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I bow to the sublime embodiment of wisdom Buddha. My sincere wish is to repay your kindness. However small a flower is, it is still an offering to Buddha. Even a small gift may it be, it is still a token of gratitude. The Welcoming Buddhists are under the direction of Kyabje Khyentse Rinpoche.

H.H Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

H.H Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

This website is dedicated to the teaching of Buddhism in general and particularly the Nyingma lineage, which includes the revelation of many important termas (or treasure teachings to be reveled when most usefull) that had been hidden by Guru Rinpoche.

This new treasure lineage, reintroduced by Khyentse Rinpoche and Dudjom Rinpoche, enables one to practice well and to become Enlightened in one lifetime. Like a wish fulfilling tree, share these precious teachings as we bring them to the public, with all beings.

Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, one of the five immediate reembodiments of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, was born in 1910 as the fourth son of the Dilgo family, which traced its descent from the great ninth century king of Tibet, Trisong Detsen, the family home, his birthplace.
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All the joy the world contains has come through wishing happiness for others. All the misery the world contains has come through wanting pleasure for oneself. Is there need for lengthy explanation? Childish beings look out for themselves; Buddhas labor for the good of others; see the difference that divides them!”

“For beings longing to free themselves from misery, but misery itself they follow and pursue. They long for joy, but in their ignorance destroy it, as they would their foe. From Shantideva:

So many scholars and religions do not emphasize that happiness comes from serving or helping others. If we truly have love, compassion and service for all beings, then we receive the good merit from this because this is true happiness and joy. This is the key point of the Relaxing in the natural state of the mind meditation practice curing 
The obscuring. from Buddha teachings.

Suffering in this life becomes suffering in the next; the one who does evil suffers in both. When you see how impure your actions have been, you will suffer, you will be tormented. Rejoicing in this life becomes rejoicing in the next; the one who does good rejoices in both. When you see how pure your actions have been, you will be happy; you will rejoice.

Do not follow teachings that are morally flawed; do not live in negligence. Do not rely on destructive views; do not increase your worldliness. Words from Buddha:

Buddhism is not a religion. It is more a way of life positive attitude, a science and a philosophy of the inner mind, Buddhism teaching is beyond the religion. Buddha said in Sūtras: “Monks and Learned Ones; Just as gold is burnt, cut and rubbed, examine my words carefully and do not accept them simply out of respect.
I have shown you the methods that lead to liberation, but you should know that liberation depends upon yourself.”

Nagarjuna said, “There are four kinds of people-, Those who go from light to light, Those who go from darkness to darkness, Those who go from light to darkness, and Those who go from darkness to light. Be one who belongs to the first of these.”

Lotus born from a stainless lotus, the Supreme Deity, Padmasambhava of the Lotus family. Outside pure, inside pure, just like the bud of a lotus. Like that, may you serve the teachings of the Lotus Born, Padmasambhava.

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