Khenzur Nyima Wangyal Rinpoche: Dzogchen-Kurs
Freitag, 25. Januar 2019, 19:00 - 21:00
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Khenzur Nyima Wangyal Rinpoche: Dzogchen-Kurs

25./26./27.01.2019 Dzogchen im Alltag

  • Freitag, 25.01.2019 19.00-21.00 Uhr
  • Samstag, 26.01.2019 14.00-19.00 Uhr
  • Sonntag, 27.01.2019 10.00-15.00 Uhr

Kosten: gesamter Kurs 120 Euro / Mitglieder 100 Euro

Dieser Kurs vermittelt die höchsten und subtilsten Lehren der tibetischen Tradition, das Dzogchen. Es werden außerdem die täglichen Rituale des Wasser- und Rauchopfers gemeinsam eingeübt und praktiziert.

Khenzur Nyima Wangyal Rinpoche was born in 1961 in the Tibetan refugee camp of Pokhara, Nepal. (His parents had fled Tibet across the Himalayas in 1959.) In 1962, they moved to a Tibetan settlement founded in Dhorpaten, Dhaulagiri province, western Nepal. This is where Nyima Wangyal grew up, with his brother and sister.
He learnt Tibetan alphabet and reading from his father. He was eight years old when his father passed away. He was then raised and educated in the traditional Tibetan way by his uncle Khenpo Khyungtsün Dongrig Sonam Gyaltsen Rinpoche, who had been sent to Nepal from Menri Monastery, (refounded after exile in India), to become the 2nd abbot of the Bon Monastery of Dhorpaten (founded by Lama Tsultrim Nyima Rinpoche, the father of Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung Rinpoche). It was the first Bon monastery in exile.
Khenpo Sonam Gyaltsen Rinpoche taught him reading/writing, prayers and rituals. He was a very serious teacher, a very good practitioner, and so skilled at calligraphy that he was often commissioned to copy texts, notably the Atri Preliminary text, the twelve volumes of Ziji (the biography of Tonpa Shenrab Miwo), the Gyalwei Chagtri, two volumes of Gyalshen Namthar (collection of commentaries by Yongdzin Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche) and numerous ritual texts, all published in New Delhi, India.
Many Bonpo masters spent time in the Monastery of Dhorpaten. From Menri Monastery (Tibet) the 32nd Abbot Sherab Lodrö Rinpoche, Yongdzin Sangyej Tenzin Rinpoche, Yongdzin Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche, and many high lamas from Dolpo, Nepal.
In 1976, following the request of his uncle, Nyima Wangyal received from Yongdzin Rinpoche the Dzogchen Atri teaching instructions and transmission (lung) for the first time. During the summer, he also received the initiation (wang) of Du Tri Su from Yongdzin Rinpoche, during a seven-day ceremony Du Tri Su Drubpa prepared by Khenpo Sonam Gyaltsen Rinpoche for the people of Dhorpaten.
In 1977, Nyima Wangyal was taken by his uncle to Menri Monastery, in Dolanji (near Solan), North India. There he became a monk and was handed over to Yongdzin Rinpoche to receive his teachings and to serve him as his personal assistant.
Nyima Wangyal lived with Yongdzin Rinpoche until 1995. Yongdzin Rinpoche is his root master and main spiritual teacher. With him he had the great opportunity of meeting great Bonpo masters from Tibet.
In 1978, Nyima Wangyal joined the newly opened dialectic school at Menri. That same year, his mother passed away in Dhorpaten, Nepal.
In 1979, at Menri Monastery, Nyima Wangyal received the initiation of the complete Shardza Tashi Gyaltsen Dzogchen cycle and other Dzogchen initiations from Drupwang Tsondü Rinpoche, who was the Drupdra Khenpo of Khyungpo Ri Tse Druk Monastery in Tibet, a lineage holder of the Shardza tradition, being the disciple of the first Shardzi Gyaltsab Jalüpa Lodrö Gyatso.
In 1984, Nyima Wangyal received all the initiations (outer, inner, secret) and transmissions of all the yidams of the Bon tradition from His Holiness the 33rd Abbot of Menri Lungtok Tenpai Nyima Rinpoche and His Eminence Yongdzin Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche.
In 1986, Nyima Wangyal concluded his Bon studies at Menri Monastery under the guidance of H.H. the 33rd Abbot, H.E. Yongdzin Rinpoche and Geshe Larampa Tsondü Gongphel, and was awarded the Geshe degree (equivalent to a PhD) after several years of systematic study of the Bon philosophy and psychology.
In the following summer, Yongdzin Rinpoche travelled to Tibet (for the first time since the Cultural Revolution) with Geshe Nyima Wangyal and Geshe Tenzin Wangyal. His main purpose was to visit his mother and to give advice to Bonpo lamas and monks on how to preserve and develop the Yungdrung Bon tradition. They visited all the Bonpo people in the three provinces of Tibet U-Tsang, Kham and Amdo. Rinpoche gave teachings and initiations.
There, Nyima Wangyal met and connected to great lamas, yogis, and practitioners who survived the Cultural Revolution.
In Luphuk Gön Monastery (Hor in Kham), Geshe Nyima Wangyal received many rare initiations from the great Dzogchen practitioner Ragshi Togden Drimed Yungdrung Rinpoche.
In the fall of 1986, Yongdzin Rinpoche founded the Triten Norbutse Monastery on the northern hill of Kathmandu, Nepal. At the very beginning only Rinpoche and Geshe Nyima Wangyal lived there. It was the first Bon monastery in Kathmandu. In Nepal there was at that time no dialectic school, no extensive daily course of Bon study and philosophical debate.
In 1992, Yongdzin Rinpoche and Menri Trizin Rinpoche selected Geshe Nyima Wangyal as the first abbot of Triten Norbutse Monastery. He took care of all the daily needs of the monks. The same year, Yongdzin Rinpoche travelled again to Tibet, with Khenpo Nyima Wangyal. They visited many Bon monasteries and Yongdzin Rinpoche gave many teachings, transmissions and initiations.
In 1995, Khenpo Nyima Wangyal decided to leave the monastery and its monastic rules, in order to live as a Tibetan yogi in different countries, situations and circumstances. He felt, according to his nature, that this would be a good way to develop his practice of Dzogchen.
In 2001, at Triten Norbutse Monastery, he had the great opportunity to receive again all the Bon initiations from his root master Yongdzin Rinpoche. This was very good for Khenzur Nyima Wangyal as he experienced in his practice a much stronger connection to his root master. He was very happy because he felt the blessings of all the great Dzogchen masters.
From 2002, at Triten Norbutse Monastery, he had another opportunity to receive teachings from Yongdzin Rinpoche on the Dzogchen Zhang-Zhung Nyen-Gyüd, the Dzogchen Namkha Trul-Dzöd and the Ma-Gyüd (Mather Tantra) etc.
In 2002, following the advice of Yongdzin Rinpoche, Khenzur Nyima Wangyal started preparing different kinds of special Bon protection amulets. In Kathmandu, he created Künthub Sungkhor Khang, a workshop (still running and successful) where he started manufacturing high quality traditional amulets, with his wife and family. The spiritual mantra amulets are sent to Tibet, China, Nepal, India, Europe, America, Mexico, Canada, etc. Through this activity, Khenzur Nyima Wangyal shares his spiritual experience, helping others in their life and practice.
In 2013, Khenzur and his family settled near Paris, France.
Since November 2015, as organized by Shenten Dargye Ling (Blou, France), Khenzur Nyima Wangyal Rinpoche has been teaching meditation on a regular basis in Paris, to a Sangha/group of practitioners during evenings and weekends, and also in different countries abroad.

 

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