Dharma name of "Yeshe Thaye" (meaning Boundless of the Wisdom). All this was because of the kindness and blessings of Guru Lau. Rinpoche Further instructed us: "Those who have received higher initiations should swear to do their best to put into practice what they have been taught and help spread the Dharma. " (see Guru Lau's book on The Visit of His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche to Hong Kong, 1972, p.44). This, indeed, has become my own motto ever since.
On January 22,
1983, I received the Word (or Fourth) Initiation of Samantabhadra and
of Guru Rinpoche from Guru Lau, together with the "Root and Branch
Samayas of the Guru's Body, Speech and Mind" and the "Samayas
of Dzogpachenpo". This was the first, and also the last, time that
Guru Lau himself personally bestowed the Fourth Initiation. He further
instructed me on the three sections of Semde, Longde and Mang-ngade
(particularly those practices pertaining to Thekchod and Thodgal) of
Atiyoga (Dzogpa Chenpo), and to practice daily the postures of the Three
Kayas, in order that he could transmit to me the Mang-nga of more advanced
practices later on. At the same time, Guru Lau had appointed me as the
vice-president of the Hong Kong centre in order to help with its daily
activities. Before that , I was mainly responsible for helping to translate
works from English into Chinese, and vice-versa.
Knowing there were problems with his heart and kidneys, Guru Lau specifically asked me and my wife, before the offering of the long-life puja on Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche's birthday (June 10, 1986), to go to his room. There he asked me if I would be willing to uphold his lineages in the future. After serious consideration for seven days, I asked for Guru Lau's forgivenness saying that I did not think myself to be a suitable candidate in upholding his lineages, as both my study and ..CONTINUE..
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