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==Empowerments and Transmissions==
 
==Empowerments and Transmissions==
*[[Tulku Pegyal Rinpoche]] was the first teacher to give [[Amitabha]] [[empowerment]]s and teachings to the [[Rigpa]] sangha for the practice of ''phowa'' from the [[Longchen Nyingtik]] tradition. He did this on [[Empowerments_Given_to_the_Rigpa_Sangha|several occasions]].
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*[[Tulku Pegyal Rinpoche]] was the first teacher to give [[Amitabha]] [[empowerment]]s and teachings to the [[About Rigpa|Rigpa]] sangha for the practice of ''phowa'' from the [[Longchen Nyingtik]] tradition. He did this on [[Empowerments_Given_to_the_Rigpa_Sangha|several occasions]].
 
*[[Chagdud Khadro]] has also given the Rigpa sangha Amitabha empowerments and taught the ''phowa'' practice of [[Longsal Nyingpo]] on [[Empowerments_Given_to_the_Rigpa_Sangha|different occasions]].
 
*[[Chagdud Khadro]] has also given the Rigpa sangha Amitabha empowerments and taught the ''phowa'' practice of [[Longsal Nyingpo]] on [[Empowerments_Given_to_the_Rigpa_Sangha|different occasions]].
  

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Amitabha from a thangka in the personal collection of Sogyal Rinpoche

Phowa (Wyl. ‘pho ba) - the practice for directing the transference of consciousness at the time of death. It is one of the Six Yogas of Naropa.

Empowerments and Transmissions

Further Reading