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  Simhanada---His Eminence Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Jamgon Kongtrul was predicted in the Samadhiraja Sutra, in the termas of Padmasambhava and in the Larkauatara Sutra.
Jamgon Kongtrul, together with Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo of the Sakya lineage and Chogyur Dechen Lingpa of the Nyingma lineage, initiated the non-sectarian or Rimey movement.
Jamgon Kongtrul was then brought to India, where the Dalai Lama, Sakya Trizin and Mindroling Trichen confirmed his recognition and bestowed names unto the incarnation.
www.simhas.org /jamgon.html   (1110 words)

 KTD--The First Jamgon Kongtrul, Lodro Thaye--   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
As prophesied by the Buddha, Jamgon Kongtrul the Great was born in Upper Eastern Tibet, to the east of Lhasa, in a place called Kongpo.
When Jamgon Kongtrul the Great was born, he manifested many miracles which indicated that he was the reincarnation of an enlightened being.
In accordance with such predictions, the second Jamgon Kongtrul, Khentse Oser, was born as a prince son of the Fifteenth Karmapa, Khakhyab Dorje, and established his seat at Tsen.
www.kagyu.org /karmapa/kag/kag37.html   (1241 words)

 Rime movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Rimé movement (Wylie: Ris-Med) is a Buddhist school of thought founded in Eastern Tibet during the late 19th century largely by Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, the latter of whom is often respected as the founder proper.
It seeks to unify the various traditions and their philosophies into one coherent school of thought, and is responsible for a large number of scriptural compilations.
Thaye was from the Nyingma and Kagyu traditions, while Wangpo had been raised within the Sakya order.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Rime_movement   (524 words)

 Karma Lekshey Ling Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche is considered an emanation of the bodhisattva of wisdom, Manjushri.
The 4th Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche Chokyi Nyima was recognized by the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa in Tibet.
Jamgon Kongtrul was then brought to India, where the Dalai Lama, Sakya Trizin and Mindroling Trichen confirmed his recognition and bestowed names onto the incarnation.
www.leksheyling.org /lineage.html   (829 words)

 Jamgon Kongtrul, the Third, Jamgon Lodro Chokyi Senge, a short biography
JAMGON KONGTRUL LODRO THAYE was one of the most brilliant stars in the galaxy of scholars and siddhas from Tibet, the land of snow.
The name of the third Kongtrul incarnation is spoken with reverence as Jamgon Lodro Chokyi Senge, perfect guide of unequalled kindness, whose aspirations, activity, and accomplishments for the precious Dharma and sentient beings in general, and the Kagyu lineage in particular, have been a wondrous light in these dark times.
Following the request of Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche's attendants, Tenzin Dorje and Sonam Chophel, this was written by Bokar Tulku, Karma Ngedon Chokyi Lodro, whose devotion is inspired by this life of Jamgon Lama, at Rumtek Retreat Center, Yiwang Samten Chokhor Ling, on the 5th of May, 1992.
www.rangjung.com /authors/Jamgon_Kongtrul_Third.htm   (2465 words)

 The Tai Situpa: biography 4
He recognized the innate greatness of the child who was to achieve renown as Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, the primary genius of the nineteenth century renaissance now called the Rime, or "non-sectarian," movement.
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (I813-1899) was one of the truly magnificent scholars in the history of Tibet; he called upon his profound knowledge of all traditions, from the Bon family into which he was born to the other lineages he later studied.
Situ Pema Kunsang (1854-1885), the tenth Tai Situpa, was recognized and enthroned by his former illustrious students, the fourteenth Karmapa and Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye.
www.samye.org /situ4.htm   (1179 words)

 Zhyisil Chokyi Ghatsal - Teachings
Jamgon Kongtrul became a main holder of the Karma Kagyu lineage, and the Root Teacher of the 15th Karmapa, Gyalwa Khakhyab Dorje and thus is among the golden chain of Kagyu lineage masters.
The Second Jamgon Kongtrul, (Karse Kongtrul) Palden Khyentse Oser (1902-1952) was born, as predicted by the 15th Karmapa, at Tsurphu monastery.
The Third Jamgon Kongtrul, Lodro Chokyi Senge (1954-1992) was born in central Tibet, as predicted by his root teacher, the 16th Karmapa and precisely in accordance with the predictions of the 2nd Jamgon Kongtrul.
www.greatliberation.org /teachers/bio/jamgon.htm   (920 words)

 Ultimate Buddhist Booklist "B"
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (1813-1899), the profoundly learned and realized master who compiled what are known as the "Five Great Treasures," wrote the outstanding commentary to the Mahayana Uttaratantra Shastra translated here.
Kongtrul explains the need for and nature of an authentic teacher, before providing a complete code of personal liberation as it applies to both monastic and lay-persons in a way which is detailed, clear and easily understandable.
Jamgon Kongtrul's "Shes Terzod" (of which this is a translation in part) is a classic, and this is a surprisingly easy read.
www.turtlehill.org /bks/bksb.html   (1755 words)

 The Jamgon Kongtruls - Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye
amgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye was one of the most brillant stars in the galaxy of scholars and siddhas from Tibet, the land of snow.
Predicted by the Buddhas, he was the crown jewel in the rime (non-sectarian) movement of Buddhism in Tibet.
Lodro Thaye became learned in the ten ordinary and extraordinary branches of knowledge, and it became his responsibility to explain and compose texts, which incorporated a great number of teachings from both the old and new traditions, including the lineages of oral teachings, hidden treasures (terma), and teachings of pure vision.
www.jamgonkongtrul.org /namthar1.htm   (180 words)

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The Rinchen Terzod or “precious treasury”, was compiled by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye from many sources in order to preserve and propagate these profound teachings for the benefit of all.
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, known as Jamgon Kongtrul the Great, was a major spiritual force in late nineteenth century Tibet.
This was sponsored by the new Rumtek Vajrasattva Thondup Society, which was founded this year by His Eminence Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche and His Eminence Gyaltsab Rinpoche for the purpose of purifying obstacles to His Holiness rebirth and well being, and it will be continued annually for years to come.
www.sherabling.org /news/march84.doc   (2819 words)

 Encyclopedia: Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Venerable Dzigar Kongtrul Rinpoche was recognized as an incarnation of Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye.
He moved to the United States in 1989 with his family and began a five-year tenure as a professor of Buddhist philosophy at Naropa University (then Institute) in 1990.
The Jamgon Kongtruls..line of incarnate Lamas begins with Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye in the 19th century.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Dzigar-Kongtrul-Rinpoche   (301 words)

 Karmapa is receiving important Tantra initiations
Kongtrul was in fact a lower ranking lama in Situ’s own Palpung Monastery.
Situ had Kongtrul expelled from his monastery and gave specific orders that none were to receive teachings from him.
Since Kongtrul could no longer spread the Marpa Tantras among the Kagyus, he requested a great lama of the Sakya school, Jamyang Loter Wangpo to hold the complete Marpa Tantra transmissions and he predicted that in the future they would be returned to the Kagyupa tradition.
www.karmapa.org /karmapa_org_redesign/news/news_june_1.htm   (706 words)

 The Golden Kagyu Garland
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (1813-1899) was born in the village of Rangyab in Derge province, in east Tibet.
Recognised and enthroned by the ninth Kyabgon Drukchen, Khakyab Dorje was given the Kagyu teachings by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye.
The second Jamgon Kontrul, Palden Kyentse Oser (1904-1953) was a son of the fifteenth Karmapa, born at Tsurphu monastery.
www.karmapa.com /history/garland.htm   (6610 words)

Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche IV The Discovery and Recognition of H.E. the Fourth Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche
The Second Jamgon Kongtrul, Palden Khyentse Oser (1902 - 1952), was the son and the main disciple of the Fifteenth Karmapa, Gyalwang Khakhyab Dorje.
On August 19th, 1996, the Fourth Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche took his seat as Chief Abbot of the monasteries and retreat centers of the Third Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche before all of the members of the Jamgon Kongtrul Labrang, many honored guests, devoted students and friends.
www.bodhionline.org /jamgon_kongtrul_iv.html   (1192 words)

 Snow Lion Publications: Appeals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Fortunately, he met a companion pilgrim who led him to the famous Palpung retreat center founded by Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, one of the great masters of the 19th century in Tibet.
At the center, he met an old physician who was a student of Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye.
The fourth Pora Rinpoche had studied and was a close disciple of Jamgon Lodro Thyaye at Palpung Retreat Center.
www.snowlionpub.com /pages/appeals30.php   (510 words)

 Jamgön Kongtrül
Jamgon Lodro Thaye is considered an emanation of the great translator Vairotsana who, in turn, was regarded as an emanation of Buddha Vairochana.
Jamgon Kongtrul was enthroned by the other two as the authentic incarnation, the conscious rebirth, of Lotsawa Vairotsana.
When Samye was under construction, Guru Rinpoche, Vimalamitra, Buddhaguhya and other great masters, along with their chief disciples such as Vairotsana and Yudra Nyingpo, all helped the teachings of the Buddha to flourish like the sun rising at dawn.
www.rangjung.com /authors/jamgon_kongtrul.htm   (620 words)

 Buddha Nature
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye and Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche and Fuchs, Rosemary
Called the 'Unassailable Lion`s Roar` this outstanding work by the great Rime master Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye presents Maitreya`s text as a background for the Vajrayana, and particularly mahamudra teachings in a way that is especially clear and easy to understand.
The book includes a translation of the Uttaratantra, which is one of the 'five treatises` said to have been dictated to Asanga by the bodhisattva Maitreya, presenting the Buddha`s definitive teachings on how we should understand the ground of enlightenment and clarifying the nature and qualities of Buddhahood.
www.wisdom-books.com /ProductDetail.asp?CatNumber=8183   (168 words)

 History of the Karmapa Incarnations
The fifteenth Karmapa, Khakyab Dorje, was born is the Tsang province in Central Tibet.
He was officially recognised at the age of six by Jamgon Kongtrol and others and was given novice ordination.
The sixteenth Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje, was born at Denkhok in Derge province in East Tibet.
www.karmapa.org.nz /lineage/karmapa.html   (2968 words)

 Namse Bangdzo Bookstore
In addition to its inspirational value, kongtrul's story is a rich source of information on the religion, culture, and political climate of Tibet during his times.
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye (1813-99) was one of the most outstanding writers and teachers of his time.
Kongtrul provides clear and concise instructions for practicing the techniques of mind training, with an emphasis on meeting the ordinary situations of life, employing intelligence and compassion under all circumstances.
www.namsebangdzo.com /category_s/2405.htm   (843 words)

 The 15th Karmapa - the Karmapa website
Born with the very auspicious circle of hair between the eyebrows (found on the young Sakyamuni and known as one of the 32 marks of an enlightened being), Khakyab Dorje spoke the mantra of Avalokiteshvara at his birth in Sheikor village of the Tsang province in central Tibet.
He was recognized and enthroned by the Kyabgon Drukchen, Migyur Wanggi Gyalpo along with Jamgon Kongtrul, Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, Terchen Chokgyur Lingpa, and Pawo Tsuklak Nyinchey.
At the age of twelve, he was recognized as the second incarnation of Jamgon Kongtrul Lodrö Thaye and enthroned at Tsurphu by the 15th Karmapa.
www.kagyuoffice.org /kagyulineage.karmapa15.html   (514 words)

 The 14th Karmapa - the Karmapa website
This exchange was particularly intense between the Kagyu and Nyingma traditions, with the Karmapa passing on teachings to Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche.
Jamgon Kongtrul the Great, Lodrö Thaye, was born in the village of Rong-gyap in Derge, in east Tibet.
Lodrö Thaye co-founded the non-sectarian movement in Tibet with the Great Khyentse in 19th century.
www.kagyuoffice.org /kagyulineage.karmapa14.html   (539 words)

 Autobiography of Jamgon Kongtrul
A translation of the autobiography of Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye, one of the most influential Tibetan teachers and scholars, and proponent of the Rimey nonsectarian movement.
Jamgon Kongtrul (1813-1900) was also a prolific writer and this book includes two additional texts: one, authored by Kongtrul himself, discusses the past masters of whom he was considered to be an emanation; the second was written by one of his close personal students and recounts Kongtrul's final days and funeral rites.
This is the autobiography of a yogi who studied, practiced, and found the essence of each and every spiritual path in Tibet." Ringu Tulku.
www.wisdom-books.com /ProductDetail.asp?CatNumber=11014   (228 words)

 The Dzogchen Lineage of Nyoshul Khenpo
There are said to be five great kingly tertons, one hundred major tertons, and one thousand minor tertons, though one should understand that the actual number of tertons is countless and the number of termas, like the tantras, is inconceivable.
Thus he was able to preserve and transmit all the lineages in a totally nonsectarian manner, sparking -- along with Jamgon Kongteul and Chogyur Lingpa -- the Rimé renaissance in East Tibet during the last century.
Khenpo Rinpoche said that there are extant biographies of almost all the lineage masters, written either by the masters themselves or close disciples, with the notable exception of three: Orgyan Rabjam Chodrak, Orgyan Rabjam Palgon (Sri Natha, Jigme Lingpa's Nyingthig guru and a disciple of Orgyan Rabjam Chodrak), and Nyoshul Lungtok Tenpai Nyima.
www.dzogchen.org /library/bios/dzogchen-lineage.htm   (10043 words)

 The Autobiography of Jamgon Kongtrul: A Gem of Many Colors — Translated and Edited by Richard Barron - Samadhi Cushions
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (1813-1900) was one of the most influential figures and prolific writers in the Tibetan Buddhist world.
Also included in this autobiography are two additional texts: one, authored by Kongtrul himself, discusses the past masters of whom he was considered to be an emanation; the second was written by one of Kongtrul’s close personal students and recounts Kongtrul’s final days, his funeral, and the commemorative rites following his passing.
Taken together, these three texts place Kongtrul firmly within an historical context as one of the most important figures in the history of Tibetan Buddhism.
www.samadhicushions.com /S-3799.html   (292 words)

 Dharmakirti College 2005 Teachings: Nangchen Thraril Choejor Rinpoche
By listening and reflecting as much as he could, he attained mastery over exposition, debate and composition as well as gaining realization of the two stages of development and completion.
Following a dream, Jamgon Natsok Rangdrol believed that the young boy was an emanation of Rigzin Jatson Nyingpo and Jamyang Khyentse Wanpo agreed.
From the teachings of Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche and H.H. 14th Dalai Lama, Kyabje Trulshik Rinpoche, Jamgon Tai Situ Rinpoche, Nangchen Adeu Rinpoche, Khenchen Tsultrim Gyatso, Ngaktrin Chogtul and many other eminent masters he received empowerments, guidance and pith instructions in the traditions of the old and new schools.
www.dharmakirti.org /teaching_Choejor_Rinpoche.htm   (1261 words)

 Listmania! A primer on Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Jamgön Kongtrul the Great's commentary on Padmasambhava's precious pith instructions on the practice of the development stage of tantric practice.
This book contains the Sutra in which Jamgön Kongtrul's birth was predicted by the Buddha, as well as his Song of experience in Mahamudra.
The Third Jamgon Kongtrul's commentary on the famous "vajra song" of the First Jamgon Kongtrul.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/3L5VR7X64C2X8   (592 words)

 Buddha Bok & Bilde   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
A commentary by Jamgon Kongtrul the Great on the `Gradual Path of the Wisdom Essence', a record of the oral teachings of Padmasambhava as recorded by his chief female disciple Yeshe Tsogyal.
It begins with the nature of the ground, the Buddha nature present in all beings, continues with the teachings common to all vehicles, and concludes with the Mahayana and the link to the Vajrayana.
"The root text of Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo and its commentary by Kongtrul Rinpoche, the great translator in person, form together a complete scripture that embodies all the tantras, statements and instructions of the Nyingma school, which is most rare to find in the past, present, or future."Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
www.buddhabokogbilde.no /html_publication_items?items_id=32578   (174 words)

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