Friday 20 September, 2019


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Thursday 05 September, 2019


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Monday 29 April, 2019


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Saturday 23 March, 2019


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Friday 01 March, 2019

Ayu Khandro (Implementation of the Rainbow Body).

In this series we will look at the great masters who made the transition through the phenomenon of dissolution of the body in glowing terms.

Today we will focus on the great yogi, the practice of Tibetan Buddhism, the great master Ayu Khandro Dorje woman Peldron (Ayu Khandro Dorje Peldron) (1839 - 1953).

In 1953, at the age of 115 years, Ayu Khandro left this world. A few weeks before his death, she had spent in communion with those who wanted to talk to her. She also handed out many of their valuables - such as his son Adzom Drukpa Adzomu gyeltsen Gyurme Dorje (1895-1959) she presented a precious statue of Padmasambhava, and Namkhai Norbu she left a gift in a little statue of Jamyang Khyentse.

After his death, she remained in meditation for two weeks, on completion of which, her body was very much reduced, that is considered a sign of successful completion of the Dzogchen practice.


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Thursday 17 January, 2019


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Friday 14 September, 2018

Door to the Heaven

Well, that ended my next visit to Tibet.

I do not just travel on our Planet, but I find places that fill with Knowledge:

  • Once it was Tiruvannamalai and Mount Arunachala in India
  • Then a mystical place in South America
  • And now Tibet.

Ha-Ha, the result of many years of practice of my Path, which I chose even before the incarnation in the body, gently flashes just by the presence of the moment, without a story about the past and the future, being replaced by itself.

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Monday 04 June, 2018

Chetsun Senge Wangchuk (Implementation of the Rainbow Body).

In this series we will look at the great masters who made the transition through the phenomenon of dissolution of the body in glowing terms.

And the first of them: one of the masters of the transmission line Nyingthig, Chetsun Senge Wangchuk, who lived in the 11-12 century.

   He received this doctrine (the disappearance of space, dissolved in glowing terms) from his root guru adangme Lhungyal and also directly from Vimalamitra.

Chetsun Senge Wangchuk at the age of one hundred and twenty five years, disappeared into the heavens in a mass of rainbow light


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Monday 07 May, 2018

The Six Yogas of Naropa.

The Six Yogas of Naropa is a system of practices first unified by Tilopa, but extended under the name of his disciple Naropa.

In the heyday of Tantric Buddhism in India, there were hundreds of Buddhist tantra systems, most of which belonged to the upper class of anuttara yoga tantra. Apparently initially, each tantra was a complete method for achieving awakening, but later the Mahasiddha yogis began to combine methods from different tantras to achieve the greatest effectiveness, which led to the emergence of such systems as the Six Yogas of Naropa, the Six Yogas of Sukhasiddhi and others.

The basis, path and purpose of these yogas is Mahamudra. These six practices are designed so that the practitioner learns to keep the clarity of consciousness always, in whatever state the body and mind are, in particular:

  • wakefulness,
  • dream with dreams,
  • deep dream,
  • meditation,
  • dying and
  •  the period between the death of the body and the conception of the next.

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Sunday 06 May, 2018

Tibetan Buddhism TODAY.

It is interesting that when Buddhism comes to mind in the mind of a Westerner, an association with Buddha Shakyamuni arises that is literally translated "Awakened Sage from the Shakya Family", who received the name Siddhatha Gotama (Pali) / Siddhartha Gautama (Sanskrit) at birth, which is translated (descendant of Gotama , successful in achieving the goals). Siddhartha Gautama himself reached enlightenment under the Bodhi tree about 2000 years ago. The remaining 45 years of his life, Buddha traveled along the Ganges River valley in central India in the company of his disciples and taught his Teaching to a wide variety of people.

But the main hero of modern Tibetan Buddhism, spread on the territory of Ladak (Little Tibet), is the outstanding yogi, Naropa, who achieved enlightenment and full realization under the guidance of Tilopa's teacher, and then revealed to the world the six principles of yoga Naropa.
It is these 6 principles of Yoga Naropa that constitute today practices of modern Tibetan Buddhism.

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