Recognitions and Congratulations - From H.E. DZOGCHEN DHARMA KING
The book A Treasury of True Buddha-Dharma about the ancient Buddha of sentient beings in the three spheres of existence, H.H. Dharma King Yangwo Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu, is like the most precious Wish-Fulfilling Jewel in that it outshines all ancient or modern, Chinese or non-Chinese books. Additionally, the book includes wonderful content on the three aspects of correct views, self-cultivation, and realization relating to both exoteric and esoteric Buddha-dharma. In this modern age, such wonderful content is indispensable for building a harmonious world of peace in which people benefit one another. In the book, paintings and art are used in an ingenious way to express the beauty and grandeur of nature. The book also opens up and develops the spiritual wisdom of people. Thus, I specially offer my congratulations on the propagation of A Treasury of True Buddha-Dharma.
May all be perfectly auspicious!
Dzogchen Great Perfection Monastery,
a great monastery of the old Nyingma tradition
The 7th Dzogchen Dharma King of Great Accomplishment, Tenzin Lungdok Nyima
The 27th day of the third month of the lunar calendar in the year
of the Fire Pig according to the Tibetan calendar
H.H. Yangwo Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu is H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, and previously known as Master Wan Ko Yee
BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO H.E. DZOGCHEN DHARMA KING
H.E. Dzogchen Dharma King is the head of the Dzogchen Monastery. The world-renowned Dzogchen Monastery is one of the six main monasteries of the Nyingma sect. The Dzogchen Monastery is the only temple in all of Tibet that is devoted solely to the practice of the Great Perfection. From the 17th century to the middle of the 20th century, the Dzogchen Monastery was the center of the Nyingma sect for transmitting the Pratimoksa Precepts and the Bodhisattva Precepts. All of the current Pratimoksa Precept lineages of the Nyingma sect originated from the greatly accomplished Bodhisattva of the Dzogchen Monastery, Xianpan Taye, and was subsequently handed down from close disciple to close disciple generation after generation. Today the Dzogchen Monastery has almost 300 branch monasteries that are spread throughout five continents.