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The Sacred Vajrayogini of Ratsag Monastery

Jul 27, 2018
The Sacred Vajrayogini of Ratsag Monastery

(by Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David Lai)   The Founding of Ratsag Monastery According to an inscription, Ra Bende Yonten Gyalpo founded Ratsag Monastery in the Yab Valley of Tolung, near Lhasa in the early half of the 11th century. It was built through the generous patronage of the noble Sego family. However, Go...

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H.H. Kyabje Pabongka Rinpoche’s Sacred Vajra Yogini

Jul 24, 2018
The current form of Naro Kacho Vajra Yogini appeared to the Indian Mahasiddha Naropa after he meditated intensely on her practice inside a cave. He beheld her glorious form in a vision. This unique form became known as Naropa’s Vajra Yogini or Naro Kacho, as it had never existed before. Later, in Tibet, His Holiness Kyabje Pabongka Rinpoche also had visions of Vajra Yogini. His vision differed slightly from the vision of her that Naropa beheld. In the original Naro Kacho form, Vajra Yogini looks towards her pure land named Kechara. However in Kyabje Pabongka Rinpoche’s vision, she looked straight at him, symbolic of the deity empowering him to bestow her practice to many people in order to benefit them. The practice of Vajra Yogini belongs to the Highest Yoga Tantra classification that leads to tremendous inner transformation and can even grant enlightenment within just one lifetime. Click on image to enlarge.

The current form of Naro Kachö Vajra Yogini appeared to the Mahasiddha Naropa after he meditated in a cave and focused on her sadhana, her rituals and her special generation and completion stage practices. After Naropa had accomplished Vajra Yogini’s path, which means that he had gained the attainments of her practice, she appeared...

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Four Sacred Sites of Vajra Yogini in Nepal

Jul 12, 2018
Four Sacred Sites of Vajra Yogini in Nepal

The connection between Vajra Yogini and the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal began with Mahasiddha Naropa and the Pamthingpa brothers. Her practice eventually became immensely popular across the country...

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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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Niguma: Mistress of Illusion

Nov 25, 2017
Niguma: Mistress of Illusion

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor David Lai) Dear friends, I was given a book called ‘Niguma, the Lady of Illusion’ recently. Although I have read bits and pieces about this dakini’s life online in the past, I did not really know much about her. Hence, reading this book was to be my first serious...

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