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"Conquer the angry man by love.
Conquer the ill-natured man by goodness.
Conquer the miser with generosity.
Conquer the liar with truth."
The Dhammapada

Seventh Throne Holder

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The Seventh Lineage Throne Holder: Lhatse Jampal

Lhatse Jampal was born in the Lhatse Gyang-ra family. At eight years old, he generated renunciation and became a Buddhist. He then practised the Four Foundations Practice, and learnt all the teachings of the Palyul lineage.

At the age of fifteen, he presided over the Vajrakilaya Grand Puja, and entered into the three years three months retreat in the retreat centre, perfectly mastered the Guhyagarbha Tantra, the mind series three classes of tantra, etc Nyingma teachings. As he was able to remember the essence of the Dharma learnt in previous lives, thus, he can attain the sign of perfection quickly and easily, and able to teaching the Dharma according to his disciples’ capacities.

At thirty years old, he ascended to the lineage throne of Lhatse Monastery, and propagated the karma (oral transmission) and terma (hidden treasures) teachings. He also perfectly managed the retreat centre. At that time nearby Lhatse Monastery there was a local leader of the Throkyab area called Tshenwang Namkha passed away. The local residents invited Lhatse Jampal to conduct puja for the decease and they offered him horse, cows, and one thousand kind of precious things. Lhatse Jampal refused to accept and advised the local leader to exempt the taxation for the resdients of the six villages of Lhatse and this was accepted by the local leader. Lhatse Jampal entered parinirvana at the age of sixty-nine.