Guru Yoga empowerment for Padmasambhava

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Mnbair
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Guru Yoga empowerment for Padmasambhava

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Hi everyone, I hope your doing well. I don't know if this topic is typed in the correct forum. I wanted to ask if anyone knows of Guru Yoga empowerment, puja, etc that's being offered any time in the near future online? Thanks in advance 🙏🏻
namoh
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Garchen Rinpoche will be giving the Tsewang Dzinpa empowerment later this month online, and that’s very definitely a wrathful guru practice.
www.garchen.net
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namoh wrote: Mon Dec 14, 2020 11:32 pm Garchen Rinpoche will be giving the Tsewang Dzinpa empowerment later this month online, and that’s very definitely a wrathful guru practice.
www.garchen.net
The OP didn't mention any wrathful Padmasambhava :shrug:
The ancient translators - Kawa Paltseg, Vairocana - all concentrated on meaning, on the real sence. Even if the words do not correspond perfectly between Sanskrit & Tibetan, they concentrated more on the essence. Those who translated later concentrated more on the literal text, on the words.
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Forgive me. I thought this might be of interest to the person looking for an online Guru Rinpoche empowerment. Perhaps you can see the source of my confusion.
You are right though, they didn’t specify wrathful or peaceful, sitting or standing. I’m sorry that this troubled you.
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namoh wrote: Wed Dec 16, 2020 2:47 am Forgive me. I thought this might be of interest to the person looking for an online Guru Rinpoche empowerment. Perhaps you can see the source of my confusion.
You are right though, they didn’t specify wrathful or peaceful, sitting or standing. I’m sorry that this troubled you.
I don't think it troubles anyone, but I wanted to give my 2¢
because there is a difference between the peaceful & wrathful aspect in practice & empowerment - not only optical.
The ancient translators - Kawa Paltseg, Vairocana - all concentrated on meaning, on the real sence. Even if the words do not correspond perfectly between Sanskrit & Tibetan, they concentrated more on the essence. Those who translated later concentrated more on the literal text, on the words.
ChNN
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