I prostrate to H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu!
Having read A Treasury of True Buddha-Dharma, I learned that the ancient Buddha, Dorje Chang Budhha, has descended to the human world again. This truly is our greatest blessing! H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu, you truly are H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III and holy and venerable Vimalakirti II. That is why people have the good fortune to enjoy the book A Treasury of True Buddha-Dharma! Otherwise, why is it that a precious book filled with great wisdom and accomplishments such as this book cannot be found in the past few thousand years of history? Thus, I specially congratulate H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu for unfolding before people’s eyes the supreme Buddha-dharma!
I prostrate to the most honorable Buddha Vajradhara!
The sixth Baima Rongzhu Rinpoche
September 18, 2006
BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO RESPECTED SIXTH BAIMA RONGZHU RINPOCHE
The respected sixth Baima Rongzhu Rinpoche, who is the abbot of the Badeng Lazhong Temple and now seventy-six years old, was the master of the first Dege headman. He is a great holy being who was issued a rinpoche certificate by the central government of China. The rinpoche has realized a state in which day and night are equal and there is no difference between past, present, and future. He is in solitary retreat on a long-term basis and does not lie down either during the day or night. The rinpoche, who possesses supernatural powers
, is known and respected by everyone in the area along the Jinsha River. All of the temples of the Nyingma sect praise him as model of great virtue. The rinpoche’s master was Zhiqing Galang, a greatly accomplished one who attained the rainbow body through the practice of the Great Perfection. Zhiqing Galang ate only seven grains of highland barley a day. At the time of his accomplishment in the dharma, Zhiqing Galang transformed into the rainbow body and left in front of many people. Many rinpoches in the Kham region have received dharma transmissions and initiations from the respected sixth Baima Rongzhu Rinpoche. An especially large number of Indian practitioners of yoga have relied upon and received dharma transmissions and initiations from the rinpoche, who is deeply admired in India.