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Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö
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Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö
Personal
Born1962
ReligionBuddhist
NationalityTibetan
Home townKham
Military service
InstituteLarung Buddhist Institute
Senior posting
TeacherKhenchen Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche
Ordination1984


Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö is the Vice President at Larung Gar Buddhist Academy.[1][2] (also known as the Serthar Larung Five Sciences Buddhist Institute), a large monastery of the Nyingma tradition [3] of Tibetan Buddhism[4]. Located in the Kham area of East Tibet (Sichuan Province), the Academy housed over 40,000 monks, nuns and lay-students [5] in its prime time in 2016 before the local government ordered a city-redesign project.

At this Academy that is widely known for its nonsectarian approach towards all Buddhist lineages, Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö is widely considered as "one of the leading teachers at Larung Gar"[2] and "one of the most prominent Tibetan Buddhist Scholars at Serthar Institute"[6]. Although recognized as a reincarnated lama (or "tulku" in Tibetan terms) [7][8], Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö prefers to stay low-key, to the point of rejecting the formal enthronement. Instead, he has focused his efforts on contributing to the revival of Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan culture through activities such as teaching Buddhist sutras, scriptures, and meditation instructions across cultures and customs both inside and outside the Academy. His audiences range from ordained Buddhists to secular people, including scholars and researchers in humanities, as well as natural and social sciences[9][10] from renowned academic and corporate institutions (e.g., Google[11], Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford[12][13], among others). The topics of his public lectures and dialogues incorporate universal contemporary issues such as materialism, the modern struggle with mental well-being, and bridging scientific inquiry with contemplative techniques found within Buddhist philosophy and theory of mind (See the Section: Teachings Overseas below for details), providing inspirations to various scholars from diverse disciplines in their respective research endeavor[14][15].

Other activities involve modernizing the Tibetan language with contemporary lexicon and collating dictionaries. He has also published multiple books, clarifying difficult points of Buddhist practices in both theory and practical application (See the section: Publications below for details). He is particularly known for "his ability to explain Tibetan Buddhist concepts with precision in Chinese"[16]. One of his books, Wisdom Light, has been expanded from six volumes in its first edition published in 2010[17] to eight volumes in its 2016 edition[18]. Hundreds of thousands copies of this book series have been reprinted and sold in the Chinese-speaking community worldwide.

While Khenpo himself tries hard to stay out of limelight except for teaching purposes, he is highly respected and revered in the Buddhist community. He has been frequently described as "an authentic and precious Dharma teacher,"[19] "a heart son of H.H. Jigme Phuntsok Rinpoche"[20] and "one of the great bodhisattvas of our time"[21]. Tulku Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche[22] referred to him as the hope for contemporary Buddhism [23]. Lama Sonam Rinpoche[24] called him "a rare jewel"[25].

Biography[edit | edit source]

Education Background[edit | edit source]

Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö was born in 1962 in Kandze, in the eastern region of the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in the Sichuan province of China. In 1984, at the age of 22, Khenpo Tsultrim Lodro went to Larung Gar[26][27] to receive his ordination to become a Buddhist monk. Accepted as a disciple of a highly recognized Nyingma Buddhist master of the 20th century, H.H. Jigme Phuntsok[28][29], Khenpo Tsultrim Lodro studied both sutric and tantric teachings, and began practicing the highest Nyingma tantric teachings at the age of 24, all with the direct transmission, guidance and supervision of H.H. Jigme Phuntsok. After a series of exams, H.H. Jigme Phuntsok later personally awarded him the Khenpo degree (a Ph.D. equivalent in Buddhism), and verified Khenpo Tsultrim Lodro’s levels of realization (Buddhist practice insights and achievements) three times.

Teachings[edit | edit source]

From 1991 to 2013, as the Provost for Academics, Khenchen Tsultrim Lodrö gave teachings on a daily basis while carrying out his administrative responsibilities. He trained a large cohort of monastic students who are capable of carrying on the lineage and spreading the Buddha dharma to a wider audience, vital for the revival of Tibetan Buddhism in communities and regions that experienced a decline in opportunities to practice and learn due to historical and political reasons within China[30].

Since 2003, Khenpo began to give lectures to a bigger and broader audience across many farming and nomadic areas in Tibetan regions. He taught the fundamentals of correct views and corresponding meditation practices while pointing out common misconceptions of the Buddhist path.

Promotion of Tibetan Language and Culture[edit | edit source]

For decades, Khenpo has dedicated himself to preserving and recording the Tibetan spoken and written language. During his talks, he discussed extensively the importance of developing and preserving Tibetan cultures and communities (See the Section: Teachings Overseas below for details). In 2005 Khenpo invited dozens of linguistic experts and scholars across five provinces of the Tibetan region to collaborate on the compilation of a Tibetan-Chinese-English dictionary for Tibetan neologisms. After 10 years of dedicated work under the leadership of his chief editorship, the team has successfully published the Tibetan-Chinese-English Dictionary of new Daily Vocabulary and the Tibetan-Chinese-English Visual Dictionary of new Daily Vocabulary[31] and the Dictionary of Traditional Tibetan Words with Illustrations. Taking advantage of modern information and communication technologies, the team has also developed downloadable versions of some of the newly complied dictionaries in both Apple and Android App stores[32]so that a wider audience from across the globe can access and use these dictionaries with greater ease. 

Also in response to his call for revival of Buddhist culture and education in Tibet, many monasteries across Tibet began to establish a meditative practice division, an academic division, and an elementary school.[33][34]

Charitable Activities[edit | edit source]

Elementary School[edit | edit source]

In 2007, Khenpo established the Jiangda Elementary School in a remote valley on the boundary of Serta (Ch: Seda) and Draggo (Ch: Luhuo) counties in the Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. Currently over seven hundred boarding students from remote nomadic and mountainous areas in nearby regions are enrolled at the school. The Jiangda Elementary School has created unprecedented access to education for children of all ages in that region,[35][36][37] given that the villages in the surrounding areas had no elementary school graduates prior to the establishment of this school.

AIDS Prevention[edit | edit source]

In order to prevent the spread of AIDS in Tibetan regions, in 2012 Khenpo initiated a training program for AIDS prevention volunteers in Tibet. He also founded the General Benefit AIDS Prevention Association in order to open up an otherwise taboo subject within Tibetan culture and spread knowledge on AIDS prevention and drug prohibition within affected Tibetan communities.[30]

Life Release Activities[edit | edit source]

On seeing the severity and cruelty of animal slaughters in inland China, Khenpo has undertaken large-scale life release activities since 1997. In doing so, he has promoted equality of all living beings, the importance of abstaining from taking lives, and the value of adopting a vegetarian diet to protect both the animals and the environment. Moreover, he has continuously made improvements and adjustments to his method of releasing lives utilizing modern technologies. In the past twenty years, millions of living beings have been saved from slaughter, earning him the respected moniker ‘Life Release Khenpo.’’[33][38]

Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at The University of Queensland 2015
Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at Harvard University 2015
Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at University of Colorado Bordeaux 2015
Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at Columbia University 2015
Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at Columbia University 2015
Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at University of Sydney 2015
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Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at Stanford University
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Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at Google

Teachings Overseas[edit | edit source]

Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö's debut teaching of of Buddhadharma overseas took place in Singapore in 1994. Later he was invited to give lectures at both universities and corporations in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Canada, USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand. A selected sample of the hosting institutions include Google[39], Harvard University[40][41], University of Virginia[42][43][44][45][46][47], University of Oxford, Stanford University[48][49], UC Berkeley[50][51], University of Colorado Boulder[52][53][54], Columbia University[55][56][57], UC Santa Babara[58], George Washington University[59], Toronto University[60], Sydney University of Science and Technology[61], New Welsh University of Australia[62], Sydney McCaw King University[63], University of Auckland, Queensland University[64][65], University of Sydney[66] and University of Melbourne[67].

  1. Khenpo Tsultrim Lodro & David Presti - The Scientist & the Monk at Google[39][68]
  2. A Traditional Perspective on Mindfulness Meditation.– Short Lecture on Coursera[69]
  3. Dependent Arising, Emptiness,and Modern Life at Stanford on March 21, 2015[49][70]
  4. Religion and Community Development in Tibet Series at George Washington University from March 30 to April 2, 2015[71]
  5. Buddhist Contemplation, Science, and Secular Society: A Dialog with Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö at University of Virginia[10][72]
  6. The Role of Tibetan Buddhism, Monasteries, and Nunneries in Tibetan Society Today at Harvard University on April 07, 2015[40][73]
  7. Buddhism and Society in Tibet Today at Columbia University on April 09, 2015[57][74]
  8. Buddhism: A Human Approach at Columbia University on April 11, 2015[55][75]
  9. Buddhism in Practice: Moving Beyond Faith at Columbia University on April 13, 2015[56]
  10. Tibetan Environmental and Cultural Preservation at University of Virginia on April 16, 2015[47][76]
  11. Buddhist Contemplation,Science and Secular Society at University of Virginia on April 20, 2015[43][45]
  12. What Is the Value of a Life? A Tibetan Buddhist Perspective at UC Berkeley on April 21, 2015[51]
  13. Buddhism and Development in Society Today at University of Colorado Boulder on April 27, 2015[53][77]
  14. Liberating Yaks: The Vegetarian Question in Tibet at University of Colorado on April 28, 2015[78][52][54]
  15. Monasteries and Buddhism in Tibetan Society Today at University of California, Santa Barbara on May 05, 2015[58]
  16. A conversation on the Value of Higher Education in Traditional Tibetan Monasteries and Contemporary Universities at University of Virginia on May 05, 2016[46][79]
  17. Science of the Brain,Training of the Mind:A Conversation Between Neuroscience and the Contemplative Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism at Harvard University on May 05, 2016[41][80][81]
  18. Dialogue on Science and Buddhist Thought: Consciousness and Contemplative Practices in Global Modernity at George Washington University on May 26, 2016
  19. Buddhism and Happiness at Queensland University on May 26, 2015[64]
  20. Liberation through Meditation at Queensland University on May 27, 2015[65]
  21. Faith Beyond Religion at University of Sydney on May 28, 2015[66]
  22. Meditation in Daily Life and Life within Meditation at Sydney University of Science and Technology on May 30, 2015[61]
  23. Fundamentals of Meditation at New Welsh University of Australia on May 31, 2015[62]
  24. How to Deal with Negative Emotions at Sydney McCaw King University on Jun 01, 2015[63]
  25. The Impact of Meditation on Life at University of Toronto on Jun 02, 2015[60]
  26. Healthy Mind and Mahayana Buddhism at University of Melbourne on Jun 06, 2015[67]
  27. Talk About Life at UC Berkeley on April 21, 2016[50]

Besides, Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö also gave talks at buddhist centers:

From May to June 2015, Khenpo was invited to give talks in Canada, USA and Australia.

  1. 2015 Pith Instructions on the Bardos at Dechen Rang Wangchen Padma Gyipe Choling[82]
  2. Zen and Vajrayana at Vancouver Thrangu Monastery on May 15, 2015[83]
  3. Guide to Four Preliminary Practices at Toronto Cham Shan Temple on May 17, 2015[84][85][86]
  4. Core Instruction on Meditation at Toronto Cham Shan Temple on May 20, 2015[87]
  5. Refuge Vow and Five Lay Precepts at Toronto Cham Shan Temple on May 21, 2015[88]
  6. Bardo's Knack and Practice at Sydney Sakya Tharpa Ling on May 29, 2015[89]
  7. 2016 Teaching Series in USA The Three Principal Aspects of the Path at the Core of Buddha's Teaching at Washington D.C. Drikung Dharma Surya Center on May 30, 2016[90]
  8. Buddhism in the 21st Century at Australia Rigpa Sidney Center on Jun 03, 2015[91]
  9. Meditation and Tantra in Harmony at Australia Alexandra Park Function Centre on Jun 07, 2015[92]

From March to June 2016, Khenpo was invited to give talks in Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.

  1. The Heart Essence – My Heart Advice at Rigpa Sidney Center on March 16, 2016[93]
  2. 2016 Teaching Series in Australia Slow, Gradual Cultivation in a Fast-moving World at Canberra Rigpa Canberra Center on March 21, 2016[94]
  3. Methods for Entering into the Path of Liberation at Auckland Pu Shien Charitable Trust on April 03, 2016[95][96]
  4. Methods for Entering into the Path of Enlightenment at Auckland Pu Shien Charitable Trust on April 04, 2016[97][98]
  5. Confusion and Realization in Meditation at Auckland Nyima Tashi Kagyu Buddhist Centre on April 08, 2016[99]
  6. Chenrezig Practice at Auckland, New Zealand Quan An Buddhist Monastery on April 10, 2016[100]
  7. 2016 Teaching Series in USA The Heart Treasure of the Enlightened Ones-The Practice of View, Meditation, and Action-A Discourse Virtuous in the Beginning, Middle, and End at Pema Osel Ling on April 12-14, 2016[101][102][103].
  8. Entering into the Path of the Great Perfection at Vancouver Thrangu Monastery on Jun 10, 2016[104].

Publications:[edit | edit source]

Simplified Chinese:[edit | edit source]

  1. Wisdom Light Series 1-8[105][106][107]
  2. Lotus Light Kindled by Wisdom Words[108]
  3. The Truth of Life[109]
  4. Why We Are Not Happy[110]
  5. Exhortations[111]

Traditional Chinese:[edit | edit source]

  1. Stories of Samsara[112]
  2. Buddhism – Superstition or Wisdom?![113]
  3. Decipher the Mysterious Code of Tibetan Buddhism[114]
  4. Lifting the Mysterious Veil of Tibetan Buddhism[115]
  5. The Truth You Must Know – the Four Dharma Seals[116]
  6. When Heart Sutra Meets Quantum Physics[117]
  7. Are you ready? – Don’t be Scared by the Paper Tiger[118]
  8. Comprehend the Book Called Life[119]
  9. Journal on the Wisdom of Precepts

Tibetan:[edit | edit source]

  1. Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö’s Complete Collection (Four Volumes)
  2. Rain In Time
  3. Contemporary Beats of the Dharma Drum
  4. Conversations in between Eastern and Western Cultures

English:[edit | edit source]

  1. Are You Ready for Happiness?Don’t Let the Paper Tiger Scare You Off[120]
  2. The Right View[121]
  3. The Handbook for Life’s Journey[122]
  4. Daily Inspiration from Khenpo Tsultrim Lodrö
  5. The Right View: Turning Believers into Bodhisattvas[123]

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