Ringu Tulku

Ringu Tulku

Ringu Tulku Rinpoche was born in Kham Lingtsang, in eastern Tibet, and was recognized by His Holiness the Sixteenth Gyalwang Karmapa as the incarnation of one of the tulkus of Ringu monastery, a Kagy

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Sakyasribhadra: A Reader's Guide to the 12th Century Kashmiri Pandita

Image from HAR Sakyasribhadra, also known as Sakyasri or Khache Panchen, was an important Kashmiri pandita in the 12th and early 13th centuries who came to Tibet. His full biography is on the Treasury of Lives site. He has a connection with many of the lineages in Tibet extant during his visit. ...
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Jamgon Kongtrul Reader's Guide

Jamgön Kongtrul Lodro Thaye was one of the greatest masters of Tibetan history, who the Tibetologist Gene Smith referred to as Tibet’s Leonardo. It’s difficult to imagine a master who was so learned, spent much of his time in retreat, gave countless initiations and teachings, and yet still...
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History of the Treasury of Precious Instructions

The following is an excerpt from Ringu Tulku’s The Ri-me Philosophy of Jamgön Kongtrul the Great: When they were together at this time, Kongtrul asked Khyentse [Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo] what he thought of their collecting the most important instructions they had received from the eight practice...
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Ringu Tulku Discusses the Treasury of Precious Instructions

Ringu Tulku paid a visit to Shambhala’s Prajna Studios and had some thoughts on the landmark publication of The Treasury of Precious Instructions.       Resources Guide to The Treasury of Precious Instructions Resource Guide: An Overview A History of the Collection High-Quality Recordings...
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EVENTS

Ringu Tulku at Kamalaishila, Germany

July 14-20, 2017 | Lagenfeld,

Ringu Tulku in Huttenried, Germany

July 21-23 | Bodhicharya Huttenried,

SNOW LION NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE

Ringu Tulku on Dealing with Emotions: The Vajrayana Approach

When should we counteract our difficult emotions, and when should we go with their energy? How we are advised to deal with our emotions varies according to which vehicle of Buddhism is in focus. Ringu Tulku gives an overview of the Vajrayana approach in this adaptation from Daring Steps:...
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Ringu Tulku on Tonglen Practice to Deal with Fear

In this excerpt from Mind Training, Ringu Tulku teases out some of the issues that we face when doing Tonglen practice—metabolizing the suffering within and around us, and using it for spiritual practice. The Tibetan word tonglen means “giving and taking” and this simple and short...
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Ringu Tulku: Thoughts for the New Year, 2003

The following article is from the Winter, 2003 issue of the Snow Lion Newsletter and is for historical reference only. You can see this in context of the original newsletter here. This is to wish you a most wonderful New Year for the year 2003. (March 3rd is the beginning of Losar) What a nice...
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