Padmasambhava offers profound instructions to Lady Tsogyal for all levels of practitioners, including death and dying, non-conceptual meditation, and recognizing the nature of mind.
Guru Rinpoche, also known as Padmasambhava, was an 8th-century Buddhist master who brought Buddhism to Tibet. Guru Rinpoche is widely revered for his great wisdom and skill in teaching the Dharma.
His teachings are renowned for their clarity, power, and directness. Guru Rinpoche’s philosophy emphasizes that our true nature is enlightenment, and through him, we can learn how to recognize this realization within ourselves.
Guru Rinpoche’s profound insight into the nature of our being has shaped many of the central concepts and practices in Tibetan Buddhism today.
Padmasambhava, otherwise known as Guru Rinpoche, is an important figure in Tibetan Buddhism. Though shrouded by myths and legends with little facts proven historically, he was integral to the establishment of Buddhist practices in Tibet during King Trisong Detsen’s reign – founding Samye Monastery and setting up the Nyingma school which remains one of four major traditions today!
In addition to his own works and commentaries, Guru Rinpoche left behind a legacy of teachings from his closest follower Yeshe Tsogal.