Ayang Rinpoche

Ayang Rinpoche is also the founder of two monasteries, in cluding Thupten Shedup Janchub Ling at Bylakupee, Chogyab, and Ayang Tulku, Ayang being the name of a 435-year-old monastery in Kham (eastern Tibet) which is a branch of the Drikung main monastery.Perhaps no Tibetan lama is more identified with the transmission of Phowa to the West than His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Ayang Rinpoche's letter to Japan

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Bodhgaya Phowa 2012 in Bodhgaya

The Annual Bodhgaya Phowa course which is from January 14 to 23' 2012

Friday, April 8, 2011

Nine methods of bringing the mind to rest

Hi everyone!

We have upload an e-book on our website called "Nine methods of bringing the mind to rest".  Please ckeck that out on our Lecture section.  or click here directly to read.

Guru Rinpoche Mantra Accumulation

Dear friends,

The Annual Drubchoe at Ayang Rinpoche's monasteries in South India begins April 18. Rinpoche requests that all the Buddhist practitioners and monasteries in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and those associated with Amitabha Foundation world-wide, contribute to this practice and send us (NY@amitabhafoundation.us) their recitations of the Guru Rinpoche mantra to accumulate the 1 billion total.  Some people have already begun to send in their mantra accumulations, but please wait to accumulate until the beginning of the Drubchoe. Mantras may be accumulated and sent in between April 18 and the end of the Drubchoe, approximately 10-15 days later.

This year the prayers are dedicated especially to the people of Japan and to all of humanity, that there may be world peace, that all beings may live in harmony, and that the environment of our mother the earth may be protected from destruction.

The Guru Rinpoche (Vajra Guru) mantra is OM AH HUNG BENZA GURU PEMA SIDDHI HUNG.  Here is an explanation of the meaning of the mantra.

Listen to Ayang Rinpoche chant the Vajra Guru mantra.
To help support the 2011 Guru Rinpoche Drubchoe prayers: