Remembering Lama Tsering Paljor

by Annie on October 16, 2014

in Website

Lama Jawo 3Sad news came today of the death of Lama Tsering Paljor yesterday in Tibet. Lama La was resident monk at the Bodhicharya Meditation Centre in Sikkim, and any who spent time there with him discovered a very special person, an absolute joy and inspiration to be around.

He constructed the fire house on the roof for smoke offerings, and every morning at dawn he’d light the brush and incense, and recite mantras and protector prayers to greet the day. We hardly noticed that he spoke no English and his method of getting to know us came via a really well worn photograph album with photos of himself taken through his lifetime, in Tibet, and during seven years on retreat in Pharping, Nepal, as a chödpa, long hair, damaru and kangling in hand. [click to continue…]

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Dear friends,

We are pleased that we are able to share with you some photos of the fruits of our recent support in Rigul village.

Our patron, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, has forwarded some photographs and says that the school is doing very well.

The people of Rigul send their heartfelt thanks and immense gratitude to everyone who is supporting the school and clinic and the basic sanitation projects.

On behalf of Ringu Tulku and the trustees of Rigul Trust
Thank you for all your support and we wish you all the very best.

Be happy, be joyful, go well,

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Margaret and Jude.
Trustees of Rigul Trust

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Uncle’s Anniversary

by francois on September 8, 2014

in News Now

Uncle in Rigul in 2005.

This Tuesday September 09 2014, 15th (full moon) day of the 7th month of the Tibetan calendar is the second anniversary of Ringu Tulku’s uncle Thondup Dorjee.

“Uncle” as he was known accompanied Rinpoche extensively during his travels in the 1990’s and 2000’s. Many of Rinpoche students had the chance to meet Uncle and appreciate his discreet presence.
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Bodhicharya summercamp at Casa da Torre

Portugal is a great place to take a summer holiday – especially at Casa da Torre, a Jesuit Centre for Spirituality and Culture, near Braga in the Costa Verde, which is the venue that has hosted the Bodhicharya Summercamp for the last three years. It’s an ancient, cool, cloistered monastery with a tiny, exquisite, four hundred year old chapel, and seemingly endless corridors set in an enormous organic farm estate where the main crops seem to be the grapes that produce a light white wine that was served with dinner, and enormous peaches and nectarines that promised heaven at each mealtime. On the last evening a local choir filled the church with their singing, causing faint echoes of the gods to resonate around the buildings.

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Birthday Cards for Ringu Tulku

by wangdu on July 3, 2014

in Events,News Now

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 Dear Friends,

Rinpoche’s birthday falls on the week of Bodhicharya Summer Camp which will be held in Portugal July 14-20. We would like to ask all of you to send Rinpoche a happy birthday greeting card, whether you are coming to summer camp or not. Either bring your card with you, along with the cards of your friends and sangha members who are not able to come this time, or send it via snail mail (yes, through post office, with a stamp on!) to:


Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
C/o Tsering Paldron
Casa da Torre
4730 570 SOUTELO
Vila Verde
Portugal

Please send your birthday card soon, so that it will arrive by July 16th!

PS. It could be a postcard from your own country – maybe with some landmark, with a personal message? Then there is no need to even use an envelope. Of course, you can also make your own card if you like.

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Building Bodhicharya Berlin

by wangdu on June 26, 2014

in Shrine Room Project

Bodhicharya Berlin has been building up the centre for many years and we need your help NOW to complete this auspicious project founded by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche and blessed by H.H. the 17th Karmapa during his first visit in June 2014. His apartment as well as the main temple is now under construction.

Click here to find out more about the project. [click to continue…]

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Bodhicharya Publications is happy to announce that the second editions of the Lazy series are now available to buy online in our bookstore.

The new books are now a smaller A6 size and have new covers and layouts. They make ideal gifts for family and friends, with Rinpoche’s easily digestible teaching style. But they are also great for the more seasoned practitioner, giving a refreshing overview and reminder of the essence and purpose of Dharma practice.

We hope that this new edition continues to bring benefit to all that read them.

Visit the bookstore to see the complete set.

 

 

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Tomorrow 13/6/14 on the auspicious day of Fullmoon of Saga Dawa my uncle Thendup Dorjee’s stupa will be consecrated by the Tulkus, Khenpos and monks of Rigul Monastery. It was built under the dedicated leadership of Dr. Chuga.

I thank all who helped and contributed towards this project.

– Ringu Tulku

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On the sunny morning of June 6, 2014 , the Karmapa and his entourage drove down Kinzigstrasse in the former East Berlin to pay a visit to the Bodhicarya center, founded by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche.  The wood fence lining the street outside the center is decorated with colorful drawings of the eight auspicious symbols, which lead up to the main gate. Its doors are opened wide to reveal a vista of the countryside hidden in this corner of Berlin. Winding paths lined with grasses and flowers wend their way past red brick, single-story buildings to the tall meditation hall at the back of the property. On top are special rooms for the Karmapa including a balcony with a view of the gardens and the surrounding area. [click to continue…]

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More Tickets available for ‘Karmapa Berlin 2014′

8 May 2014 Events

+++ Tickets sales start Thursday, 8 May, 6 p.m. CEST +++

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