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With Love, Compassion, Wisdom, Joy, And Equanimity, ChakraSamvara Center practices the practice the FOUR LIMITEDLESS PRAYERS in order to manifest these prayers.  To achieve this highest intention ChakraSamvara Center offers:





ChakraSamvara Center sponsors and supports in hosting the highest quality TEACHERS and PRACTITIONERS.  The Lamas, Rinpoches and Geshe La are trained in ALL lineages (Bon, Nigma, Shakya, Kayu, and Gelug). Teachers in other Modalities of diverse fields (Akashic Records, Jiu Jitsu, Qi Gong, Reiki Tummo, and Yoga) are highly respected

ChakraSamvara Center’s ultimate intention is that you receive ALL the blessings through healing, practices, and prayers. Use ALL of them, so when leave the Center, Footprints will be left to show that you took steps to move forward by leaving and dissolving the negative actions, negative emotions, and negative karma that no longer serve you any purpose.

As you continue to diligently work on yourself by utilizing the tools of practicing, praying, and receiving healing, your karmas and obstacles are removed, transformed, and dissolved, so you can move upward to transcend to become One with Emptiness, Compassion, and Consciousness: the perfect wisdom. This allows you to see and fully understand that E=MC^2, where the state of Emptiness is achieved by having a mind of consciousness and a mind of compassion. Emptiness is the path of complete liberation, wherein you will no longer leave footprints.

Different modalities and practices are offered to awaken your consciousness. Simultaneous work on all of these modalities and healings will help to intensify your spiritual awakening and provide a faster and more sufficient path.

Yoga awakens you to loosen up and remove the negative emotions that cause obstacles on one’s path. Loosen yourself up to flow like water so you can take on all shapes and forms. It fires you up to help you uncover all the layers of negative emotions to recognize your own identity through self love and independency.

Tibetan Buddhism makes the connection to EMPTIEDNESS through the recitation of the Heart Sutra.

The Sadhana Practice involves being present. When ALL negative emotions and obscurations are removed, this practice fires you up to connect you to your original state of Buddha nature. Then you can self generate to become one with EMPTIEDNESS, the Buddha for the sake of ALL sentient beings.

As you self generate and practice to become a female or male Buddha, reciting the King of Noble Prayer will help one to practice using the Bodhisattva way, the compassionate practice, opening one’s heart to help pray for people who are sick or dying.

Becoming one with EMPTIEDNESS, self generated in becoming the female or male Buddha extends the power of the bardo prayer, which helps non form souls that are stuck in the intermediate state. Due to a traumatic death or before their karmic contract is ended, the souls still caught in limbo, being in between the human realm and nirvana or Emptiness. This prayer can manifest the bridge that helps souls go home to God or EMPTIEDNESS or Buddha’s land of bliss.


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10 Things You Didn't Know About the Dalai Lama | World News | US News

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, is both the head of state and the spiritual leader of Tibet. He was born on 6 July 1935, to a farming family, in a small hamlet located in Taktser, Amdo, northeasternTibet.  At the age of two the child, who was named Lhamo Dhondup at that time was recognized as the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama, Thubten Gyatso.  The Dalai Lamas are believed to be manifestations of Avalokiteshvara or Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of Compassion and patron saint of Tibet.  Bodhisattvas are enlightened beings who have postponed their own nirvana and chosen to take rebirth in order to serve humanity.



Abbott Khensur Geshe Lharampa Lobsang Samten


At the age of 14, he joined one the great monasteries in Central Tibet, Palden Ngari Datsang, as a novice monk, taking novice vows and ordination from then Abbot Lobsang Jigme and was provided the ordination name of Lobsang Samten. Under the residence teachers Gen. Kunchok Gyaltsen and Kalsang he studied reading and writing the Tibetan alphabet

and also prayer recitation. At the age of 15, under Geshe Jamyang Gyatso and the great scholar Gen. Tsultrim Damdaul, he studied elementary Buddhist texts until he reached the Parchen class (Prajnaparamita: The Six Perfection).  From the age of 25 to 29, he studied  Namdel and under Tsangpa Gen. Sopa and others, he took part in Jamyang Gunchoe, having to travel with great difficulty for five days on foot with one month’s ration.

At the age of 30, he escaped to India after the invasion of Tibet by China, walking days and nights as did the other Gomang monks.  They stayed at Buxar in Northeast India. Because His Holiness the Dalai Lama noticed that only a small number of the monk population from the three great monasteries was able to flee to India, he requested the Indian Government to allow these monks to study their texts in order to preserve the religion, but this was difficult to do. At Buxar, Lobsang Samten received Bikhu ordination (full ordination) from the then senior tutor of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Ven. Ling Rinpoche.

Upon the request of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Indian Government, the Indian Central Government allotted some lands to Tibetan refugees for cultivation in order to sustain themselves. As a result, monasteries such as Sera and Kagyu monasteries were re-established in Bylakupee; whereas in Mundgod, monasteries such as Gaden, Drepung, Sakya and Nyima were re-established. During that time for three or four years, Lobsang Samten also did farming while he studied the Five Major Buddhist Treatises under Gen. Tsultrim Gyatso and Mongolian Khensur Ngawang Lobsang.

In 1973, at the age of 44 he obtained the Geshe Lharampa Degree and at Monam Chenmo he gave his Geshe Lharampa examination debate in front of Great scholars (Geshe Damcha).  In 1983, he was appointed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama as the Discipline Master of Drepung Gomang Monastery for a period of two years. He also served as Lama Shunglenba (Education Supervisor) of the monastery for four years. From 1990 till 1995, he observed a Yamakanta retreat.  At present Khensur Rinpoche is residing at Manali supervising the day to day work at Von Ngari

The Abbot’s and the older monks’ dedication is preserve all of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition that they collected in Tibet.  The Monastery cultivates on both heart and intellect with all the compassion and wisdom.  The Monastery provides a sanctuary for the nurturance of inner peace and kindness to the children who joined the Monastery in monkhood.  In implementing this vision, Von Ngari Monastery needs Funding to rebuild its old structural temple, food supplies, school materials, and clothing for these little enlighten future beings.  Your kindness as donors, sponsors will go directly to Monk Jampa Tenzin at the Monastery.

Your generous Donation has been able to improve the diet to the extent that all monk, especially the little monks, now receive daily tea and bread for breakfast; tea, bread and a vegetable dish for lunch; and a solid dinner in the evening. In addition, younger monks are provided with an egg each and also fresh fruit three times a week. This will increase the health and well being of these little monks’ body, heart and soul. Ten years ago tuberculosis, a disease rarely contracted in Tibet due to its high altitude, was the major cause of deaths at the monastery in India. Improved diets, food supplies and health care supplies will better monitor and treat TB cases. So this longer a life-threatening disease will not be that of their path so they can focus on receiving the dharma and manifesting these teachings of consciousness.


HAPPY 80th BIRTHDAY to VEN. LAMA KUNGA THARTSE RINPOCHE ***** Wishes for continuing long-life and good health : Ewam Choden Tibetan Buddhist Center

Lama Kunga Thartse Rinpoche

Lama Kunga Thartse Rinpoche was born into a noble family in Lhasa in 1935. At the age of 7, he was recognized as a reincarnation of Sevan Repa, a heart disciple of Milarepa, Tibet’s great 11th century poet-saint. Rinpoche entered Ngor Monastery at age eight and was ordained as a monk at age sixteen. In 1959, he became Vice-Abbot of Ngor Monastery, in the Sakya tradition, but fled through western Tibet with some of his countrymen at the time of Chinese invasion. Rinpoche came to America in 1972, and subsequently established the Ewam Choden Tibetan Buddhist Center in Kensington California. Lama Kunga has also taught in New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregon, Utah, Arkansas, Florida, southern California, and Hawaii. In addition to various classes in Buddhism and Vajrayana, Lama Kunga offers instruction in the Tibetan language and culture. With such a skilled and compassionate teacher, Lama Kunga Rinpoche’s students feel blessed by his close relationship to the Buddha Dharma and his kind generosity in sharing and teaching it.




Lama Migmar Tseten


Lama Migmar Tseten


Lama Migmar, a Buddhist Chaplain at Harvard University, received both  a traditional and a contemporary education in India. He graduated with an Acharya degree in 1979, first in his class out of all students from the four schools. He was awarded a medal for academic excellence by His Holiness The Dalai Lama. He was also recognized as Khenpo for his scholarship and service to the Dharma by His Holiness Sakya Trizin.




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Khenpo Pema Wangdak

Born in Purang in Western Tibet in 1954, Lama Pema Wandak‘s family escaped from Tibet in 1959 and eventually resettled in a refugee camp in Mundgod, South India. He is the only child of five in his family to have survived the escape. Lama Pema has been a monk since the age of 7 and is a student of His Holiness the Sakya Trizin and other great masters from the Sakya order of Tibetan Buddhism. A graduate of the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies in Benares, India, he received his Acharya (masters) degree from Sanskrit University in 1980. His Holiness the Sakya Trizin sent him to teach in the United States in 1982 as the first of the younger generation of Tibetan teachers in America from the Sakya School. Lama Pema is the creator of “Bur Yig”—Tibetan Braille. He has been guiding western students for over 20 years and continues to travel and teach extensively at Dharma centers around the world. His marvelous command of the English language and excelled wisdom and compassion have established him as a respected and renowned teacher in today’s world.


The Process of Death and Dying" by Geshe Ngawang Phende - YouTube

Geshe Ngawang Phende

Geshe Ngawang Phende was born in Nepal in 1968. As a little boy he became a monk at Drubthob Rinpoche’s monastery in Nepal for two years where he received his initial monastic training. He joined Drepung Loseling Monastery, south India in 1982 at the age of 12, where he successfully completed his monastic education and passed Geshe Lharampa examination in 2001. He then attended Guymey Monastery for further Tantric studies and stayed there for a year. Geshe Ngawang was the resident teacher at the Lam Rim Tibetan Buddhist Center in Johannesburg, South Africa for almost four years. Twice he has been on the Mystical Arts of Tibet tour and now, is one of the resident teachers at DLM.



Robert Thurman - Wikipedia

Robert Thurman


Robert Thurman is Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University, President of Tibet House US, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Tibetan civilization, and President of the American Institute of Buddhist Studies. The New York Times recently hailed him as “the leading American expert on Tibetan Buddhism.” The first American to have been ordained a Tibetan Buddhist monk and a personal friend of the Dalai Lama for over 40 years, Professor Thurman is a passionate advocate and spokesperson for the truth regarding the current Tibet-China situation and the human rights violations suffered by the Tibetan people under Chinese rule.




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Lama Glenn Mullin


Glenn H. Mullin is a Tibetologist, Buddhist writer, translator of classical Tibetan literature, and teacher of Tantric Buddhist meditation. He divides his time between writing, teaching, meditating, and leading tour groups to the power places of Nepal and Tibet. Glenn lived in the Indian Himalayas between 1972 and 1984, where he studied philosophy, literature, meditation, yoga, and the enlightenment culture under thirty-five of the greatest living masters of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. His two principal tantric gurus were the late great masters Kyabje Ling Dorjechang and and Kyabje Trijang Dorjechang, who were best known as Yongdzin Che Chung, the two main gurus of the present Dalai Lama.



Remembering a Great Teacher: the learned and inspiring Gelek Rimpoche of Jewel Heart International left behind a sparkling jewel of Dharma teachings by Lee Kane Category: Teachers The very learned and respected Gelek Rimpoche passed away April ...

Kyabje Gelek Rinpoche

Born in Lhasa, Tibet, in 1939, Kyabje Gelek Rinpoche was recognized as an incarnate lama at the age of four. Carefully tutored from an early age by some of Tibet’s greatest living masters, Rinpoche gained renown for his powers of memory, intellectual judgment and penetrating insight. As a small child living in a monk’s cell in a country with no electricity or running water, and little news of the outside world, he had scoured the pictures of torn copies of Life Magazine for anything he could gather about America. Now Rinpoche brings his life experience and wisdom to both the east and the west. Rinpoche is particularly distinguished for his thorough familiarity with modern culture, and special effectiveness as a teacher of Western practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism. Recognizing the unique opportunity for the interface of spiritual and material concerns in today’s world, Rinpoche has also opened a dialogue with science, psychology, medicine, metaphysics, politics, and the arts.



Lama Karma Chopal

LAMA KARMA CHOPAL was born in East Tibet in 1965, and became a monk at the age of eleven. At fifteen he became a student of Sonam Nyima, the most advanced master of iconographic art in the Karma Kagyu Lineage. He studied Buddhist thangka painting, mandala design, and other art forms for ten years. In 1989, Lama Chopal went to India to complete his monastic training at the major Kagyu monasteries. He studied at Rumtek, the monastery of the Karmapa, and completed his three-year retreat at Sherabling under Mingyur Rinpoche. Thereafter he spent three additional years at Sherabling studying Tibetan monastic arts of torma making, ritual music, and chanting. Lama Chopal studied Buddhist philosophy at Dzongsar College in India for six years. Following studies in advanced meditation with Bokar Rinpoche, Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, and other Kagyu lamas in India and Nepal, Lama Chopal came to the U.S. in 2001. He completed two stupas over the course of six years for Kagyu Thubten Choling in New York state, and Samchenling in Virginia. In 2007, his root teacher, Tai Situ Rinpoche, requested that Lama establish a Dharma Center in Charlottesville, VA.

7th Kundrol Namkha Thinley Wangyal Rinpoche | Za Mongyal Yungdrung Ling

The 7th Kundol Namkha Thinley Wangyal Rinpoche

Kundrol Rinpoche is the seventh reincarnation of the great Kundrol Jatson Nyingpo of Tibet. Kundrol Jatson Nyingpo was a great terton, revealer of hidden treasures and founder of the great seat of learning Mongyal Monastery in Tibet. Since the birth of the first Kundrol Rinpoche in 1700 AD, reincarnations of the Rinpoche have successively appeared to uphold the wheel of compassionate teachings of the Bon for the benefit of all sentient beings. The depth of the great deeds of Kundrol Rinpoche and the vastness of his knowledge are the signs that he is truly the great Terchen Kundrol Hung Chen Dodhul Lingpa in a different physical form.



续相(t361221190) - 个人资料| PinterestHosal Dorje Rinpoche

H.E. Hosel Dorje Rinpoche is one of the foremost Meditation Masters and Buddhist Scholars who was born with various miraculous signs in Dege, Eastern Tibet as an incarnate lama as well as lineage holder of the Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism. Rinpoche studied Tibetan Buddhism and practised strict meditation in Tibet for decades under the guidance of his father,Terton Dorjee Tsegyal Rinpoche of the Dzongmar Monastery and many other revered Buddhist Masters. Later he fled to India and continued to engage all his time doing strict meditation retreats in various caves and hermitages, teaching and practising Mahayana and Tantrayana Buddhism throughout the Himalayan regions of India, Bhutan, and Nepal, as well as other Asian and Western countries.