Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche

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2018 Chronicles Funding Drive

ALL DONATIONS DOUBLED

$61,016

Donated

$80,000

Goal

The Chronicles brings you teachings, tributes and a place to study and practice

Thank you to the Pema Chodron Foundation and other supporters for providing matching funds. All donations will be doubled.

Funds raised during this campaign will support the work of the Chronicles and Ocean. The Chronicles brings you teachings, stories, tributes and news. Ocean is a place to study and practice.

Our support comes only from you, our readers and listeners

I would like to talk a little bit about Trungpa Rinpoche. Even when he was very young, he was extremely knowledgeable. He gave the Rinchen Terdzö empowerment when he was very young, which is very long and very difficult. He learned all the different aspects of buddhist philosophy very easily, and he learned dzogchen meditation from Khenpo Gangshar, who was a very great siddha. After he left Tibet, he studied English and he developed great insight into how to teach dharma in the west. He is the one who first opened the gates of dharma in the West. He was a great scholar, and a very great teacher.

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Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche was born in Nepal in 1975, and studied with his father, Tulku Urgyen and other great masters. Rinpoche teaches actively in the West and is known for his ability to convey the Buddhist teachings clearly and skillfully. One of his current projects is the establishment of Tergar Institute in Bodhgaya, India, an international center for traditional Karma Kagyu study and practice.