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→→→→ vertical line TOPIC: MASTER WAN KO YEE RECOGNIZED AS THE TRUE INCARNATION OF H.H. DORJE CHA
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WASHINGTON, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released by the International Buddhism Sangha Association:

At a special ceremony held April 3 at the Library of Congress of The United States, the International Buddhism Sangha Association (IBSA) presented to the American people the newly-published precious Buddhist book called H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III.

    
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Dr. Judy S. Lu, Director of the Asian Branch of the Library of Congress accepted the book from the Venerable Dharma Teacher Long Hui, president of the IBSA. According to the Venerable Long Hui, the publication of this precious book H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III announces to the entire world the news that a true Buddha has descended into the world. This incarnated Buddha is Dorje Chang Buddha (aka Buddha Vajradhara), who is the primordial and highest Buddha according to the lineage charts of all Buddhist sects. The entire name of this Buddha is H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Holiest Tathagata Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu. More than fifty of the world's highest great dharma kings, rinpoches, and other persons of holy virtue have recognized or congratulated His Holiness as being the true incarnation of Dorje Chang Buddha. Those recognitions were made in accordance with the standard rituals of Buddhism by which such an identity is recognized. No other person in history has received so many recognitions from people of such high status.

The publication of this book reveals that H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Holiest Tathagata Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu is H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee, who now resides in the United States. People around the world know H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee as a Buddhist Master who is completely proficient in exoteric and esoteric Buddhism and who has perfect mastery of the Five Vidyas. Before His Holiness was recognized as the incarnation of Dorje Chang Buddha according to the rituals of Buddhism, Buddhists called him a great Dharma King because of his vast talents. They never imagined at that time that His Holiness is the true incarnation of a Buddha in this world. Actually, the status of His Holiness was already entered into the Congressional Record earlier.

H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee has been teaching and edifying people for several decades. In the past, His Holiness used the names "Anonymous Practitioner," "Ordinary Cultivator," and "Servant of Living Beings" to refer to himself. His Holiness has never called himself a Buddha. His Holiness has severely dealt with those so-called "eminent monastics and greatly virtuous ones" who claimed to have attained realization when in fact they had not. His Holiness has even more severely berated those disciples who are ordinary people yet claimed to be holy ones. Great karmic conditions have now matured in Buddhism that are of benefit to living beings. In accordance with these karmic conditions, holy and virtuous dharma kings, regent dharma kings, and great rinpoches of various Buddhist sects have announced the true identity of His Holiness.

The book presentation ceremony took place in the Member's Room of the Library of Congress, which is reserved for the use of congresspersons, at the request of the late chairman of the House Foreign Relations Committee, Hon. Tom Lantos. The ceremony was hosted by the Library of Congress and the International Buddhism Sangha Association. Among the honored guests who attended were congressional representatives, including Republican Congresswoman Hon. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, ranking member of Foreign Affairs Committee, ambassadors from the United Nations, ambassadors from the Americas diplomatic corps, and the Chief of Protocol of the Organization of American States. Also in attendance were dharma kings, rinpoches, and dharma teachers from around the world who belong to a wide variety of Buddhist sects, such as the Sakya, Nyingma, Geluk, Kagyu, Kadampa, Jonang, Chod, exoteric, Zen, and Pure Land sects.

H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III did not attend that grand ceremony. H.E. Denma Tsemang Great Dedengba II Longzhi Tanpe Nyima Rinoche, who is the person responsible for arranging audiences with H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, said that His Holiness was in retreat praying for world peace and for the safety and well-being of all living beings. That is why His Holiness was unable to attend that grand ceremony.

Famous incarnations of extremely holy Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, all of whom are of the highest order in Buddhism today, have recognized or congratulated H.H. Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu Holiest Tathagata as being the true incarnation of Dorje Chang Buddha, the primordial sambhogakaya Buddha. Those who issued recognitions or congratulations include H.H. Dharma King Sakya Trizin, the supreme leader of the Sakya sect; H.H. Dharma King Dodrupchen IV, the sole holder of the complete Longchen Nying-thik dharma; H.H. Dharma King Penor, the third person to hold the position of supreme dharma king of the Nyingma sect; H.H. Dharma King Omniscience Jamyang Lungdok Gyaltsen of the Nyingma sect; H.H. Dharma King Jigme Dorje, the supreme leader of the Jonang sect; H.H. Dharma King Taklung Tsetrul of the Northern Treasure lineage within the Nyingma sect; H.E. Dharma King Trulshik, who is a personal master of H.H. Dalai Lama; H.H. Dharma King Jigdal Dagchen of the Sakya sect; H.E. Dharma King Tsharpa of the Sakya sect, who was also a personal master of the Dalai Lama; H.E. Regent Dharma King Shamarpa of the Kagyu sect; H.E. Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche of the Kagyu sect, a regent dharma king and National Master; H.E. Dharma King Ngagwang Pedma Namgyal Palzangpo of the Jonang sect; H.E. Dharma King Xiazhu Qiuyang of the Geluk sect; H.E. Dharma King Rabjam of the Shechen Monasteries; H.E. Dzogchen Dharma Kings of the Dzogchen Monasteries; H.E. Dharma King Renzeng Nima, the master of Nian Long Rinpoche and dakini Dari Lamao; H.E. Urgyen Xirao Woxiu, the incarnation of Urgyen Lingpa, who was a great Dedengba; Venerable Yundeng Jiangcuo Rinpoche, the incarnation of Patriarch Milarepa; H.E. Khenchen Rinpoche of the Mindrolling Monastery; H.E. Khandro Rinpoche, the incarnation of holy mother Yeshe Tsogyal; H.E. Ganor Rinpoche; H.E. Dharma King Renqing Rongbo Barongbo, an eastern Tibetan dharma king; H.E. Green Jewel Crown Karmapa Dharma King; H.E. Tangtong Gyalpo Rinpoche, a famous figure of great holiness and virtue in Tibetan esoteric Buddhism; the Qinghai Kumbum Monastery, which was the monastery of Master Tsongkhapa; the Mindrolling Monastery of the Nyingma sect; and many others. All of these highest-level dharma kings, rinpoches, and monasteries of various Buddhist sects have recognized or congratulated H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee for being the true incarnation of Dorje Chang Buddha, for being H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, and for having a level of realization and accomplishment unmatched by anyone else in history.

During his speech, H.E. Denma Tsemang II Longzhi Tanpe Nyima Rinpoche offered silk scarves to the precious book H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III. He in essence said the following in part of his speech: The founder of Buddhism in our earthly world is Sakyamuni Buddha. Dorje Chang Buddha is the first sambhogakaya Buddha in the universe with form and is the highest leader of Buddhism in the universe. Amitabha Buddha, who people know of, was a disciple of Dorje Chang Buddha. Dorje Chang Buddha also transformed into Dipamkara Buddha, who taught Buddha-dharma to Sakyamuni Buddha. Thus, Dorje Chang Buddha is called the primordial sambhogakaya Buddha in the universe. If Dorje Chang Buddha did not exist in the universe, there would be no Buddha-dharma, there would be no Buddhas, and of course there would be no Buddhism or Buddhist disciples. Thus, H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is naturally the highest leader of Buddhism. The book H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is the most complete and magnificent Buddhist book in the recorded history of earth.

Master Long Hui of the International Buddhism Sangha Association said during her speech: Because H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Wan Ko Yeshe Norbu is the true incarnation of the primordial Buddha, the wisdom of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is higher than that of any other Buddha. His Holiness has the same status in Buddhism as the Pope has in Catholicism. The accomplishment of His Holiness in the dharma is higher than that of all others in the universe. That is why the accomplishments that His Holiness manifests in this world are unique. The book uses pictures and text to record numerous magnificent accomplishments of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III. These accomplishments are backed up by irrefutable facts. The contents of the book will benefit countless living beings. Because the level of enlightenment of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III is higher than that of any other Buddha, His Holiness can transmit a Buddha-dharma that causes the disciple who receives it to attain enlightenment and liberation within two hours. It is the fastest Buddha-dharma practice whereby a disciple can enter and leave a Buddha-land at will.

Those Buddhists of holy virtue who were fortunate to have attended the book presentation ceremony were very astounded and moved at what they heard about this Buddha who has descended into the world.

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vertical line Would get a better pr firm thou..Always should be some more to top, like should started with "master of the galaxy" or something.. Maybe increase spending?
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Very Ignorant Now Claiming Enlightenment Need Two-hours Liberating Individual Nowhere.

Do not cling to your beliefs.

O Bhikkus, even this view

(Teachings of the Buddha)

Which is so pure and so clear,

If you cling to it,

If you fondle it,

If you trreasure it,

If you are attached to it,

Then you do not understand

That the teaching is similiar to a raft,

Which is for crossing over  and

Not for getting hold of.

- Buddha

With Metta

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

We are all too limited.  Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  Just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something big in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

We are all too limited.  Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  Just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something big in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

We are all too limited.  Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  Just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something big in Buddism history.

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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

We are all too limited.  Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  Just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something big in Buddism history.

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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you?  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you?  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth. 

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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Buddha should have stayed at home. He at least understood that he was no liberator, nor an messiah. Why the hell do you think he specified to let go of his teaching? You go with you`re "God" or whatever he wants to be. Hope he exhibits some miracle powers or whatever you expect, personally I hope he`s not. That would just be freakish IMO.
Now run slave, go to master!
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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth.

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth.

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

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Quote: "Oh dear. How sad. Which one of the inner circle is you?"
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No mean to offend, but everyone is inner circle of some sort.  And everyone is trying to step out the inner circle in order to reach the truth.

As a Buddist, we all know we are so small comparing to Buddha. (Unless you are truly liberated from the circle of birth and Death).  That is why we try very hard to cultivate ourself to become enlightment as Buddha do.

Don't prejudge with limited information you have or what other people say.  How about just keep your mind open and let the time make the judgement for you.  It won't be the end of the story if this is really something in Buddism history.

Voicing Indulgence. No Cessation . Enlights Not. Teacher Leading Individual Nowhere

Abiding in the midst of ignorance, thinking themselves wise and learned, fools go aimlessly hither and thither, like blind led by the blind.

This commitment which you speak of extends through many lifetimes. It won't be the end of the story so long  as you have this open mind and judgement.

May you find truth in this fathom long body.

With Metta

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Very Ignorant Now Claiming Enlightenment Need Two-hours Liberating Individual Nowhere.

Do not cling to your beliefs.

O Bhikkus, even this view

(Teachings of the Buddha)

Which is so pure and so clear,

If you cling to it,

If you fondle it,

If you trreasure it,

If you are attached to it,

Then you do not understand

That the teaching is similiar to a raft,

Which is for crossing over  and

Not for getting hold of.

- Buddha

With Metta

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do you become the raft? I cannot hold anything that is of myself...can I ? 

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Very Ignorant Now Claiming Enlightenment Need Two-hours Liberating Individual Nowhere.

Do not cling to your beliefs.

O Bhikkus, even this view

(Teachings of the Buddha)

Which is so pure and so clear,

If you cling to it,

If you fondle it,

If you trreasure it,

If you are attached to it,

Then you do not understand

That the teaching is similiar to a raft,

Which is for crossing over  and

Not for getting hold of.

- Buddha

With Metta

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do you become the raft? I cannot hold anything that is of myself...can I ? 

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Lovely You Need No-Self .One Have

to understand that we created our own raft ,just as we created our own world, heaven, hell or western paradise. When crossing over, there should be no raft and no self. There is no permanent nature, not even master of our own destiny or captain of our soul. We create this world out of our own ignorance.

With Metta

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I used to say this

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Very Ignorant Now Claiming Enlightenment Need Two-hours Liberating Individual Nowhere.

Do not cling to your beliefs.

O Bhikkus, even this view

(Teachings of the Buddha)

Which is so pure and so clear,

If you cling to it,

If you fondle it,

If you trreasure it,

If you are attached to it,

Then you do not understand

That the teaching is similiar to a raft,

Which is for crossing over  and

Not for getting hold of.

- Buddha

With Metta

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do you become the raft? I cannot hold anything that is of myself...can I ? 

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Lovely You Need No-Self .One Have

to understand that we created our own raft ,just as we created our own world, heaven, hell or western paradise. When crossing over, there should be no raft and no self. There is no permanent nature, not even master of our own destiny or captain of our soul. We create this world out of our own ignorance.

With Metta

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our own?

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our own?

When Our Own Delusion Slave-to Mind And Nama

which are feelings, perceptions and mental states.

With Metta

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Quote: "My interests shift so quickly.

It's as if I'm living as some forgotten person, that is just alive in vague memories, looking into the eyes, that have seen it pass by.
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This and this?

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Quote: "My interests shift so quickly.

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   "yeahhhhhhhhhhh" he said as if right into my ear ... but long ago already

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