19 Sep 2019, 9am
19 Sep 2019, 10am
The Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism is home to Buddhist teachings known as the ‘Treasure Tradition’. These comprises mostly of spiritual instructions (‘Termas’) concealed throughout the land of Tibet. The ‘Terton’ or Treasurer-revealer are persons who act as a medium for the discovery of these Termas at at predestined time when their message will invigorate the Buddhist teachings and deepen spiritual understanding.
The earliest occurrence of the term ‘Mind-Treasure’ appears to stem from the 14th century works of Longchenpa (in particular his Innermost Essence of the Dakini) and Orgyen Lingpa (in his famous Chronicle of Padmasambhava).
His Eminence Kyabje Terton Namkha Drime Rabjam Rinpoche is one of the few living Tertons who revealed various mind-treasure teachings. Rinpoche is currently the Supreme Head of the Ripa Lineage of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism and holder of the Tagsham lineage.
Rinpoche’s teachings are characterized by the cycle of ‘Rig-Sum-Nor-Bue-Gong-Dzod’ – the ‘Jeweled Treasure Thought of the Three Families’ including the practices of the ‘Three Roots.’ Guru Practices comprise the peaceful and wrathful aspects of Guru Rinpoche’s abridged, medium, and extensive Sadhanas and Droje Drolo’s Cycle of teachings. The ‘Meditation Deity’ or Yidam Practices consist of Vajrasattva and Vajrakilaya’s Cycle of teachings.
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