曲迦仁波切简介

曲迦仁波切(Chogyal Rinpoche )于 1985 年出生在尼泊尔。五岁时,他如愿进 入十六世大法宝王噶玛巴创建的隆德寺(RumtekMonastery)开始了僧侣生涯。在 往后的十年里,仁波切在隆德寺和如尔满寺(Zurmang)如饥似渴地学习佛教知识, 认真专注地研习各种禅修方法,他不仅记诵数百本藏传佛教的经典法册,还熟悉 和掌握了各种仪式的礼仪礼规,包括沙坛城的准备、寺庙不同法器的弹奏和神圣 的金刚舞仪式的演习。2000 年,仁波切开始到宗萨佛学院(Dzongsar BuddhistInstitute)和夏玛仁波切所创立的 Shri Divakar 佛学院继续学习佛教 哲学,修习瑜伽和冥想课程。2010 年 2 月,仁波切毕业 Diwakar Buddhist Academy,获得佛教哲学堪布的学位。

2010 年至 2013 年间,仁波切到达西藏的冈仁波齐峰(Mt.Kailash),与那里的冥 想大师(Ripas)和瑜伽行者(Yogis)一起进行冥想;他也曾经历数月,和噶举派 (Kagyu)与宁玛派(Nyingma)的瑜伽行者一起分享冥想的知识和经验。

此后,仁波切广泛游历了 20 多个国家以学习伊斯兰教、基督教、印度教和锡克 教等不同宗教,寻求对不同宗教的更好理解;他也潜心探索心理科学,专门到苏 黎世的大学心理学专业深造,积极研究用宗教与科学相结合的方法来帮助现代人 突破心理困境。不断的学习与修行增强了仁波切帮助众生的实践热情,他在尼泊 尔、瑞士、德国、中国、印度、泰国、马来西亚等数十个国家的很多地方教授佛 教哲学和冥想,与大家分享他 25 年的修行经验。

2015 年,仁波切结合自己 20 多年来的的佛法理论和实修经验开设了为期三年的 日巴禅修课程,目前已有 120 多名来自中国大陆的学员和 60 多名来自欧洲的学 员参加学习。

早在 2002 年,仁波切就在父亲的帮助下创立了舍尚孤儿院(Sertshang Orphanage Home),从此开始了致力于非营利组织,帮助穷困民众的行动。今天,这个位于加德满都的孤儿院已经成为 63 个孩子的家。2007 年,他在印度的噶伦堡为贫困 孩子创建 My Peace 音乐学院,至今已有 33 个无法付出昂贵学费的孩子开启了他 们的音乐梦想。2011 年,他在中国的地震灾区玉树建立了医学研究所,支持了23 位贫困儿童学习藏医。2013 年,他为尼泊尔一个照顾着 27 位艾滋病孤儿的孤 儿院提供了帮助;2014 年,他接管西藏地区的一个闭关中心,支持 7 位瑜伽行 者进行了 3 年零 3 个月的冥想修行。

2014 年 9 月,仁波切在加德满都正式创立了 BIA(Bodhisattvas in Action)组 织。这个命名为菩萨在行动的组织致力于帮助相对贫困的人们提高生活水平,帮 助希望探索人生真理的人们提升智慧,并基于三个支柱来实现其目标:慈悲心、禅修以及智慧。有很多不同国家的志愿者受到了仁波切的鼓舞加入到了其中,帮 助他人的动机和勇气使他们在佛法修行的路上继续前进。

短短一年的时间,BIA 已在尼泊尔成立了 12 所专为残疾人开办的手工艺制作学 院,残疾人接受培训后,可以有能力通过劳动维持自己的日常生活。BIA 已经帮 助许多残疾人改变了他们的生活轨迹,甚至让这些无助的人感到他们可以帮助其 他的人,拥有一个不需要依赖他人的生活

2015 年 4 月 25 日尼泊尔发生灾难性的地震后,BIA 组建了来自不同国家志愿者的救援团队,运送分发救灾物资,修建临时避难所,提供卫生保健设施和药物。 此外, BIA 救援队在受影响的地区提供了儿童关照,专家们通过指导孩子们画画、谈心等活动,帮助他们治愈心理创伤。

仁波切还通过吟唱心咒的方式传播佛法,目前他已录制三张《菩萨心咒》的 CD 专辑,共演唱了 9 首心咒,未来他计划录制 108 首心咒。

曲迦仁波切以他的行动,向世人展示了如何积极地参与到精神世界和现实社会的 活动中,去创建更美好的世界。

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曲迦仁波切简介

曲迦仁波切(Chogyal Rinpoche )于 1985 年出生在尼泊尔。五岁时,他如愿进 入十六世大法宝王噶玛巴创建的隆德寺(RumtekMonastery)开始了僧侣生涯。在 往后的十年里,仁波切在隆德寺和如尔满寺(Zurmang)如饥似渴地学习佛教知识, 认真专注地研习各种禅修方法,他不仅记诵数百本藏传佛教的经典法册,还熟悉 和掌握了各种仪式的礼仪礼规,包括沙坛城的准备、寺庙不同法器的弹奏和神圣 的金刚舞仪式的演习。2000 年,仁波切开始到宗萨佛学院(Dzongsar BuddhistInstitute)和夏玛仁波切所创立的 Shri Divakar 佛学院继续学习佛教 哲学,修习瑜伽和冥想课程。2010 年 2 月,仁波切毕业于 Diwakar Buddhist Academy,获得佛教哲学堪布的学位。

2010 年至 2013 年间,仁波切到达西藏的冈仁波齐峰(Mt.Kailash),与那里的冥 想大师(Ripas)和瑜伽行者(Yogis)一起进行冥想;他也曾经历数月,和噶举派 (Kagyu)与宁玛派(Nyingma)的瑜伽行者一起分享冥想的知识和经验。

जीवनी छोटकारीमा

छोग्याल रिम्पोचेको जन्म ई । सं । १९८५ , नेपालमा भएको थियो । उनको बिहारिक जिवन ५ बर्षको उमेरमा नै सिक्किमको रुम्तेक तथा जुर्मङ बिहारबाट शुभआरम्भ भएको हो । जहाँ उनले १० बर्ष सम्म ध्यान र बज्रयानी बिधीको अभ्यास गर्नु भएको थियो । त्यस पश्चात श्री दिवाकर बुद्धिस्ट ईन्स्टिच्युट जोङ्गसर बुद्धिस्ट फिल्लिपिन्स मा १० बर्ष अध्ययन गर्नु भएका थिए । २०१० मा उहाँले बुद्धिस्ट दर्शन विषयमा खेन्पो डिग्री प्राप्त गरी स्नातकोत्तर गर्नुभयो । २०१० देखि २०१३ सम्म उनी चीनको बिभिन्न ठाँउ विषेश गरी तिब्बत भ्रमणमा रहनुभयो । रिपास तथा योगिहरु समिप गएर कैलाश पर्बतमा निकै समय ब्यतित पनि गर्नुभयो । उनि संसारको २० भन्दा बढी देशहरु पुगी ज्ञान प्राप्ति को लागी बिभिन्न धार्मिक बिषयबस्तुहरु जस्तै ईसाईवाद , हिन्दुवाद , ईस्लाम ईत्यादी को सुक्ष्मरुपमा अध्ययन गर्नुभयो । साथै स्विट्जरल्यान्ड बाट मनोबिज्ञान बिषयमा पनि धेरै अध्ययन पुरा गर्नुभएको छ । विश्वमा नै शान्ति, माया, कृपा, ज्ञान र ध्यान को दियो जलाउनको लागी तत्पर उनी अहिले होप म्यागेजिन सँगको सहकार्यमा आध्यात्मिक तथा सामाजिक गतिबिधिहरुमा कृयाशील भएर अघि बढी रहनुभएको छ ।

Short Biography

Chogyal Rinpoche’s destiny was defined at his birth. Born in 1985 in a Buddhist family, the Rinpoche showed signs of possessing divine wisdom as a toddler — even before gaining the ability to speak. In pursuit of realizing the ultimate intention of his life, he entered monastic life at the age of five. Rumtek monastery, at Sikkim, laid as the first stepping stone of his spiritual journey where he went on to live a monastic life for another ten more years practicing the basics of Buddhist rituals.

Upon completion of the monastic studies, Chogyal Rinpoche developed a keen interest in philosophy. He spent ten more years of his life as a scholor of philosophy at Dzongsar and Shri Diwakar Buddhist Institute graduating in 2010. To further enhance his spiritual and philosophical wisdom, the Rinpoche took a role of a traveling monk. During this period, he traveled from mountains to mountains further strengthening his divine abilities.

Though a Buddhist practitioner, Chogyal Rinpoche has studied the approaches of the different religion of the sub-continent. He says that the core value of every religion lies in happiness; despite the methods vary from one religion to another. Therefore, to attain personal satisfaction and bring about smiles in faces, Chogyal Rinpoche has been actively engaged in re-establishing the underprivileged children and physically disabled individuals through various BIA approaches.

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Extended Biography

Early Childhood

Chogyal Rinpochhe was born in 1985 to a Tibet based businessman father and a Nepali mother in Kathmandu’s Baudha vicinity. Prior to being recognized as the chosen incarnation of Gacha Gomchen — a highly revered Tibetan mediation guru ,Chogyal Rinpochhe spent most of his childhood in Kathmandu with his parents. Series of miraculous incidents surrounded the baby incarnation from a very young age. It is said that he took up the meditation asana from the mere age of one year. Even before obtaining the fundamental basics required for a normal human being to process thoughts, Chogyal Rinpochhe showed keen interest in meditating. His parents, to this day, remember the times he spent in the sacred meditation posture in front of a statue, like a revered guru, in his parents’ home. He was fond of a Buddhist beaded thread lying around the Baudha house.

Despite the utterly strange persona the young Rinpoche showed, his parents continued life as destined to live until they went to take blessings from H.H Shakya. The high lama instantaneously recognized the young Rinpoche’s powers and declared him special. He further went on to proclaim that Chogyal Rinpoche, as time matures him, will go on to help the needy ones.

The aftermath of the meeting with H.H Shakya drastically compelled the Rinpoche’s parents to perceive their baby boy as a wise master. Hence, at their residence, numerous cleansing and purification worships were conducted. Prayers and mass gathering from learned lamas went on to become a common site at his new residence at Chabahil as time passed by.

At five, Chogyal Rinpoche’s life took a turn towards a more spiritual side. Despite his mother’s persistence on getting him to join the kindergarten for normal education, the Rinpoche denied repetitively. He stood tenaciously on his stubborn desire. He, disregarding his mother’s wish, insisted on opting on the monastic life. It was then that his father recognized his destiny and allowed him to pursue the fate the greater powers had instilled for him.

At a tender age of five years old Chogyal Rinpoche left Nepal in search for greater wisdom. He was left to spend the remainder of his childhood away from the comforts of his family in a foreign country. Chogyal Rinpoche was lived and learned among a mass of Buddhist monks at the 16th Avatari Karmapa’s monastery at Sikkim – India.

Monastic Life at Sikkim

The 16th Karmapa’s monastery – Rumte Gumba– was located amidst isolation, in the middle of a Jungle. The monastery homed over 300 monks including more than 20 reincarnated (avatari) lamas. In the mass of high spiritual dignitaries, Chogyal Rinpoche was the youngest. He says it was a big decision that he and his family took. Life wasn’t at all easy at the monastery. It took the young Rinpoche more than a week to recover from the trauma of leaving his house and parents behind. Chogyal Rinpoche recalls spending most of his time crying and therefore regretting the harsh decision he took. It wasn’t until he befriended other younger monks his pains eased.

Apart from the Rumte Gumba, where he spent eight years of his life starting from 1989, Chogyal Rinpoche also spent two years in Surma Gumba. A total of ten years were spent in monasteries practicing the daily disciplined monastic rituals. He recalls waking up early at 3 o’ clock to perform religious rituals on a daily basis for ten years. Apart from the rituals that included intensive praying, the monks, including the Rinpoche, were made to memorize books upon books and learn to play prayer based musical instruments.

Each mantra encrypted in the Tibetan books and every instrument had their unique significance. In the ten years he spent in the Gumba, Chogyal Rinpoche learned to communicate with the dead souls and also call upon deities for different ceremonies.

Upon completing the monastic curriculum, Chogyal Rinpoche decided to broaden his spectrum on spiritualism. Hence, from mid-1999, he started his journey to reach the depths of Buddhist philosophy. Him joining philosophy was the result of his dissatisfaction with the mere surficial knowledge he gained just by memorizing prayers and mysticism. The Rinpoche, who was at his early teen, chose Jonchor Buddhist Institute at Himachal Pradesh as his learning grounds for Buddhist philosophy. Chogyal Rinpoche would go on to spend two years of his life at the institute learning the meaning of Buddhism and entering the secret realm disjoined from the understanding of a normal human being.

The philosophy studies were closely associated with the contemporary education system, except that it had its roots focused on Buddhism. Based on the religion, scholars studied history, psychology and evolution, mind existence and geography. It opened doors to a broader understanding of Buddhism under the guidance of philosophy dignitaries. The course gave Chogyal Rinpoche the true purpose of studying philosophy and understanding life beyond the surficial knowledge.

However, it wasn’t an easy task for Chogyal Rinpoche to understand what lay in front of him. Also being the youngest lama scholar, took the challenges to a whole new level. The transition from the monastic learning to the philosophy was nowhere close to being easy. Chogyal Rinpoche had to invest a lot of time for a year to get familiar with his curriculum. Contrary to the monastery, where everything was based memory skills, philosophical teaching focused on understanding the core value of every lesson taught.

Nevertheless, as the Rinpoche got to understand the teaching of philosophy, he saw the world with a new perspective. He found the world to be different than what the eyes offer to see with vastly spread wings. The Rinpoche puts his understanding of the world and philosophy as a composition of endless layers of possibilities.

He says the debates that took place with fellow students on a daily basis helped him nurture. The institute had the provision for students to debate on different subject matters. Based on the commentary of masters, each student was made to analyze the teachings presented in the classroom and put forth their own perspective on it. Each student presented their own theory and debated until they met a common ground. These debates often lasted for over three hours.

Each debater had to convince his fellow opponent with theories. Since philosophy covered vast grounds, it was impossible for the two to settle on a common mindset instantly. These debates were so captivating that the Rinpoche recalls missing dinner.

Recognition, enthronement and the remainder of philosophy studies

While still adjusting with the tough philosophy curriculum at Jonchor Buddhist Institute – Himachal Pradesh, Chogyal Rinpoche received a letter from H.H Samarpa Rinpoche. The letter revealed the basics of his past life. It also asked him to travel to Kalingpong — to learn of his past life.

Upon consultation with his parents, Chogyal Rinpoche agreed to live and study Kalingpong in the end of 2001. The following year, Chogyal Rinpoche was enthroned during the inauguration of the Buddhist Institution, with the blessings of H.H Samarpa Rinpoche.

H.H Samarpa Rinpoche revealed Chogyal Rinpoche was the reincarnation of one of Gacha Gomchen, a meditation master at the Churpu Gumba – located around 30 Km from Lhasa. During the 14th – 15th century AD, Gacha Gomchen taught meditation alongside the 4th incarnation of Samarpa Rinpoche.

With Chogyal Rinpoche’s brief background in philosophy studies, H.H Samarpa requested that he formally teach at the Buddhist Institute. However, Chogyal Rinpoche denied the request due to his immaturity in the subject. Nevertheless, he took tuitions despite him still studying in the third year. His daily routine hence was more dedicated towards teaching and meditation. For over 16 hours in a day, he kept himself occupied with the lessons and meditation. This saga continued for three straight years.

Things took a turn in Chogyal Rinpoche’s 6th year in philosophy studies. Destiny chose a sudden transposition from student to a formal teacher for him. While still studying, Chogyal Rinpoche also taught his juniors. His faculty included the highly respected Sempa Dorje – who also taught the Rinpoche – as well as other Khempus (professors).

Chogyal Rinpoche remained a dedicated student scholar and teacher till the end of 2009. During this course, he also showed interest in philanthropic deeds. While most of his pupils spent their off days with recreational activities – mainly sports — Chogyal Rinpoche roamed around villages preaching the values of Buddhism. He introduced himself to people who had only heard about reincarnations like himself but never seen one. His contributions ranged from education to music to even health care. With his personal funds, he took along medical camps to leprosy centers which had been completely disregarded by the society. With his initiation, his team put up a petition to support the leapers. Furthermore, he personally contributed to change the deteriorated condition of the leprosy center by renovating necessary infrastructures.

His contributions also aided the local blind school, which he provided proper music classes with. Also, the children living in the isolated slum areas benefitted with music classes. The latter – Kalingpong Music Institute , became his first ever India-based registered institution, after Nepal’s 2001 established SOH orphanage home.

The music institution was mainly to motivate slum children. These children, who were bound to watch the more financially able counterpart play instruments, were provided with an equal opportunity through the institution. In 2007, in a rented room at Kalingpong, the small-scaled music institute was inaugurated. At that time, there was a total of 12 underprivileged children. Dawa sir, a resident music teacher, volunteered to teach to play the violin. The institution is still in operation today at a relatively bigger scale.

Religious viewpoint

Chogyal Rinpoche highly revered the principles of Mother Teresa. As a result, he took up to volunteer in Mother Teresa’s missionary project. There, he went on to know more about her contributions to the society which further touched and inspired him. He says, “Mother Teresa’s compassion and her undying efforts in uplifting lives touched me. She’s been a big inspiration. She has always shown unconditional love.” Her blessing did not only shower upon the Christian fraternity but also non-Christians. Mother Teresa’s influence on people of other race and religion also got Chogyal Rinpoche to partake in religious activities of non-Buddhist communities. Apart from being a part of the Christian based Mother Teresa’s missionary project, Chogyal Rinpoche also went to Masjid and learned the Quran. He also visited Hindu shrines and recited Bhajans along with other devotees.

Exploring multiple religions not only gave the Rinpoche a better understanding of people but also enabled him to reach the core values of each religion. He concluded to a point that all religions helped guide their disciples to happiness. The outer shell showing the path varied to some extent but the inner fundamentals always led its path to spiritual happiness.

From Rinpoche to a Journeyman

11138066_1652606341636547_4140423397617659369_nChogyal Rinpoche completed his Khempo degree, dubbed as the highest academic degree in Buddhism studies in 2010. In the convocation ceremony commemorating the graduation of the batch, Chogyal Rinpoche experienced a gush of incompleteness. The end of his academic training made him realize the mere beginning of a larger institution beyond books and classes – the practicality of life. This feeling couldn’t help but make him feel dissatisfied. Furthermore, from his analysis as a student, he found the learning methods heavily influenced by money.

Also, the Rinpoche did not realize liberation and felt the teachings were more inclined towards the memorizing technique. Or, at least the students were fed what the teachers or gurus believed. Despite being a teacher himself, he found a self-controlled mind lacking in most of his students and counterparts. Soon, he decided to give up the copy-paste life that most was fascinated with.

Chogyal Rinpoche then set out on a meditation retreat for three years and three months. On normal circumstances, when a monk sets out to a meditation retreat, he often chooses to isolate himself from the rest of the world and spend his time in one monastery room or a cave. But Chogyal Rinpoche chose to roam around with a free spirit and mind. In order to do so, he gave up his title and the monk attire but traveled as a spiritual journey in search of answers to many questions he had within himself. However, though rare, this journey of a free journeyman was not at all a fresh cult. Rather, this was a practice that had been in practice by yogis from the 5th century.

His ultimate goal throughout this journey was to identify himself. In pursuit of answers, he traveled along the banks of the Ganges in Haridwar, Varanasi and Rishikesh to the mountains in Tibet. In this due course, he always anticipated bumping onto a learned sadhu who would reveal of his past lives. However, this occurrence of taking place seemed very faint. Nonetheless, in one encounter with a sadhu in Varanasi, Chogyal Rinpoche was told that he was a reincarnation of a king. This provided him a pale beam of hope encouraging the Rinpoche to travel further up the shore of the Ganges River. In the five months long search of meeting a guru who would reveal of his past life, he met numerous sadhus but in the end was left without the answer.

From the Ganges, he decided to embark his journey to Mount Kailash – the home of the almighty Shiva. Upon reaching the Kailasha vicinity, he was shocked to find flocks of tourists in the area. Yet, he kept his morale high, hoping to find a master in one of the nooks of the Kailash Parbat. He was left disappointed there as well. He then descended down to a less dense Mansarovar lake and then to Lhasa in quest of his answer.

Meeting an old counterpart

From Lhasa, Chogyal Rinpoche journeyed to East Tibet to seek knowledge from gurus. His requests were sometimes fulfilled while at other instances, the gurus rejected him. He traveled from one mountain to another to reach out to the Tibetan masters. During his travel, Chogyal Rinpoche also had to spend time in the barren roads and even beg. This life in the Chinese province totally contradicted the life that he had in India. Though life in Tibet had its own hardships, it was a true awakening for him.

On a day prior to one full moon night, Chogyal Rinpoche reached a monastery in East Tibet. The guru of the monastery only met disciples on that particular day every month. The monastery situated over 4000 meters over sea level turned out to be the most remarkable landmark of his journey. He met one of his nearest connections of his past life – Repa Thultim Tharchen– the head guru of the East Tibet monastery.

On meeting the Tibetan guru, Chogyal Rinpoche was briefed about his past life. The Tibetan Guru, with tears of joy running down his eyes, also asked him to stay as there was so a lot to catch up on, between the two of them.

At Repa Thultim Tharchen’s monastery, Chogyal Rinpoche also took up intense training. He was a part of the deep spiritual Vajrayana training, inner mind training. Along with these training, he also learned newer techniques of meditation and also got to flip through the pages of his past Tibetan life via Repa Thultim Tharchen’s storytelling. However, Chogyal Rinpoche fell short of visualizing his past lives on his own. This led him into doubting himself as a reincarnation. Nonetheless, the Tibetan guru assured him that he was the chosen one and helped him polish techniques that enabled him to open windows of his past life. With patience and practice, Chogyal Rinpoche finally succeeded in going across the other spectrum and seeing his life in different forms.

Stronger meditation

When asked why people forgot their past lives and couldn’t recall despite harsh attempts, he explained shock to be the main reason. A spirit experiences two major shocks. The first one occurs when the body dies. Death casts a veil on the life immediately compelling soul to forget the major incident. The mid-journey that takes from existing one body to entering another also creates complications. Ultimately, while taking form in a new body, the soul experiences another major shock which completely erases all past memories.

Present

Despite enjoying the life as a wandering Yogi, Chogyal Rinpoche had to get back to the society. He had responsibilities of many other lives. Giving continuity to the philanthropic deeds, he had started, had always been an area of concern. He knew he had a gift and the Rinpoche always wanted serve the needy to his capability. Hence, he returned from his retreat. Currently, Chogyal Rinpoche, along with many of his well-wishers, reaches out to the needy and helps them reestablish their pride and dignity in the society.

 

曲迦仁波切简介

曲迦仁波切(Chogyal Rinpoche )于 1985 年出生在尼泊尔。五岁时,他如愿进 入十六世大法宝王噶玛巴创建的隆德寺(RumtekMonastery)开始了僧侣生涯。在 往后的十年里,仁波切在隆德寺和如尔满寺(Zurmang)如饥似渴地学习佛教知识, 认真专注地研习各种禅修方法,他不仅记诵数百本藏传佛教的经典法册,还熟悉 和掌握了各种仪式的礼仪礼规,包括沙坛城的准备、寺庙不同法器的弹奏和神圣 的金刚舞仪式的演习。2000 年,仁波切开始到宗萨佛学院(Dzongsar BuddhistInstitute)和夏玛仁波切所创立的 Shri Divakar 佛学院继续学习佛教 哲学,修习瑜伽和冥想课程。2010 年 2 月,仁波切毕业于 Diwakar Buddhist Academy,获得佛教哲学堪布的学位。

2010 年至 2013 年间,仁波切到达西藏的冈仁波齐峰(Mt.Kailash),与那里的冥 想大师(Ripas)和瑜伽行者(Yogis)一起进行冥想;他也曾经历数月,和噶举派 (Kagyu)与宁玛派(Nyingma)的瑜伽行者一起分享冥想的知识和经验。

छोग्याल रिम्पोचे

छोग्याल रिम्पोचेको जन्म ई. सं. १९८५ , नेपालमा भएको थियो । उनको बिहारिक जिवन ५ बर्षको उमेरमा नै सिक्किमको रुम्तेक तथा जुर्मङ बिहारबाट शुभआरम्भ भएको हो । जहाँ उनले १० बर्ष सम्म ध्यान र बज्रयानी बिधीको अभ्यास गर्नु भएको थियो । त्यस पश्चात श्री दिवाकर बुद्धिस्ट ईन्स्टिच्युट जोङ्गसर बुद्धिस्ट फिल्लिपिन्स मा १० बर्ष अध्ययन गर्नु भएका थिए । २०१० मा उहाँले बुद्धिस्ट दर्शन विषयमा खेन्पो डिग्री प्राप्त गरी स्नातकोत्तर गर्नुभयो ।
२०१० देखि २०१३ सम्म उनी चीनको बिभिन्न ठाँउ विषेश गरी तिब्बत भ्रमणमा रहनुभयो । रिपास तथा योगिहरु समिप गएर कैलाश पर्बतमा निकै समय ब्यतित पनि गर्नुभयो । उनि संसारको २० भन्दा बढी देशहरु पुगी ज्ञान प्राप्ति को लागी बिभिन्न धार्मिक बिषयबस्तुहरु जस्तै ईसाईवाद , हिन्दुवाद , ईस्लाम ईत्यादी को सुक्ष्मरुपमा अध्ययन गर्नुभयो । साथै स्विट्जरल्यान्ड बाट मनोबिज्ञान बिषयमा पनि धेरै अध्ययन पुरा गर्नुभएको छ ।
विश्वमा नै शान्ति, माया, कृपा, ज्ञान र ध्यान को दियो जलाउनको लागी तत्पर उनी अहिले होप म्यागेजिन सँगको सहकार्यमा आध्यात्मिक तथा सामाजिक गतिबिधिहरुमा कृयाशील भएर अघि बढी रहनुभएको छ ।

Chogyal Rinpoche

Chogyal Rinpoche’s destiny was defined at his birth. Born in 1985 in a Buddhist family, the Rinpoche showed signs of possessing divine wisdom as a toddler — even before gaining the ability to speak. In pursuit of realizing the ultimate intention of his life, he entered monastic life at the age of five. Rumtek monastery, at Sikkim, laid as the first stepping stone of his spiritual journey where he went on to live a monastic life for another ten more years practicing the basics of Buddhist rituals.

Upon completion of the monastic studies, Chogyal Rinpoche developed a keen interest in philosophy. He spent ten more years of his life as a scholor of philosophy at Dzongsar and Shri Diwakar Buddhist Institute graduating in 2010. To further enhance his spiritual and philosophical wisdom, the Rinpoche took a role of a traveling monk. During this period, he traveled from mountains to mountains further strengthening his divine abilities.

Though a Buddhist practitioner, Chogyal Rinpoche has studied the approaches of the different religion of the sub-continent. He says that the core value of every religion lies in happiness; despite the methods vary from one religion to another. Therefore, to attain personal satisfaction and bring about smiles in faces, Chogyal Rinpoche has been actively engaged in re-establishing the underprivileged children and physically disabled individuals through various BIA approaches.

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