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Postby sangyey » Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:57 am

Does anyone have any idea where I might be able to download a picture of Guru Rinpoche and also any stores (possibly specializing in Nyingma materials) that sells images of Guru Rinpoche, Yeshe Tsogyal, Jigme Lingpa, Nyingma Refuge Tree, etc............

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Re: Images

Postby Stewart » Wed Jul 11, 2012 12:20 pm

http://mahasiddha.org/store/index.html

ps. I have a couple of Hi Res Guru Rinpoche pictures I could email you. Also maybe a jpeg of the Longchen Nyingthig Refuge tree.
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Re: Images

Postby dakini_boi » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:47 pm

Try doing a google image search for large images (you can select this on the left of the google image search page). I have found many good, printable images this way:


http://www.google.com/search?q=guru+rin ... 31&bih=742

http://www.google.com/search?q=guru+rin ... 31&bih=742
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Postby Clarence » Wed Jul 11, 2012 6:23 pm

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Re: Images

Postby sangyey » Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:06 am

About the images you can find on the internet. Can anyone just download or do you have to have some kind of permission? I'm not really sure how that works.
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Re: Images

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Thu Jul 12, 2012 10:16 am

The images you're talking about are perfectly fine for anyone to download. Also, re: the refuge tree, are you specifically looking for the Longchen Nyingthik tree? That's what you'll find most often at Tibetan Buddhist web stores in terms of Nyingma refuge trees.There is no universal Nyingma refuge tree since Nyingma is more like a collection of lineages stemming from the different transmissions from Guru Padmasambhava to his disciples and other transmissions occurring during the early translation period, rather than being one monolithic lineage. As such, each terma cycle has its own slightly different refuge tree. Not sure about kama refuge trees.

Are you mainly practicing a specific Nyingma lineage? If so, do you mind sharing which one?
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Re: Images

Postby sangyey » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:24 am

Hi Pema Rigdzin, currently I am practicing with a Lama (Khentrul Rinpoche) from the Katog Lineage. Currently working on the Jamyang Khysentse Wangpo Ngondro.
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Re: Images

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:36 am

sangyey wrote:Hi Pema Rigdzin, currently I am practicing with a Lama (Khentrul Rinpoche) from the Katog Lineage. Currently working on the Jamyang Khysentse Wangpo Ngondro.


You mean the concise Longchen Nyingthig one he wrote? If so, you'll have no trouble at all finding the LN refuge tree online, either as google images or thangkas.
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Re: Images

Postby sangyey » Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:50 am

Yep, the first poster of this thread provided a link to a good site that has two of the Longchen Nyingtik posters available for purchase (one that is darker characteristic of the Eastern Kham style and a lighter one characteristic of the Bhutanese style).
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Re: Images

Postby sangyey » Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:57 am

Is Guru Rinpoche sometimes depicted with toes or feet curled in? I have a picture of him with his foot out but it doesn't look like he has any toes or they might be curled up.
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Re: Images

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:56 am

sangyey wrote:Is Guru Rinpoche sometimes depicted with toes or feet curled in? I have a picture of him with his foot out but it doesn't look like he has any toes or they might be curled up.


Sometimes artists depict his shoes as a kind that kinda turn up at the end. Could be either a Tibetan or maybe an Indian style of shoe he's supposed to be wearing. They kinda remind me of those Tibetan boots you sometimes see lamas wearing in footage in Tibet, or when the monks do the Cham ("lama dancing") where they have the different deity costumes on, etc.

Also, when you say you're studying with Khentrul Rinpoche, I assume you mean Khentrul Lodro Thaye?
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Re: Images

Postby sangyey » Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:57 am

Yes, Khentrul Lodroe Thaye Rinpoche.
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Re: Images

Postby Pema Rigdzin » Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:59 am

sangyey wrote:Yes, Khentrul Lodroe Thaye Rinpoche.


Ah cool. I received some teachings from him a couple times in Ashland, OR. Got a very nice impression of him.
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Re: Images

Postby pemachophel » Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:42 pm

Yes, Guru Rinpoche typically wears boots. Although this style of boot (with up-turned toe) is worn/was worn in Tibet, they are commonly referred to as "Mongolian" style boots by Tibetans.
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Postby username » Wed Jul 18, 2012 10:36 pm

The leather curly turned-up-toes boots were historically worn by many other central Asian tribes & clans (now countries: the -stans + Mongolia), most of them sandwiched between current Russia & China/Afghanistan, from the Pacific coast all the way to the west of Black Sea in Europe where Scythians were defined in truly ancient times as the tribe wearing turned-up-toes boots. Scythians are believed by some historians to have originated from nomadic Central Asian tribes all of whom were superb riders/warriors/herders on the the vast steppes' grasslands (not suitable for farming) usually raiding other tribes or fellow tribal clans in Central Asia, till Stalin.
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