2600 years ago, the Prince Siddhartha renounced his worldly life to search for the ultimate solution to human sufferings. After six years, he finally reached enlightenment and found the way. The teachings he gave from there on led to what we call “Buddhism.”
The enlightened quality and knowledge were passed on from generation to generation, from the Buddha to our teacher. The Nyingma Buddhist lineage traced back to Padmasambhava is one of the greatest lineages available in our time.
One of Yingrik Drubpa Rinpoche’s main masters, Lama Tenpé Wangchuk has reached profound levels of realization, and had uncovered and written many terma teachings. He passed away in 2014 and left us huge precious legacies.
Yingrik Drubpa Rinpoche was born in Golok, Tibet, received traditional Tibetan Buddhist training and education, and holds several Buddhist lineages. He is dedicated to benefiting modern people through long-lasting wisdom from Buddhism.