from the teachings...

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Dalai Lama’s Controversial Thoughts About Four-Faced Mahakala and Setrap

May 8, 2018
Dalai Lama’s Controversial Thoughts About Four-Faced Mahakala and Setrap

During the 2015 Gelug Conference, the Dalai Lama claimed that Dharma Protector Setrap had given mistaken prophecies to Dagyab Rinpoche as well as monks from Minyak Khangtsen of Drepung Loseling Monastery...

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Milarepa

Apr 21, 2018
Milarepa

Milarepa is one of the most famous individuals in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, but very little of his life is known with any historical certainty. Even the dates of his birth and death...

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Mahasiddha Naropa: The Indomitable Disciple

Apr 1, 2018
Mahasiddha Naropa: The Indomitable Disciple

The great Mahasiddha Naropa was born the prince of an ancient kingdom in East India. Descended from a notable and respected royal family, Naropa’s father was the great King Santivarman and his mother was the glorious Queen Srimati...

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84 Mahasiddhas

Oct 1, 2012
84 Mahasiddhas

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The 84 Mahasiddhas represent all those who have, within a single lifetime, attained direct realization of the Buddha’s teachings. Their life stories represent what they have accomplished and what they did for others upon gaining realization from their practice. By reading their stories, we know that through effort and practice of...

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