Blazing Splendor: The Memoirs of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche: Memoirs of the Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche | Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche | ISBN: A record of views and thoughts connected to Blazing Splendor, The Memoirs of the Dzogchen Yogi Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche. Blazing Splendor has ratings and 13 reviews. Scott said: Wonderful stories told by Tulku Urgyen about his great grandfather, the famed Khampa terton.

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Tsewang Norbu sat right between Khyentse and Chokling while he received the jrgyen. After fleeing Tibet shortly before the Dalai Lama, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche devoted the rest of his life to trying to keep the spirit of the classical Tibetan spiritual system alive. Dan rated it it was amazing Oct 21, Eine kurze Geschichte der Menschheit.

Saturday, July 26, Padmasambhava’s biography by Jamgon Kongtrul. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. First of all into English and then into the other languages. Blazing Splendor paints an intimate portrait of the lost culture of Old Tibet and of a remarkable man who inspired thousands.

Blazing Splendor : The Memoirs of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. If you are interested in awakening to Truth, the Dzogchen teachings, and traditional cultures, you are sure to find this an interesting read, providing that you are able to navigate the many dozens of Tibetan names and words that occur throughout the text glossary included. And the most amazing of them all is the author himself, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.

Blazing Splendor is of both spiritual and historical importance. They can resolve our questions.

Blazing Splendor

I mentioned that we live in a time when the Buddhadharma hangs by a thin thread. Return to Book Page. I loved the inter relationships between disciples, reincarnations, emanations and family ties. Saturday, September 17, last days. For practitioners, there will be elements that challenge both the overly devotional and the somewhat cynical. Account Options Sign in. I enjoyed it and found it an interesting relief to some of The book is worth a read to get an insight into the world of Tibetan Buddhism, and the life of a tulkuwhich is the living incarnation of a revered master from the past.


These were books only written by Tibetan masters.

There are amazing stories of great Nyingma teachers such as Chogyur Meoirs and his contemporaries as well as stories first hand, often about the 15th and 16th Karmapas. The authentic treatises explaining their intent and meaning fill more than two hundred volumes. There is a need for patrons to provide the means living and the equipment—the paper and ink of today. Preview — Blazing Splendor by Tulku Urgyen. Blazing Splendor is dinpoche translation of the name he was given by the head of the Kagyu Order of Tibetan Buddhism, the name referring to the qualities of a realized master.

Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche is recognized as one of the greatest 20th-century masters of Tibetan Buddhism and one of the first to bring the essential teachings of Buddhism beyond Tibet. We have the general vehicles, the paramita vehicle, and especially the vajra vehicle of Secret Mantra consisting of the four sections of tantra.

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A memoir in the form of tales meoirs by Rinpoche toward the end of his life, the memkirs spans his lifetime — a lifetime rich in adventures of both spirit and body.

We should especially work together on the most difficult and consult the various masters who are still available. Rinoa Right rated it liked it Jul 31, Trivia About Blazing Splendor But for the most part, the largest amount is in Tibetan.


Jennifer rated it it was amazing Aug 05, From a fresh, eye-opening perspective he describes the lives of some of the most realized and genuine spiritual practitioners of 20th century Tibet including:. One of the puzzles of this book is that there is no mention of the two people who have been recognized as the 17th Karmapa even though Tulku Urgyen had close interactions with with both the 15th and sppendor died in Karmapas.

Explore the Home Gift Guide. The greatest thing that struck me from reading this memoir was how profoundly the society of Tibet supported its spiritual practitioners splenfor and in contrast how lacking our modern society is in this regard. The rock, cave and surrounding area are all white in color.

Refresh and try again. The unique lifestyle and culture of old Tibet was inexorably changed by the Communist s;lendor over in and with each passing year, the great masters who were trained under the classical spiritual system have been passing away. It is a beautiful book. First Edition First Printing 4.

May 25, Mark Sobralske rated it it was amazing Shelves: I learned a great deal by reading the glossary after reading the book.