mgrissom wrote:We've lost too many great Nyingma masters of late. May he return to us soon.
Karma Jinpa wrote:No news yet on the scheduled events regarding when he will exit thukdam, what exactly will be done with his kudung, and which practices his students will be asked to accumulate. If I hear anything, I'll update everyone here.
Karma N. Gyamtso wrote:Karma Jimpa, nice to see your post's about this great Master..i was lucky to meet him,and stays in his monastery, in his field of power for few months..he was,extraordinary indeep, so modest but when you was meeting him,you knew it,its just the coverof smthng extraordinary....... i was in Nepal,just few days after he went to Delhi hospital... well.. this kind of level Bodhisattvas, works in misteriouse ways...his son, and spiritual hair, minde,body and speach son, H.E. Sangtrul Rinpoche, is now holder of Neydo tradition, mostly staying in Kathmandu.. same minde,same energy as H.H. Karma Chagme..great Lama,nice person..well, all instructions and transmisions he haves from H.H. Karma Chagme..so still you can receive it in Nepal or maybe at Orissa.. did you have read "THE QUINTESENCE OF THE UNION OF MAHAMUDRA AND DZOKCHEN" ?
Karma Jinpa wrote:
I'm very glad to hear you were fortunate enough to spend time with such an extraordinary, noble being. May we all be so fortunate, rejoicing in your merit in the meantime!
I have many of Karma Chagme's texts, including 3 alternate translations of UM&D by Gyatrul Rinpoche, Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, and Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, but not that particular one done by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche. It's next on my list, right after I finish Torch of Certainty and Chö: Garden of All Joy & Generosity of the Body. I absolutely love Rinpoche's commentaries on Chagme's works. Have the first 2 volumes of Mountain Dharma, and find them to be indispensable.
Karma Chakme Rinpoche, the head of the Neydo Kagyu lineage, was also one of the most senior lamas of the Karma Kamtsang lineage. He had great humility and was interested only in the Dharma. Thus I am deeply sorrowed that he has recently passed away, and I would like to offer my condolences to his family members, his monasteries and followers. The Chakme Ladrang has asked me to recognize his reincarnation, so I shall do all I can in that regard.
At this time, there is no need to worry: the lama’s mind is never separate from the students, so you should recall the lama’s qualities and practice as best you can. This is most important.
Karma Jinpa wrote:While it's not official, I've heard from a few students and other reliable sources that practicing the Namchö guru yoga, accumulating Vajrasattva, and reciting Calling the Lama from Afar would all be beneficial.
Karma Jinpa wrote:Glyn, do you mind if I ask where you're info is coming from?
Within the sky-expanse, the Compassion of Amitabha,
rises the sun-mandala, powerful Avalokiteshvara,
Radiating Light of Padmasambhava's mind,
to completely dispel the dark ignorance of beings.
At the feet of Nedo Karma Chagmed, we pay homage.
Unequalled Guru adorned with the letter ཨ,
although you never departed, show again quickly
your compassionate magnificent embodiment
for the sake of all.
These words came naturally to my mind as a prayer to RInpoche, whom I was blessed to meet in Parping, some 32 years ago.
Glyn wrote:I have friends currently at Neydo.
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