Pawo Rinpoché est un des plus hauts maîtres des enseignements du bouddhisme tibétain et de la tradition karma-kagyu. Sa lignée d'incarnation est considérée comme une émanation du Bouddha Amitābha. Les Pawo Tulkus ont été mentionnés dans les trésors cachés, les termas, de Padmasambhava. Le 11e et actuel Pawo Rinpoché, Tsouglag Mawéi Drayang, est né en 1993 à Nagchu au Tibet.

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  • Pawo Rinpoché est un des plus hauts maîtres des enseignements du bouddhisme tibétain et de la tradition karma-kagyu. Sa lignée d'incarnation est considérée comme une émanation du Bouddha Amitābha. Les Pawo Tulkus ont été mentionnés dans les trésors cachés, les termas, de Padmasambhava. Le 11e et actuel Pawo Rinpoché, Tsouglag Mawéi Drayang, est né en 1993 à Nagchu au Tibet.
  • Nenang Pawo Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist lama, considered to be one of the highest lamas of the Karma Kagyu sect. The Pawos form a lineage of reincarnate lamas, tulkus, of which the first was born in 1440. They were traditionally the heads of Nenang Monastery in Central Tibet.The 10th Pawo Rinpoche, named Tsuglag Mawey Wangchuk, lived from 1912 to 1991. He was recognised by the 15th Karmapa, Khakyab Dorje. After completing the traditional education of a reincarnate lama followed by a period of meditative retreat, he became one of the teachers of the 16th Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. Pawo fled Tibet during the uprising against Chinese Communist rule in 1959, travelling to Bhutan and then on the Kalimpong in India. At the request of the Dalai Lama, Pawo served as an instructor at the Sanskrit University in Benares from 1962 until 1966. In 1975, he travelled in Western countries, establishing his Western seat in France where he lived permanently (1978–1986). In 1986 he established a new monastery, Nenang Phuntsok Chöling, near Boudnath in Nepal, where he resided for the remainder of his life.In 1994, the 11th Nenang Pawo, while still an infant, was recognised by Ogyen Trinley Dorje, who is accepted as the current Karmapa by almost all of the Karma Kagyu lamas and by the Chinese government. The 11th Pawo was enthroned at Nenang Monastery near Lhasa in 1995 and given the name Tsuglag Tenzin Künsang Chökyi Nyima or Tsuglag Mawey Drayang. Following Ogyen Trinley's escape to India in 2000, which was aided by a monk from Nenang, reports surfaced that, in reprisal, the child Pawo had been removed for a while from his monastery and that his religious education had been restricted.[1]
  • Pawo Rinpoche (tib.: dpa' bo rin po che; auch: Nenang Pawo Rinpoche oder Nyenang Pawo Rinpoche, chin. Bawo Renboqie 巴沃仁波切 oder Bawu Ningboche 巴渥宁波车 u.a.) ist der Name einer bedeutenden Trülku-Linie der Karma-Kagyü-Schule des tibetischen Buddhismus aus dem Nenang-Kloster. Die Pawo Rinpoches gelten in dieser Schule traditionell als Emanation des Bodhisattva Vajrapani.
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  • Pawo Rinpoché est un des plus hauts maîtres des enseignements du bouddhisme tibétain et de la tradition karma-kagyu. Sa lignée d'incarnation est considérée comme une émanation du Bouddha Amitābha. Les Pawo Tulkus ont été mentionnés dans les trésors cachés, les termas, de Padmasambhava. Le 11e et actuel Pawo Rinpoché, Tsouglag Mawéi Drayang, est né en 1993 à Nagchu au Tibet.
  • Pawo Rinpoche (tib.: dpa' bo rin po che; auch: Nenang Pawo Rinpoche oder Nyenang Pawo Rinpoche, chin. Bawo Renboqie 巴沃仁波切 oder Bawu Ningboche 巴渥宁波车 u.a.) ist der Name einer bedeutenden Trülku-Linie der Karma-Kagyü-Schule des tibetischen Buddhismus aus dem Nenang-Kloster. Die Pawo Rinpoches gelten in dieser Schule traditionell als Emanation des Bodhisattva Vajrapani.
  • Nenang Pawo Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist lama, considered to be one of the highest lamas of the Karma Kagyu sect. The Pawos form a lineage of reincarnate lamas, tulkus, of which the first was born in 1440. They were traditionally the heads of Nenang Monastery in Central Tibet.The 10th Pawo Rinpoche, named Tsuglag Mawey Wangchuk, lived from 1912 to 1991. He was recognised by the 15th Karmapa, Khakyab Dorje.
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