Sunday, June 23, 2019

Playing with animals’ life is plying with your own life

Once in this village across river Wangchu,  between Lamdru and Khasadrapchu, people lived happily because of the constant wealth blessed by the mermaid that dwell in a big lake located just above the village.

People daily used to offer milk, fruits, flowers and rice to the mermaid. In return they received continuous blessing and their wealth was seen growing on daily basis.

People gradually become greedy and thought, offering of fruits and milk has seen such an increase of wealth, why not offer meat so that the blessing and  prosperity would be unmeasurable.

A gathering was held and discussed on meat offering where everyone agreed. From next day the community started offering beef and pork to the mermaid.

Meanwhile the effect of the previous good deed's result still continued and they felt more wealth was coming because of offering meat.

The people in the village then assembled and decided to killed a horse and offered to the mermaid, thus expecting even more.

The mermaid was very angry to such decission of life taking and decided to leave the lake. Further her residence was now become impure because of meats of the innocent animals.

One morning, there was a loud sound from the lake yelling " SHALL I SEND". People thought Woh! the Wealth!! in unison everybody yelled back "PLEASE SEND".

In a fraction of second, the lake burst and whole debris gushed down and the entire village was submerged in the huge volume of mud. All died instantly under suffocation.

So that was the tragedy of being greedy.

You could still see the debris and mark of lake burst. See the image.

Please if you happen to pass by try to have a glimpse of area and think carefully about playing with animal's life. Your life may be the next.

Be vegetarian.

Friday, June 21, 2019

His Holiness 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Jigme Thubten Trinley Palzangpo

Eh Ma
The enlightened mind, primordially pure,
Is never scorched by the fires of hell,
Nor deprived by the hungry ghost realm,
Nor dulled by the animal realm,
Nor overpowered by hordes of demons.
To the union of Emptiness and Compassion,
I supplicate.
– Supplication Prayer to the Successive Emanations of Dodrupchen

H.H. 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche is the principal lineage holder of the Longchen Nyingtik Cycle of Teachings (The Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse), a treasure teaching revealed by the esteemed treasure revealer, Jigme Lingpa. 

In Tibetan, the term “Dodrupchen” means a greatly accomplished one from the Do Valley. The term derives from the first Dodrupchen Rinpoche, who was born in the upper Do Valley in the Gyalrong District of eastern Tibet. 

When the first Dodrupchen Rinpoche visited Master Jigme Lingpa, that master recognized Dodrupchen as being the incarnation of the sacred prince Murub Tsepo that was predicted in the “Guide to Longchen Nying-thik Predictions” and as being the sole possessor and successor to the Longchen Nying-thik teachings. 

Thus, Master Jigme Lingpa bestowed upon Dodrupchen the complete “Direct Transmission from Buddha” and “Terma (Hidden Treasures)” lineages and authorized him to be the fundamental dharma possessor of Longchen Nying-thik. 


In his childhood, Dodrupchen Rinpoche manifested various awe-inspiring actions, which brought tears to the students of his predecessor. A spontaneous learner and leader, Dodrupchen Rinpoche accomplished all of his studies in the Sutras, Tantras and the Great Perfection with effortless ease. This was reflected in the words of his root Guru, Yukhok Chatralwa Choying Rangdrol,

“Among hundreds of students who practice the Dzogchen, there is no one greater than you, my son.”

Dodrupchen Rinpoche has also set foot on multiple lands around the world where he transmitted important teachings of the Nyingma lineage, the root volumes of Longchen Nyingtik, the essential empowerments of Dzogchen and many others.

At present, Dodrupchen Rinpoche resides at Chorten Monastery and continues to guide and benefit countless sentient beings. His quite, gentle and unassuming demeanor, complemented by a tremendous presence, remains and aspiration for all.

Early Emanations

In a former time when the Bodhisattva Vajrapani expounded the cycle of Vajrayana teachings at Mount Malaya, there was a king called Za in Zahor, India. As one of Vajrapani’s five disciples, King Za accomplished the unwavering state of the Wisdom Mind and taught his entire retinue to the accomplishment of the Vidyadhara level. Thus was the first identified Dodrupchen emanation.

Among the successive births of Dodrupchen, there was the 28th Tibetan King named Thotori. In the 5th century CE during his reign, the sublime Buddha dharma first appeared in Tibet as in the form of holy objects and scriptures that fell upon the roof of the royal residence, Yumbu Lakhang Palace. 

Although the meaning of the objects and scriptures were not comprehensible at that time, King Thotori followed the prophetic instructions he received in a dream to preserve and revere them for five generations.

Notable incarnations of Dodrupchen thereafter include Prince Murub Tsenpo (c. 8th century CE), the elder son of the Dharma King Trisong Deutsen, as well as Sangye Lingpa (1340-1396), one of the eleven great Tertons (Treasure Revealers) and a heart son of Guru Padmasambhava.

The successive births of the three Dodrupchens

The 1st Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Jigme Trinle Ozer (1745 – 1821), was the chief disciple of the great treasure revealer Jigme Lingpa who revealed and expounded the cycle of teachings called Longchen Nyingtik (The Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse). As prophesized by Guru Padmasambhava, the 1st Dodrupchen Rinpoche manifested remarkable qualities and guided numerous disciples to accomplishment. Jigme Lingpa as the future lineage holder of the Longchen Nyingtik appointed him; the seat of which has been passed down to future emanations today.

The birth of the 2nd Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Jigme Phuntsok Jungne (1824-1863), was predicted directly by his predecessor. He was adept in advanced Vajrayana practice and his clairvoyance and accomplishment was on a par with the great Indian Mahasiddha Saraha.

The 3rd Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Jigme Tenpei Nyima (1865 – 1926), was a steadfast and accomplished scholar-practitioner. A gifted child, he gave teachings on The Way of the Bodhisattva at the age of eight and profoundly inspired the audience, including the acclaimed master Patrul Rinpoche. A prolific author, the 3rd Dodrupchen Rinpoche wrote an important and illuminating commentary on Guhyagarbha (The Essence of Secrets) Tantra. A disciplined monk, he attained the fragrance of virtue through strict observance of his vows. An accomplished practitioner, he beheld and conversed with his yidam deity through one-pointed practice of sadhanas.

The fourth Dodrupchen Rinpoche: Early years

“During the times of misfortune in Sikkim
Dwells a hidden yogi,
The emanation of Murub Tsenpo and Sangye Lingpa.
Those who have connection to him
Will be liberated from the lower realms”.
       Prophecy of the birth of the 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche from the Terma revealed by Orgyen Laytro Lingpa Jatson Nyingpo)
The birth of the 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Jigme Thubten Trinley Palzangpo, was stated in the above prophecy from a treasure text revealed by Orgyen Laytro Lingpa (1585 – 1656)
and was also predicted by the 3rd Dodrupchen Rinpoche. His Holiness KYABJE Thupten Thrinle Palzang was born in the Fire Hare year of the sixteenth Rabjung (1927) in Tsi village in the Ser (Serta) Valley of Golok in Eastern Tibet. Rinpoche's father was Drala of the Jekar clan, and his mother was Kali Kyi of the Kazhi clan.

Between his conception and the age of six, Rinpoche displayed many miraculous signs. Lushul Khenpo and Lauthang Tulku made a record of these signs up to the age of four. 

Around the time that he was conceived, his father had a dream in which he was brandishing a crystal sword, which was so long that the end was not visible in the sky. That year almost every day, rainbows appeared over Tsi village, and the monks of the monastery across the river used to joke, "This year all the people of Tsi village are going to attain rainbow body."

While Rinpoche was in the womb, there were many occasions on which his mother entered a dark place, but she could see because of the appearance of a light, which sometimes scared her. One day a snake holding a shining object in its mouth came into the house and then disappeared into the wall in front of a couple of people.

Almost every night a za kept appearing on the roof of the house. The raven without the upper part of its beak, which lives at Dodrupchen Monastery, was seen many times at this distant village. Without any seeds having been sown, a kind of flower unknown in that part of the country covered the roof of the house.

When he was born before dawn, although it was still dark, things became clearly visible because of a light. Many times the baby was found on the upper floor of the house, although he could not walk. His parents, thinking that he must be climbing the stairs, sealed them off. Still they found him on the upper floor a number of times.

Once a big mani stone, a stone on which prayers are carved, fell on Rinpoche. Many of his bones seemed to have been broken, but after a few hours all trace of damage had disappeared. Many people heard him reciting the siddhi mantra, the prayer mantra of Guru Rinpoche, many times.

One day, a disciple of the third Dodrupchen named Guru came to see him. When Rinpoche saw him, he instantly said, "Guru! Guru!" and blessed him by putting his hand on Guru's head and chanting, OM AH HUM, VAJRA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUM.

The fifth Dzogchen Rinpoche Thupten Chokyi Dorje (1872-1935) gave the following prophecy for Dodrupchen Monastery to indicate where the Tulku of the third Dodrupchen would be found.

“The main source of manifestation of the vajra master,
The lord of the Buddha lineages, is the Glorious Mountain of Ngayab Continent.
In the center, which is the great pure land of Sambhogakaya,
There are four emanations: of his body, speech, mind, and virtues.
The manifestation of his action
Has taken birth to the south of the monastery,
At a place among mountains with rocks and trees,
To a skillful means [father] and a wisdom [mother] named Ka and Da
As an auspicious child of the Earth Hare.
There are signs that he will benefit the Dharma and beings.
At the request of devotees,
I, the fifth Dzogchen Tulku Dharmavajra,
Wrote whatever was recalled to my deluded mind.
May the dawn of virtues and goodness fill the earth”.

The great Dzogchen yogi Yukhok Chatralwa also said, "In a dream I saw two sacred vases on one mandala, so there will be two incarnations. If the offerings are made to the protectors, you shall find the tulkus very soon."

Then Dzogchen Rinpoche instructed them to conduct the search south of the monastery up to the valleys of Li and Tsang. When the search party from Dodrupchen Monastery visited Tsi village, before his parents knew of their arrival, Rinpoche told them, "Today guests are coming," and he sang happily. When the party who came to examine him presented him with books, rosaries, and other possessions of the previous Dodrupchen mixed with those belonging to other people, he picked up his predecessor's things without a single mistake, saying, "This is mine."

Then the list of names was presented to Dzogchen Rinpoche for his final determination. He picked the name of the present Dodrupchen Rinpoche and composed a long-life prayer for the child, and gave him the name Thupten Thrinle Palzangpo. Many other great lamas also confirmed the recognition, about which they were of one mind.

The 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche manifested various awe-inspiring actions in his childhood. At the age of four, he was enthroned at Sangchen Ngodrup Palbar Ling, the Dodrupchen Monastery in Tibet. During the enthronement ceremony, he recited The Seven-line Prayer to Guru Padmasambhava,

ཧཱུྃ༔ ཨོ་རྒྱན་ཡུལ་གྱི་ནུབ་བྱང་མཚམས༔
hung, orgyen yul gyi nup jang tsam
Hūṃ. In the north-west of the land of Oḍḍiyāna,
pema gésar dong po la
In the heart of a lotus flower,
yatsen chok gi ngö drup nyé
Endowed with the most marvellous attainments,
pema jungné shyé su drak
You are renowned as the Lotus-born,
khor du khandro mangpö kor
Surrounded by many hosts of ḍākinīs.
khyé kyi jesu dak drup kyi
Following in your footsteps
jin gyi lop chir shek su sol
I pray to you: come and bless me with your grace!
guru pema siddhi hung

which brought the students of his predecessor to tears. At one time, during his visit to the temple of Dharma protectors near the Dodrupchen Monastery, he recited a prayer to Ekajati, Protectress of the Secret Mantra, even though he had not learned how to read. Similar stories of his miraculous capabilities and extraordinary faculties as a child have been widely circulated among his tutors and former students.

At the age of five, the 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche learned to read and write, and thereafter began hearing and contemplating the Sutras and Tantras. From Khenpo Kunpal, Dodrupchen Rinpoche received the transmission, empowerments and teachings of the entire cycle of Longchen Nyingtik. The experience was recounted with joy by Khenpo Kunpal as a father-to-son transmission.

At the age of five, the 4th Dodrupchen Rinpoche learned to read and write, and thereafter began hearing and contemplating the Sutras and Tantras. From Khenpo Kunpal, Dodrupchen Rinpoche received the transmission, empowerments and teachings of the entire cycle of Longchen Nyingtik. The experience was recounted with joy by Khenpo Kunpal as a father-to-son transmission. 

During his teenage years, Dodrupchen Rinpoche completed three sets of the preliminary practices of Longchen Nyingtik and other supplementary practices.
Dodrupchen Rinpoche received teachings from many other highly-accomplished teachers of his time. 

At the age of fourteen, Dodrupchen Rinpoche drank the alcohol given by Apang Terton who thereby transmitted his realization of the essence of the Dzogpachenpo (Great Perfection) to Dodrupchen Rinpoche.

Between ages twenty and twenty-five, Rinpoche received secret teachings of the Great Perfection called Trekchö and Thögal as well as its complete pith instructions from his root guru, Yukhok Chatralwa Choying Rangdrol. 

“Among hundreds of students who practice the Dzogchen, there is no one greater than you, my son,” praised his root guru. Excelling at his study and practice, Dodrupchen Rinpoche pleased his glorious guru and became a powerful upholder of the ocean-like teachings of the Nyingma Lineage.

At the age of thirty-one, due to the changes of political circumstances in Tibet and also based upon the predictions of the Dakinis in 1957 concerning the circumstances Tibet would face, H.H. Dodrupchen Rinpoche arrived in Sikkim. At first His Holiness did not reveal His status. However, a greatly accomplished person in Sikkim who was the master of the king of Sikkim told the king that the true Padmasambhava had arrived in Sikkim and strongly urged the king to become a disciple of H.H. Dodrupchen Rinpoche. Later, after repeated entreaties by the king of Sikkim, His Holiness assumed the position of National Master of Sikkim. His Holiness also recognized the identity or status of H.E. the seventh Dzogchen Dharma King and conducted the enthronement ceremony for that dharma king.

Excelling at his study and practice, Dodrupchen Rinpoche pleased his glorious guru and became a powerful upholder of the ocean-like teachings of the Nyingma Lineage.

The Fourth Dodrupchen: Illustrious deeds

For the benefit of the monastic community, Dodrupchen Rinpoche ordered the construction of a new temple in extension to Dodrupchen Monastery and oversaw the restoration of the monastery’s retreat center. He further acquired the essential texts for the study and practice of the sangha, such as The Nyingma Kama, Rinchen Terdzod’s Treasury of Previous Termas, The United Intent of the Gurus, the earlier and later Nyingtik volumes, the nine volumes of Jigme Lingpa, the collected works of Rongzom Pandita, Dzogchen Patrul Rinpoche, Gyalse Shenphen Thaye, Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo and others. For numerous times in various occasions, Dodrupchen Rinpoche bestowed transmissions and empowerments of these texts.

At the age of thirty-one, due to the changes of political circumstances in Tibet, Dodrupchen Rinpoche journeyed to the hidden land of Sikkim where he resided as a hidden yogi since then. Trulshik Rinpoche, 
the guru of the Sikkimese King, offered the current Chorten Monastery and a residence to Dodrupchen Rinpoche and Rinpoche accepted.

Under the auspice of Dodrupchen Rinpoche, Chorten Monastery has developed into a base for nearly a thousand sangha over the years. Among his great disciples, H.E. Lopon Kunzang Thegchok Yeshe Dorje Rinpoche has been appointed as the principal lineage holder. Following Dodrupchen Rinpoche’s sublime greatness, excellent disciples emerged in succession like a golden mountain range.

Dodrupchen Rinpoche further set foot on multiple lands around the world where he transmitted important teachings of the Nyingma lineage, the root volumes of Longchen Nyingtik, the essential empowerments of Dzogchen, among many others. 

At present, Dodrupchen Rinpoche resides at Chorten Monastery and continues to guide and benefit countless sentient beings. His quiet, gentle and unassuming demeanor, complemented by a tremendous presence, remains an inspiration for all.

Long life prayer
Lu-med kyab-ne gya-tsho'i chin-thu yee
-By the power of the ocean-like infallible refuges;
Jig-med Thub-ten Thrin-le Pal-Bar Kyi
-May Jigme Thubten Thrinle Palbar's;

Zhab-ped mi-shig kal-gyar rab-ten ne
-Lotus feet remain indestructible and stable for a hundred eons;

Lab-ch'en ten dro'i zhed-ton thar-chin shog
-And may he accomplish his wishes for the doctrine and beings.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Namkhai Nyinpo Rinpoche and his reincarnations

Namkhai Nyingpo is a famous monk and one of the twenty-five chief disciples of Guru Rinpoche. He was the heart son of Guru Rinpoche who became an accomplished siddha through esoteric practice on Vishudha Sadhana the deity of mind. 
The lineage of His Holiness is continued to the present day through successive reincarnations. 
During the 8th century, Trisong Deutsen (790-844) out of his deep desire to make the teachings of the Buddha flourish in the land of snow invited Shantarakshita the Abbot of Nalanda University and a powerful Siddha Guru Rinpoche of the same university to build a monastery at Samye. 
Trisong Deutsen issued an edict that the first five monks ordained by Master Bodhisattva be venerated as supreme beings of respect. Namkhai Nyingpo was one of the first five monks. He received innumerable cycles of ripening empowerment and pith instructions both directly from Guru Rinpoche and Master Bodhisattva. The King had them trained in translation from the Indian languages into Tibetan. 
At the command of Trisong Deutsen, an adept translator, travelled to India to receive the Vajrayana teachings of the Secret Mantra from the learned and accomplished Indian siddhas like Rolang Dewa and Kukuradz. The Vajrayana teaching of the Secret Mantra is the pith instructions for attaining the supreme accomplishment of Mahamudra (phyag rgya chen po) in a single lifetime. 
Through the power of karmic link, Namkhai Nyingpo received empowerment and essential transmissions from the accomplished Hungkara the Indian Siddha, one of the eight Vidyadharas according to the prophecy. Having bestowed the Empowerment, which is the root of Secret Mantra (gsang sngags), Hungkara gradually opened up the mandalas of the Fifty-Eight Crescent and the nine Crescents. 
Namkhai Nyingpo had the vision of Great Glorious One with a consort and attained the supreme and common accomplishment. 
Namkhai Nyingpo was exceptionally intelligent and industrious. He possessed great merit to (who) could walk with his feet the width of a hand above the ground that the twenty-eight ishvari goddesses obeyed his command. On receiving the invitation from Dharma King, Namkhai Nyingpo arrived miraculously in Tibet and displayed his power by cutting open his chest with a curved knife of white silver. He showed Trisong Detsen the vision of the forty-two peaceful deities in the upper part of his chest and the fifty-eight heruka deities in the lower part. 
The Dharma King felt confident of such accomplishment that he regarded Namkhai Nyingpo as a supreme object of veneration. From him, Trisong
Detsen received the glorious Vishudha Sadhana teaching. Namkhai Nyingpo was also one of the eight chief recipients of Eight Pronouncements (bka' brgyad of Mandalas), a Sadhana teaching transmitted by Guru Rinpoche at the cave hermitage of Chimphu. The flowers of Namkhai Nyingpo of Nub fell on the mandala of Vashuddha Mind; so this particular tantra was destined to Namkhai Nyingpo through the practice of which he could travel by riding on the rays of the sun. An imprint of his body and foot, which he left, can be seen even to this day. 
The evil Bon ministers became envious and laid ambush for the lives of the Dharma King and Namkhai Nyingpo. On discovering this plot through his divination Namkhai Nyingpo exclaimed fiercely, HUNG! HUNG! By clapping his hands he struck a lightning bolt from the sky and spun it around the fingertip of his threatening hand gesture. It made some of the evil-minded ministers to faint and speechless while others were paralyzed with fear. 
Similarly in another occasion Namkhai Nyingpo revealed his amazing signs of his achievement in occult powers by planting his teak dagger at the boundary between the sunlight and the shade. The sun turned red and disappeared as he later took out the dagger from the boundary of sunlight and shade. He miraculously transformed the boulders and pebbles into grain seeds and then flew in the sky. Delighted with such display of miraculously powers, Trisong Detsen expressed inconceivable gratitude to all the translators and proclaimed excellent Namkhai Nyingpo and Vairocana as his Vajra Masters. 
In presence of people from all walks of life the King prostrated before them with unflagging faith and became the most venerated tantric master in Tibet. 
Then Namkhai Nyingpo visited upper, middle and lower valleys of Tibet and hid many profound termas for the benefits of future beings. As specifically prophesied by Guru Rinpoche, he brought immense benefits to the sentient beings through many forms of manifestation. While meditating in Spindled Long Cave of Kharchu at Lhodra he had visions of numerous yidams and attained the Vidyadhara (rig 'dzin) level of mahamudra. Finally he departed for celestial realms without leaving a corpse behind. 
Namkhai Nyingpo, the crown ornament of all the scholars and siddhas of the land of snows, manifested his enlightened activity as a Terton known as Jangchu Lingpa Palgi Gyaltshen. He then reincarnated as Terton Dawa Gyalchen and revealed Tercho concealed by Guru Rinpoche for the sake of worthy people in future generations. 
During the age of degeneration through his karmic destiny and previous aspirations, Namkhai Nyingpo was reborn in 1670 with many amazing signs to Tshewang Ngedup and Logo, as his parents were known in the vicinity of Lhodra Shartsen Drolung, located nearby the seat of Guru Chowang. Even as a little boy of eight he was endowed with astonishing intelligence that the Dalai Lama the Great Fifth recognized him as the direct incarnation of Namkhai Nyingpo. He learned to read and write and developed an understanding of the meaning of the Dharma effortlessly, simply upon exposure to these subjects. 
Thereafter, he establishing a permanent seat at Lhodra Kharchu and since then the golden rosary of Namkhai Nyingpo lineage had been passed down in an unbroken transmission. His incarnations have continued to the present and his enlightened activity has spread far and wide. 

The successive reincarnations are: 
Rigzin Lobzang (1670), 1st incarnation
Kelzang Pema Wangchuck, 2nd incarnation

Jampal Ngawang Drukdra, 3rd incarnation 
Kinzang Ggawang Namgyal, 4th incarnation Kelzang 
Sangnag Thegchog, 5th incarnation 
Pema Tenzin Thinley Namgyal, 6th incarnation 

The present Namkhai Nyingpo,
His Eminence the 7th Namkhai Nyingpo was born in 1966 at holy valley of Tongshang Thrichu Geonpa, Eastern Bhutan to Yab Tshering Gyaltshen and Yum Sherabmo. His birth was accompanied by many auspicious and wonderful signs such as appearing of spectacular rainbow in the sky, showering of exquisite flowers and turning steam water into milky colour. The first word His Eminence (H.E.) uttered were “Kharchu”, “Kharchu” which referred to his monastery in Tibet. His Eminence vividly remembered the names of his old attendants and many related incidents from his previous life. 

His Holiness, 16th Gyalwa Karmapa recognized the boy as 7th Namkhai Nyingpo. In HH Karmapa’s prediction, the names of the parents and other details of Rinpoche’s rebirth were described clearly. Further to re-confirm the recognition of Tulku, the disciples and the royal government of Bhutan examined the child in a traditional manner. The examination involved various methods such as showing of various rosaries, reliquaries, bells and vajras amongst which some belonging to the previous Namkhai Nyingpo. The child unerringly chose the objects only belonging to his predecessor. This process was witnessed by the representative of the Royal Government of Bhutan and senior disciples of his predecessor. Thus, it was doubly re-confirmed the rightful recognition of Tulku incarnation. 

In 1972, at the age of six, His Eminence ascended to throne at the Pema Shedrup Chholing, the 2nd Kharchu Monastery in Bumthang. His Eminence’s formal education began as early as 1970. The basic reading and writing skills were picked up instantly and had a natural ability to read, write and memorize essential prayers effortlessly. 
At the age of eight, His Eminence received the refuge Ordination and received the Long Life Empowerment from His Holiness, the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa on two occasions. In the same year, His Eminence received the Kalachakra Empowerment, teachings on the Bodhicharyavatra and many other major teachings from His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama. 

In accordance with the instructions of His Holiness Dilgo Khentse Dorji Chang, His Eminence studied complete thirteen great texts and commentaries from Khen Rinpoche Kunga Wangchuk. He also received the teachings on BLabTue; the entire three parts of Kamala Shila’s meditation practice, Bimalai Ba-dang Chigcharwa; Dakpo Thargyen and Drubthab Kintue. This made His Eminence as one of the great sutra masters of our time. 
His Eminence Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche continued his intensive study of Buddhist philosophy with many masters. In the spirit of non-sectarianism, His Eminence has received teachings and transmissions from the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism. H.E has also transmitted his own special lineage JangTer (Northern Treasures) teachings to other Lamas and Rinpoches.
His Holiness Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche’s  Zabten is given below:

༄༅།ཨོཾ་སྭསྟི། ཚེ་དབང་ཡེ་ཤེས་ཉི་མའི་གཟི་འོད་ཀྱིས། འཆི་བདག་མུན་པའི་གཡུལ་ངོ་ཕམ་མཛད་པ། །བླ་མ་འཆི་མེདཔདྨ་བདེ་བ་ཆེ། དེང་འདིར་དགེ་ལེགས་མེ་ཏོག་ཆར་དུ་ཕོབ། །པད་འབྱུང་ཐུགས་ཀྱི་སྲས་དགུའི་ཡ་གྱལ་མཆོག །ཡང་དག་གྲུབ་བརྙེས་མཁའ་ལམ་ཉི་ཟེར་ཆིབས། །འགྲོ་འདུལ་ནམ་མཁའི་སྙིང་པོ་སྤྲུལ་པའི་གར། འདྲེན་པ་རྒྱལ་བའི་མྱུ་གུ་ཞབས་བརྟན་གསོལ། །གསང་ཆེན་བརྒྱུད་ལུང་མན་ངག་བསྟན་པའི་སྲོག །མི་ཉམས་འཛིན་སྤེལ་འཕྲིན་ལས་འཁོར་ལོས་སྒྱུར། །སྙིགས་མའི་གདུལ་བྱའི་མགོན་དང་དཔུང་གཉེན་ཁྱོད། །མི་ནུབ་རྒྱལ་མཚན་ཆེན་པོར་བརྟན་བཞུགས་གསོལ། །ཕྱི་ནང་བར་ཆད་བདུད་སྡེའི་གཡུལ་ལས་རྒྱལ། །བསྟན་འགྲོའི་དོན་ཆེན་བཞེད་རྒུ་ལྷུན་གྱིས་འགྲུབ། །སྨིན་གྲོལ་ཆོས་ཆར་འཛམ་གླིང་ཁྱབ་པར་འབེབས། ཞིང་ཀུན་བཀྲ་ཤིས་སྣང་བས་མཛེས་གྱུར་ཅིག
འཇམ་དབྱངས་ཡེ་ཤེས་ཉིན་བྱེད་ཐུགས་ལ་ཤར། །ཐོས་བསམ་སྒོམ་པའི་དཀྱིལ་འཁོར་ཡོངས་སུ་རྫོགས། །མཁས་བཙུན་བཟང་པོའི་བསྟན་པའི་རྒྱལ་མཚན་འཛིན། །ཞབས་བརྟན་བཞེད་དོན་ལྷུན་གྱིས་གྲུབ་པར་ཤོག

Cultivate Generous Thought and practice giving gifts to the Sanghas.

The Buddha once explained that it is a meritorious act even to throw away the water after washing one's plate with the generous thought:...