Kensur Rinpoche Lobsang Phende to Give Chakrasamvara Initiation and Commentary in April 2023

At the request of Gelong Lobsang Thardoe from Nepal, and many other Lamas and monks within the lineage from around the world, the abbot emeritus of Shar Gaden, Kyabje Kensur Rinpoche Lobsang Phende has compassionately accepted the request to confer the initiation and commentary of Chakrasamvara (Tib: Heruka) in the tradition of Ghantapa (Tib: Drilbupa), consists of both a five-deity practice and a body-mandala practice, to an assembly of Lamas and monks from India and Nepal primarily, starting on April 21st 2023, which falls on the first day of the third month of the Tibetan calendar.

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Kyabje Kensur Rinpoche Lobsang Phende received the powerful practice of Chakrasamvara from the junior tutor of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang decades ago, and Kensur Rinpoche has been keeping his commitments, vows and practice pure since then. In Kensur Rinpoche’s own words, he said:

“I am very honoured and happy to pass down the precious lineage to the younger generation. There is no other greater merit (that could be accumulated) than passing down the unbroken and pure lineage.”

Kensur Labrang is hereby announcing this wonderful event for many to rejoice, and at the same time opening up the opportunity for devotees from around the world to make offerings to the initiation and teaching which will last for months. Your monetary offering will go to the ceremony and teaching itself, and to the food and tea for the assembly of Lamas and monks who are going to participate in the initiation and the teaching. It is extremely meritorious to make this offering because by doing so, you are indirectly preserving the lineage by supporting the event and these Lamas and monks who are going to receive the practice, for they are the people who are going to keep the lineage alive by practicing it and passing it down to future generations.

For more information or to make an offering, please contact Kensur Labrang’s assistant Gen Tserab-la by:

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