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This video features some of the most renowned and accomplished Tibetan Buddhist masters in the world, all of whom propitiate Dorje Shugden as their... Top 12 Dorje Shugden Lamas in the World

This video features some of the most renowned and accomplished Tibetan Buddhist masters in the world, all of whom propitiate Dorje Shugden as their Dharma Protector. These lineage masters have had great achievements and through their holy actions, they have benefited countless living beings. If these Lamas, who are of the highest calibre, have entrusted their lives to Dorje Shugden, then we too can do so with full confidence and faith.

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  • Stella Cheang

    Posted on August 16, 2016 #1 Author

    It is heartwarming to see extremely renowned lamas of Tibetan Buddhism who had relied on Dorje Shugden in their past life have now taken precious human rebirth to continue the work of past life in spreading Buddha’s Dharma to the 10 directions. It is a therefore a solid living proof that Dorje Shugden is not harmful or demonic as claimed by some.

    As a Buddhist, the refuge vow will be annulled should they propitiate or rely on a demon. The refuge vow is the foundation of the rest of the vows; e.g. monks vow and etc. Hence, once the refuge vow is annulled, the person is no longer a Buddhist. So, logically, the Buddhist teachings given by a non-Buddhist cannot be considered as valid or authentic?

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  • Stella Cheang

    Posted on August 23, 2016 #2 Author

    Thank you for sharing this compilation of Top 12 Dorje Shugden lamas in the world with us. These lamas had done so much and had tirelessly spread Buddha’s Dharma in the 10 directions. And many of these erudite masters, out of compassion, took rebirth returning here to continue their work in spreading dharma. They serve as the guiding light in this degenerated age to many sentient beings. Just like our Guru, His Eminence the 25th Tsem Tulku Rinpoche, who dedicate his entire life to spread Buddha’s Dharma and to help others, regardless of race & creed, he is the pillar to many of us who are lost in this samsaric existence. We must always cherish and treasure our Guru and the lamas who work tirelessly for others.

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