Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche

Tilopa – Einblicke in sein Leben
(Tilopa – Glimpses of his life)

Tilopa was one of the most well known of all Buddhist masters. He mastered the teachings of all the Mahasiddhas of the eleventh century in India and finally reached enlightenment near the river Ganges’ delta. In this book reflecting the oral transmissions of Chamgon… Go to the Book

Gampopas Grundlegende Unterweisungen
(Essential Teachings of Gampopa)

Lord Gampopa’s teachings can be summarized into one of his instructions describing the Four Ways or features how practitioners gradually progress. He also discusses the real requirements of a dharma practitioner having the aspiration to truly becoming a successful dharma practitioner to successfully progress on the path to approach… Go to the Book

Lobpreisungen und Huldigungen der 21 Taras
(Praises to the 21 Taras)

Born from a tear drop of Chenrezig, and a vow to be a mother to serve all sentient beings until they reach Buddhahood, the female bodhisattva Green Tara is one of the most well known and practiced figures in Tibetan Buddhism. The twenty-one manifestations of… Go to the Book

Den Pfad bereisen
(Travelling the Path)

In Travelling the Path, Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche teaches how we can sow the seed of Buddha. A master of highest capacity himself, he clearly lays out the path step by step by starting out with The Four Seals forming the basis in order to receive refuge… Go to the Book

Grundlage, Pfad und Ergebnis
(Ground, Path and Fruition)

In Ground, Path and fruition, Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche covers a vast amount of Dharma topics, covering the foundation of Dharma, how to understand the Dharma, its history, how it was brought to Tibet, the main philosophical schools…. Go to the Book

Letztendlich vollkommen sein
(Being ultimatively perfect)

In Being Ultimately Perfect, the 12th Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche explains that all teachings of the Buddha are directed towards making our lives meaningful and purposeful, apart from taming the mind and realizing the essence of all dharma. He also… Go to the Book