Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche''' 1920-1996 (sprul sku o rgyan rin po che). A contemporary Buddhist master of the [[Kagyü]] and [[Nyingma]] lineages, who lived at [[Nagi Gompa]] hermitage in Nepal. His main transmissions were the [[Chokling Tersar]] and the [[pointing-out instruction]]. |+|
|−|Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche was born in eastern Tibet on the tenth day of the fourth Tibetan month in 1920 and passed away in Nepal on February 13, 1996. [[Khakyab Dorje]], the 15th [[Gyalwang Karmapa]] recognized him, as an incarnate lama. He studied and practiced the teachings of both the Kagyu and Nyingma orders of Tibetan Buddhism. |+|
|−|In the Nyingma tradition, Tulku Urgyen held the complete teachings of the last century’s three great masters: [[Terchen Chokgyur Lingpa]], [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]] and [[Kongtrul Lodro Thaye]]. He had an especially close transmission for the [[ Chokling Tersar]], a compilation of all the empowerments, textual authorizations and oral instructions of [[ Padmasambhava]] ’s teachings, which were rediscovered by Terchen Chokgyur Lingpa, his great-grandfather. |+|
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|−|Tulku Urgyen established several monasteries and retreat centers in Nepal. The most important ones in the Kathmandu region are at [[ Boudhanath]] , the site of the Great Stupa, at the [[Asura Cave]], where Padmasambhava manifested the Mahamudra Vidyadhara level and at the [[ Swayambhunath stupa]] . He primarily lived at the [[Nagi Gompa Hermitage]] above the Kathmandu Valley. He is the father of tulku sons, [[ Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche]], [[ Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche]] , [[Drubwang Tsoknyi Rinpoche]] and [[Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche]]. |+|
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|−|Rinpoche instructed a growing number of Dharma students in essential meditation practice. He was famed for his profound meditative realization and for the concise, lucid and humorous style with which he imparted the essence of the Buddhist teachings. His method of teaching was ' instruction through one’s own experience.' Using few words, this way of teaching pointed out the nature of mind, revealing a natural simplicity of wakefulness that enabled the student to actually touch the heart of awakened mind. |+|
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External Links== |+|
|−|[http://www. rangjung. com/authors/tulku_urgyen_rinpoche-info. htm brief biography] |+|
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|−|Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. Vajra Speech. Translated by Erik Pema Kunsang. Boudhanath: Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 2001. | |
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- 1) the first, number one in an alphabetical register, volume One in a series of books, alpha. number + ka - all # of them./ the #.
- 2) primal, basic. abbr ka nas
- 3) primordial, primeval, original. syn: ye
- 4) pillar. See ka ba
- 5) the very, just, namely; fx 'grongs ka at the very moment of death.
- 6) the alphabet ;
- 7) abbr of ka dag, ka nas dag pa
- 8) indeed, surely [RY] śūnyātā
one, pillar, all, the, the very, the beginning, the root, power, all the, indeed, surely, SA ka ba, symbol of origin of reality, infinitive particle [JV]
alphabetical register, pillar, vol. KA (1, the 1st, alpha, primal, basic, primordial; KA; 1) Ming gzhi'i pho yig cig; 2) Rtags mtshungs 'dren skabs ga da ba sa ste rjes 'jug phos drangs pa'i ming gi cha shas shig ...Ga da ba sa ...Thog ka,...Dpyid ka,...Rgyal kha; 3) after numbers = all gnyis ka source, root [IW]