In every Tibetan Buddhist tradition there is a non-broken lineage between Buddha and one’s Guru - Longchen Nyingthig Vietnam

In every Tibetan Buddhist tradition there is a non-broken lineage between Buddha and one’s Guru

A non-broken lineage is very important source for the result of Dharma practice. You can read histories of different Dharma practitioners – there are always talks about Masters. How they passed Dharma to one another, how they keep Dharma very pure, and how they practice Dharma diligently, how they achieve accomplishment. It is very important to understand these things. If no lineage no sources of Dharma so it is very important to have a lineage. Specifically, for Tibetan Buddhism, the lineages are very clear. In other Buddhist traditions sometimes lineages are not clear, which reduces the source [of Dharma], the power of Dharma. Therefore, very important to have a lineage.
In every Tibetan Buddhist tradition there is a non-broken lineage between Buddha and one’s Guru. It is very important to have a good lineage, lineage masters because only then there is blessing from source, from figures like Vajradhara, Guru Rinpoche.
There are some people who make stories this is a complete lie. When you lie about the lineage then you lie about everything. (Rinpoche and everyone’s laughing). You are a big liar.
Anyway, I praise to you because you get up early for Dharma practice every day.

 

 Hungkar Dorje Rinpoche, Please Keep This Good Habit of Practicing”

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