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"L'enfant élu": à la recherche du maître spirituel

Publié le 20 Avril 2009 in Univers Bouddhiste

A NE MANQUER SOUS AUCUN PRETEXTE: Vendredi 24 avril 2009 à 20H sur Tempo (documentaire de 1H40).


En octobre 2001, dans un monastère du Népal, on procède à l'incinération de Lama Geshe Konchog, révéré comme un maître spirituel par les bouddhistes tibétains. Au cours de la cérémonie, plusieurs signes extraordinaires - perles, etc apparaissent. C'est à son fidèle disciple Tenzin Zopa qu'incombe la mission de trouver l'enfant en qui son maître spirituel s'est réincarné. Inlassablement il part de village en village interroger et examiner tout garçon ayant entre 9 mois et 2ans. Pendant 5 ans, entre 2001 et 2006, Nati Baratz a suivi cette recherche. Un parcours initiatique passionant.
 

NB : Il a été intronisé en janvier 2006 à l'âge de 3 ans à Amaravati en Inde par le Dalai Lama et a reçu le nom de Tulku Tenzin Puntsok Rinpoche. Nous avons une relique de Gueshe Konchog au Centre Naropa à Papara.
Annie, Yannick, Madeleine et Brenda ont eu le grand honneur de le rencontrer à Amaravati avec Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche et son oncle lama Lundrup (qui est venu au centre Naropa en 2004).

Geshe Lama Konchog (? -1981)
by Ven. Robina Courtin
... Only now is it becoming known to the hundreds of monks, nuns and laypeople devoted to Geshe Lama Konchog the extraordinary qualities of this modern-day Milarepa. His students have known that he meditated in caves for 25 years, for example, but few have been aware of the details.
... At 4:30 a.m. on the third day after the fire puja, under the supervision of the young Cherok Lama, Lama Lhundrup, Thubten Lhundrup, Geshe Losang Jamyang, Amtsok, Drakpa and Tenzin Zopa, the stupa was broken open and the search for relics begun. An astonishing number of relics were found – signs of the greatness of this holy being. "So many relics were found that what was supposed to be a two-hour job turned into eight," Tenzin Zopa said. Hundreds of pearl-like relics, some black hair, the heart, tongue and an eye – commonly, such organs of high tantric parishioners don't burn – and many other relics were found. "Lama Lhundrup said it is as if Geshe-la's whole body was a precious jewel..."
Six weeks after the relics were taken from the fire and laid in containers on the altar in Geshe Lama Konchog's house at Kopan, great changes were occurring to them, says Tenzin Zopa. "One set of two relics has multiplied to become thirty-seven relics, and another has multiplied into twenty-eight. The bones are constantly producing pearl-like and golden-type relics; and from the ashes relics are manifesting as well. On the tongue there is a clearly visible self-arising Tara image becoming more prominent every day. And the heart continues to decrease in size, at the same time producing red relics. One tooth is taking the form of a counter-clockwise conch shell."

According to Lama Lhundrup, the multiplying of relics – which are the holy body of the yogi – is an indication of the strength of Geshe Lama Konchog's realizations.

Pour en savoir plus sur la vie extraordinaire de ce grand pratiquant bouddhiste: http://www.fpmt.org/teachers/konchog/about.asp


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