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'''Neten Chokling Rinpoche''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gnas brtan mchog gling rin po che''), aka '''Rigdzin Gyurme Dorje''' (b. 10 August 1973) — the Fourth Neten Chokling was recognized by both H.H. [[Karmapa]] and [[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]] as the reincarnation of [[Neten Chokling Pema Gyurme]]. He was born on the tenth day of the eighth month to a poor family in Wandipodzong, central Bhutan. Karmapa named him Gyurme Dorje.  
 
'''Neten Chokling Rinpoche''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gnas brtan mchog gling rin po che''), aka '''Rigdzin Gyurme Dorje''' (b. 10 August 1973) — the Fourth Neten Chokling was recognized by both H.H. [[Karmapa]] and [[Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche]] as the reincarnation of [[Neten Chokling Pema Gyurme]]. He was born on the tenth day of the eighth month to a poor family in Wandipodzong, central Bhutan. Karmapa named him Gyurme Dorje.  
  
At the age of seven, he was taken to his [[Pema Ewam Chögar Gyurme Ling Monastery|monastery]] in Bir, and en­throned by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in Clement Town at the monastery Ngedön Gatsal Ling. Before arriving in his home monastery he was enthroned in Rumtek by H.H. Karmapa. He has received the transmissions of the [[Kangyur]], [[Nyingma Gyübum]], [[Nyingma Kama]], [[Rinchen Terdzö]], and [[Chokling Tersar]] as well as many other teachings from Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. He is also the father of [[Urgyen Jigme Rabsel Dawa|Tulku Urgyen Yangsi Rinpoche]].
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At the age of seven, he was taken to his monastery—the [[Pema Ewam Chögar Gyurme Ling Monastery]]—in Bir, and en­throned by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in Clement Town at the monastery Ngedön Gatsal Ling. Before arriving in his home monastery he was enthroned in Rumtek by H.H. Karmapa. He has received the transmissions of the [[Kangyur]], [[Nyingma Gyübum]], [[Nyingma Kama]], [[Rinchen Terdzö]], and [[Chokling Tersar]] as well as many other teachings from Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. He is also the father of [[Urgyen Jigme Rabsel Dawa|Tulku Urgyen Yangsi Rinpoche]].
  
 
He acted in [[Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche]]'s films ''The Cup'' (1999) and ''Travellers and Magicians'' (2003). In 2006, he directed his own first film, ''The Life of [[Milarepa]] - Part I'' (See Exteranal Links below).  
 
He acted in [[Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche]]'s films ''The Cup'' (1999) and ''Travellers and Magicians'' (2003). In 2006, he directed his own first film, ''The Life of [[Milarepa]] - Part I'' (See Exteranal Links below).  
 
[[Image:SR & NCR 100year-MR-1109.JPG|thumb|300px|[[Sogyal Rinpoche]] and Neten Chokling Rinpoche together in Nepal, February 2010]]
 
[[Image:SR & NCR 100year-MR-1109.JPG|thumb|300px|[[Sogyal Rinpoche]] and Neten Chokling Rinpoche together in Nepal, February 2010]]
  
==Empowerments Given to the [[About Rigpa|Rigpa]] Sangha==
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Neten Chokling Rinpoche has been regularly coming to [[Lerab Ling]] since 1996 with monks from his monastery to hold [[drupchö]] and [[drupchen]] practices, for which he sometimes gives empowerments.
*[[Lerab Ling]], summer 1997: [[Vajrakilaya]] empowerment
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==Empowerments & Teachings Given to the [[About Rigpa|Rigpa]] Sangha==
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*Lerab Ling, summer 1997: [[Vajrakilaya]] empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 25 October 2013: [[Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik]] Root empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 25 October 2013: [[Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik]] Root empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 5 November 2013: essential [[Pema Khandro]] (Kurukulla) empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 5 November 2013: essential [[Pema Khandro]] (Kurukulla) empowerment
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*Lerab Ling, 28 September 2014: [[Kurukulla]] empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 28 September 2014: [[Kurukulla]] empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 15 July 2015: Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik empowerment
 
*Lerab Ling, 15 July 2015: Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik empowerment
*Lerab Ling: 28 July 2015: Kurukulla empowerment
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*Lerab Ling, 28 July 2015: Kurukulla empowerment
  
 
==Internal Links==
 
==Internal Links==

Revision as of 13:28, 21 March 2018

Neten Chokling Rinpoche in Lerab Ling

Neten Chokling Rinpoche (Wyl. gnas brtan mchog gling rin po che), aka Rigdzin Gyurme Dorje (b. 10 August 1973) — the Fourth Neten Chokling was recognized by both H.H. Karmapa and Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche as the reincarnation of Neten Chokling Pema Gyurme. He was born on the tenth day of the eighth month to a poor family in Wandipodzong, central Bhutan. Karmapa named him Gyurme Dorje.

At the age of seven, he was taken to his monastery—the Pema Ewam Chögar Gyurme Ling Monastery—in Bir, and en­throned by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche in Clement Town at the monastery Ngedön Gatsal Ling. Before arriving in his home monastery he was enthroned in Rumtek by H.H. Karmapa. He has received the transmissions of the Kangyur, Nyingma Gyübum, Nyingma Kama, Rinchen Terdzö, and Chokling Tersar as well as many other teachings from Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. He is also the father of Tulku Urgyen Yangsi Rinpoche.

He acted in Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche's films The Cup (1999) and Travellers and Magicians (2003). In 2006, he directed his own first film, The Life of Milarepa - Part I (See Exteranal Links below).

Sogyal Rinpoche and Neten Chokling Rinpoche together in Nepal, February 2010

Neten Chokling Rinpoche has been regularly coming to Lerab Ling since 1996 with monks from his monastery to hold drupchö and drupchen practices, for which he sometimes gives empowerments.

Empowerments & Teachings Given to the Rigpa Sangha

  • Lerab Ling, summer 1997: Vajrakilaya empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 25 October 2013: Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik Root empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 5 November 2013: essential Pema Khandro (Kurukulla) empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 17 September 2014: Essential Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 28 September 2014: Kurukulla empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 15 July 2015: Chimé Phakmé Nyingtik empowerment
  • Lerab Ling, 28 July 2015: Kurukulla empowerment

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