Event : Vajrakilaya Empowerment by Chene Lhundup Rinpoche
Date : July 17
Time : 1500-1800
Venue : Mangadhvaga Lodge, Level 3, 4B, Lorong 7, Geylang
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Chene Lhundup Rinpoche was born in 1932 at Minphel Khang Tsheldang Central Bhutan He studied and practiced under the late Holiness Penlop Khen Rinpoche
and Eminence Geshe Pema Thinley Rinpoche His father the great Yogi Drupchu Dorji was a long time follower of the great lama Togden Sacha Sherig from Tibet Because of his pure mind, inner dedication and devotion towards his master he was the only one to recieve a most sacred Phurba a hidden treasure of Guru Rimpoche
discovered by a terton The Phurba has been the sole relic in Rinpoche's community and has cured many people from hazardous diseases One of Rinpoche's main practice is Vajrakilaya and he is highly adept in a vast repertire of sacred skills and methods as was predicted by Holiness Penlop Khen Rinpoche and Eminence Geshe Pema Thinley Rinpoche Ocvercoming many hardships he bulit Tsheldang Gompa
in 1970 and Urgyen Choling Monastery to preserve and transmit Buddhist teachings
Chene Lhundup Rinpoche was bestowed many karma and terma teachings by the late Holiness Dudjom and Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in all 4 Vajrayana traditions
Chene Lhundrup Rimpoche was a great luminary of Tibetan Buddhism. One of his principle teachers, Polop Khen Rimpoche (1898-1967), prophesied and encouraged him to spread world peace through Stupa building all over the Country.
As a symbol of his wish to fulfill his teacher’s prophecy, Chene Lhundrup Rimpoche himself traveled throughout many places and built more than thirty stupas all over Bhutan as of now. The vision of Chene lhendup could not met without a stupa in his own Monastery. Financial constraint was the only key factor that kept him behind so long. Now with the help of Khenpo Rigzin Wanghcuk ( the newly appointed khenpo in Orgyen Chholing Monastery, Rimpoche and khenpo Rigzin Wangchuk are in the process and plans of coming up with the Parinirvana Stupa for his last wish to fulfill his root teacher and all mother sentient beings near the main temple in Tsheldang, Bhutan. The stupa is particularly good for overcoming the obstacles for all one to nine moles according to Chinese and Tibetan astrology.
As Late H.H Polop Khen Rimpoche he wrote, "Within the stupa, the blessings of the teacher remain unchanging. The Buddha said whoever sees the sight of it, feels the breeze near it will be liberated by its touch, and hears the tinkling of the small bells around it, would be liberated by the sound. Having seen a stupa, by reflecting in one’s experience of it, one is liberated by recollection. May these stupas become a supreme object of offering, liberating whoever sees, touches and remember".
There are eight different types of stupas that have been built according to Lord Buddha activities.
1. The Lotus Blossom Stupa at Lumbini,Nepal.
2. The Enlightenment Stupa at Bodhgaya,India.
3. The Stupa Of Turning Wheel Of Dharma at Varanasi,India.
4. The Stupa of the Descent From a Heavenly Realm at Shankasya,India.
5. The Great Miracle Stupa at Sravasti, India.
6. The Stupa of Reuniting the Sangha at Rajagriha, India.
7. All-Victorious Stupa at Vaishali, India.
8. The Parinirvana Stupa at Kushinagar, India.
The construction of this the Parinirvana stupa in Orgyen Choeling Monastery is a spiritual task dedicated to world peace. It measures 25 feet high and 12-feet width. The stupa will be made with hand-placed stone blocks with concrete from outside. Stone carvings adorn the bumpa vase in the center. Rimpoche himself, a specialist in stupa making, and the entire members of Orgyen Chholing Monastery and khenpo Rigzin Wangchuk
Read more at : http://rigzin.org/post/Stupa-Project
Chene Lhendrup Rimpoche has long held plans to build a retreat centre The centre will be constructed in an isolated area four hours walk from Orgyen Choling Monastery, at Lingtang. The retreat centre will be called Orgyen Kunzang Shedrup Choling. The practices of the Longchen and Pema Lingpa lineage will be lead by Rimpoche in the traditional three year, three month, three day retreat. Currently there is no retreat centre in the vicinity, therefore all monks must leave their monastery and teacher and go to another district.
Read more at : http://rigzin.org/post/Retreat-Centre
Orgyen Choling Monastery, PO Box Kheng Tsheldang, Nangkhor, Zhemgagng, Bhutan
Website : http://rigzin.org
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