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'''Four Rivers of the Transmission''' ([[bka'i chu bo bzhi]])
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'''Yongey Mingyur Dorje''' Rinpoche (b 1976) ([[yongs dge mi 'gyur rin po che]])
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[[Image:mingyurwithflower.jpg|right]]
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Mingyur Rinpoche is a lama in the [[Kagyu]] and [[Nyingma]] schools. Rinpoche was recognized as the incarnation of the previous Mingyur Rinpoche by the [[16th Karmapa]], and as the incarnation of [[Kangyur Rinpoche]] by [[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]]. From the time he was eight, rinpoche spent most of his time in strict retreat. He first lived with his father, [[Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche]], at [[Nagi Gonpa]] in the hills above Kathmandu. In his early teens, he left for [[Sherab Ling[[, the seat of [[Tai Situ Rinpoche]], where he completed a three year retreat. After completing his this retreat, at the age of 17, Rinpoche was appointed retreat master of the monastery. He then divided his time between periods of intense meditation, including receiving the hearing lineage of [[Khenpo Ngaga]] from [[Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche]], and study at [[Dzongsar Shedra]], one of the most renowned monastic colleges outside of Tibet. Mingyur Rinpoche has been appointed by His Eminence Tai Situ Rinpoche to be the head of Tergar Monastery, which is being constructed at [[Bodh Gaya]] and is scheduled to open January, 2007.
  
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===Main teachers===
*1) [[dkyus bshad gzhung gi chu bo]] which comprises [['grel ba]], [[ṭi ka]] and [[stong thun]]  
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*[[Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche]]<br>
*2) [[snyan brgyud gdams ngag gi chu bo]], which comprises [[gnad yig]] and [[dmar khrid]]
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*[[Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche]]<br>
*3) [[byin rlabs dbang gi chu bo]], which comprises the ways to bestow the empowerment ([[bskur thabs]]) and the introduction to the nature ([[ngo sprod]]).
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*[[Trulshik Rinpoche]]
*4) [[phyag bzhes phrin las kyi chu bo]], which comprises [[bstan srung]] and [[drag sngags]].
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[MR]
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===Published Works===
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*[http://www.randomhouse.com/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=9780307346254&view=excerpt The Joy of Living. New York: Random House, 2007.]
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===Alternate Names===
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*[[Mingyur Rinpoche]]
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*[[yongs dge mi 'gyur rin po che]]
  
[[Category:Vajrayana]]
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===Websites===
[[Category:Key Terms]]
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*[http://www.mingyur.org/ Mingyur Rinpoche's official web site]
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*[http://www.palpung.org.uk/ Mingyur Rinpoche's centre in the UK]
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*[http://www.yongey.org/ Mingyur Rinpoches centre in America]
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*[http://www.rangjung.com/authors/mingyur_rinpoche.htm a short biography of Mingyur Rinpoche]
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*[http://www.sacredland.net/bodhgaya.htm Rinpoche's monastery in India]
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[[Category:Tibetan Buddhist Teachers]]
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[[Category:Kagyu Masters]]
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[[Category:Nyingma Masters]]
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[[Category:Dzogchen Masters]]

Revision as of 22:08, 25 November 2006

Yongey Mingyur Dorje Rinpoche (b 1976) (yongs dge mi 'gyur rin po che)


mingyurwithflower.jpg

Mingyur Rinpoche is a lama in the Kagyu and Nyingma schools. Rinpoche was recognized as the incarnation of the previous Mingyur Rinpoche by the 16th Karmapa, and as the incarnation of Kangyur Rinpoche by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. From the time he was eight, rinpoche spent most of his time in strict retreat. He first lived with his father, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, at Nagi Gonpa in the hills above Kathmandu. In his early teens, he left for [[Sherab Ling[[, the seat of Tai Situ Rinpoche, where he completed a three year retreat. After completing his this retreat, at the age of 17, Rinpoche was appointed retreat master of the monastery. He then divided his time between periods of intense meditation, including receiving the hearing lineage of Khenpo Ngaga from Nyoshul Khen Rinpoche, and study at Dzongsar Shedra, one of the most renowned monastic colleges outside of Tibet. Mingyur Rinpoche has been appointed by His Eminence Tai Situ Rinpoche to be the head of Tergar Monastery, which is being constructed at Bodh Gaya and is scheduled to open January, 2007.

Main teachers

Published Works

Alternate Names

Websites