The Spiritual Lineage

The Spiritual Lineage

Overview March 23, 2016 28 12,569

Tracing the lineage between Guru and disciple is an important aspect of the Buddhist teachings as blessings descend from the lineage masters to the practitioner. What follows is a brief summary of the close lineage of Dorje Shugden’s practice.

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Download: Music Delighting the Ocean of Protectors

Music Delighting the Ocean of Protectors, composed by Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche, is a commentary based on Kyabje Dagpo Rinpoche’s praise to Dorje Shugden and makes the complete knowledge of Dorje Shugden’s history and practice easily and readily available to practitioners.

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How to Rely upon Dorje Shugden

Relying on a Dharma Protector is an essential and beneficial practice within Vajrayana Buddhism. There are two ways to rely upon Dorje Shugden: in thought and in deed.

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His Holiness Kyabje Pabongka Rinpoche

The great master Pabongka Rinpoche was the pivotal lineage holder of the Oral Gaden Tradition in the 20th Century. It was his particular merit to locate and find all these partial transmissions, to learn and realise them, and bring them together once again to pass them.

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Praise of Dorje Shugden’s Origins

Composed by Kyabje Dagpo Dorje Chang, this prayer recounts the origins and previous lives of Dorje Shugden, beginning with Manjushri. It describes in detail how Dorje Shugden took rebirth as various enlightened masters before arising as the Protector Dorje Shugden.

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His Eminence Dagpo Rinpoche

His Eminence Dagpo Rinpoche

Lamas October 4, 2015 4 961

Born in 1932 in the region of Kongpo in south-eastern Tibet, His Eminence Dagpo Rinpoche, also known as Bamchoe Rinpoche was recognised by His Holiness the 13th Dalai Lama as the reincarnation of Dagpo Lama Jampel Lhundrup at the age of two.

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His Eminence Gyumed Kensur Rinpoche Sonam Gyaltsen

His Eminence Gyumed Kensur Rinpoche Sonam Gyaltsen, better known in monastic circles as Gen Tati, was born on 13 March 1926 to a family of nomads in the region of Atsa, Tibet.

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