Major articles that relate to H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, His teachings, His disciples, and others associated with the Vajrasana Temple will be posted here along with articles that relate to the teachings of the Buddha, both from ancient and modern times. In another section of this website, Zhaxi Zhuoma Rinpoche also reports on many holy manifestations that she had personally witnessed, experienced, or knew those who had seen them.

 

Reversing Old-Age to Return to Youth

United International World Buddhism Association Headquarters provides a transcript of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III’s speech on photos taken when He transformed from an aged appearance to that of a youth.

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Teaching from Noble Wang Zha Shang Zun

Zhaxi Zhuoma was most fortunate to have a chance to pay her respects to the noble Wang Zha Shang Zun and receive a most wonderful teaching from him. Because of his great compassion and mercy in giving her his wisdom concerning an important dharma matter, she now has a deeper understanding and appreciation for the dharma that she practices and her cultivation. She would like to share this truth with others. She wants to share the good news and benefit and let more people know the greatness and inconceivable virtue of Wang Zha Shang Zun. She said, “Of course, I am not capable of using words to express the supremacy of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III, who is both Wang Zha Shang Zun’s and my master. The most holy Wang Zha Shang Zun is truly great. His profound wisdom, humility, and kindness serve as an example for us all!  Amitabha!”

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Holy Monk Yin Hai Only Did One Thing

A holy virtuous one gives a discourse on Elder Holy Monk Yin Hai entering Nirvana and the miraculous transformation that took place. It also provides background on the Buddha School.

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True Story Behind the Persecution of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III

Read the extensive Taiwan Times  article describing the facts behind the defamation and persecution of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha in China and know the reasons why the identities of those behind this matter were not revealed sooner.

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Rebuttal to Article Defaming H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III

Read English translation of the lengthy rebuttal to a slanderous attack on His Holiness that was published in the Asian Newsweek in 2014 in response to an article in the Chinese Phoenix Weekly. It contains an excellent assessment of who was behind this attack and why they are so threatened by the Buddha.

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H.H.Dorje Chang Buddha III Is Living in America

The speech given on a journey a disciple took to introduce H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III to all Fifty States.

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Who Is H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III?

Disciple Zhaxi Zhuoma responded to an internet query asking what Buddha is considered the Buddha of this current era and how does H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III relate to Shakyamuni Buddha. This is her answer.

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Supernormal Powers in Buddhism

H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha provides His views on supernormal powers.

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Five Key Points about the Buddhist Spiritual Leader 

Buddhism is among the largest religions in this world. The original founder of Buddhism and the religion’s highest spiritual leader in the universe is Dorje Chang Buddha. He is worshiped by all major sects and schools of Buddhism as the earliest primordial Buddha.

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Modern Science and the Teachings of the Buddha

There are many evolving fields in biology, neuroscience, and other fields of modern science that are discovering scientific evidence of what the Buddha taught in regards to our inner potential including our development of compassion and bodhichitta.

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Poem by Ding Ji Xu

Ding Ji Xu, wrote a poem on his experience at a retreat/seminar held at the Holy Vajrasana Temple and retreat Center to study how we should apply the “Seven Dharma” system of listening to discourses to our cultivation.

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Nectar

Article from True Stories about a Holy Monk on just what is holy nectar, why it is important in Buddhism, and how it is obtained and links to other articles on nectar including information on the nectar ceremony held in America in 2000.

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Understanding Buddhism Among Political Distractions

Lately, there is a renewed focus on the future of Buddhism, one of the world’s largest and most respected religions. Unfortunately, this attention tends to follow common themes revolving around the aging Dalai Lama and China’s ruling of Tibet, subjects which barely illuminate contemporary Buddhism.

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$16.5 million for a painting by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Breaks Record

H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III painting, titled Ink Lotus, sold at New York auction for $16.5 million on March 22, 2015. while a second painting, Loquat, sold for $10.2 million in September.

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Asia Week New York: Creating a New Cultural Touchstone

Steve Meyers reports on Asian art markets and where H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha’s masterpiece, Ink Lotus, fits in.

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Achieving the Rainbow Body

This is the fascinating story of Khenchen Tsewang Rigdzin flying away from his Chinese captors in 1958. There are links to others including Father Francis V. Tiso, a Catholic priest who has just published a book on Khenpo A Cho, who attained the rainbow body and left this world in 1998. Though this level of attainment is rare in modern times, over 100,000 cases were recorded at just one monastery–Kathok, in what was eastern Tibet. Achievement of the Rainbow Body State in this life through the Xianliang Great Perfection Dharma is discussed under the Supreme and Unsurpassable Mahamudra of Liberation transmitted by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III.

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On Forbearance & Seeing the Buddha Transform

Disciple Zhaxi Zhuoma gave this account of seeing her Buddha Master transform from old and battered to normal and her reflection on the Buddha’s teaching on forbearance at the H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Grand Dharma Assembly in Hong Kong in 2014.

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H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha Responds to Questions Raised by Followers of Palden Lodoe Hsi Jao Ken Teng

Article provides insight into the nature of true compassion and the laws of causality. It also provides the nature and results of true repentance and how a close disciple of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III was rescued from the hell realms. Developing great spiritual power and doing very meritorious deeds to help living beings cannot offset failure to properly cultivate oneself.

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Manifestation of the Body of a Saint

Article by Zhaxi Zhuoma Rinpoche on receiving a magnificent dharma from The Supreme and Unsurpassable Mahamudra of Liberation.

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Successful Tummo Practice and the Making of Medicine Pills

Disciple Xiangge Qiongwa reports on the making of the Daba Buqiong and Kazhuo Ande Pills from the practice of tummo dharma as transmitted from the Supreme and Unsurpassable Mahamudra of Liberation.


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Ultimate Bathing of the Buddha Ceremony Held in Los Angeles

In 2004 on the birthday of Shakyamuni Buddha, H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III conducted the Ultimate Bathing of the Buddha Ceremony in the Los Angeles area to prove that the true Buddha-dharma had arrived in America.


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Dharma-ending Age

How do we know we are in the Dharma-ending age? What does that mean and what can we do about it?

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Does Buddhism Have a Primordial Buddha? Who Practices Supernatural Powers?

Essay by Gong Buo that reveals and explains the state of Buddhism in the world today and why demonstrating true Buddha-dharma powers is important. People who practice supernormal powers do not necessarily belong to cults.

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Elder Monk Yi Zhao

After the June 2000 Buddhas Bestow Nectar Assembly in the USA, Rinzai Zen Monk Yi Zhao who was abbot of the Chuk Lam Sim Monastery in Hong Kong, gave the following interview:

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The Dual Character of Buddhist Theories

Lazhen explains that there are two sects in the world today; one that holds correct theory and understanding, but because they have lost so much of their dharma can no longer exhibit any realization power and the other that also hold correct theory and understanding, but still have the ability to demonstrate the power of the Buddha-dharma like they could in earlier times. With the passing of the last great ones who trained in old Tibet, there are very few in the second category and those in the first group tend to discredit those in the second.

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Did Shakyamuni Buddha Invent the Concept of Conditional Causation along with the Emptiness of Self-Nature?

Gong Buo refutes this concept along with the simplistic notion that Buddha-dharma is merely the wisdom of prajna.

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The Parable of the Evil Snake

Chen Yigu provides a parable about an evil snake on a peaceful island of beautiful birds and how to deal with those who destroy living beings’s precious opportunities to learn Buddhism.

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Visit to Elder Dharma King Dorje Losang

In 1997 a reporter is able to pay a visit to the accomplished dharma king in a remote cave located between two cliffs in rural China and receive a miraculous healing. The article includes links to more about this famous disciple of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III who left this world in 2004.

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H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Gives Proof that the Buddha-Dharma Exists in This World

A flock of birds do a beautiful dance in Mexico as predicted by the Buddha.

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The Five Vidyas

The five major vidyas–the silpakarmasthanavidya (craftsmanship vidya), the cikitsvidya (healing vidya), the sabdavidya (sound vidya), the hetuvidya (causality or Buddhist logic vidya), and the adhyatmavidya (inner realization vidya)–are ancient Sanskrit concepts, but what do they mean in terms of understanding Buddhism?

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Supernatural Events That Occurred During Transmission of Cultivation Dharma

Disciple reports on what happened when H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III gives dharma discourse on cultivation.

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Democracy in Buddhism

These excerpts from a letter from Lama Tharchin Rinpoche (1936-2013) written to the Vajrayana Foundation Sangha on June 1999  to dispel the serious misunderstanding of Dungsé Thinley Norbu (1931-2011) Rinpoche’s interview featured in the Fall 1998 Tricycle are especially useful to western students who are trying to understand the essence of the Buddha-dharma within the context of Western culture.

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Shariria and Relics

Article from the Asian Journal on the different types of sharira and relics and who leaves them.

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