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Khenpo Sonam Gyurme was born in the centre of the Kyimo region of Nubri, Nepal, in 1972. He became a monk at Benchen Monastery, Shwayambhu, Nepal, in the presence of the 3rd Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche in 1990. He underwent monastic training according to the Karma Kamtsang tradition for four years and acted as a chant master (umze) for two years. He took full ordination from the supreme third incarnation of Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche and entered into the teachings of the Buddha in 1992. In 1996, in accordance with the wishes of His Eminence Sangy Nyenpa Rinpoche and Tenga Rinpoche, he went to the Dzongsar Shedra, Choekyi Lodro, in Bir, Northern India, where he studied for twelve years. His studies included the thirteen major philosophical texts, the eighteen renowned scriptures, the summarised sutras, science and culture. He lectured at Dzongsar Shedra for one year. In 2004, the Khenpo's Degree was bestowed on him by the supreme Choekyi Gyatso and Kyabje Khenchen Dorje Chang Kunga Wangchug, at Dzongsar Shedra.

As there were no Khenpoes at Benchen Monastery at that time, both Sangy Nyenpa Rinpoche and Tenga Rinpoche asked him to leave Dzongsar Shedra and return to Benchen to give Dharma instructions to the members of its ordained sangha. Upon his return, he was given the profound and vast empowerment ceremony of a Khenpo by both Rinpoches. He continued to teach at Benchen Phuntsok Dargyeling Monastery in Shwayambhu for three years. During this time, he received many important empowerments, transmissions and Instructions. Under the guidance of Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche, Khenpo Sonam assisted in developing the syllabus for the Benchen Nangten Thosesam Ling Shedra, which was founded by bothe Rinponches in Febraury of 2007 . At the time when the new shedra building in pharping was consecrated , he accepted the responsibility of Principle Khenpo and lecturer there and continues to hold this position.

Foreword

In An Introduction to the Six Types of Bardo: According to the words of my teachers, by Khenpo Sonam Gyurme, who is the principle Khenpo of Benchen Nangten Thosam Ling Institute, Khenpo draws from a rich tradition of scriptures. This meaningfully expressed work on Bardo will be an indispensable reference for practitioners. I offer my appreciation and prayers for this work to be beneficial to all who receive a profound connection through using it for study and practice.

Contents

  Forword by His Eminence SangyeNyenpa Rinpoche 1
  Technical notes 3
  About the author 4
  Author's preface 7
  The source of the teachings 9
  Bardo 12
1 The Bardo of the Present Life  
  The introduction 13
  How to Establish it as Something Meaningful 13
2 The Dream Bardo — Bardo of Double Delusion  
  The introduction 19
  How to meditate on that 20
3 The Bardo of Meditation  
  The introduction 23
  How to meditate on that 23
4 The Bardo of the Moment of Death  
  The introduction 29
  How to meditate on that 32
5 The Bardo of Dharmadhatu  
  The general introduction 35
  The individual introduction 35
  The Way the Peaceful Deities Arise  
  Day One 36
  Day Two 37
  Day Three 38
  Day Four 40
  Day Five 41
  Day Six 42
  The Gathering of the Pure Vidyadharas Day Seven 45
  The Way the Wrathful Deities Arise  
  Day Eight 47
  Day Nine 48
  Day Ten 48
  Day Eleven 49
  Day Twelve 50
  Day Thirteen 51
  Day Fourteen 58
  How to meditate on that 59
6 The Bardo of Becoming  
  The introduction 61
  How to meditate on that 63
  Conclusion 69
  Appendix 1 73
  Appendix 2 77
  Glossary 78

 

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Khenpo Sonam Gyurme was born in the centre of the Kyimo region of Nubri, Nepal, in 1972. He became a monk at Benchen Monastery, Shwayambhu, Nepal, in the presence of the 3rd Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche in 1990. He underwent monastic training according to the Karma Kamtsang tradition for four years and acted as a chant master (umze) for two years. He took full ordination from the supreme third incarnation of Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche and entered into the teachings of the Buddha in 1992. In 1996, in accordance with the wishes of His Eminence Sangy Nyenpa Rinpoche and Tenga Rinpoche, he went to the Dzongsar Shedra, Choekyi Lodro, in Bir, Northern India, where he studied for twelve years. His studies included the thirteen major philosophical texts, the eighteen renowned scriptures, the summarised sutras, science and culture. He lectured at Dzongsar Shedra for one year. In 2004, the Khenpo's Degree was bestowed on him by the supreme Choekyi Gyatso and Kyabje Khenchen Dorje Chang Kunga Wangchug, at Dzongsar Shedra.

As there were no Khenpoes at Benchen Monastery at that time, both Sangy Nyenpa Rinpoche and Tenga Rinpoche asked him to leave Dzongsar Shedra and return to Benchen to give Dharma instructions to the members of its ordained sangha. Upon his return, he was given the profound and vast empowerment ceremony of a Khenpo by both Rinpoches. He continued to teach at Benchen Phuntsok Dargyeling Monastery in Shwayambhu for three years. During this time, he received many important empowerments, transmissions and Instructions. Under the guidance of Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche, Khenpo Sonam assisted in developing the syllabus for the Benchen Nangten Thosesam Ling Shedra, which was founded by bothe Rinponches in Febraury of 2007 . At the time when the new shedra building in pharping was consecrated , he accepted the responsibility of Principle Khenpo and lecturer there and continues to hold this position.

Foreword

In An Introduction to the Six Types of Bardo: According to the words of my teachers, by Khenpo Sonam Gyurme, who is the principle Khenpo of Benchen Nangten Thosam Ling Institute, Khenpo draws from a rich tradition of scriptures. This meaningfully expressed work on Bardo will be an indispensable reference for practitioners. I offer my appreciation and prayers for this work to be beneficial to all who receive a profound connection through using it for study and practice.

Contents

  Forword by His Eminence SangyeNyenpa Rinpoche 1
  Technical notes 3
  About the author 4
  Author's preface 7
  The source of the teachings 9
  Bardo 12
1 The Bardo of the Present Life  
  The introduction 13
  How to Establish it as Something Meaningful 13
2 The Dream Bardo — Bardo of Double Delusion  
  The introduction 19
  How to meditate on that 20
3 The Bardo of Meditation  
  The introduction 23
  How to meditate on that 23
4 The Bardo of the Moment of Death  
  The introduction 29
  How to meditate on that 32
5 The Bardo of Dharmadhatu  
  The general introduction 35
  The individual introduction 35
  The Way the Peaceful Deities Arise  
  Day One 36
  Day Two 37
  Day Three 38
  Day Four 40
  Day Five 41
  Day Six 42
  The Gathering of the Pure Vidyadharas Day Seven 45
  The Way the Wrathful Deities Arise  
  Day Eight 47
  Day Nine 48
  Day Ten 48
  Day Eleven 49
  Day Twelve 50
  Day Thirteen 51
  Day Fourteen 58
  How to meditate on that 59
6 The Bardo of Becoming  
  The introduction 61
  How to meditate on that 63
  Conclusion 69
  Appendix 1 73
  Appendix 2 77
  Glossary 78

 

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