After seven years, Dilgo Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche is going to give teachings in this November upon the request of students in Hong Kong. For details please refer to the poster attached. Don’t miss this precious chance to receive the sacred teachings.
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Dilgo Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche is the incarnation of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche who passed away in 1991 - one of the great luminaries of Tibetan Buddhism in the twentieth century, who was a highly realized and accomplished master committed to the transmission and preservation of Tibet's spiritual legacy.
Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche was born in Nepal in 1993. When Khyentse Rinpoche passed away, his close students requested Trulshik Rinpoche, his most senior and accomplished disciple, to find his incarnation. He had numerous dreams and visions that clearly indicated the identity of the incarnation. He was the son of Tsikey Chogling Rinpoche, the third embodiment of Chogyur Dechen Lingpa, (himself the son of Tulku Ugyen Rinpoche), and Dechen Paldron.
In December 1995, Trulshik Rinpoche performed the ceremony of offering a name (Ugyen Tenzin Jigme Lhundrup), and robes to the young tulku. His actual enthronement took place at Shechen Tennyi Dargyeling Monastery in Nepal in December 1996 and was attended by thousands of students from all over the world.
Khyentse Yangsi Rinpoche was educated in the quiet of Bhutan under the guidance of Rabjam Rinpoche. He studied complete Shedra (nine-year philosophical college course) tutored by Khenpo Yeshe Gyaltsen.
He is also receiving the teachings and empowerments that his predecessor held. Every year he travels to Nepal for the Tibetan New Year partake in the annual ceremonies at Shechen Monastery. In Bhutan he also officiates in a number of drupchens (10-day ceremonies) as did his predecessor. He is a very compassionate and kind young teacher who has a deep commitment and sense of caring for the future of Buddhism. He speaks perfect English and was the acting abbot of the monasteries and nunnery while Rabjam Rinpoche is in extended retreat.