HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in Poland - 25 June - 8 July 2013

HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in Poland - 25 June - 8 July 2013

Postby Tanaduk » Wed Feb 27, 2013 3:01 pm

Summer seminar with HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in Poland (25 June - 8 July 2013)

25 June to 5 July - Chik She Kun Drol
25 June to 5 July - Commentary on Shantideva's Bodhisattvacharyavatara
Chik She Kun Drol is a series of forty-four empowerments of peaceful and wrathful deities, collected by the 9th Karmapa Wangchuk Dorje. The name itself, Chik She Kun Drol, means "Understand one - everything is liberated." It means that doing one practice maintains pure relationship with all others. Rinpoche will give a complete transmission including the empowerments, brief instructions to the practices and lung.
Receiving such deep Vajrayana transmissions involves certain commitments.
Everyone who will take part in the empowerments, should every day, until the rest of their lives.
Read more about seminar.

List of empowerments in the Chik She Kun Drol collection:

Peaceful Deities
1. Dolkar, White Tara [sgrol dkar]
2. White Tara in the tradition of the Sixth Karmapa Thongwa Donden [sgrol ma dkar mo rje don ldan zhabs kyi bzhed pa]
3. Green Tara from Acacia Forest, from the tradition of Nagarjuna, yidam of the first Karmapa [seng ldeng nags kyi sgrol ma]
4. Tara Who Shakes the World, from originated by Chandragomin tradition of “One Hundred Taras” [slob dpon candra go mi’i lugs kyi sgrol ma brgya rsta nas ‘jig rten gsum g.yo bar byed pa’i sgrol ma]
5. Kurukulle [ ku ru kulle]
6. Auspicious Tara Who Accomplishes Tasks, from “Hundred sadhanas” [byung bai bkra shis don ‘grub par byed pa’i sgrol ma]
7. Great Mother, Prajnaparamita [yum chen sher phyin ma]
8. Tsuktor Nampargyalma [sanskr. Ushnisha Vijayi, tib. gtsug tor rnam par rgyal ma], one of the 3 deities of longevity, along with with Dolkar and Tsepakme
9. Tsuktor Duk Karmo, Uṣhniṣha White Umbrella [sanskr. Ushnisha Sitatapatra, tib. gtsug tor gdug dkar mo]
10. Blazing Ushnisha [gtsug tor ‘bar ba]
11. Five Awareness Queens, mandala of Female Buddhas of five families [rig pa’i royal mo lnga]
12. Ritro Loma Chen, [sanskr. Parna Shiavari, tib. ri khrod lo ma can]
13. Phagma Ozer Chen [sanskr. Marici, tib. ‘phags ma ‘od zer can]
14. Gyaltsen Tsemo, [sanskr. Dhvaja Grakeyura, tib. rgyal mtshan rtse mo]
15. Lhamo Yangchenma, consort of Manjushri, [sanskr. Sarasvati, tib. lha mo dbyangs can ma dkar mo]
16. Jamyang Marser, Orange Manjushri with female retinue [‘jam dbyangs dmar ser yab yum]
17. Jamyang Karpo, White Manjushri [‘jam dbyangs dkar po]
18. Jamyang Tsenje, Manjushri Nama Samgiti [‘jam dbyangs mtshan yang dag par brjod pa]
19. Jampal Maseng, Manjushri Lion of Speech [‘jam dpal smra seng]
20. Jampal Arapatsa, Manjurshri Arapatsa [‘jam dpal arapatsa]
21. Jampal Senge Dra, Lion’s Roar Manjurshri [‘jam dpal seng ge sgra]
22. Tsepame, [sanskr. Amitayus, tib. mgon po tshe dpag med]
23. Chenrezik Jikten Wangpo, [sanskr. Lokeshvara, tib. ‘jig rten dbang po]
24. Phakpa Jampa, [sanskr. Arja Majtreja, tib. ‘phags pa byams pa]


Wrathful Deities
1. Chakna Dorje Tumpo, Fierce Vajrapani [sanskr. Canda Vajrapani, tib. phyag rdor gtum po]
2. Phakpa Chakna Dorje, Noble Vajrapani [sanskr. Vajrapani, tib. ‘phags pa phyag na rdo rje]
3. Chakdor Jungdul, Vajrapani Subduer of Spirits [phyag dor ‘byung ‘dul]
4. Dorje Namjomma [sanskr. Vajravidarani, tib. rdo rje rnam ‘joms]
5. Dorje Namjomma Karpo, White Vajravidarani [rdo rje rnam ‘joms dkar po]
6. Miyowa Karpo, White Achala [mi g.yo ba dkar po]
7. Tumche Miyowa Ngonpo, Blue Great Fierce Achala [gtum chen mi g.yo ba sngon po]
8. Trowo Metseg, Wrathful Bhurkumkuta [khro bo sme brtsegs]
9. Trowo Metseg Jangnak, Dark-Green Wrathful Bhurkumkuṭa [khro bo sme brtsegs ljang nag]
10. Tobpo Che, Mahabala [stobs po che]
11. Trowo Dutsi Khyilwa, Wrathful Amrita Kundalin [khro bo dud rtsi ‘khyil ba]
12. Gek Tharje [bgegs mthar byed]
13. Tamdin Marpo Lha Nga, Five Deities of Red Hayagriva, Yidam of the First Karmapa [rje dus gsum mkhyen pa’i thugs dam rta mgrin dmar po lha lnga]
14. Tamdin Nakpo, Black Hayagriva [rta mgrin nag po]
15. Tamdin Marpo, Red Hayagriva [rta mgrin dmar po]
16. Tamdin Sang Drub, Secret sadhana of Hayagriva from the Kyergangpa’s tradition [rta mgrin gsang sgrub skyer sgang gi lugs]
17. Tamdin Nakpo Chak Ralchen, Iron-Hair Black Hayagriva [rta marin nag po lcags ral can]
18. Shinje She Nakpo, Black Yamantaka, [gshin rje gshed nag po]
19. Shinje She Marpo, Red Yamantaka [gshin rje gshed dmar]
20. Seng Dongma, Lion-Faced Dakini [sanskr. Simhamukha, tib. seng gdong ma]

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Re: HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in Poland - 25 June - 8 July 2

Postby Tanaduk » Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:12 pm

Due to several reasons His Eminence Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche has to postpone his journey to Europe for about 2 month.

For that reason the 44 empowerments of Chik She Kun Drol, as well as the 4th Kagyu Monlam in Poland and the beginning of the 3-year retreat will be scheduled in the second part of August. Rinpoche's new travel agenda will be announced soon.

We apologize for your inconvenience.

However in the new situation Venerable Sangter Tulku Rinpoche has agreed to adjust his program so that at the time of formerly scheduled seminar he will provide for 2 weeks a cycle of teachings, empowerments and practises.

So the seminar with Sangter Tulku Rinpoche will take place from 23 June to 7 July and the cycle of empowerments and Kagyu Monlam with HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche will take place in the second part of August. Sangter Rinpoche will be present at the centre during the second seminar as well.

Details of both seminars we will provide as soon as possible.
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Re: HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche in Poland - 25 June - 8 July 2

Postby Tanaduk » Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:13 pm

13 - 23 August

13 - 23 August - Chik She Kun Drol
13 - 23 August - Commentary on Shantideva's Bodhisattvacharyavatara
24 - 26 August - Fourth Kagyu Monlam Poland

REGISTRATION
Due to organizational reasons please register as early as possible, by 30 July at the very latest.
Registration can be completed using the form or by phone: +48 663 136 204 or +48 22 211 37 51 (every day except for Mondays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., a break between 1 - 2 p.m.).

Registration form /polish, english/
http://buddyzm.eu/index.php/en/formularz-zgloszeniowy

Chik She Kun Drol is a series of forty-four empowerments of peaceful and wrathful deities, collected by the 9th Karmapa Wangchuk Dorje. The name itself, Chik She Kun Drol, means "Understand one - everything is liberated." It means that doing one practice maintains pure relationship with all others. Rinpoche will give a complete transmission including the empowerments, brief instructions to the practices and lung.
Receiving such deep Vajrayana transmissions involves certain commitments. Everyone who will take part in the empowerments, should every day, until the rest of their lives, repeat one of the practices included in this collection.
More info /english/:
http://buddyzm.eu/index.php/en/seminari ... rpnia-2013
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