lisehull wrote:He decided not to become a celibate monk when he came out of his three year retreat.
smcj wrote:E-mail from Lama Palden of Sukhasiddhi Foundation:
Dear Spiritual Friends,
I am writing to you from Taragrah ("Tara's home"), the hotel we are staying at that is near Sherab Ling, Situ Rinpoche's monastery and nunnery. We saw Rinpoche yesterday and were fortunate to have a long, joyful conversation with him. We are meant to see him again tomorrow.
The reason I'm writing is to let you all know that Kalu Rinpoche got married last Friday in Kathmandu.
He has been courting his now wife for over a year and in the photos of him, as you will see, he looks so happy. She is called Mingyur, but I don't know her full name. Her father is Chokling Tersar Rinpoche, the second son of Urgyen Tulku. His elder brother is Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche and his younger brothers are Tsok Nyi and Mingyur Rinpoches. Her brothers are Phakchok Rinpoche and the Yantsi tulku Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.
Our beloved Kalu Rinpoche has been building a house for them near one of his monasteries in India.
We wish them profound happiness, love and for their activity for sentient beings to flourish!
all my love,
narraboth wrote:The topic is Kalu Rinpoche's marriage, so I guess we are quite on the topic...
conebeckham wrote:It's on Facebook......frankly, I think that's where it should stay, IMO. I'm not interested in discussing it here. (or on FB, for that matter!). But whatever. If others want to discuss, within the bounds of our TOS, have at it.
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