(Re)visiting an Extraordinary Life: The Tsem Tulku Biography Group in the USA

15 November 2010 - 10:45pm Comments Off

Did you think that the neighbourhood kid you hung out with could now be a high Buddhist Lama? Or that his unusual love for Buddhas could manifest in his wish to now build a 118 feet statue in the region’s largest spiritual centre?

In October 2010, a group of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche’s students traveled to the United States to conduct interviews and research for Rinpoche’s biography. The 3 weeks of interviews with relatives, Dharma brothers and sisters, and childhood friends showed to us more strongly than ever Rinpoche’s own extraordinary qualities, strength, courage and incredible lifelong compassion. Here is a snapshot of some of the most memorable interviews and what people remember about this very special young boy from 30 years ago…

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5 Responses to TSONGKHAPA explained by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche (1 of 2)

  1. Is Naga vases the same meaning with Wealth vase?

    • The naga vase is a type of wealth vase. There are a number of types of wealth vases, some contain the energy of enlightened wealth deities, others do not. It is best to be careful with Naga Vases because if they are not cared for properly, the owners may experience negative side effects. In Kechara, we only offer the Wealth Vases of Enlightened Beings to be invited home.

      More information can be found in Rinpoche’s teaching on Naga Vases (http://www.kechara.com/rinpoche/video/teachings/naga-vases-dos-and-donts/)

  2. If this was the only teaching Buddhists, Christians, Jews, Muslims and athiests alike received the world would be a better place.

  3. I was talking about “Don’t Embarrass the Buddha”.