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To not become happy because of praise, To not become unhappy because of blame, To support one's own good virtues, This is the character of the supreme being.
If the intention is good, the levels and paths are good. If the intention is bad, the levels and paths are bad, Since everything depends on intentions it is important that we make them positive.
Do not do anything harmful to one another, do only what is good. Discipline your own mind to subdue negative emotions.
Do no evil whatsoever, practice virtue perfectly, tame your mind completely. This is the teaching of the Buddhist doctrine.
Author Archives: Ven. Lopon Osel
Longchen Niyngthik This is a treasure revealed: by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo additional by Kabyje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche The essence of all Buddhist Teachings of the practice is included in Nongdro or (preliminary practice) If you wish to practice then you must receive oral transmission and introduction from a qualified teacher. If you would like to make a copy this is available for download. Continue reading
From : Kabyje Dujom Rinpoche Nongdro practice.This is a very important short lineage preliminary practice which includes” Calling the Lama from afar. This is a very powerful practice. If you wish to practice this sadhana you will also need oral transmission from a pure lineage master. is also available for download. Continue reading
Three Root Practice (means Guru, Dewa, Dakini or Lama, Yidam, Khandro) this sadhana is particularly powerful because it includes all three root practices which will enable the practitioner to realize enlightenment in one lifetime. the Essence of The Siddhi is a (Terma) of inconcievable power. This practice is a short liniage practice. (Short- lineage practice refers to Buddhas unbroken lineage.) This is a treasure revealed by Kabyje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche If you wish to practice this you must get an oral transmission and instruction from a realized master. This is also available for download. Continue reading
This is an introduction taken from Lhatsun Namki Jingme treasure revealed.and additional section by Kabyje Dujom Rinpoche. The Mountain of Smoke offering is for the purpose of removing obstacles. For example it is applicable to offer in an effort to remove obstacles such as hunger, war, or natural disasters. It is used to purify negativity, practice generosity, and bring about peace. It can be used to help those with difficulty sleeping and to bring prosperity to your family and into your community. This includes the Eight Noble Aspirations written by Jamgon Mipham Rinpoche. This also includes a prayer for invocation and aspiration to Guru Rinpoche If you wish to practice this sadhana it is necessary to receive an oral transmission from a pure lineage master. This is available for download. Continue reading
Terma revealed by Kabyje Dujom Rinpoche Hearing contained the essential condensed the Vajra Kilaya sadhana is for the purposes of removing outer, inner, and secret obstacles. Examples of outer obstacles are war, disease, and natural disasters. Inner obstacles are negative thinking, a frivolous attitude and conflicting emotions including the five poisons of jealousy, anger, attachment, ignorance, and pride. Secret obstacles are like practicing often but without any accomplishment or practicing while holding on to negativity such as envy. If you do this practice it will remove all temporary obstacles and provide protection. It will also quickly bring realization and even ultimate enlightenment. if you wish to practice this sadhana you must receive empowerment and instruction from a pure lineage This is available for download. Continue reading
This is a Treasure revealed by Kabyje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche In this degenerate age 360 various illnesses are coming. If you do this practice it will help to stop these illnesses. This practice can also help those with terminal illness and in some cases can heal them completely. This practice can also treat the illness of anger and too much desire. The ultimate result of this practice is enlightenment. If you wish to practice this you must receive transmission and instruction from a pure lineage master. This sadhana is available for download. Continue reading
A short and easy practice by Kabyje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche Vajrasatva is a powerful practice for purifying negative karma. At this time many are effected by difficult and heavy negativity. This practice will help to purify that. All beings having an imperfect karmic body with illness and sadness coming from negativity can be purified by Vajrasattva practice. If you wish to practice this sadhana you must receive empowerment from a pure lineage master. This saddhana is available for download. Continue reading
You can follow your Sadhana practice with the following Guru Rinpoche was Vajradhatu Mandala Open in Tibet later gave to this Asperation prayer many great masters, and dharma practioners. This was revealed later on by Chok gyur Lingba. It is a short, easy, and very powerful aspiration. If you wish to practice this you must receive transmission from a pure lineage master. This prayer is available for download. Continue reading
Published for the first time, this commentary by one of the great Tibetan masters of the 20th century, Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche will
appear in The Collected Works of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (Shambhala, 2010)
The following teaching is an explanation of the way to examine the mind according to a text written by Lama Mipham, called “The Wheel of Investigation and Meditation That Thoroughly Purifies Mental Activity.” Why is this teaching called the “wheel of investigation”? Because just as a wheel revolves all the time, we need to constantly investigate the true nature of things.
This constant investigation will eliminate deluded thoughts and lead to an understanding of the true nature of the mind.
How do we investigate the nature of mind and the root of samsaric delusion? The very root of delusion is the thought of “I,” the habit of clinging to the notion of a “self.” This notion is simply due to a failure to investigate. There is no such thing as a truly existing,
autonomous self. We fabricated this concept in the same way that we make up all our other thoughts. Then, after constructing this self over and over again, we get so used to our invention that it seems to really exist as a distinct entity. Continue reading
The third line explains the foundational practices including refection on impermanence and uncertain death as well as the genuine diligence born from this refection, the fourth line teaches the entire path of the Greater Vehicle and the methods for developing the universal love and compassion of Bodhicitta this Pith Instruction given by Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche,