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, March 26, 2013

Nepal Monastery consecration day

Dear all,

Thank you for your donation to the Nepal Monastery consecration day.

We will wire all the donations money to Nepal Monastery bank account  on Mar 28th ( Thursday).

Who wants make more donations to the Nepal Monastery before we wire the money out on Thursday, please contact Priscilla at 604 377 2311.

Thank you for your kind attention.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Ayang Rinpoche’s 2013 Teaching Schedule in North America

We are happy to announce the schedule for His Eminence Choje Ayang Rinpoche's 2013 teachings in North America. The daily schedules are still being confirmed and will be available on the website as soon as they are available. Please check back for updates and contact information for the individual retreat.  We hope you will be able to attend one of these precious teachings and empowerments.

Ayang Rinpoche’s 2013 Teaching Schedule in North America

PHOWA COURSE: His Eminence Chöje Ayang Rinpoche is the world’s most highly regarded Master of Phowa, the transference of consciousness at the time of death. Rinpoche refers to training in Phowa as ”the Tibetan Buddhist way of fearless living, dying and liberation”.  Read more about Ayang Rinpoche and Phowa here.

BUDDHA AMITABHA 10 LEVELS MEDITATION TEACHING: This teaching also comes from the Namchö (Space Dharma) tradition of Mingyur Dorje. These teachings encompass the complete path of Buddhist meditation practice, including calm abiding (shamata), the development stage of visualizing oneself as a deity surrounded by the Pure Land of Amitabha, the completion stage of resting in the True Nature of Mind (rigpa), and the union of development and completion stages together. Included are teachings on Dream Yoga and Clear Light Yoga, both components of the Six Yogas of Naropa.

INTRODUCTION TO THE TRUE NATURE OF MIND: In these “pointing out” instructions, Rinpoche directly introduces practitioners to their Buddha Nature, pure awareness or rigpa.  Through this introduction and subsequent practice, one can calm, focus and direct the mind beyond ordinary thoughts and emotions. Rinpoche requires a personal interview before accepting students for this teaching.

VAJRASATTVA DRUPCHOE: The practice of Vajrasattva, and the recitation of Vajrasattva’s 100-syllable mantra, are common to all Tibetan Buddhist lineages, and are an essential component of the preliminary practices, or Ngondro, and all other development stage practices in Vajrayana. Vajrasattva practice is extraordinarily rich and beautiful, containing highly effective methods to heal ourselves and others and to purify negative karma. “Drupchoe” is literally an offering in the form of practice.