Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche give some teaching and practices the “Small Rigdzin” in Frankfurt, 1994. He is accompanied by Jomo Gudrun and Ugen Chencho Lama. This recording was previously available as a VHS cassette and was revised for this DVD version.
Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche shows how to do the traditional mandala offering. The mandala offering was recorded in January 1998 at the Khordong Byangter Gompa near Siliguri, the seat of Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche, in West-Bengal in India by Andreas Ruft. These … Continue reading
Jomo Gudrun shows and explains how to do the mudras of the Vidyadhara Guru Sadhana (Big Rigdzin) and the Small Rigdzin. The mudra explanations are in German only. The explanation to the mudras wer recorded 1997 in Pauenhof, Germany. These … Continue reading
Links to the Tibetan Texts in “Finding Freedom” and Teachings on them given by James Low The Dhammapada. An edition, containing versions of the text in Pali, Sanskrit and Tibetan with Hindi and English translations, was prepared by C R … Continue reading
The book consist of profound introductions and revised translations of classical and some more recent works, most of which had been first translated under the supervision of Chimed Rigdzin Rinpoche. These texts, which were very important to him, are of immense value for our practice, e.g. to deal with everyday difficulties, to recognize and include the cause-and-effect principle in our path, to recognize emotions and their cause and to cut off the illusory ego, or, in the final section, to experience and realize emptiness in its diversity through the wide all-inclusive view of Dzogchen. All texts are a deep inspiration and this collection shows the great richness of Buddhist teaching. 292 pages, 1 colour picture, hardcover, approx. 600g, 30 €, forthcoming at 4th of August 2019, ISBN: 978-3-942380-27-0 Continue reading
Corrigendum for: The Path of Secret Mantra Teachings of the Northern Treasures Five Nails Pema Tinley’s guide to vajrayāna practice translation and oral transmission by Khenpo Chowang edited by Martin Boord (Rig-‘dzin rdo-rje) CORRIGENDUM Since the first edition of … Continue reading